UNKNOWN RECORD BOOK
FROM INFERIOR COURT
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Glascock Inferior Court July term 1862

Jordan S Wilcher Guardian of minor heirs Alfred Walden Deceased

VS

Thomas Dickson, Sen & Jacob H Kitchens

State of Georgia Glascock County

To the Honorable Inferior for said county. The petition of Jorden S Wilcher Guardian for the minor heirs of Alfred Walden deceased showeth that Thomas Dickson Sen and Jacob H Kitchens both of Said county are indebted to him in the Sum of one hundred and thirty seven 35/00 Dollars besides interest on a note dated February 21, 1860 and due Dec 25 1860 which said note the said Thomas Dickson Sen and Jacob H Kitchens refuse to pay wherefore your petitioner prays ?process may issue requiring the said Thomas Dickson Sen and Jacob H Kitchens to be and appease at the next Inferior Court for said county to answer your petitionerís Complaint

Jordan S Wilcher Guardian, Petitioner

Copy of note sued on
$137.35 By the Twenty fifth day of December next we or either of us promise to pay Jorden S Wilcher Guardian for the minor heirs of Alfred Walden deceased or bearer the sum of one hundred and thirty seven an 35 cents for value received of him this February 21 18560

Thoms Dickson Sen (his mark)
J H Kitchens

Original filed in office March 3rd 1862/3 S Kitchens Dep Clerk

State of Georgia Glascock County

Jorden S Wilcher Guardian minor heirs Alfred Walden deceased
Vs Complaint

Thomas Dickson Sr & Jacob H Kitchens

TO the sheriff of said county Greeting The defendants Thomas Dickson Sr and J H Kitchens are hereby required in person or by attorney to be and approve at the Inferior Court next to be holden in and for the county aforesaid on the third Monday in July next then and there to answer the plaintiff in an action of complaint & c____ as in default of such appearance the said court will proceed therean as to Justice may appertain. Witness the Honorable Boze B Kitchens one of the Judges of said court this third day of March Eighteen hundred and sixty two

Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clerk

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Continued

I acknowledge due and legal service of this writ ?waine copy or copies original and copy process and all formalities and all further service of the within writ March 5th 1862
J H Kitchens

Served a copy of the within on one of the defendants Thomas Dickson in person March the 8th 1862

Joseph Raley Sheriff

Verdict of the Jury
We the jury find for the plaintiff the sum of one hundred and thirty seven 35/00 dollars principal debt and the further sum of ninteen dollars and seventy eight cents for interest and cost of suit this 19th day of January 1863
S W Lockhart foreman

Judgements

Whereupon it is condidered by the court that the said plaintiff do recover of the said defendants the sum of one hundred and thirty seven dollars and thirty five cents for his principal debt and the sum of ninteen dollars and seventyeight cents Interest on said principal from the Twenty Fifth day of December AD eighteen hundred and sicty to date and the further sum of Ten dollars and sicty cents for his cost abou__ this suit in this behalf expended, and the defendant in mercy

Jordan S Wilcher atty for Self

Principal $137.35
Interest $19.78

Cost $10.60

This judgement satisfied in full Dec 10th 1863 S Kitchens


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Shields Smith & Co vs Larkin Wilcher

State of Georgia
Glascock County

To the honorable the Inferior Court of said county

The petition of Shields Smith & co a mercantile firm composed of Mathew Shields William H Smith and Sanders W Story. Showeth that Larkin Wilcher of said county owes to and from your petitioner detains the sum of one hundred and sixteen dollards and fifty two cents besides interest for that heretofore to wit on the seventeenth day of April in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and fifty seven at Warrenton to wit in the county of Warren the said Larkin Wilcher made his certain instrument in writing commonly called a promisory note (here to the c____ shown) the date whereof is the day and year aforesaid and then and there delivered said promisory note unto the said Shields Smith & Co whereby the said defendant promised one day after the date of said note to pay your petitioners or bearer fifty seven 82/00 dollars valued received and for that afterwards to wit. On the Eighteenth day of March Eighteen hundred and fifty eight the said defendant made his certain other instrument in writing commonly called a promisory note here to the court shown the date whereof is the day and year aforesaid and then and there delivered said note to your petitioner whereby he promised one day after the date of said note to pay your petitioner or bearer fifty eight 70/00 dollars for value received.

And your petitioner avers that that the Two last mentioned Sums when added together make the first mentioned sum one hundred and Sixteen dollars and fifty two cents. Yet said defendant although so indebted and to pay the said Several sums of money often specialy requested has not paid the same nor any part thereof but the Same to pay has hitherto wholly neglected & refused and still does neglect and refuse to the damage of your petitioners Two hundred and thirty three dollars. Wherefore your petitioners prays? Process may issue requiring the said defendant in person or by attorney to be and appear at the Inferior Court next to be holden in and for the said county then and there to answer your petioner in an action of debt

Isaac B Huff, Petitioning Attorney

 

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NO 4
State of Georgia Glasscock County

To the Inferior Court for said county

The Petition of Wily Kitchens showeth that Benjamin G Chalker of said county is indebted to him in the sum of Two hundred and Seventy five dollars and ninty cents besides interest on a note dated December 27th 1860 and due December 25th 1860 (thatís what it says) which said note the said Benjamin G Chalker refuses to Pay. Wherefore your petioner prays process may issue requiring the said Benjamin G Chalker to be and appear at the next Inferior court for said county to answer your petitioners complaint
Isaac B Huff, Plaintiffs Attorney

Copy of note sued on

On or before the Twenty fifth of December next I promise to pay Wily Kitchens or bearer the sum of Two hundred and Seventy nine dollars and ninty cents for value received of him December the twenty seventh 1860

Signed Benjamin G Chalker


Glascock Inferior Court July Term 1862
Wily Kitchens

Vs Complaint on note

Benjamin G Chalker

Original filed in office March 20th 1862

S Kitchens Dep Clerk

Executed the within writ by leaving a copy of the Same at the usu___ place of abode of the defendant Benjamin G Chalker

This 25th day of June 1862

Ezekial Math___ Dep Sheriff

Verdict-We the jury find for the plaintiff Two hundred and twenty nine dollars and ninty cents with interest and cost of suit January 19th 1863

