WAYNE COUNTY

CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT

1823-1843 PLEAS AND QUARTERLY SESSIONS

 

Source: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints microfilm roll #0508502.

Transcribed by Rita Korbach from the handwritten court minutes for the years 18231835. Listed below are all references to Hollands cited in those court minutes.  Use your 'Control F' to search for names in which you are interested. (Note: she still has 1836 to 1843 to do.)

MAY 1823 WAYNE COUNTY COURT
Woodard Holland called for jury duty

NOVEMBER 1823 COURT 
Ezekiel Slocumb, James Bradbury and Elisha Holland,  Esquires, Justices Present  [note: from what I gather, the names of the judges presiding over the court were listed right after the date the court adjourned]

MAY 1824 COURT 
Ordered that Woodard Holland be exempted from working on the public road and serving as a juror.

Elisha Holland and Silas Barnes - voted for sheriff

Ordered that Elisha Holland and Gabriel Sherard Esq. be appointed commission to take the private examination of the wife of William Bradbury touching her free consent in executing deed.

AUGUST 1824 COURT 
Ordered that Woodard Holland be appointed Constable in Capt. Raifords District until February Court next who enters into bond in the sum of four thousand dollars with Simon Aycock and Willie Thompson his securities.

FEBRUARY 1825 COURT 
Joseph Barnes, Bryan Holland and John Barnes Jr. summoned for jury duty next court

MAY 1825 COURT 
Bryan Holland and John Barnes Jr.  - served as grand jurors

NOVEMBER 1825 COURT 
Deed of sale from Jesse Holland to Sarah Holland proved by Curtis Holland
Deed of sale from Michael Watson to Elisha Holland provied by William Edgerton

 

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FEBRUARY 1830 COURT 
Deed of sale from Jesse Bogue? to Curtis Holland acknowledged in open court that it be registered.

MAY 1830 COURT 
Ordered Elisha Holland Esq be appointed to take the list of taxable property in Capt. Killingsworth Dist (on oath) for the year 1830

MAY 1832 COURT
Drury Barnes and Woodard Holland -- summoned for jury duty for next court

AUGUST 1832 COURT 
Black Hooks Esq be appointed to hold the election at Boswells and Barna Peacock and Woodard Holland inspectors at the same

NOVEMBER 1832 COURT
A deed of gift from Polly Holland to Blumy? Coor duly proved in open court by the oath of Isaac Wise a subscribing witness and let it be registered

Ordered that Zadock Peacock, Woodard Holland and Norfleet Newsom be appointed commissioners to let out the bridge across the Great Swamp at the head of Simon Aycocks mill pond and the lowest bidder and report to next court.

Woodard Holland came to court and as duly qualified as Justice of the Peace for the County of Wayne.

NOVEMBER 1833 COURT
Deed of sale from Woodard Holland to Hillery Cammell

Ordered that letters of administration upon estate of Elisha Holland be granted to Pasha Holland and Exum Holland upon their entering into bonds of fifteen thousand dollars with Major Copeland, Warren/Worer? Holland, Barna Peacock, Hardy Hooks, Robin Davis & Elisha Holland as securities.

A will of Elisha Holland produced and duly proved in open court by the oath of Tobias Jones and Joshua Jones and ordered to be recorded at the same time Pasha Holland appeared and gualified as executor let letters testamitry issue.

Ordered that Exum Holland fifer and Henry H. Davis drummer, be exonerated from working the road, paying pole tax and serving as jurors so long as they continue in service in Capt. Peasolls Company.

FEBRUARY 1834 COURT 
State of NC vs Ginnant Holland - defendant found guilty and fined $2 plus costs

AUGUST 1834 COURT 
Woodard Holland, Esq. returned list of taxable property for Capt. Peacock's district

FEBRUARY 1835 COURT 
Deed of sale from Curtis Holland to Drewry Barnes

MAY 1835 COURT 
Deed of sale from Barna Peacock to Woodard Holland
Deed of sale from Arthur Thompson to Woodard Holland
Woodard Holland for county trustee and for county surveyors

AUGUST 1835 COURT 
Josiah Barnes, Burket Barnes, GINNET HOLLAND, EXUM HOLLAND - appear on list of names ordered to take Oath of Patroll in their respective districts under penalty of fine of fifty dollars.

November 18, 1835 COURT - WAYNESBORO
- Woodard Holland and Jonathan Barnes voted for Washington for county attorney
- Ordered that Exum Holland be allowed the sume of eighty cents for one change in the tax list and the sum be paid him out of the county tax.


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