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April 1840 – May 1855 Van Buren County, TN County Court Minutes
 (From TSLA – Van Buren County, TN MF Roll #14)

Year of 1840

Session

Page

Name

Summary

April

1

Isham B. Haston

One of the original Justices of the Peace (J.P.) for Van Buren County, TN. However, his official commission papers are presented in the June session.

2

I.B. Haston

J.P. - county court (April term)

3

I.B. Haston

J.P. - county court (April term)

5

3rd Civil District

Beginning at Dungee's ford on the Caney Fork, thence up the same with the county line to the mouth of Cane Creek, thence up same creek to the mouth of Thomas Stipes spring branch, thence up said branch to the head of the same, thence a straight line to David Walker's leaving him in fourth district, thence a straight line to where the new road crosses the millstone creek, thence with said road south to Nicholas Gillentine including him, thence back with the brakes of laurel to A.K. Parker's including him, then to the Pine Mountain to the line of the second district, thence northerly to the beginning.


4th Civil District

Beginning at the mouth of Cane Creek, thence southwardly with the county line including William L. Mitchell and continuing with the county line to the corner then a northward direction with a new road to N. Gillentines so as not to include stone and hogshead (?) to the line of the 3rd district to the beginning.

6

7th Civil District

Beginning at Isaac Howard including him, thence a northward direction with the line of the 6th district to the top of the mountain, thence eastward with the road to Uriah York's on the mountain leaving it out, and on to the new road on line of the 4th district, thence northward with said road to N. Gillentine's, thence with the line of the 3rd district to Rimons (?), thence with the line of the 5th district to the beginning.

7

W.B. Haston's House

Reference to a road from his house to Jesse Turley's.

David Haston
Wiley B. Haston

Appointed to serve on the April 1840 circuit court.

10

David Haston

Appointed as juror to help lay out a road from the county seat to the Caney Fork at N. Gillentine's.

11

David Haston
Isham B. Haston

Commissions turned in to court for these men to become Justices of the Peace.

12

David Haston

He and others on the road jury mentioned above made their report on plans for a road from the county seat to the Caney Fork River.

June

David Haston

J.P. - county court (June term)

13

David Haston

He and John Gillentine were appointed to assign a list of workers for the road from Spencer to the Caney Fork.

David Haston's place

Reference to:  "...road from the forks of the road at the mouth of Cane Creek to David Haston's...John Gillentine and David Haston to assign a list of hands" (different road from the one on pages 10, 12, and top of 13).

14

David Haston

Made a motion in court for the county court to meet at the county seat instead of in the home of William Worthington.  The motion was voted down 10 to 4.

Isham B. Haston

Voted for David Haston's motion.

July

15

David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (July term)

16

Isham B. Haston

Was one of three men elected to be commissioners of Hail's turnpike road and took the oath.

Cummings Spring

Voted (April 30, 1840) to become the seat of justice for Van Buren County, TN; was the original name of the area where Spencer was established.

17

Isham B. Haston

Ordered to serve in the August 1840 circuit court.

August

19

David Haston

J.P. - county court (August term)

September

20

David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (September term)

21

Wiley B. Haston
Isham B. Haston

Appointed to a road jury of view to lay off and mark a road of the 2nd class from Spencer to intersect Hail's turnpike road near the county line.

22

Isaac Haston

Assigned to work on the crew to open a 2nd class road from Burrel Manoard's to house of John W Riddles.

23

Van Buren - White County line

Joseph Cummings appointed to settle the line between Van Buren and White counties and to report in December session, but there does not seem to be a report made in December.

October


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjourned October term) - This seems to be a personal signature of David Haston. Next court session was to meet in the town of Spencer (for first time, apparently).

24

Van Buren County Courthouse

Approval given to complete the court house.

David Haston
Isham B. Haston
Robert Gamble

These men and others appointed to lay off a 2nd class road from Spencer passing David Walker's in the direction to Anderson Mills...to intersect the road from Sparta to Pikeville.

