ALBERT CARTER, 1834
Saybrook, Middlesex County, Conn. Probate Records
Vol. 9 1826 - 1830 and Vol. 10 1831 - 1838 (FHL Film #5532)
Vol. 11 1838 - 1844 and Vol. 12 1844 - 1852 (FHL Film #5533)
[Transcribed by Julia Marshall]
CARTER, Albert A.
Town of Saybrook, Conn. Probate Records Vol. 10 1831 - 1838
pp 202 Adm. App. & Lim.
Daniel Carter is appointed Administrator of all and Singular the goods, Chattel, Credits, and Estate of Albert A. Carter late of Killingworth, deceased, Gave bond according to Law.
Six months are limited and allowed the creditors to the Estate of Albert A. Carter late of Killingworth deceased in which to exhibit their claims to the Administrator or be debarred a recovery, and that all persons interested in said Estate may have notice thereof, said Administrator will cause this order to be published in some newspaper printed in New Haven and post a copy on the sign post in said Killingworth nearest to where said deceased last lived.
Asa Watrous, Charles Carter, and Silas Carter all disinterested free holders, are appointed to appraise the Estate Real & personal of Albert A Carter late of Killingworth deceased according to law being under oath.
pp 204 Order of sale (21 Dec 1833)
The Administrator of the Estate of Albert A. Carter late of Killingworth deceased is authorized and directed to sell the oxen and two Tons of hay belonging to said Estate at private sale for not less than inventory price or at public vendue after advertising the same.
pp 236 Order of sale (9 Jun 1834)
At a Court of Probate holden at Say Brook in and for the District of Say Brook on the 9th day of June 1834. Present Samuel Ingham Esq., Judge
The debts and charges allowed against the Estate of Albert A. Carter late of Killingworth deceased amounting to more than $375. & there being no personal property, the Administrator is, on his motion authorized and empowered to sell at public vendue after advertising the same, so much of the Real Estate of said deceased as will raise the sum of $375, To advertise in some newspaper printed in New Haven and also on the sign post in said Killingworth nearest to where said deceased last lived.
pp 237 Inventory (9 Jun 1834)
An Inventory of the Estate of Albert A. Carter late of Killingworth deceased.
House and Barn with the homestead containing fourteen acres more or less $340.00 1 pair of oxen 50.00, 1 Ton of upland hay 10.00, 2 Do Meadow hay 10.00, 1 Silver Watch 5.00, ----- including a quantity of new 11.00, Umbrella .75, Ax .50, 2 Iron squares .50, 14 lb cast steel, stone auger & chisel 2.10, Stone hammer with a box of keys & other apparatus 2.00, Sledge 1.00, 6 trowells 1.00, old Gun 1.00, 1 pr scales .25, 3 Books .40, Sheep shears .50, Tin box .25, Chest .80, Trunk .34, 30 Bushells of potatoes at 16 cents 4.80, Bushells (19) of ears of corn delivered to Aaron Kelsey $3.42, 3 Barrells of cider which David Wright had 2.62
Whole amount ………$448.23
The foregoing is an Inventory of the Estate of Albert A. Carter as made by us this day having been first qualified according to Law.
Killingworth Dec 6, 1834
Addition of property since found.
A note against James Spencer $13.00, A Note against Pierce Jones $5.37
Whole amount …………………$468.60
At the present Term of this Court, the foregoing Inventory was presented, accepted on oath, and ordered to be recorded.
pp 294 Notice to exhibit Adm. account
(didn't copy, usual wording)
pp 307 & 308 Adm. acct continued then accepted & allow (4 Aug 1834)
At the same term of this court the Settlement of the Administration account of the Administrator on the Estate of Albert A. Carter late of Killingworth deceased, is on his motion continued to next Monday the 11th instant at 9 o'clock A.M. at the Probate office in said Saybrook, of which all persons concerned will hereof take notice and appear and be heard in the premises if they see cause.
At a Court of Probate holden at Saybrook within and for the District of Saybrook on the 11 day of August 1834.
Present Obadiah Spencer Judge of said Court
The Administrator on the Estate of Albert A. Carter late of Killingworth deceased having presented his Administration account for adjustment and allowance on Monday the 4th instant, and by continuance has come to this time. This Court on due enquire finds that notice to present his said Administration account has been given agreeably to the order of this court. Whereupon, and having exhibited his said administration account amounting to $143.83
and credits for monies Collected - amounting to 25.17
which leaves a balance due from the Estate to the Administrator of $118.66 all which is accepted & allowed & ordered to be Kept on file.