Miscellaneous Records from the files of James H. MaloneySubmitted by James H. Maloney 17 Apr 1999 CHARLOTTE COUNTY Estate of John Cocke, died May, 1862, Charlotte Co., VA Charlotte County Death Records, 1850-65, page 67 - John Cocke, died May, 1862, husband of Judith who reported that he was a farmer, born Campbell County and the son of George and Judith Cocke. Estate appraisal done by John Hamlet, James Hamlet, Fenton North, and Thomas S. Pollard. Order Book 35 Following the death there was litigation. The suit was Peyton P. Maloney, and Lucy A., his wife, Edward J. Garrett, and Elizabeth, his wife, George H. Cock, Thomas Cock, William H. Cock, John Cock, Albert J. Cock, and Judith Cock, widow of John Cock v. William F. Layne and John B. Layne, infant children of Mary Layne, deceased, and Thomas Pugh, administrators of John Cock, decd.: Page 335 - suit Page 350 - Peyton P. Maloney paid $4478.66 as his portion of money received from the sale of slaves belonging to John Cock's estate. Sale brought $3,800.00. Payment received Jan 5, 1863. Page 369 - Peyton P. Maloney received additional payment from Est. Of $148.89 Page 375 - estate put money into Confederate Bonds Page 390 - Confederate bonds turned over to Plaintiffs by Court Order of July 7th Summary of Will of David A. Maloney, Will filed 6 April 1934 - Charlotte County Will Book 8, Page 380. Address shown as Cullen RFD, Charlotte County, VA. Estate valued at $6,200.00. Mentioned in his will are his wife, Mary H. Maloney, three sons, Robert H. Harry, and George, and one daughter, Virginia Lee. Robert H. is to receive 141 acre farm with the provision that his mother and sister live there. If Robert H. abandons farming the farm is be sold and the money realized to be split evenly among the five sons. List of Heirs: Mary H 78 Cullen, VA Philip Raymond 51 Chicago, Ill Virginia Lee 48 Cullen, VA John Paul 47 Roanoke, VA Henry Wans 45 Staunton George Russell 43 Richmond, VA Robert Hill 40 Cullen, VA Marriage Bond - William Holt and Sophia Maloney, Marriage Bonds & Ministers Returns of Charlotte County, VA 1764-1815, page 42: Know all men by these presents that we William Holt and James Maloney are held and firmy bound unto Wilton Cary Nicholas, esquire, governor of the Commonwealth of Virgnia in one hundred and fifty dollars to which payment well and truly to be made to the said Wiliam C. Nicholad and his successors to the use of the Commonwealth, we bind ourselves, our heirs & firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals and dated this 4th day of February, 1815. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas there is a marriage intended to be solemnized between William Holt - and Sophea W. Malone daughger of James Malone who personally gives his consent to the same being the father of said Sopeha Therefore there being no lawful cause to obstruct the same then this bobligation to be void, else to servive of force and virtue. Signed and sealed in presence of us William Holt Thomas Reade JS (or TP) Meloney Winslow Robinson [On back of form] 1815 February th. James Maloney made oath that [the C] William Holt is upwards of twenty one years of age. Thomas Read, ? Marriage Bond - Overton Pettus and Fanny Maloney,Charlotte County Marriage Records 2, Page 613 Know all men by these presents that we Overton Pettus and John Roberts are held and firmly bound unto Thomas W. Randolph Governor of Virginia in the just and full sum of one hundred fifty Dollars to which payment well and truly to be made to the said Governor or his successors we bond ourselves our heirs & jointly and severally firmly by these presents sealed and dated this 15th day July 1820. The Condition of the above obligations is such that whereas there is a marriage intended to be solemnized between Overton Pettus and Fanny Malony If there be no legal cause to obstruct the same then the obligations to be void else to remain in full force forever and virtue. Witness: Wm H Dennis Overton Pettu (Seal) John Roberts (Seal) -- Charlotte County 15th July 1820 This is to certify that I being a resident of this County and of lawful age have given Mr. Overton Pettus leave to take out a license from your office to marry me & this shall be your vaucher for issuing this same------ Teste A. Malone Fanny Malone Susan Malone Marriage Bond, John Tucker and Nancy J. Maloney, Charlotte County Marriage Records, M.R. 2, page 835 Know all men by