L W Lockhart foreman

Judgement Whereupon it is considered by the court that the said plaintiff do recover of the said defendant the sum of Two hundred and seventy nine dollars and ninty cent for his principal debt and interest on said principal from the Twenty fifth day of December A D Eighteen hundred and Sixty One and the further sum of Ten dollars and sixty cents for his cost about this suit in his behalf expended and the defendant in mercy

Isaac B Huff Pltff atty

Principal $279.90

Interest 20.90 Judgement enliv_ January 19th 1863

Cost 10.60


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Hickman Dixkson vs Thomas Dickson

State of Georgia Glascock County

To the Honorable Inferior court of said county. The petition of Hickmond Dickson respectfully showeth that Thomas Dicksan Sr Joseph B May and Nehemiah Dicksan all three of said county are indebted to your petitioner in the sum of Three hundred and thirty five dollars Besides interest on a note dated 2nd of February 1860 and due on the Twenty fifth day of December 1860 which said note the said Thomas Dickson Sr Joseph B May & Nehemiah Dicksan refuses to pay. Wherefore your petitioner prays process? May issue requiring the said Thomas Dickson Sr Joseph B May and Nehemiah Dickson to be and appear at the next inferior court for said county to answer your petitioners complaint

Hickmond Dickson Petitioner

Copy of the Note sued On

By the Twenty fifth day of December next we or either of us do promise to pay Hickman Dickson Jr or bearer the sum of Three hundred and eighty five dollars for value recd this 2nd of February 1860

Thomas Dickson Sen Mark
Joseph B May
Nehemiah Dickson

with credit on Back of above note as follows
I recd on the within note fifty dollars this the 19th of February 1861


State of Georgia Glascock County
To the Sheriff of said county Greeting

Hickman Dickson

Vs
Thomas Dickson
Joseph B May Debt
Nehemiah Dickson

The defendants Thomas Dickson Sr Joseph B May and Nehemiah Dickson are hereby required in person or by attorney to be and appear at the inferior court next to beholden in and for the county aforesaid

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On the third Monday in January next then and there to answer the plaintiff in an action of Debt as in default of such appearance the said court will proceed thereon as to Justice may appertain

Witness the Honorable Allen Kelley one of the Judges of said court this 25th day of December Eighteen Hundred and Sixty One

Seaborn Kitchens Clk

Served a copy of the within on each defendant this the 31 of December 1861

L D Downs, Sheriff

Verdict of the Jury

We the Jury find the issue in favour of the plaintiff with cost of suit this July 21st 1862

Eli Harris Foreman

JUDGEMENT

Whereupon it is adjudged by the court that the plaintiff do recover against the defendants the sum of three hundred and thirty five dollars for principal debt and Interest on said principal from the Twenty fifth day of December AD 1860 and the further Sum of Fourteen Dollars for his cost about this suit in this behalf expended

Hickman Dickson Plff

Principal $335.00
Int to 21 Jul 1862 is 40.85 Judgement entered July 21st 1862
Cost 14.00


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David Denton vs Thos Dickson Jno Kent

State of Georgia Glasscock County
To the Honorable Inferior Court for said county the Petition of David Denton showeth that Thomas Dickson and John Kent of said county are indebted to him in the sum of one hundred and Ten Dollars besides interest on a note dated 2nd January 1860 and due 25th Dec 1860 which said note the said Thomas Dickson and John Kent refuse to pay. Wherefore your petioner prays process? May issue requiring the said Thomas Dickson and John Kent to be and appear at the next Inferior court for said county to answer your petioners Complaint

Aaron Denton Plaintiff attorny in fact

Copy of note Sued on

$110 dollars on or by the 25th of December next we or either of us promise to pay David Denton or bearer one hundred and Ten Dollars for value received this the 2nd day of January 1860

Thomas Dickson (his mark)
John Kent


Glasscock Inferior Court
January Term 1862

David Denton

Vs Complaint

Thomas Dickson &
John Kent

Original filed in office Dec 9th 1862
Seaborn Kitchens Clerk


State of Georgia Glassock County
To the Sheriff of said county Greeting

David Denton

Vs Complaint
Thomas Dickson &
John Kent


The defendants are hereby required in person or by attorney to be and appear at the Inferior Court next to be holden in and for the county aforesaid on the third Monday in January 1862 then and there to answer the Plaintiff in an action of complaint

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In default of such appearance said court will proceed thereon as to Justice may appertain
Witness the Honorable Richard Walden one of the judges of said court this ninth day of December Eighteen hundred and Sixty one

Seaborn Kitchens Clerk

Served a copy of the within on each defendant this the 16th of December 1861

L D Downs Shff

Verdict of the Jury

We the jury find for the plaintiff with cost of suit this July 21st 1862

Elis Harris Foreman

Judgement
Whereupon it is considered by the court that the said plaintiff do recover of the said defendants the sum of one hundred and ten dollars for his principal debt and Interest on Said principal from the Twenty fifth day of December AD eighteen hundred and Sixty and the further sum of Eleven Dollars and eight cents for his cost about this suit in this behalf expended and the defendant in mercy

Principal $110.00
Interest 12.15 Judgement Entered July 21st 1862
Cost 11.80


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Adam Jones Adm Laurence Kitchens vs Thos Dickson

Georgia Glasscock County

To the Hon Inferior Court for said county. The petition of Adam Jones Administrator on the estate of Lawrence Kitchens deceased shows that Thomas Dicksan of said county is justly indebted to him in the sum of Five hundred and three Dollars and forty five cents besides Interest on a promisory note dated the 30 day of January 1860 and due the 25th day of December next thereafter (a copy of which is hereto attached which said note the said defendant refuses to pay. Wherefore your petitioner prays process may issue requiring the said Defendant to be and appear at the next Inferior court for said county there and then to answer your petitioners complaint

R F Jones Plff atty

Copy of Note Sued On

$503.45/100 on or by the 25th day of December next I promise to pay Laurence Kitchens or bearer the sum of five hundred and three dollars and forty five cents for value received of him this 30th day of January AD 1860

Test Seaborn Kitchens
Thomas Dickson (his mark)

