Frederick County, Maryland - Equity Court Abstracts
CM-4, 714-730 - STOTTLEMYER, CLEVEDENCE, RIDENOUR, HURLEY, BLICKENSTAFF, LAMAR - Sep 1873
John STOTTLEMYER & w/ Susan vs Jacob RIDENOUR, et al
George STOTTLEMYER d/ Oct 1871 (Will written 1 Jun 1871)
widow - Susan d/ summer of 1872
d/ Mahala, dec'd w/o George CLEVEDENCE - Ohio
......children's names unknown
s/ George STOTTLEMYER, dec'd
......Samuel STOTTLEMYER (abt 24)
......Hiram STOTTLEMYER (abt 22)
s/ John STOTTLEMYER (abt 54)
d/ Margaret (abt 50) w/o Henry RIDENOUR - Pennsylvania
d/ Kesiah (abt 41) w/o Jacob RIDENOUR
d/ Susan STOTTLEMYER (abt 37)(youngest daughter)
(only child named in Will was Susan)
Witnesses: Daniel BISER, Henry F.C. STOTTLEMYER, Daniel W. BLICKENSTAFF
Land - "Resurvey on Almost Night", 42 acres; in 1841; located 1 mile from
Wolfsville and Wolf's Tavern, adjoining lands of Daniel STOTTLEMYER and
Daniel BLICKENSTAFF. Improvements were a 2-story log and weather-boarded
house, a log back building and a log stable with a spring.
from Reps of George STOTTLEMYER, dec'd:
...John P. STOTTLEMYER & w/ Susannah
...Nelson STOTTLEMYER & w/ Hannah
...Daniel STOTTLEMYER & w/ Hannah
...Leven HURLEY & w/ Elizabeth
(all signed by mark, except Leven; witnessed by Jacob STOTTLEMYER
and Henry BOWER)
Part sold to Daniel STOTTLEMYER in Sep 1841, leaving 22 acres.
- "Peace Approaching", 2+ acres, wooded; from Daniel STOTTLEMYER &
w/ Hannah in 1840. Adjoins lands of Daniel STOTTLEMYER in Catoctin
Testimony was heard from Joseph STOTTLEMYER of D. who stated
Mahala would be about 56 years old if alive, but died about 12
years ago, resided in Ohio and left children whose names are unknown;
that George died at age 36 and has been dead about 20 years.
Also testifying was Elias BLICKENSTAFF who testified to the same facts.
Trustee was John STOTTLEMYER. Auctioneer was Jacob D. WOLF.
Sale was held at LEATHERMAN's store in Wolfsville on 1 March 1873;
high bidder was:
- Lewis LAMAR at $752.50
Distribution: court costs, $303.15
- each child's 1/6 share, $91.49
Closed 27 Sep 1873.