25

Isham B. Haston

Security for Wiley Steakley's election as entry taker.

27

Isham B. Haston

J.P. - county court (adjourned October term)

November


Isham B. Haston
David Haston

J.P.s - county court (November term)

28

David Haston

He and others to lay off a 2nd class road from Spencer to Burrel Manoards.

29

Road to mouth of Cane Creek

"...road from the cross roads at foot of mountain to the mouth of Cane Creek."  Gillentines, Stipes, & Moore assigned.  This may have been the road that ran by Big Fork Church and Cemetery.


James W. Haston
Thomas C. Haston
John Haston
Joseph Haston
David Haston's place

James W. Haston, Thomas C. Haston, John Haston, Joseph Haston, John Kirklin, Abraham Trogden, and Edward & James Moore appointed to work under Charles P. Shockley. This was the road from the mouth of Cane Creek to David Haston's place. David Haston and John Gillentine appointed these workers. (see page 13 entry above)

December

30

David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (December term)

31

David Haston
Wiley B. Haston's place

David Haston was one of the jurors for a 2nd class road from Spencer to Burrel Manoards.  This road passed at or near Wiley B. Haston's as it went down the mountain.  David signed off on this.


David Haston
Isham B. Haston
Robert Gamble

These men and others reported on plans for the road from Spencer to go down the mountain and intersect with the Pikeville-Sparta road.  It began NE of Spencer and crossed Cane Creek at the bottom of the mountain and then intersected the Pikeville-Sparta road (which would have been on the north/east side of Cane Creek).  David, Isham, Robert & the others signed off on this.  See page 24 appointment.

32

Wiley B. Haston
David Mc Haston

Wiley B. Haston appointed overseer of road from Spencer to Burrel Manoards. David Mc Haston and others were on this crew.

33

Isaac Haston

Assigned to a road crew to work under James Simmons.


Isham B. Haston

Appointed to be 4th district revenue commissioner for 1841.

Year of 1841

Session

Page

Name

Summary

January

34

David Haston

J.P. - county court (January term)


David Haston

Appointed with others as a quorum to do business this year.


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjourned January term)  This appears to be his personal signature.

February

35

David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (February term)


David Haston
Arthur Mitchell

They and others were appointed to lay off and mark a 3rd class road from Daniel Hollingsworth's "round the point of the mountain to the head of the big spring."  This probably ended up at David Haston's house ("the big spring").  Arthur Mitchell married David Haston's daughter, Malinda.

36

Wiley B. Haston

Ordered to serve in the April 1841 circuit court, representing the 4th district.

March

37

Isham B. Haston

J.P. - county court (March term)


Alfred Haston
Isaac Haston
John Kirklin
Ozias Denton

These men and others were on a jury to lay off and mark a 2nd class road from Thomas Moore's to Thomas M. Fleming's.  John Kirklin ran a store in the Big Spring area and Ozias Denton preached at the Big Fork Baptist Church, at one point.


Isham B. Haston

On a road crew to change a road at the upper end of Abijah Crane's lane so as to pass on the NE side of the knoll and intersect at the end of the turnpike road.

38

Wiley B. Haston's old place

Reference to a road from forks of road at Robert Gamble's to Wiley B. Haston's old place.

April

39

David Haston
I.B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (April term)

40

"the big spring"
Arthur Mitchell

Report on road assignment from February term - from head of the big spring to Daniel Hollingsworth's.  Arthur Mitchell was on that jury and was assigned to the road crew.  See page 35.

41

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjourned April term) This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

May


David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (Mary term)

42

Isham B. Haston

Resigned from being a commissioner of Hail's Turnpike road.


Lovica Creely

Involved in a bastardy case with William Teeter.  Also see some following pages.  Was she related to he wife of Joseph Haston, Sarah Creely Haston?


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjourned May term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

June

43

David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (June term)

44

Wiley B. Haston
Isham B. Haston

Ordered to serve in August 1841 circuit court, representing the 4th district.


