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Daniel McMullan Information

John, Jr.'s son Daniel (mother was probably Jane Moore) did not leave a will, but there were estate papers. Daniel md. Mary W. Burton in 1833, Hancock Co., GA.
(Thanks to Beverly Adams and Gale Fuller).


The State of Mississippi : To Robert Greer, Arthur Slaughter &
Noxubee County : John S. Ratliff.
This is to authorize you jointly to appraise the goods chattels and personal estate of Daniel McMullen late of Noxubee County deceased so far as the same shall come to your sight and knowledge each of you first having taken the oath hereunto annexed a certificate whereof you are to return annexed to an inventory of the said goods and chattels and personal estate by you appraised in dollars and cents and in the said inventory you are to set down in a column or columns opposite to each artickle
(sic) the value thereof.
Witness Reuben Ruff Judge of the Probates Court of the county of Noxubee this the 4 day of December 1848.
C.G. Bowen, Clerk of Probates

This was followed by a list of inventory amounting to $5,753.87.

State of Miss :
Noxubee County : Personally appeared before me Jas. E.
Holt, an acting Justice of the Peace in and for said county, Mrs. Mary W. McMullan (sic) who made oath that she has rendered to the appraisers a true and faithfull list of all the goods and chattels belonging to the estate of Daniel McMullen (sic).
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 13 day of Dec. AD 1848.
James E. Holt :
Justice of the Peace : Mary W. McMullan
Wited (sic) the 1st day of January AD 1849
C.G. Bowen, Clerk
The foregoing Inventory of Appraisement was duly recorded this
the 16 day of March AD 1849. C.G. Bowen, Clerk

Found on page 815........List of Sale of Property of D.McMullan Dc'd.
Among those listed were Mary McMullan
James Ryan
R.N. Wier
Wm. Hibler
John Dew
Jonathan Brook
Benjn Henry
Andrew Allen
H.O Beasley
George W. Campbell
S.B. Greer
Jno Hardeman
Jno. Greer
J.P. Haynes
D. Brasfield
J.S. Ratliff
A. Slaughter

Mary McMullan purchased a majority of the household items, as well as some of the livestock. The list continued onto page 816, which also contained the report on the "Hire of Negroes for year 1849.
Benjn Henry, Rhoda $36
Hardy $20.50
Josiah Feruson, Lucy Ann $45'
Alsey Bell __?__ $5.00
Marty McMullan, Emily & child $3.00, Hariet & Heard 12 1/2
A list of note due:
James Barnes note due 1st of March 1846
Robert Greer note due 14th July 1848
Jno S. Ratliff note due 3 of May 1848

Page 814
Public Sale & Hire of Negroes
Will be sold on the 11th day of January 1849 at the house of Mrs M. McMullan known as the Anderson place all the perishable property of Daniel McMullan Dec'd consisting of corn fodder, Horses, open cattle, sheep, pork, & stock, hogs, household and kitchen furniture, farming implements. Terms on the day of sale. On that day also the plantion 100 acres of open land on Shuqualak will be rented out and all the negroes belonging to the estate will be hired out.
Mary McMullan Exr of Danl (sic) McMullan, dec'd

State of Miss :
Noxubee County : Personally appeared before me James E.
Holt an acting Justice of said county, Mary W. McMullan made oath that the within list is a just and true list of all the property sold at said sale. Sworn to & subscribed before me this 20 Febry 1849
James E. Holt : Mary W. McMullan
Justice of the Peace :
Filed the 28 day of February AD 1849. And was duly recorded the
31st day of July AD 1849. C.G. Bowen, Clerk

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