RUSSELL COUNTY, VIRGINIA LAW ORDER BOOK 3 (1799 - 1808) Part 1

Abstracted By Rhonda Robertson

P1 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, June 25, 1799. Present: John Tate, John Smith, James Dickenson, James Davison

P1 - Indenture from John Frazer & Mary to William Lawson, recorded

P1 - Indenture from Jesse Fraley & Mary to Peter & Alexander De Tubeuf, recorded

P1 - Roberd Duff, foreman, Abraham Fuller, John Salliers, James McKinney, John Counts, Solomon Salier, John Phillips, Samuel Stalliard, Patrick Porter, Jr., John Back, Dale Carter, Jacob Castle, Robert Masey, Wilson Vermillion, Andrew Martin, Thomas Nash, Henry Burk, Samuel Fields, Archer Jesse & Abraham Crabtree, grand jury

P1 - Surveyor of the main road from Thomas Hunt to John Phillips on Clinch for not clearing the road 30 feet wide and for not setting up sign posts at the forks of the Maiden Springs Road. Solomon Littons, Francis Browning, Martha Hays, James Gibson, Robert Vickers, Falling rock, the big spring and at the fork from the Salt Works down Cedar Creek by information of John Phillips, Samuel Stalliers, Henry Burk, Robert Masey, Andrew Martin, Wilson Vermillion, Samuel Fields, Dale Carter, John Salliers

P1 - Surveyors of the road from Mary Hays to Charles Crumbles for not clearing the same 30 feet wide and surveyor of road from Francis Brownings to said Crumbles and from Solomon Littons to Crumbles by information of Wilson Vermillion, Abraham Crabtree & Henry Burk, Andrew Martin

P2 - John Osborne for stopping the main road & John Willoughby for stopping the main road & David Cox for stopping the main road, information of Dale Carter & John Phillips

P2 - Surveyors of the road for not setting up sign posts at the forks of the road at the top of Mockerson Ridge the road from Russell Courthouse to William Owens and where the Castles Woods road intersects the French road and leaves it, information of James McKinney, Robert Duff, Dale Carter

P2 - Henry Smith (Glade Hollow) and Richard William for fighting & profane swearing on the 8th day at John Cannlers Store by information of Thomas Sargent, Samuel Fields , two farmers

P2 - John Willoughby for profane swearing an oath on this day by information of Dale Carter & John Beck, two farmers

P2 - James Tate vs George Miller, petition & summons, def to take depositions of Stephen Miller & Mary Miller

P2 - Alexander Whiteley, recognizance, to keep the peace more especially towards Mary Moore & Margaret Whiteley for 12 months. Securities: James Osborne & Littleberry Robinson

P3 - Mary Horton vs John Horton, case, pltf to pay costs accuring, leave to amend declaration

P3 - Edmund Stephen, assignee vs Patrick Coil, debt, dismissed, agreed

P3 - Commonweath vs Christopher Hains, presentment, dismissed

P3 - John Bennam vs William Tabour, petition & summons, suit dismissed at def costs

P3 - Commonwealth vs Shadrick Monk, presentment, dismissed

P3 - Commonwealth vs Daniel Davison, presentment, dismissed

P3 - Conrod Bott vs Patrick Kindrick, debt, pltf to amend declaration, suit remanded to rule dockett

P3 - Jacob Raresnake, surveyor of the road in place of Shadrick Monk, Andrew Cowan to furnish a list of tithables

P3 - Joseph Simerson vs Samuel Fields & Wife, case, suit dismissed

P4 - Commonwealth vs Stephen Miller, presentment for swearing 4 oaths, fined

and pay court costs

P4 - Commonwealth vs Robert Duff, presentment for profane swearing, fined

P4 - Commonwealth vs James Hogg, presentment for swearing 5 profane oaths, fined and pay costs

P4 - Commonwealth vs Willis, indictment, prosecutor called 3 times and did not appear, indictment is dismissed

P4 - Commonwealth pay Samuel Alley for 1 day as witness vs Miller

P4 - Henry Hursk vs Peter Anderson, case, dismissed at def cost

P4 - Commonwealth vs James Lemarr, summons to show why he should not be fined for refusing to give a list of taxable property on oath, pleads not guilty, suit dismissed

p5 - Henry Smith vs Joel Cook, debt, James Kinnard undertakes for the def

P5 - Robert Tate, comm of revenue, list of persons not giving list of their taxable property: John Starnes, Hugh Guthrie, Jacob Kinder, Stephen Osborne, Morgan Carter, Thomas Howard, Thomas Monahon & Ezekiel Bledsoe, summoned to show cause why they should not be fined

P5 - Absent: James Davison. Present: Andrew Cowan, Samuel Ritchie, Samuel Ewing, John Estill, Thomas Johnson

P5 - James McFarlane, Henry Bailey Greenwood & David Hanson recommended for Commission of the Peace

P5 - Richard Thompson vs Smith Deskins, detinue, writ of enquiry set aside, def states not guilty

P6 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, June 26, 1799. Present: Samuel Ewing, Thomas Johnson, James Davidson & John M. Estill

P6 - Daniel Young vs Patrick McDavid, case, dismissed by agreement

P6 - James Logan vs William Webb, chancery, depositions to be taken by both parties

P6 - Court adjourned to the new courthouse

P6 - Present: John Tate

P6 - George Fugate by Nancy Mahon vs Samuel Haddox, case, Jury; Jesse Friley, John Cockrell, John Riley, Thomas Vanhook, Benjamin Pendleton, Alexander Dunlop, John Fagan, William Owens, John Deskins, Jr., John Ward, Stephen Hogg & Richard Price, judgement granted pltf

P7 - Ralph Blankenship vs Joseph Belshey, case, dismissed,

P7 - Ralph Blankenship pay Joseph Thomas for 2 days as witness for him vs Joseph Belshey

P7 - Anne Spradling vs Champion Faris, case, dismissed for want of prosecution

P7 - Andrew Spradling vs Champion Faris, case, dismissed for want of prosecution

P7 - James Best vs Richard Daniel, case, pltf to amend declaration

P7 - James Best vs Joseph Jones, case, Jury; Abram Childers, Daniel Davidson, Joseph Sampson, Lazarus Damron, Housin Kinner, George Roberts, James Jackson, Isaac Minton, Joseph McFarlane, James Overton, Littleberry Robinson & Zachariah Salliers, judgement granted the pltf

P7 - James Best pay Walter Gray for 8 days as witness for him vs Joseph Jones

P7 - Patrick Riley vs James Bunch, case, def allowed to appear without bail, def by Henry Dixon, atty, Jury: Austin Bush, James Best, William Owens, Benjamin Fugate, John Deskins, Andrew Harvey, Alexander Dunlop, Stephen Hogg, Andrew Woolam, Lewis Conway, Benjamin Pendleton, William Strong, judgement granted pltf

P8 - Patrick Riley pay James jackson & Benjamin Fugate for 2 days as witnesses for him vs James Bunch

P8 - Richard Thompson vs Smith Deskins, dentinue, continued for pltf

P8 - Smith Deskins pay John Deskins, Sr. & Stephen Deskins for 2 days as witnesses for him vs Richard Thompson, also pay Lazarus Damron for 3 days as witnesses for him vs Richard Thompson

P8 - James Best pay Benjamin Pendleton for 6 days as witness for him vs Richard Daniel, also pay Edmund Pendleton & Hugh Monhollon for 9 days as witnesses for him vs Daniel

P8 - James Best vs William Huston, chancery, def not having filed answer with 3 months, judgement granted the pltf.

P9 - James Monroe Lesse of Robert Casteel vs Timothy Pickering, Ejectment, dismissed

P9 - Benjamin Howard vs Patrick McDavid, case, continued

P9 - Benjamin Howard vs Patrick McDavid, case, continued

P9 - Edmund Stephens, assignee vs Patrick Coil, debt, dismissed

P9 - Abraham Childers vs Peter Stacy, case, continued

P 9 - Ralph Blankenship vs Joseph Belshey, case, dismissed

P9 - Jesse Roberts for the benefit of John Vanpelt vs William Fields, case, Jury: William Hinds, John Ward, Jacob Castle, Ezekiel Sullivan, Edward Dorton, Solomon Frazer, Zach. Fugate, John Crank, Hugh Monhollon, Robert Vickers, Housin Keener, John Fagan, judgement granted pltf

P9 - Godfrey Isaacks vs Peter Stacy, debt, Jury; Benjamin Fugate, Benjamin Pendleton, Andrew Wollam, Stephen Hogg, Daniel Davidson, George Roberts, Anjer Price, William Owens, John Cockrell, Joseph McFarlane, William Dukes & Neal Sutherland, judgement granted pltf

P10 - John Fagan vs Elenor Ingram, etal, chancery, depositions taken be published, hearing set for next court

P10 - Anjer Price vs James Osborne, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P10 - William Strong vs Champion Faris, case, Jury: Benjamin Fugate, Benjamin Pendleton, Andrew Woolam, Stephen Hogg, DAniel Davison, George Roberts, Anjer Price, William Owens, John Cockrell, Joseph McFarlane, William Dukes and Neal Sutherland, judgement granted pltf

p10 - Patrick McDavid vs Isaac Collins, case, Daniel Sheffey, atty for def, Jury: William Strong, Joseph Sampson, Job Chapman, Isaac Minton, James Best, Thomas Vanhook, Ezekiel Sullivan, Zachariah Fugate, William Davis, Austin Bush, Thomas Stapleton & Alex. McFarlane, case concerns possession of cattle, suit continued until next court

P11 - James Tate pay Neal Sutherland for 1 day as witness for him vs George Miller

P11 - Colebird Fugate appointed collector of county levy for 1798

P11 - Motion of Colebird Fugate, collector of levy for 1798, Richard Price appointed deputy

P11 - George Fugate, recognizance bond with James Best & Joseph Tate, securities. To insure his good behavior particularly towards Isaac Minton for 12 months

P12 - John Estill, committee vs Joseph Culbertson, chancery, suit dismissed

P12 - John Estill, Committee vs John Willoughby, chancery, suit dismissed

P12 - John Estill, Committee vs Ralph Kilgore, chancery, suit dismissed

P12 - Walter Preston vs Jeremiah Patrick, debt, pltf not an inhabitant of the commonwealth, pltf ordered to give security for prosecution of his suit with in 60 days

P12 - Court, July 23, 1799. Present: John Tate, John Smith, Samuel Robinson & James Dickenson

P12 - Indenture from Patrick Riley to JOhn Riley, oaths of Nathan Ellington, Harry Smith & Henry Bowen, Catherine, wife of Patrick Riley being questioned, recorded

P12 - Indenture form William Dollerhide, atty in fact for Pemberton Burch? to Charles Keesee, recorded

P12 - Present: Henry Bowen & James Gibson

P13 - Indenture from George Reynold & Lucy to James Roberts, oaths of John Jessee & Charles Keezee, continued for further proof

P13 - John Osborne be surveyor of the road from the ford of the river to Stantons Creek and that Samuel Ritchie furnish a list of tithables

P13 - James Watson be surveyor of the road from Stanton Creek to Stony Creek and that Samuel Ritchie furnish him a list of tithables

P13 - John Stinson, Abner Vance, David Black, James McFarlane viewed a road from Samuel Robinsons to John Stinsons. Report: Beginning at Samuel Robinsons to a spur of the river mountain opposite Smith Willis where a small trace leads up the spurr from Willis, over the mountain with the trace to the river at David Blacks to the end of the chestnut spur, up the spur to the gap of the ridge where the old trace leads through to said Stinsons and with the trace to Stinsons. David Black appointed surveyor from Clinch River to John Stinsons and Abner Vance from the river to Samuel Robinsons, Samuel Robinsons to furnish a list of tithables

P13 - James Best vs William McDowell, petition & summons, pltf called 3 times but did not appear, suit dismissed for want of prosecution

P13 - Longs Executors vs Samuel Haddox, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P14 - Indenture from John McFarlane to James McFarlane, oaths of John Price & Richard Price, continued for further proof

P14 - Hugh Monhollon vs Patrick Mcdavid, petition & summons, dismissed

P14 - Patrick McDavid vs Housin Kinner, petition & summons, dismissed

P14 - Patrick McDavid vs Hugh Monhollon, petition & summons, dismissed

P14 - Will of Jonathan Brown, decd, oaths of James Bush, recorded

P14 - Whartons adm. vs Willoughby, petition & summons, continued

p14 - Motion of Charles Bickley & Susannah Brown, exec of the will of Jonathan Brown, decd, granted adm of this estate. Security: Littleberry Robinson

P14 - Thomas Dickenson, Christopher Gose, Littleberry Robinson & Austin Bush to appraise the slaves in the personal estate of Jonathan Brown, decd

P14 - Jacob Casel vs James Bush, injunction, judgement granted the pltf

P14 - Thomas Whiteley vs Peter Stacy, petition & summons, dismissed at def cost

P15 - Joseph Blackemore vs James Best, petition & summons, continued

P15 - David Thompson surveyor of the road in place of Daniel Davison and that James Davison furnish a list of tithables

P15 - James McKinney, Sr. surveyor of the road in place of John Fugit and that John Smith furnish a list of tithables

P15 - Thomas Hunt vs James Jones, adm. of Isaac Moore, decd, petition & summons, Daniel Sheffey atty for def, continued

P15 - James Brown, William McGuire, Archer Prater viewed a road from McGuires Mill to intersect the Kentucky Road. Isaac Johnson appointed surveyor and Samuel Robinson to furnish a list of tithables

P15 - William Webb vs James McFarlane, petition & summons, dismissed at pltfs cost

P15 - William Webb pay Solomon Litton & Samuel Robinson for 1 day as witnesses for him vs James McFarlane

P15 - Henry Smith, John Tate & Thomas Carter appointed Commissioner of the Peace

P16 - Richard Davis surveyor of the road in place of James Ovelton and that John Tate furnish a list of tithables

P16 - Court, August 27, 1799, Present: John Tate, Henry Bowen, James Davison, Thomas Johnson

P16 - Letter of atty from Peter Francis de Tubeuf to P. Alex. de Tubeuf, executor of which being certified by John Le Messwim, mayor of the town of Petersburg, recorded

P16 - Indenture from P. Alexander de Tubeuf & P. Francis de Tubeuf by his atty, P. Alexander deTubeuf to Louisa Duchense, recorded

P16 - Will of James Daniel, decd, oaths of James Daniel, Sr. & Sarah Danel, recorded

P16 - Indenture from James Daniel & nancy to Robert Smith, oath of John Ward, continued for further proof

P17 - Francis Smith licensed to practice law took oath of office

P17 - Indenture from Shadrick Monk & Mary to Jesse Belsher, recorded

P17 - Indenture from Hiram Kilgore to Andrew McClelland, recorded

P17 - John Tate produced a list of tithables for Richard Davis, surveyor of the road

P17 - John Smith produced a list of tithables for James McKinney, Sr.

P17 - John Stinson, Jeremiah Patrick, Sr., Jeremiah Patrick, Jr. to view a road from John Stinsons to Henry Smiths in the Richlands

P17 - 2 Indentures from David Calhoon, 1 to Stephen Gose and 1 to Christopher Gose, acknowledged by David & Fereby, his wife, recorded

P17 - Patrick Porter, Simon Cockrell, Stephen Osborne, John Montgomery to appraise the estate of James Alley, Sr., decd

P17 - Indenture from Nathan Watson to charles Bickley & John Damron, oaths of Robert Duff & Thomas Johnson, continued for further proof

P18 - Richard Price vs Robert Brown, attachments, Peter Anderson, constable summoned William Gilmore, exec of William Gilmore, decd as garnishee, states that there is a balance of a note due from the estate of William Gilmore, decd to the def., judgement granted the pltf, note to be paid to satisy attachment

P18 - Indenture from George Reynolds to James Roberts, oath of Archer Jesse, recorded

P18 - Robert Tate, Jr. produced account of service as comm of Revenue for the lower district

P18 - Jeremiah Patrick vs John Wilson, petition & summons, judgement granted pltf

P18 - Indenture from Grizler Haney to Richard Steele, oath of Edward Whitt, recorded

P18 - Indenture from John Mcfarlane to James McFarlane, oath of William Robinson, certified to the court of Wythe County

P18 - Richard Price, assignee vs William Robinson, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P19 - Richard Price vs William Robinson, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P19 - Thomas Hunt vs Moores adm., petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P19 - Edmund Smith vs Jeremiah Herral, petition & summons, dismissed at def cost

P19 - James Kain vs Samuel Strong, petition & summons, continued

P19 - James Best pay John W. Crunk for 2 days as witnesses for Richard Daniel for travelling 60 miles

P19 - James Tate vs George Miller, petition & summons, continued for def

P19 - James Tate pay Robert Tate for 2 days as witness for him vs George Miller, also pay Mary Tate, Neal Sutherland, Zachariah Salliers, Job Chapman, John Wood, Jacob Casel, Joseph Tate & John Tate for 1 day as witnesses for him vs George Miller

P19 - Robert Barns be surveyor of the road in place of Henry Bowen and that Henry Bowen furnish a list of tithables

P19 - William Pippin be surveyor of the road in place of Nathan Hobbs and that John Estill furnish him a list of tithables

P20 - Stephen Ogdon vs Robert Brown, attachment, Peter Anderson, constable, summoned William Gilmore, granishee, executor of the estate of William Gilmore, decd, balance of a note from the estate of William Gilmore, decd is owed to the def. Judgement granted the pltf

P20 - colebird Fugate collector of the levy for 1798 recommended Richard Davis for deputy

P20 - William Webb produced account of service as comm. of revenue for the upper district for 1799.

P20 - Harry Smith, deputy sheriff for H. Smith, sheriff, returned a list of insolvents and a list of lands within the county where he cannot find effects within the county belonging to the persons named in the list of insolvents, owners & tenants mentioned in the list of lands

P20 - John Tate assigned to furnish John Harris, surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P20 - Indenture from Hamlet Patterson to Samuel Taylor, recorded

P20 - Patrick McDavid committed to the jail at the suit of James Burnes. Brought into court by a warrant from Andrew Cowan, atty agreed to release him till next court

P21 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, September 24, 1799. Present: John Tate, James Dickenson, James Davison & Thomas Johnson

P21 - Indenture from William Turner to William Combs, oath of William Howerton, continued for further proof

P21 - Indenture from William Combs to William Howerton, recorded

P21 - Indenture from William Howerton to William Combs, recorded

P21 - Wilson Vermillion, foreman, Richard Fields, Joseph Fields, James Hendrixon, George Francisco, George Kindrick, Harris Willson, Robert Webb, John Short, John Back, Abram Auxer, William Monk, Alexander Shoemaker, Reuben Owens, Francis Price, Stephen Osborne, William Wright, Thomas Sargent, John Riley, William Crawford, William Dorton, Smith Deskins & Joseph Kizer,

P21 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road leading from John Deskins to the courthouse for not keeping the road in repair, information of George Francisco & Smith Deskins, farmers

P22 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road leading from James Gibsons down Cedar Creek to Martha Hays for not keeping the road in repair, oaths of Richard Fields & Wilson Vermillion, farmers

P22 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road leading from William Owens to courthouse for not keeping the road in repair, information of Francis Price & Reuben Owens

P22 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road leading from John Becks to the courthouse for not keeping the road in repair, information of John Riley, John Beck

P22 - Nathaniel Barnett, Sr. & Judah Evans for living in adultry by information of Harris Wilson & William Musick, farmers

P22 - Wilbourn Manadue for abusing Abram Auxer in his own house and blasphemy in his own house, information Abram Auxer, yeoman-informer

P22 - Benjamin Harris & James Briant for fighting by the information of Reuben Owens & William Dorton

P22 - Stephen Deskins & Frederick Trent for fighting by information of George Kindrick & Smith Deskins, farmers

P22 - George Hoke vs Robert Brown, attachment, sheriff summoned Abraham Crabtree, garnishee who declares he is indebted to the def. Judgement granted the pltf

P23 - Commonwealth vs Jacob Francisco, presentment, dismissed

P23 - Commonwealth vs Solomon Litton, presentment, dismissed

P23 - Commonwealth vs Richard Price, presentment, dismissed

P23 - Commonwealth vs James Gibson, presentment, dismissed

P23 - Commonwealth vs James Scott, presentment, dismissed

p23 - Commonwealth vs William Gilmore, presentment, dismissed

P23 - Commonwealth vs William Buster, presentment, dismissed

P23 - Commonwealth vs James Jackson, presentment, dismissed

P23 - Commonwealth vs Isaiah Salliers, presentment, dismissed

P23 - Commonwealth vs William Owens, presentment, dismissed

P23 - Commonwealth vs John Fugit, presentment, dismissed

P23 - Commonwealth vs John Osborne, information, Nathaniel H. Claiborne atty for def, Jury: Andrew Heburn, DAle Carter, Joel Cook, Thomas Monahon, David Cocke, Littleberry Robinson, Richard Williams, John Vanpelt, John Deskins, Isaiah Salliers, Morgan Carter & Alexander Dunlop, def found not guilty

P24 - Motion of Elizabeth Crump & Thomas Johnson, securith: Henry Dickenson

adm granted them on the estate of John Crump, decd.

P24 - William Dorton, Moses Dorton, William Owens & Robert Tate, Jr. to appraise the slaves and estate of John Crump, decd

P24 - Commonwealth vs John Willoughby, presentment of the grand jury for profane swearing, def fined and ordered to pay costs of the prosecution

P24 - Dale Carter be paid for 1 day as witness for the Commonwealth vs John Willoughby

P24 - Commonwealth vs John Willoughby, presentment for not opening the main road, dismissed

P24 - Commonwealth vs David Cocke, presentment, dismissed

P24 - Commonwealth vs John Starns, summons to show cause why he may not be fined and taxed for failing to give a list of taxable property, dismissed

P24 - Commonwealth vs Hugh Guttery, same as above, dismissed

P24 - Commonwealth vs Jacob Kinder, same as above, dismissed

P24 - Commonwealth vs Stephen Osborne, same as above, dismissed

P24 - Commonwealth vs Morgan Carter, same as above, dismissed

P24 - Commonwealth vs Thomas Monahan, same as above, dismissed

P24 - Commonwealth vs Ezekiel Bledsoe, same as above, dismissed

P25 - Thomas Monahon be exempted from the payment of levies and poor rates

P25 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, September 25, 1799. Present: John Tate, John M. Estill, James Davison & Thomas Johnson

P25 - Commonwealth vs Williams, presentment of grand jury for profane swearing, fined and pay costs of prosecution

P25 - Commonwealth vs Williams, dismissed

P25 - Commonwealth vs Henry Smith, presentment for profane swearing, fined and pay cost of prosecution

p25 - Commonwealth vs Henry Smith, capias awarded

P25 - Commonwealth vs Whiteley & others, scirefacias, dismissed

P25 - Henry Donohoe vs Jesse Friley, NB, dismissed

P25 - Richard Thompson vs Smith Deskins, detinue, continued

P25 - Smith Deskins pay John Gilbert, Stephen Deskins, Lazarus Damron & John Deskins for 2 days as witnesses for him vs Richard Thompson

P26 - Benjamin Howard vs Patrick McDavid, case, dismissed

P26 - Benjamin Howard vs Patrick McDavid, case, dismissed

P26 - Abraham Childris vs Peter Stacy, case, continued

P26 - Patrick McDavid vs Isaac Collins, case, continued

P26 - John Fagan vs James Davison, etal, chancery, 2 months allowed parties to take depositions of their witnesses

P26 - Henry Smith vs Joel Cook, debt, dismissed

P26 - Joseph Whiteley vs Samuel Haddox, covenant broken, Jury: Alexander Dunlop, Samuel Tate, Christopher Ranes, Smith Deskins, John Gilbert, James Tate, Job Chapman, Joseph Tate, Charles Crumwell, William Martin, John Wood, David Melton, judgement granted pltf, pltf by atty moved that the verdict be set aside and a new trial granted, granted accordingly

P26 - Robert Tate vs C. Fugate, declaration filed non-suit set aside and cause reinstated on rule dockett

P26 - Isaac Minton vs George Fugate, same as above

P26 - Patrick Kindrick vs M. Kemple, same as above

P26 - Joseph Whiteley vs Samuel Haddox, continued, motion of pltf leave granted to amend declaration

P26 - Tavern rates be as follows: dinner 25 cents; breakfast 21 cents, whiskey by the half pint 8 1/2 cents, rum by the half pint 25 cents, french brandy by the half pint 25 cents, wine by the half pint 25 cents, peach brandh by the half pint 12 1/2 cents, cider or beer p. quart, corn or oats p. gallon 8 1/2 cents, hay or fodder 24 hours 25 cents, lodging with clean sheets 8 1/2 cents

P27 - John Dollerhide vs Littleberry Robinson, chancery, both parties to take depositions

P27 - William Moore vs Alexander Dunlop, case, continued

P27 - John McClellan pay Colebird Fugate & Frances Price for 3 days as witnesses for him vs Robert Casteel

P27 - John Inglis vs Henry Smith, chancery, judgement granted pltf due to non show of def

P27 - Joseph Whiteley pay William Owens, John Hargis & William Gilmore for 1 day as witnesses for him vs Samuel Haddox

P27 - Charles Bickley pay John Back for 2 days as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop

P28 - Elizabeth Hargis pay Thomas Whiteley for 1 day as witness for him vs Drury Wood

P28 - William Moore pay George McCoy & James Bryant for 1 day as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop

P28 - James Tate pay Robert Tate, Molley Tate, John Tate, Joe. Tate, Jacob Castle, John Wood, Job Chapman & Neal Sutherland for 1 day as witness for him vs George Miller

P28 - Elizabeth Hargis vs Drury Wood, case, jury be empannelled, continued

P28 - Court, October 22, 1799. Present: John Tate, Samuel Robinson, John Smyth, John M. Estill

P28 - Indenture from Abner Vance & Susanna to David Black, recorded

P28 - Indenture from William Hyden & Elizabeth to Irvin, again produced, recorded

P29 - Indenture from Patrick Kindrick & Elizabeth to Travis Kindle, recorded

P29 - Indenture from Surrinus Emmons & Lydia to Daniel Johnson, recorded

P29 - Indenture from Surrinus Emmons & Lydia to George Steel, recorded

P29 - Indenture from Henry Dickenson & Mary to William Buster, recorded

P29 - Indenture from Nathan Wilkerson, adm of Francis Wilkerson, decd to French Mason, oaths of George Belsha & Abraham Musick, continued for further proof

P29 - Indenture from William Wilkerson to John Stinson, oaths of Henry Smith & Lazarus Damron, continued for further proof

P29 - Present: Thomas Carter

P29 - Motion of the overseers of the poor, bind out Archibald Blankenship an illegitimate bron child of the age of 9 to Joseph Blankenship to learn farming

P30 - James Lemarr surveyor of the road in place of William Owens and that John Tate furnish a list of tithables

P30 - Andrew Shortridge be surveyor of the road in place of Patrick Kindrick and that Samuel Robinson furnish a list of tithables

P30 - Alexander Lefebre vs Benjamin Estill, petition & summons, continued at cost of def

P30 - 2 Indentures from Spencer Breeding & Elizabeth, 1 to John Breeding and 1 to Austin Berry, recorded

P30 - Pay George Kindrick, constable for services on behalf of the Commonwealth

P30 - Pay William Hinds & John Gillum legally impressed as guards for securing William Bridgwaters committed to jail from January 24, 1799 to February 21, 1799.

P30 - Indenture from Moses Damron to John Tallett (Talbott), oath of Abraham Musick, continued for further proof

P30 - Indenture from William Dollerhide & Mary to Richard Price, recorded

P31 - Clerk certify to the Register of the Land Office that it has been proven that George & James McCoy were all the brothers of Rachel Williams, all the sisters that Robert McCoy, decd had at the time of his death.

P31 - Indenture from Thomas Hunt & Elizabeth to Solomon Crabtree, recorded

P31 - Ambrose Fletcher vs Stephen Hogg & Solomon Frazer, motion on a bond, judgement granted the pltf

P31 - William Crawford vs Patrick Coil, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P31 - William Crawford vs Patrick Coil, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P31 - William Crawford vs Patrick Coil, petiton & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P31 - William Crawford vs Patrick Coil, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P32 - John Ward be comm of Revenue for the upper district

P32 - James Dickenson be comm of the Revenue for the lower district

P32 - Absent: Thomas Carter. Present: James Dickenson

P32 - Samuel Vanhook made oath that he was charged in the commissioners book for 1798 with 180 ac and he only had 140 ac

P32 - Court minutes: pay Clerk for services for 1799, pay sheriff for 1799, Henry Dickenson for furnishing the court with candles and sweeping the courthouse, Colebird Fugate for finding a lock for the jail, Daniel Sheffey, atty for the commonwealth for 1799, Joseph McGuire for 1 old wolf, Patrick Kindrick for 1 old wolf, John Pucket for 1 old wolf, James Coil for 2 young wolves, Patrick Coil for 1 young wolf, Samuel Short for 1 old wolf, Samuel Short for 1 old wolf, Manedy Collins for 2 young wolves, John Damron for 1 old wolf, Hezekiah Oney for 1 old wolf, Samuel Strong for 1 old wolf, Morgan Carter for 1 old wolf, Jeremiah Piercefield for 1 old wolf, David Cock for 2 old wolves, Samuel Alley for 1 old wolf, Robert Tate, Jr. for 1 old wolf, Abraham Fuller for 1 old wolf, James Smith for 1 old wolf, John Counts for 1 old wolf, Jonn. Musick for 2 old wolves, William Howerton for 1 old wolf, John Montgomery for 1 old wolf, Samuel Priest for 1 old wolf, Luke Kelley for 1 old wolf, John F. McGuffey for 1 old wolf, Austin Bush for 1 old wolf, William Cope for 2 old wolves.

P33 - Anjer Price for overpaying county levy when sheriff

P33 - Colebird Fugate, collector of levy for 1798 produced a list of delinquents & insolvents

P33 - Richard Price, deputy collector for Colebird Fugate produced a list of delinquents and insolvents, for 1798.

P33 - Henry Smith, sheriff, produced account for summoning a called court for the trial of William Bridgewaters, committed to the jail for 28 days

P33 - David Ward & Thomas Gillespie, adm of Isaac Moore, decd

P34 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, November 26, 1799. Present: JOhn Tate, Samuel Robinson, James Davison & Thomas Johnson

P34 - John Fagan vs Davison & Engram, parties to take depositions

P34 - David Hanson appointed justice of the peace

P34 - Henry Castle by Jacob Castle, his father vs Nimrod McIntosh, case, Joseph Davison undertakes for the def.

P34 - Joseph Davison, special bail for Nimrod McIntosh vs Henry Castle by Jacob Castle, his father

P34 - Jesse Browning, foreman, Francis Price, Robert vickers, Bennet Welman, James Lee, William Crawford, Joseph McReynolds, Patrick Kindrick, John Brumley, Joseph Davison, Jonathan Wood, Daniel Price, Jacob Waggoner, John Buster, William Tate, James Ovelton & Smith Deskins, grand jury

P34 - Presentment against the surveyors of the road from William Oneys to Russell Courthouse, also Richard Price for not opening the road from the top of the mountain to the top of the ridge, also Richard Davis for not opening his road, also James Hobbs for not opening his road, information of Francis Price & Daniel Price, farmers.

P34 - Presentment against John Deskins, Sr. for not opening his road, also William Oney for not keeping his road open, John Davis for not opening his road, by information of Smith Deskins & William Crawford

P35 - Presentment against the surveyors of the road from Col. Smiths road to Russell Courthouse, for not keeping the road open, information of William Crofford & Patrick Kindrick, farmers

P35 - Presentment against the surveyors of the road from Russell Courthouse to Samuel Porters for not keeping the road open, information of Jesse Browning & James Lee, farmers

P35 - Sheriff returned Laurence Vanhook, Solomon Sailer, John Ward, John Coil, John Irvin, Simeon Jackson, James Irvin & Alexander Shoemaker for not attending grand jury, ordered to show cause why they did not appear as summoned.

P35 - Alexander Lefebre vs Benjamin Estill, petition & summons, Def acknowledged judgement, stay execution on this judgement for 2 months

P35 - Walter Preston vs Jeremiah Patrick, Jr., debt, Joel Cook undertakes for the def

P36 - Henry Smith vs Joel Cook, debt, Jeremiah Patrick, Jr. undertakes for the def

P36 - Anthony McNight vs Hamlet Patterson & Jesse Jones, trespass, continued

P36 - Henry Castle by Jacob Castle, his father vs Nimrod McIntosh, case, Joseph Whiteley undertakes for the def

P36 - William Horton & Jesse Horton, orphans of William Horton, decd, being of full age came into court and made choice of Mary Horton for guardian. Security: George Kindrick

P36 - Motion, ordered that Mary Horton appointed Guardian of Lewis Horton & Rhoda Horton, orphans of William Horton, who are not of age. Security: George Kindrick.

P36 - Will of John Cowan, decd, oaths of Samuel Hays & Matthias Crawford, motion of Nancy Cowan & William Gilmore, executors of the estate. Security: Nathan Ellington

P37 - Joseph Blackemore vs James Best, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P37 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, November 27, 1799. Present: John Tate, Samuel Robinson, James Davison, David Hanson.

P37 - Indenture from Alice Mann to Frederick Trent, oaths of John Vandike & Harry Smith, continued for further proof

P37 - Charles Bickley vs Alexander Dunlop, Nathan Ellington undertakes for the def, writ of enquiry set aside, case continued at def cost

P38 - William Moore vs Alexander Dunlop, case, continued

P38 - Rachel Hargis pay Matthias Kimple & Catherina Beal for 2 days as witnesses for her vs Drury Wood, also pay Thomas Whiteley for 1 days as witness for her vs Drury Wood

P38 - Charles Bickley pay David Melton for 3 days as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop, pay William Moore for 2 days as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop, pay John Back for 1 day as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop

P38 - Richard Thompson appointee to collect and preserve the estate of William Roman, decd vs Smith Deskins, detinue, Jury: Samuel Vanhook, Frederick Trent, Reuben Owenss, Thomas Collie, William Owens, Christopher Ranes, John Gilbert, George Kindrick, William Dorton, James Osborne, John Vandike & Alexander McFarlane, case continued

P38 - Smith Deskins pay John Deskins, Jr. & Stephen Deskins for 2 days as witnesses for him vs Richard Thompson, appointee

P38 - Joseph Whiteley vs Samuel Haddox, convenant, def by atty made motion to dismiss, def motion deferred

P39 - Joseph Whiteley pay William Gilmore, Stephen Ogdon, William Owens & Francis Price for 1 day as witness for him vs Samuel Haddox

P39 - Samuel Haddox pay David Cock for 1 day as witness for him vs Joseph Whiteley

P39 - Alexander Dunlop pay Edward Dorton for 2 days as witness for him vs William Moore, pay Mary Dorton, wife of Edward for 1 day as witness for him vs William Moore

P39 - John Horton pay Andrew Heburn for 3 days as witness for him vs Francis Preston

P39 - Francis Browning, James Scott, Jacob Raresnake, Stephen Sargent, to appraise the slaves & personal estate of John Cowan, decd

P39 - Henry Castle pay Hugh Monhollon, Zachariah Salliers & James Jackson for 1 day as witness for him vs Nimrod McIntosh.

