Thomas J. Glover
The State of Alabama
Court Feb 15 1876
Barbour County, Al. Presiding H. C. Russell Judge of
To the Honorable the Probate Judge of Barbour County Alabama.
The undersigned respectfully represent unto your honor that Thomas J. Glover late of Barbour County Alabama died on the 26th day of February 1863 and left no will. That Rachel Glover the widow of said Thomas J. Glover and S. E. E. Glover nineteen years of age. Shady A. F. Glover seventeen years of age and May L. Glover fourteen years of age the last forenamed the children of said Thomas J. are the heirs at law of said decedent. That all above named parties reside within the city of Macon, Georgia that said decedent owned and possessed at the time of his death the following lands in Barbour County Alabama. To Wit The South East quarter (S. E. 1/4) of the South West quarter (SW 1/4) of section thirty one (31) Township twelve (12) Range Twenty nine (29). The undersigned at the request and upon the application of said widow makes this application for letters of administration upon the estate of said decedent. This 4th day of Feb. 1846
S. H. Dent
The State of Alabama
Barbour County, Al.
Know all men by these present that we S. H. Dent and James M Burford are held and firmly bound unto his honor H. C. Russell Judge of the Probate Court and his successors in office in the sume of one thousand dollars for the payment of which sum well and truly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs Executors and administrators jointly and severely firmly by these present. Sealed with our seals and dated this 4 Th day of Feb. 1976. The conditions of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound S. H. Dent has been duly appointed administrator of the estate of Thomas J. Glover late said county deceased. Now if the said S. H. Dent shall well and truly perform all the duties which are or may be by law required of him as such administrator so long as the duties which are or may be be by law required of him as such or discharges any of the duties thereof them the above obligation to be void otherwise to remain in full force.