Original filed in office June 23rd 1862
S Kitchens Dep Clerk

Georgia Glasscock County To the Sheriff of said county


Adam Jones Adm &c
vs Complaint
Thomas Dickson


The defendant is hereby required in person or by atty to be and appear at the Inferior court next to be holden in and for said county on the third Monday in July next at the courthouse in Gibson said county by ten oclock in the foreward of that day then and there to answer the plaintiff in an action of complaint as in default of such appearance the said court will proceed thereon as to Justice may appertain Witness the Honorable B B Kitchens one of the Judges of said county. This 2?th day of June 1862
Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clerk


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Continued

Adams Jones Administrator of Laurence Kitchens

Vs Complaint
Thomas Dickson


Verdict
We the jury find for the plaintiff the sum of Five hundred and three Dollars and forty five cents principal debt. The sum of Seventy one Dollars and ninty five cents for interest with cost of suit this January 19th 1863
S W Lockhart foreman

Judgment
Whereupin it is considered by the court that the plaintiff do recover of the said defendant the sum of Five Hundred and three Dollars and forty five cents prinipal debt and the sum of seventy one Dollars and ninty five cents for interest on said principal to date. And the sum of Ten dollars and Sixty cents for his cost in this suit in this behalf laid out and expended And the defendant in mercy

Adam Jones for plaintiffs atty

Principal $503.45
Interest to date 71.95 Judgement Entered January 19 1863
Cost 10.60

Judgement satisfied in full Dec 10 1863 S Kitchens D Clerk

 

Case No 7

Georgia Glasscock County

To the Hon the Inferior Court of said county The Petition of Adam Jones Administrator of Laurence Kitchens deceased shows that Thomas Dickson principal and Vincent Davis & Calvin Logue securities all of said county is indebted to him in the sum of five hundred and thirty five dollars besides interest on a promisory note dated January 30th 1860 and due the 25th day of December next thereafter (a copy of which is hereto attached) which said note the said defendants refuses to pay. Therefore your petitioner prays process may issue requiring the Said Defendants to be and appear at the next Inferior court for said county then and there to answer petitioners complaint
R F Jones Plffs Atty

Copy of note Sued on
$535 on or before the Twenty fifth day of December next we or either of us promise to pay Laurence Kitchens

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Or bearer Five Hundred and thirty five Dollars for value received January 30th 1860

Thomas Dickson (his mark)

Vincent Davis Security (his Mark)
Calvin Logue Security

Original filed in office June 23rd 1862

S Kitchens Clk

Georgia Glasscock County
To the Sheriff of said county Greeting


Adam Jones Administrator &c vs Thomas Dickson Vincent Davis & Calvin Logue, The defendants are hereby required in person or by attny to be and appear at the inferior court next to be holden in and for said county at the court house in Gibson on the third Monday in July next to answer the plaintiff in an action of complaint as in default of such appearance the court will proceed thereon as to Justice may appertain
Witness the Hon B B Kitchens one of the Judges of said court this 24th day of June 1862

Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clerk

We acknowledge due and legal service of the within writ, waive copy writ original and copy process and all further service

Vincent Davis (his mark)
Calvin Logue by atty in fact
Jeremiah Logue

Served a copy of the within on the dedendar Thomas Dickson by leaving it at his usual abode June 25th 1863
Ezekiel Mathews Dep Sheriff

Verdict
We the jury find for the plaintiff the sum of five hundred and thirty five dollars principle and the further sum of Seventy five and two cents for interest and cost of suit this January 19th 1863
S W Lockhart foreman

JUDEMENT
Whereupon it is considered by the court that the plaintiff do recover of the said defendants the sum of five hundred and thirty five dollars for his principal debt and the sum of seventy eight Dollars and two cents interest on said principal to date and the further sum of Ten Dollars and sixty cents for his cost about this suit in this behalf expended and defendant in mercy &c
Adam Jones adm for plaintiff atty

Principal $535.00
Interest 78.02 Judgement Entered January 19th 1863
Cost 10.60

Satisfied in full Dec 10th 1863

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State of Georgia Glasscock County
To the Honorable Inferior court of Said county The petition of John R Spence &o a copartnership concern composed of John R Spence and William H Smith showeth that Andrew J Chambers of said county is indebted to them in the sum of ninty seven dollars and fifty Two cents besides Interest on Two notes one dated July 21st 1860 and due five months after date the other dated August 11th 1860 and due December 25th 1860 which notes the said Andrew J Chambers refuses to pay. Wherefore your Petitioner prays process may issue requiring the said Andrew J Chambers to be and appear at the next Inferior court for said county to answer your Petitioners Complaint

Isaac B Huff Plaintiffs Attorney

Copy of Note sued on
$52.50 Warrenton July 21st 1860 Five months after date I promise to pay John R Spence & co or bearer Fifty two 50/00 dollars value recd
Signed A J Chambers

$45 By the Twenty fifth day of December next I promise to pay J R Spence & Co or bearer the sum of forty five dollars value recd
Warrenton August 11th 1860 Signed A J Chambers

No t Glassock Inferior Court July Term 1863


John R Spence
vs Complaint on note
Andrew J Chambers


Original filed in office March 20th 1862
S Kitchens Dep Clerk

State of Georgia Glasscock County


John R Spence
vs Complaint on note
Andrew J Chambers

To the Sheriff od Said County Greeting. The defendant Andrew J Chambers is hereby required in person or by attorney to be and appear at the Inferior court next to be holden in and for the county aforesaid on the third Monday in July 1862 then and there to answer the plaintiff in an action of complaint &c as in default of such appearance said court will proceed theron as to Justice may appertain. Witness the Hon Richard Walden one of the Judges of said court this 12th day of May Eighteen hundred and Sixty two

S Kitchens Dep Clerk


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John R Spence vs Andrew J Chambers
Inferior court January Term 1863

Verdict-We the jury find for the plaintiff ninty seven dollars and fifty two cents principal and fourteen dollars and sixty cents interest to date and cost of suit January 19th 1863

S W Lockhart foreman

Judgement
Wherefore it is considered by the court that the said plaintiffs do recover of the said defendant the sum of ninty seven dollars for their principal debt and fourteen dollars and sixty cents for their interest on Said principal to date and the further sum of Ten Dollars and Sixty cents for their cost about this suit in this behalf expended and the defendant in mercy &c

Isaac B Huff Plaintiffs Attorney

Principal $97.52
Interest 14.60 Judgement entered January 19th 1863
Cost 10.60

Recorded October 15th 1863 by Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clerk