P39 - John Horton vs Francis Preston, caveat, surveyor to go to the land in controversy on the 4th saturday in Feb.and lay out the same as either party requires adn make 3 platts & 3 certificates, take depositions of the witnesses,

P40 - Smith Deskins pay Lazarus Damron for 2 days as witness for him vs Richard Thompson

P40 - William Moore pay George McCoy for 1 day as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop, pay James Briant for 2 days as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop

P40 - Present: Thomas Johnson. Absent: David Hanson

P40 - David Hanson vs William Moore, petiton & summons, judgement confessed by def

P40 - John Davis, Jr be constable in Capt. JOhn Wards Company

P40 - John Back be constable from Thomas Alleys Mill including to the waters of Copper Creek from Alleys Mill

P40 - Harry Smith appointed to collect levy for 1799. SEcurity: Henry Dickenson

P40 - Mary Horton pay George Kindrick & Daniel Johnson for 3 days as witnesses for her vs John Horton

P41 - Court, December 24, 1799. Present: John Tate, James Dickenson, John Estill & Thomas Johnson

P41 - James McCampbell vs Colebird Fugate, motion of claim of county levy for 1798, judgement granted pltf

P41 - Indenture from Moses Damron & wife to John Tollet, oath of John Stinson, continued for further proof

P41 - Henry Smith surveyor produced entry for 3000 ac, part of a land office treasury warrant #1651, recorded

P41 - Indenture from John Stinson to Abraham Musick, recorded

P41 - Deed of lease from Henry Smith to Archibald Prater, recorded

P41 - William McGuire, Isaac JOhnson, Patrick Kindrick & James Kinnard to view a road from the Kentucky ford of Clinch in the richlands to McGuires Mill

P41 - John Horton vs Joseph Belshey, petiton & summons, Judgement granted pltf

P42 - James Cain vs Samuel Strong, petiton & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P42 - Robert Sayers vs John Candler, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P42 - Motion of James Best by D. Sheffey, atty, injunction granted to stay proceedings on a judgement obtained by Joseph Blackemore

P42 - Timothy Burgess licensed to solemnize matrimony

P42 - Commonwealth vs Colebird Fugate, motion for not paying officers fees & fines, judgements obtained by the Commonwealth against John Coil, Peter Stacy, George Robinson, Peter Stacy, Housin Kinner & JOhn Cockrell, notice confessed & continued

P42 - Henry Dickenson vs Colebird Fugate, notice confessed & continued

P42 - Henry Smith appointed sheriff. Securities: Henry Dickenson & Samuel Ewing

P43 - Inventory & appraisement of estate of John Cowan, decd, recorded

P43 - Simon Stacy appointed surveyor of the road from Houstons Mill to Robert Vickers and that James Davison furnish him a list of tithables

P43 - Call court at Russell Courthouse January 13, 1800 for the examination of Thomas Johnson who stands charged with feloniously maimimg, slitting and disfiguring the lip of Colebird Fugate. Present: Andrew Cowan, Samuel Robinson, James Dickenson & John M. Estill

P43 - Prisoner being arraigned, pleaded not guilty, court decided that the def was not guilty.

P43 - Court, January 28, 1800. Present: John Tate, James Gibson, James Dickenson, James Davison

P43 - Cornelius Dollerhide exempted from levies & poor rates on account of age & bodily infirmities

P44 - William Brown vs Samuel Duff, attachment, sheriff attached 91.67 from Henry Smith, summoned him as a garnishee, case dismissed

P44 - 2 Indentures from Isaiah Salliers & Mary, 1 to Thomas Anderson and 1 to Joshua Pinnex, recorded

P44 - Indenture from James Daniel & wife to Robert Smith, oath of John Smith, continued for further proof.

P44 - Henry Smith vs Samuel Duff, Jr., attachment, Coroner attached 1 waggon, 1 white mare, 1 sorrel horse with only 1 eye, white mane and tail; 1 black horse. Summoned Harry Smith & Thomas Hunt as garnishees. Harry Smith states that he has a forth coming bond belonging to the def. Thomas Hunt states that there are in his possession accounts on sundry persons due the def. Motion judgement granted the pltf.

P45 - John Fagan vs Engram & Davison, chancery, pltf not a resident of Commonwealth. Securities: John Wood & William Friley

P45 - Noble Hamilton vs David Conally, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P45 - Motion of Samuel Helton produced credential of ordination. Bondsman: George Stacy. Granted the right to solemnize the rites of matrimony.

P45 - Joseph Culbertson surveyor of the road in place of Isaiah Salliers, and that Samuel Ritchie furnish a list of tithables

P45 - Sheriff pay Alexander McFarlane his pension for being wounded in the battle of Point Pleasant.

P45 - Abraham Crabtree, Jacob Crabtree, Charles Crumwell & Joseph Cox to view a road from where Charles Crumwell now lives to the Old Gap on Clinch MOuntain

P45 - Henry Wood vs Samuel Duff, attachment, Harry Smith deputy sheriff has attached a bond executed by John Horton, Zachariah Scaggs to the def, judgement granted the pltf

P46 - William Lockhart surveyor of the road from the Still House Branch between Ely Smith and the Widow Fletchers to Damrons Mill in the room of Ely Smith and that Samuel Robinson furnish him a list of tithables

P46 - Thomas Johnson surveyor of the road in place of Colebird Fugate and that John Tate furnish a list of tithables

P46 - Commonwealth vs Colebird Fugate, motion, continued

P46 - Nathan Ellington vs Colebird Fugate,deputy sheriff, motion, continued

P46 - Henry Smith, sheriff recommended Harry Smith for deputy sheriff

P46 - Court, February 25, 1800. Present: John Tate, John Smith, Henry Bowen & James Dickenson

P46 - Indenture from Joseph Johnson to Jacob Paulk, oaths of Samuel Lewis, Joseph Carter & George Roberts, recorded

p47 - Power of atty from John Alley to Charles Bickley, recorded

P47 - Indenture from Hiram Kilgore to Samuel Strong, oaths of Joseph Casteel & John Casteel, continued for further proof

P47 - Indenture from Robert Gravalt to William Smith, oaths of John Deskins, Sr. & Hezekiah Oney, recorded

P47 - Indenture from William Crawford & Mary to Joseph Long, recorded

P47 - John Frazer, Joseph Frazer, Richard Davis & John Riley, to view a road from the upper end of Jonathan Woods Field along the stony ridge until it intersects the Mockerson road at the end of Houstons field

P47 - James Claxton surveyor of the road in place of James Lemarr and that John Tate furnish a list of tithables

P47 - John Hullam be exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of his infirmities.

P47 - Ordered that the sheriff summon 12 people to meet on the lands proposed by Benjamin Sloan for the purpose of building a grist mill abutment

P47 - Motion of John Horton by Daniel Sheffey, injunction granted him to stay proceedings of a judgement obtained against him by Samuel Duff. Subpoena awarded against Samuel Duff, Thomas Hunt & Shadrick White

P48 - Deskins vs Horton, summons is awarded

P48 - John Jesse, Abraham Childers, Joseph Kiser, Charles Casee to view the ground proposed for a road from John Hamons to Russell Courthouse

P48 - Thomas Nash, Sr. be exempted from paying levy & poor rates on account of age & bodily infirmities

P48 - John Deskins, assignee vs JOhn Horton, new summons awarded

P48 - James Allard, heir at law of Amos Allerd, decd vs John W.Crunk, bill of review & reversal, def served with summons, judgement taken as confessed for pltf due to nonappearance of def. Ordered that the decree in the bill of review be opened and reversed and held for final hearing

P48 - Nathaniel Bundy vs Alexander Dunlop, dismissed for want of prosecution

P48 - Patrick McDavid vs William Huston, injunction, general replication & commission awarded

P48 - William Gilmore resigned as coroner

P49 - Samuel Vanhook & John Wood recommended as coroner

P49 - Commonwealth vs Colebird Fugate, motion, continued

P49 - Nathan Ellington vs Colebird Fugate, motion, continued

P49 - John Candler vs Joseph Cox, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P49 - Court, March 25, 1800. Present: Andrew Cowan, John Tate, James Dickenson & James Davison

P49 - James McFarlane appointed justice of the peace

P49 - Indenture from Robert Tate & Mary to Joseph Tate, recorded

P49 - 2 Indentures from John Tallet, 1 to Spencer Breeding, 1 to John Breeding, oaths of Richard Price, Christopher Hains & John Buster, recorded

P50 - Indenture from Hiram Kilgore to Samuel Strong, oath of William Glenn, recorded

P50 - Absent: Andrew Cowan

P50 - Christopher Hains, John Sikes, Edward Kelley & Thomas Short view a road from the ford of Clinch to a spurr of the ridge near Thomas Paschals

P50 - William Nash surveyor of the road in place of Christopher Hains and that Andrew Cowan furnish him a list of tithables

P50 - Christopher Hains appointed Capt in the 1st batallion, 72nd regiment

P50 - On Behalf of Benjamin Sloan for the purpose of holding an inquisition on land proposed by him for erecting a water grist mill. Sheriff returned the inquisition. Ordered that summons be issued for Obediah Jent & Rees Bowen to appear and show cause why leave should not be granted to Benjamin Sloan to build the mill

P50 - Daniel Collins vs Joel Cook, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P50 - Matthias Harman vs John Candler, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P51 - John Deskins, assignee vs John Horton, petition & summons, continued for def

P51 - Richard Pemberton vs John Horton, petition & summons, continued for def

P51 - Thomas Whiteley vs Peter Stacy, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P51 - Jeremiah Patrick, assignee vs Clayton Cook, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P51 - James Osborne appointed Lt in a company of Grenadiers, 2nd batallion, 72nd Regiement

P51 - Jonathan Wood, Jr. appointed deputy sheriff

P51 - John Frazer, Joseph Frazer, Richard Davis & JOhn Riley to view a road from the upper end of Jonathan Woods field, along a stony ridge until it intersects the Mockerson Road, reports that it is a much better road than the former, ordered to be cut

P51 - Harry Smith, collector of levy for 1799, recommended Jonathan Wood for deputy

P51 - George Roberts vs James Osborne, petition & summons, continued for the pltf

P52 - Court, April 22, 1800. Present: David Ward, John Tate, James Davison, David Hanson

P52 - John English vs Henry Smith, chancery, def filed answer to the pltfs bill

P52 - Thomas Whiteley vs Thomas Stapleton, declaration filed, non-suit set aside

P52 - Thomas Whiteley vs Thomas Stapleton, et uxr, declaration filed, non-suit set aside

P52 - Richard Thompson, apprentice vs Smith Deskins, detinue, all matters in difference between them in this suit to the final determination of David Ward, Francis Browning, JOhn Smith & John Tate.

P52 - David Fannin, foreman, John Irvin, James Irvin, James Osborne, William Owens, JOhn Buster, John Harman, Jere. Pickett, Alexander Shoemaker, Zach. Fugate, Laurence Vanhook, Alexander McFarlane, William Monk, Patrick Kindrick, Champion Faris, John Riley & Robert Vickers, grand jury of inquest

P52 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from Russell Courthouse to the mouth of the Big spring hollow for not keeping the road in repair, information of John Buster and Alexander McFarlane

P53 - Presentment against the surveyors of the road from the mouth of big spring hollow to the forks where the maiden spring road takes off, for not keeping the road in repair, information of Patrick Kindrick & David Fannin, farmers

P53 - Presentment on oath by Joseph Whiteley farmer to the grand jury of a road being out of repair from Carrs Creek to Little Mockerson Gap.

P53 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from Brownings to where it intersects with the road that leads to the Salt works for not keeping the road in repair, information of Laurence Vanhook & John Irvin

P53 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from Houstons old mill to Vickers for not keeping the road in repair, information of James Osborne & Champ Faris, farmers

P53 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from James Oveltons to Richard Prices for not keeping the road in repair, information of William Owens & John Riley, farmers

P53 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from the courthouse to Vickers for not keeping the road in repair, information of Robert Vickers & John Riley, farmers

P53 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from the top of Mockerson Ridge to the drift timber road for not keeping the road in repair, information of William Owens & Zachariah Fugate

P53 - Presentment against James Tate & William Manadue for fighting at February Court 1800, information of Zachariah Fugate & John Riley, farmers

P53 - Presentment against Robert Tate, Sr. for profane swearing at February Court 1800, information of Zachariah Fugate & John Riley, farmers

P53 - Presentment against Henry Smith for profane swearing the 12th, information of Jeremiah Picket & John Buster, farmers

P54 - instrument of writing from Michael Wright to John Green purporting the delivery of his property, recorded

P54 - Instrument of writing from John Green to Michael Wright for purporting the signing over to the said Wright of a parcel of land, recorded

P54 - Michael Wright be exempted from paying levy & poor rates on account of his age & bodily infirmities

P54 - Commonwealth vs William Hays, presentment, dismissed

P54 - Indenture from James Davison to John Davison, recorded

P54 - Commonwealth vs John Harris, presentment, dismissed

P54 - Commonwealth vs William Owen, presentment, dismissed

P54 - Commonwealth vs James Jackson, presentment, continued

P54 - Commonwealth vs Richard Price, presentment, dismissed

P54 - Commonwealth vs Richard Davis, presentment, dismissed

P54 - Commonwealth vs James Hobbs, presentment, dismissed

P54 - Commonwealth vs Stephen Deskins & Fred. Trent, continued

P54 - Commonwealth vs Barnet & Evans, presentment, continued

P54 - Commonwealth vs William Bolin, presentment, dismissed

P54 - Commonwealth vs Ben. Harris & James Briant, presentment, continued

P54 - Commonwealth vs William Manadue, presentment, continued

P54 - Commonwealth vs John Davis, presentment, dismissed

P54 - Commonwealth vs William Oney, presentment, dismissed

P54 - Henry Dixon vs Samuel Haddox, attachment, Sheriff summoned Matthias Kimple who states that he is undebted to Samuel Haddox, note in possession of Colebird Fugate, judgement granted the pltf

P55 - Frederick Matthews vs Benjamin Howard, attachment, constable attached & summoned Joseph Carter who states that he is indebted to the def with a 2 year old steer and 2 year old heifer, Judgement granted the pltf

P55 - Commonwealth vs Deskins, presentment for not doing his duty as surveyor, dismissed

P55 - Elizabeth Hargis vs Drury Wood, case, dismissed

P55 - Present: James McFarlane. Absent: James Davison

P55 - Joseph King vs John Candler, debt, Patrick Coil undertakes for the def

P55 - Thomas King vs Patrick Kindrick, debt,

P55 - Thomas King vs Patrick Kindrick, Harry Smith undertakes for the def

P56 - Commonwealth vs Colebird Fugate, continued

P56 - Nathan Ellington vs Colebird Fugate, continued

P56 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, April 23, 1800. Present: Samuel Ritchie, Henry Bowen, James Davidson, David Hanson.

P56 - John Fagan vs Davidson & Engram, chancery, continued

P56 - Lewis Pendleton be exempt from paying levies & poor rates on account of bodily infirmities

P56 - Obediah Jent & Rees Bowen are the owners of the soil on one side of the stream on which Benjamin Sloan had a petition to build a mill-seat. Jent & Bowen did not appear. granted permission to build a mill-seat.

P57 - Court, May 27, 1800. Present: John Tate, SAmuel Robinson, Thomas Johnson & James Davison

P57 - Richard Johnson be surveyor of the road in place of James Hendrixson who resigned and that Andrew Cowan furnish a list of tithables

P57 - Indenture from William Kilgore & Jane to John Buster, recorded

P57 - Indenture from James Bush & Mary to Charles Bickley, recorded

P57 - Indenture from Benjamin South & wife to William Pritchet, recorded

P57 - Indenture from Benjamin South & Wife to Mary South, recorded

P57 - Samuel Vanhook be surveyor of the road above the courthouse to Carrs Creek in place of Joseph Whiteley and that James Dickenson furnish him a list of tithables

P57 - Indenture from James Roberts & wife to John Jesse, recorded

P57 - Joseph Vickers appointed Ensign in the 1st batallion of the 72nd regiement

P58 - George Kindrick appointed Lt in the 1st batallion, 72nd Regiment

P58 - Jeffery Hildreth vs Hoke & McConnel, petition & summons, def. George McConnel made motion that the writing obligatory on which the petition is found is not his act or deed, nor was it signed sealed or delivered by his direction or with his consent. Petition is continued

P58 - Smith Deskins pay John Gilbert for 4 days as witness for him vs Richard Thompson, also pay Lazarus Damron for 2 days as witness for him vs Richard Thompson

P58 - James Logan vs William Webb, chancery, further time of 2 months allowed the parties to take depositions

P58 - Nathan Ellington vs C. Fugate, motion, continued

P58 - Commonwealth vs C. Fugate, motion, continued

P58 - Bill of sale from John Breeding sent to John Breeding, Jr., oath of John Hamon, recorded

P58 - George Roberts vs James Osborne, petition & summons, dismissed

P58 - John Dollerhide vs Littleberry Robinson, chancery, depositions be taken

P58 - Deskins assignee vs Horton, petition & summons, continued

P58 - Present: Andrew Cowan, John M. Estill & James McFarlane

P58 - John Montgomery recommended as Capt of the 2nd batallion, 72nd Regiment, in place of Samuel Porter. William Kilgore recommended as Lt in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment in place of John Montgomery who is promoted and Elijah Carter for Ensign in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment

P59 - Absent: John Tate & James Dickenson

P59 - No one except John Tate be allowed to mark with a swallow fork in the left ear

P59 - No one except James Dickenson be allowed to mark with a crop in the left ear and an underkeel in the right ear

P59 - Present: John Tate & James Dickenson

P59 - Inventory & appraisement of the estate of Jonathan Brown, decd, recorded

P59 - Indenture from Charles Crumwell & Mary to Samuel Robinson, recorded

P59 - Call Court held June 13, 1800 for the examination of Elizabeth Hursk who stands charged with feloniously shooting, wounding & killing Elizabeth Canady. Present: Andrew Cowan, John Tate, John Smith, James Dickenson, John M. Estill & Thomas Johnson.

P59 - Prisoner arraigned at the bar, def asked for plea, def pleads not guilty, witnesses sworn & examined against her, prisoner heard in her own defense. Opinion of the cour that Elizabeth ought to be tried for the offence at the next District court in Washington Courthouse on 2nd of October next, she was remanded to jail

P60 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, June 24, 1800. Present: Andrew Cowan, John Tate, James Davison, James McFarlane

P60 - James Sargent, James Sargent, Jr., Nathaniel Hicks & James Hendricks view a road from between McClures old Cabbin and Kilgores old cabbin to near James Sargents

P60 - Charles Holliday, foreman, Ericus Anderson, Richard Fields, John Irvin, Simeon Jackson, James Sergant, John Sikes, Samuel Robinson, Laurence Vanhook, Champ Faris, John Alley, Stephen Osborne, George McCoy, Stephen Gost, William Owens, Zachariah Fugate, William Dorton, Moses Dorton, William Strong, John Salliers and John Riley, grand jury

P60 - Presentment against the surveyor of the highway from William Moores to the big Springs and Alexander Dunlop for turning the road, information of Stephen Gose, Moses Dorton, farmers.

P60 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from Richard Priests to james Oveltons for not keeping the road in repair, information of William Owens & William Dorton, farmers.

P60 - Presentment against John Dollahyde for turning the road.

P60 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from the top of Mockerson ridge to the top of Clinch Mountain. Richard Price for turning the road, Joel Hobbs for turning the road. Surveyors from the road Phelps to McClures old field. Richard JOhnson for turning the road, information of William Owens & William Dorton. Surveyor of the road from John Smiths fence to Jacob Robinsons. Charles Bickley for turning the road. Surveyor of the road from Jacob Robinsons across Copper ridge to the big springs on the information of Stephen Gose and George McCoy, farmers. Presentment against the surveyor of the road from Eric Andersons to Thomas Johnsons place on information of Richard Fields & Eric Anderson, farmers. Surveyor of the road from the first crossing of big Mockerson below Harvy Woods to William Cody's also from William Cody's to Hustons mill & from Hustons mill to Vickers on information of William Strong & Champion Faris, farmers. Surveyors of the road from Col. Cowans to Solomon Littons for not keeping the road in repair by information of Samuel Robinson & Simeon Jackson, farmers. Surveyors of the road from the ford of the river at Baily Greenwoods to the head of Smoots hollow on the information of John Sykes & Charles Holliday, farmers. John Bromley and Thomas Ross for fighting on May 29 last, information of Richard Fields & Laurence Vanhook, farmers. Surveyor of the road from William Owens to the top of the ridge also from the top of the ridge to the Courthouse, for not keeping the road in repair, information of William Owens & Zachariah Fugate, farmers. Surveyor of the road from the big spring to William Moore for not keeping the road in repair by information of Moses Dorton & John Riley, farmers. Henry Friley and Moses Damron for fighting on the 24th of April at the Election, information of William Dorton & Moses Dorton, farmers. To the end of page 61

P22 - Commonwealth vs James Jackson, presentment, dismissed

P62 - Commonwealth vs Barnet & Evans, continued

P62 - Commonwealth vs Robert Tate, presentment for profane swearing, dismissed

P62 - Commonwealth vs Benjamin Harris, for a breach of the peace, Jury: Robert Tate, Sr., Charles Bickley, John Damron, Travis Horton, Alexander Dunlop, Hendley Haddox, David Metor? James Abbot, Benjamin Lindon, Joel Cook, William Frazer, John Crank. Judgement granted the pltf

P62 - John Tate assigned to furnish Thomas Johnson & James Claxton, surveyors of the road with a list of tithables

P62 - Commonwealth vs James Briant, breach of the peace, Jury: Jesse Browning, John Dollerhide, James Tate, Zach. Salliers, Stephen Ogdon, Joseph Culbertson, Samuel Tate, Abraham Carbtree, Berry. Robinson, Henry Davis, Hiram Kilgore & Joseph Davis. Judgement granted pltf

P63 - Commonwealth vs William Moore, presentment, dismissed

P63 - Commonwealth vs William Manadue, presentment, continued & oyer of the

indictment craved by the def

P63 - Commonwealth vs William Moore, nole prosequi

P63 - Commonwealth vs Richard Davis, dismissed

P63 - Indenture from Moses Damron & Sarah to John Tallet, oath of Charles Holliday & Joel cook, recorded

P63 - Present: James Dickenson

P63 - Commonwealth vs Stephen Deskins, breach of the peace. Jury: Peter McIntosh, toliver Wright, Simon Stacy, Richard Davis, John Riley, James Crank, James Abbot, Joseph McFarlane, Joseph Davis, Richard Daniel, William Cooper & Robert Tate. Judgement granted the pltf

P63 - Commonwealth vs Frederick Trent, breach of the peace, Jury: Peter McIntosh, Toliver Wright, Simon Stacy, Richard Davis, John Riley, James Crank, James Abbot, Joseph McFarlane, Joseph Davis, Richard Daniel, William Cooper, Robert Tate, Judgement granted the pltf

P64 - Charles Bickley vs Alexander Dunlop, covenant broken. Robert Duff undertakes for the def in place of Nathan Ellington. Jury: Peter McIntosh, toliver Wright, Simon Stacy, Richard Davis, John Riley, James Crank, James Abbot, Joseph McFarlane, Joseph Davis, William Cooper, Robert Tate, & William Tabor, jury states that def has not preformed the conditions of the covenant. Def made motion for a new trial which is granted, def ordered to pay the costs of this trial

P64 - Abraham Childres vs Peter Stacy, case, judgement confessed, each party paying his own costs

P64 - Abraham Childres pay Champion Faris for 4 days as witness for him vs Peter Stacy, also pay John Wells for 2 days as witness for him vs Stacy.

P64 - Richard Thompson, appointee to collect and preserve the estate of William Roman, decd vs Smith Deskins, detinue, arbitrators report: that the pltf pay all costs of the prosecution of this suit and that the def recover against the pltf, suit expended

P65 - James McFarlane & David Fannin, appointed commissioners to superintend the running of the line between Tazewell & Russell Co.

P65 - George Kindrick be paid for 3 days as witness for the Commonwealth vs Stephen Deskins & Frederick Trent

P65 - Charles Bickley pay John Back for 2 days as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop, also pay David Melton for 1 day as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop, also pay Charles Stuart for 1 day as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop and for travelling 25 miles both ways

P65 - John Horton pay Simeon Jackson, Ebenezer Brewster & Andrew Heburn for 1 day as witness for him vs Francis Preston

P65 - Samuel Haddox pay David Cocke for 2 days as witness for him vs Joseph Whiteley.

P66 - Court, July 22, 1800. Present: Andrew Cowan, John Tate, James Dickenson & James Davison.

P66 - Indenture from John Buster & jean to Abraham Crabtree, recorded

P66 - Indenture from William Dollerhide & mary to John Scott, recorded

P66 - Motion of Matthias Kimple by D. Sheffey, atty, requests a stay of proceedings on a judgement that Henry St. John Dixon obtained against him as garnishee in the attachment of Dixon vs Samuel Haddox. Stay granted.

P66 - John Deskins, assignee vs John Horton, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P66 - John HOrton pay George Kindrick for 2 days as witness for him vs JOhn Deskins

P66 - Indenture from Richard Price & Lucy to Joseph Culbertson, recorded

P67 - 2 Indentures from Henry Hursk, 1 to William Gilmore and 1 to James Gray, recorded

P67 - 2 Indentures from Enos Browning & Jean, 1 to George Finnell and 1 to John Puckett, recorded

P67 - Indenture from John Willoughby to John Richmond, oaths of David Richmond & Abraham Richmond, continued for further proof

P67 - Christopher Hains, John Sikes & Edward Kelley appointed to view a road from the ford of Clinch at Greenwoods old place to the top of the Copper ridge acrossed? it, from the ford down the river 150 yards and then turn up the old way, road formerly made by Mr. Olderson to the top of the ridge, ordered to be cut

P67 - Robert Kilgore, George Stacy, John McClellan & Joseph Casteel, view a road from Benjamin Fugates old place to Joseph Casteels and from there to James Davidsons

P67 - Indenture from Charles Crumwell to Fleming Burk, oaths of Charles & Mary, recorded

P67 - 2 Indentures from Henry Dickenson & Mary, 1 to Thomas Johnson and 1 to Jacob Smith, recorded.

P68 - 4 Indentures from Thomas Johnson & Susannah, 1 to Henry Dickenson, 1 to Patrick Coil, 1 to Cornelius Dollarhide, 1 to John Hammons, recorded

P68 - Indenture from William Dollerhide & Mary to Richard Price, recorded

P68 - John M. Estill vs Martin Canady, attachment, sheriff summoned Patrick Coil as a garnishee, judgement granted the pltf

P68 - Motion of Thomas Francis, Sr. is ordered to be exempt from paying levies & poor rates

P68 - William Irvin vs Peter Anderson & Euricus Anderson, petition & summons, def. by atty made oath that the note on which petition & summons is founded is not his act or deed, petition is continued

P68 - James Osborne, Joseph Davison, John Salliers & Joshua Pinnex, to view a road from james Davisons old place to Alleys Mill,

P69 - Euricus Anderson exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of age & bodily infirmities

P69 - Overseers of the poor bind William Bash Bailey an infant under age to Samuel Vanhook

P69 - George Fuller, Anthony Hinton, Hezekiah Farchild & John Gibson to view a road from where it comes to Richard Fields fence and to where it leaves it

P69 - Present: James McFarlane & John M. Estill

P69 - David Fannin recommended as Captain in a company of Grenadiers, 1st batallion, 72nd Regiment in place of James Robinson who resigned. George McConnel for Lt & William Romine for Ensign

P69 - William Irven recommended for Capt of the 1st batallion, 72nd Regiment in place of John Price who resigned, Charles Cromwell for Lt in place of Richard Price who resigned, George Hoke for Ensign in place of William Ervin who is promoted

P69 - John Candler recommended as Capt in 1st batallion, 72nd regiment in place of William Gilmore who resigned, William Hays for Lt in place of John Candler, promoted to Captain & James Sergant for Ensign in place of William Hays who was promoted to Lt

p69 - Abraham Childris recommended as Captain 1st batallion, 72nd regiment in place of Stephen Gose who resigned, John Colley for Lt in place of John Kelley, removed & John Jessee for Ensign in place of Thomas Dollarhide, removed

P70 - James Flannery recommended as ensign in place of James Friley who resigned

P70 - James Osborne recommended as Captain for a company of Grenadiers in 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment in place of Joshua Ewing who resigned, Samuel Tate for Lt in place of James Osborne, promoted and James Tate for Ensign

P70 - Inventory & appraisement of the estate of John Crump, decd, recorded

p70 - Samuel Hendricks produced testimony proving no tithable living with him for the past 4 or 5 years and he himself was constable

P70 - John Dollerhide vs Littleberry Robinson, chancery, consent of the parties, 1 month longer allowed to take depositions

P70 - Present: Thomas Johnson, James McFarlane & John M. Estill

P70 - John JOhn Tate, Thomas Carter & James Gibson, appointed commission of the Peace as sheriffs

P71 - Henry Dickenson & Nathan Ellington appointed to settle with the adm of John Crump, decd

P71 - Robert Duff recommended as Captain of a troop of cavalry, James Dickenson for 1st Lt, Thomas Dickenson for 2nd Lt & Alex McFarlane for Cornet?

P71 - Absent: Andrew Cowan

P71 - Monasses & Daniel Friel vs William Robinson, chancery, def not having filed an answer within 3 months though served with a subpoena, def ordered to appear before the 1st day of next court

P71 - Line between Tazewell & Russell Co. - that they began at the Cove Creek at a tree marked with 10 chops and the letters T. R., to Manns Gap in Kents Ridge, on the Sandy Ridge,

P71 - Motion of John Horton by D. Sheffey, atty, injunction granted to stay all proceedings on a judgement obtained by John Deskins against him

P72 - Certificate of the qualification of John Ward, comm. of revenue for the upper district

P72 - Court, August 26, 1800. Present: James Gibson, John Smith, James Davison & James McFarlane

P72 - Indenture from John M. Estill, John Tate, Charles Bickley, Anjer Price, William Owens & James Osborne, trustees for the town of Dickensonville to Thomas Johnson & Nathan Ellington, acknowledged by all except Anjer Price, recorded

P72 - Indenture from William George & Rachel to Samuel Gamble, recorded

P72 - Indenture from George Miller to Allen Riley, oaths of John Wood, Hendley Fugate, Richard Price & John Riley, recorded

P72 - Indenture from George Miller to Andrew Harvey, oaths of Robert Vickers & Zachariah Salliers, continued for further proof

P72 - Instrument of writing from Robert Kilgore purporting the mauinission of a negro boy named Plaber at the time mentioned, recorded

P73 - 2 Indentures from Thomas Nash & Rebecca, 1 to John Anderson, 1 to David Hendricks, recorded

P73 - Power of Atty from Buley Riley & John Davis to John Horton, oaths of Daniel Horton & Nimrod Mason, recorded

P73 - Clerk to certify to the Registrar of Land Office that it has been proven that George McCoy & James McCoy are all the brothers of Robert McCoy, decd had at his death and that he had 1 sister who intermarried with William Williams and that he had no children when he died

P73 - Indenture from James Daniel & nancy to ?, oaths of William Assberry, recorded

P73 - Abraham Childris be constable

P73 - Certified to the Registrar of Land Office that John, Sarah, Jacob, Catherine, Elizabeth, Susanna & Mary are all the children that JOhn Banner had at the time of his death and that they are all the heirs of John Banner, decd

P73 - George Francisco surveyor of the road from the main road to Henry Smiths Mill in the place of Joseph Duff and Samuel Robinson to furnish him a list of

tithables

P73 - Indenture from Joseph Whiteley & Sarah to Charles Carrell, recorded

P74 - Indenture from John Hargis to James Dickenson, recorded

P74 - Robert Mitchel be exempted from paying levies on account of his infirmities

P74 - Power of Atty from William Cope & William Cope, Jr. to Enoch Wright, proof certified by John Vanbebber & James Renfro, justices of the peace in Granger Co., TN, recorded

P74 - Dabney Findly vs John Candler, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P74 - Dabney Findly vs John Candler, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P74 - Samuel Vanhook vs William Robinson, petition & summons, def confessed that he owes the pltf, judgement granted the pltf

P74 - George Thompson vs Henry St. John Dixon, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P74 - Present: John Tate

P75 - Thomas Francis vs Littleberry Robinson, petition & summons,, dismissed

P75 - Andrew Cowan vs Austin Bush, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P75 - Simon Cockrell, Samuel Ritchie, Patrick Porter, Samuel Ewing, William Gilmore & David Fannin appointed overseers of the poor

P75 - Present: Samuel Ritchie

P75 - James Fitzgerral vs Lewis Connoway, petition & summons, continued at def cost

P75 - James Fitzgerral pay James Whitehead for 1 day as witnesses for him vs Lewis Connoway and for traveling 60 miles both ways

P75 - Champion Faris vs Jacob Buckhannon, attachment, sheriff attached a mare. Judgement granted the pltf

P75 - William Moore va James Best, petiton & summons,

P75 - James Best vs William Moore, case, consent of the parties, suits referred to Patrick Porter & Robert Vickers for arbitration

P76 - John Osborne vs Alexander Montgomery, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P76 - John WArd produced an account of services as comm of revenue

P76 - James Dickenson produced an account of services as comm of revenue

P76 - James Dickenson, comm of revenue for the lower district, gave information that James Lemarr and Thomas Willshire did refuse to give a list of their taxable property, summoned to show cause

P76 - Harry Smith & Jonathan Wood, deputies of Henry Smith, sheriff, produced lists of insolvent lands & property for 1799

P76 - Summonses for Thomas Soward, James Hutcherson, Richard Wilson, William Melton to show cause why they should not be fined and taxed for refusing to give lists of their taxable property

P77 - Call Court for the examination of Hugh Monhollon for feloniously taking 25 yards of flax and tow seven hundred linen of the property of Andrew Harvey on the 6th of September 1800. Present: Andrew Cowan, John Tate, John Smith, James Dickenson, John M. Estill & Thomas Johnson

P77 - Prisoner being arraigned at the bar, pleaded not guilty, def found not guilty

P77 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, September 23, 1800. Present: John Tate, James Gibson, Samuel Robinson, James Davison

P77 - Power of atty from Gracey Conn, Joseph Frazer, Margaret Frazer, Catherine Conn to James Pendleton, oaths of Joseph, Margaret, Catherine, execution thereof by Gracey Conn, oath of David Cox, certified

P78 - Robert Bailie vs Adam Sherrel, debt, Richard Price undertakes for the def

P78 - Indenture from Hiram Kilgore to Zebulan Loveall, recorded

P78 - Wilson Vermillion, foreman, Abraham Childris, David Fannin, Solomon Crabtree, William Romine, James Canard, Jacob Waggoner, John Coil, Hezekiah Farchild, Richard Fields, Thomas Sergant, Laurence Vanhook, Silas Flannery, William Dorton, Daniel Price, James Ovelton, William Tate, Joshua Pinnex, Stephen Gose, grand jury of inquest

P78 - Presentment against the surveyors of the Cove road from the county line down to the Cedar Creek for not keeping the road in repair, information of David Fannin & William Romine, farmers. Surveyors of the road from William Gilmores to this near corner of Andrew Cowans fence for not keeping the road in repair by information of Laurence Vanhook & Wilson Vermillion, farmers. Surveyors of the road from the head of Copper Creek to the Courthouse for not keeping the road in repair, infromation of Laurence Vanhook & Wilson Vermillion, farmers. Surveyors of the mountain road beginning at the fork below Charles Cromwells to Euricus Andersons for kto keeping the road in repair, information of Richard Fields & Hezekiah Farchild, farmers.

