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[Agreement Between the Bonnells, Dickeys, and Liljagrens]

Description: Agreement made between members of the Bonnell, Dickey, and Liljegren families regarding the rights and interests on the land owned by the deceased Charlotte Francis Bonnell in Kerr County. This agreement, made on June 17, 1921, divides the land into parts to be owned by each of the members of the family, after W. H. Bonnell "brought a suit in the District Court of Kerr County, Texas" due to his dissatisfaction with Charlotte's will.
Date: November 12, 1928
Creator: McBryde, Mrs. Mark

[Bill of Sale and Transfer from George L. Leigh to John A. Bonnell]

Description: Bill of sale from George L. Leigh to John A. Bonnell acknowledging the sale of land and 110 heads of cattle. The note goes on to say that this "transfer and Bill of Sale is made on the following terms and conditions to secure the payment of a promissory note for $782.66" from Bonnell, payable on May 1, 1887. The check included in the record is worth $716.66 from John A. Bonnell to Edward A. Leigh.
Date: October 1, 1886
Creator: McFarland, A. M.

[Cemetery Dedication from W. H. Bonnell to his Daughters Helen and Ethel]

Description: Cemetery dedication from W. H. Bonnell to his daughters Ethel and Helen. According to the document, Bonnell wishes to "have the said plot of ground dedicated by me and set apart for the purposes of a burial ground for the parents of grantor" paid for by Ethel and Helen for $1. He wants to have a plot of one half acre with the graves of his parents placed in the center.
Date: June 17, 1921

[Chattel Mortgage Agreement Between W. H. and Allie H. Bonnell and Charles Schreider Bank]

Description: Chattel mortgage agreement between W. H. and Allie H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner Bank in the total amount of $3,500 to be due on the first of December 1925. In this agreement Bonnell is putting up his flock of goats and sheep, as well as his stock of cattle, as collateral to secure the payment on this note; if the debt is not paid Schreiner has the authority to sell the property. Attached is a certificate acknowledging that the copy of this document has been filed; also there is a statement printed at the bottom stating that this agreement is "given in renewal of balance owing by us to said Chas. Schreiner Bank on a certain note of date the 17th July, 1922."
Date: May 23, 1925
Creator: Leavell, John R.

[Chattel Mortgage Agreement Between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner]

Description: Original copy of a chattel mortgage agreement between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner in which Bonnell owes $1,358 to Schreiner as well as $400 in other fees. In this document Bonnell places his property, including his goats, up as collateral until he is able to pay back the debt; should he default Schreiner would be empowered to sell the property stated.
Date: November 9, 1912
Creator: Moore, A. H.

[Chattel Mortgage Agreement Between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner]

Description: Original chattel mortgage document of agreement between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner. The agreement states that Bonnell will secure his debt to Schreiner that amounts to a total of $5,000 by conveying his "entire flock of goats" and "entire flock of sheep" as collateral until he is able to pay the debt that is to be due on November 1, 1917. Later in the agreement there is a statement that says Schreiner has full authority to sell of the property if Bonnell is not able to pay off the debt.
Date: June 5, 1917
Creator: Leavell, J. R.

[Chattel Mortgage Agreement Between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner Bank]

Description: Chattel mortgage agreement between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner Bank in the total amount of $4,350 which Bonnell owes to the bank. The document stipulates that the debt is due on July 1, 1919, and Bonnell is putting up his "entire flock of goats" and "entire stock of cattle" as collateral to secure the note; if the debt is not paid then the bank "shall thereupon be fully empowered to sell the property herein mortgaged." There is an attached note at the bottom that reads in part: "The note herein secured is given in renewal of balance owing by me to said Charles Schreiner Bank on a certain note of date June 5, 1917." Also attached on the back is a certificate acknowledging that the copy of this document has been filed.
Date: December 17, 1918
Creator: Leavell, John R.

[Chattel Mortgage Agreement Between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner Bank]

Description: Chattel mortgage agreement made between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner Bank in the amount of $3,200 owed to the bank by Bonnell. The document stipulates the debt be paid by the January 1, 1923; Bonnell is putting up his flock of goats, and sheep along with his stock of cattle as collateral to secure the payment of the debt. There is a printed note at the bottom of the page stating that this note "is given in reneal of balance owing by me to said Chas. Schreiner Bank on a certain note of date Dec. 16, 1918." Also attached is a certificate saying that the copy of this document has been filed.
Date: {1922-07-17, 1929-02-09}
Creator: Leavell, John R.

[Chattel Mortgage Agreement Between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner, June 26, 1913]

Description: Chattel mortgage agreement made between Charles Schreiner and W. H. Bonnell who is indebted to Schreiner for a total of $900. In this document, Bonnell states that he has conveyed and mortgaged a portion of his property to Schreiner as collateral until he was able to pay off the debt that is to be due on October 1, 1913.
Date: June 26, 1913
Creator: Leavell, J. R.

