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347. Headstone, Mt. Olive Cemetery, Mayview, Champaign County, Illinois.
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352. Deposition of John Stewart in case of Beaty, et al vs Clark, et al; Wythe County, Virginia Superior Court of Chancery No. 1821-04-SC
353. Deposition of edward Hutton in case of Beaty, et al vs. Clark, et al; Wythe County, Virginia Superior Court of Chancery, No. 1821-04-SC
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358. Answer of John Clark and wife and David Beatie in case of Beaty, et al vs. Clark, et al; Wythe County, Virginia Superior Court of Chancery No. 1821-04-SC
359. Bill or Complaint in case of Beaty, et al vs. Clark, et al; Wythe County, Virginia Superior Court of Chancery No. 1821-04-SC
360. Carolyn Bartels, Boone County, Missouri Estate Files, File 12: Estate of James Beattie.
361. James Beattie estate (1823), Boone County, Missouri Will Book A: 216. Mathew R. Beatie appointed administrator of the estate following the death of Samuel Beatie.
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364. Tombstone in Ebbing Springs Cemetery.
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378. Deposition of Rosanna Stewart in case of Beaty, et al vs. Clark, et al; Wythe County, Virginia Superior Court of Chancery No. 1821-04-SC. Rosanna was a witness for the defendants. Her deposition was taken on 10 Mar 1821 at the home of John Stewart in Washington County, Virginia
379. Deposition of Margaret Edmiston in case of Beaty, et al vs. Clark, et al; Wythe County, Virginia Superior Court of Chancery No. 1821-04-SC. Margaret was a witness for the defendants. Her deposition was taken on 10 Mar 1821 at the home of John Stewart in Washington County, Virginia
380. Deposition of Thomas Edmiston in case of Beaty, et al vs. Clark, et al; Wythe County, Virginia Superior Court of Chancery No. 1821-04-SC. Thomas was a witness for the defendants. His deposition was taken on 10 Mar 1821 at the home of John Stewart in Washington County, Virginia
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382. Mary Beattie appraisal (1820), Washington County, Virginia, Will Book 4: 325. Executor James Beattie; appraisers: James Porterfield, Beattie Ryburn and Robert Clark
383. Release of liability - estate of Mary Beatie (recorded 1823), Washington County, Virginia, Will Book 5: 106. Two documents were filed on this date. The first was dated 27 Sep 1820 and acknowledged that John Clark, David Beatie and William Beatie had received (with the exception of a Negro girl Liley) their share of Mary’s estate from James Beatie, her executor. The second document, dated 18 Jun 1823, adknowledged that John Clark, David and William Beatie had received the balance of the distribution and released the estate of James Beatie, deceased, from further responsibility.
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