In the matter of the estate of CAPTAIN JOHN PACKARD of Hounsfield, Jefferson Co., NY:
AMOS ROOT one of the Administrators of the estate, swore on 23 Oct. 1807 in surrogate court, that he had discharged all of the personal estate of the said John Packard and his personal estate was not sufficient to discharge all of the debts. At the time of his decease, John Packard owned land in Hounsfield. In an inventory completed on 26 November 1806, by AMOS and SARAH ROOT, there were several notes that were not collectable:
Note against MARTIN ROBERTS in 1800
Note against CHARLES WHITCOMB in 1797
Note against ISAAC COLLINS in 1803
Note against SAMUEL SMITH dated 4 July 1795
Note against JONATHAN BRISS on 17 August 1802
Note against JAMES KANNA in 1804
Note against HENRY/ WALL
Note against ALLEN PACKARD on 6 May 1791
Note against J. PACKARD on 5 May 1791
NOTE: Amos and Sarah Root again appeared in court on 28 March 1807 and testified that the inventory was complete.
His list of debts were owed to:
LEMUEL HORN? Of Champion
NOTE: Within the grantee deeds of Jefferson Co., there is an entry for JOHN PACKARD as the grantor and the grantee CHAMPION & STORRS in 1807. The property that John owned was probably sold to satisfy his debts.
Information contributed by volunteer Marilyn Sapienza.
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