[Citation Issued to W. H. and C. F. Bonnell Pertaining to cause no. 448, 1896]

Description: Document that relates to the case of Edward Prince vs. Mrs. C. F. Bonnell et al, accused of deed fraud, originally decided May 8, 1895. This document is a citation summoning W. H. Bonnell and Mrs. C. F. Bonnell "to be and appear before the Honorable District Court of Kerr County." Prince claims that the deeds created by W. H. Bonnell to Mrs C. F. Bonnell are "without valuable consideration in law and are fraudulent" and the lands mentioned in the deeds should be "sold and foreclosed."
Date: June 7, 1896
Creator: Hamilton, J. M.

[Contract Created for Virginia Leigh and Edward B. Leigh]

Description: Contract created after the death of George L. Leigh for the organization, operation, and ownership of the 320 acres of which he owned. The document explains, on page 3, which portions of the land and its assets will be owned by Virginia, Edward, and William Leigh; it also acknowledges that Virginia will assist Edward in fees to be paid for George's funeral, burial, and the administration of the land tract known as "Stoneleigh Ranch."
Date: November 22, 1901

[Copy of a Chattel Mortgage Agreement Between W. H. and Allie H. Bonnell and Charles Schreider Bank]

Description: Copy of a chattel mortgage agreement between W. H. and Allie H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner Bank in the total amount of $3,500 to be due on the first of December 1925. In this agreement Bonnell is putting up his flock of goats and sheep, as well as his stock of cattle, as collateral to secure the payment on this note; if the debt is not paid Schreiner has the authority to sell the property. Attached is a certificate acknowledging that this copy has been filed; also there is a statement printed at the bottom stating that this agreement is "given in renewal of balance owing by us to said Chas. Schreiner Bank on a certain note of date the 17th July, 1922."
Date: May 23, 1925
Creator: Leavell, John R.

[Copy of a Chattel Mortgage Agreement Between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner]

Description: Copy of a chattel mortgage agreement between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner in which Bonnell owes $1,358 to Schreiner as well as $400 in other fees. In this document Bonnell places his property, including his goats, up as collateral until he is able to pay back the debt; should he default Schreiner would be empowered to sell the property stated.
Date: November 12, 1912
Creator: Moore, A. H.

[Copy of a Chattel Mortgage Agreement Between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner]

Description: Copy of a chattel mortgage agreement made between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner acknowledging the debt owed to Schreiner by Bonnell. According to the document Bonnell has a debt totaled at $5,000 to be paid by November 1, 1917; as collateral, Bonnell is putting up his entire flock of goats and sheep to Schreiner if the debt was not able to be paid off. The document stipulates that Schreiner would have authority to sell off said property if Bonnell was not able to pay off the debt.
Date: June 5, 1917
Creator: Leavell, J. R.

[Copy of a Chattel Mortgage Agreement Between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner Bank]

Description: Chattel mortgage agreement between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner Bank in the total amount of $4,350 which Bonnell owes to the bank. The document stipulates that the debt is due on July 1, 1919, and Bonnell is putting up his "entire flock of goats" and "entire stock of cattle" as collateral to secure the note; if the debt is not paid then the bank "shall thereupon be fully empowered to sell the property herein mortgaged." There is an attached note at the bottom that reads in part: "The note herein secured is given in renewal of balance owing by me to said Charles Schreiner Bank on a certain note of date June 5, 1917." Also attached on the back is a certificate acknowledging that this copy has been filed.
Date: December 17, 1918

[Copy of a Chattel Mortgage Agreement Between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner Bank]

Description: Copy of a chattel mortgage agreement made between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner Bank in the amount of $3,200 owed to the bank by Bonnell. The document stipulates the debt be paid by the January 1, 1923; Bonnell is putting up his flock of goats, and sheep along with his stock of cattle as collateral to secure the payment of the debt.
Date: July 17, 1922
Creator: Leavell, John R.

[Copy of a Chattel Mortgage Agreement Between W. H. Bonnell and Charles Schreiner, June 26, 1913]

Description: Copy of Chattel mortgage agreement made between Charles Schreiner and W. H. Bonnell who is indebted to Schreiner for a total of $900. In this document, Bonnell states that he has conveyed and mortgaged a portion of his property to Schreiner as collateral until he was able to pay off the debt that is to be due on October 1, 1913.
Date: June 26, 1913
Creator: Leavell, J. R.

[Declaration of Trust Created by George L. Leigh]

Description: Declaration of trust created by George L. Leigh acknowledging that George has placed in trust all the property on the land owned, technically, by Edward B. Leigh though George "has been in the possession of it." According to the document Edward furnished the money for which the land was originally acquired; this document was meant to "furnish ample evidence to said Edward B. Leigh of his rights in the premises, to fully and effectually establish his ownership to all of said property."
Date: December 1893
Creator: Leigh, George L.