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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

The Estate of James Irwin, deceased was not found in Box 29 of Probate Records in Warren County, Ohio but his will was admitted to record on 14 November 1848 in Butler County, Ohio. James Irwin Will Probated date 14 November 1848 and found in Box 34, Deed and Estates 1, page 199 in Butler County, Ohio. Will Signed 6 September 1848. Residence was Union Township, Butler County, Ohio. Executor was his son, Robert Irwin. Widow: Agnes Irwin. Heirs: heirs of dec’s daughter Mary Lowes wife of John Lowes, son Robert Irwin & his heirs, heirs of dec’d daughter Jane Whitaker wife of Jonathan Whitaker, heirs of dec’d son William Irwin, heirs of dec’d son David S. Irwin–wife Nancy Irwin, heirs of dec’d daughter Nancy Cox wife of Richard Cox, grandson Britton Moore Irwin only child of dec’d son James Irwin

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Estate of John N. Irwin, decease, in probate court of Warren County, Ohio. His estate was filed on 4 April 1874. His brother, William Cox Irwin is mention, and balance of $6,000. William C. McVay listed as Sureties. On 13 June 1874, inventory was taken and sale bill. In May Term of 1875, in Probate Court, his estate was advertised. In June Term of 1875 in Probate Court there was a final settlement of John N. Irwin estate.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

On 28 March 1868, Britton Moore Irwin purchases land from Amelia Bates. The 50 acre lot is located in Deerfield Township, Warren County, Ohio in the North East corner of Section 4, Township 3, Range 2. The 50 acres lot is now owned by Richard Cox. This land was conveyed formerly by Benjamin Stephenson and deeded by him to Amelia Bates on 1 December 1863. Gladdish Thomas filed petition in Common Pleas Court, Warren County, Ohio stating that he was the highest bidder for this land and purchased it from Amelia Bates. Amelia Bates states that she never sold the land to Gladdish Thomas but to Britton Moore Irwin. Britton Moore Irwin states that he purchased the land and has no knowledge of any prior arrangements with Gladdish Thomas and asks the court to quiet the claim and be free from molestation or disturbance by Gladdish Thomas.

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On 25 June 1885, T.E. Irvins filed petition in Common Pleas Court in Warren County, Ohio against Charles B. Monroe for unpaid debt of $348 made on 28 February 1884 in Warren County, Ohio.

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Andrew Irwin and Jehu Trimble filed a petition in Court of Common Pleas in Warren County, Ohio against Henry Stites and wife, Harriet Stites on 29 March 1841 for repayment of loan made on 5 September 1839 for $750. in Warren County, Ohio.

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On 1 November 1840, in Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio in Court of Common Pleas, David S. Irwin sues James VanHorne for loan of $447 on 19 May 1840 and due on 1 January 1841. John Lowes witness the loan in Oxford, Warren County, Ohio between David S. Irwin and Jams VanHorne.

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