Perry County, Alabama Estate Papers

John Y. Jackson, Sr. Payments from Estate - 1856-1858

By J. Hugh LeBaron, HLebaron@aol.com


Payments Made From the Estate of John Y. Jackson

1855      Paid Norris & Ware   7 pair Russets              1.50   10.50
                               3 pair Russets              1.40    4.20
                               3 pair Russets              1.20    3.60
                               3 pair Brogans              1.50    4.50
                               One saddle blanket for JYJ  1.00    1.00
                               1 pair small brogans        0.75    0.75
                               30 lbs. Candles @ 35               10.50
                               l box tea                           1.25
                               Cord & Tassel for Molly              .50       36.80

          Paid to various persons

1855      Paid to A. P. Johnson, ferriage                         14.00
          Paid to Livingston, Blacksmith account                  14.25
          Paid Dr. Smith, medical account                         12.50
          Paid Boothe & Mosley for lumber                         80.65
Jun 21    Paid Hayns on Land                                     100.00
          Huggins & Goldsby, JYJs account                         15.50
          Paid to Central Ware ____ for bagging and rope           9.75
          Paid Alabama State sentinel                              5.00
          Paid Johnson & Steel for groceries                      22.27
          Paid J. K. Goodwin for two kegs of nails                14.00
          Paid to Appisen for overseeing                          18.25      306.17
1856      Paid to Denis for groceries                             15.60
          Paid to W. M. Ford for groceries                       103.09
          Paid J. K. Goodwin                                      28.87
          Paid M. A. Cathey                                        4.37
          Paid Dennis Groceries                                   36.80
          Cash loaned for learning to make iron steel              5.00
          Paid O. E. Taylor for Negro hire                        55.00
          Paid H. Harrell for Negro hire                          15.00
          Paid J. K. Goodwin for hoes                              2.90
          Paid Gr Howard for overseeing                            9.50
          Paid W. M. Ford for groceries                           22.50
          Paid W. M. Ford for groceries                          163.50
          Paid Hog driver                                          2.50
1856      Six pounds of sugar                                       .90
          Paid Robert Mosley for wheat                             1.25
          Paid O. F. Jones for oats                                4.86
          Paid C. C. Crocker for lumber                           20.50
          Paid Sind & Tucker for _________                         3.75
          Paid Mrs. Harrill for meat                               5.85
          Paid Tucker for overseeing                             104.00
          Paid Postage for JYJ                                      .65
          Paid Lock for _________________'s boat                    .65       39.57
1858      Paid W. E. Wood, blacksmith                              2.00
          Paid Barclay & Robinson, groceries                      25.50
          Paid J. K. Goodwin, iron nails and cusey clamps          2.30
          Paid H. M. Ford, groceries                              73.62
          Paid Harrel & Boothe, groceries                         10.61
          Paid Barclay & Robinson, groceries                      34.50
          Paid H. M. Ford, groceries                              59.24
          Paid _________, groceries                               34.50
          Cost of _______________ to house                       163.07
          Paid for two lard cans                                   5.50
          Paid 12 tin buckets                                      2.50      419.79
          Paid Old Charles for collars                             1.60
          Mrs. Harrel for Negro hire                             100.00
          Paid W. E. Ivey for Negro hire                         110.00
1857
Jan 1     McClure, Thame & Johnson                                17.60
Jan 3     O. H. Perry for shoes                                    1.65
Jan 12    Sundry accounts in Hamburg                               5.25
Jan 14    Paid N. Locket for brick mason                          10.00
Jan 20    Paid Dr. Robbins for carpenter                           2.30
Jan 27    Paid Watkin for seed corn                                2.60
Feb 7     C. A. Blunt for boots for Johnson                        2.50
Feb 18    Mosley for Oats                                          9.37
Feb 18    Moseley for beef                                         8.88
Mar 10    Paid John Robbins for axes                               3.50
Aug 11    William Howell for overseeing                            51.27     332.32
1858
Jun       To Robert Mosley for 50 lbs of beef @ 5                  2.59
          To H. Graham 42_________    5                            2.10
          To H. Graham 52             6                            3.12
          _____         20 lbs of Lard  18 3/4                     3.75
          _____         20 Ext bacon 18 3/4                        3.75
Jan 26    Cash paid for fifth chair                                1.75
Feb 25    Excursion to Mobile                                     25.00
Feb 20    Paid C____ _____________ J. Y. Jackson                  29.00
Mar 24    Paid Wyatt & Fowlkes for 1 pair men's boots              4.00
Mar 29    Paid Tucker                                              4.00
Mar 10    Paid C. C. Crocker on note for lumber                   38.00
Mar 10    Paid Tucker up to June 1858                             84.00
Apr 5     Paid John Y. Jackson to pay Nelms for Tucker             4.75
          Paid Tucker for shoes                                    2.25
Aug 31    Paid for 3 lbs. of tobacco to Tucker at 6                2.25
Nov       Loaned JYJ to pay Donages for ferriage                   5.00
Dec 18    Giles and Charles for collars                            2.10
Dec 19    J. T. Pack for blacksmith                                3.00      215.36
                                                                            1914.34

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