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Proceedings of the Orphan's Court of St. Mary's Co., MD, Book III, 1809-1826, Transcribed, Compiled & Iindexed by Claude G. Blackwell"
Derosey, George, Feb 1814, p. 95
Upon application of Charles John Carroll adm' George Derosey decd' The court order a sale of all the decd' estate upon a credit of nine months on all sums of 10% & over, all sums under 10% cash -- bond and good security must be taken bearing Interest from the day of sale -- three weeks notice of the sale to be given in the Fed' Republication & Balt' Patriot and also in the different public places in the neighborhood.
He is also required to give public notice in the same papers, to be published once a week for six weeks to creditors to exhibit their claims against said Derosey.
Derosy, George, Oct 1814, p. 101
Raphael Neale Esq. attorney for Philip Laurenson makes application to the Court for an order to strike from the Inventory of Rev. George Derosy a double barrel gun -- Case postponed for the want of evidence.
Derosey, George, Jun 1815, p. 113
The Court allow James Hopewell adm' de bonis non of the Rev' George M. DeRosey a comm' of 7 1/2 PC on the personal estate of sd' decd' to be appliced to the credit of the last Chas' I. Carroll the former adm' of sd' Derosey.
Note: Charles John Carroll was the son of Capt. Henry James Carroll and Araminta Thompson. He married Jennette "Jane" Brown May 26, 1795. He was known as Charles John Carroll of Prince George's Co., MD
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