The Account of Sales of the personal property involved in the Estate of Wine Rood was completed about March of 1825. So it took a good year and a half to follow the estate process. I did my best trying to figure out what was written below by Samuel Andrews the brother-in-law. The newspapers of that time were spotty and the Washington County Historical Society had a news clipping file but I did not find much on Wine Rood.
Wine Rood Account of Sales, page PR3
A list of property sold at the Sale of the Estate of Wine Rood deceased
The State of Ohio ) In the court of Common Please, March Term A.D. 1825 Sam’l Andrews Ex’r of Wine Rood
Washington County ) This account of the Sales of the personnel property belonging to the Estate of Wine Rood, late of Fearing in the said County, decease, being returned, was ordered to be recorded. Examined. Attested George Dunley, Clerk
There were 3/4 on some of them or other fractions but I did not write them in. I have never seen were animals were lost or died so that was interesting. Wine Rood (Jr) is not mentioned?
Source: Probate Record 1789-1855, Index Vol. A. – Will and Letters Testamentary, Appraisement and Account of Sale FHL#946211.
Please note the names John Clasey (Clacey the better spelling) was the husband of Caroline Rood. Samuel Andrews was the brother to Anne Andrews Rood, sister to Elizabeth Andrews Spracklin wife of Peter Spracklin, the parents of John Andrews Spracklin. See my post on the Family of Wine and Anne Rood and scroll to the comments made by descendants for more information.
This concludes my posting on Wine Rood and his family. I will discuss more on the connections the Rood’s have to the Andrews and Spracklins when I post about Peter Spracklin and his wife Elizabeth Andrews Spracklin. It may take a while, because it is now time to return to the children of John and Lydia Spracklin and share what I know about them. After that I will share what I know about Peter Spracklin and Elizabeth followed by their children, the siblings of John.