Nathaniel, a man of color v. George W. Coons
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Louis A BenoistLouis A Benoist 2nd April 1840 84.00
Louis A BenoistLouis A Benoist '' '' '' 109.43 3/4
Charles Mullikin 25th September '' 10.48
James V PratherJames V Prather 28th '' '' appeal pending 240.00
John & WilliamWilliam Henderson 9 June 1841 Judgment in St Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court 1515.13
President M. Planters Bank 18th September 1841 Judgment in St LouisSt Louis Court of Common Pleas 1430.86
MississippiMississippi use of Jno F Darby
RobertRobert Strong
9 December '' 1545.15
Hayword Boyette 16 June 1842 $ 3631.73 441.32
$ 1986.47

Dr George W CoonsGeorge W Coons Administrator In account current with the Estate of MiltonMilton Duty Deceased

1839 June Term To cash on hands as per Inventory 94.18
'' Received on sale bill of EvansEvans & DoughertyDougherty 81.06
'' Received for hire of negro Girl NellyNelly 10.00
'' '' Hire of Negro boy HarryHarry 6.00
armaex â '' Received for 6 months hire of negroes from John R. Reily 105.00
'' from J C Saveille $51 from R. J. CurleJ Curle $ 49.50 100.50
'' for 6 months hire of negroes from R. Duncan 72.00
'' from C DubreuilDubreuil $ 42 from S Dubreuil $ 111 153.00
'' for 6 months hire of negroes from E. B. Schneidler 63.00
'' for H. Gallagher $ 240 from W. Myers $ 90 330.00
'' for 6 months hire of Negroes from D. Wetmore 50.0
'' cash on account of sale of J Tregaskis J. Andrews security 20.00
'' amount of note of Gaines Duty for personal property (see sale bill) 281.50
''do J Fregaskis, I, AndrewsAndrews security 13.00
'' J. S Grafts bill allowed on account see sale bill 14.56
'' Note of S Wetmore for negro hire due 24th Aug 1839 256.00
'' note John I Gill $ 180 J. P. Reily $ 105 J G LaveilleLaveille $ 51 336.00
'' note R. J. Gurle $49.50 - R Duncan $ 72- C. B. Dubreuil $ 42 163.50
'' L. Dubreuil $ 111 - E. B. Schneidler $ 63 - H. Gallgher $ 240- 414.00
'' '' H. Myers $ 90- I. D. Hall & B. W. Ayres $ 145.33 235.33
'' '' SmithSmith , Brothers & Co 121.00
'' Amount of NotesNotes as per Inventory 7410.85
'' Twenty Six slaves, men, women & children & Inventory 7725.00
$ 18055.48

1839 June Term By Cash paid I Berk, No 1 $6.00
'' '' S. B. Wiggins No 2 $ 4 - F. Garrick No 3 $ 25- 29.00
'' '' E Endree No 4 5.00
'' paid Republican pointing office No 5 16.50
'' D. Coons account No 6 $ 86.16- J W WalshW Walsh No 7 $ 7.00 93.16
'' E B Schneidler No 8 $ 6.75 . J. W. WalshW Walsh No 9 $ 25.00 31.75
Allowed Administrator for commissions 187.52
Clerk's fees No 10 10.50
Amount of notes delivered Adm SmithSmith will as per receipt filed 1834.89
Amount of Receipt for notes returned as per Receipt of
Administrator with will & T filed (and as per Inventory)
7410.85
Receipt of Administrator with will & T for 26 slaves, men
Women & children who were appraised at
7725.00
By Balance paid to Administrator with will &
as per Receipt filed ''
705.31
$ 18055.48

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Dr W Coons. Administrator de bonis non with the will annexed in account current with the estate of MiltonMilton Duty Deceased @

1840 September Term To appraised Value of slaves as per inventory & receipt $ 7725.00
'' Cash Received from former Administrator 705.31
'' Amount of NotesNotes received from former Administrator 1834.81
''Amount of notes due in MississippiMississippi Recd from former Administrator 7410.85
'' Cash Received for hire of Negroes from 25th August 1839 to 25 August 1840 1173.87
'' Amount still due for hire from 25th August 1839 to 25th August 1840 1400.13
Amount of notes received for hire of Slaves from 25th August 1840 to 25th August 1841 2217.00
$ 22466.97
Order to pay 50 cents in dollars in 5' class
1840 September Term To Balance in hands of Administrator as per contra $ 21919.38
order to pay 40 cents in dollar 5'class
1841 September Term To Balance $ 19380.83

1840 September Term By cash paid appraisers no 1 $ 6.00 clerks fees no 2 $ 8.25 14.25
'' '' burying child of CarolineCaroline slave 8.00
'' paid servant attending CarolineCaroline in sickness 4.00
'' Amount of time lost by CarolineCaroline while sick 3 months at $ 6.50 19.50
Wetmore's bill for printing No 3 4.50
EvansEvans & DoughertyDougherty Auctioneers No 4 14.00
'' U. J. Austin Auctioneer No 5 $ 29.50- Jas B Walsh No 6 $ 10- 39.50
''Wetmore 6 month time lost by Sena (slave) sick 90.00
city taxes 1839 & 1840 No 8- 100.00
Cash paid for advertising hiring of slaves 25th August 1840 No 7 6.00
J. W. WalshW Walsh attending to Estate & his settlement 25.00
Common amt collected $ 3713.99 at 6 percent 222.84
Balance in hands of Administrator 21919.38
$ 22466.97
1841 September
Term
By cash paid Migginst Floorse Expenses No 1 $ 2.00
'' '' paid David CoonsDavid Coons allowed accounts No 2 2249.58
'' on his own account $ 1842-09 James WaltonJames Walton 23 $ 1865-09
SamuelSamuel Fernandez $ 110 M. W. Swings - $ 66.25 - 170.25
'' T. L Crafts $ 14.87 1/2 E English $ 1.87 16.75
DavidDavid Gentry's $ 187.50 - JamesJames Adams AdamsJames Adams $ 4 191.50
$ 2249.58
'' RobertRobert Steet on allowed act No 4 16.37
'' Henry ChouteauHenry Chouteau No 5 72.92
'' State County Taxes 1840 No 6 25.00
'' Clerk's fees No 7 8.76
'' Common on $ 2732.13 collected since last settlement 163.94
'' Balance in hands of Admr 19380.83
$ 21919.38

The foregoing Balance consists of Slaves for Inventory $7725-

notes uncollected 965

NotesNotes due in MississippiMississippi per Inventory $ 7410.85

cash 3279.98