John A. Wininger / Wineinger
September Term 1883 Dubois Circuit Court Friday Sept 14th 1883
In the matter of the estate of John A Petition For
Wininger, Deceased Distribution
Comes now Lemuel L Kelso, Admr of the Estate of John A. Wininger deceased, and presents to the court his account of current herein, and said report coming on for hearing and examination the court finds that notice has been given to the creditors & heirs of said deceased and to the heirs to make proof of heirship for two successive publications in the Huntingburgh Argus a newspaper published in Dubois County, Indiana and by posting a like notice at the door of the court house of said county for at least two weeks before this day. It is shown by said report that said Admr is chargable with the assets of said estate amounting to Ten Thousand Three Hundred and Seventy Nine 13/100 Dollars $10,379.13 and he asks a credit as per voucher filed on account of debts and expenses of Administration amounting to One Thousand and Nine Hundred and Twenty Three 55/100 Dollars ($1,923.55) which is allowed.
Leaving a balance of Eight Thousand Four Hundred Fifty Five 58/100 Dollars ($8,455.58) to be accounted for, and no objections being made to said report the same the same is approved and passed.
And now comes Margaret E Wininger widow of said decedent by John L Bretz her Attorney and files her application herein to share in the distribution of said Estate, and comes now Julia A. E. Corn, William Wininger, Amanda C. Wininger, and John T. Corn guardian of Julia A. Simmons, Samuel Simmons and Diana E. Wininger, major heirs of John A Wininger deceased Margery E Corn, John F Wininger, Charles D Wininger, Philip Wininger, and David M Wininger by McCullough and Trippet their Attorneys and file their application herein to share in the distribution of said Estate and comes also Peter K Wininger and Samuel W Wininger by Pleasant & Pleasant & Posey their Attorneys and file their application herein to share in the distribution of said Estate and the Court having heard the evidence and being duly advised in the premises finds that the said Margaret E Wininger is the widow & heir of said decedent that said William S Wininger, Peter K Wininger, David M Wininger, Julia A. E. Corn, John F Wininger, Margery E Corn, Phillip N Wininger, Amanda C Wininger and Charles D Wininger are children of said decedent that the said Samuel Simmons Julia A E Simmons and Diana Wininger are grandchildren and heirs of said decedent, being the children of Jane Simmons a deceased daughter of said John A Wininger and the Court further finds that the decedent in his life time advanced to William S Wininger Three Hundred Dollars ($300.00).
To Peter K Wininger One Thousand Dollars (1,000.00)
To David M Wininger, Samuel W Wininger, John F Wininger, Margery E Corn, Philip N Wininger, and Charles D Wininger each Fifteen Hundred Dollars
To the said Julia A E Corn, One Thousand and Forty Dollars.
That no advancement was made by said decedent in his life time to Amanda C Wininger, nor to Samuel Simmons, Julia A E Simmons and Diana E Wininger. It is now here ordered by the Court that said Administrator in making distribution of the assets of said Estate among the heirs of said decedent Margaret E Wininger one third part thereof, after deducting debts and expenses of administration.
Then pay to William S Wininger twelve hundred dollars, Peter K Wininger five hundred dollars, to Julia A E Corn four hundred and sixty dollars, to Amanda C Wininger fifteen hundred dollars, to Samuel Simmons, Julia A E Simmons and Diana E Wininger together fifteen hundred dollars, and that one eleventh part of the residue of the assets of said Estate be paid to each of the following named heirs, William S Wininger, Peter K Wininger, David M Wininger, Julia A E Corn, Samuel W Wininger, John F Wininger, Margery E Corn, Philip N Wininger, Amanda C Wininger and Charles D Wininger, and one eleventh part thereof to Samuel Simmons, Julia A E Simmons, and Diana E Wininger, all of which is family ordered, and by the Court.
Ordered that Court do now adjourn until to-morrow morning at 8-1/2 O’Clock AM
Oscar M Welborn, Judge