Tax, Court, and Wills
of Carroll County, Mississippi


Carroll County, Mississippi Deed Records, Vol K, 1850-1854, Pg 401

Sarah F. Calhoun


Schedule of the separate property of Mrs. Sarah F. Calhoun, wife of Orin G. Calhoun, held by her in her own right, separate and apart from her said husband, towit one negro woman Cil and her child Frank and her child Robert. Woman about 25 years of age, Frank about 5 years and Robert about 2 years of age, one cow & calf and 2 yearlings, 11 head sheep, one horse and also the farming Land viz the E 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section 33, Township 17, Range 4 East, one waggon. May 25, 1852

O. G. Calhoun (Seal)

Sara F. Calhoun (Seal)

The State of Mississippi

Carroll County

This day personally appeared before me T. Harris, an acting Justice of the Peace for the County of Carroll & State aforesaid O. G. Calhoun & Sally F. Calhoun, wife the of said O. G. Calhoun & ? acknowledged that they signed & sealed the above & foregoing Schedule on the day of the date thereof. Witness my hand & seal this 27 May A.D. 1852.

Thomas C. Harris, JP (Seal)

J. K. Lea, Clk

by A. O. Harmon, DC

Filed for record 26 May 1852.


Carroll County


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