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Georgia Glasscock County

To the Honorable William M Kelly one of the justices of the Inferior court of said county

The petition of Eli Harris shows that he is illigally restrained of his liberty by William J Usry of said county sub Enrolling officer of the Confederate States for said county under the precinct that your petitioner is subject to perform military Service in the army of the Condederate States your petitioner shows that if he was ever Subject he has been regularly discharged from said Service by reason of his having furnished a Substitute in the person of John K Brown who was Examined by competent military authority and accepted and mustered into Service that he was one forty five years of age and that he is in Said Service at this time as your petitioner is advised and believes. The regularity of Said Substitution will appear by reference to a paper given to and believed now to be in the possession of Said Sub Enrolling officer. Your petitioner avers that he was discharged and mustered out of Service of the Confederate States wherefore he prays your Honor to issue in his behalf the States writ of Habeus Corpus to be directed to the Said William J Usry commanding and requiring him to have your petition before your Honor at such time and place as to your Honor may seem meet to the end that he may be dealt with as the law directs

T H Saffold Pets Atty

Georgia Glascock County
Before me Eli Harris who on oath says that what is contained in the above petition is true sworn to and subscribed before me Feb 10?st 1864 William M Kelly JIC Eli Harris

Georgia Glasscock County

To William J Usry Sub Enrolling office your are hereby commanded to produce the body of Eli Harris alleged to be illegally detained by you before me at Gibson on the 25th day of February 1864 by 10 oc AM then and there to be dealt with as the Law directs Given under my hand and official Signature this 16th day of February 1864
Wm M Kelly JIC


Served a true copy of the above on the person of William J Usry this the 18th day of February 1864

Joseph Raly Shff

Continued until the 10th of March by consent of p___

Feb 25th 1864
W L Coleman JIC
Allen Moat JIC
Richard Walden

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In answer to the writ of Habeus Corpus in this case the defendant returns that the said Eli Harris was in his custody under orders from his Superior officer for a failure to report to the camp of intruction No 2 of this state at the time of the service of this writ he being between the ages of 18 & 45 years and he now proposes in the presence of the court to discharge him from arest

Sworn to and subscribed before me March 10th 1864
Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clerk W J Usry

Recorded March 29th 1864 by Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clerk

 


Charles H Kitchens

Vs Habeus Corpus

William J Usry Glasscock Inferior Court

Sub Emrolling Officer

Georgia Glasscock County
To the Honorable Richard Walden one of the Justices of the Inferior court of said county. The petition of Charles A Kitchens respectfully shows that he is illegally restrained of his liberty by William J Usry of said county Sub Enrolling officer of the Condederate States under the pretext that your petition is subject to perform military duty under the several acts of the Confederate Congress that he has been enrolled by said Sub Enrolling officer and ordered into Service. Your petitioner denies the authority to enroll him as aforesaid or to order him into Service because on the 11th day of July 1862 he presented one Benjamin B Black to the commanding officer of the 48th Ga Regt then on duty (to which your petitioner was attached as a private) as a Substitute and after examination said Substitute was accepted, and your petitioner himself discharged from Said Service as will appear by reference to his original papers a copy of which is hereto annexed

Head Quarters 48 Ga Regt
I do hereby certify that I have carefully examined B B Black and find that he is competent and able to discharge military duty Given under my hand 11th day of July 1862

M E Swinny

Surg 48 Ga Regt

Head Quarters 48 Regt Ga Vol

I do hereby certify that Charles H Kitchens of Glasscock county Georgia a member of my company Infantry

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Having furnished an able bodied man well clothed in ther person of Benjamin B Black which exempts him from military duty by reason of age (46 years 17th July 1862) who has been accepted by me for the war as his substitute and he has this day been discharged from Said company under the law and orders regulating the same

Approved by Allen Kelly Capt
William Gibson Commd Co A

Col 48th Ga Val

I Benjamin B Black a citizen of Washington County State of Georgia do hereby certify and acknowledge that I have this day received Eleven hundred Dollars in full payment for my service as a Substitute for the war in Charles Kitchens place which service I pledge myself to perform in his place in Capt A Kellyís company A 48 Regiment Georgia Volunteers
Camp 48 Georgia Regiment July 11th 1862
Test E G Scruggs Benjamin B Black

By reason of said contract and discharge your petitoner claims that he is not subject to military service as afore said and that his arrest is illegal. Wherefore he pray your Honor to issue in his behalf the states writ of Habeus Corpus to be directed to the said William J Usry commanding and requiring him to produce the body of your petitioner before your before your honor at such time and place as to your Honor may seem meet to the end that he may be dealt with as the law directs

E H Pottle? Pets atty

Georgia Glasscock County
Before me Charles H Kitchens who on oath says that what is contained in the ____ing petition is true to the best of his knowledge and belief Sworn to and subscribed before me this 2nd day of March 1864 Richard Walden JIC Charles H Kitchens

Georgia Glasscock County

To William J Usry Sub Enrolling officer. Your are herby commanded to produce the body of Charles H Kitchens alleged to be illegally detained by you together with the cause of his detention before me at Gibson on the 10th day of March 1864 to be dealt with as the Law directs Given under my hand and official Signature this 2 day of March 1864

Richard Walden JIC

Served a true copy of the within writ on the person of William J Usry March 3rd 1864

Joseph Raly Shff

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In answer to the writ of Habeas Corpus in this case the defendant returns that Charles H Kitchens was arrested by him under orders from his superior officer for failure to report at the camp of instruction in this State he being between 18 & 45 year old but on this day in presece of the court he proposes to discharg him from arrest

Sworn to and Subscribed before me this March 10th 1864

Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clerk W J Usry

Recorded March 29th 1864 by Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clk

 

Georgia Glascock County
To the Honorable Allen Moat one of the Justices of the Inferior Court of said county