P79 - Presentment against the surveyors of the road from James Overtons to Richard Prices up Mockerson for not keeping the road in repair, information of Daniel Price & William Tate, farmers. Presentment against John Reed for making a fence across the public road being the tenant of the land on which the fence is erected, information of Richard Fields & Hezekiah Farchild, farmers. Against Joseph Field for making a fence across the public road, he being the owner of the land on which the fence is erected, information of Richard Field & Hezekiah Farchild, farmers. Against the surveyors of the road from William Owens to the top of Mockerson Ridge for not keeping the road in repair, information of Daniel Price & William Tate, farmers. against the surveyor of the road beginning at Henry Smiths in New Garden to Alex Shoemakers for not keeping the road in repair, information of Solomon Crabtree & James Canard, farmers. Against Timothy Burgess, Jr. for getting drunk & profanely swearing a number of oaths at the raising of William Gilmores mill=house in August, information of Laurence Vanhook & Wilson Vermillion, farmers.

P79 - James Sargent, Nathaniel Hicks & James Sergant to view a road from between McClures old cabbin to Kilgores old cabbin to near James Sergants, ordered to be cut

P80 - Thomas King vs Patrick Kindrick, debt

P80 - Thomas King vs Patrick Kindrick, debt, office judgements set aside, def by Claiborne, atty, states he has paid debts

P80 - Simon Cockrell, Samuel Ritchie, Patrick Porter & William Gilmore, qualified as overseers of the poor

P80 - Commonwealth vs Barnet & Evans, dismissed

P80 - Commonwealth vs William Manadue, continued

P80 - Commonwealth vs Henry Smith, presentment for profane swearing, judgement granted the pltf, def fined and ordered to pay cost of prosecution

P80 - Commonwealth vs William Pippin, dismissed

P80 - Commonwealth vs Simon Stacy, dismissed

P80 - Commonwealth vs William Moore, Discontinued

P80 - Commonwealth vs Richard Davis, continued

P80 - Commonwealth vs John Dollerhide, continued

P80 - Commonwealth vs Richard Price, dismissed

P80 - Commonwealth vs William Gilmore, dismissed

P80 - Commonwealth vs James Scott, dismissed

P80 - Commonwealth vs Jacob Robinson, dismissed

P80 - Commonwealth vs William Wells, dismissed

P80 - Commonwealth vs David Thompson, dismissed

P80 - Commonwealth vs Simon Stacy, dismissed

P80 - Commonwealth vs James Claxton, dismissed

P80 - Commonwealth vs John Harris, dismissed

P80 - Freels vs Whartons, adtors, chancery, answer filed by def.

P80 - Laurence Vanhook, surveyor of the road in place of Joseph Scott, who resigned and that Samuel Robinson furnish him a list of titahbles

P81 - Simeon Jackson, surveyor of the road from Samuel Robinsons to opposite his house and that Samuel Robinson give him a list of tithables

P81 - David Calhoun vs John Candler, , debt, John M. Estill undertakes for the def

P81 - Dabney Findley vs John Candler, debt, Francis Browning undertakes for the def

P81 - David Fannin qualified as overseer of the poor

P81 - Andrew Cowan assigned to furnish William Nash, surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P81 - Bill of sale from Joseph Jones to Isain Hall, oath of Berry Robinson, recorded

P81 - Commonwealth vs John Dollerhide, dismissed

P81 - Commonwealth vs Charles Bickley, dismissed

P81 - Instrument of writing purporting to be a deed of emancipation from Patrick Kindrick to Betty a mulatto, recorded

P81 - Commonwealth vs James Tate & William Manadue, indictment, Jury: Henry Waggoner, William Wills, Patrick Coil, Solomon Woolfort, George Stacy, George Smith, John Horton, Henry Hursk, John Hargis, Thomas Stapleton, Joseph Vickers and Alexander Dunlap, judgement granted the pltf, def fined

P82 - Zachariah Fugate be paid for 1 day as witness for the commonwealth vs James Tate & William Manadue

P82 - Mortion of Thomas Connoway, security: Richard Price, granted adm. of the estate of Elizabeth Canaday, decd.

P82 - Commonwealth vs Henry Friley, & Moses Damron, indictment, Jury: William Hall, Thomas Stapleton, Joseph Davis, Thomas Person, George McCoy, William Vickers, Thomas Whiteley John Hall, Zachariah Salliers, William Salliers, William Manadue & Austin Bush, judgement granted the pltf. Both defs fined

P82 - Commonweath vs John Brumley & Thomas Ross, indictment, def Brumley states is not guilty. Jury: Henry Waggoner, William Wells, Patrick Coil, Solomon Woolford, George Stacy, George Smith, John Horton, Henry Hursk, John Hargis, Joseph Vickers, Alexander Dunlop, David Cocke. Defs fined

P83 - Richard Fields & Laurence Vanhook be paid for 1 day as witnesses for the commonwealth vs John Brumley & Thomas Ross

P83 - James Dickenson, assigned to furnish to Laurence Vanhook, surveyor of the road, a list of tithables

P83 - court of Quarterly Sessions, September 24, 1800. Present: JOhn Tate, James Gibson, John M. Estill & James Davison

P84 - John Dollerhide vs Littleberry Robinson, chancery, depositions taken since the last publication be published

P84 - John Tate vs Champion Faris, non suit set aside, declarations filed, suit reinstated on rule dockett

P84 - Bott vs Kindrick, continued by consent

P84 - Anthony McNight vs Patterson & Jones, continued

P84 - Joseph Whiteley vs Samuel Haddox, continued for the def

P84 - Joseph Whiteley pay Jacob Mungle for 4 days as witness for him vs Samuel Haddox, and for travelling 11 miles both ways. That he pay William Gilmore for 1 day as witness for him vs Samuel Haddox. That he pay William Owens for 2 days as witness for him vs Samuel Haddox. That he pay John Hargis for 3 days as witness for him vs Samuel Haddox

P84 - Samuel Haddox pay Matthias Kimple, for 3 days as witness for him vs Joseph Whiteley. That he pay Stephen Ogdon for 2 days as witness for him vs Joseph Whiteley. That he pay Thomas Price & David Cocke for 1 day as witness for him vs Joseph Whiteley

P84 - John Fagan vs James Davison & Eleanor Engram, chancery, continued to the February court

P84 - William Moore pay George McCoy for 2 days as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop

P85 - Alexander Dunlop pay Edward & Mary Dorton for 2 days as witness for him vs William Moore

P85 - Robert Tate pay Joseph Tate & Robert Tate for 1 day as witnesses for him vs C. Fugate

P85 - Charles Bickley pay John Back & William Manadue for 1 day as witnesses for him vs Alexander Dunlop, that he pay Charles Stuart for 1 days as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop and for travelling 25 miles both ways

P85 - John Horton pay Simeon Jackson & Ebenezer Brewster for 1 day as witnesses for him vs Francis Preston

P85 - Francis Preston pay unto William Luster for 1 day as witness for him vs John Horton

P85 - Henry Castle pay James Jackson, Job Chapman, Zachariah Salliers for 4 days as witnesses for him vs Nimrod McIntosh, that he pay Robert Vickers & Andrew Harvey for 1 day as witnesses for him vs Nimrod McIntosh

P85 - Nimrod McIntosh pay Sarah Harvey for 1 day as witness for him in the suit of Henry Castle by Jacob Castle, his father & next friend

P86 - Court of Quarterly Sessions for September 25, 1800. Present: Samuel Ritchie, John Tate, James Gibson & Samuel Robinson

P86 - Phillip Dingas vs Thomas Hunt, def being illegally held to appearance bail is suffered to appear without bail & his apperance bail is released

P86 - Charles Bickley vs Alexander Dunlop, covenant, continued at Defs cost

P86 - Charles Bickley pay William Moore for 2 days as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop, that he pay John Back, William Vickers, Charles Stuart & William Manadue for 1 day as witnesses for him vs Alexander Dunlop

P86 - William Moore vs Alexander Dunlop, case, Jury: Simon Cockrell, William Luster, Ebenezer Brewster, Thomas Hunt, Zachariah Salliers, William Vickers, Daniel Horton, Edward Monohon, Simeon Jackson, William Duesce, John Back & Jacob Cassal, judgement granted the pltf

P86 - William Moore pay James Briant & Edward Monohon for 2 days as witnesses for him vs Alexander Dunlop, that he pay George McCoy for 1 day as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop

P87 - Alexander Dunlop pay Edward Dorton & Mary Dorton for 1 day as witness for him vs William Moore

P87 - Mary Horton vs John Horton, case, D. Sheffey for def, writ of enquiry set aside, continued for the def

P87 - Mary Horton pay George Kindrick, Daniel Johnson & Daniel Horton for 3 days as witnesses for her vs John Horton

P87 - John Horton pay Samuel Ritchie for 4 days as witness for him vs Mary Horton, that he pay Samuel Robinson for 3 days as witness for him vs Mary Horton

P87 - Tavern rates: Rum by the half pint, 25 cents; Wine by the half pint, 25 cents; French Brandy by the half pint, 30 cents; Whiskey by the half pint, 10 cents; Peach Brandy, 17 cents; Cider or Beer by the quart, 9 cents; Dinner 25 cents; breakfast, 21 cents; corn or oats by the gallon, 9 cents, stableage with fodder or hay per night, 17 cents; pasturage for night, 9 cents.

P87 - Henry Dickenson, license granted him to keep ordinary at his house

P88 - John Horton vs Francis Preston, covenant, Jury: Alexander Dunlop, John Dollerhide, William Owens, James Bryant, William Manadue, Robert Brown, Francis Price, Robert McFarlane, Joseph Davis, Andrew Harvey, Edward Dorton & William Dewis, Jury decision: find both facts for the Cavetor, considered that the law & on the facts in favor of caveator. Ordered that the cavetees survey as it includes the caveators land the cavatee shall be inhitited from obtaining a grant and that the caveator recover the cost for the prosecution,

P88 - Walter Preson vs Jeremiah Patrick, debt, def atty withdraws plea. judgement granted the pltf

P88 - John Horton, caveator vs Francis Preston, Caveatee, caveator produced the following accounts: surveyor, register of the Land Office, sheriff for attending the survey & summoning witnesses, 2 chain carriers at 4 days each.

P89 - Henry Castle vs Nimrod McIntosh, case, continued for the def

P89 - Henry Castle pay Andrew Harvey & Robert Vickers for 1 day as witness for him vs Nimrod McIntosh

P89 - Nimrod McIntosh pay Sarah Harvey for 1 day as witness for him vs Henry Castle

P89 - John Horton pay Simeon Jackson & Ebenezer Brewster for 4 days as witness for him vs Francis Preston

P89 - Francis Preston pay William Luster for 1 day as witness for him vs John Horton

P89 - Robert Tate vs Colebird Fugate, case, agreement of parties cause is referred to William Owen, Francis Price & Richard Price, arbitrators

P89 - Robert Tate pay Samuel Isaacks, Joseph Tate & Robert Tate for 1 day as witnesses for him vs Colebird Fugate

P89 - Henry Castle vs Nimrod McIntosh, case, commission granted the pltf to take deposition of James Jackson

P90 - Court, October 28, 1800. Present: Samuel Ritchie, John Tate, Samuel Robinson & James Dickenson.

P90 - Indenture from James Watson & Francis to John Richmond, recorded

P90 - Indenture from John Wood & Nancy to William Bays, recorded

P90 - 2 Indentures from George Stacy & Mary, 1 to Stephen Kilgore, 1 to Isaac Armstrong & Edward Harris, recorded

P90 - Indenture from Bennet Wellman & Mary to Jesse Belshe, recorded

P90 - Indenture from James Culbertson & Mary to Joseph Siers, recorded

P90 - Indenture from Jacob Crabtree & Mary to Richard Price, recorded

P91 - Indenture from Jeremiah Patrick to William Patrick, recorded

P91 - 2 Indentures from George Pucket & Lucy, 1 to Wilson Vermillion and 1 to Michael Elliott, recorded

P91 - Indenture from Baily Greenwood & Nancy to James Lang (Long), oaths of William Nash & George Pucket, continued for further proof

P91 - Indenture from James Kinnard to Joel Cook, recorded

P91 - Indenture from James Kinnard & Wife of Solomon Ward, recorded

P91 - Indenture from Joel Cook to Henry Smith, recorded

P91 - John Ferral, surveyor of the road in place of George Pucket & that Samuel Robinson Furnish him a list of tithables

P91 - John Jesse, John Short, Robert Webb & John Colley, to view a road from the meeting house on Clinch River to Robert Webbs for a waggon road

P91 - James Murphy to mark animals with a half crop on the upper side of each

ear

P92 - Thomas Connoway, Sr. vs Thomas Connoway, Jr, attachment, constable attached 1 cloth coat and 1 axe, property of the def. summoned Lewis Connoway as a garnishee who declares that he is indebted to the def for 25 bushels of corn. Judgement granted the pltf

P92 - William Nash vs William Robinson, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P92 - Robert Casteel vs Thomas Mallet & John Smith, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P92 - Robert Casteel pay Joseph Casteel for 1 day as witness for him vs Mallet & Smith

P92 - Colebird Fugate vs Peter McIntosh, petition & summons, dismissed

P92 - Nathan Hobbs be surveyor of the road in place of James Hobbs and that James Dickenson furnish him a list of tithables

P93 - John Harman be constable in place of Samuel Hendricks

P93 - Henly Haddox, assignee of Francis Price vs Joseph Tate & William Tate, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

p93 - Henly Haddox, assignee vs Joseph Tate & William Tate, judgement

P94 - Motion of Judith Colley, securities: John Colley & Abraham Childris, granted adm of the estate of Thomas Colley, decd

P94 - Richard Pemberton vs John Horton, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P94 - Indenture from Walter Preston & nancy to Jeremiah Patrick, Jr., certified by the Washington Co. Court, recorded

P94 - Simeon Jackson, Daniel Fannin, George Francisco, Daniel Johnson & George Kindrick, view a road from the main county road near sinking branch to the line of Washington Co. for the best & nearest way to the Salt Works

P94 - Court, October 29, 1800. Present: Samuel Ritchie, John Tate, Samuel Robinson & James Dickenson

P94 - William Moore vs James Best, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P94 - William Moore pay Housin Kinner for 2 days as witness for him vs James Best

P94 - Jacob Castle, Sr. be surveyor of the road in place of James Jackson and that John Tate furnish him a list of tithables

P94 - Henry Smith, principal surveyor recommends Jonathan Wood, Jr. for deputy surveyor. Ordered that Daniel Sheffey conduct examination of his qualifications for the office

P94 - Daniel Sheffey examined Jonathan Wood who was recommended as deputy surveyor by Henry Smith Surveyor, found him knowledgeable

P95 - Court expenses for 1800: Clerk for services, clerk for examining comm. books, Daniel Sheffey, atty for the commonwealth, sheriffs services, William Hurds for extra work about the courthouse, commissioners for making good bookcases & jury seats in the rooms, John Chaffin for killing 1 old wolf, Samuel Alley for killing 1 old wolf, Michael Kelley for killing 1 old wolf, Thomas Vaughan for killing 1 old wolf, Simeon Jackson for killing 1 old wofl, Jeremiah Patrick for killing 1 old wolf, Samuel Raney for killing 1 old wolf, Samuel Renfroe for killing 1 old wolf, Daniel Johnson for killing 1 old wolf, Nathan Hobbs for killing 1 old wolf, Joseph Kizer for killing 1 old wolf, Thomas Carter for killing 1 old wolf, James Moss for killing 1 old wolf, William Chapman for killing 1 old wolf. Balance due William Hurds including an order for H. Dickenson & Robert Duff. Balance due Oliver Hughes. Henry Smith, chief surveyor for running the dividing line between Russell & Tazewell, James McFarlane & David Fannin, commissioners appointed to superintend running the line between Russell & Tazewell Counties. Henry Smith, balance due him for books, Harry Smith for carrying the Senatorial poll to Wythe Courthouse a distance of 80 miles.

P95 - Debtors to the county: Henry Smith for arrears of the levy for 1799, trustees for the town of Dickensonville, Richard Price for Whiteley, Colebird Fugate, collector of the levy for 1798

P96 - John Crank, Jr., Thomas Stapleton, Jr., Neal Sutherland, James Crank & Matthias Kimple were impressed as guards serving 9 days each in the safe keeping of Elizabeth Hursk in the jail, accused of homicide

P96 - Present: John Smith & John M. Estill

P96 - Samuel Tate, Thomas Stapleton, Jonathan Woods were impressed as guards for the safekeeping & conveyance of Elizabeth Hursk from the county jail to the district jail a distance of 22 miles.

P97 - John Fugit, constable, produced his account of services in criminal prosecutions, ordered to be certified

P97 - Edmund Pendleton, constable, produced his account for services in criminal prosecutions, orderd to be certified

P97 - Bill of Sale from Matthias Kimple purporting the conveyance of Bett a negro woman & Reuben, a negro boy to Henry Dickenson, oaths of Nathan Ellington, recorded

P97 - Harry Smith, George Kindrick, Charles Holliday, Thomas Dickenson, David Fannin, John Fugit & John McClellan, recommended for justices of the peace

P97 - Absent: James Dickenson

P97 - Harry Smith appointed Commissioner of the revenue for the upper district

P97 - James Dickenson appointed a comm. of the revenue for the lower district

P97 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, November 25, 1800. Present: John Tate & James Dickenson

P98 - Court, December 23, 1800. Present; John Tate, John Smith, James Dickenson & John M. Estill

P98 - William Bolin, John Fugit, Jr., John Holbrooks & John Collier, to appraise the estate of Elizabeth Canaday, decd

P98 - Joseph Tate, Jr. be surveyor of the road in place of Richard Davis and John Tate to furnish him a list of tithables

P98 - 2 Indentures from John Gibson & Phebe, 1 to William Garret and 1 to Anthony Hinton, recorded

P98 - Indenture from Enoch Wright, atty for William Cope to Anthony McNight, recorded

P98 - Samuel Vanhook appointed coroner

P98 - John Colley appointed Lt in the militia

P98 - Abraham Childris, John Jesse, Sr., John Short & Joseph McReynolds, to appraise the estate of Thomas Colley, decd

P98 - James Ovelton be fined for contempt of court

P99 - John Tate produced a certificate of qualification from James Dickenson as Comm of the Revenue for the lower district, recorded

P99 - Overseers of the poor bind out Mary Canady, infant orphan of Mary Canady, decd

P99 - Mary Fraley, bound in recognizance bond to appear in court to answer such matters as should be objected against her by John Holubrook, who charged her with stealing his hogs, opinion divided, she was dismissed

P99 - Indenture from Patrick Coil & Leweretia & John Coil to Henry Fuller, recorded

P99 - Isaac Martin bound in recognizance to appear in court for a breach of the peace

P99 - Henry Dickenson appointed to take care of the courthouse and keep it clean and furnish it with candles when wanting.

P99 - Call Court held January 27, 1801 for the examination of Isam Hall charged with feloniously stealing & killing a sheep from Littleberry Robinson.

P99 - Present: John Tate, John Smith, James Dickenson & John M. Estill

P100 - Prisoner arraigned, pleads not guilty, witnesses being sworn and examined against him, defendant found not guilty

P100 - Exmination of James Briant & Thomas Briant charged with feloniously stealing, taking & carrying away one axe, property of Ezekiel Sullivan. Prisoner being arraigned, pleaded not guilty, witnesses testified against them, defendant found not guilty

P100 - Court, January 27, 1801. Present: John Tate, James Dickenson, John Smith, John M. Estill

P100 - Indenture from Robert Mitchel to Joseph Sires, recorded

P100 - Indenture from Euricus Anderson to Henry Campbell, recorded

P100 - Samuel Robinson assigned to furnish Laurence Vanhook, surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P100 - Indenture from Thomas Hunt to John Elswick, recorded

P101 - John Tate produced certificate of qualitifcation for Harry Smith as Comm. of the Revenue for the upper district, recorded

P101 - Abraham Childris appointed Captain in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment

P101 - Instrument of writing from John Alley purporting the emancipation of Milley, a negro girl, recorded

P101 - Commission of the peace directed to George Kindrick, Thomas Dickenson, David Fannin, & John Fuget, recorded

P101 - Edmund Whitt appointed constable

P101 - Absent: John Tate

P101 - John Tate appointed sheriff, securities: Henry Dickenson, Harry Smith & John M. Estill, took oath

P101 - John Tate, sheriff, recommended Zachariah Fugate for his deputy

P101 - Harry Smith produced a commission of the peace appointing him magistrate

P102 - John Stinson, Jeremiah Patrick, Sr. & Jeremiah Patrick, Jr. appointed to view a road from John Stinsons in the new Garden to Henry Smiths place in the Richlands reported that there may be a good waggon road with some labor, ordered to be cut. William Patrick appointed surveyor of the lower end from John Stinsons to opposite Jeremiah Patrick, Jr. That James Canard be surveyor from opposite Jeremiah Patrick, Jr. to Smiths in the Richlands and that Harry Smith furnish him a list of tithables

P102 - William Bolin vs Matthew Linsey, attachment, constable attached John Wells and summoned him as a garnishee, declares on oath that he is indebted to the def for salt petre & powder to be delivered at his house. Judgement granted the pltf.

P102 - 2 Indentures from John Gibson & Phebe, 1 to William Garret, 1 to Anthony Hinton, recorded

P103 - Court, January 28, 1801. Present: James Dickenson, John M. Estill, Harry Smith, George Kindrick & David Fannin

P103 - John Duglass, assignee vs James Briant, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P103 - John Garret, assignee vs Robert Wilson, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P103 - Elijah Carter recommended as Lt in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment in place of William Kilgore who refused to serve, Joseph Culbertson for ensign in place of Elijah Carter, promoted.

P103 - Present: John Fugit. Absent: Harry Smith

P103 - Joseph Taylor be constable

P103 - Jesse Fugit appointed constable in Castles Woods in place of John Fugit

P103 - Israel Kean appointed constable

P103 - John Tate appointed collector of levy for 1800. Security: Nathan Ellington & Harry Smith

P104 - Nelson White be surveyor of the road in place of Simon Stacy and that Thomas Johnson furnish him a list of tithables

P104 - Simeon Jackson, Daniel Johnson, George Kindrick to view a road from the main county road near Sinking Branch on the Washington County line in the direction to the salt works, ordered to be cut. George Kindrick be surveyor of the road and that David Fanning furnish him a list of tithables

P104 - John Drakes precinct of the road be extended as far up as the county line and David Fannin furnish him a list of tithables

P104 - Isaac, a negro man belonging to John Breeding, Sr. be exempted from paying levies, poor rates & public taxes on account of age & bodily infirmities

P104 - Indenture from Nathan Watson to Charles Bickley & John Damron, oath of Henry Dickenson, recorded

P104 - William Paschall be exempt from paying levies & poor rates on account of age & bodily infirmities

P104 - Indenture from Henry Dickenson & Mary to James Richmond, recorded

P105 - Court, February 24, 1801. Present: James Dickenson, Harry Smith, George Kindrick & David Fannin

P105 - Motion of James Hunter, testimonial is granted for solemnizing the rites of matrimony. Securities: James Dickenson & Samuel Robinson

P105 - Indenture from Robert Duff & Mary to James Crank, recorded

P105 - Election be held at James McFarlanes in the upper district on the 17th by the freeholders & housekeepers of the district for the purpose of choosing 3 persons for overseers of the poor and that James McFarlane superintend the same.

P105 - Election be held at Thomas Stapletons at the Big Spring in the lower district on the 17th of March to choose 3 persons for overseers of the poor and that Samuel Ritchie superintend the same

P105 - John Tate assigned to furnish Joseph Tate, surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P105 - John Tate assigned to furnish Jacob Castle, surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P106 - Indenture from Thomas Blackemore to Joseph Whiteley, oath of Jacob Castle, Robert Bratton & Bazle Castle, recorded

P106 - 6 Indentures from John Wood, 1 to William Benham, 1 to Jonathan Wood, 2 to Vincent Benham, 1 to William Wells and 1 to John Tate, recorded

P106 - Indenture from Francis Price & Jane to James Hobbs, recorded

P106 - Power of atty from Jonathan Wood & Henry Wood to George Morrison, oaths of John Wood & James Osborne, recorded

P106 - Henry Williams be exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of age & bodily infirmities.

P106 - Absent: Harry Smith

P106 - Present: Andrew Cowan, Samuel Robinson, Samuel Ewing, John M. Estill, James Davison, James Dickenson, John Smith, John Fugit, Thomas Dickenson, Thomas JOhnson 7 James McFarlane

P106 - Indenture from William Strong & Jean to John Davison, recorded

P106 - ABednigo White, Reuben Ratliff, George Steele & Arthur Blankenship to view a road from the lower line of Bean Smallwoods and then along the south side of a ridge to the upper end of Bean Smallwoods line

P107 - Motion of James Best an injunction is granted to stay proceedings of a judgement obtained against him by William Moore

P107 - Motion of James Briant by atty an injunction granted him to stay the proceedings on a judtement against him by John Duglass

P107 - Power of atty from jared Lane an agent for Richard Smith to Samuel Ewing, the execution being certified by Daniel Everit, Notary Public for the county of Litchfield, CT, recorded

P107 - Power of atty from Isaac Baker & Molley to Joseph Whiteley, certified by James Douglass & James Cryer, recorded

P107 - Indenture from Thomas Breedlove to Charles Keezee, recorded

P107 - Fagan vs Engram, etal, chancery, continued

P107 - Robert Webb, John Short & John Colley to view a road from the meeting house on Clinch River to Robert Webbs, to John Jessee then up Karrs Creek to the head to the county road, ordered to be cut

P107 - Deed of Gift from Henry Dickenson, Sr. to Thomas Dickenson, son of James Dickenson, oaths of James Osborne, Francis Price & John Wood, recorded

P108 - James Osborne appointed Captain in a Company of Grenadiers, 2nd batallion, 72nd Regiment

P108 - George Lee exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of infirmities

P108 - William Lawson surveyor of the road in place of William WElls

P108 - John Counts surveyor of the road from the meeting house on Clinch River to John Jessee Sr.. Andrew Cowan to furnish him a list of tithables

P108 - John Jesse surveyor of the road from his house to the county road. Andrew Cowan furnish him a list of tithables.

P108 - John Irvin surveyor of the road in place of Benjamin Johnson & that James McFarlane give him a list of tithables

P108 - Harry Smith recommended as surveyor in place of Henry Smith who is dead

P108 - Joseph Davison, James Osborne & John Salliers to view a road from James Davisons former place to Thomas Alleys Mill, fit for a good waggon road, ordered to be cut

P108 - Reuben Charles, William Martin, William Dorton & moses Dorton to view a road from the iron works to the Crab Orchard near Moores Field

P109 - Simeon Jackson precinct of the road as far as an oak above Thomas Hunts new yards and that Jacob Francisco precinct come as low as the oak

P109 - Francis Price be constable in place of Joseph Taylor

P109 - Samuel Robinson assigned to furnish Simeon Jackson surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P109 - William Davis pay William Couch for 1 day as witness for him vs Isam Hall

P109 - Absent: Andrew Cowan, Samuel Robinson & John Smith

P109 - Court, February 25, 1801. Present: Samuel Ewing, John M. Estill, Thomas Johnson, Harry Smith, James McFarlane & Thomas Dickenson

P109 - Sheriff recommended Jonathan Wood as his deputy, appointed

P109 - Andrew Heburn gave assurance of fidelity, certified

P109 - William Tate, Jr. be surveyor of the road in place of James Claxton and that Thomas Johnson furnish him a list of tithables

P110 - Charles Bickley, Jacob Robinson, Thomas Dickenson, Littleberry Robinson to view a road from Thomas Dickensons to the French road where the path turns out to Robinsons

P110 - Henry Davis appointed constable

p110 - William Davis pay William Martin & William for 2 days as witnesses for him vs Isam Hall

P110 - Henry Dickenson empowered to purchase a half bushel from any seal or standard in the city of Richmond and seal all others that may apply for that purpose

P110 - Hugh Porter recommended as ensign in the 2nd batallion, 72nd Regiment in place of James Flannery who resigned

P110 - James Bush be exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of his age & bodily infirmities

P111 - court, March 24, 1801. Present: Andrew Cowan, Samuel Ewing, Thomas Dickenson & John Fugit

P111 - Indenture from John Lathim to Daniel Young, probate certified by the Clerk of Lee County, recorded

P111 - Indenture from Daniel Young & Lucy to James Sargent, oaths of Johnson Sargent, Thomas Sargent & Temple Sargent, recorded

P111 - Samuel Robinson to furnish a list of tithables to John Ferral surveyor of the road

P111 - 4 Indentures from Edmund Pendleton, 1 to James Jones, 1 to William Jones, 1 to Reuben Jones and 1 to Daniel Nelson, oaths of Reuben Jones, William Jones, James Jones & Daniel Nelson, recorded

P111 - John McClellan, commission of the peace, took oath

P111 - Andrew McDaniel be exempted from levies & poor rates on account of age and bodily infirmities

P111 - Henry Castle vs Nimrod McIntosh, case, to take depositions of Stephen Miller in Floyd Co., Ky.

P111 - James Gibson, Jonathan Osborne, David Cocke & David Briant, to view a road from Osbornes ford down the Hunters Valley to the flat lick

P112 - John Smith, James Lee, John Marshall & William Bolen to view a road from John Smith to where it may intersect the road that leads from the Courthouse to the hunters ford

P112 - James Osborne, Joseph Davison & John Salliers to view a road to Alleys Mill to where it intersects the county road and from Alleys Mill to Benjamin Fugates old place, reported will make a good road without great deal of labor

P112 - Patrick Coil by Henry Dixon, atty for an injunction to stay the proceedings on a judgement obtained by Edmund Stephens assignee of John Lang.