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjourned June term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

July


David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (July term)


David Haston

Appointed to be the chairman of the court pro tempore (for the time being) for the present term.

45

W.B. Haston

On a list of free white males in Van Buren County, TN.

47

James A. Haston
Thomas C. Haston
David Haston
James W. Haston
Joseph Haston
I. Haston
W.B. Haston
I.B. Haston
D. Mc Haston

On a list of free white males in Van Buren County, TN. Why does W.B. Haston appear on the list twice? His first mention (page 45) is separated, by over a page full of names, from the next mention of a Haston. Were there two adult males in Van Buren County by this name at this time? Or, was this just a replication error?

48

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjourned July term) This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjourned July term, 2nd time) It appears that the court took up one more matter before final adjournment for this term. This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

August


David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (August term)

50

Isham B. Haston

Entered into a bond to collect taxes for the common (public) schools in 1841.


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjourned August term) This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.


David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (September term)

51

Spencer town plan

Plat of city lots in newly laid out Spencer, TN.

52

Road by Big Fork?

1st class road from x roads near Wm. Denny's to the mouth of Cane Creek - John Stipes the overseer. Was this the road that ran by the Big Fork Church and Cemetery?

53

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjourned September term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

October


David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (October term)

54

David Haston
Isham B. Haston

Named, along with the other J.P.s present, in some kind of affidavit regarding a court action.

56

Wiley B. Haston

The road supervised by Wiley B. Haston was reduced to a 3rd class road.  See page 32 in 1840 records.


David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (Tuesday of October term)

57

David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (adjournment of October term) This appears to be personal signatures of David & Isham B. Haston.

November


David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (November term)

59

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of November term) This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

December


David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (December term)


Wilie B. Haston
Isham B. Haston

With others, on a jury to lay off and mark a 2nd class road from Jesse Turley's place on Cane Creek to Daniel Walling's mills.

60

David Haston
Isham B. Haston

David Haston to represent the 3rd district as revenue commissioner for the upcoming year (1842) and Isham B. Haston to do the same for the 4th district.


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of December term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

Year of 1842

Session

Page

Name

Summary

January

61

David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (January term)


David Haston

Appointed as chairman of this court for this year of 1842.  However, on page 68 Uriah York was elected to this position.

64

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of January term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

February


David Haston

J.P. - county court (February term)  David appears to have functioned as chairman of the court in this term.

65

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of February term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

March


David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P. - county court (March term) David appears to have functioned as chairman of the court in this term.

66

3rd & 7th districts adjusted

Lines between 7th & 3rd districts were amended, this affected the Trogdons and others.


David Haston's lane

The earlier court order to establish a road from Daniel Hollingsworth's to David Haston's lane (or the big spring) was rescinded.  See page 40 in the 1841 records.


Isham B. Haston
Wilie B. Haston

These men and Christopher Steekley (all in 4th district) were securities for Wilie Steekley as a newly elected constable for their district.

67

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of March term) This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

April


David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (April term)


David Haston
James A. Haston
Isham B. Haston

David Haston and Isham B. Haston were re-elected as J.P.s for their districts (3rd & 4th). James A. Haston was elected to represent the 3rd District.

68

(David Haston)

Uriah York was appointed as chairman for the present year, a position held by David Haston since January of the same year.  No mention is made here of David Haston nor is there an explanation of why he did not finish the year as chairman of the court.

71

Isham B. Haston

Was a security for John Fleming who had been elected as a Ranger for the next two years.


Isham B. Haston
James A. Haston

Appointed as commissioners of Hail's old turnpike road and paid $1.50 per day.  Note:  Isham B. Haston had been appointed to that position in 1840, but had resigned in 1841.

May

72

David Haston
James A. Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (May term)


Wilie B. Haston's place

Reference to the road from Wiley B. Haston's to Bird Wheeler's. 