these presents that we John Tucker & James Colley are held and firmly bound unto Littleton W. Tazewell Esq Governor and chief magistrate of the CWealth and his successors in office with sum of one hundred fifty Dollars current money of Virginia, to which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves, our heirs Exors & jointly and severally, firmly by these presents sealed and dated this 15th day of December, 1834. The Condition of the above obligation is such that whereas a marriage is shortly intended to be had & solemnized between the above bound John Tucker & Nancy J. Maloney a daughter of James M loney. If therefore there be no lawful cause to obstruct the said marriage, then this obligation to be void, or else to remain of force & virtue. Witness Winslow Robinson John Tucker (seal) James Colley (seal) ---------------- Charlotte 11th December 1834 To the Clerk of Charlotte This is to certify that my daughter Nancy J. Maloney is upwards of twenty one years of age, and that I am willing a marriage lycense should be issued to John Tucker for them to be joined together in the rites and ceremonies of matrimony. Given under my had &seal the date above: Witness Ro. Morton James Maloney (seal) James Colley ---------------- Charlotte County Court Clerk's Office 11 December 1834 James Colley personally appeared before me in my office and made other that James Maloney acknowledged the above certificate to him and stated [illegible] that he is well [illegible}John Tucker 7 [illegible] believes that his is upwards of 21 years of age. W Robinson, C. Estate inventory James F. Maloney, June 1867, Charlotte County Will Book 14, Page 493: Appraisement of the Est. of James F. Maloney Decd made by John A. Andres, Fenton North [neighbor of Campbell who spoke at his funeral in 1893), and James H. Dunnington this 29th day of June 1867: 1 bureau $5.00 1 Set of books $1.00 $6.00 1 candle stand 50c 1 looking glass 75c 1.25 1 lounge 50c 12 chairs $6.00 1 desk $1.50 8.00 1 table $1.00 1 clock $6.00 1 press $2.00 9.00 2 spinning whells $2.00 1 chest $1.50 1 reel 50c 4.00 1 bed & furniture $20 1 small ditto $10 30.00 1 bed & furniture $20 & chest 50c 20.50 1 dressing table 50C 1 set bed clothing $20 20.50 2 beds $15.00@ $30 1 caster $1.25 31.25 6 dishes $4.50 1 doz plates $1.25 and 1 pr end irons $1.50 7.25 1 set cups & saucers $1.00 3 iron pots $3.00 4.00 2 ovens $2.00 1 small shellet 75c 2.75 1 brass kettle 2.50 1 tea kettle .25 6 stone jars 3.00 1 pr. smoothing iron .75 1 rock away Total....................................................................... .............$165.00 Deed Abstract - E. J. Maloney to Sidney J. Maloney, 1890, Charlotte Co., Deed Bok 44, Page 225: August 5, 1890 from E. J. Maloney to Sidney J. Maloney her land and all personal property. "This deed made this 5th day of August 1890 between E. J. Maloney of the first part and S. J. Maloney of the second part all of Charlotte County, Virginia. Witnesseth - that in consideration of the covenant and agreement in the part of the said S. J. Maloney that he will comfortably care for and provide for his mother the said E. J. Maloney during her natural life she the said E. J. Maloney doth grant with general warranty unto the said S. J. Maloney the following property, to wit: all that certain tract or piece of land lying and being in the County of Charlotte and containing 446 acres more or less (which she purchased in 1866) and all personal property (Charlotte County Deed Book 44, Page 492) Will of Francis Pollard , 1846 Charlotte County, Will Book 13 at page 225: I, Francis Pollard, sen., of the county of Charlotte and state of Virginia do make and declare this writing as and for my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills- 1. In the first place I direct the prompt and speedy payment of all my just debts. 2. I lend unto my wife Martha Pollard during her natural life a negro woman, such as she may choose out of my estate, to wait upon her. 3. All the rest and residue of my estate both real and personal I direct to be kept together under the control and management of my executors for the comfortable support and maintenance of my wife during her natural life - and in case the profits of the estate should prove insufficient for that purpose, my executors are authorized to use such portion of the principal as may be necessary. 