P112 - William Hall, assignee vs Moses Huffman, petition & summons, dismissed at def costs except attys fees

P112 - William Irvin vs Peter Anderson, petition & summons, dismissed

P112 - Indenture from William Gilmore to Elizabeth Gilmore, certified

P112 - Thomas Dickenson, Berry Robinson, Jacob Robinson viewed a road from Thomas Dickensons to the French road, reported a good road made leading across Capt. Bickleys plantation who consented to the same, ordered to be cut. Thomas Dickenson appointed surveyor and John Fugit to furnish a list of tithables

P113 - Inventory & appraisement of the estate of Elizabeth Canady, decd, recorded

P113 - Absent: Andrew Cowan, SAmuel Ewing & John McClellan

P113 - Present: John M. Estill & James McFarlane

P113 - Motion of Harry Smith, securities: Nathan Ellington, William Gilmore & Henry Dickenson, adm granted on the estate of Henry Smith, decd

P113 - Alexander Lefebre vs C. Fugate, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P113 - William Davis vs Isam Hall & others, petition & summons, continued for the def

P113 - William Davis pay James Briant for 2 days as witness for him vs Isam Hall & others

P113 - Isam Hall, etal pay William Couch, William Hall & William Martin for 1 day as witness for him vs William Davis

P114 - Andrew Polston exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of age & bodily infirmities

P114 - Henry Castle vs Nimrod McIntosh, case, pltf to take deposition of Job Chapman

P114 - Harry Smith empowered to take in possession the book of entries & surveys of all papers pertaining to the office of surveyor, now in possession of Mary Smith, widow of Henry Smith, decd

P114 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, April 28, 1801. Present: Samuel Ewing, Harry Smith, David Fannin & John McClellan

P114 - Colebird Fugate vs William Melton. Andrew McClellan surrenders the def in discharge of his recognizance. Abraham Childris undertakes for the def

P114 - Jonathan Wood, foreman, Joseph Casteel, James Osborne, William Owens, Daniel Price, Moses Dorton, John Salliers, Colebird Fugate, Austin Bush, James Friley, Stephen Gose, William Davis, John Crank, Sr., William Combs, Champion Faris, Richard Fields, Hezekiah Farchild, Solomon Crabtree & Andrew McClellan, grand jury of inquest

P115 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from the top of Mockerson Ridge to where it intersects the Mockerson Road at William Owens by information of William Owens & Cd. Fugate, farmers. against Surveyor of the road from James Overtons to Richard Prices for not keeping the road in repair, informaiton of William Owens & Daniel Price, farmers. Against the surveyor of the road from Russell Courthouse to the top of Mockerson Ridge for not keeping the road in repair, information of William Owens & Colebird Fugate, farmers. Against the surveyor of the road from William Moores to the Big Springs for not keeping the road in repair, information of Solomon Crabtree & John Crank, farmers. Against the surveyor of the road from John Woods to where it intersects Copper Creek road at Robert Vickers, information of Champ. Faris & Jonathan Woods, farmers. Against the surveyor of the road from the widow Hays to James Gibsons for not keeping the road in repair, information of Hezekiah Farchild & Richard Fields, farmers. Against Nathan Hobbs for profane swearing the 22nd of this month, information of William Davis & Moses Dorton, farmers. Against Robert Tate, Sr. for profane swearing on the 4th wednesday in November last, information of William Owens & Cd. Fugate, farmers. Against Nathan Hobbs & James Briant for fighting on the 4th Tuesday in February last, information of Moses Dorton & James Fully, farmers. Against William Tate, Jr. & Joseph Tate, Jr. for fighting on the 3rd Saturday in this month, information of John Salliers & Jonathan Woods, farmers. Agsint Samuel Porter, Jr. & James Hobbs, Jr. for fighting on the 22nd day of this month, information of Stephen Gose & Moses Dorton, farmers. Against James Smith & Thomas Davis for fighting on the 22nd day of this month, information of Stephen Gose & Moses Dorton, farmers

P116 - James Hendricks, Nathaniel Hicks, James Sargent, Richard Johnson to view a road from a small cabbin between James Sargents & james Hendricks to about 200 yards

P116 - David Fannin & Simeon Jackson, overseers of the poor upper district

P116 - Commonwealth vs Richard Davis, dismissed

P116 - Commonwealth vs Richard Davis, dismissed

P116 - Commonwealth vs John Drake, dismissed

P116 - Commonwealth vs Jacob Francisco, dismissed

P116 - Commonwealth vs Thomas Hunt, dismissed

P116 - Commonwealth vs James Scott, dismissed

P116 - Commonwealth vs Solomon Litton, dismissed

P116 - Commonwealth vs Samuel Robinson, presentment, def fined and pay costs of prosecution

P116 - Commonwealth vs William Gilmore, presentment, def be fined and pay costs of the prosecution

P117 - Laurence Vanhook be paid for 1 day as witness for Commonwealth vs William gilmore

P117 - Commonwealth vs William Moore, dismissed

P117 - Commonwealth vs Timothy Burgis, alias summons awarded

P117 - Commonwealth vs James Gibson, presentment, def fined and pay costs of prosecution

P117 - Commonwealth vs JOhn Reed, presentment for making a fence across public road, Jury: John Back, Zachariah Salliers, Neal Sutherland, Samuel Williams, Joseph Whiteley, Thomas Francis, George McCoy, Henry Davis, James Dawson, Hendley Haddox, Alexander Dunlop, Ambrose Hammons, judgement granted pltf

P117 - Isaac Baker & wife vs Richard Daniel & Others, chancery, pltf to take depositions of Patrick Porter, Jr., Samuel Ritchie & Thomas Carter

P117 - John Fugit assigned to furnish William Moore, surveyor of the road with a new list of tithables

P117 - Absent: Harry Smith

P117 - Harry Smith appointed surveyor. Security: Nathan Ellington & John Tate

P118 - James Thompson produced a license to practice as atty, signed by Edmund Winston, John Tyler & Archibald Stuart

P118 - Commonwealth vs Joseph Fields, presentment, Jury: Edward Monohon, William Moore, David Cocke, William Martin, David Briant, Richard Davis, Jacob Castle, William Tabor, Isaac Friley, Samuel Tate, Francis Price & Josseph Tate, def found guilty

P118 - John Tate appointed Lt Col Commandant of the 72nd regiment of militia in place of Andrew Cowan who resigned

P118 - Commonwealth vs James Claxton, dismissed

P118 - Commonwealth vs Richard Price, dismissed

P118 - Commonwealth vs John Harris, dismissed

P118 - Commonwealth vs John Stinson, dismissed

P118 - Commonwealth vs George Pucket, dismissed

P118 - Commonwealth vs William Lockhart, continued

P118 - John Fugit assigned to furnish Thomas Dickenson, surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P118 - George Kindrick produced certificate of qualification of David Fannin Capt. in County Grenadiers, 1st batallion, 72nd Regiment

P119 - Absent: Samuel Ewing. Present: James McFarlane

P119 - James Lemarr summoned to show cause for refusing to make oath to his list of taxable property

P119 - Nathan Ellington appointed for Major of the 2nd batallion, 72nd Regiment, in place of John Tate, who is promoted

P119 - Order that the fine on James Lemarr be rescinded

P119 - George Kindrick, Daniel Johnson & Jacob Francisco to appraise the goods & chattels of Henry Smith, decd

P119 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, April 29, 1801. Present: James McFarlane, George Kindrick, David Fannin & Thomas Dickenson

P119 - Patrick McDavid vs Isaac Collins, def atty moved that the verdict of the jury be arrested, agreement of council, judgement arrested

P120 - Charles Bickley vs Alexander Dunlop, convenant broken, Jury: Jacob Castle, James Best, Neal Sutherland, John Ellington, Matthias Kimple, David Cocke, Edward Dorton, Stephen Ogdon, Samuel Tate, Andrew Harvey, Richard Daniel & John Horton, Judgement granted the pltf

P120 - Charles Bickley pay David Melton for 3 days as witness for him vs Alexander Dunlop, also pay John Back, William Moore & William Manadue for 2 days as witnesses for him vs Alexander Dunlop

P120 - Robert Bailey assignee vs Adam Sherral, debt, dismissed at def. cost

P120 - Robert Tate vs Colebird Fugate, case, pltf to appear to show cause why judgement should not be rendered on the award of the arbitrators

P121 - Robert Tate pay William Owens for 2 days as witnesses for him vs Colebird Fugate

P121 - Joseph Whiteley vs Samuel Haddox, covenant broken, Jury: John Haris, William Gilmore, Patrick Kindrick, John Back, James Richmond, William Moore, Zachariah Salliers, Benjamin Pendleton, Andrew Ullam, Isaac Fleetwood, William Manadue & William Lee, Judgement granted the pltf

P121 - Joseph Whiteley pay William Owens, William Gilmore & Joseph Whiteley for 2 days as witnesses for him vs Samuel Haddox

P121 - Samuel Haddox pay David Cocke, Francis Price for 2 days as witness for him vs Joseph Whiteley

P121 - Mary Horton vs John Horton, case, def confesses debt to the pltf, Judgement granted the pltf

P122 - Mary Horton pay George Kindrick for 2 days as witness for him vs John Horton, also pay Daniel Horton for 1 day as witness for him vs John Horton

P122 - Henry Castle vs Nimrod McIntosh, case, continued at the def cost

P122 - Henry Castle pay Job Chapman, Andrew Harvey & Zachariah Salliers for 1 day as witnesses for him vs Nimrod McIntosh

P122 - Alexander Thomas, Jr. vs Joseph Belsha, trespass, assault & battery, Judgement granted the pltf, trial continued to the next court

P122 - Conrod Bott (Boll) vs Patrick Kindrick, debt, Judgement granted the pltf

P122 - Jacob Robinson vs Jesse Friley, dismissed

P123 - Phillip Dingas vs Thomas Hunt, debt, office judgement set aside

P123 - David Calhoun vs John Candler, debt, Smith for the def, office judgement set aside

P123 - Dabney Findlay vs John Candler, debt, Smith for def, office judgement set aside

P123 - John Tate vs Isaac Collins, case, def states does not owe debt, Jury: Thomas Whiteley, Joseph Blackemore, Stephen Ogdon, John Ellington, francis Price, William Owens, Richard Price, Richard Daniel, Edward Dorton, Robert Duff, Hugh Marshall & Robert McFarlane, award to the pltf

P123 - John Jones vs Dale Carter, remanded to the rule dockett

P123 - William Strong vs French Mason, abates by def's death

P124 - James Best vs Richard Daniel, case, continued for the def

P124 - James Best pay Dale Carter for 12 days as witness for him vs Richard Daniel

P124 - Joseph Davis vs William Couch, case, writ of enquiry & damages set aside

P124 - Matthias Kimple vs Colebird Fugate, NB, def by Dixon, atty, writ of enquiry & damages set aside, trial continued to the next court

P124 - Matthias Kimple vs Colebird Fugate, case, def by Dixon, atty, writ of enquiry set aside, Jury: John Walls, Jacob Castle, Andrew Harvey, JOhn Stapleton, Stephen Ogdon, Benjamin Pendleton, Job Chapman, Edward Dorton, Isaac Fleetwood, Joseph Whiteley, Andrew Ullam & Thompson Mobley, judgement granted the def, pltf atty moved for new trial which is granted on his paying the costs of this trial

P125 - Matthias Kimple pay John Tate for 1 day as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate

P125 - Matthias Kimple vs Samuel Porter, etux, dismissed

P125 - Henry Dixon vs George Thompson, continued

P125 - Matthias Kimple pay Samuel Tate & Robert McFarlane for 1 day as witnesses for him vs Colebird Fugate

P125 - Court of Quarterly Sessions for April 30, 1801. Present: James Dickenson, James McFarlane, David Fannin & John McClellan

P125 - Joseph King, assignee vs John Candler, debt, def atty relinquished plea and says he is not further instructed whereby the def stands entirely undefended. Judgement granted the pltf.

P125 - Thomas Whiteley vs Thomas Stapleton, case, Jury: John Watts, Hugh Marshall, John Ellington, Andrew Ullam, Thomas Bundy, William Manadue, Dennis Mullowney, Alexander Dunlop, Robert McFarlane, Francis Smith, James Thompson & Robert Duff. Judgement granted the pltf

P126 - Thomas Whiteley vs Thomas Stapleton & wife, case, pltf by atty. Jury: John Watts, Hugh Marshall, John Ellington, Andrew Ullam, Thomas Bundy, William Manadue, Dennis Mullowney, Alexander Dunlop, Robert McFarlane, Francis Smith, james Thompson, Robert Duff. Judgement granted the pltf

P126 - Matthias Kimple vs Colebird Fugate, case, writ of enquiry set aside, def states he is not guilty

P126 - Matthias Kimple pay Samuel Tate, Robert McFarlane & William Manadue for 1 day as witnesses for him vs Colebird Fugate

P126 - John Wilson, assignee vs Hugh Monhollon, debt, Jury: Samuel Tate, Joseph Whiteley, John Watts, Thomas Whiteley, Andrew Ullam, Robert Duff, John Ellington, John Stapleton, William Manadue, Hugh Marshall & Alexander Dunlop. Judgement granted the pltf

P127 - Only Samuel Tate has the right to mark with a swallow fork in the right ear and a hole in the left

P127 - Thomas Whiteley pay Patty Depriest for 3 days as witness for him vs Thomas Stapleton, also pay Joseph Whiteley & John Ellington for 2 days as witnesses for him vs Thomas Stapleton

P127 - Edward Whitt (White) be discontinued as constable

P127 - Samuel Strong be constable

P127 - William Sargent be constable in the place of Edward Whitt

P127 - Daniel & Monasses Freels vs Whartons adtors, chancery, commission awarded the parties to take depositions

P127 - Isaac Baker & Molley vs Richard Daniel, Samuel Haddox & Stephen Ogdon, chancery, def Richard Daniel & Samuel Haddox not having entered their appearance. Appears that they are not inhabitants of Virginia, ordered that the defs Richard Daniel & Samuel Haddox appear to Sept court and answer bill, copy of this order be inserted in a public newspaper published in the state for 2 months and posted at the front door of the Courthouse

P128 - John Damron appointed Captain in the 2nd batallion, 72nd Regiment in place of Nathan Ellington who is promoted, John Allen for Lt in place of John Damron who is promoted and Hugh Porter Engisn in place of James Flannery resigned

P128 - James Logan vs William WEbb, chancery, depositions be taken in this cause and published

P128 - Plan of the town of Dickensonville with 62 ac of land, plat surveyed by Henry Smith, recorded

P129 - Court, May 26, 180l. Present: Samuel Robinson, John Smith, John M. Estill, James Davison, James McFarlane & John Fugit

P129 - Indenture from John Wood & Nancy to William Wells, recorded

P129 - Indenture from Euricus Anderson & Elizabeth to William Gilmore, recorded

P129 - Indenture from Solomon Crabtree & Susanna to Thomas Hunt, recorded

P129 - John Damron, James McKinney, william Bolin & John Jessee to view a road from the French road, passing Captain Bickleys Mill to John Jessees Mill

P129 - Isaac Baker etux vs Richard Daniel, etal, commission awarded to take depositions

P129 - Indenture from Joseph Oney & Rebecca to William Nash, oaths of Henry Dickenson, William Gilmore & Samuel Hendricks, recorded

P129 - Solomon Litton overseer of the poor for the upper district

P129 - Present: Harry Smith

P130 - George McConnel surveyor of the road in place of Solomon Litton, James McFarlane, assigned to furnish a list of tithables

P130 - Indenture from James Friley to William Tabor, recorded

P130 - Will of William Preecs, decd, oaths of Samuel Robinson & George McConnel, recorded. Also sworn to by Richard Preecs, one of the executors. Executors: Richard Preecs with Thomas Hunt & Samuel Ewing, securities.

P130 - Solomon Litton, Samuel robinson, Israel Keen, & George McConnel, to appraise the estate of William Preecs, decd

P130 - William Owens chosen as one of the overseers of the poor for the lower district took oath of office

P130 - Samuel Ewing produced 2 certificates, 1 the qualification of William Irvin as Capt in the 1st batallion, 72nd Regiment and 1 qualification of Charles Crumwell as Lt in the 1st batallion, 72nd Regiment,

P130 - Joseph Tate vs Reuben Charles, attachment, constable summoned William Martin, Colebird Fugate & James Briant, Jr. garnishees. William Martin states that he is not indebted to the def, Colebird Fugate & James Briant Jr did not appear. Summons issued for thim to appear at next court. Judgement granted the pltf

P131 - Patrick Kindrick, James Canard, Andrew Shortridge & Archer Prater, viewed a road from Archer Praters to the county line in the direction of McGuires mill

P131 - William Davis vs Isam Hall & Martha JOnes, petition & summons, dismissed

P131 - William Davis pay Jacob Robinson for 2 day as witness for him vs Isam Hall & Martha Jones, also pay James Briant & William Martin for 1 day as witness for him vs Hall & Jones

P131 - Isam Hall & Martha Jones pay Owen Sullivan & Jesse Fugit for 1 day as witness for them vs William Davis

P132 - Court of Quarterly Session, June 23, 1801. Present: Samuel Robinson, John M. Estill, James McFarlane, Harry Smith, George Kindrick & John Fugit

P132 - Simon Chaffin be exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of age & bodily infirmities

P132 - Indenture from Peter Lower to Bennet Wellman, oaths of John Short & Wesley Short, continued for further proof

P132 - Indenture from Patrick Riley to James Tate, oaths of William Fugate & Hendly Haddox, continued for further proof

P132 - Indenture from Stephen Miller to James Tate, oaths of William Fugate & Henly Haddox, continued for further proof

P132 - Inventory & appraisement of the estate of William Preecs, decd, recorded

P132 - David Alley, surveyor of the road from the ford of Clinch to the big Springs in the place of J. Culbertson and that Samuel Ritchie furnish him a list of tithables

P132 - James Hendricks, foreman, George Counts, Alexander Shoemaker, Jeremiah Picket, John Coil, Henry Campbell, Reuben Owens, John Frazer, Robert vickers, Christopher Gose, John Alley, James Leath, DAniel Davison, Champion Faris, Colebird Fugate & Moses Dorton, grand jury of inquest

P133 - Presentment against surveyor of the road from the ford of stony creek to the ford of Clinch for not keeping the road in repair, information of James leath & John Alley, farmers. Against the surveyor of the road from William Moores to the big springs for not keeping the road in repair, information of Moses Dorton & Robert Vickers, farmers. Against the surveyor of the road from William Cody's to John Woods for not keeping the road in repair, information of Champ Faris & Daniel Davis. Against the surveyor of the road from John Woods to Robert vickers for not keeping the road in repair, information of Champ Faris & Cd Fugate. Against the surveyor of the road from Little Mockerson Gap to where it intersects Copper Creek road leading to Russell County, information of James Hendricks & Henry Campbell for not keeping the road in repair and for not setting up signs boards at the cross roads near John Estills. Against the surveyors of the road from Estills Quarter to where it intersects the Elk Garden road leading to Kings Salt works, information of James Hendricks & Henry Campbell, farmers. Against Hugh Porter & Patrick Pearson for fighting on 16th of May last, information of Reuben Owens & Colebird Fugate

P133 - Samuel Ritchie chosen as overseer of the poor for the lower district, oath of office

P133 - Motion of Thomas Hunt, writ granted him for the purpose of holding an inquisition for a proposed erection of a water grist mill

P134 - Commonwealth vs John Horton, alias summons awarded

P134 - Surveyor of the county attended by John Tate & William Owens to go on the lands formerly the property of Benjamin Estill now in the possession of John M. Estill, Benjamin Estill & Samuel Edmiston to survey and lay off the bounds that portion of the land devised for life to Catherine Estill now Catherine Edmiston by the will of Benjamin Estill

P134 - Commonwealth vs William Tate, Jr., dismissed

P134 - Commonwealth vs Joseph Tate, Jr, dismissed

P134 - Commonwealth vs John Harris, dismissed

P134 - Hendley Fugate who is Captain to patrol together with Richard Davis, Samuel Tate & William Tate, reported that they served 24 hours on the 19th April 1801, a second time they served 12 hours the 2nd of May and a 3rd time on the 23rd of May they served 12 hours

P134 - James McFarlane, Samuel Robinson, George Kindrick appointed to examine the surveyors office

P134 - John M. Estill, John Smith & John Fugit appointed to inspect the clerks office

P134 - Commonwealth vs William Moore, continued

P134 - Commonwealth vs Nathan Hobbs, presentment, def to be fined for profane swearing 2 oaths and pay costs of the prosecution

P134 - James Briant, Sr. fined for profane swearing 1 oath in the present of the court, ordered to be imprisoned until sundown

P135 - John Damron, James McKinny & John Jesse viewed a road from the intersection of the French road passing by Captain Bickleys Mill to John Jessees. Christopher Gose surveyor of the same form the French road to the widow Reeds Big Branch and Archer Jessee from there to John Jessees and that Thomas Dickenson furnish them a list of tithables

P135 - James Briant, Jr. fined for raising a riot and interrupting the proceedings of the court that he be imprisoned for 24 hours and remain there until he pay the fine

P135 - Commonwealth vs Nathan Hobbs, information, def by atty Dixon. Jury: John Irvin, William Friley, Hendly Haddox, James Smith, Samuel Hendricks, Moses Step, Patrick Kindrick, John Salliers, Bird Vanhook, William Hinds, James Abbot & Joseph Tate, cause continued

P135 - Commonwealth vs James Briant, information, Jury: John Irvin, William Friley, Hendly Haddox, James Smith, Samuel Hendricks, Moses Step, Patrick Kindrick, John Salliers, Bird Vanhook, William Hinds, James Abbot, & Joseph Tate. Judgement granted the commonwealth

P136 - Thomas Dickenson be appointed overseer of the poor in place of William Tate, Sr. who resigned on account of his infirmities

P136 - Israel Keen, Thomas Flowers, John Kean & Richard Preecs to view the new old road & new road by Samuel Robinsons

P136 - Motion of Patrick Kindrick by atty an injunction granted him to stay the proceedings of a judgement obtained against him by Conrod Bott

P136 - Owen Sullivan, Isaac Riddle, Henry Wayland, Charles Stuart, george Suthard, Thomas Wiltshire, Zebulon Loveall summoned to show cause why they did not give a list of taxable property and that Peter Hutcheson, Richard Price, James Brown be summoned to show cause for not giving a list of their taxable property

P136 - Commonwealth vs William Tate, information. Jury: Nathan Hobbs, William Martin, John Dollerhide, Peter McIntosh, James Flannery, Abner Hobbs, Benjamin Harris, Samuel Porter, John Stapleton, Thomas Davis, William Davis & William Davis, Judgement granted the commonwealth

P137 - Commonwealth vs Joseph Tate, information. Jury: Nathan Hobbs, William Martin, John Dollerhide, Peter McIntosh, James Flannery, Abner Hobbs, Benjamin Harris, Samuel Porter, Joshua Stapleton, Thomas Davis, William DAvis & William Davis. Judgement granted the pltf

P137 - colebird Fugate pay Samuel Tate for 1 day as witness for him vs Matthias Kimple

P137 - John Fugit vs Austin Bush, dismissed, def cost

P137 - Court of quarterly Sessions, June 24, 1801. Present: Harry Smith, George Kindrick, Thomas Dickenson & John Fugit

P137 - Commonwealth vs Samuel Porter, information, Jury: Joseph Tate, Thomas Alley, Dale Carter, Samuel Hendricks, James Tate, Patrick Kindrick, Thomas Person, Peter mcIntosh, Edward Dorton, William DAvis, Joseph Davis & Berry Robinson, Judgement granted the pltf

P138 - Stephen Gose be paid for 2 days as witness for the commonwealth vs Samuel Porter & James Hobbs, Jr.

P138 - Commonwealth vs James Hobbs, Jr., information, Jury: Joseph Tate, Thomas Alley, Dale Carter, Samuel Hendricks, James Tate, Patrick Kindrick, Thomas Person, Peter McIntosh, Edward Dorton, William Davis, Joseph Davis & Berry Robinson. Judgement granted the pltf

P138 - Present: James Dickenson

P138 - Commonwealth vs Thomas Davis, information, Jury: Hugh Porter, William Moore, Champ. Faris, Samuel Tate, Benjamin Pendleton, Jacob Castle, Stephen Ogdon, Joseph Culbertson, Daniel Davison, Andrew Harvey, Zachariah Salliers, James Best. Judgement granted the commonwealth

P139 - Commonwealth vs James Smith, information, Jury: Hugh Porter, William Moore, Champion Faris, Samuel Tate, Benjamin Pendleton, Jacob Castle, Stephen Ogdon, Joseph Culbertson, Daniel Davison, Andrew Harvey, Zachariah Salliers, James Best, Judgement granted the pltf

P139 - Moses Dorton be paid for 2 days as witness for him vs Thomas Davis & james Smith

P139 - John Fagan vs James Davison & E. Engram, chancery, bill be dismissed, Judgement granted the def

P139 - Motion of Samuel Haddox by atty, injunction granted him to stay the proceedings on a judgement granted against him by Henry St. John Dixon on an attachment

P139 - Motion of Samuel Haddox by atty for an injunction to stay the proceedings of a judgement obtained by Joseph Whiteley against him, injunction not granted

P140 - John Hamon, Shadrick Monk, Abraham Childris & Ambrose Hamon to view a road from Thomas Dickensons and passing through Dumps Creek settlement until it intersects the road at Mr. Jessees where it strikes his mill

P140 - Thomas King vs Patrick Kindrick, debt, dismissed

P140 - Thomas King vs Patrick Kindrick, debt, dismissed

P140 - Solomon Frazer vs Champ Faris, continued

P140 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, June 25, 1801. Present: James Dickenson, Harry Smith, George Kindrick & Thomas Dickenson

P140 - Anthony McNight vs Patterson & Jones, continued

P140 - Alexander Thomas vs Joseph Belsher, continued

P140 - Robert Tate vs Colebird Fugate, case, pltf fails to show sufficient cause in pursuance of the order of the last court. Considered that the award rendered by the arbitrators be set aside. Commission awarded the def to take depositions of William townsend in Granger Co., TN

P141 - Matthias Kimple vs colebird Fugate, trespass, assault & battery, Jury: Andrew Harvey, William Dorton, Alexander Dunlop, David Calhoon, Robert Duff, Jacob Castle, william Hinds, Stephen Ogdon, Zachariah Salliers, Abram Childris, Abram Oxer & james Osborne, def found guilty

P141 - Matthias Kimple pay Dicy Dorton for 2 days as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate

P141 - William Milton vs colebird Fugate, case, pltf not an inhabitant of the state. Pltf ordered to give security for the prosecution of this suit. Security: Abraham Childris

P141 - Matthias Kimple vs Colebird Fugate, case continued at pltfs cost

P141 - Matthias Kimple pay Samuel Tate for 2 days as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate

P141 - Henry Castle by Jacob Castle vs Nimrod McIntosh, case, def states he is not guilty

P142 - George Frazer vs James Tate, NB, writ of enquiry set aside, def pleads not guilty

P142 - Matthias Kimple vs C. Fugate, case continued at the defs costs

P142 - Matthias Kimple pay Moses Dorton for 3 days as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate, also pay William Hinds for 3 days as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate and for travelling 37 miles both ways

P142 - Colebird Fugate pay Isaac Fleetwood & John Tate for 3 days as witness for him vs Matthias Kimple

P142 - James Best vs Richard Daniel, case, referred to determination by John Tate & Henry Dickenson

P142 - William Dorton vs Nevel Wayland, case, Jury: Littleberry Robinson, Isaac Fleetwood, Abram Oxer, Samuel Tate, William Hinds, Daniel Davison, Peter McIntosh, Stephen Ogdon, alexander Dunlop, Andrew Harvey, Thomas Bundy & Hugh Marshall. Judgement granted the pltf

P143 - Thomas JOhnson vs Nevil Wayland, case. Jury: Littleberry Robinson, Isaac Fleetwood, Abram Auxer, Samuel Tate, William Hinds, Daniel Davison, Peter McIntosh, Stephen Ogdon, Alexander Dunlap, Andrew Harvey, Thomas Bundy & Hugh Marshall. Judgement granted the pltf

P143 - Moses Dorton vs Nevil Wayland, case, Jury: Littleberry Robinson, Isaac Fleetwood, Abram Auxer, Samuel Tate, William Hinds, Daniel Davison, Peter McIntosh, Stephen Ogdon, Alexander Dunlap, Andrew Harvey, Thomas Bundy, Hugh Marshall. Judgement granted the pltf

P143 - James Best vs Carrington Wheeler, chancery, general replication to the defs answer, parties to take depositions

P143 - Samuel Haddox for the benefit of Colebird Fugate vs James Osborne, case, def confesses judgement, pltf agrees to stay execution

P144 - David Calhoon vs John Candler, debt, Jury: Moses Dorton, Robert Tate, Zachariah Salliers, Abraham Childris, Richard Daniel, Matthias Kimbple, Samuel Vanhook, James Bradley, William Griffeth, Robert Duff, James Best & Colebird Fugate. Judgement granted the pltf

P144 - John Tate, Thomas Carter, James Gibson appointed in the commission of the peace as sheriffs

P144 - Henry Castle pay Zachariah Salliers & Andrew Harvey for 3 days as witness for him vs Nimrod McIntosh

P144 - Joseph Tate vs Reuben Charles, attachment, Colebird Fugate summoned as garnishee, states that he is indebted to the def. Judgement granted the pltf

P144 - George Hoke vs Thomas Hunt, case, writ of enquiry set aside. Pltf to give security for the prosecution of this suit

P145 - George Frazer pay James Osborne for 2 days as witness for him vs James Tate

P145 - James Osborne pay Daniel Davison for 3 days as witness for him vs Samuel Haddox

P145 - Court, July 28, 1801. Present: Samuel Robinson, James McFarlane, David Fannin & John Fugit

P145 - Indenture from James Dickenson to Nathan Hobbs, recorded

P145 - Israel Keen, Thomas Flower, John Keen & Richard Prees viewed a new road & old road by Samuel Robinson, reported that the road could be improved by making one samll turn which they have worked

P145 - Indenture from Michael Oxer to John Crank, recorded

P145 - Harry Smith assigned to furnish William Patrick & James Kinnard surveyors of the road with a list of tithables

P146 - John Hamon, Abram Childris & Shadrick Monk appointed to view a road from Thomas Dickensons through dumps Creek settlement to where it intersects Jessees road on Karrs Creek. Report that a tolerably good road can be made by keeping along Herrals Valley to Dumps Creek and down the creek to Dumps Creek Gap near John Hamons to the mouth of Karrs Creek and up the creek to Jessees road, ordered to be cut

P146 - William Cordill, surveyor of the road from Thomas Dickenson to John Hamons and Shadrick Monk from there to John Jessees road where it strikes the mill creek and that Thomas Dickenson furnish them a list of tithables

P146 - Indenture from Richard Price, atty for James Dickenson to John Phelps, recorded

P146 - Power of atty from James Dickenson to Richard Price, oaths of James McFarlane & Joseph Whiteley, recorded

P146 - Benjamin Harris, surveyor of the road in place of John Harris and that Thomas Johnson furnish him a list of tithables

P146 - John Counts, Jr. and made oath that he is charged in the Commissioners book with the 265 ac of land and that he only has 165 ac, ordered to be certified to the Auditor of Public accounts

P146 - John Dollerhide surveyor of the road in place of Richard Price and that James Dickenson and furnish him with a list of tithables

P147 - 2 Indentures from Henry Dickenson & Mary to Thomas Johnson, recorded

P147 - Indenture from Thomas Johnson & Susanna to James Fullen, recorded

P147 - Edmund Stephens, assignee vs Patrick & John Coil, motion on a forthcoming bond, Judgement granted the pltf

P147 - Samuel Cornet surveyor of the road in place of David Thompson who has resigned and that James Davison assigned to furnish him a list of tithables

P147 - Thomas Dickenson furnish John Jessee, surveyor of a road with a list of tithables in place of Andrew Cowan

P147 - Jesse Belsher, Henry Williams, Henry Campbell, Euricus Anderson appointed to view a road from about 10 steps from the corner of the upper end of Jonathan Skeans field to about 100 yards below the lower end of the field

P147 - William Nash vs William Robinson, motion on a forth coming bond, judgement granted the pltf

P148 - Bill of Sale from John Stewart to William Stewart, oaths of James Gibson, recorded

P148 - Thomas Dickenson assigned to furnish John Counts, Archer Jessee, John Jessee, Shadrick Monk, William Cordill & Christopher Gose, surveyors of the road with a list of tithables

P148 - Present: James Gibson

P148 - Ellington, McFarlane & Johnson vs Reuben Charles, attachment, Jonathan Wood, deputy sheriff summoned Zachariah Fuate a garnishee who declares that he has a horse in his possession the property of Reuben Charles taken by virtue of an execution in favor of Joseph Tate against Charles. Judgement granted the pltf

P148 - Inquisition taken, granted in favor of Thomas Hunt for the purpose of examining the palce proposed by him for the erection of a water grist mill. Permission granted to build the mill

P148 - James & Jesse Frileys infants orphans of Jesse Friley, decd be bound by the overseers of the poor

P148 - Martha Henderson, daughter & infant of Mary Henderson be bound by the overseers of the poor

P149 - James Hendricks, Jesse Belsher & james Sergant, to view a road from Charles Keezees by Glade Hollow meeting house to James Hendricks

P149 - Joseph Johnson be constable in place of Joseph Carter

P149 - Summon Margaret Duty to appear to show cause for refusing to give a list of taxable property

P149 - John Briant to be summoned to show cause for refusing to give a list of taxable property

P149 - Court, August 25, 1801. Present: Andrew Cowan, John M. Estill, Harry Smith & George Kindrick

P149 - Robert Kilgore surveyor of the road from the head of a hollow called Amos's Hollow to the Big Spring which is a part of David Alleys precinct of the road and that John McClellan furnish him a list of tithables

P149 - Andrew Cowan assigned to furnish Jacob Raresnake surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P149 - 3 Indentures from Stephen Kilgore & Rebecca, 1 to James Burton, 1 to Ralph Kilgore, 1 to John Gray, acknowledged by Stephen & Rebecca, recorded

P150 - Indenture from Henry Smith & Mary to Abner Vance, recorded

P150 - Leak? from Henry Smith to Jacob McGlaulin, recorded

P150 - Indenture from Joseph Johnson to Lewis Harris, oaths of Joseph Carter & William McCubbins, continued for further proof

P150 - Indenture from Joseph Johnson to lewis Harris, oaths of William McCubbins & Joseph Carter, continued for further proof

P150 - Motion of William Fields for turning the road, James Gibson, Euricus Anderson, George Fuller & Jonathan Skean to view the way where the road now goes and the way proposed for turning the same

P150 - Indenture from Thomas Carter to Elijah Carter, oaths of Lewis Harris & Joseph Carter, continued for further proof

P150 - Indenture from Joseph Carter to Elijiah Carter, oaths of Lewis Harris & Joseph Carter, continued for further proof

P150 - Indenture from Thomas Hunt to Abner Luster, recorded

P150 - Robert Webb surveyor of the road from the meeting house to John Jesses in place of John Counts and that Andrew Cowan furnish him a list of tithables

P150 - James Hendricks, James Sergant, Jesse Belsher, to view a road from Charles Keezes to the Glade Hollow meeting house and to James Hendricks. Report: beginning at the great road a quarter of a mile from McKeesees up the great road from there to Jesse Belsher and from there to James Hendricks. Jesse Belsher be surveyor of the road and that Andrew Cowan furnish him a list of tithables

P151 - James Davison furnish Simon Stacy surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P151 - John Hargis vs Peter Stacy, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P151 - John Balfour vs Charles Despado, petiton & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P151 - John Tate bound in recognizance with Robert Tate & Joseph Tate, securities

P151 - 3 Indentures from Alexander Wolcott, 1 to Ebenezer T. Bissell, 1 to Eleanor Phelps and 1 to Cyrus Phelps, certified by Stephen Mix Mitchel, a judge for the superior court of CT, recorded

P151 - Motion, ordered the surveyor resurvey the tract belonging to John McReynolds containing 220 ac lying on both sides of Copper Creek

P152 - Francis Price exempted from the payment of the tax charged against him for 1 stud horse, ordered he be exempted from paying tax as it appears that the stud horse was not in his possession on the 9th of March, certified

P152 - Samuel Haddox requests that the judgement obtained against him by Joseph Whiteley, Judgement ordered to be enjoined

P152 - Thomas Hunt vs James Kirk, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P152 - Robert Bratton vs Alexander Montgomery, petiton & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P152 - Robert Bratton vs Joseph Davis, petiton & summons, continued

P152 - Robert Bratton vs William Manadue, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P152 - Thomas McKenry & James Bratton vs John Candler, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P153 - Peter Hutcheson be exempt from paying levies & poor rates on account of age & bodily infirmities

P153 - JOhn Horton vs Thomas Hunt, etal, injunction, commission awarded the parties to take depositions

P153 - Present: Thomas Johnson, James McFarlane & John Fugit

P153 - Samuel Robinson & George Kindrick to inspect the surveyors office, filed report that some erasures made by the former surveyor which were occasioned by mistakes and not by any intended fraud

P153 - Absent: Andrew Cowan, John M. Estill, Harry Smith

P153 - Harry Smith produced an account of his services as commissioner of the revenue for the upper district for 1801

P153 - Euricus Smith surveyor of the road in place of William Lockhart and that Samuel Robinson furnish him a list of tithables

P153 - Zachariah Fugate & Jonathan Wood, deputy sheriffs produced lists of delinquents & insolvents

P153 - Richard Price vs C. Fugate, petition & summons, dismissed

P153 - James Dickenson produced an account of services as comm. of the revenue for the lower district for 1801

P154 - Court of Quarterly Sessions for September 22, 1801. Present: James Gibson, John Smith, James Dickenson & John M. Estill

P154 - Overseers of the poor bind Elijah Jackson an infant of Jane Jackson to Samuel Stalliard

P154 - Overseers of the poor bind Isaac Jackson, orphan of James Jackson to Alex Montgomery

P154 - Indenture from William Welch to Charles Keezee, recorded

P154 - Samule Baily vs Littleberry Robinson, NB, Motion of def, pltf not a resident of Virginia, ordered that the pltf give security for the cost of prosecution

P154 - Colebird Fugate, foreman, James Scott, Jeremiah Picket, Euricus Anderson, Hezekiah Farchild, Richard Fields, James Hendricks, William Welch, Nathan Hobbs, James Osborne, Francis Price, Jonathan Wood, Oliver Hughes, Richard Long, Stephen Gose & James Friley, grand jury of inquest

