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Estray 1902 - 1918:

During the period 1835 - 1918, if livestock strayed into your possession and no one claimed them, you could go through a series of steps to gain legal ownership.

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NAME of FINDER
PAGE
DESCRIPTION of ESTRAY
Bates, G. A.
26 & 27
cow & calf
Branon, W. R.
7
bay horse mule
Brewer, Bill Joe
32
heifer
Cabiness, Drayton
13 & 14
chestnut sorrel mare
Chandler, Isiah C.
8 & 9
3 head cattle
Cobb, J. C.
31
yearling
Dauson, Oregon
4 & 5
mare mule
Dawson, John
25 & 26
gray horse
Finney, Frank A.
23
dark yellow cow
Guthrie, George
22
bay horse
Hill, W. G.
18
sow hog
Jordan, Jim
31
mule
Lee, George A.
2 & 3
blue heifer
Mitchell, Reubin
21
Jersey bull
Morris, J. W.
15
black mare mule
Patterson, Andrew T.
18 & 19
red cow
Patton, A. B.
29
red cow
Phillips, Will
32
blue horse mule
Posey, C. R.
17 & 18
horse mule
Pully, Jim
6
dark brown cow
Reynolds, R. F.
1
heifer yearling
Roden, C. A.
11 & 12
spotted heifer
Roden, H. B.
28
yearling
Rodgers, W. A.
c. of ex, book 355
32253 (not in this book)
Sanderson, Walter
16 & 17
black mare mule
Simmons, Peter
9 & 10
young steer
Tribble, R. D.
27& 28
2 mules
Wallace, O. M.
23
bay horse
White, Add.
20 & 21
brendle muly cow
Wilson, J. P.
30
white speckled cow
Worley, W. F.
24
b & w spotted cow
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Indexed and contributed by Terry D. Lee,
volunteer for the Madison County Records Center
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