February Court, 1789. Ordered that Robert Tucker Executor of Raines Tucker dec'd. be summoned to appear at the next Court and render an account of his Administration of the said Rains Tuckers Estate. Order Book 1789-1791, page 4, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

February Court, 1789. An Indenture of Bargain and Sale from John Eppes to Richard Smith was proved by the oaths of Daniel Tucker and Ethel Tucker two of the witnesses thereto and lodged for further proof. Order Book 1789-1791, page 4, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

February Court, 1789. An Indenture of Bargain and Sale from John Eppes to Daniel Tucker was proved by the oaths of Richard Smith and Ethel Tucker two of the witnesses thereto and lodged for further proof. Order Book 1789-1791, page 4, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

February Court, 1789. A Marriage Contract entered into between David Tucker and Frances Jackson was proved by the oaths of Nathaniel Eppes, Ralph Jackson and Daniel Jackson witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Order Book 1789-1791, page 4, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

February Court, 1789. The Last Will and Testament of Joseph Tucker dec'd. having been proved in December Court last Wood Tucker and Isaac Tucker the Executors named in said Will came into Court and on their motion made oath thereto and certificate is granted them for obtaining a probat thereof in due form without of any Security being the Testators direction in his said Will. Order Book 1789-1791, page 6, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

February Court, 1789. Ordered that William Watts Noah Brown Thomas Olliver and Elisha King or any three of them being first sworn for that purpose do appraise in current money the Slaves (if any) and personal estate of Joseph Tucker decd. Order Book 1789-1791, page 6, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

April Court, 1789. A Deed of Gift from Susannah Jones to William Tucker was proved by the oaths of William Hardaway Junr., William Harper and Nathaniel Malone witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Order Book 1789-1791, page 27, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

May Court, 1789. William Tucker and Elizabeth his wife, Mary and Rebecca Jones, Anna Jones, Martha Jones and Sarah Jones, infants by the said William Tucker their next friend, Pltf. against Green Jones, Heir at Law of Thomas Jones, dec'd., Susannah Jones widow and relict and Thomas Clay, Adminstrator of the said Thomas Jones, Deft. Suit in Chancery. . . . ordered that Raleigh P. Bownman, George Harper, Thomas Wynne and James Harper or any two of them . . . inspect and audit the account of the said Thomas Clay . . . and make division of the Slaves and personal Estate . . . Order Book 1789-1791, page 29, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

October Court, 1789. An Indenture of Bargain and Sale from Daniel Tucker to John Davis was proved by the oaths of Henry Couzins and Joseph Burnett two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be continued for further proof. Order Book 1789-1791, page 118, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

October Court, 1789. Joel Pennington Guardian to Benjamin Tucker orphan of Benjamin Tucker dec'd. rendered his account of the said orphans Estate which being examined was sworn by the said Joel and ordered to be recorded. Order Book 1789-1791, page 119, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

October Court, 1789. On the Motion of Jemima Lamb widow and relict of John Lamb dec'd. who made oath according to law Certificate is granted her for obtaining Letters of Administration o the Estate of the said John Lamb giving Security whereupon she together with William Lamb, Nicholas Lamb, Green Jones and William Tucker her securities entered into and acknowledged their Bond in the penalty of Two Thousand Pounds with Condition as the Law directs. Order Book 1789-1791, page 199, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

November Court, 1789. Christopher McConnico and Jared McConnico Admrs. of John Lang Dec'd. against Wilmoth Evans. Suit in Debt. John Tucker came into Court and undertook for the Deft. that in case she should be cast in this Suit she the said Deft. would pay and satisfy the condemnation fo the Court or rinder her body to prison in Execution for the same or that he the said John Tucker would do it for her. Order Book 1789-1791, page 133, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

December Court, 1789. On the Motion of William Adams who made oath according to law Certificate is granted him for obtaining Letters of Administration on the Estate of Sarah Tucker dec'd. giving Security, whereupon he together with George Pegram his security entered into and acknowledged their Bond in the sum of two hundred pounds, according to Law. Order Book 1789-1791, page 156, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

December Court, 1789. Ordered that William Smith, Robert Willson, George Willson and Henry Wall or any three of them being first sworn for that purpose do appraise in current money, the slaves (if any) and personal Estate of Sarah Tucker, Decd. Order Book 1789-1791, page 157, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

February Court, 1790. An Inventory and appraisement of the Estate of Sarah Tucker decd. was returned into Court and Ordered to be recorded. Order Book 1789-1791, page 161, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

February Court, 1790. The Last Will and Testament of George Smith decd. was presented in Court by Joshua Smith and Millington Smith the Executors therein named and was proved by the oaths of William Malone and Nancy Cary witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the Motion of the said Executors who made oath according to Law Certificate is granted them for obtaining Probat thereof in due form giving security whereupon they together with Joseph Turner and Wood Tucker their Securities in . . . Order Book 1789-1791, page 161, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

June Court, 1790. Benjamin Tucker orphan of Benjamin Tucker dec'd. with the approbation of the Court made choice of John Jones Gent. to be his guardian and the said Jones thereupon entered into Bond with Rawleigh P. Downman his security in the sum of Five thousand pounds with conditions as the law directs. Order Book 1789- 1791, page 236, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

October Court, 1790. An Indenture of Bargain and Sale from Thomas Roney and Rebecca his wife to Isaac Tucker was acknowledged by the said Thomas and Rebecca to be their act and deed, she having been first privily examined as the Law directs and is ordered to be recorded. Order Book 1789-1791, page 253, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

October Court, 1790. An Indenture of Bargain and Sale from Barnabas Jones to Robert Tucker was acknowledged by the said Barnabas and is ordered to be recorded and Martha wife of the said Barnabas appeared in Court and being first privily examined as the law directs relinquished her right of dower in the lands convyed by the indenture. Order Book 1789-1791, page 256, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

November Court, 1790. William Tucker and Elizabeth his wife, Mary Jones and Rebecca Jones and Anna, Martha and Sarah Jones, infants by William Tucker their next friend against Green Jones, heir at law and Susannah Jones, widow and Relict of Thomas Jones dec'd. and Thomas Clay, Admr. of the said Thomas Jones . . . and on the motion of Rawleight P. Downman her next friend Jane Jones an infant, one of the children of the said Thomas Jones . . . William Tucker and Martha Jones two of the complainants in this cause being dead it is ordered that this suit do abate as to them . . . Order Book 1789-1791, page 259, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

November Court, 1790. David Tucker by George Pegram his guardian against Joseph Tucker. Suit in Chancery. Order Book 1789-1791, page 264, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

December Court, 1790. Elizabeth Tucker widow and relict of William Tucker decd. having relinquished her right of administration of her deceased husband's estate; On the Motion of Thomas Clay who made oath according to law, and together with Samuel Scott his security entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of two hundred pounds conditioned as the law directs Certificate is granted him for obtaining Letters of Administration of the said estate in due form. Order Book 1789-1791, page 287, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

December Court, 1790. Ordered that George Harper, James Harper, Thomas Wynne, and Green Jones or any three of them being first sworn for that purpose do appraise in current money the Slaves (if any) and personal estate of William Tucker deced. and return the appraisement to this Court. Order Book 1789-1791, page 287, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

January Court, 1791. The Last Will and Testament of Sarah Harrison decd. was presented into Court & proved by the oath of Amey Tucker one of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Order Book 1789- 1791, page 291, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.