1775 John Plaxco married to Docia Bland

Probate information for John Plaxco, dec’d in 1824 showing relationships between him and Docia Bland (wife), Drury B. Goyen (step-son), Sarah Goen (step-daughter), and Elvira Plaxco (daughter).

Doshea Bland is identified by her father, Edward Bland, in his will dated October 12, 1797.  The will is probated on June 9, 1800. Edward Bland identifies the following family member in his will:  His beloved wife Frankey, his beloved son William Bland, his two daughters, Dosha and Elizabeth, his wife Frankey and his son in law George Plaxco were appointed as executors of the will.  The will was witnessed by William Bland and James Plaxco.  It appears that Elizabeth was the daughter that married George Plaxco.  Dosha married Elijah Goyen, but she remarried to John Plaxco after Elijah Goyen died.

1797 - 1801 Bland, Edward will in 1797 naming Dosha and Elizabeth as daughters and George Plaxco as son in law_Page_11797 - 1801 Bland, Edward will naming Dosha and Elizabeth as daughters and George Plaxco as son in law_Page_2 (2)

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JOHN PLAXCO’s probate paperwork – Court Minutes:

1814-1826 Plaxco, John court minutes p 1153 of Est rec books 1814-1826 Vol F 1814-1826 Plaxco, John court minutes p 1154 of Est rec books 1814-1826 Vol F in FamilySearch 1814-1826 Plaxco, John court minutes p 1155 of Est rec books 1814-1826 Vol F in FamilySearch 1814-1826 Plaxco, John court minutes p 1266 of Est rec books 1814-1826 Vol F in FamilySearch settlement amts 1814-1826 Plaxco, John court minutes p 1432 of Est rec books 1814-1826 Vol F in FamilySearch settlement amts

SARAH GOEN guardian papers:

1815 - 1817 Goen, Sarah in York SC as minor having George Plaxco as guardian 2 1815 - 1817 Goen, Sarah in York SC as minor having George Plaxco as guardian p1 1815 Plaxco, George court minutes ordering him as Sarah Goins guardian in April 3 1815

DRURY B. GOYEN guardian papers:

John Plaxco, husband of Docea Bland – appointed as Drury B. Goyne “guardian” – 3 months before his mother, Sarah Goyen, died in June of 1820 – done to protect his rights to the estate I believe).

 

1820 Goyen, Drury in York SC as minor having John Plaxco appt as guardian 2

1820 Goyen, Drury in York SC as minor having John Plaxco appt guardian 1 1820 Plaxco, John court mnts he is appointed guardian of Drury Goyen March 27 1820 York SC

JOHN PLAXCO’s PROBATE LOOSE PAPERS:

1824 Plaxco, Docea admx John Plaxco will 1 1824 Plaxco, Docea admx John Plaxco will 2 1824 Plaxco, Docea admx John Plaxco will 3 1824 Plaxco, Docea admx John Plaxco will 4 1824 Plaxco, Docea admx John Plaxco will 5 1824 Plaxco, Docea admx John Plaxco will 6 1824 Plaxco, Docea admx John Plaxco will 7 1824 Plaxco, Docea admx John Plaxco will 8 1824 Plaxco, Docea admx John Plaxco will 9 1824 Plaxco, Docea admx John Plaxco will 10 1824 Plaxco, Doshea appt Exctx of John Plaxco estate Jan 26 1824

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