P154 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from William Moores to the Big Springs for not keeping the road in repair, information of Cd Fugate & James Osborne, farmers. Against surveyor of the road from James Overtons old place to Richard prices for not keeping the road in repair, information

of Oliver Hughs & nathan Hobbs

P155 - Presentment against surveyors of the road from the forks of the road at Estills Quarter to McClures old field for not keeping the road in repair, information of Nathan Hobbs & Oliver Hughes, farmers. Against surveyor of the road from the top of Mockeson Ridge to the top of Clinch Mountain for not keeping the road in repair, information of Oliver Hughes & Nathan Hobbs. Against surveyor of the road from the Johnsons Ironworks to where it intersects Mockerson road fo r not keeping the road in repair, information of Francis Price & Cd Fugate, farmers. Against surveyor of the road from Jacob Robinsons to the Big springs for not keeping the road in repair, information of James Friley & Jeremiah Picket, farmers. Against the surveyor of the road from John Smiths to Jacob Robinsons for not keeping the road in repair, by information of Stephen Gose & James Friley, farmers. Against surveyors of the road from the Widow Hays & John Gibsons for not keeping the road in repair, information of Hezekiah Farchild & Richard Fields, farmers. Against the surveyor of the road for not putting up signs at the cross roads leading from Littlemockeson Gap to Russell Courthouse near John Estills, information of James Hendricks & Colebird Fugate, farmers. Against the surveyors of the road from Cedar Creek leading towards the courthouse for not keeping the road in repair, information of James Scott & james Hendricks, farmers. Against Champion Faris for profane swearing, information of Francis Price & Cd Fugate, farmers. Against Isam Hall & Robert Mitchel for profane swearing, information of Stephen Gose & James Hendricks, farmers. Against James Shoemaker & Thomas Welch for fighting on the 19th day of the month, information of James Hendricks & William Welch, farmers. Against surveyors of the road from the top of Mockerson Ridge to Russell Courthouse for not keeping the road in repair, information of Oliver Hughs & Francis Price, farmers

P156 - Indenture from Thomas Mallet & Anne to Robert Mitchel, recorded

P156 - George McConnel vs Jacob Sick (Lick), in case, office judgement set aside,

P156 - Samuel Haddox vs Joseph Whiteley, injunction, answer sworn to & filed and notice to dissolve

P156 - Isaac Baker, etux vs Richard Daniel, etal, chancery, oath of Joseph Whiteley, Sr., pltfs to take the deposition of John W. Crunk

P156 - Indenture from James Daniel & nancy to John Belsher, recorded

P156 - Commonwealth vs John Horton, continued at the defs cost

P156 - Henry Castle vs Nimrod McIntosh, case, def surrendered by his bail, Peter McIntosh undertakes for the def

P157 - Capias awarded in case of Samuel Cornet against whom an indictment, found for the crime of perjury

P157 - Thomas MOnahon fined for swearing in the presence of the court

P157 - Nelson White fined for swearing in presence, he be imprisoned until tomorrow morning for disorderly behavior

P157 - William Owens, Francis Price, & David Thompson, fined for neglecting to assist sheriff in conveying Nelson White to prison

P157 - Motion of Nancy Sillerd, 1 of the executors named in the will of James Daniel, decd. Security: JOhn Belsher, granted on decedamts estate in due form

P157 - George Frazer pay Polley Davison for 2 days as witness for him vs James Tate, pay James Osborne & John Wood for 1 day as witness for him vs James Tate

P157 - Henry Dickenson, John Smith & Charles Bickley appointed to settle with the adm. of the estate of Frederick Friley, decd

P157 - Sheriff release Nelson White from his imprisonment

P158 - Present: Thomas Johnson, James McFarlane & John Fugit

P158 - Harry Smith pay for 1 day as witness for the commonwealth vs John Horton on an indictment

P158 - James Best vs Francis Kinner, attachment, continued till tomorrow

P158 - Absent: James Gibson, John Smith & James Dickenson

P158 - Court of Quarterly Session September 23, 1801. Present: John Smith, Samuel Ewing, Harry Smith & Thomas Dickenson

P158 - John Dollerhide vs Littleberry Robinson, chancery, continued at the def cost

P158 - Commonwealth vs John Osborne, presentment, dismissed

P158 - Commonwealth vs Morgan Carter, indictment, def by Francis smith, atty, def states not guilty, Jury: Benjamin Harris, Nelson White, John Dollerhide, William Manadue, Samuel Tate, Nathan Hobbs, James Richmond, William Vickers, William Owens, James Best, Littleberry Robinson & Lewis Horton, judgement granted the commonwealth

P159 - James Gibson & William Stuart paid for 2 days as witness for the commonwealth vs Morgan Carter

P159 - Morgan Carter pay Charles Carter for 1 day as witness for him vs the commonwealth

P159 - Joseph Coger pay Francis Hamblen for 1 day as witness for him vs William Tabor for travelling 65 miles both ways

P159 - John Jones vs Dale Carter, pltf to give security for the costs of this suit

P159 - Joseph Coger vs William Tabor, case, def acknowledges the debt, Judgement granted the pltf

P160 - Patrick McDavid vs James Best, case, nonsuit set aside, declaration filed, remanded to the rule dockett

P160 - Isaac Baker & Wife to Richard Daniel, Stephen Ogdon & Samuel Haddox, chancery. Def Stephen Ogdon not filing answer within 3 months after pltf filed, served with a subpoena 3 months previously. Judgement granted to the pltf if Stephen Ogdon does not file

P160 - James Best vs Richard Daniel, case, arbitrators met, witnesses on both sides testified, judgement granted the pltf

P160 - Jean McDavid vs Abraham Childris, declaration filed, nonsuit set aside, remanded to the rule dockett

P160 - James Davison & Peter Carter be fined for failing to attend as witnesses on behalf of Morgan Carter

P161 - Commonwealth vs Nathan Hobbs, continued

P161 - Commonwealth vs Nelson White, dismissed

P161 - Present: James Dickenson & James McFarlane. Absent: JOhn Smith

P161 - Robert Masey vs JOhn Puckett, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P161 - Richard Price vs Colebird Fugate, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P161 - George Frazer pay John Wood for 1 day as witness for him vs James tate

P161 - Robert Tate pay Joseph Tate, Peggy Tate, James Tate for 5 days as witnesses for him vs Colebird Fugate, also pay William Owens for 1 day as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate

P161 - Motion of William Nash, ordered that the return on execution William Nash against William Robinson be quashed

P161 - Matthias Kimple pay Samuel Tate for 2 days as witnesses for him in an action on the case for slander against Colebird Fugate

P162 - Colebird Fugate pay William Manadue for 4 day as witness for him vs Matthias Kimple, also pay Joseph Tate for 2 days as witness for him vs Matthias Kimple

P162 - Ordered that the fine imposed on Thomas Monohon be remitted

P162 - Ordered that the fine imposed on William Owens, Francis Price & David Thompson be remitted

P162 - Ordered that Henry Castle pay Zachariah Salliers, Job. Chapman & Andrew Harvey for 1 day as witness for him vs Nimrod McIntosh

P162 - Court, October 27, 1801. Present: Samuel Robinson, James Dickenson, John M. Estill, Thomas Dickenson & David Fannin

P162 - John Campbell produced license from Edmund Winston, Richard Parker & Archibald Stuart permitting him to practice as an atty

P162 - 2 Indentures from John Drake & Matthew, his wife, 1 to Abednigo White and 1 to John Horton, recorded.

P163 - Indenture from William Wells & Jemimah to James Bristow, recorded

P163 - Indenture from Jacob Francisco & Catherine to Michael Price, Jr., certified to the court of Montgomery Co., recorded

P163 - Indenture from Zachariah Scaggs & Nancy to John Horton, recorded

P163 - 4 Indenture from John Horton & Issabel, 1 to Hannah Whitt & her heirs, lawfully begotten of Jeremiah Scaggs, 1 to Daniel Horton, 2 to John Drake, recorded

P163 - Indenture from James Kinnard & Mary to Abednigo White, recorded

P163 - Indenture from John Young & Jerusha to William Patrick, recorded

P163 - 2 Indentures from James Tate to Peter Countis, recorded

P163 - Indenture from Patrick Kindrick & Elixabeth to Mary Horton, recorded

P163 - Indenture from George Belsher & Mary to Patrick Kindrick, recorded

P163 - Deed of Gift from John Breeding, Sr. to John Breeding, Jr., oaths of John Thompson & John Wellman, continued for further proof

P164 - Indenture from Joseph Johnson to Lewis Harris, oath of Matthew Johnson, recorded

P164 - Absent: David Fannin. Present: JOhn Fugit

P164 - Indenture from David Fannin to George Steel, recorded

P164 - Present: David Fannin

P164 - Colebird Fugate vs Matthias Kimple, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P164 - Indenture from Robert Duff & Mary to Thompson Mobley, oaths of Henry Dickenson, Richard Price & Francis Price, recorded

P164 - David Cahoe vs John Alexander, attachment, dismissed

P164 - Thomas Paschal be surveyor of the road in place of Jacob Raresnake. Thomas Dickenson assigned to furnish a list of tithables

P164 - Overseers of the poorf bind Mary May an infant of Elizabeth Pucket to John Fugit, Sr.

P164 - Nicholas Honaker be exempted from paying levies & poor rates for 1800

P164 - John Fugit assigned to furnish a list of tithables to William Moore suveyor of the road

P164 - Present: Samuel Ritchie, James McFarlane & Harry Smith

P164 - John M. Estill recommended as Captain of a new company in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment, Benjamin Estill for Lt & Oliver Hughs for Ensign

P165 - Jesse Browning be commissioner of the revenue for the upper district & Robert Tate for the lower district for 1802

P165 - 2 Indentures from Robert Masey & Mary to James Elliott, the other to James Browning, recorded

P165 - Thomas Dickenson furnish Benjamin Harris overseer of the road with a list of tithables

P165 - Harry Smith vs Alexander McFarlane, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P165 - Richard Goodall committed to the jail on complaint of Nancy Price who demanded surety of the peace, ordered that he be discharged

P165 - John Thompson, William Nash, John Brumley, Sr. & Edward Kelley to settle with the adm. of James Jackson, decd

P165 - Court, October 28, 1801. Present: Samuel Ritchie, James McFarlane, Harry Smith & David Fannin

P166 - Court Expenses: Clerk for services for 1801; Daniel Sheffey atty for the commonwealth for 1801; Sheriff services for 1801, John Canute for killing 1 old wolf, Housin Kinner for killing 1 old wolf, Robert Soward for killing 1 young wolf; Thomas Soward for killing 3 old wolves; Samuel Rentfro for killing 2 old wolves; Thomas Soward for killing 2 old wolves; John Chaffin for killing 1 old wolf; Rees Bowen for killing 1 old wolf; Stephen Fields for killing 1 old wolf; Henry Fuller for 1 old wolf; Henley Fugate for 48 hours patroling; Richard Davis for 48 hours patroling; Samuel Tate for 48 hours partroling, Peter Hutcherson for killing 1 old wolf, William McKinney for killing 1 old wolf; Francis Kinner for killing 1 old wolf; Francis Kinner (Kummer) for killing 2 young wolves; James Hutcheson for killing 1 old wolf; Robert Hamon for killing 1 old wolf; Stephen Osborne for killing 1 old wolf; Abraham Auxer for killing 5 young wolves; Abraham Auxer for killing 1 old wolf; Thomas McDaniel for killing 1 old wolf; Richard Collier for killing 1 old wolf (duplicate), Joseph Jones for killing 1 young wolf; Zachariah Fugate for overpaid county levy for 1800.

P167 - Present: John M. Esteill & John Fugit. Absent: Harry Smith

P167 - Henry Smith, sheriff presented account

P167 - John Tate, sheriff produced account

P167 - John Fugit, constable produced account

P167 - Henry Dickenson, clerk, produced account

P167 - John Back, constable, produced account

P167 - Samuel Ritchie & David Fannin, two overseers of the poor produced an account in 1801

P167 - Zachariah Fugate & Jonathan Wood, deputy collectors of county levy for 1801 produced accounts of insolvents & delinquents

P168 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, November 24, 1801. Present: Samuel Robinson, James Davison, Harry Smith, George Kindrick & John Fugit

P168 - Indenture from William Turner to William Combs, oath of William Lawson, recorded

P168 - Indenture from Joseph Kizer & Susanna to Jacob Burke, recorded

P168 - Sheriff take Champion Faris & William Combs and put them in the jail to remain for an hour and that they be fined for insolent behavior

P168 - Spencer Breeding vs John Breeding, Sr., debt, John Breeding, Jr. undertakes for the def

P168 - Shadrick Williams surveyor of the road in place of William Gilmore & that Andrew Cowan give him a list of tithables

P168 - Colebird Fugate, foreman, William Welch, Henry Campbell, Robert Vickers, John Stalliard, George Fuller, Solomon Litton, Nathan Hobbs, Oliver Hughes, James Hendricks, James Irvin, Enos Browning, James Culbertson, Stephen Gose, Patrick Kindrick, Alexander Shoemaker, Joshua Pinnex, grand jury for inquest

P169 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from james Gibsons to Widow Hays lane for not keeping the road in repair, information of George Fuller & James Irvin, farmers; against James Sargent, Sr. for not keeping the road from elk Garden Gap to Little Mockerson Gap by building a house in the said road, information of James Hendricks & Henry Campbell, farmers; against the surveyor of the road from Russell Courthouse to the top of Mockerson ridge for not keeping the road in repair, information of Oliver Hughes & Colebirt Fugate, farmers. Against the surveyor of the road from Thomas Stapletons to William Moore for not keeping the same in repair, information of John salliers & Robert vickers, farmers. Against Joseph Bevens for committing an assault & battery on Edley Murphey, information of James Culbertson & John Salliers, farmers. Against John Davison for making an assault on Alexander Craig, information of John Salliers & Joshua Pinnex. Against James Richmond for feloniously stealing Patrick McDavids daughter under the age of 18, oath of Patrick McDavid, laborer

P169 - Nelson White, assignee vs Littleberry Robinson, debt, Jacob Robinson & William Hall undertakes for the def. Security: Jacob Robinson & William Hall

P170 - Bill of Sale from William Flannery to Jacob Flannery, oaths of John Carter & William Dougherty, recorded

P170 - Colebird Fugate, assignee vs Matthias Kimple, debt, Nathan Hobbs surrendered def in discharge of his recognizance. Security: Henry Dickenson & James Dickenson

P170 - Littleberry Robinson vs Matthias Kimple, debt, Henry Dickenson, undertakes for the def

P170 - McFarlane & Co. vs William Hall, case, Colebird Fugate undertakes for the def

P171 - Present: Samuel Ritchie, James Dickenson, James McFarlane & John M> Estill

P171 - Benjamin Estill, Nevil Wayland, William Nash, Zachariah Fugate, Jolhn Montgomery, Jonathan Wood, Jr. & John Hammons, Jr. added to the commission of the peace

P171 - Will of Peter Bays decd, oaths of Samuel Robinson & Enos Browning, recorded

P171 - Champion Faris vs Daniel DAvison, case, arbitration by William Bennam & Abraham Childris

P171 - John Montgomery, Dale Carter, John Porter & Alexander MOntgomery to view a road from Robert Vickers to the long hollow above Mr. Stapletons

P171 - Absent: Samuel Ritchie

P171 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, November 25, 1801. Present: James Davison, James McFarlane, Harry Smith & George Kindrick

P171 - Isaac Baker, etux vs Richard Daniel etal, chancery, answer filed by def Ogdon, commission awarded

P171 - Overseers of the poor bind William Davis

P171 - Overseers of the poor bind Sarah Evans an infant of Judith Evans

P171 - Overseers of the poor bind Thomas Puckett an infant of Drury Pucket

P171 - Overseers of the poor bind Allin Evans, infant of Judith Evans

P171 - Present: Samuel Robinson

P171 - Colebird Fugate vs William Meton, trespass, abates by defs death

P171 - William Melton vs Colebird Fugate, NB, abates by pltfs death

P171 - Motion of Matthias Kimple, injunction granted him to stay the proceedings on a judgement obtained against him by Colebird Fugate

P171 - Samuel Baily vs Littleberry Robinson, NB, plt failed to give security, suit dismissed and the pltf pay the def cost

P172 - Motion of Richard Daniel, case of James Best against him for misbehavior with the arbitrators, opinion of the court that the motion be overruled

P172 - John Dollerhide vs Littleberry Robinson, chancery, case continued until the 1st of March

P172 - Court, January 26, 1802. Present: Andrew Cowan, John Smith, James Dickenson, Harry Smith

P172 - Indenture from John Wood & nancy to John Wells, oaths of Peter McIntosh, William Wells, Daniel Davison, recorded

P172 - Indenture from James Litton to Henry Burk, recorded

P172 - Indenture from William Southerd & Catherine to George Finney, recorded

P173 - No page 173

P174 - 2 Indentures from Stephen Osborne & Comfort to James Osborne, recorded

P174 - Indenture from John Phillips to John Richmond, recorded

P174 - Indenture from Benjamin Fugate & Hannah to Alexander Whiteley, oaths of Zachariah Salliers, James Best & Peter McIntosh, recorded

P174 - Indenture from Stephen Osborne & Comfort to Jonathan Osborne, recorded

P174 - Indenture from William Burch & Sarah to Archilaus Vaughan, recorded

P174 - Nancy Johnson, widow & relict of Joseph Johnson, decd, relinquished dower right to a certain tract of land containing 100 ac. conveyed to Lewis Harris by Joseph Johnson, deed dated August 7, 1801, recorded

P174 - Indenture from Solomon Sailer & Sarah to Jeremiah Salliers, oaths of John Salliers, Thomas Anderson & Joseph Whiteley, recorded

P174 - Indenture from Henry Dickenson & Mary to Jonathan Osborne, recorded

P175 - Alexander Montgomery, Dale Carter & John Montgomery viewed a road from Robert Vickers to the long hollow. Alexander Montgomery surveyor of the road in place of Robert Kilgore and that Samuel Ritchie furnish him a list of tithables.

P175 - James Scott, Francis Browning, Laurence Vanhook & Shadrick Williams, to view a road from the upper end of Col. Cowans lane to Big Cedar Creek,

P175 - 2 Indentures from Thomas Carter to Elijah Carter, the other from Joseph Carter to Elijah Carter, oath of Hugh Guttery, recorded

P175 - Will of Silas Flannery, decd, oaths of John Smith, Rachel McCoy & John Marshall, recorded

P175 - Bill of sale from John Brown to Stephen Gose, oath of Henry Dickenson, recorded

P175 - Indenture from James Ovelton & Sarah to John Williams, recorded

P175 - Lewis Harris be constable in the Rye Cove

P175 - John Damron, James Osborne, Charles Bickley & JOhn Barner to appraise the estate of Silas Flannery, decd

P176 - Motion of Violet Flannery, Securities: Nathan Ellington & John Montgomery, adm granted her on the estate of Silas Flannery, decd, with will annexed

P176 - John Damron appointed Capt in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment

P176 - Present: Samuel Ewing. Absent: Andrew Cowan & John Smyth

P176 - John Young be constable in the New Garden & Nathan Hobbs on Mockerson in place of Francis Price

P176 - John Tate appointed sheriff. Security: Henry Dickenson & Nathan Ellington

P176 - John Tate, sheriff recommended Zachariah Fugate & Aaron Hendricks as deputy sheriffs

P176 - John Tate appointed Lt Col Commandant of the 72nd reg, 17th brigade, 3rd division of militia of VA

P176 - Nathan Ellington appointe Major in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment,

17th brigade, 3rd division of VA militia

P177 - Court, February 23, 1802. Present: Samuel Ewing, James Dickenson, Harry Smith & John Fugit

P177 - Indenture from John Pucket & Sarah to Andrew Heburn, recorded

P177 - Indenture from Littleberry Robinson to Hugh Porter, recorded

P177 - Indenture from John Riley to John Wood, oaths of Joseph Sampson, JonathanWood, Jr. & Charles Sampson, recorded

P177 - Indenture from William Huston to John Wood, oaths of Nathan Ellington, Henry Dickenson & Zachariah Fugate, recorded

P177 - James Scott, Laurence Vanhook & Shadrick Williams viewed a road from Col. Cowans lane to big Cedar Creek states road stands as formerly to the mouth of Candlers lane, then to the new road near Mrs. Hays spring house, William WRight appointed surveyor in place of Shadrick Williams

P177 - Zachariah Fugate, Peter Counts, Richard Davis, James Claxton, to view a road from the forks of the road where it takes off Davises until it intersects the road the side of John's cabbins

P178 - Andrew Cowan assigned to furnish Jesse Belsher surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P178 - Francis Price surveyor of the road in place of Thomas Johnson and that James Dickenson furnish him with a list of tithables

P178 - Court, March 23, 1802. Present: John Smith, James Dickenson, George Kindrick & David Fannin.

P178 - Thomas Johnson assigned to furnish William Tate, Jr. surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P178 - Present: Andrew Cowan & Harry Smith

P178 - John Dollerhide vs Littleberry Robinson, chancery, Judgement granted the pltf

P179 - 2 Indentures from Hezekiah Farchild & Jemima to James Gibson, other to Thomas Burk, recorded

P179 - 3 Indentures from Henry Burk & Mary, 1 to Abraham Fuller, 1 to John Burke, 1 to Jesse Browning, recorded

P179 - Indenture from Alexander Murphey & Sarah to Michael Sword, recorded

P179 - Indenture from Thomas Anderson & nancy to Moses Step, recorded

P179 - Overseers bind John Sadler, William Sadler, Drusilla Sadler, Nancy Sadler, Elizabeth Francis, James Francis & Mary Francis, infants

P179 - Road leading from Richard Prices over the mountain to John Gobbles be discontinued

P179 - Application of Thomas Hunt, ordered Simeon Jackson, William Romine, William Sargent, Surrinus Emmons to view a road by Hunt from the main county road between his house and Simeon Jackson to said Hunts mill

P180 - James Hendricks, Richard JOhnson & Nathaniel Hicks to view a road from the branch just below James Sargent Sr. to his house about 40 yards into the road now established

P180 - Application of Anjer Price, ordered that Nathan Hobbs, James Dickenson, Benjamin Estill, Joseph McFarlane to view the ground proposed by the said Price for an alteration of the main Mockerson road from the corner of his (Prices) fence to where it intersects the road leading from Joseph Whiteleys to little Mockerson Gap.

P180 - Application of Richard Price, persons mentioned in the foregoing order to view the grounds proposed by the said Price for the alteration of the main Mockerson road from the dry branch at the oven spring to the ford of Mocerkson below William James

P180 - Present: Samuel Ewing, Harry Smith, James McFarlane & John Fugit & Thomas Dickenson

P180 - Samuel Tate recommended as Captain of the light infantry company, 2nd batallion, 72 regiment in place of James Osborne, who resigned. James Dickenson recommended as Lt & James Dickenson for ensign

P180 - John Thornsbury recommended as Captain of a new company in the 2nd batallion of the 72nd Regiment, John McClellan for Lt & Jacob Roten for ensign

P181 - Indenture from Abraham Hayter to Obadian Hent, oath of James McFarlane, continued for further proof

P181 - Indenture from Samuel Fowler to Patrick Kindrick, oaths of David Fannin & George Kindrick, continued for further proof

P181 - Aaron Hendricks recommended for Ensign in the 1st batallion, 72nd regiment, in the place of George Hoke who is removed

P181 - John Tate, sheriff appointed to collect public revenue for 1788

P181 - Joseph Vickers recommended as Captain 1st batallion, 72nd Regiment in place of Christopher Hains who resigned, John Thompson, Jr. for Lt and James Long for Ensign.

P181 - Absent: Andrew Cowan & John Smith

P181 - Court of Quarterly Session, April 27, 1802. Present: John Smith, Harry Smith, Thomas Dickenson & David Fannin

P182 - Joseph Fields surveyor of the road in place of James Gibson and that James McFarlane furnish him a list tithables

P182 - Samuel Robinson, Israel Keen, Thomas Flowers & Solomon Litton to view a road from a corner of Richard Preecs fence near a branch that runs across the road from there between 200 & 300 yards towards Major McFarlanes

P182 - Matthias Kimple vs Colebird Fugate, injunction in chancery, answer filed by def and notice to dissolve

P182 - Jacob Kinder be surveyor of the road in place of william Cordill and Thomas Dickenson furnish him a list of tithables

P182 - Indenture from Joseph Webb to Michael Wright, oath of JOhn Green, continued for further proof

P182 - Francis Browning, foreman, BEnjamin Estill, John Marshall, Austin Bush, Colebird Fugate, James Friley, John Salliers, Joshua Pinnex, Nathan Hobbs, William Welch, Jeremiah Pickett, Joseph Fields, James Gibson, Solomon Litton, George Finnell, James Shoemaker, William Irvin, Euricus Anderson, Henry Campbell & Richard Preecs, grand jury for inquest

P182 - Presentment against William Gilmore for stopping the main road on the north side of Big Cedar Creek near to the creek, info of Francis Browning, George Finnell & Solomon Litton. Against the surveyor of the road from Solomon Littons to the gap of the Mountain leading to the Salt Works for not keeping the road in repair, info of Solomon Litton & William Irvin. Against Richard Price of Mockerson for stopping the main road at his house on info of Benjamin Estill & Nathan Hobbs. Against the surveyor of the road from the Widow Hays up Cedar Creek to James Gibsons for not keeping the road in repair, info of Joseph Fields & James Gibson. Against the suvrveyor of the road leading from Solomon Littons to Samuel Robinsons spring branch for not keeping the road in repair, info of Solomon Litton & Richard Preecs. Against the Surveyor of the road leading from Richard Johns to the Gap of the mountain for not keeping the road in repair, info of Henry Campbell & William Welch. against John M. Estill & James Dickenson for fighting on the 4th Tuesday of November last at night in the house of Henry Dickenson, info of Colebird Fugate, Nathan Hobbs & Richard Preecs

P183 - Commonwealth vs John Horton, presentment continued at def cost

P183 - John Horton pay Andrew Heburn for 2 days as witness for him vs the Commonwealth

P184 - Indenture from John Davison to Mashack Stacy, recorded

P184 - James McFarlane to furnish Joseph Fields with a list of tithables

P184 - Samuel Robinson assigned to furnish Andrew Shortridge with a list of tithables

P184 - Commonwealth vs James McKinney, dismissed

P184 - Commonwealth vs Jacob Robinson, dismissed

P184 - Commonwealth vs Samuel Vanhook, dismissed

P184 - Motion of William Barry, license granted him to keep an ordinary

P184 - William Cooper exempted from working on public roads on account of age & bodily infirmities

P184 - Andrew Spradling exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of his age & infirmities

P184 - Russell Duty & James Hogan in recognizance, appeared, their securities discharged. Russell Duty & james Hogan further bound

P184 - James & William Parks vs William Flannery, debt, def acknowledges guilt, Judgement granted the pltf

P185 - James & William Parks vs William Flannery, debt, Judgement granted the pltf

P185 - Absent: john Smith. Present: James Dickenson

P185 - James Hogan entered into a recognizance with Claiborne Hicks & William Brown

P185 - Russell Duty entered into a recognizance with Stephen Ogdon & Joseph Vickers

P185 - Daniel Sheffey vs William Moore, debt, Nathan Ellington undertakes for the def

P185 - Alexander craig appointed jailor

P185 - Jesse Browning, Solomon Litton, George McConnell to settle with the adm of the estate of James Moore, decd

P185 - Robert Tate, comm of the Revenue, Dickenson & Co., Motion for retailing goods without a license, continued

P186 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, April 28, 1802. Present: James Dickenson, James McFarlane, Harry Smith, George Kindrick & David Fannin

P186 - James Leath surveyor of the road from Stantons Creek to Stony Creek and that Samuel Ritchie furnish him a list of tithables

P186 - David Fannin assigned to furnish John Drake surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P186 - James Briant vs J. Duglass, injunction, notice to dissolve

P186 - Court, May 25, 1802. Present: Samuel EWing, James McFarlane, John M. Estill & John Fugit

P186 - Indenture from Abraham Crabtree & Mary to Samuel Porter, recorded

P186 - 2 Indentures from George Kindricks & Ann to Arthur Blankenship, other to David Fannin, recorded

P187 - Indenture from Daniel Johnson & Rachel to Arthur Blankenship, recorded

P187 - John Horton vs Thomas Hunt, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P187 - John Horton pay Travis Horton, Zachariah Scaggs & Edmund Whitt for 1 day as witness for him vs Thomas Hunt

P187 - Zachariah Scaggs, John Drake, William Sargent & Edward Whitt, to view a road from David Fannins through the valley by John Drakes, John Hortons, Zachariah Scaggs to the county road between Simeon Jackson & Thomas Hunts

P187 - John Candler vs William Robinson, Sr., etal, motion on a forthcoming bond, judgement granted the pltf

P187 - Isaac Baker, etux vs Richard Daniel etal, chancery, depositions be taken to be made public

P188 - Henry Dickenson, Samuel Ewing, William Dorton, John Osborne & James Gibson to view ground for a road from Joseph Culbertsons the nearest and best way to the Flat Lick

P188 - John Smith, James Lee & John Marshall to view a road from John Smiths fence to where it intersects the other road. James Osborne surveyor and John Smith to furnish a list of tithables

P188 - Motion of John Murphey, granted permission to hold inquisition on the land whereon a grist mill now stands, 5th of June, next

P188 - Overseers of the poor bind Thomas mizee, Francis Mizee & Nanney Mizee, infants of Thomas Mizee and also James Wilson, infant of Robert wilson

P188 - Francis Boon Brown, Thomas James Brown, infants of Jonathan Brown, decd, bound by the overseers of the poor to Thomas Dickenson

P188 - John M. Estill appointed Captain in the 2nd batallion, 72nd Regiment, 17th brigade, 3rd division. Benjamin Estill appointed Lt in the same batallion

P189 - Israel Keen, Thomas Flowers & Solomon Litton appointed to view a road corner of richard Prrecs fence towards Major McFarlanes between 200 & 300 yards

P189 - Indenture from James Friley & Elizabeth to William Tabor, recorded

P189 - Indenture from William Tabor & nancy to Edward Dorton, recorded

P189 - Joseph Whiteley vs Neal Sutherland, petition & summons

P189 - John Tate appointed collector of the revenue for 1788. Securities: Nathan Ellington & Colebird Fugate,

P189 - John Tate, collector of the revenue for 1788. Securities: Zachariah Fugate & Aaron Hendricks, securities

P189 - Thomas Davis vs John Watts, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P190 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, June 22, 1802. Present: James Gibson, Samuel Ewing, John Fugit & John Hammons

P190 - Andrew McHenry produced a license signed by P. Carrington, E. Winston, & William Nelson to practice as an atty

190 - Indenture from Timothy Burgis & Martha to Thomas Dosson, oath of Henry Campbell, continued for further proof

P190 - 2 instruments of writing from William Kilgore purporting the emancipation of a negro boy named Bob and a negro girl named Ester alias Winney, recorded

P190 - Identure from Charles Kilgore to James Ramey, oaths of William Kilgore & Ralph Kilgore, continued for further proof

P190 - Henry Burk suveyor of the road from Solomon Littons to the gap of the Mountain in place of Richard Preecs and that James McFarlane furnish him a list of tithables

P190 - Andrew Heburn, foreman, Henry Campbell, Samuel Hendricks, Henry Smith, Michael elliott, Richard Fields, James Irvin, Richard Preecs, Anthony Hinton, Robert vickers, William Davis, William Combs, Moses Dorton, Richard Long, Daniel Price, Abraham Auxier, & James Culbertson, grand jury of inquest

P191 - Presentment agains the surveyor of the drift timber road (so called) from the mouth of the drift timber branch to the top of mockerson on info of Daniel Price & William Davis, for not keeping the road in repair

P191 - Surveyor of the road from the top of Mockerson ridge to Dickensonville, info Daniel Price & William Davis

P191 - Agains the surveyor of the road form John Williams, Oliver Hughes on Mockerson in place of James Taylors fence impassable

P191 - Against the surveyor from the top of a Mockerson Ridge to Richard Prices on Mockerson for not keeping the road in repair, info of Daniel Price & William

Davis

P191 - Surveyor of the road from the Copper Springs to Dickensonville for not keeping the road in repair, info of Richard Preecs & Samuel Hendricks

P191 - Surveyor of the road from John Irvins in the Elk Garden to where it joins the main road at Francis Brownings field for not being kept in repair, info of Robert Vickers, William Combs. Against the surveyor of the road from Thomas Dickensons on Clinch River to where it intersects the French road, info of Moses Damron & Abraham Auxer

P191 - Presentment against the new part of the road between James McFarlanes & Samuel Robinsons Spring branch, info of Richard Preecs & Andrew Heburn

P192 - Robert Perry & Thomas Welch for fighting at the Battalion Muster on the 29th of May last, info of Samuel Hendricks, Richard Preecs & Andrew Osborn

P192 - Against the surveyor of the road from the widow Hays & James Gibsons sr for not keeping the road in repair, info of Anthony Hinton & James Irvin, discharged

P192 - Thomas Dosson surveyor of the road in the place of Richard Johnson and that JOhn M. Estill give him a list of tithables

P192 - Writ granted John Murphey to examine the situation of his mill this day, Sheriff returned with inquisition

P192 - Thomas Dickenson assigned to furnish Thomas Paschal, in place of Jacob Raresnake, with a list of tithables

P192 - James Hendricks, Henry Campbell, Jesse Belshe to view a road from opposite Thomas Dossons house until it intersects the main road about 200 yards,

P193 - Pursuant to an order of this court August 25, 1801, on the motion of John McReynolds for a resurvey of his land in Russell County. Principal condemned a fair plat and cetificate

P193 - Commonwealth vs David Thompson, continued

P193 - Commonwealth vs William Pippin, dismissed

P193 - Commonwealth vs Hugh Porter, presentment, Jury: John Jessee, William Nash, William Lee, John Murphey, Wesley Short, James Sargent, Robert vickers, Samuel Vanhook, John Colley, Jonathan Davis, Temple Sergeant & Elijah Webb. Judgement granted the pltf

P193 - Colebird Fugate be paid for witness for him vs Hugh Porter

P193 - Commonwealth vs Patrick Pearson, presentment, Jury; John Jessee, William Nash, William Lee, JOhn Murphey, Wesley Short, James Sargent, William Vickers, Samuel Vanhook, JOhn Colley, Jonathan Temple, judgement granted the pltf

P194 - Commonwealth vs William Moore, presentment, dismissed

P194 - Commonwealth vs Joseph Tate, presentment for not keeping the road in repair, motion of atty for the commonwealth ordered that the def be fined and pay the costs in this prosecution expended

P194 - Commonwealth vs Thomas Johnson, dismissed

P194 - Commonweath vs William Gilmore, presentment for not keeping the road in repair, def fined and to pay the cost of the prosecution

P194 - commonwealth vs Champion Faris, presentment, def be fined for swearing 1 profane oath and pay the costs of the prosecution

P194 - Commonwealth vs Isam Hall, presentment, def fined for swearing 3 profane oaths and pay the costs in the prosecution

P194 - Commonwealth vs Robert Mitchell, presentment, def fined for swearing 3 profane oaths and pay the costs of the prosecution

