Hearne of B., Mar. 15, 175, of 100 acres, called "Addition to Kings Folly."
Grant from the Proprietaries of Pennsylvania to Thomas L. Hearne, a tract of land called "Jackson’s Venture," June 4, 1776. Also from same to same a tract called "Safe Guard," Oct. 13, 1776.
Grant from Proprietaries of Pennsylvania to Theodore Hearne, Mar. 6, 1776, a tract of twenty acres, called "Green Savannah."
Grant from the Proprictaries of Pennsylvania Apr. 15, 1765, to Thomas Hearne. for twenty-four acres of land, called "Hearne’s Last Adventure." Also from same to same, Apr. 22, 1766, a tract called "Dispute."
I note a few administrators’ bonds from the records at Georgetown, Delaware, with amount of bond, which is usually about one-fourth of the value of the estate:
Bond of Isaac and Elijah Hearne and Joshua Hastings on estate of Jonathan Hearne, Mar. 18, 1794; amount of bond, 500 pounds.
Bond of Thomas and William Hearne on estate of Samuel Hearne, July 8, 1803; amount of bond, 2,000 pounds.
Bond of Lavinia and George Hearne on estate of Lowder Hearne. Dec. 19, 1809; amount of bond, 1,000 pounds.
Bond of Benjamin and Jacob Hearne on estate of Jonathan Hearne, Jan. 6. 1825; amount of bond, 500 pounds.
Bond of Polly and Josiah Hearne on estate of William Hearne, Apr. 7, 1826; amount of bond, 400 pounds.
Bond of Sally and James R, Hearne on estate of Thomas Hearne, Oct. 23, 1832; amount of bond, 600 pounds.
Bond of Harriet Hearne and Henry Bacon and William Hobbs on estate of Thomas Hearne, Apr. 8, 1835; amount of bond, $6,000.
Bond of Henry Bacon and William Hobbs on estate of Harriet Hearne, Jan. 19, 1836: amount of bond, $io,qoo.
Bond of William and Thomas Hearne on estate of Thomas Hearne, July 10, 1838; amount of bond, $1,000
Bond of John Morris (of Jeremiah) and Benjamin and Joseph Hearne on the estate of Theodore B. Hearne, Oct. 30, 1843; amount of bond, $1,200.
Bond of Joseph J. Hearne, George W. C. Hearne, and Joseph Hearne on the estate of George Hearne, Dec. 22, 1845; amount of bond, $3,000.
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