The property is located next to John Lowes land containing 99 1/4 acres and Peter Tetrick’s land to Jonathan Whitakers'’ land.
21 August 1849, personal appeared in Court of Common Pleas, Warren County, Ohio, Joseph W. White the publisher of Thoughts of Eagles a newspaper printed in Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio and of general circulation in Warren County, Ohio stated that the amended advertisement was published in his paper for six consecutive weeks immediately proceeding the 20 August 1849.
On 5 July 1849 the order for partition was made. On 13 September 1848, the sheriff of Warren County, Ohio came back to court stating the land could not be partition with causing injury to it’s value. The sheriff appraised that the land at $31 per acre subject to the lease of William Cox Irwin. William Cox Irwin appeared in court and stated that he would elect to take the property at it’s appraised value. The continued that petition until next term in court on 6 November 1849 with final decree that William Cox Irwin would purchase the land at appraised vale and given a deed to the land. The estimated the total value of the land to be $3,620.48. William Cox Irwin paid $50.21 to the clerk of court for court cost, and he paid his father, Robert Irwin $1,191.45. William Cox Irwin paid the clerk of the court, $893.60 being the balance of the purchase of the land.
William Cox Irwin was to pay to William M. Whitaker, Margaret J. Whitaker, Mary E. Whitaker and Sarah A. Whitaker each, on the legal guardians of such of them are minors. the sum of $74.46.
To Robert S. Whitaker, David N. Whitaker, each, on to his legal guardian, if they are minors, the sum of $148.90.
To Martha F. Morrow, on her guardian if she is minor, the sum of $297.86.
William Cox Irwin paid to James Paterson and his wife, Jane Patterson the sum of $1,200.00 in consideration for quick claim of their land.
On 15 October 1849, James Patterson and his wife, Jane Patterson acknowledged that William Cox Irwin did pay them for their property in present of Warren County, Ohio sheriff.
James A.I. Lowes and his wife, Cynthia Z. Lowes testified that James Patterson and his wife, Jane Patterson paid him $233.63 for their interest in the land.
James Scott and his wife, Lydia Scott of Warren County, Ohio were paid by James Patterson the sum of $34.58 for their interest in the land.
William Cook and his wife, Nancy Cook, and Eliphalet Stevenson and his wife, Mary Jane and Sarah Ann Lowes for sum of $700.89 paid by James Patterson for their interest in the land, give a receipt and statement on 23 July 1849.
Error in the transcript of this record. It should read Robert Irwin vs. James A.I. Lowes and other.