The petition of William Hart showeth that he is illegally restrained of his liberty by William J Usry Sub Enrolling officer of the confederate states for said county for that on the 9th day of February Eighteen hundred and Sixty four the said William J Usry acting as Sub enrolling officer as aforesaid did arrest your petitioner as a conscript under the Several acts of conscription of the Congress of the Confederate States and did ther require him to enter the Service of the confederate states as a Soldier. Your petitioner denies the right of said restraint and alleges that he is advised and believes that said enrollement is illegal because on or about the 4th of March 1862 he entered said army and was honorably discharged from said Service on the ___ day of October or November 1862 by reason of his having put in a Substitute that said Substitute was William Johnson of Washington Co Georgia was about fifty three years of age and was accepted by Capt E G Scruggs commanding Co A 48 Ga Regt at the day and time aforesaid in the room and Stead of your petitioner and was released and discharged by said E G Scruggs as aforesaid that on said discharge said William Johnson is reported to be forty seven years whereupon your petitioner avers from the statement made by said substitute that he was fifty three years old and which statement he expects to be able to prove. Wherefore your petitioner prays your Honor to issue in his behalf the states writ of Habeas Corpus to be directed to the said William J Usry commanding and requiring him to bring your petitioner before your Honor with the cause of his detention

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at such time and place as to your Honor may seem meet that he may be disposed of as the Law directs

E H Pottle Pets Atty

Georgia Glasscock County

Personally appeared before me William Hart who on oath says that what is contained in the praying? Petition is true to the best of his Knowledge and belife

Sworn to and Subscribed before me this 29th day of February 1864

Allen Moat JIC William Hart

Georgia Glascock County
To William J Usry Sub Enrolling officer you are hereby commanded to produce the body of William Hart alleged to be illegally detained by you before me with the cause of his detention on the tenth day of March 1864 at Gibson then and there to be disposed of as the Law directs Given under my hand and official Signature this 29th day of February 1864
Allen Moat JIC

Executed the within by giving a copy to William J Usry on the first day of March 1864

Joday Harris Const

In answer to the writ of Habeus Corpus in this case the defendant returns that William Hart was arrested by him under orders from his Superior officer for faiure to report at the camp of instruction ___ of this state but on this day in presence of the court he proposes to discharge him from arrest sworn to and Subscribed before me March 10th 1864
Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clerk W J Usry

The foregoing writ Recorded by me March 29th 1864

Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clk

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Georgia Glasscock County

To the Honroable Allen Moat one of the Justices of the Inferior court of said county. The petition of Seth H Wilson respectfully showeth that he is illegally restrained of his liberty by William J Usry of said county Sub Enrolling officer of the Confederate States for said county. For that the said William J Usry did on the 9th day of February Eighteen hundred and sixty four enroll your petitioner as a conscript claiming him to be subject to the several acts of conscription of the Confederate Congress and liable to perform Service in the army of the Confederate States your petitioner claims that the pretext is without Law or authority for that your petitioner on the 10thday of July 1862 being then Subject to conscripttion did contract with one Samuel M Sammons to Serve as a substitute in the place stead of your petitioner and did tender said substitute to the proper military authorities which military authority did after examination accept said Samuel M Sammons as a substitute in the place of your petitioner and did make and deliver to your petitioner a discharge of which the following is a copy

Camp Davis near Sunry? Island
July 10th 1862

Jackson County Ala I certify that I have carefully examined Samuel M Sammon of Decatur County Ga who offer himself as a Substitute for S H Wilson of Decatur County Georgia and find him in every way capable to discharge the duties of a Soldier hear recommend that he be taken as a Substitute

J Young Surgeon
54 Georgia Reg/P A C S

I certify that S H Wilson of Decatur county Georgia has duly entered into service of the Confederate Service and offers Samuel M Sammons of Decatur County Geo as his substitute with a surgeons certificate of soundness who to my own knownedged is not a conscript this to be a lawful discharge of the said Seth H Wilson and the Said Samuel M Sammons received in his room and stead and he is released from all Service whatever and that I have not received any Substitute for this month given under me


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Hand at company H head quarters 54 Regt Ga Vol Said Samuel M Sammons is fifteen years & Six months old
L C Bryan Commanding

Co A 54 Regt Ga Vol

Examined approved and discharged by SóDe Graffinreid commanding officer

Decatur & Miller Cos

Your petitoner further shows that he employed said Substitute for a valueable consideration and was in good faith enlisted in said service wherefore he prays your Honor to issue in his behalf the states writ of Habeas Corpus to be directed to the said William J Usry commanding and requiring him to bring your petitioner before your Honor at such time and place as to your Honor may seem meet together with the cause of his detention to the end that he may be disposed of as the law directs. E H Pattle> Pets atty

Georgia Glascock County

Before me personally came Seth H Wilson who on oath says that the facts contained in the foregoing petition are true to the best of his knowledge and belief Sworn to and Subscribed before me this fourth of March 1864

Allen Moat JIC S H Wilson

Georgia Glascock County
To William J Usry Sub enrolling officer you are hereby commanded to produce the body of Seth H Wilson alleged to be illegally detained by you with cuase of his detention before me at Gibson on the tenth day of March 1864 then and there to be disposed of as the Law directs Given under my hand and official Signature this first day of March 1864 Allen Moat JIC Executed the within by giving a copy to William J Usry on the first day of March 1864 Joday Harris Const

In answer to the writ of Habeus Corpus in this case the defendant returns that he arrested S H wilson by orders of his superior officer for failure to report at the camp instruction No 2 of this state and he now proposes in the presence of the court to discharge him from arrest Sworn to and subscribed before me March 10th 1864 Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clerk W J Usry

Recorded March 29th 1864 by Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clerk

 

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Georgia Warren County

Received of John A Lazenby Ten Thousand & Seventy five dollars in full Payment for Twenty three Negroes named Haggie about fifty years old Jack about 60 years old Mitchel about 22 years old Paytrum? 24 years old Israel 26 years old Clara 35 years old Clark 25 years old Marinda about 18 years old Lettie about 22 years old Marinda about 18 years old Lucy 12 yrs old Billy about 12 yrs old Gracy 10 yrs old Baldwin about 6 yrs old Sterling about 4 yrs old Elijah about 6 months old Sylva about 6 yrs old Sarah about 4 yrs old Jessie 2 yrs old Patsy about 8 yrs old Bob about six yrs old Mary about 1 yr old & Herschel about 6 yrs old all of which Said negroes I do hereby Bargain Convey & Sell unto the Said John A Lazenby & his heirs forever against the claim of my Self & my heirs asigns Executors & Administrators in consideration of Said Sum of money aforesaid in Witness Whereof I have Hereunto Set my hand & Seal this 3rd day of December 1856
Wm Gibson Sterling Gibson
James M Nunn
Vincent T Hart

