Note: MICAJAH MAYO 578 Micajah Mayo: Year's provisions alloted to the widow Nancy Mayo, July 31, 1821. petition (Nov., 1821) for division, stating the dec'd. died in Novemeber, 1820 leaving the following heirs: 1. the widow Nancy Mayo, 2. Tempy Mayo, a minor with Nancy Mayo, gdn. 3. Harriett P. Mayo, a minor with Nancy Mayo, gdn. 4. Lucretia Ann Mayo, a minor with Nancy Mayo, gdn. 5. Winfield D. Staton and wife Jullia 6. Joseph J. Pippen and Talitha his wife, 7. Mary W. Mayo 8. Micajah Mayo 9. Kinchen Mayo 10. Thomas May, the last four being minors with Kenneth C. Staton their gdn. Petiton (Aug., 1826) for division of slaves by Kinchen Mayo and Thomas Mayo, orphans of Micajah Mayo, dec'd. MAYO, MICAJAH, inventory taken by JNO. W. MAYO and JOS. JNO. PIPPEN, admrs., March 27, 1821, May Ct. 1821. Accounts of sales held March 27 and 28, 1821. Hire of negroes for the year 1821, May Ct. 1821. Inventory of personal property taken by the admrs. included the names and ages of many negroes as well as many notes due the estate, Aug. Ct. 1821. Division of negroes by commissioners among the heirs, namely: (1) the widow, NANCY MAYO; (2) WINDFIELD D. STATON in right of his wife, JULIA; (3)JOSEPH J. PIPPIN in right of his wife, TABITHA; (4) MARY W. MAYO; (5) (6) AND (7)MICAJAH MAYO, KINCHEN MAYO, AND THOMAS MAYO, MINORS: (8) (9) and 10)TEMPERANCE MAYO; HARRIETT MAYO, AND LUCRETIA A. MAYO, minors, Dec. 25, 1821, Feb. Ct. 1822. Account of large sale held 31 Jul 1821 and days following by the admrs. NANCY MAYO and JOSEPH JOHN PIPPIN were the principal buyers. KENETH C. STATON bought as guardian for MICAJAH, KINCHEN, AND THOMAS MAYO. WINDFIEDLD D. STATON bought a Bible. Additional sale held March 23, 1822. Account current with the admrs. began March 7, 1821. An account was paid for travelling to and from Murfreesborough. Audit and settlement of account, Aug. Ct. 1822. Division of negroes among MICAJAH MAYO, KINCHEN MAYO, AND THOMAS MAYO, Dec. 27, 1824, Feb. Ct. 1825. Division of negroes between two of the ophans, viz., KINCHEN MAYO and THOMAS MAYO, Sept. 16, 1826, Nov. Ct. 1826. Source: Jesse Macon Lawrence, Jr., Rootsweb.com
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