4. At the death of my wife, I order, will and direct that the whole of my estate, real and personal, then remaining be sold, by my executors and the money arising form the sale be divided as follows - 5. To my grandchildren John Powers and Martha Powers, children of my deceased daughter, Parkey Powers, one twentieth part to be equally divided between them, and the residue of said money to be divided into nine parts as follows - 6. To my sons Thomas S. Pollard, Francis Pollard, Isaac Pollard, and William Pollard one ninth part each, without any charge against them. 7. To the four youngest children of my deceased son Warner Pollard, namely Washington, William, Francis, and Robert, one ninth part to be equally divided between them - but out of this ninth part I direct my Executors to pay to my son Thomas S. Pollard a debt due him from my said deceased son Warner Pollard amounting to one hundred and eighty-three dollars and 86 cents ($183.86), to carry interest from this day till paid, in case the said ninth part should not amount to enough to pay the whole of the said debt and interest, then they will pay so much thereof, as the said ninth may amount to and no more. 8. I direct that one ninth part be set apart for the use of my son George Pollard and to be paid over to my son Thomas S. Pollard as a trustee for his use, but not to be in any manner liable to the debts or control of the said George but out of this portion of my estate thus provided for my said son George, I order, will, and direct my executors to pay to my son Thomas S. Pollard for his own use the full amount of a debt owing to him by the said George, to wit the sum of one hundred thirty-two dollars and five cents ($132.05), with legal interest thereon from the 25th day of March, 1826, till paid, and in case the said ninth should not amount to enough to pay the said debt and interest, then they will pay so much as the said ninth may amount to and no more - 9. To my daughter Eliza Maloney I give one ninth part, but out of her ninth I direct my executors to pay to my son Thomas S. Pollard the full amount of a debt due him from Campbell Maloney, the husband of the said Eliza Maloney, to wit the sum of eight hundred dollars ($800) with legal interest thereon form the 15th day of October, 1834 till paid and in case the said ninth should not amount to enough to pay the aid debt and interest, they will pay so much thereof as the said ninth may amount to and no more - This provision to pay the debt due from the said Campbell Maloney to the said Thomas S. Pollard is made in compliance with an obligation which I entered into with him the 15th day of October, 1834. 10. To my daughter Martha Garner I give one ninth part, but she is to be charged in the division with the value of a negro woman named Betty heretofore given her. 11. To my daughter Nancy Hines I give one ninth part, but she is to be charged in the division with the value of a negro woman named Alsey heretofore given her - I appoint my sons Thomas S. Pollard and Francis Pollard Executors of this my last will and testament. Given under my hand and seal this 24th day of February, 1846. Witnesses present Francis Pollard (Seal) Winslow Robinson William A. Smith Sm. I. Davenport At a court held for Charlotte County December 5, 1853, the above will was produced by Thomas S. Pollard and proved by the oaths of Winslow Robinson and William A. Smith. It was ordered to be recorded. Francis, Isaac and William Pollard stood surety for Thomas S. Pollard as executor who acknowledged a bond in the penalty of twenty thousand dollars for faithful discharge of his duties. Obituary, John Campbell Maloney, born Aspinwall, Charllote County, VA, Jan. 27, 1862 The Evening Democrat, Fort Madison, Iowa, May 25, 1948: DR JOHN MALONEY DIES AT QUINCY Dr. John C. Maloney, 85, a practicing dentist in Fort Madison for 20 years, died Monday at 10:30 p.m. in the Hendrix Nursing Home, Quincy, Ill, after and illness of five months. He was born Jan. 27, 1863 in Aspinwall, Va., and married on Feb. 24, 1897, at Waupun, Wisc., to Jessie Clark who died in 1921 (sic). He belonged to the Union Presbyterian Church and Stella Lodge 440, A.F.&A.M. here. He left Fort Madison about 10 years ago. The deceased is survived by three sons, James, Cedar Rapids, Peyton, Los Angeles, Cal, and Lucius, Arcadia, Cal; two sisters, Susan and Bertha Maloney, Brookneal, Va. The body will be brought to the Hall Funeral Home here. Final arrangements are pending.