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On 22 June 1846, Elijah, at Clay County, Missouri, was appointed attorney to act for Lawrence Blanton and Elijah’s former sister-in-law Julia Colley, both in Virginia. In 1850, Elijah W., aged 27, was living on a farm with his wife “Emily”, aged 22, at Carroll Township, Platte County, Missouri.Know all men by these presents that we Lawrence Blanton Guardian for Catharine A Colley and Julia E Colley widow and relict of William S Colley deceased all residents of the State of Virginia and County of Cumberland make execute authorize and appoint Elijah W Colley of the State of Missouri and by these presents have made constituted authorized and appointed the said Elijah W Colley our true and lawful attorney for the said Lawrence Blanton guardian of Catharine A Colley and for the said Julia E Colley widow and relict as aforesaid of W’m S Colley for us and in our names Jointly and Severally to ask demand sue for recover and receive for our use all debts and sums of money as are now due and owing or may hereafter be due and owing to the said Lawrence as guardian of the said Catharine Ann Colley or to the said Julia E Colley as widow of said W’m S Colley late of Clay County Missouri by and from Clayton Tillery Executor of the said William S Colley deceased. Also in the household was their son William, Emma’s father Richard Ligon (Liggin), and Emma’s sister Virginia. W., a farmer, aged 39, was living with his wife Emma, aged 34, and their four children, at Carroll Township.It is unknown if this Joseph Jenkins was one and the same as the Joseph H. It seems to me unlikely, but the two Josephs were at least probably closely related. Ford, Gentlemen Justices of the Court of Cumberland County, now sitting, in the sum of Three thousand dollars to the payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices and their successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. Colley, orphans of Elijah Colley, deceased, all such estate or estates as now is, or are, or hereafter shall appear to be due the said orphans when and as soon as they shall attain to lawful age, or when thereto required by the Justices of the said County Court; as also keep harmless the above named Justices, their, and every of their heirs, executors and administrators from all trouble and damages that shall or may arise about the said estate, then the above obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force.A record of Jenkins’ assignment as ward has been preserved. Sealed with our seals, and dated this 25th day of July 1831, in the 56th year of the Commonwealth. On 27 June 1836, Elijah, of Cumberland County, along with his brother William, sister Julia, and Julia’s husband Joseph Jenkins, sold, to Peter T.Within three months William had died, and, on 18 February 1839, Elijah appeared before the clerk of the Clay County Court to prove the will.In this will, William directed that Virginian Lawrence Blanton be made the guardian of his daughter Catharine.and in default of payment thereof to have use and take all lawful ways and means in the name of the said Lawrence Blanton guardian of Catharine A Colley and in the name of Julia E Colley or otherwise for the recovery of of [] the same and on receipt thereof acquittances or other sufficient discharges for the same for us and in our names to make seal and deliver and do all lawful acts and things whatever concerning the premises as fully in every respect as we might or could do were we personally present And an attorney or attorneys under him the said Elijah W Colley for the purposes aforesaid to make and appoint and every said appointment at his pleasure to revoke hereby ratifying and performing all and whatsoever our said attorney shall in our names lawfully do or cause to be done in and about the premises by virtue of these presents In Witness Whereof the parties [ ] hereunto set their hands & affixed their Seals this the 22 day of June in the year 1846 Meanwhile, back in Virginia, a July 1846 statement of Cumberland County Commissioner Hez. Bainbridge was the minister of the Old School Baptist Church. On 13 March 1852, Elijah purchased, for 00, from John H. Also in the household was Emma’s father Richard Ligon. On 30 November 1863, Elijah signed up with the 82nd Regiment of the Enrolled Missouri Milita, under the command of Colonel James Hugh Moss, at Platte City, Platte County.

that having taken the management of his own estate wholly into his own hands, not asking the aid of the officer the court to settle this account of his Guardian, he settled with his former Guardian himself and upon the execution of the additional bond of the said Joseph Jenkins, with the deed of trust as his Security, he agreed to defer the payment of the said bond for about eighteen months after the said settlement.Now in tender consideration of the promises and in as much as he is other wise without remedy except in a court of equity, when guardians and other trustees are made to account, he humbly prays that the said Joseph Jenkins, Joseph S. Colley & Julia A Colley – may be made defendants to this bill and required to answer the allegations thereof on oath as fully, and as particularly as if the same were here again repeated and they and each of them thereto interrogated; and especially that the said Joseph Jenkins may be compelled to settle his accounts with your Orator and that he and his securities aforesaid Joseph S.Palmer & William Phaup be compelled to pay to him any balance that on such settlement may be found due to him, and that your Honour will decree to your Orator all such other and further relief that his care may require – that you will grant him the Commonwealth’s [] &c.Jenkins never Settled any account of his ward, during his minority, that after his ward (Elijah W. Jenkins) Executed his bond to said Colley for the Sum of 8.02, being the amt. to his said ward Colley and which bond was made pble on the 15th day of August 1846…. Colley, acknowledged himself indebted to his ward on the 15th day of August 1844 the sum of 928.02, which debt he undertook to secure, by executing a deed of trust upon property for the purpose, that from this sale of the property [] secured, the said Colley recvd on the 24th Sept 1844, from the trustee, Jno. Jenkins, the sum of 0, having a ballance due from said Jos. This indenture made and entered into this thirteenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty two by and between John H. Twenty-five percent of Clay County’s population were slaves, while slaves accounted for only 10% of Missouri’s population as a whole.Colley) arrived at the age of 21 years, that Colley Settled with his Gardn. From the foregoing statement it will be seen, that Jos. Jenkins, at that time of 4.05, the interest upon which ballance, upon to this date, makes the sum of 0.34, which, your commissioner reports as the baln due from Jos. Bell and Marion Bell his wife of the County of Fayette and State of Kentucky of the first part and Elijah W. thirty three and containing one hundred and sixty acres – To have and to hold the said tract piece or parcel of land with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to the only proper use benefit and behoof of them said party of the second part and to his heirs and assigns forever and the said party of the first part for themselves their executors and administrators covenant and agree to and with the said party of the second part and his heirs and assigns the said tract piece or parcel of land and bargained premises and every part and parcel thereof unto the said party of the second part and his heirs and assigns against all manner of claims they will warrant and forever defend the same by these presents In testimony whereof the said John H. Clay County’s economy was dependent on this slave labor.