Georgia Glasscock County
Personally appeared before me a justice of the Peace in and for Said county James M Nunn who on oath Says that he saw Sterling Gibson Sign Seal and Deliver the within Bill of Sale to John A Lazenby on the Day and year stated and that the Same done in the presence of Vincent T Hart and William Gibson James M Nunn
Sworn to and Subscribed

Before me this February 13th 1858
Larkin Wilcher J P
Recorded Feby 24th 1858
Richard Walden Clerk

Georgia Glascock County

Know all men by these presents that I Jerusha Kent of the county and State afforsaid for and in consideration of the Sum Three Hundred and Thirty Seven Dollars and a half cash in hand paid at and before the Sealing and Delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby Acknowledged as well as for the Better Securing the payment of certain promissory notes said Jerusha Kent hath this day made and delivered to Nathaniel Thompson of the Same place Bearing Even? Date with these presents and Becoming due on the Twenty fifth of December next whereby Said Jerusha Kent promises to pay said Nathaniel Thompson or bearer Three Hundred and thirty seven Dollars and a half for value Received hath Bargained and sold to Lorenzo D Downs and Wily G Braddy the Following Property to wit a certain negro Girle named Mahalah of Dark complection about Eighteen years of about ordinary hight to have and to hold the said Bargained Property to theire the Said Lorenzo D Downs and Wily G Braddy thiere heirs and assigns forever and I the
Said Jerusha Kent for my Self and my hiers Executors and Administrators the Said Bargained property the said Lorenzo D Downs & Wily G Braddy theire heirs and assigns against me my Executors and Adminstrators and against all and ____, other person and persons whatever shall and will warrant and Defend by these present Provided netherless that if the said Jarusha Kent her Exetors and Administrators Shall and do will and pay or caudes to be paid unto the said Nathaniel Thompson his heirs and assigns the aforementioned of Three hundred and Thirty Seven Dollars and a half the day mentioned and appointed for the payment ___ in Said promissory notes with Law ful Interest for same according to the Tenor of Said notes then and Thenceforth as well this Bill of Sale and the Right to property therby conveyed as the Said promissory notes ___ cease determine and be void to all intents and purposs. In Testimony whereof the said Jerusha Kent hath hereunto Set her hand and affixed her Seal this 16th January 1858
Signed Sealed and
delivered in presence of Jarusha Kent (her mark)
David Morgan
Larkin Wilcher JP

 

State of Georgia Glasscock County
This indenture made and entered into this fifth day of November in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and Sixty Eight between Marina Walden of the State and County aforesaid of the one part and Reason Walden of the Same place of the other part. Witness that the Said Marina Walden for and in consideration of the Sum of Ten Dollars Cash in hand paid the Receipt whereof are hereby acknolledged and for and in concideration of the natural love which She bears towards her son, Reason Walden, hath granted bargined Sold and conveyed and doth by these presents grant bargin Sell and Convey unto the Said Reason Walden his heirs and assigns all that tract or parcel of Land Situated lying and being in Said County ajoining lands of Kincan Davis, J S Wilcher G W Allen and others containing Two hundred and Three acres more or less also one mare and nine head of hogs to have and to hold Said tract or parcel of Land and Stock unto him the Said Reasan Walden his heirs and assigns together and appertenance? Theeof to the Same in any manner belonging to his or there own proper use benefit and be half forever in fee simple and the Said Marina Walden for herself her heirs Executors and Administrators will warrant and forever defend the rights and titles thereof against the claims of all other persons whomsoever.
In witness whereof the Said Marina Waldin hathe hereunto Set her hand and affixed her Seal
The day and year above writin
Signed Sealed and delivered in the presents of
F M Walker Marina Walden (her mark)
Henry Logue Ordinary

Recorded Nov 6th 1858

G O Hudson Clk

 

Deed From W J W Kent to James G Harrison

State of Georgia Glasscock County
This indenture made this the Thirty first day of October in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and Sixty between William J W Kent of the State and county aforesaid of the one part and James G Harrison of the county of Washington and state aforesaid of the other part
Witnesseth that the Said William J W Kent for and in consideration of the Sum of Seven hundred dollars to him in hand paid at and before the Sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted Sold and conveyed and doth by these presents Grant Bragain Sell and convey unto the Said James G Harrison his heirs and assigns all that tract or parcel of Land Situate lying and being in the county of Glasscock on the waters of Ogeechee River containing one hundred and eleven and ĺ acres more or less adjoining Lands north belonging to John W Hattaway. East Hiram H Hawkins South & West James M Nunn

To have and to hold said tract or parcel of Land to him the Said James G Harrison his heirs and assigns together with all and Singular the rights members and appertenances thereof to the Same in any manner belonging to his and their own proper use benefit and behoof forever in fee simple
And the Said William J W Kent for himself his heirs and Administrators the Bargained premises to the Said James G Harrison his heirs and assigns will warrant and forever defend the rights and titles therof against themselves and against the claim of all other persons whomsoever. In witness whereof the Said William J W Kent hast hereunto set his hand and affixed his Seal the day and year above written
Signed Sealed and delivered Wiliam J W Kent
in presence of
John W Hattaway
James M Nunn J P

Georgia Glasscock County-The above deed from William J W Kent to James G Harrison Recorded July 19th 1862 By
Seaborn Kitchens Dept Clerk
Supr Court

 

Georgia Warren County
This indenture made this ninteenth of January in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight hundred and fifty between Thomas Kent of the county and State aforesaid of the one part and Martha Brown of the same place of the other part