P195 - Nevil Wayland & William Nash appointed justices of the peace

P195 - Commonwealth vs Nathan Hobbs, presentment, Jury: Littleberry Robinson, Edward Monahon, Jacob Castle, Peter Starns, Thomas Stapleton, William Hall, JOhn Williams, Robert Lawson, James Claxton, Henry Goodman, John Hall and Peter Alley, def found not guilty

P195 - George McConnel vs Jacob Sick, case, dismissed at def cost

P195 - Henry Dickenson, James Gibson & John Osborne appointed to view a road from Joseph Culbertsons to the Flat Lick in Lee County. Report: Keep the road now established some alterations they have marked from Joseph Culbertsons to Cove Creek up the said Creek to the mouth of Thomas Carters Spring Branch and by his house (if his plantation be opened for that purpose) otherwise Morgan Carters and through the Rye Cove on the left hand of James Gibsons to Stock Creek bridge thence down the valley to the road leading from Mockerson Gap to the Flat Lick and along the same with some alterations to the Flat Lick

Capt William Irvin appointed superintendent

P196 - Commonwealth Vs John Horton, information, def by J. Campbell, atty, def pleads not guilty. Jury: William Owens, William Moore, Austin Bush, Benjamin Harris, Joseph Whiteley, William Cooper, John Back, Richard Preecs, Michael Elliott, William Fields, Berry Evans, & William Brown, def found guilty

P196 - Harry Smith be paid for 3 days as witness for the commonwealth vs John Hortn

p196 - John Horton pay Andrew Heburn for 1 day as witness for him vs Commonwealth

P197 - William Williams vs Littleberry Robinson, debt, William Tabor undertakes for the def

P197 - Present: Samuel Ritchie

P197 - Robert Tate, comm. of revenue vs Dickenson & Co., motion for retailing goods with a license, motion be dismissed

P197 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, June 23, 1802. Present: Samuel Ritchie, james Gibson, James Davison, Harry Smith & George Kindrick

P197 - Alexander Thomas vs Joseph Belshey, dismissed

P197 - James Scott, Francis Browning & Laurence Vanhook, to view a road from the ford of Cedar Creek near Mrs. Hays Spring-house until it intersects the main road

P198 - Matthias Kimple vs Colebird Fugate, case, continued at the def cost

Motion of def, take the deposition of Joseph Tate

P198 - Matthias Kimple pay Moses Dorton for 1 day as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate, also pay William Hinds for 2 days as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate and for travelling 36 miles both ways

P198 - Commonwealth vs Samuel Cornet, indictment, def by Smith, atty, def pleads not guilty

P198 - Commonwealth vs James Shoemaker, presentment, Jury; Francis Browning, Michael Elliott, Jonathan Davis, Charles Carter, Richard Preecs, Andrew Hebourn, John Horton, Daniel Johnson, Henry Fuller, James Watson, Henry Campbell, Peter McIntosh. Judgement granted the Commonwealth

P198 - William Welch & James Hendricks be paid for 5 days as witnesses for the Commonwealth vs James Shoemaker

P199 - Commonwealth vs Thomas Welch, presentment, Jury: Francis Browning, Michael Elliott, Jonathan Davis, Charles Carter, Richard Preecs, Andrew Heburn, John Horton, Daniel Johnson, Henry Fuller, James Watson, Henry Campbell & Peter McIntosh, judgement granted the Commonwealth

P199 - Simeon Jackson, William Romine, William Sargent & Surrinus Emmons, to view a road from a white oak on the main road between Simeon Jacksons & Thomas Hunts to the main road. Report: viewed it to said Hunts Mill from there down the creek to SAmuel Duffs land from there as the old road goes to the main road against an oak. Christopher Olinger surveyor of the same and that Samuel Robinson furnish him a list of tithables

P199 - Commonwealth vs Benjamin Harris, presentment, def by Smith, atty. Jury: William Stuart, James Bast, Samuel Vanhook, Andrew Harvey, Patrick McDavid, William Davis, Morgan Carter, William Owens, Joseph Jones, Dennis Mullowney, Stephen Ogdon & Michael Elliott, def found guilty

P200 - Commonwealth vs George McConnell, presentment, dismissed

P200 - Instrument of writing purporting a bill of sale from Agness Friley to Thomas Francis, oaths of Henry Dickenson, recorded

P200 - Commonwealth vs James Sargent, information, Jury: James Tate, James Watson, Peter Carter, Jacob Castle, John Stapleton, Thomas Hunt, Alexander Craig, Charles Carter, William Welch, John Back, Richard Johnson, John Carter, judgement granted the commonwealth

P200 - Henry Campbell be paid for 3 days as witness for the Commonwealth vs James Sargent

P200 - Indenture from Robert Duff & Mary to William Lee, recorded

P201 - Commonwealth vs William Gilmore, information, def by Francis Smith, atty, def pleads not guilty. Jury: James Watson, John Back, Charles Carter, John Carter, Thomas Hunt, Alexander Craig, Jacob Castle, Richard JOhnson, John Stapleton, William Welch, Henry Ingle & isaac Fleetwood, def found not guilty

P201 - William Robinson by Samuel Robinson vs Caleb Browning, case, suit referred to the determination of Francis Browning, Charles Holliday, Abraham Fuller, Israel Keen & Simeon Jackson,

P201 - Ordered that the fine imposed on Joseph Tate be remitted

P201 - Henry Castle by Jacob Castle vs Nimrod McIntosh, case, Jury; Samuel Hendricks, William Brown, John Murphy, James Sargent, Berry Robinson, Henry Campbell, William Lee, Charles Carrell, William Vickers, David Robinson, James Robinson, George McConnell, judgement granted the pltf

P202 - Henry Castle pay Zachariah Salliers for 1 day as witness for him vs Nimrod McIntosh

P202 - Neal Sutherland vs Nevil Wayland, case, dismissed

P202 - Robert Tate vs Colebird Fugate, case, writ of enquiry, def pleads payment, Jury: James Hendricks, James Watson, William Welch, Jacob Castle, Oliver Hughes, Morgan Carter, Alexander Craig, Alexander McFarlane, Richard Daniel, John Back, Thomas Francis & Andrew Heburn, case continued until next court

P202 - Robert Tate pay Samuel Isaacks for 1 day as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate

P202 - Ordered that Colebird Fugate pay Joseph Sampson for 1 day as witness for him vs Robert Tate

P202 - Matthias Kimple vs Colebird Fugate, case, Jury: George McConnel, John Burk, William Brown, Elijah Webb, Jonathan Davis, David Robinson, Richard preecs, Thomas Hunt, James Robinson, DAniel Horton, Stephen Ogden & Daniel Johnson, Def found not guilty, def to recover expenses against pltf

P202 - Matthias Kimple pay Samuel Tate & Robert McFarlane for 4 days as witnesses for him vs Colebird Fugate, pay William Manadue for 1 day as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate

P202 - George Hoke vs Thomas Hunt, case, continued

P202 - William Robinson by Samuel Robinso pay William Brown for 2 days as witness for him vs Caleb Browning

P202 - Dabney Findley vs John Candler, debt, continued for the def

P202 - James Best vs William Moore, case, cause be continued at defs cost

P202 - James Best pay James Watson for 1 day as witness for him vs William Moore

P202 - Richard JOhnson vs Littleberry Robinson, case, continued for def, def to take deposition of Robert Bratton

P204 - Absent: Samuel Ritchie

P204 - Court of Quarterly Session, June 24, 1802. Present: James Gibson, James Dickenson, James McFarlane, Harry Smith, George Kindrick, John Fuget, Johnathan Wood, Jr.

P204 - Alexander Braig appointed jailor

P204 - Thomas Hunt vs Phillip Dingas, continued

P204 - Nimrod McIntosh vs Benjamin Harris, NB, def by Francis Smith, atty, def pleads not guilty of the trespass

P204 - William Robinson vs Reuel Preecs, case, continued

P204 - George Roberts vs William Strong, case, continued

P204 - Joseph Davis vs William Couch, case, motion of def, pltf to give security for the prosecution of the suit

P204 - James mcFarlane assigned to furnish George McConnel surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P205 - William Manadue vs William Moore, case, continued for the def, def to take depositon of Matthew Wood & John Waddle

P205 - George Kindrick vs JOhn Horton, case, def pleads not guilty of speaking the words in the declaration

P205 - Thomas Lorain vs Littleberry Robinson, case, Judgement granted the pltf

P205 - George Hoke vs Thomas Hunt, case, to determination of James McFarlane, Harry Smith, George Kindrick & Andrew Hebourn

P206 - William Owens, Thomas Long, Daniel Price & Oliver Hughes to view the road from james Taylor to Daniel Prices

P206 - Nelson White, assignee vs Littleberry Robinson, debt, Judgement granted the pltf

P206 - George Kindrick vs John Horton, case, jury: Jonathan Davis, Michael Elliott, Samuel Vanhook, George McConnel, Charles Carter, James Best, Peter Carter, Samuel Hendricks, Andrew Hebourn, Richard Price, Abraham Fuller & John Back, def found guilty

P206 - George Kindrick pay to Daniel horton, Lydia Emmons, Surrinus Emmons for 2 days as witness for him vs John Horton

P206 - John Horton pay Rachel Johnson & John Murphey for 2 days as witness for him vs George Kindrick

P207 - Spencer Spears vs Morgan Carter, trespass, assault & battery, def by Francis Smith, atty, Jury: James Sargent, John Horton, John Murphey, James Robinson, Dennis Mullowney, Stephen Ogdon, Drury Wood, Matthias Kimple, Berry

Robinson, John Reed, William Owens & William McNutt, continued till the next court

P207 - Spencer Speres pay William Stewart & James Gibson for 2 days as witness for him vs Morgan Carter

P207 - James McFarlane vs Elizabeth Webb, case, jury: William Stewart, Morgan Carter, Lewis Harris, John Reed, John Starns, Joseph Jones, Daniel Horton, John Back, Thomas Wyatt, Austin Bush, Edward Monohon & Michael Monohon, judgement granted the pltf

P207 - James McFarlane vs James Robinson & wife, case, def by Andrew McHenry, atty, def pleads not guilty, jury: Andrew Hebourn, Michael Elliott, Samuel Vanhooks, Samuel Hendricks, Drury Wood, Jonathan Davis, Stephen Ogdon, Joseph Taylor, William Manadue, James Best, John Reed & Dennis Mullowney, def found guilty

P208 - James McFarlane pay Mary Elliott, Rosamond Redwine & Sarah Reed for 2 days as witnesses for him vs James Robinson & wife

P208 - McFarlane & Co. vs William Hall, case, def acknowledges pltfs action. Judgement granted the pltf. Colebird Fugate special bail for the def surrended the def to court and was discharged from his recognizance, def committed to the custody of the sheriff. Colebird Fugate & Alexander Craig undertake for the def

P208 - Isaac Baker, etux vs Richard Daniel & others, chancery, set for hearing 1st of August

P209 - Samuel Haddox vs Joseph Whiteley, injunction, cause set for hearing in August Court

P209 - Phillip Dingas vs Thomas Hunt, debt, suit be dismissed and def recover against pltf his costs in his defense expended

P209 - Thomas Hunt vs Phillip Dingas, trespass, suit be dismissed, def recover against the pltf costs

P209 - Motion of Commonwealth Atty capias be issued against Richard Price Jr. against whom an indictment has been found for perjury

P209 - Court, July 27, 1802 for the examination of Peter Alley charged with robbing Samuel Ross of his hair Sifter?. Present: John Smith, John M. Estill, Thomas Dickenson, Nevil Wayland, Jonathan Wood & John Hammon. Prisoner arraigned, pleaded not guilty, def acquitted

P210 - Court, July 27, 1802. Present: John Smith, John McClellan, Thomas Dickenson, Jonathan Wood & John Harmon

P210 - William Owens, Thomas Long, Daniel price, Oliver Hughes appointed to view a road from James Taylors to Daniel Prices. Report: found it a very good passable way being about 80 yards farther. Ordered to be open as the public road.

P210 - David Fannin, Jacob Francisco, John Brown & Frederick Trent to view a road from James Browns to the Kentucky road

P210 - Jacob Kinder vs William Hall, attachment, constable attached 6 ac of corn, 1 loom & a quantity of flax and hemp the property of the def. Judgement granted the pltf

P210 - Overseers fo the poor bind Barker Lucas, Jean Lucas & Molley Lucas, infants of Jemima Lucas

P210 - William Wilson, infant of Robert Wilson be bound by the overseers of the poor

P210 - Samuel Ritchie assigned to furnish Alexander Montgomery surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P211 - George Fugate be surveyor of the road John Williams to Oliver Hughes in place of Joseph Tate and Jonathan Wood to furnish him a list of tithables

P211 - Indenture from John Counts & Magdalane to Phillip Counts, ordered to be certified in Shanandoah county

P211 - Joseph Whiteley vs Neal Sutherland, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P211 - Indenture from Joseph Long & Catherine to William Foster, recorded

P211 - Indenture from Thomas Mallet & Anne to John Gose, oath Nathan Ellington, JOnathan Wood & James P. Carrell, recorded

P211 - Robert Gillespie, james Roberts, Joseph McReynolds, & John Colley to view a road as altered and turned by Archer Jessee and make report.

P211 - Motion of Joseph Casteel, examination of the place proposed by him for errecting a water grist mill

P212 - Indenture from Patrick Coil & Lucretia & John Coil & Elizabeth to Henry Fuller, recorded

P212 - Thomas Carter, James Gibson & Samuel Robinson, named in the commission of the peace for sheriffs

P212 - Hugh Guttery exempted from paying county levies & poor rates

P212 - Absent: John Smith. Present: John M. Estill

P212 - James Dickenson assigned to furnish Francis Price, surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P212 - Alexander Dunlop vs Drury Wood, dismissed

P212 - Alexander Dunlop vs Drury Wood, dismissed

P212 - Matthias Kimple pay Oliver Hughes for 4 days as witness for him in different counts prior to this against Colebird Fugate

P213 - Court, August 24, 1802. Present: John M. Estill, Harry Smith, George Kindrick, David Fannin & Nevil wayland

P213 - Indenture from Samuel Duff & Rebeccah to William Romine, recorded

P213 - Power of atty from George McConnel to Andrew Heburn, recorded

P213 - Indenture from Charles Kilgore & Abeale to Joseph Long, oaths of Robert Mitchel, William Kilgore, John Buster, recorded

P213 - John Buster, James Culbertson, David Cocker & John Alley to view a road from Robert vickers to Benjamin Pendleton

P213 - James Culbertson, William Kilgore, Joseph Long & Joseph Casteel to view a road from Robert Vickers along the old road by Benjamin Fugates old place down Copper Creek till it intersects the road that goes through Mockerson gap

P213 - Thomas Smith bound in recognizance is discharged from the same

P213 - Richard Webb bound in recognizance with Samuel Robinson & Elijah Webb, securities. Richard Webb is discharged

P214 - Indenture from Joseph Webb & Michael Wright was again produced, oath of Samuel Robinson, continued for further proof

P214 - John Montgomery be surveyor of the road in place of David Alley and that Samuel Ritchie furnish him a list of tithables

P214 - Gawen Patterson vs John Reeves, attachment, suit dismissed

P214 - Indenture from James Davison to Joseph Jeffrey, recorded

P214 - Thomas Dickenson assigned to furnish Benjamin Harris surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P214 - Anthony Hinds vs Joseph Long, petition & summons, dismissed at def cost

P214 - Berry Robinson vs William Hall, vs, attachment, sheriff summoned Henry Davis, garnishee. Judgement granted the pltf

P214 - Indenture from Reuben Owens to Thomas Long, oaths of Colebird Fugate & William Owens, continued for further proof

P215 - Robert Tate produced an account of his services as comm of the revenue for the lower district for 1802, Jesse Browning produced an account of his services as comm of the revenue for upper district for 1802

P215 - Summons issued against Joseph JOnes & Nancy Johnson requiring them to show cause why they should not be fined for failing to file a list of tithables and taxable property and against John Jones for refusing to make oath to his list of taxables and against William Combs for not making oath to his list of taxable property

P215 - 3 Indentures from the Trustees for the town of Dickensonville, 1 to Austin Bush, 1 to Jonathan Davis and 1 to John Crank, recorded

P215 - Present: James McFarlane. Absent: John M. Estill

P215 - William Irvin appointed superintendent for opening the road from Joseph Culbertsonsons to the Flat Lick in Lee County, securities: James Irvin & Anthony McNight, recorded

P215 - Isaac Baker & wife vs Richard Daniel, Samuel Haddox & Stephen Ogdon, chancery, Ogdon & sundry depositions: Thomas Carter & John W. Crunk taken and

Judgement for Ogdon to surrender the land and for Haddox & Daniel to convey the fee to the land with special warranty. Judgement granted the pltf

P216 - Court, Agust 25, 1802. Present: James Dickenson, Harry Smith, John M. Estill, George Kindrick & David Fannin.

P216 - Motion of John Horton for injunction to stay proceedings on a judgement obtained by George Kindrick against him. George Kindrick to recover against Horton the costs of this motion

P216 - Road from the Copper Springs to where it intersects the first road be discontinued

P216 - John Alley under oath that he is charged with 100 ac more land than he has in the commissioners book

P216 - Jacob Francisco, JOhn Brown & Frederick Trent viewed a road from James Browns to the Kentucky road, continued till next court

P216 - Petition of Archelaus Preator & others, ordered that David Fannin, William Romine, Abednito White & Arthur Blankenship to view the proposed road from Kentucky Road to the Tazewell line in the direction of McGuires Mill, to go along the road proposed by Patrick Kindrick and report

P217 = Overseers of the poor bind Archibald Blankenship Hyton a bastard infant

P217 - Robert Fowler etal vs William Rodgers & Henry Smith, chancery, Motion of complainants, ordered that the cause stand reviewed against Harry Smith, adm of Henry Smith, decd., heard the bill of the defs, decreed that the land mentioned in Complainants bill be vested in their possession and surrendered to them. Ordered that James McFarlane, William Gilmore & George Kindrick appointed commissioners to settle & liquidate the personal estate of James Fowler, decd

P218 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, September 28, 1802. Present: Andrew Cowan, Samuel robinson, John M. Estill, Harry Smith & Jonathan Wood

P218 - Indenture from John Elswick to Christopher Olinger, oaths of Thomas Hunt & Levi Jackson, continued for further proof

P218 - Francis Browning, foreman, Andrew Martin, Wilson Vermillion, Alexander McFarlane, William Garret, Joseph Jett, Benjamin Johnson, Flemin Burk, Anthony Hinton, Richard Fields, Colebird Fugate, William Davis, Jonathan Wood, Joshua Pinnex, John Wood, Joseph Culbertson, James Taylor, & Nathan Hobbs, grand jury of inquest

P218 - Presentment against the surveyor of a road from the courthouse to the head of Copper Creek fot not keeping the road in repair, information of Alexander McFarlane & Francis Browning, farmers

P218 - Against the surveyor of the road from the widow Hays to James Gibsons for not keeping road in repair, information of Anthony Hinton & Richard Fields, farmers

P218 - Against the surveyor of the road from Richard Prices to the gap of Clinch Mountain for not keeping the road in repair, information of Anthony Hinton & Andrew Martin, farmers

P218 - Against the surveyor of the road from the top of Copper Creek Ridge to Mr. Hughes for not keeping the road in repair, information of James Taylor & Nathan Hobbs, farmers

P218 - Against the Clerk for not complying with the law in fixing up in the courthouse a list of names of all the surveyors of roads by information of Francis Browning & Wilson Vermillion, farmers

P219 - Against Robert Tate, Sr. for perjury for swearing at June Court 1801 in a cause between commonwealth & William & Joseph Tate that he strove to make peace when they believedc he rather encouraged the affray, information of James Abbott, blacksmith & William Fugate, citizen

P219 - Samuel Ritchie appointed Capt in the 2nd batallion of the 72nd regiment

P219 - Indenture from Thomas Whiteley & Winifred to Thomas Gibson, recorded

P219 - Henry Bowen vs Samuel Musick, attachment, constable attached 1 brown horse, saddle, bridle & a big coat, def did not appear. Judgement granted the pltf

P219 - Thomas Gillespie, Thomas Witten & James Thompson to settle with the executors of John Bowen, decd

P219 - Motion of Isaac Baker & Molley, attachment awarded against Richard Daniel, one of the defs in a chancery suit of the Baker & wife for a contempt of court in refusing to comply with a decree

P220 - William Hall bound in recognizance with Alexander Craig & Colebert Fugate, securities, called 3 times but came not, forfeited

P220 - James Dickenson assigned to furnish John Dollerhide, surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P220 - Commonwealth vs David Thompson, presentment, dismissed

P220 - Commonwealth vs William Tate, presentment, dismissed

P220 - Commonwealth vs Benjamin Harris, presentment, dismissed

P220 - Commonwealth vs Joseph Tate, presentment, dismissed

P220 - Commonwealth vs JOhn Dollerhide, presentment, dismissed

P220 - Commonwealth vs William Moore, presentment for not keeping the road in repair, def fined & to pay costs of prosecution

P220 - Commonwealth vs John Irvin, presenement,. dismissed

P220 - Commonwealth vs Jacob Castle, presentment, dismissed

P220 - Commonwealth vs Thomas Dickenson, presentment, dismissed

P220 - Justice Beuludz produced a license authorizing him to retail merchandize as a Hawker or Pedler, recorded

P220 - Commonwealth vs George McConnell, presentment, dismissed

P220 - Commonwealth vs Richard Johnson, presentment, dismissed

P220 - Absent: Andrew Cowan

P220 - Commonwealth vs John Davison, information, Jury: Jacob Castle, William Cooper, Andrew Spradling, Thomas Hunt, Christopher Gose, Isam Hall, John Back, John Wells, Richard Daniel, James Sargent, Godfrey Isaacks & William Tate, Judgement granted the commonwealth

P221 - Joshua Pinnex be paid for 3 days as witness for commonwealth vs John Davison

P221 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, September 29, 1802. Present: Samuel Ritchie, Samuel Robinson, John M. Estill, Harry Smith, George Kindrick, & William Nash

P221 - Satisfactory proof made to the court that Molley Baker who intermarried with Isaac Baker is the only child and legal representative of John Blackemore, Jr., decd, certified to the Registrar of the Land Office

P221 - Daniel Sheffey vs William Moore, debt, Office judgement set aside, def pleads payment

P221 - Commonwealth vs Joseph Bevens, presentment, continued

P222 - Commonwealth vs Samuel Cornet, indictment, Jury: Littleberry Robinson, John Berry, Charles Carter, Johnson Sargent, James Friley, Joseph Jett, Andrew Harvey, David Allen, P. Kindrick, Daniel Horton, William Jessee & Hansford Price, def found not guilty

P222 - William Combs be paid for 5 days as witness for the commonwealth vs Samuel Cornet, pay John Combs for 3 days as witness for the commonwealth vs Samuel Cornet, pay Champion Faris for 4 days as witness for the commonwealth vs Samuel Cornet, pay Edward Monohon for 2 days as witness for the commonwealth vs Samuel Cornet, pay John Wells for 1 day as witness for the commonwealth vs Samuel Cornet

P222 - Samuel Cornet pay Joseph Davison, & Nelson White for 1 day as witnesses for him vs commonwealth

P222 - Commonwealth vs James Dickenson, presentment, def by Francis Smith, atty, def pleads not guilty,

P222 - Commonwealth vs John M. Estill, presentment, def by atty H. Dixon, atty, def pleads not guilty, continued till the next court

P223 - Goerge Roberts vs William Strong, case, dismissed

P223 - Present: Andrew Cowan

P223 - Commonwealth vs Robert Perry, presentment, continued

P223 - Commonwealth vs Thomas Welch, presentment, continued

P223 - Commonwealth vs Richard Price, Jr., indictment, def filed a plea in abatement, on argument is considered by the demurrer be sustained

P223 - Richard Johnson vs Littleberry Robinson, case, dismissed at the defs costs

P223 - Richard Johnson pay James Sargent for 6 days as witness for him vs Littleberry Robinson

P223 - Samuel Isaaks be exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of his infirmities

P224 - Court of Quarterly Session, September 30, 1802. Present: Andrew Cowan, Samuel Ritchie, Samuel Robinson, John M. Estill, Harry Smith, George Kindrick, Thomas Dickenson, David Fannin & Nevil Wayland.

P224 - Ordered that the Clerk insert the word Junior to John Blackemore in the order made yesterday

P224 - Commonwealth vs Richard Price, Jr, indictment, Motion of def to quash indictment because there is no prosecutor liable to costs, that this is not an indictment founded on a presentment of a grand jury in which no prosecutor is required, that if the informers and prosecutors no addition is made of the town or county in which they reside. On argument it is considered that the inidictment be quashed.

P224 - John Horton, Jr., Joseph Jett, Anthony Hinton, Fleming Burk, Jacob Sick, Abram Childris, James Shoemaker, Laurence Vanhook, Richard Price, Levy Jackson, Charles Crumwell, Daniel Horton, Harry Smith, David Hendricks, John Horton, Sr., Samuel Porter, George McConnel, Patrick Kindrick, John Montgomery, Enos Browning, Joseph Shoemaker, Thomas Hunt, Martin Gibson & John Candler be paid for 3 days as witnesses for the commonwealth vs Richard price, Jr. and that William Irvin be paid for 2 day as witness for the commonwealth vs Richard Price, Jr.

P224 - Richard Price, Jr. pay George Finnell, Joseph Fields, Thomas Burgis, Johna Redwine, Mourning Irvin, Rebekah Ferguson, John Reed & James Robinson for 3 days as witness for him vs the commonwealth

P225 - Spencer Spears pay James Gibson for 2 days as witness for him vs Morgan Carter, also pah William Stuart for 3 days as witness for (one of which was at

another court) as a witness for him vs Morgan Carter

P225 - Morgan Carter pay Charles Carter for 4 days as witness for him vs Spencer Spears

P225 - Bill of sale from Morgan Carter to Sally Carter, recorded

P225 - Present: James Dickenson

P225 - Robert Tate vs Colebird Fugate, case, Jury: Thomas Bundy, George Puckett, Alexander McFarlane, Edward Dorton, Berry Robinson, John Irvin, James Sargent, Simeon Jackson, Richard Preecs, Andrew Harvey, Charles Carrell & John Candler, Judgement granted the pltf

P225 - Robert Tate pay Robert Tate & Richard Price for 9 days as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate, also pay Joseph Tate for 5 days as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate, also pay Samuel Isaack for 3 days as witness for him vs Colebird Fugate, also pay James Tate for 2 days as witness for him vs Colebird

Fugate.

P226 - Samuel Ritchie assigned to furnish James Leath, surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P226 - Qualification of James Sargent as an Ensign in the 1st batallion, 72nd regiment, recorded

P226 - Samuel Haddox vs Joseph Whiteley, injunction in chancery, Judgement granted the pltf

P226 - Matthias Kimple vs Henry Dixon & Colebird Fugate, injunction, def Dixon did not file answer with 3 months, court subpoena's Dixon to appear to answer bill within 3 months

P226 - John Horton, Jr. vs Richard Pemberton, injunction, suit to determination of Henry Bowen & Thomas Gillespie, determination to be made at David Fannins,

P227 - Dabney Findley vs John Candler, debt, Judgement granted the pltf

P227 - Colebird Fugate be paid for 3 days as witness for commonwealth vs John M. Estill & James Dickenson

P227 - Absent: Andrew Cowan, Samuel Ritchie & Samuel Robinson

P227 - Court, October 26, 1802. Present: John M. Estill, James McFarlane, Harry Smith, John Fugit, Nevil Wayland, Jonathan Wood & Benjamin Estill

P227 - 2 Indentures from James Canard & mary, 1 to James Nesbet and 1 to Joel Cook, recorded

P227 - Indenture from Solomon Ward & Susanna to William McCormick, oath of Joel Cook, continued for further proof

P228 - Indenture from Richard Daniel to Isaac Baker & Molley, oaths of James P. Carrell, Charles Carrell & Nathan Ellington, recorded

P228 - Indenture from Robert Preston to John Whiteley, oaths of Nathan Ellington, John M. Estill & Enoch Moore, recorded

P228 - Indenture from Jacob Crabtree & Mary to John Bays, recorded

P228 - Indenture from Jacob Crabtree & wife to Henry Burk, recorded

P228 - Indenture from Anjer Price, atty in fact for William Dollerhide to Robert McFarlane, recorded

P228 - Indenture from Anjer Price & Jane to Stephen Bartram, recorded

P228 - William Riggs, surveyor of the road in place of John Osborne and that Samuel Ritchie with a list of tithables

P228 - Zachariah Fugate, deputy for John Tate, sheriff, produced a list of delinquents & insolvents of lands and property within the lower district

P228 - Overseers of the poor bind Anna Ranes, infant of Christopher Ranes to John Marshall

P229 - Overseers of the poor bind James Williams, Hiram Williams & Levina Williams, infants of Samuel Williams

P229 - Aaron Hendricks, deputy for John Tate, sheriff produced lists of delinquents and insolvents

P229 - Indenture from Joseph Webb to Michael Wright, oath of John Bays, recorded

P229 - Indenture from Samuel Fowler to Patrick Kindrick, oaths of Travis Kindle, recorded

P229 - 3 Indentures from Richard Price & Lucy, 1 to Henry Long, 1 to Robert McFarlane, Sr. and 1 to Nicholas Honaker, recorded

P229 - James McFarlane assigned to furnish John Irvin, surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P229 - George Cook exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of age & infirmities

P229 - Present: Andrew Cowan, John Smith & james Dickenson

P229 - Absent: Thomas Dickenson & John Fugit

P229 - John Fugit recommended as lt in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment in place of John Allen, resigned & Joseph Dorton for Ensign in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment, in place of Hugh Porter who resigned

P230 - James Smith appointed comm of the revenue for the lower district

P230 - Jesse Browning appointed comm of the revenue in the upper district

P230 - Francis Smith assignee of George Kindrick vs John Horton & Richard Price, motion on a forthcoming bond, judgement granted the pltf

P230 - Absent: Andrew Cowan, James Dickenson, John Smith

P230 - Harry Smith, adm of the estate of Henry Smith, decd consents that Patrick Kindrick may open a road through the road the edge of his land

P230 - Abington Felps be exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of his infirmities

P230 - Thomas Price, son of Thomas Price, Sr. exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of his infirmities

P230 - Court, October 27, 1802. Present: James Dickenson, James McFarlane, Harry Smith & Jonathan Wood

P230 - Overseers of the poor bind James & Jesse Frileys infants of Jesse Friley, decd to James Friley

P231 - William Irvin, superintendant in opening the road fro Joseph Culbertsons to the Flat Lick in Lee County, returned an account of his expenditures since he began the same

P231 - Claimants against the county: Clerk for services for 1802, Sheriff for services for 1802, John Chaffin for killing 1 old wolf, David Chaffin for killing 1 old wolf, James Chaffin for killing 1 old wolf, John Barner for killing 1 old wolf, Griffin Soward for killing 1 old wolf, Henry SMith, adm for the hire of a machine, oxen and driver for 2 days, John Phelps for killing 1 old wolf, Jesse Fugit for killing 1 old wolf, William Thompson for killing 1 old wolf, John Ferral for killing 1 old wolf, Richard Ferral for killing 1 old wolf, Samuel Hendricks for killing 1 old wolf, William Ferral for killing 1 old wolf, Joseph Arnet for killing 1 old wolf, Peter Hutchison for killing 1 old wolf, James Stanfil for killing 1 old wolf, Elijah Carter for killing 1 old wolf, Henry Cocke for killing 1 old wolf. Sheriff for fixing a lock with a plate on the jail door, Henry Dickenson for finding candles and sweeping the courthouse, Part of Samuel Tate's claim allowed last year, Robert Tate for killing 1 old wolf, Zachariah Fugate for selling out town lotts, Anjer price for carrying the chain 1 day for laying off the lotts, William Owens, Nathan Ellington for carrying the chain & stamp paper to be paid out of the lotts, John Tate for attending in laying off lotts

P232 - Clerk make a list of public tax due for 1788 composing that part of Tazewell County formerly in Russell Co and that James McFarlane & David Fannin assist him. That he make a list of tax due composing that part of Lee County for 1788 and that Zachariah Fugate & Samuel Ritchie assist him

P232 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, November 23, 1802. Present: Samuel Robinson, Harry Smith, George Kindricks, Benjamin Estill & Jonathan Wood.

P232 - Andrew Heburn, foreman, Nathan Hobbs, James Taylor, Oliver Hughes, Thomas Long, Champion Faris, Moses Dorton, Austin Bush, John Marshall, Francis Browning, George Finnell, Wilson Vermillion, Samuel Hendricks, Michael Elliott, Abraham Oxwer, William Davis & James Osborne, grand jury for inquest.

P233 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from Cody's ford of Mockerson Creek to John Woods for not keeping the road in repair, information of Champion Faris & james Osborne, farmers

P233 - Against Nelson White for profane swearing, information of Oliver Hughes & Moses Dorton, farmers

P233 - against the surveyor of the road from Copper Springs to Dickensonville for not keeping the road in repair, information of Samuel Hendricks & Andrew Heburn, farmers

P233 - Against the Richard Williams for being drunk at our General Muster at Dickensonville on October 15. Info of James Taylor & William Davis, discharged

P233 - Indenture from William Brown & Lydia to James Day, recorded

P233 - Motion of Spencer Breeding, summons issued against ? Breeding, widow and relict (as supposed) of John Breeding, Sr. decd, to show cause why she does not come forward to administer the estate of John Breeding, sheriff to take the estate into his possession until an administrator is appointed

P233 - William Williams vs Littleberry Robinson, debt, Joseph Whiteley undertakes for the def, referred till the next court

P234 - Present: Samuel Ritchie

P234 - John Horton, Jr. vs Richard Pemberton, injunction, order of reference set aside and cause to be heard in court

P234 - Matthias Kimple vs Colebird Fugate, case, dismissed agreed

P234 - William Irvin, seuperintendant in opening the road from Joseph Culbertsons to the Flat Lick, returned an account of his expenditures, recorded

P234 - Court, December 28, 1802. Present: Thomas Dickenson, John Fugit, William Nash & Jonathan Wood

P234 - Indenture from Anthony McNight to Thomas Nash, recorded

P234 - Jeremiah Pickett, surveyor or the road, in place of William Buster and that Andrew Cowan furnish him a list of tithables

P235 - Joshua Ewing, surveyor of the road in place of Charles Crumwell and that Samuel Ewing with a list of tithables

P235 - Court, January 25, 1803. Present: Andrew Cowan, Samuel Ewing, John Fugit, & Thomas Dickenson

P235 - Indenture from Abraham Crabtree & Mary to Richard Price, recorded.