Wiley B. Haston
Thomas C. Haston

These and others appointed to a jury to change the road up Cane Creek, beginning at Nathan Durham's field.  Note:  Wiley B. Haston married Nancy Durham after his first wife, Tamsey Austin, died.

73

David Haston

Reference to road from Charles P. Shockley's to David Haston's.


Isham B. Haston

Appointed to circuit court duty for the August 1842 term, representing the 4th district.

June

74

David Haston
James A. Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (June term)

75

Isham B. Haston
Wilie B. Haston

These and others were appointed to a jury of view to change the road up Cane Creek.  How does this relate to the previous order from the May term?  See page 72.


Wilie B. Haston's place

Reference to a road from Birdin Wheeler's to Wilie B. Haston's.  See page 72.  Note: Birden/Burden Wheeler was the father of Rachel Wheeler, who married Montgomery G. Haston.


James A. Hastin
I.B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (adjournment of June term) These appear to be the personal signatures of these men. James A. Hastin spelled his last name with an "i."

July

(76*)

David Haston

Isham B. Haston

James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (July term)
*Page number seems to read "74" but should be "76."  It may be a numbering error or the "6" may just be poorly written. The page in the book that follows is numbered correctly ("77").


Road by Big Fork?

1st class road from foot of the mountain to mouth of Cane Creek; William Moore was the overseer.  Was this the road that ran past Big Fork Church and Cemetery?


Ford at W.L. Mitchell's

Reference to 2nd class road from the ford of the river at Wm. L. Mitchell's to Hail's Turnpike road. Question: Was this the ford known as "Mitchell's Ford" on Big Bottom?

78

Isham B. Haston

Elected as Entrytaker and took the appropriate oath in court.


David Haston
I.B. Haston
James A. Hastin

J.P.s - county court (adjournment of July term)  These appear to be the personal signatures of these men.  James A. Hastin spelled his last name with an "i."

August

79

James A. Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (August term)

September

80

David Haston
Isham B. Haston

J.P.s - county court (September term)

October


David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (October term)


Isham B. Haston

Resigned as a Justice of the Peace and as an Entrytaker. Was this in preparation to move to Hickory County, MO, which occurred sometime in the mid-1840s?

81

Spencer-Cane Creek road

Reference to the road from Spencer to Cane Creek.


David Haston

Ordered to appoint road hands on Ridle's road between Solomon Reese, Birden Wheeler, and Wm. Lewis.


David Haston

Took over Isham B. Haston's job as commissioner of Hail's Turnpike road.

83

David Haston

He and others from the Cane Creek-Caney Fork area questioned Cader Measles to verify that he had served in the Revolutionary War as a soldier with the NC army. He said that he was from "Bartee County, NC." Would that have been Bertie County? This questioning began on page 81.

84

Rev. Abijah Crane
Rev. John Yates

David Haston's Van Buren County neighbor, Abijah Crane, is in this section referred to with a "Rev." title, as is John Yates.  Each was described as a "clergyman."  Both men vouched for Cader Measles.  John Yates was from White County.  From other sources, he is known to have been a Methodist minister.  Abijah Craine was a Church of Christ minister.


David Haston
James A. Hastin

J.P. - county court (adjournment of Monday session of the October term) These appear to be the personal signatures of these men. James A. Hastin spelled his last name with an "i."


David Haston

Brief court session on Tuesday:  David Haston was security to support John Stewart's election as Entrytaker.


David Haston
J. A. Hastin

J.P.s - county court (adjournment of October term)   These appear to be the personal signatures of these men.  J. A. Hastin spelled his last name with an "i."

November

85

David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (November term)


David Haston

Appointed chairman protem (pro tempore).


James A. Haston

Appointed to serve in the December 1842 circuit court, representing the 3rd district.

86

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of November term) This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

December


James A. Haston
David Haston

J.P.s - county court (December term)


School in Spencer

Liberty was "granted to the citizens of Spencer to have a three months school taught in the courthouse by the teacher taking good care of said house."