Witness that the Said Thomas Kent for and in consideration of the sum of Two hundred and fifty dollar to him in hand paid at and before the Sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is herby acknowledged hath granted bargained Sold and conveyed and by these presents do grant Bargain Sell and convey unto her the said Martha Brown her heirs and assigns a tract or parcel of Land lying on the waters of Big Creek in the county of Warren containing one hundred and thirty acres being the same more or less being on the east side of the old Ogeechee Road on a pine runing nearly a west course to a Black Jack corner thence nearly a North course to the Branch to a Sassafris corner thence up the Branch thence leaving the branch to a pine corner on the Thigpen line thence Nearly a S E course across said Branch to a short leaf pine corner thence along Simpsonís line to a pine corner thence along Simpsonís line nearly E course across the Big Road to a pine corner thence to the beginning corner to have and hold said tract or parcel of Land unto her the Said Martha Brown and the said tract or parcel of Land is not to (be) sold nor disposed of in the lifetime of the said Thomas Kent in no way or manner and assigns together with all and singular the rights members and appartenances thereof to the Same in any manner belonging to her and their own proper use benefit and behood forever in fee simple. And the said Thomas Kent as aforesaid for himself his heirs Executors and Administrators the Said bargained premises unto her the said Martha Brown heirs children and assigns will warrant and forever defend the rights and titles thereof against the claims of all persons or person whatever. In witness whereof the Said Thomas Kent hath hereunto Set his hand and seal the day and year above written Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of us
Samuel W Lockhart Thomas Kent
Larkin Wilcher J P

Recorded August 22th 1865 By Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clerk

 

Georgia Warren County

Know all men by these presents that I Sterling Gibson in my own Right & my wife of the county of Warren and State of Georgia for and in consideration of the Sum of five thousand & Eight hundred Dollars to him in hand well and TrulyPaid by John A Lazenby of the county of Warren and State of georgia at and before the Sealing and the Delivery of these Presents. The Receipt of which is hereby Acknowledged have granted Bargained Sold Released conveyed and confirmed and do hereby grant Bargain Sell Releas Convey and confirm unto the said John A Lazenby his heirs and Assigns all that Tract of Land Lying in Said County on the Ogeechee River containing Eight Hundred Acres more or less Beginning on a pine on Mrs Hilsons Line S52W.77c.50L To a Dogwood Corner S15.W.4c10L to a bay corner on a Branch S4W____ to an Iron Wood + S.39.W1c.10L to a white oak + S.65W.1c. 80L. to a Red Oak corner there with Meanderings of Said Branch to Ogeechee River thence up Said River with meanderings to a Burch corner W. R. Hunters corner thence with is Linde N.15.E. to a Branch thence up Meanderings of Said Branch to a corner. 17c. & thence with his Line to a Post Oak corner thence with his line to a staked corner thence with Warren G Hunters Line to a Hickory corner W R Hunters corner thence along his line to Mrs Hilsons corner thence with her line to a J___ corner thence along Mrs Hilsons Line to the Beginning it being the upper part of the Track of Land belonging to the estate of Reuben May a Plat of which is hereto attached in which said Lands are ____ _____ ___ Together with all and Singular the Rights Easements ways members and appertenances to the Said tract of Land being Belonging are in any wise appertaining and the Remaindars Reversions rents ___ and profits thereof and Every part thereof to have and to hold the Said Tract of Land and all and Singular the Premises and appertenances thereunto Belonging as afforsaid and Every Part thereof unto the Said John A Lazenby his heirs and assigns for ever and I the said Sterling Gibson and my heirs Executors and administrators the said tract of Land and premises afforesaid and Every Part thereof unto the said John A Lazenby and his heirs and Assigns against him Self and his heirs Executots and Administrators and all and Every other person or persons whomsoever do warrant and will forever defend by these presents in witness whereof the Said Sterling Gibson have hereunto Set his hand and Seal this third day of December one Thousand Eight hundred and fifty Six

Signed Sealed and Delivered Sterling Gibson
in the Presents of
Wm Gibson Recorded Feby 24th 1858

James M Nunn
Vincent T Hart Richard Walden Clk

Georgia Glasscock County
Personally appeared befor me a justice of the peace in and for Said county James M Nunn who on oath Says that he Seen Sterling Gibson Sign Seal and Delive the within deed to John A Lazenby on the day and year Stated and that the Same was done in the Presence of Vincent T Hart and William Gibson James M Nunn
Sworn to & Subscribed
Before me this January Recorded Feby 24th 1858
1858
Larkin Wilcher J P Richard Walden Clk

Georgia Warren County

This agreement witnesseth that I have received from J A Lazenby one half the amounts of the Sales of the Perishable property Belonging to the Estate of Reuben May Deceased Also Three Thousand Dollars Allowed me as per Agreement and I do Relinguish all my right & Title to the notes & accounts in his possession & articles Purchased by him at Sale admitting & binding my Self to Pay one half of the Indebtedness of Said Estate having now Received one half of Said Estate Excepting as above stated
Witness my hand & seal this 3rd of Decr 1856
Wm Gibson Sterling Gibson
James M Nunn
Vincent T Hart Recorded Feby 24th 1858 Richard Walden Clk

Georgia Glascock County
Personally appeared before me a justice of the Peace in and for Said county James M Nunn who on oath Says that he Saw Sterling Gibson Sign Seal and Deliver the within Agreement to John A Lazenby on the day and year Stated and that the Same was Done in presence of Vincent T Hart and William Gibson Sworn to & Subscribed before this February 13th
James M Nunn

Larkin Wilcher J P Recorded Feby 24th 1858 Richard Walden Clk

 

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State of Georgia Glassock County This indenture made the Seventeenth day of March in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight hundred and Fifty Eight Between Jeremiah Wilcher Allen Kelly Calvin Logue & Peter Usry Inferior court in and for the County aforesaid of the one part and Nathaniel Thompson of the Same place on the other part Witnesseth that the Said Justices of the Inferior Court aforesaid for and in consideration of the Sum of Forty Seven Dollars to them in hand well and Truly paid by the Said Nathaniel Thompson at and before the Sealing and Delivery of these presents the Receipt whereof is hereby Acknowledged, Granted Bargained Sold Released Conveyed and Confirmed and by these presents do Grant Bargain Sell Releas Convey and confirm unto the Said Nathaniel Thompson his heirs and assigns all that Them Lots of Land Situate Lying and being in the Town of Gibson and county and State aforesaid one containing one Rood and nine perches Known and Destinguished in plan of Said Town and Lot No Twenty Six the other Adjoining Said Lot and known as Lot No Thirty Seven containing one Rood and Twenty Seven Perches Situate Lying and being in the Town of Gibson and County of Glasscock aforesaid Together with all and Singular the Rights members and appurtenances thereof what Soever Two Lots of Land being belonging and anywise appertaining and the Remainders Reversions Rents Issues and Rights Thereof and Every part thereof To have and to hold the Said Two Lots of Land and all and Singular the premises and appurtenances there unto belonging to the aforsaid and Every part thereof unto the Said Nathaniel Thompson his heirs and assigns forever and the Said Justice of the Inferior Court & There Successons the Said Two Lots of Land and premises aforesaid on Every Part thereof unto the Said Nathaniel Thompson his heirs and assigns against them the Said Justices the Inferior Court and there Sucessors and all and Every other persons and persons whomsoever Shall and will Warrant and forever Defend by these presents in witness Whereof the Said Justices of the Inferior Court Hath Hereunto Set hands and Seal the Day and year first above written Sealed and delivered in presence of
Daniel Glover Jeremiah Wilcher
Richard Walden Clerk Calvin Logue JIC