P235 - Indenture from John Carter to Joseph Carter, recorded

P235 - Indenture from Jacob Poulk to Joseph Carter, recorded

P235 - Daniel Price, Oliver Hughes, James Taylor & Johnson Sargent, to view a road proposed by Samuel Ewing from the mouth of Carrs Creek to Mockerson Creek and crossing the creek to the east side until it intersects the now laid off road, report

P235 - Zachariah Fugate, deputy collector for John Tate, collector of public revenue for 1788 produced lists of delinquents & insolvents of lands and property, certified

P236 - Aaron Hendricks, deputy collector for John Tate collector of the public revenue for 1788, produced lists of delinquents & insolvents of lands and property, certified

P236 - Present: Harry Smith

P236 - Court, February 22, 1803. Present: James Dickenson, Harry Smith, David Fannin, John Fugit & nevil Wayland.

P236 - Indenture from John Gillam & Susanna to William Gilliam, certified

P236 - Indenture from Isaac Armstrong & Edward Harris to Thomas Whiteley, recorded

P236 - Receipt from Frederick Friley & Mary to Isaac Friley, oath of Mark Whitaker, recorded

P236 - Deed of Partition between Harry Smith, Sally Smith, Peggy Smith, oaths of William McNutt & Aaron Hendricks, continued for further proof

P237 - Indenture from Francis Price & Jane to David Grace, recorded

P237 - Indenture fro Henry Smith & Mary to Claiborne Hicks, recorded

P237 - Thomas Carter, commissioned sheriff

P237 - Zachariah Salliers, John Vickers & John Sutherland bound in recognazace bond appear in court

P237 - Thomas Carter, sheriff recommends Zachariah Fugate & Aaron Hendricks for deputies

P237 - Instrument of writing from Colebird Fugate to Samuel Haddox purporting a bill of sale, appears to the court that it is a fraudulent convenance, not admitted to record

P237 - Jonathan Wood assigned to Furnish George Fugate, surveyor of the road, with a list of tithables

P237 - List of Tithables furnished John Montgomery surveyor of the road from the river to the top of the ridge, recorded

P237 - Commonweath vs John Horton, forthcoming bond, notice proven and continued until April

P237 - George Kindricks vs John Horton, forthcoming bond, notice proven and continued until April

P238 - John Brown appointed in place of Isaac Johnson surveyor of the road from the Kentucky road to the ford of Clinch River to the county line at James Browns, if the same has been established. David Fannin to furnish him a list of tithables

P238 - Zachariah Salliers, John Vickers & John Sutherland entered into a recognizance bond with Robert Vickers, Jacob Castle & Andrew Harvey, securities. Condition for good behaviour towards the commonwealth for 12 months. Continued until April court

P238 - Certified that Alexander McFarlane a pensioner is still alive and that his disabilities continue.

P238 - Indenture from Benjamin Sharp & Hannah to Henry Fuller, certified to the court of Lee County, recorded

P238 - Overseers of the poor bind Elizabeth Porter, Jane Porter, Samuel Porter, Joseph Porter and Alex Porter, infant orphans of Samuel Porter, decd

P238 - Overseers of the poor bind ? Gibson, Burrell Gibson & Alexander Gibson

P238 - George Sadler & Rhoda Sadler base born children of Mary & Elizabeth Sadler be bound to the overseers of the poor

P238 - Absent: James Dickenson. Present: James Mcfarlane

P239 - Court, March 22, 1803. Present: James Dickenson, John Fugit, George Kindrick & John McClellan

P239 - Certificate for qualification of James Smith, comm of revenue for the lower district, recorded

P239 - Surrinus Emmons surveyor of the road in place of Jacob Francisco and that David Fannin furnish a list of tithables

P239 - Absent: George Kindrick

P239 - Deed of Partition between Harry Smith, Sally Smith & Peggy Smith, oath of Geroge Kindrick, recorded

P239 - Present: Harry Smith & Geroge Kindrick

P239 - Indenture from Zebulon Loveall & Sarah to teage Quillen, oaths of John MCClellan, Samuel Strong & Andrew McClellan, recorded

P239 - Indenture from Spencer Breeding & Elizabeth to Austin Berry, recorded

P239 - Indenture from William Wells & Jemima to Thomas Quillen, recorded

P239 - Absent: James Dickenson

P239 - Deed of Gift from Henry Dickenson, Sr. to James Dickenson, oaths of Joseph Grammar & Henry Goodman, recorded

P240 - Henly Haddox surveyor of the road in place of Francis Price and that James Dickenson furnish a list of tithables

P240 - Abednigo White, Geroge Steel & Arthur Blankenship appointed to view a road from the lower end of Bean Smallwoods along the south side of his land to the upper end of Smallwoods line, reported that it is a small distance further, ordered to be cut

P240 - Daniel price, Oliver Hughes, James Taylor & Johnson Sargent appointed to view a road from the mouth of Carrs Creek up Mockerson Creek, crossing the road ordered to be cut

P240 - John McClellan appointed Lt in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment

P240 - Nathan Hobbs, James Dickenson & Joseph McFarlane appointed to view a road from from the dry branch to the ford of Mockerson Creek below William James, ordered to be cut

P240 - Present: James Dickenson & Samuel EWing

P240 - John Horton, Jr., vs Richard Pemberton, etal, injunction, bill be dissolved, judgement granted the def

P241 - William Garret, surveyor of the road from the widow Hays to james Gibsons and that Samuel Ewing furnish him a list of tithables

P241 - Oliver Hughes be surveyor of the road from Richard Prices to mcClures old place in place of Nathan Hobbs and that James Dickenson furnish him a list of tithables

P241 - Court held at Russell Courthouse on March 23, 1803 for the examination of John Tate charged with feloniously taking a bedsted the porperty of Solomon Frazer.

P241 - Present: Samuel Ewing, james Dickenson, James McFarlane, John Fugit, John McClellan & Jonathan Wood

P241 - Prisoner being arraigned, def pleads not guilty, def found not guilty

P241 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, April 26, 1803. Present: Andrew Cowan, Samuel Ritchie, Samuel Ewing, DAvid Fannin & Jonathan Wood

P241 - Deed from Alexander Wolcott to Chaney Buckly & Job Doan , execution of which certified by the Mayor of the City of Hartford, recorded

P242 - Francis Browning, foreman, Champion Faris, John Wood, james Taylor, David Thompson, Stephen Gose, Austin Bush, Berry Robinson, John Marshall, Charles Crumwell, James Gibson, Benjamin Johnson, John Stinson, Martin Honaker, William Thompson, Anthony Hinton & Jeremiah Salliers, grand jury of inquest

P242 - Presentment against surveyor of the road from the courthouse to the top of Copper Ridge for not keeping it in repair, information of John Marshall & Littleberry Robinson

P242 - Against surveyor of the road from Robert Vickers on Copper Creek to the plantation of John Wood on Mockerson for not keeping the road in repair, information of Champ Faris & John Wood

P242 - Against the surveyor of the road from William Codys on Mockerson to the Lee line for not keeping the road in repair, information of Champ Faris & David Thompson

P242 - Against the surveyor of the road from Solomon Littons to Charles Crumwell for not keeping the same in repair, information of James Gibson & Charles Crumwell

P242 - Against the surveyor of the road from Murpheys Mill to the Still house branch in New Garden for not keeping the road in repair, information of John Stinson & Martin Honaker

P242 - Against the surveyor of the road from James Hendricks to Ericus Andersons for not keeping the road in repair, information of James Gibson & Benjamin Johnson

P242 - Against the surveyor of the road from James Gibsons to the widow Hays for not keeping the road in repair, information of Anthony Hinton & james Gibson

P242 - Against Patrick Pearson for profane swearing 3 oaths on the 27th, information of John Marshall & James Gibson

P242 - Against Patrick Pearson for profane swearing on the 26th, information of John Marshall & James Taylor

P243 - Against Alexander Hall & Fielding Isaacks for fighting and beating each other on the 23rd, information of John Marshall & Austin Bush

P243 - Against William Wharton for swearing 3 profane oaths on the 23rd, information of Berry Robinson & Austin Bush

P243 - Against William Vickers for striking Christopher Gose on the 26th, information of Berry Robinson & Anthony Hinton

P243 - Against John Vickers and James Cahoon for fighting on the 26th, information of Anthony Hinton & James Taylor

P243 - Against Daniel Roberts for striking William Brown on the 26th, information of James Taylor & Littleberry Robinson

P243 - against the surveyor of the road from Cedar Creek to the Glade Hollow for not keeping the road in repair, information of Charles Crumwell & Anthony Hinton

P243 - James Rodgers vs James Brown, debt, John Brown undertakes for the def, office judgement set aside

P243 - Motion of the Commonwealth atty to prefer a Bill of Indictment against Archibald Murphey for preventing an officer from the execution of his duty

P243 - Absent: Andrew Cowan

P244 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, April 27, 1803. Present: James Dickenson, Harry Smith, David Fannin & Thomas Dickenson

P244 - Indenture from George Miller to James Tate, oaths of john Wood & Peter McIntosh, continued for further proof

P244 - Jacob Robinson vs Littleberry Robinson, debt, another identical suit, Stephen Gose undertakes for the def

P244 - John Davis bound in recognizance with George Kindrick & George Steel, securities. Ordered that he be further bound for good behavior

P244 - David Fannin assigned to furnish John brown surveyor of a road with a list of tithables, recorded

P244 - Ordered that an indictment be preferred to the grand jury against James Friley & Thomas Friley for an affray.

P244 - James Abbot vs James Tate, debt, dismissed at defs cost

P244 - Motion of John Woodson, license granted to keep an ordinary at his house

P245 - Indenture from John Davis & Catherine to Bean Smallwood, recorded

P245 - Indenture from James Tate & Ruth to Thomas Long, recorded

P245 - Commonwealth vs Joseph Bevens, presentment, continued

P245 - Commonwealth vs John M. Estill & James Dickenson, information on a presentment, Jury; James Smith, Andrew Hebourn, Joseph Smith, Moses Damron, James Abbot, Samuel Hendricks, John Candler, Charles Conly, Nicholas Hughes, Johson Sargent, James Sargent & John Hargis, def found guilty

P245 - Richard Preees be paid for 2 days as witness for the commonwealth vs Estill & Dickenson

P245 - Will of John Counts, decd, oaths of John Hargis, continued for further proof

P245 - William Carson vs Smiths adm., case, nonsuit set aside, declaration filed & cause reinstated on rule dockett

P245 - Archibald Murphey bound in recognizance to appear in court, continued in the same recognizance

P246 - Motion of Henry Dickenson license is granted him to keep an ordinary at his house

P246 - John Irvin vs Richard Preecs, debt, Patrick Kindrick undertakes for the def

P246 - John Vickers, John Sutherland & Zachariah Salliers bound in recognizance to appear at this court, ordered to be further bound to appear in June court

P246 - Will of John Crank decd, oaths of Henry Dickenson & Nathan Ellington, recorded

P246 - Matthias Harman vs Richard Preecs, case, by consent this cause is remanded to the rules

P246 - Present: Samuel Ritchie

P246 - Election be held at old Mr. Kitchens on May 21, to choose 3 freeholders as overseers of the poor for the lower district and that Samuel Ritchie superintend the same

P246 - Election be held at George McConnels on May 21 for the purpose of choosing 3 freeholders as overseers of the poor in the upper district and that James McFarlane superintend the election

P246 - William Carson vs Smiths Adm., case, pltf ruled to give security for the prosecution of this suit

P247 - Court, May 24, 1803. Present: Samuel Robinson, James Dickenson, John M. Estill, David Fannin, Thomas Dickenson & William Nash

P247 - Indenture from Jeremiah Patrick & Sarah to George Peck, recorded

P247 - Deed of Gift from Mary McTeeters to nancy, oaths of James P. Carrell & Thomas Gibson, recorded

P247 - Absent: James Dickenson & William Nash. Present: Samuel Ewing & James McFarlane

P247 - Will of Richard price, decd, oaths of Francis Browning, Abram Fuller & Charles Holliday, recorded. Motion of John Anderson, Samuel Robinson, Jr. & Thomas Price executors adm granted them. Securities: Harry Smith, Francis Browning, Henry Dickenson

P247 - John Sikes surveyor of the road in place of William Nash and that William Nash furnish him a list of tithables

P247 - Inventory & appraisement of estate of Henry Smith, decd, recorded

P247 - Francis Browning, Jesse Browning, Laurence Vanhook, Harry Smith to appraise the estate of Richard Price, decd,

P247 - Motion of Mark Whitaker, produced credentials of ordinations, together with Francis Browning & James Dickenson, securities.

P248 - Deed of Emancipation from Charles Holliday to negro girl named Grace, recorded

P248 - Deed of Emancipation from Samuel Robinson to a negro boy named Sawney and two negro girls named Sarah & Violet, recorded

P248 - Indenture from Thomas Long to James Tate, recorded

P248 - Harry Smith, adm of H. Smith, decd vs Israel Keen, petition & summons, petition dismissed

P248 - Israel Keen pay Thomas Hunt & Thomas Flower for 1 days as witness for him vs Smiths adm.

P248 - James McFarlane assigned to furnish Henry Burk, surveyor of the road from Solomon Littons to the Gap of the Mountain with a list of tithables

P248 - James Dickenson assigned to furnish Oliver Hughes, surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P248 - Samuel Ewing assigned to furnish William Garret surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P249 - Motion of Elizabeth Crank & William Crank, exec named in the will of John Crank, decd, oaths of Nathan Ellington & Zachariah Fugate, securities

P249 - Receipt from Mary Fraley to James Fraley, oath of John Barner, recorded

P249 - Henry Dickenson, John M. Estill & Nathan Ellington appointed commissioners to settle with Harry Smith, adm of Henry Smith, decd,

P249 - Thomas Long appointed surveyor in place of Jacob Castle and that John Smith furnish him a list of tithables

P249 - Absent: Samuel Robinson. Present; Harry Smith & John Fugit

P249 - Thomas Dickenson recommended as Captain in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment in the place of Abraham Childris who resigned. John Hammons, Jr. recommended as Lt in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment in place of John Colley who resigned. Griffeth Dickenson recommended as Ensign in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment in place of John Jesse who resigned

P249 - Henry Wood recommended as ensign in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment in place of Henly Fugate, removed

P249 - Henry Cocke recommended as Lt in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment in place of Elijah Carter who resigned. Joseph Carter, Jr. for ensign in 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment in place of Joseph Culbertson who resigned

P250 - Daniel Horton recommended as Ensign in the 1st batallion, 72nd regiment in place of Thomas Hunt, who resigned

P250 - Thomas Price recommended as Lt in the 1st batallion, 72nd regiment in place of George McConnel who resigned. Samuel Robinson, Jr. for Ensign in the 1st batallion, 72nd regiment in place of William Romine, resigned

P250 - James Sargent, Jr. recommended as Captain in the 1st batallion, 72nd regiment in the place of John Candler who resigned. Samuel Hays for Lt in the 1st batallion, 72nd regiment in the place of William Hays, decd and Charles Hays for Ensign in the 1st batallion, 72nd regiment in the place of James Sargant, promoted

P250 - Motion of Wiliam Barry license granted to keep an ordinary at his house

P250 - Joseph Smith be surveyor of the road in place of Andrew Shortridge and that Harry Smith furnish him a list of tithables

P250 - Samuel Ritchie vs Richard Preecs, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P250 - Samuel Ritchie vs William Tabor, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P251 - Matthias Kimple vs Colebird Fugate & Henry Dixon, injunction by way of interpleader, Complaintant to pay the amount of the bond executed by him to Samuel Haddox on which bond Henry Dixon obtained a judgement by an attachment against Haddox wherein the complaintant was summoned as garnishee and judgement rendered against him. Ordered to pay Colebird Fugate and that Dixon be forever

inhibited from proceeding on the judgement. Judgement granted the def

P251 - John Horton vs Samuel Duff etal, injunction, depositions be taken in this suit

P251 - Indenture from William Owens & Anne to Nathan Ellington, oaths of Dennis Mullowney, John Woods & Henry Dickenson, recorded

P251 - Summons for Roger Cornet for refusing to give the commissioner a list of his taxable property, against Thomas Francis, Sr. for giving the commissioner a fraudulent list of his taxable property

P251 - John Horton vs Samuel Duff, Thomas Hunt & Shadrick White, injunction, bill dissolved, judgement granted the def.

P252 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, June 28, 1803. Present: Samuel Ritchie, Harry Smith, David Fannin, John Fugit, George Kindrick, Nevil Wayland, Thomas Dickenson, William Nash

P252 - Joseph Culbertson, foreman, Jeremiah patrick, Andrew Martin, George Finnell, Abraham Fuller, Jacob Raresnake, John Stinson, Alexander mcFarlane, John Wells, John Williams, William Wells, Nathan Hobbs, Daniel price, John Buster, Mesick Stacy & james Taylor, grand jury of inquest

P252 - Presentment against surveyor of the road from the top of mockerson ridge to Richard Prices for not keeping the road in repair, information of Daniel price & James Taylor

P252 - Against the surveyor of the road from this place to Benjamin Fugates old place for not keeping it in repair, information of Joseph Culbertson & John Wells, farmers

P252 - Against the surveyor of the road for that part of the road out of repair from John Williams to Jonathan Woods, information of John Williams & Meshack Stacy

P252 - Against the surveyor of the road for that part of the road unpassible on the bank of little cedar creek by Shadrick Williams, information of George Finnell & Jacob Raresnake

P252 - Against Nelson White, farmer of Mockerson for profane swearing 2 oaths on the 18th, information of John Williams & John Wells, farmers

P252 - Against Thomas Rose? farmer of elk garden for drunkness, information of Andrew Martin & James Taylor

P252 - Michael Eliott be surveyor of the road in place of Laurence Vanhook and that James McFarlane furnish him a list of tithables

P253 - Stephen Fuller surveyor of the road in place of Ericus Smith and that William Nash furnish him a list of tithables.

P253 - Samuel Robinson assigned to furnish DAvid Black, surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P253 - Indenture from Samuel Fowler to Patrick Kindrick, oaths of James McFarlane & John Irvin, continued for further proof

P253 - Power of atty from Samuel Fowler to Patrick Kindrick, oaths of James McFarlane & John Ervin, recorded

P253 - Power of atty from Geroge Hoke, Jr. to George Hoke, Sr., certified by John Gloninger, judge of the court of common pleas in Dauphin Co., PA, recorded

P253 - Samuel Canada & Edmund Canady be exempt from paying levies & poor rates on account of their infirmities

P253 - Alexander Shoemaker vs William Cordill, case, Pltf to give security for the costs

P253 - Samuel Ritchie, Nevil Wayland & John Smith took oath as overseers of the poor in the lower district

P253 - Sheriff immediately take Champion Faris and put him in the common jail and there to remain for the space of 4 hours

P253 - Richard Crunk vs David Hogan, debt, def acknowledges pltf action. Judgement granted the pltf

P254 - Indenture from William Tabor & nancy to William Walker, recorded

P254 - Samuel Duff assignee of Thomas Hunt vs John Horton & Zachariah Scaggs, motion on a forthcoming bond, Judgement granted the pltf

P254 - John Gose vs Caleb Friley, attachment, Judgement granted the pltf

P254 - John Gose pay Jonathan Fugate for 1 day as witness for him vs Caleb Friley

P254 - Commission of Peace directed to John Montgomery & others, took oath

P254 - Commonwealth vs Henry Burk, presentment, dismissed

P254 - William Miller for the benefit of William Robinson vs Alexander McFarlane, debt, Alexander McFarlane, Sr. undertakes for the def

P255 - Commonwealth vs Archibald Murphey, indictment, def pleads not guilty. Jury: Charles Carrell, John Gibson, Daniel Bloomer, William Romine, Thomas Price, John Anderson, James Gray, George Colley, William Buster, Patrick Kindrick, Anjer Price, Henry Davis. Judgement granted the pltf. Def ordered to be imprisoned for 1 hour

P255 - Martin Musick be paid for 3 days as witness for the commonwealth vs Archibald Murphey, also pay William Horton for 3 days as witness for the commonwealth vs Archibald Murphey for travelling 35 miles both ways

P255 - Commonwealth vs Fielding Isaacks & Alexander Hall, presentment, appearance for the def Hall, capias awarded against Isaacks. Alexander Hall discharged from further prosecution

P255 - Commonwealth vs Joseph Bevens, presentment, presentment dismissed

P256 - Samuel Ritchie assigned to furnish William Riggs surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P256 - William Carson vs Smiths Adm., case, dismissed

P256 - privy examination of Mary Canard, recorded

P256 - Harry Smith appointed surveyor of the road from his mill to the Richlands in place of Joseph Smith and that George Kindricks give him a list of tithables

P256 - Indenture from Richard Preecs to George Hoke, recorded

P256 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, June 29, 1803. Present: Samuel Ritchie, Samuel Ewing, John M. Estill, James McFarlane, Harry Smith, David Fannin, Nevil Wayland, John Montgomery & George Kindrick

P256 - Motion of Zachariah Fugate, adm granted on the estate of Martin Fugate, decd.

P257 - Samuel Ritchie, assignee of Robert Duff vs George Hubberlin & Richard Price, petition & summons, defs confessed judgement, judgement granted the pltf

P257 - Samuel Ewing assigned to furnish Joshua Ewing surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P257 - Motion of George Hubberlin vs Samuel Ritchie assignee of Robert Duff for an injunction , motion overruled, judgement granted the def

P257 - Present: Samuel Robinson, John Fugit & William Nash

P257 - William Gilmore, Andrew Haburn, John Stinson, Patrick Kindrick, Jr. & Joseph Smith recommended to be added to the commissions of the peace

P257 - James Best vs William Moore, case, Jury: Austin Bush, Neal Sutherland, George Hubberlin, John Marshall, James Gibson, Benjamin Harris, Thomas Bundy, Edward Monohon, Andrew Harvey, Lewis Harris, Zachariah Salliers & Stephen Ogdon, judgement granted the pltf

P258 - David Fannin, Charles Crumwell & Charles Kesee appointed overseers of the poor in the upper district, David Fannin took oath

P258 - George Frazer vs James Best, NB, dismissed

P258 - William Moore vs Champion Faris, NB, dismissed

P258 - Absent: Samuel Ritchie

P258 - Commonwealth vs Clerk, dismissed

P258 - William Tate, Sr., Richard Davis & William Tate, Jr. to appraise the estate of Martin Fugit, decd.

P258 - court, July 26, 1803. Present: John M. Estill, James McFarlane, Harry Smith, John Fugit, Nevil Wayland

P258 - Inventory & appraisement of the estate of Martin Fugate, decd, recorded

P258 - Indenture from James Friley to William Tabor, Elizabeth wife of James Friley examined, recorded

P258 - Indenture from James Turner & Mary to James Roberts, recorded

P259 - Indenture from Francis Price & Jean to Nelson White, recorded

P259 - Indenture from Christopher Olinger to Henry Bowen, recorded

P259 - Indenture from William Buster & mary, 1 to Jacob Kinder, 1 to Ambrose Hammons, 1 to William Smith and 1 to John Hackney, recorded

P259 - Indenture from John Thompson to Samuel Fields & George Belsha, recorded

P259 - Indenture from Alexander Shoemaker & Jemima to Anthony McNight, recorded

P259 - James Tate surveyor of the road in place of Nelson White and that Jonathan Wood give him a list of tithables

P259 - 2 Indentures from Simeon Cockrell & Magdalane to Isaac Richmond, the other to Rawley Stallierd, oath of Nevil Wayland, continued for further proof

P259 - Charles Crumwell & Charles Kezee appointed overseers of the poor for the upper district, took oath of office

P259 - Abraham Childris appointed surveyor of the road in place of Shadrick Monk and that JOhn Hammons furnish him a list of tithables

P259 - John Keen vs Moses Damron, attachment, Samuel Robinson undertakes for the def. Constable attached 1 sorrel horse, property of def, property returned by giving bond with Abraham Musick & Joseph Smith, securities. Judgement granted the pltf

P260 - Will of John Counts, decd, oath of Duntee Counts, recorded

P260 - Thomas Carter, James Gibson & Samuel Robinson, commission of the peace, one to fulfill the office of sheriff

P260 - Samuel Haddox vs Henry St. John Dixon, injunction, chancery, bill be dissolved, Judgement granted def

P260 - Present; John Smith

P260 - Joel Cook appointed surveyor of the road in place of Harry Smith and that Harry Smith furnish him a list of tithables

P260 - John Harman be exempted from paying levy & poor rates for 1802 because he was constable that year

P260 - Absent: John Smith

P261 - Court, August 23, 1803. Presetn: Samuel Ritchie, John Smith, John Fugit & William Nash

P261 - Indenture from Jeremiah Pickett & Agatha to William Barry, recorded

P261 - Indenture from Cornelius Dollerhide & Jane to John Hackney, recorded

P261 - Indenture from Thomas Burk & Rebekah to David Hendricks, recorded

P261 - Indenture from Robert McFarlane & Ann to Edward Smoot, recorded

P261 - Indenture from John Harman & Elizabeth to Peter Powers, recorded

P261 - Indenture from Anthony Hinton & Sarah to William Vermillion, recorded

P261 - Indenture from John Gibson & Phebe to John Alexander, recorded

P261 - Indenture from Andrew Cowan & Mary to William Gilmore, recorded

P261 - Indenture from William Buster & Mary to Harry Smith, recorded

P262 - Indenture from Abraham Musick & Rachel to Edward Jones, recorded

P262 - Indenture from Joseph Jett & Phebe to John Litton, recorded

P262 - Indenture from Nathan Wilkerson, William Wilkenson, Enoch Moore, Henry Grey & Thomas Wilkenson by atty William Wilkenson to Stephen Woolsey, certified by Daniel Kennedy, Clerk of Greene Co., TN, recorded

P262 - Indenture from Stephen Woolsey to Richard Jackson, oath of Abram Musick & John Whitlock, continued for further proof

P262 - 2 Indentures from Harris Wilson, 1 to John Wilson and 1 to Richard Wilson, oath of Joel Cook, continued for further proof

P262 - Indenture from Anthony McNight to Alexander Shoemaker, recorded

P262 - 2 Indentures from John Short & Mary, 1 to Abraham Cumpton and 1 to Austin Berry, recorded

P262 - Indenture from Alexander Shoemaker & Jemima to Anthony McNight, recorded

P262 - Indenture from Samuel Fowler to Patrick Kindrick, oath of John Litton, recorded

P262 - 4 Indentures from James Davison, 1 to Shadrick Estape, 2 to Samuel Estape and 1 to Abraham Childris, recorded

P262 - Indenture from Abraham Childris to Jacob Teator, recorded

P263 - Indenture from Thomas Sargent to Thomas Dosson, oaths of James Hendricks & Henry Campbell, continued for further proof

P263 - John M. Estill assigned to furnish Thomas Dosson, surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P263 - John Horton vs Pemberton & Deskins, injunction, Complainant withdraws his bill of injuntion and confesses judgement.

P263 - Harry Smith assigned to furnish James Kinnard surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P263 - William Nash assigned to furnish John Sykes, surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P263 - Samuel Haddox vs Henry St. John Dixon, on an injunction, injunction to be reinstated and that the def be inhibited from proceedings on the judgements

P263 - Joseph Davison, John Frazer, Nelson, White, Simon Stacy, to view a road from the ford of the creek by James Tates and round his orchard to where it intersects the old road

P263 - Henry Dickenson, Charles Carrell, John Harris & Samuel Gibson to appraise the estate of John Crank, decd

P263 - James Davison assigned to furnish Simon Stacy surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P264 - James Davison assigned to furnish Samuel Cornet, surveyor or a road with a list of tithables

P264 - Henry Dickenson, John M. Estill & Nathan Ellington appointed to settle with the adm of Henry Smith, decd, two items erased from the report, 500 pounds and 200 pounds which were placed to the credit of the Adm, recorded

P264 - Robert & Robert Preston vs Moses Huffman, petition & summons, Judgement granted the pltf

P264 - Robert & Robert Preston vs Moses Huffman, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P264 - Present: John M. Estill. Absent: Samule Ritchie & John Smith

P264 - James Briant vs John Douglass, injunction, injunction dissolved and bill dismissed judgement granted the def

P265 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, September 27, 1803. Present: Samuel Ritchie, Samuel Robinson, Harry Smith, George Kindrick & John Fugit

P265 - 2 Indentures from William Nash to Ira Nash, recorded

P265 - Indenture from Michael Wright to James Robinson, recorded

P265 - Indenture from Enos Browning to Michael Wright, recorded

P265 - James McFarlane assigned to furnish Michael Elliott surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P265 - Thomas Dickenson appointed Capt in the 2nd batallion, 72nd Regiment

P265 - Griffeth Dickenson appointed ensign in the 2nd batallion, 72nd regiment

P265 - Francis Browning, foreman, Laurence Vanhook, Dale Carter, Stephen Gose, James Hendricks, Charles Keezee, Joseph McReynolds, James Gibson, Bennet Wellman, Alexander McFarlane, Jacob Raresnake, Joseph Tate, Francis Price, John Gose, William Davis, David Grace & John Williams, grand jury of inquest

P265 - Presentment against the surveyof of the road from John Williams to Robert Vickers for not keeping the road in repair, information of John William & Joseph Tate. Against the surveyor of the road from county road in Glade hollow to James Hendricks for not keeping the road in repair, information of James Hendricks & Jacob Raresnake. Against Thomas Ross for drinking to excess on Sept 27, 1803, information of Dale Carter & David Grace

P266 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from the courthouse to Robert Vickers for not keeping the road in repair, information of Dale Carter & John Williams

P266 - Jesse Browning produced an account as comm of the Revenue in the upper district for 1803

P266 - James Smith produced an account of services as comm of the revenue in the lower district for 1803.

P266 - Certified to the Register of the Land Office that James Green is the son and heir at law of James Green who was killed by the savages on December 31, 1782 and that James Green the younger was born February 12, 1783.

P266 - William Tate, Jr. vs Andrew Spradling, debt, Robert Smith, appearance bail for the def is discharged from the recognizance bond. James Tate undertakes for the def

P266 - Patrick Pearson vs James Osborne, case, dismissed, def to pay half the costs

P267 - James McFarlane vs Richard Price, case, writ of enquiry set aside, Smyth for the def, def pleads not guilty, deferred until next court

P267 - Samuel Ritchie vs John Breeding, attachment, sheriff summoned Richard Thompson as a garnishee, judgement granted the pltf

P267 - John McClellan & Jonathan Wood to settle with the adm of James Davison

P267 - Commonwealth vs Patrick Pearson, presentment for profane swearing, def pleads guilty, def fined and to pay costs of prosecution

P267 - James Barty vs Joseph Casteel, dismissed

P267 - James Barty vs John Casteel, dismissed

P268 - Commonwealth vs Robert Perry & Thomas Welch, information on presentment, Jury: Anthony Hinton, Samuel Hendricks, John Horton, Thomas Sargent, Thomas Paschal, Benjamin Johnson, Daniel price, John Candler, Hiram Crabtree, Samuel

Hays, Thomas Price & John Jesse, judgement granted the commonwealth

P268 - application of Oliver Hughes, ordered that Daniel price, Francis Price, Robert McFarlane & Johnson Sargent to view a road for said Hughes and report

P268 - Thomas Hunt vs John Candler, debt, Francis Browning & Laurence Vanhook, undertake for the def

P268 - Michael Dechart vs Jonathan Davis, petition & summons, def acknowledges pltf claim. Judgement granted the pltf

P268 - Absent: John Fugit

P269 - James Abbot be paid for 1 day as witness for the commonwealth vs Robert Tate

P269 - Samuel Hendricks be paid for 3 days as witness for commonwealth vs Robert Perry & Thomas Welch

P269 - Commonwealth vs William Moore, presentment, dismissed

P269 - Commonwealth vs William Moore, presentment for failing to keep his precinct of the road in repair, def found guilty, fined

P269 - John Fugit vs William Moore, case, motion of pltf to take deposition of Jonas Payne of Wilkes Co., NC, granted. William Lenoir, James Wellburn, John Brown, James Patton & Jesse Robinett to take depositions

P269 - Absent: Harry Smith. Absent: Samuel Ritchie

P269 - Only Harry Smith mark hogs, cattle & sheep with a crop and underkeel in each ear and branding horses with HS on the rear buttock

P270 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, September 28, 1803. Present: Samuel Robinson, Harry Smith, Thomas Dickenson & John McClellan

P270 - William Miller for benefit of William Robinson vs Alexander McFarlane, debt, def pleads payment

P270 - Henry Fuller vs William Moore, debt, Nathan Ellington undertakes for the def

P270 - Commonwealth vs Richard Williams, presentment for profane swearing, def found guilty, fined and pay costs

P270 - Commonwealth vs Ericus Smith, presentment, dismissed

P270 - Commonwealth vs Joseph Fields, presentment , dismissed

P270 - Commonwealth vs William Wright, presentment, dismissed

P270 - George Colley vs William Bradley, nonsuit set aside & declaration filed

P270 - Power of atty from Isaac Lennard to Thomas Hunt, oath of Luke Burke, recorded

P271 - Commonwealth vs William Wharton, presentment of the grand jury for profane swearing, def found guilty

P271 - Indenture from Richard Preecs & Elizabeth to Charles Crumwell, recorded

P271 - Commonwealth vs William Vickers, information on presentment, def pleads not guilty, Jury: Thomas Long, Joseph Taylor, Richard Preecs, Johnson Sargent, Benjamin Johnson, Nathan Hobbs, Francis Price, Israel Keen, Edward Monahon, Charles Crumwell, Stephen Gose & Joseph Fields, judgement granted the pltf

P271 - Commonwealth vs John Vickers & James Calhoon, information on grand jury presentment, Jury: William Wright, James Gibson, Anthony Hinton, Samuel Hendricks, James Gray, Charles Carrell, William Robinson, John Jessee, Daniel Price, Drury Wood, James McKinny, Godfrey Isaacks, Judgement granted the pltf

P272 - Commonwealth vs John Davis, continued

P272 - Patrick McDavid vs Richard Price, Alexander Dunlop & Peter Stacy, chancery, def failed to file answer within 3 months, def to have 3 months to answer bill, continued

P272 - William Manadue vs William Moore, case, dismissed

P272 - Nimrod McIntosh vs Benjamin Harris, NB, dismissed

P272 - Joseph Whiteley vs John Vickers & James McKinney, trespass, def by atty, James McKinney, def pleads not guilty, Jury: Thomas Long, Joseph Taylor, Richard Preecs, Johnson Sargent, Benjamin Johnson, Francis Price, Israel Keen, Charles Crumwell, Joseph Fields, Anthony Hinton, John Jessee & nathan Hobbs, Judgement granted the pltf

P273 - James Smiley produced a license from Montgomery court as a Hawker or Pedlar to sale or barter goods, wares and merchandize, recorded

P273 - Spencer Breeding vs John Breeding, debt, dismissed

P273 - John Tate vs Isaac Collins, case, continued

P273 - Joseph Davis vs William Couch, case, dismissed

P273 - William Benham vs Joseph Osborne, case, continued

P273 - Daniel Sheffey vs William Moore, debt, judgement granted the pltf

P273 - Abraham Crabtree vs Richard Price, etal, chancery, def did not file answer within 3 months, def given 3 months to file answer, continued

P273 - William Robinson by Samuel Robinson vs Caleb Browning, case, arbitrators find in favor of the pltf

P274 - James Day vs Brown & a, def not residents of the commonwealth, ordered that publication be made and that the defs appear in next court

P274 - Joseph Whiteley pay Edward Monohan for 3 days as witness for him vs Vickers & mcKinney, also pay John Stapleton for 2 days as witness for him vs Vickers & McKinney

P274 - James Gibson be paid for 3 days as witness for commonwealth vs Patrick Pearson

P274 - Austin Bush be paid for 4 days as witness for commonwealth vs William Wharton

P274 - Anthony Hinton be paid for 2 days as witness for commonwealth vs John Vickers & James Calhoon

P274 - Anthony Hinton be paid for 2 days as witness for commonwealth vs William Vickers

P275 - Court, October 25, 1803, Present: Samuel Ritchie, James McFarlane, Thomas Dickenson, Nevil Wayland & William Nash

P275 - Indenture from Daniel Nelson to John Hooper, recorded

P275 - 2 Indentures from Harris Willson, 1 to John Wilson and 1 to Richard wilson, oaths of Andrew Shortridge, continued for further proof

P275 - Indenture from John Carter to Robert Mitchell, oaths of James Gibson, John Hoope & Daniel Nelson, recorded

P275 - Indenture from James Coil & Elizabeth to Charles Kezee, recorded

P275 - Indenture from William Monk & Frances to Thomas Fuller, recorded

P275 - Absent: Samuel Ritchie & James McFarlane. Present: John McClellan

P275 - Will of Thomas Carter, decd, oaths of James Gibson & William Stewart, recorded

P275 - Will of William Tate, decd, oaths of Robert Tate, Jr. & Samuel Tate, recorded

P275 - Motion of Elizabeth Carter, James Dickenson, Charles Carter, exec. named in the will of Thomas Carter, decd. Securities: James Gibson, Samuel Ritchie & Henry Dickenson, adm granted

P276 - Daniel Nelson, William Jones, David Cocke & William Kilgore to appraise the slaves and personal estate of Thomas Carter, decd and return account.

