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File # 9124

Chester County, Pennsylvania Orphans Court Decedents of William Templin


November 3, 1834


AT an Orphans Court held and kept at West Chester in and for said county on the third day of Nov A. D. 1834 before the honorable Isaac Darlington Cromwell Pearce, and Jefor Sharp, Esq. Justice presents:


The petition of James Templin Adm. of William Templin late of East Vincent Township, Chester County, deceased, who died intestate


Humbly showeth


That the said intestate left issue four children to wit- John, William, George, and your petitioner and three grand children (the children of Susan one of the daughters of said intestate, who intermarried with David Marys and deceased before said intestate) to wits William, George and Emeline each of which said grand children are minors.


That the personal estate of said intestate is insufficient to pay his debts, as by the account herewith produced appears, that the said intestate died seized in his demise as of fee of and in a certain messuage, plantation and tract of land, situate in East Vincent aforesaid, bounded by land of Wm. Shuler, Samuel Bartolet and others. Containing sixty acres, more or less with the appurtenances also of and in a certain wood lot, bound by lands of Samuel Bartolet and Wm. Shuler containing four acres and fifty six perches more or less, situate in the same township.


Your petitioner therefore prays your honors to grant him an order to make sale of the said messauge and plantation and wood lot, with the appurtenances, for the payments of the debt and the maintenance and education of the said minors.


And he will seal


James Templin


NOTE: In another court document James Templin states that his father, William Templin died intestate in May or June 1834.