Allen Kelley JIC
Peter Usry JIC

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Monday May 21st 1858

Inferior Court Glasscock County Georgia met According to Law Present there Honors Peter Usry Jeremiah Wilcher Calvin Logue Allen Kelly

Jury No 1 Sworn Impaled for the present Term

1. L B W Carter
2. Stephen Toler

3. Franklin Walden

4. Bynum Dickson
5. David C Cumming
6. Johnathan H Baker
7. William U Bales
8. Eli Harris
9. Joseph Hopkins
10. Benaja Underwood
11. William D Wilcher
12. John C Bales


1. Robert Lewis vs Jennings & Riviere
Debt In Warren Inferior Court the Death of John C Jennings out of the firm of Jennings &
Riviere and one of the defendants in the above case is suggested

2. Gibson & Huff-Robert Lewis vs Jennings & Riviere Default August Term 1857 death of
John C Jennings one of the defendants Suggested February Term 1858

3. Robert Lewis vs Jennings & Rivire Debt The death of one of the defendants in the above
stated case to wit John C Jennings having been suggested on the merit of Said court it is
ordered by the Court that the case prosed against John K Rivier the Surviving Partner of
the firm of Jennings & Rivier August Term 1857


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May Term 1858
To the clerk of the Inferior Court of Glasscock County the above Case of Lewis vs Jennings & Riviere has not been Trasfered I Send you the case as it stands Stated in the Dockett and the order & Co which is true copy of the Record as found in my office
Given under my Hand the 24th May 1858
R M Wilder Clk


Robert Lewis vs John K Riviere Surviving Partner

Debt We the jury find for the plaintiff Two hundred and Twenty nine dollars and fifty cents with Interest and cost of Suit May 24th 1858 Eli Harris foreman


John Toler vs Jeremiah Killebrew

Settled at defendants cost


John Smith, bearer vs Joel Todd, William Todd and Elcana Todd

Settled and cost paid

It is ordered by the court that the Sheriff after Retaining all Legal cost due him and his Deputy and Said fifas pay the Ballence over to Isaac B Huff attorney for C A Williams & Son and enter the amount thus paid as a credit on the said fifa

Calvin Logue JIC

Allen Kelly JIC
Jeremiah Wilcher JIC
Peter Usry JIC

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Inferior Court May Term 1858 upon hering the petition of Sarahann and Vinah Ruff free persons of collor of Said county for the appointment of Augustus Neal there guardian it is ordered by the court that Said Augus Neal be appointed Guardian of Said free persons of Color by his giving bond and Security in the Sum of Six Hundred dollars this May 24th 1858

Allen Kelly JIC
Peter Usry JIC
Jeremiah Wilcher JIC
Calvin Logue JIC

A list of Jurors Drawn for the Inferior Court November Term 1858

1. John Kent
2. Wilson Moat
3. Joel English
4. James R Snider
5. Robert C Amerson
6. Seth Wilson Sn

7. William Swint
8. James Mixin
9. Julious C A Wilcher

10. Jasper N Wilcher
11. Henry Mc Niel
12. John Dickson

13. William Avry
14. Richard Hobbs

15. John Thompson
16. Roling Williams
17. Timothy Kitchens
18. Thomas Glover
19. Jeremah Beckworth
20. Elisha Dunham
21. John L Hilson
22. Federic Wilcher
23. John Marsh

24. Thomas Cooper

25. Samuel Chalker

26. William Ded Wilder
27. Isaac Walden
28. Henry Howell
29. Cimeon Kitchens
30. Jeremiah Killebrew

31. Linson Braddy
32. Willis Beckworth
33. Abel Hattaway
34. William Williford
35. Lewis Raban

  1. Jefferson Copling

The Honorable Inferior Court Adjourned till Court in ___ May 24th 1858

Richard Walden Dept Clk
Calvin Logue JIC
Allen Kelley JIC
Jeremiah Wilcher JIC
Peter Usry JIC


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No 3 Glasscock Inferior Court July Term 1863

Shields Smith & Co vs Larking Wilcher-Debt
Original filed in office March 20th 1862 S Kitchens Dep Clerk

I acknowledge due and legal services of this writ waive copy original and copy process and all the formalities or futher Service
This April 29th 1862 attest Larkin Wilcher
Seaborn Kitchens Dep Clerk

Copy of the notes Sued on
$57.82/100 Warrenton April 27th 1857 one day after date I promise to pay to Shields Smith & co or Bearer Fifty seven 82/00 dollars value received Larkin Wilcher

$58.70 Warrenton Geo March 18th 1858 one day after date I promise to pay Shields Smith & co or bearer Fifty eight 70/00 Dollars with interest from the first day of January Last for value received Witness my hand & Seal Larkin Wilcher

Verdict of the Jury
We the Jury for the plaintiffs ninty five dollars and Eighteen cents Principal and thirty three dollars and Twenty cents interest to date and cost of suit
January 19th 1863 S/L W Lockhart Foreman

Judgement Whereupon it is considered by the court that the said plaintiff do recover of the Said defendant the sum of ninty five dollars and eighteen cents for their principal debt and thirty three dollars and Twenty cents for their interest to date and the further sum of Eight Dollars and Sixty Cents for their cost about this suit in this behalf Expended and the defendant in mercy
Isaac B Huff Plaintiffs Attorney

Principal $95.18
Interest 33.20 Judgment Entered january 19th 1863
Cost 8.60

 


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