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361. 1846, Wythe County, VA
The court proceeded to elect a constable in room of Jacob M. Harrell, deceased, when William T. Bell was declared to be a candidate. He received the majority of the votes and was duly elected constable for the 1st District. He gave bond.
362. 1846, Wythe County, VA
Martha Harrell, widow of Jacob Harrell, deceased, declined to administer the estate in favor of Robert Jackson. Ordered that Abraham Painter, Robert Porter, Lee Nuckolls, George Kincannon and William M. Chatwell, or any three, appraise the estate.
363. 1847, Wythe County, VA
The will of Isabella Feely was again presented and being partially proved it was noted that the other witness to the will, Jacob M. Harrell, had departed this life, but his handwriting was proved by William M. Chatwell, Esquire, and the will was ordered to be recorded.
364. 1853, Wythe County, VA
April 11, 1853; Will Book 8, pp. 59, 60; inventory and appraisal of the property of Jacob M. Harrell, deceased, on 7 Nov 1846 by Geo. Kincanon, Lee Nuckolls, Wm. Chatwell, and A. Painter; recorded 11 Apr 1853; original inventory and appraisal found at Courthouse.
365. 1853, Wythe County, VA
April 11, 1853; Will Book 8, pp. 61, 62; sale of the personal property of Jacob Harrell, deceased, on 7 Nov 1846; recorded 11 Apr 1853; original sale found at Courthouse.
366. 1858, Caldwell County, KY
Monday, February 15th 1858–This day Jesse Stevens Jr., Zadok Stevens and Reuben G. McCaslin came into court and made oath that Winnafred Harrald (widow of William Harrald) who was a pensioner of the United States, died at her residence in this county on the 17th day of December 1856 leaving as her legal heirs and representatives John Harrald, William Harrald, Reuben Harrald, Polly McCaslin, Rebecca Williams and Polly Ann Stevens, her grand-daughter child of Harriet Stevens. And James C. (?) Weller being sworn at the same time stated that Mrs. Winnafred Harrald was a pensioner of the United States at the time of her death, as he did her business up to the time of her death, as proven above, all of which is ordered to be copied and certified to the proper department.