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pages 85-86     Power of Attorney: John Clinard, late of Morgan Co., Ga., died intestate possessed of sundry property without wife or children leaving him surviving his father Peter Claniard & mother Sophia Clinard, the following brothers Charles Clinard, Daniel Clinard, Henry Clinard, sisters Phebe married William Feagan, Rose married John Shields, & four daughters moved to the western states. Peter Clinard, Charles Clinard, Daniel Clinard, Henry Clinard, William Feagan & Phebe Feagan his wife, John Shields & Rose his wife, all of Davidson Co., appoint William Raper of Davidson Co., North Carolina, our true & lawful attorney, to recover & receive from H. F. Goss, admr. of the estate of John Clinard, decd. in Ga., our distributive shares of estate as part of kin of the intestate, 6 May 1830. /s/ Peter (x) Clinard, Charles (x) Clinard, Daniel (8) Clinard, Henry S. Clinard, William Feagan, Phebe (x) Feagan, John Shields, Rose (x) Shields. Wit: Jacob Raper, J.P. Davidson Co., N.C., Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, May Term 1830: 2nd Monday in May, proved by Jacob Raper, 11 May 1830, David Mock, C.C.O. I certify David Mock is acting clerk of the county court, 11 May 1830, W. R. Holt, J.P. Recorded 25 May 1830, John W. Porter, clerk.



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