Interpreting an Old Ohio Court Record

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I'm not sure exactly what this record represents. The entry for Jonathan Faw is on the second half of Volume 12 page 130 from Hamilton County Ohio Probate Court, linked below. 

I was hoping someone with knowledge of Ohio Records and/or Court Records in general could shed some light.

Estate, Trust, And Guardianship Docket (1852-1984) Volume 12 Ohio Records Jonathan Faw

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in Genealogy Help by Stormy Faw G2G4 (5.0k points)

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There may or may not have been a will but it appears that John  G. Olden was named administrator of his estate on 28 Jul 1880 and the other two gentlemen posted a surety bond for Mr, Olden in the event he failed to perform his duties. On 9 Nov 1880, an inventory of Mr. Faw's estate was filed with an appraisal performed by the three gentlemen named and a bill of sale for the inventory was submitted and a final accounting made.
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Thanks, Stormy.

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