87

James A. Haston

Appointed as a revenue collector.


David Haston
James A. Hastin

J.P.s - county court (adjournment of December term) These appear to be the personal signatures of these men. James A. Hastin spelled his last name with an "i."

Year of 1843

Session

Page

Name

Summary

January

87

David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (January term)

88

David Haston

He and two other men appointed "a cornor (coroner) for the next year."

89

David Haston

Appointed to April 1843 circuit court duty, representing the 3rd district.


Wilie B. Haston

Appointed to April 1843 circuit court duty, representing the 4th district.


David Haston
James A. Haston

Resigned their positions as commissioners of Hail's Turnpike.


York Academy

35th lot in town of Spencer set apart for York Academy.

90

Courthouse & lot to be sold

Ordered by the county court that the courthouse & lot on which it stood was to be sold.


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of January term) This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

February


David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (February term)

91

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of February term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

March


David Haston

J.P. - county court (March term)


Road to ford of Cane Creek

Reference to a road from Denny's old place to the ford of Cane Creek, near Abijah Crane's - Thomas Stipes appointed overseer.


James W. Haston
David M.C. Haston
Joseph Haston
David Haston's lane

James W. Haston appointed to oversee road from sign post near Thomas Moore's and intersect the Pikeville Road at the end of David Haston's lane. David M.C. Haston, Joseph Haston and others were appointed as hands.

92

David Haston
David M.C. Haston
Joseph Haston

These names appear on page 92 as a continuation of the road assignment that began on the bottom of the previous page.


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of March term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

April

93

David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (April term

95

Cader Measles

Follow up on the petition of Cader Measles to receive veterans benefits for Revolutionary War service.  See page 83.

96

Arthur Mitchell

He and others on a jury of view to change the road at the river bank at Plumlee's ferry.

May


David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (May term)


Wiley B. Haston's old place

Reference to road from Wiley B. Haston's old place to NE corner of Robert Gamble's field.

97

Isaac Haston

Ordered to work on Thomas Stipe's road crew.


Creely children

Angeline (age 5) and Isaac T. (age 2 as of last September 23) were bound to Legrand C. Love.

99

James A. Haston

Appointed to serve on August 1843 circuit court, representing the 3rd district.


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of May term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

June


David Haston

J.P. - county court (June term)

100

James A. Haston

J.P. - county court (June term)  This page continues names of justices for the June term from the previous page.


Emeline Creeley

Emeline (age 7) was bound to John Stewart to live and work as an apprentice until she arrives at the age of eighteen.


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of June term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

July


David Haston

J.P. - county court (July term)

101

James A. Haston

J.P. - county court (July term)  This page continues names of justices for the July term from the previous page.


David Haston
James A. Haston

Appointed as election judges for the August 1843 election in the 3rd district.


Wiley B. Haston

Appointed as election judge for the August 1843 election in the 4th district.

August

104

David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (August term)

105

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of August term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

September


David Haston

J.P. - county court (September term)


Arthur Mitchell

Appointed to serve December 1843 circuit court, representing 3rd district.

106

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of September term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston

October


James A. Haston

J.P. - county court (October term)

107

Spencer courthouse

New courthouse ordered to be built in Spencer. Detailed plans given here, but the order was rescinded on page 109, in the November court term.

November

108

David Haston

J.P. - county court (November term)

110

New courthouse plan

A new plan was presented for a new Van Buren County courthouse in Spencer, TN. A very rough drawing of the floor plans was sketched on the bottom of this page.

December

111

David Haston

James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (December term)


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of December term) This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

Year of 1844

Session

Page

Name

Summary

January

112

David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court 


David Haston

Elected to be chairman of the court for this year.

David Haston

He and others appointed to be coroners for the present year.


David Haston

Allowed $5.00 for summoning a jury and holding inquest over the body of Arena Steekley.

