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Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, Orphans' Court Docket H:476-7, petition of Henry T. White to partition property of Samuel Ramsey, 18 April 1860; digital image, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1971-28785-12733-85? : accessed 6 January 2013).

1860 No 87. The Petition of Henry T White Esq one of the heirs at law of Samuel
Ramsey late of the Borough of Huntingdon decd was Read setting forth that the
said Samuel Ramsey died intestate some time in the year 1823 or thereabouts leav
ing a widow Ellen Ramsey who is since deceased and issue six children to wit Alexander
who has since died intestate leaving two children viz Mary C. Intermarried with John B.
Givens and Ellen intermarried with William Stewart, both of whom now reside in Hun
tingdon Borough. Samuel who has since died intestate, leaving issue two children to wit Ann
Eliza intermarried with Pickenbaugh whom now reside in Morgantown Virginia, and Matilda
with Griffith now residing in in La Fayett Indiana Robert Ramsey, who has since died
intestate leaving a widow & issue one child to wit Ellen Jane, both of whom in Marietta
Penna. Mary Ramsey [who] was intermarried with James Barbour Since dead leaving
Issue five children viz John M & William who reside at Matagordo Texas, Alexander
at Stonestown Bedford County Pa. Saml & G Barbour Altoona Blair County Penna
and J. King Barbour Sacramento California. Hetty who was intermarried with
Henry White who has since died leaving issue four children viz Adolphus P
Henry T said Petitioner Huntley Po George L St. Louis Mo. and Ellen intermarried with

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Frederick Gross of Hopewell Bedford County Pennsylvania and Ellen intermarried
with John Drayton, of Huntiingdon Pennsylvania [Thall] the persons named are of full age,
And that the Said Intestte died seized in his demesne as of fee of and in a certain lot
of ground situate in the Borough of Huntiingdon and numbered 177, in the recorded plan
of said Town fronting on Mifflin Street, fifty and extending back at right angles two
hundred feet to Church Street. That the said heirs are not able to agree upon seven men
to make partition of said premises Said Petitioner therefore prayed the Court to award
an inquest to make partition of the premises aforesaid, to and among the representatives
of the said intestate, in such manner and in such proprotions as by the laws of this
Commonwealth is directed, if such partition can be made without prejudice to or spoil
-ing the whole. But if such partition thereof cannot be made, as aforesaid then to value 
and appraise the same, and make report of their proceedings, therein according to law,
Whereupon 18th April 1860 it is considered by the Court and Inquest awarded agree
ably to the prayer of the Petitioner and ordered that personal notice be given to all residing
within said Couty or by writing left at their respective places of abode and to all residing out
of the County or State by letter, directed to their nearest post office address at least ten
days prior to the time of holding said Inquest.

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