113

David Haston

Appointed to a jury of view to lay off and mark a road of 2nd class from Drake's Mill up the river to intersect the Rocky River road at a convenient point.


David Haston
James A. Haston

Appointed to serve in the April 1844 circuit court, representing the 3rd district.


Wilie B. Haston

Appointed to serve in the April 1844 circuit court, representing the 4th district.


James A. Haston

Appointed to be revenue commissioner for the 3rd district

114

David Haston
James A. Haston

Appointed to be election officers for county elections in March 1844, for the 3rd district.


Thomas C. Haston

Appointed to be election officer for county elections in March 1844, for the 4th district.


David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of court until the next day, Tuesday morning, in this January term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

115

David Haston

J.P. county court (adjournment of January term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

February


David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court

116

James A. Haston

Appointed as a coroner.


Isaac Haston

Appointed as a road crew hand on road from Spencer to Wm. L. Mitchell's.


Road to mouth of Cane Creek

Reference to a 2nd class road from the foot of the mountain to the mouth of Cane Creek.


David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (adjournment of February term)  These appear to be the personal signatures of these men.  James A. Hastin spelled his last name with an "i."

March

117

David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court


Wiley B. Haston

Reference to a road from Wiley B. Haston's to Burden Wheeler's.

118

David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (adjournment of March term)  These appear to be personal signatures of these men.  James A. Hastin spelled his last name with an "i."

April


David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court

119

David Haston

Was chairman of the court.

David Haston

Was chairman of the court.

120

David Haston

Was chairman of the court.

121

David Haston

Was chairman of the court.

122

David McHaston
David Haston

David Mc Haston produced certificate to prove that he had been elected Constable in 3rd district. His father, David Haston, entered into bond for him.

124

Spencer town lots

List of owners of Spencer town lots.

125

David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (adjournment of April term)  These appear to be personal signatures of these men.  James A. Hastin spelled his last name with an "i."


David Haston's lane
James W. Haston
Joseph Haston

James W. Haston, Joseph Haston, and others were appointed to a crew for a 2nd class road from Thomas Moore's to the Pikeville road at the end of David Haston's lane.


Road from Spencer to Cane Creek

Reduced to a 2nd class road.

126

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of May term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

May


David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court

127

Thomas Crawley

Now deceased, he had been a Revolutionary War soldier in the NC army, from Surrey County, NC.

129

David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (adjournment of May term)  These appear to be personal signatures for these men.  James A. Hastin spelled his name with an "i."

June


David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court 


David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (adjournment of June term)  These appear to be personal signatures for these men.  It seems that James A. Haston spelled his last name with an "o."

July


David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court

131

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of July term)  This appears to be a personal signature of David Haston.

August



David Haston

J.P.s - county court


Wiley B. Haston's lane

Reference to a 3rd class road from Spencer to the mouth of Wiley B. Haston's lane.

132

David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (adjournment of July term)  These appear to be personal signatures for these men.  James A. Haston spelled his last name with an "o."

September


David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (September term)

133

David Haston
James A. Haston

J.P.s - county court (adjournment of September term)  These appear to be personal signatures for these men.  James A. Haston spelled his last name with an "o."

October


David Haston

J.P. - county court (October term)


James A. Haston

Resigned as Justice of the Peace from the 3rd district.

134

Arthur Mitchell

Appointed election judge for November 1844 election in 3rd district.


Thomas C. Haston

Appointed election judge for November 1844 election in 4th district.


David McHaston

Appointed as constable to serve in the December 1844 court session.

136

David Haston

Chairman of the court.

137

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of the Monday session of the October term)  This appears to be the personal signature of David Haston.


James A. Haston

Reference to the resignation of James A. Haston as coroner.

138

David Haston

J.P. - county court (adjournment of October term) This appears to be the personal signature of David Haston.

November


David Haston

J.P. - county court (November term)


W.B. Haston's old place

Reference to W.B. Haston's "old place" to the NE corner of Robin Gambol's lane, 2nd class road.