P276 - Indenture from Euricus Anderson & Elizabeth to Hamlet Patterson, recorded

P276 - Charles Carter charged in the commissioners book with a tract of land containing 214 ac, states that he does not this tract of land

P276 - Indenture from Reuben Owens & Sarah to Thomas Long, oath of Jonathan Wood, recorded

P276 - Indenture from Thomas Long to Daniel Price, recorded

P276 - Present: James Gibson & James McFarlane

P276 - William Bradley bound in recognizance with John Sykes & William Nash, securities. Recognizance ordered to be quashed

P276 - Motion of Robert Tate, Jr., exec named in the will of William Tate, decd. Securities: John Tate, adm granted him on the estate

P276 - Nathan Ellington, zachariah Fugate, John Williams & Daniel price, to appraise the personal estate of William Tate, decd.

P277 - George Colley vs William Bradley, Jesse Belsher & David McCaw under take for the def

P277 - Samuel Ritchie, assignee vs George Heaberlin & David McCaw, forthcoming bond, judgement granted the pltf

P277 - Samuel Ritchie vs George Heaberlin & David McCaw, forthcoming bond, judgement granted the pltf

P277 - Indenture from William Gilmore to Jesse West, recorded

P277 - 2 Indentures from William Nash to William Gilmore, recorded

p277 - Daniel price, Robert McFarlane & Francis Price viewed a road from Daniel prices to Samuel Ewings on Moccason running near the old road, ordered to be cut

P277 - Nevil Wayland, James Leath & John Alley to view a road from Stony Creek running near David Cocke's to where it intersects the main road

P278 - William Cocke vs Henry Hamblin, attachment, James Cocke, constable attached a sorrel mare, property of the def. Judgement granted the pltf.

P278 - Andrew Hebourn appointed commissioner in the upper district

P278 - Jonathan Wood, Jr. appointed commissioner in the lower district

P278 - Overseers of the poor bind, Sarah, Thomas, Nathaniel & William Cases poor children of Thomas Case

P278 - certified that Thomas Carter late sheriff died on October 5, 1803

P278 - 2 Indentures from Simon Cockrell & Magdalane, 1 to Rolley Stallard, 1 to Isaac Richmond, oaths of Samuel Ritchie, continued for further proof

P278 - Zachariah Fugate & Aaron Hendricks, produced list of delinquents & insolvents for 1802

P279 - Court, October 26, 1803. Present: Samuel Ritchie, John Tate, James Gibson & Thomas Dickenson

P279 - Indenture from George Robinson & jane to William Gilmore, oath of Nathan Ellington, continued for proof

P279 - James Best vs William Moore, injunction, injunction dissolved, judgement granted the def

P279 - Present: John Fuget

P279 - James Logan vs William Webb, chancery, judgement granted the pltf

P279 - Absent: John Tate

P280 - Samuel Haddox vs Henry St. John Dixon, injunction, parties to take depositions

P280 - Present: John Tate. Absent: Thomas Dickenson

P280 - Motion of Jonathan Davis license granted him to keep a tavern where he now lives in Dickensonville

P280 - Motion of Nathan Ellington, directs the sheriff to summon 12 persons to meet on the lands proposed by him for the erection of a water grist mill on November 12th

P280 - Court Expenses for 1803: Clerk for services 1803, Sheriff for services for 1803, Commonwealth Atty for services for 1803, James Noling for killing 1 old wolf, John Chaffin for same, Thomas Price for same, Garland Hurt for same, Thomas Easterlin for same, Housin Kinner for same, John Casteel for same, James Chaffin for same, Peter Hutchinson for same, Jacob Ramey for same, David Davison for killing 1 young wolf, Nelson White for same, William Ferral for killing 1 old wolf, Henly Fugate for services done on behalf of the commonwealth in 1796, Colebird Fugate for services done on behalf of the commonwealth in 1796, (the two last claims to be paid to Nathan Ellington)

John Fugate for services done as constable on behalf of the Commonwealth for 1800 & 1801, Anjer Price for laying out lotts, to the commissioners for building the courthouse to be appropriated to the erecting of seats in the jury rooms.

P281 - Court, December 27, 1803. Present: John Tate, Samuel Ewing, George kindrick, John Fuget & Nevil Wayland

P281 - James Gibson commissioned by the commonwealth. Securities: Henry Dickenson

P281 - James Gibson, sheriff, recommended Zachariah Fugate & Aaron Hendricks for deputies

P281 - Indenture from Samuel ewing, atty for Richard Smith of Longon to George Wiser, recorded

P281 - 2 Indentures from Harry Wilson, 1 to John Wilson and 1 to Richard Wilson, oaths of Charles Holliday, recorded

P281 - Charles Holliday, named in the commission of Peace, took oaths

P282 - Indenture from Benjamin Lockhart to William Ervin, oaths of Charles Holliday, Evens Smith & Joseph Vickers, recorded

P282 - William Gillespey, surveyor of the road in place of Thomas Paschal and that Thomas Dickenson furnish them a list of tithables

P282 - Will of John Carter, decd, oaths of William Nash, executor to take the deposition of William Nash, Jr. a resident of Sullivan Co., TN, will annexed to order

P282 - Robert McDowel & John McDowel, Jr., produced a license from the court of Hustings held for the corporation of Staunton permitting them to be Hawkers and Pedlars, recorded

P282 - Abraham Crabtree vs Richard Price, etal, chancery, parties to take depositions of their witnesses

P282 - Robert Bratton vs James Best, petiton & summons, judgement granted the pltf.

P282 - John Tate, certificate of qualification of Jonathan Wood, Jr. as a commissioner of the revenue in the lower district

P282 - Inventory & appraisement of the estate of William Tate, decd, recorded

P283 - Samuel Ritchie vs John Breeding, attachment, Richard Thompson summoned as a garnishee, called 3 times and did not appear. Judgement granted the pltf against Richard Thompson

P283 - Reuben Jones vs Matthew Moss, attachment, continued at the def cost

P283 - Richard Davis appointed an appriaser of the estate of William Tate, decd in place of Daniel Price

P283 - James Gibson, sheriff, protested against the sufficienty of the county jail

P283 - John Hargis vs William Bradley, attachment, dismissed

P283 - Alexander McFarlane vs William Bradley, attachment, Samuel Hendricks, constable summoned David McCaw, William Welch & William Bradley, Jr. David McCaw declares that he has 20 dollars, William Welch declares the he has a quantity of corn, 1 cow, 1 hogshead, 1 axe, and come cabages and William Bradley, Jr. declares that he has 2 Rye Stacks, 1 pair of knee buckles, shoe hammer. Elizabeth Bradley proved to the court that 94.40 of the property belonged, court orders Mrs. Bradley to be paid and that judgement be granted the pltf

P284 - Thomas Large bound in recognizance to be of good behavior particularly Austin Bush for 3 months

P284 - Court, January 6, 1804 at Russell Courthouse for the examination of Barnett Bolin charged with feloniously stealing and taking away 1 horse the property of William Tabor. Present: John Tate, James Dickenson, John M. Estill, Thomas Dickenson & Benjamin Estill

P284 - Prisoner araigned, def pleads not guilty, court finds that he should be tried at the next District Court and remanded to jail

P285 - Court, January 24, 1804. Present: John Tate, Samuel EWing, Harry SMith & Thomas Dickenson

P285 - John Vickers bound in recognizance, to be of good behavior particularly towards Thomas Long for 12 months

P285 - Indenture from William Tate to Zachariah Fugate, recorded

P285 - Jesse Francis bound in recognizance, to be of good behavior for 12 months

P285 - Henly Fugate vs Isaac Fleetwood, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P285 - Richard Crunk vs David Hogan, debt, ordered that the execution issued on the judgement obtained in this cause be quashed for irregularity it having issued against the appearance bail

P285 - Colebird Fugate vs John Reeves, attachment, continued

P286 - Supplemental inventory & appraisement of the estate of William Tate, decd, recorded

p286 - Present: John Hamon. Absent: Samuel Ewing

P286 - Samuel Ewing or Andre Hebourn vs Jacob Honaker, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P286 - Present: Samuel Ewing. Absent: Harry Smith

P286 - Harry Smith, adm of H. Smith, decd vs Israel Keen & James Robinson, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P286 - Court, February 28, 1804. Present: John Tate, John Smith, James Davison, Harry SMith, Samuel Ewing, John Fugit, nevil Wayland & John Montgomery

P286 - Indenture from John Davis & Catherine to Bean Smallwood, recorded

P286 - Indenture from Francis Price & wife to Thomas JOhnson, recorded

P287 - Indenture from James Jaylor & Milley, Joseph Taylor, James Lemarr & Mary to Francis Price, oaths of Nathan Ellington, Daniel price & Nelson White, recorded

P287 - Indenture from Samuel Haddox to Isaac Baker, oath of John Fugit, continued for further proof

P287 - Indenture from James Davison, & wife to Timothy Penoton, recorded

P287 - Indenture from Samuel Ewing, atty to Thomas Sherman, recorded

P287 - Sale bill on the estate William Tate, decd, recorded

P287 - Patrick McDavid vs Alexander Dunlop, etal, chancery, answer filed by def Dunlop

P287 - Will of John Carter, decd, proven by the deposition of William Nash, Jr., recorded. Motion of Dale Carter, exec. Securities: John Montgomery & Nevil Wayland,

P287 - Indenture from Thomas Johnson & Susanna to Jonathan Davis, oaths of Nathan Ellington, James P. Carrell & Asher Crockett, recorded

P287 - Elizabeth McCormick, step daughter of Joseph Johnson, decd, bound by the overseers of the poor

P288 - Inventory & appraisement of the estate of John Crank, decd, recorded

P288 - Indenture from Samuel Ewing, atty to John Burch, recorded

P288 - Indenture from Jacob Burch to William Pritchett, recorded

P288 - Indenture from Jesse Belsher & Elizabeth to Daniel (Dance) Brown, recorded

P288 - Will of Joseph Casteel, decd, proven by oaths of John McClellan & Josiah McClellan, Motion of John McClellan & Margaret Castle, exec. Securities: Spencer Ball & James Osborne

P288 - Court, February 28, 1804 for the examination of John Vickers for feloniously stealing a sorrel horse the property of George Gobble. Present:

John Tate, John Smith, Samuel Ewing, James Davison, John M. Estill, Harry Smith, John Fuget, Nevil Wayland & John Montgomery

P289 - prisoner being arraigned, def pleads not guilty, to be tried for the offence at the next court held in Abingdon, remanded to jail

P289 - Capt. Samuel Walker, Susanna Walker, Henry Harman, John Taylor, for 1 day as witnesses for the commonwealth & for travelling 54 miles both ways, also pay Abner Hobbs for 1 day as witness and for travelling 10 miles

P289 - Court, February 29, 1804. Present: John Tate, Harry Smith, James McFarlane, Nevil Wayland, & John Montgomery

P289 - Gabe, a negro man belonging to Benjamin South be exempted from paying levies & poor rates and taxes on account of age & bodily infirmities

P289 - Joshua Penly exempted from paying levy & poor rates & taxes on account of age & infirmities

P289 - Andrew Hebourn, Patrick Kindrick & Joseph Smith, commission of the peace

P289 - Certificate of qualification of Andrew Hebourn as a comm of the revenue, recorded

P290 - Court held for the examination of Easter Conley charged with feloniously stealing cotton the property of Ambrose Hammons. Present: John Tate, Samuel Ewing, James McFarlane, Harry Smith, Nevil Wayland.

P290 - John Montgomery, Andrew Hebourn, Patrick Kindrick & Joseph Smith

P290 - Prisoner being arraigned, witnesses interviewed, def found not guilty, acquitted

P290 - John Holubrook, Mary Holubrook, Ambrose Hammons, Catherine Hammons, & Thomas Large be paid for 2 days as witnesses, also pay Thomas Francis, Nancy Hall, David Conley, Margaret Conley & Susanna Conley be paid for 1 day as witness. Also pay William Bowlen be paid for 1 day as witness for the def.

P290 - Will of James Dyer, decd, proven by oaths of John Collier & Moses Fugit, recorded

P290 - Asher Crockett, bound in recognizance with Henry Dickenson & Alexander Dunlop, securities. Asher Crockett be further bound with the following securities: Alexander Dunlop & Alexander Montgomery

P290 - Absent: Harry Smith

P290 - William Davis bound in recognizance bond, continued until April court

P291 - Joseph Smith etux vs Harry Smith etal, chancery, cause dismissed

P291 - John Breckenridge vs Robert Duff, chancery, dismissed

P291 - Present: Harry Smith

P291 - Paul Vickers & James Vickers bound in recognizance bond

P291 - Colebird Fugate vs John Reeves, attachment, Alexander Montgomery undertakes for the def, parties to take depositions of Moses Damron in Floyd Co, KY

P292 - Court, March 27, 1804. Present: John Tate, John Smith, James McFarlane & James Dickenson

P292 - Indenture from John Breeding & Silvy to Richard Thompson, oaths of John Counts, Augustine Berry & Robert Webb, recorded

P292 - Indenture from Richard Thompson to Elijah Lang, recorded

P292 - Reuben Jones surveyor of the road in place of John Carter and that Nevil Wayland furnish him a list of tithables

P292 - John Carter surveyor of the road in place of Benjamin Pendleton and that Nevil Wayland furnish him a list of tithables

P292 - Indenture from David Grace & Elizabeth to Timothy Sexton, recorded

P292 - Indenture from Bennet Wellman & Mary to Berry Evans, recorded

P292 - Power of atty from William Williams & Rachel to George McCoy, certified by John Millege, governor, commander in chief of the army, navy of the state of Georgia, recorded

P293 - Indenture from George McCoy, atty for William Williams & Rachel to John Holbrooks, recorded

P293 - Indenture from Samuel Williams & Elizabeth to Ephraim Sargent, recorded

P293 - Indenture from Hiram Kilgore to John Casteel, oaths of Samuel Strong, Margaret Casteel & Samuel Casteel, recorded.

P293 - Thomas Bruce, Bennet Wellman, Augustine Berry, & Levi Pedigo to view a road round Abraham Crumptons fence of the distance of about 400 yards

P293 - Indenture from James Jackson & Elizabeth to Neal Sutherland, oaths of Henry Dickenson & Griffeth Dickenson, continued for proof

P293 - 2 Indentures from William Webb & Mary to Joseph Webb, John Webb & Harry Webb and the other to Richard Webb and William Webb, oaths of George Kindrick & Elijah Webb, continued for further proof

P293 - Indenture from William Webb & mary to Elijah Webb, oath of George Kindrick, continued for further proof

P293 - John Horton vs John Deskins, forthcoming bond, judgement granted the pltf

P294 - Indenture form Samuel Haddox to Isaac Baker & Molley, oaths of David Fannin & Andrew McHenry, recorded

P294 - Absent: James Dickenson & James McFarlane. Present: George Kindrick & David Fannin

P294 - Motion of Wiley Dyer, together with John Holbrooks & Littleberry Robinson, securities. Granted adm on the estate of James Dyer, decd, with will annexed

P294 - John Buster, Spencer Ball, William Wells & Henry Wood, to appraise the personal estate and slaves of Joseph Casteel, decd

P294 - John Cooksey, John Holubrook, George McCoy & Berry Robinson to appraise the personal estate and slaves of James Dyer, decd

P294 - Power of atty from Robert Troup, John Watts & Nicholas Gouverneur to Francis Preston, certified by Edward Livingston, mayor of the City of New York, recorded

P294 - Power of atty from Francis Preston, atty in fact for Robert Troup, John Watts & Nicholas Gouvernor to Samuel Ewing, recorded

P294 - Overseers of the poor bind Henry Hinds, mary Hinds, Matilda Jackson & Margaret Jackson

P295 - Daniel Johnson, Daniel Horton, George Steele & David Fannin to view a turn in the road as proposed by Abednigo White,

P295 - Henry Dickenson vs Godfrey Isaacks, attachment, sheriff summoned John Williams as garnishee. States that he is in debt to def. Judgement granted the pltf

P295 - Commonwealth vs Joseph Smith, def appeared in court in discharge of his recognizance bond

P295 - John Stinson named in the commission of peace

P295 - Indenture from Joseph Blackemore & Fanny to John Alley, certified by the clerk of Lee Co., recorded

P295 - Present: Samuel Ritchie

P296 - Court, March 28, 1804. Present: Samuel Ritchie, Harry Smith, George Kindrick, Thomas Dickenson & John Hamon

P296 - Absent: Samuel Ritchie.

P296 - Samuel Ritchie, assignee vs anjer Price, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P296 - Present: Samuel Ritchie

P296 - William Crawford vs William Moore, petition & summons, dismissed at defs cost

P296 - Trustees of Dickensonville vs Fagan & Friley, petiton & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P296 - Trustees of Dickensonville vs Fagan & Friley, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P296 - Nancy Mahon vs Robert Trimble & John Campbell, chancery, Trimble did not appear as he is not a resident of Virginia. If Trimble does not enter his appearance and file answer to the pltfs bill on or before the September term, the bill will be taken as confessed. Ordered that the summons be published 2 months in the Virginia Gazette and the front door of the Courthouse

P297 - Present: John Tate

P297 - Thomas Goff vs John Woodson, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P297 - James Larkey vs Champ Faris, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P297 - James Larkey vs William Gillum, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P297 - Samuel Ewing vs John Woodson, petition & summons, continued

P297 - James Larkey, assignee vs John Wood, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P298 - James Larky vs Joseph Spradling, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P298 - Nathan Ellington petition for viewing a millseat, granted permission, recorded

P298 - Patrick Mcdavid vs William Huston, injunction, Motion of def to dissolve injunction, ordered dissolved

P298 - Henry Edmondson, assignee of Robert King vs Christopher Olinger, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P299 - Court, April 3, 1804 held at Russell Courthouse for the examination of Joseph Smith for willful and maliciously and of purpose stabbing of Harry Smith. Present: John Tate, James Dickenson, James McFarlane, George Kindrick, DAvid Fannin, John Hamon, John Stinson & Patrick Kindrick

P299 - Prisoner being arraigned, prisoner found not guilty

P299 - Andrew McMullin & Joshua Morrison for 1 day as witness and travelling 45 miles both ways

P299 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, April 24, 1804. Present: John Tate, John Smith, David Fannin, Geroge Kindrick, John Fugit, Nevil Wayland, Andrew Hebourn, John Montgomery, William nash & Joseph Smith

P299 - Will of Adam McConnel, decd, oaths of Samuel Ewing & Solomon Litton, recorded

P299 - Present: Samuel Ewing

P299 - Reuben Jones vs Matthew Moss, attachment, Elizabeth Carter undertakes for the def

P300 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, April 24, 1804. Present: John Tate, Harry Smith, George Kindrick & William Nash

P300 - James Larky, assignee vs Abraham Childers, debt, James Davison, undertakes for the def

P300 - Grand Jury: Francis Browning, foreman, James Gibson, Laurence Vanhook, John Coile, John Wood, John Salliers, Joseph Culbertson, Joseph Carter, Benjamin South, Francis Price, Henry Fuller, Charles Carrell, Abraham Fuller, Jacob Castle, Austin Bush, john Horton & Nathan Hobbs

P300 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from Stantons Creek to the ford of Clinch for not keeping the road in repair, information of Joseph Culbertson & Joseph Carter. Against the surveyor of the road from the ford of Clinch to the top of the Copper Ridge for not keeping the road in repair, inforamtion of Joseph Culbertson & Joseph Carter. Against the surveyor of the road from the Glade Hollow to the New Garden for not keeping the same in repair, information of Henry Fuller & Benjamin South. Against the surveyor of the road from bht Big Spring in Copper Creek to William Moores for not keeping the road in repair, information of Jacob Castle & John Sallier

P301 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from the top of Clinch Mountain to the main road running by Charles Carrells for not keeping the road in repair, information of Nathan Hobbs & Charles Carrell. Against the surveyor of the road from the courthouse to the head of Copper Creek for not keeping the same in repair, information John Coil & James Gibson

P301 - John Ferral vs Richard Price, case, John M. Estill undertakes for the def

P301 - Moore, Bowden & Co. vs Alexander Dunlop, debt, William Moore & Asher Crockett undertake for the def

P301 - Samuel Duff, etal vs John Horton & John Horton, Jr., forthcoming bond,

judgement granted the pltf

P301 - Present: John Fugit

P302 - Briant Smithson vs Robert Casteel, attachment, dismissed

p302 - Samuel Ritchie assignee of Robert Duff vs James Osborne, debt, judgement granted the pltf

P302 - John Brown vs Moses Damron, attachment, Moses Fugit, constable summoned George McCoy as garnishee. Judgement granted the pltf

P302 - George Barjay vs Moses Damron, attachment, Moses Fugit, constable summoned George McCoy as garnishee, Judgement granted the pltf

P303 - John Vanpelt vs James Sargent, debt, Richard Price undertakes for the def

P303 - Abraham Childris vs David Hanks, attachment, continued

P303 - Motion of Henry Long exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of age & bodily infirmities

P303 - Daniel Dickenson vs Patrick Mcdavid, debt, Judgement granted the pltf

P303 - Andrew Spradling pay Robert Lawson for 1 day as witness for him vs James Davison, assignee

P303 - Motion of Andrew Spradling, injunction granted him to stay all proceedings on a judgement obtained against him by William Tate

P303 - Harry smith bound in recognizance, appeared accordingly

P304 - Joseph Tate vs Godfrey Isaacks, attachment, sheriff summoned John Williams as Garnishee, called 3 times & did not show. Summoned to appear in next court

P304 - Harry Smith entered into recognizance with Richard Price & Jacob raresnake, securities to be of good behavior towards Joseph Smith for 6 months

P304 - William Davis bound in recognizance, appeared accordingly, discharged

P304 - William Davis pay Robert Pippin, William Necessary, Jane Bartram, Henry Goodman, John Bartram, Stephen Bartram be paid for 4 days as witness for him vs the commonwealth

P304 - Robert Large be paid for 4 days as witness for Commonwealth vs William Davis

P304 - Henry Fuller vs William Moore, debt, judgement granted the pltf

P305 - Robert Tate pay John Wells & John White for 2 days as witnesses for him vs the Commonwealth

P305 - Samuel Haddox pay Samuel Cornet for 1 day as witness for him vs Thomas Marshall & others

P305 - Thomas Hunt vs John Candler, debt, Richard Price undertakes for the def

P305 - Phillip Sword pay Andrew Seabolt for 2 days as witness for him vs Joseph Cox

P305 - Joseph Cox pay Edmund Browning & Andrew Wallis for 5 days as witness for him vs Phillip Sword, also pay James Bays for 1 day for him vs Phillip Sword

P305 - William Fugate pay James Abbott for 1 day as witness for him vs Robert Tate

P305 - William Robinson pay James Waldrup & Robert Gillespie for 1 day as witness for him vs James Turner

P306 - Court, May 22, 1804. Present: JOhn Tate, Samuel Robinson, John Fugit & John Hamon

P306 - Indenture from Samuel Ewing to Fleming Burk, recorded

P306 - Present: Samuel EWing

P306 - Indenture from Timothy Pendleton to Jacob Peeters, oaths of Jacob Teaters, John Gilliam & David Gilliam, recorded

p306 - Indenture from Joseph Long & Catherine to John Henry, recorded

P306 - Indenture from Richard Price & Lucy to Samuel Ewing,, recorded

P306 - Indenture from Claiborne Hicks & Elizabeth to Seth Colwell, recorded

P306 - Indenture from James Watson & Francis to William Crawford, oaths of William Watson & James Ritchie, continued for further proof

P306 - Indenture from James Watson to William Watson, oaths of William Crawford & James Ritchie, continued for further proof

P307 - Indenture from James Watson & Francis to James Ritchie, oaths of William Watson & William Crawford, continued for further proof

P307 - Absent: Samuel Ewing

P307 - Application of Samuel Ewing, ordered that Daniel Price, Oliver Hughes, Francis Price & Drury Wood to mark a road from where Taylors path leaves the main road that leads from the Courthouse to Mockerson and down the right hand ridge to Carrs Creek

P307 - Present: Samuel Ewing

P307 - James Smith, assignee of Levi Pedego vs Jacob Hall, petition & summons

Judgement granted the pltf

P307 - George Grizzle, assignee of William Barry vs Asher Crockett, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P307 - Indenture from William Crumwell & Annas to Abraham Fuller, oaths of James McFarlane, William Robinson & Charles Crumwell, recorded

P307 - Indenture from Nicholas Honaker & Anne to William Robinson, recorded

P308 - Patrick McDavid vs Richard Price, etal, chancery, parties to take depositions

P308 - John Tate & Samuel Ewing appointed commissioners to meet with the commissioners of Lee County and to attend with the surveyor of this county and superintend the dividing line between this county and Lee

P308 - John Williams be surveyor of the road from John Woods to William Baldridge and Samuel Tate from William Baldridges to the mouth of Carrs Creek and that John Tate, Samuel Ewing & JOnathan Wood furnish them with a list of

tithables

P308 - Joseph Tate vs Godfrey Isaacks, attachment, John Williams, garnishee, summoned. Judgement granted the pltf

P308 - Abraham Childris vs David Hanks, attachment, sheriff attached 110 bushels of corn, 6 bushels of thresh oats and 10 dozen of sheaf oats the property of the def. Judgement granted the pltf

P309 - Absent; John Tate

P309 - Court of Quarterly Session, June 26, 1804. Present: Harry Smith, John Fugit, John McClellan & Nevil Wayland

P309 - Indenture from Joseph Witeley & Sarah to Thomas Whiteley, recorded

P309 - Solomon Grizzle be exempt from paying levies & poor rates on account of his infirmities

P309 - Indentures from John Alley, William Cox, recorded

P309 - James McFarlane vs Richard Price, case, dismissed at the defs cost

P309 - Motion of William Glenn, to view a mill seat for the erection of a water gristmill & dam

P310 - Indenture from Isaac Baker & Molley to Joseph Whiteley, certified by David Shelley, clerk of Sumner Co., TN, recorded

P310 - Robert Mitchell vs William Cocke, chancery, judgement granted the pltf to take depositions of John Carter & Nathan Ellington

P310 - Wilson Vermillion, foreman, Richard Jackson, Austin Bush, John Marshall, Stephen Gose, Jacob Robinson, Robert Mitchell, Joseph Culbertson, Joseph Tate, Samuel Robinson, Jr., Joseph Kisor, Andrew Martin, George Belsher, Claiborne Hicks, John Coile, Harry Campbell, Abraham Auxer, William Robinson, William Smith, Silliam Foster & Alexander McFarlane, grand jury of inquest

P310 - Presentment against surveyor of the road from Stony Creek to Stantons Creek for not keeping the road in repair, information of Joseph Culbertson & Robert Mitchell

P310 - Against the suveyor of the road from Stantons Creek to the ford of Clinch for not keeping the road in repair, information of Joseph Culbertson & Robert Mitchell

P310 - Against the surveyor of the road from the ford of Clinch River to the top of Copper Ridge for not keeping the road in repair, information of Joseph Culbertson & Robert Mitchell, farmers

P310 - Against the surveyor of the road from the top of Copper Ridge to Russell Courthouse for not keeping the road in repair, information of Joseph Culbertson & Robert Mitchell

P311 - Against the surveyor of the road from the Big Spring down Copper Creek to the Courthouse for not keeping the road in repair, information of William Foster & William Robinson

P311 - Against the suveyor of the road from the ford of Clinch at Thomas Dickensons to where it intersects with the other road for not keeping the road in repair, information of Austin Bush & Jacob Robinson, farmers

P311 - Against the surveyor of the french road from the top of Copper Ridge to the Courthouse for not keeping the road in repair, information of Austin Bush & John Marshall, farmers

P311 - Samuel Haddox vs Henry St. JOhn Dixon, chancery, 1 month allowed parties to take depositions.

P311 - Samuel Porter vs Matthias Kimple, attachment, constable attached a negro woman the property of the def. Judgement granted the pltf

P311 - Only Samuel Kirk be allowed to mark with a smooth crop in the left ear and a slit in the right and branding with SK

P311 - Only Joseph Whiteley be allowed to mark a light crop in the left ear, two slits in the right ear not extending to the top and the top cut off the middle piece not quite a slow as the slits

P312 - William Patton produced license permitting him to sale as hawker or pedlar, recorded

P312 - Henry Honaker, assignee vs john Gaugh, debt, appearance bail of the def, discharged

P312 - John Stinson assigned to furnish Stephen Fulton with a list of tithables

P312 - Overseers of the poor bind out William Hill and Jane Miller

P312 - Alexander Dunlop vs Benjamin Harris, case, Joseph Carter undertakes for the def

P312 - William Gilmore commission of the peace, took oath

P312 - Commonwealth vs Robert Tate, presentment,

P312 - Robert Tate pay John White for 1 day as witness for him vs Commonwealth

P313 - Commonwealth vs Benjamin Harris, presentment, Motion of the Commonwealth atty for not keeping the road in repair, Judgement granted the commonwealth

P313 - Commonwealth vs Thomas & James Friley, indictment, def. pleads not guilty. Jury: Joseph Carter, Robert Vickers, Jacob Castle, William Cocke, Jonathan Job, Isaac Cooksey, Henry Fuller, William Wharton, Joseph Damron, John Counts, Ambrose Hamon & Thompson Mobley, def. found guilty. Judgement granted the pltf

P313 - Inventory & appraisement of the estate of James Dyer, decd., recorded

P313 - Commonwealth vs William Moore, presentment for not keeping road in repair, def fined and to pay costs of prosecution

P314 - Commonwealth vs John Montgomery, presentment, dismissed

P314 - Samuel Ritchie, assignee vs John Hargis, petition & summons, appearance for def

P314 - Robert Mitchel vs William Cocke & Henry Hamblin, chancery, answer filed by def Cocke

P314 - Commonwealth vs William Riggs, presentment, dismissed

P314 - Commonwealth vs Harry Smith, indictment, alias summons awarded against the def

P314 - Joshua Morrisson, Andrew McMullin and William Horton be paid for 1 day as witness for the commonwealth vs Harry Smith

P314 - Commonwealth vs Andrew Bush, indictment, def pleads not guilty, deferred until next court

P314 - George Hoke vs Thomas Hunt, case, dismissed at pltf costs

P314 - Present: John Tate

P314 - John Tate vs Isaac Collins, case, Judgement granted the pltf

P315 - Thomas Davis surveyor of the road in place of Henly Haddox and that John Tate furnish a list of tithables

P315 - Harry Smith, adm. of H. Smith, decd, vs Isarael Keen, case, plea filed

P315 - Instrument of writing from John Green to Michael Wright, oaths of James McFarlane, continued for further proof

P315 - Abraham Crabtree vs John Buster & others, chancery, consent of the parties, ordered that the surveyor go upon the lands in controversy and survey and lay out and return two fair plats

P315 - Henry Honaker, assignee vs JOhn Gough, debt, dismissed at def cost

P315 - Indenture from John Gough & Mary to Henry Honaker, certified to the court of Wythe Co., in which county the land lies

P315 - Overseers of the poor bind out Joseph & John Lumpkins

P315 - Present: John Tate & Andrew Heburn

P316 - Andrew Smith vs John Brumley, two suits, dismissed

P316 - Absent: Samuel Ritchie

P316 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, June 27, 1804. Present: John Tate, Samuel Robinson, Samuel Ewing & Harry Smith

P316 - William Robinson vs James Turner, case, abates by pltf death

P316 - Indenture from Jeremiah Patrick, Jr. to Abednigo White, recorded

P316 - Present: John McClellan. Absent: Samuel Robinson

P316 - William Robinson by Samuel Robinson, his father and next friend vs Revel Preecs, case, Jury: Joseph Cox, John Vanpelt, Francis Browning, Alexander McFarlane, Sr., James Bays, Oliver Hughes, John Candler, Robert Gillespie, Thomas Hunt, Alexander McFarlane, Jr., Samuel Ewing, Jr. & Richard Crunk. Judgement granted the pltf

P317 - William Fugate vs Robert Tate, case, dismissed at defs cost

P317 - John Ditty vs Christopher Olinger, debt, Thomas Hunt undertakes of the def

P317 - Indenture from Thomas Hunt, atty for Isaac Lennard to Michael Sivor, recorded

P317 - Certificate of qualification from James Dickenson, Lt in a Co. of Grenadiers in the 2nd batallion, 72nd Regiment, reocrded

P317 - James Rogers vs James Brown, debt, Motion of the def by atty, that the pltf is not an inhabitant of Virginia. Ordered that the pltf give security for prosecution. Security: Andrew McHenry. Jury: Joseph Cox, John Vanpelt, Francis Browning, Alexander McFarlane, Sr., James Bays, Oliver Hughes, John Candler, Robert Gillespie, Thomas Hunt, Alexander McFarlane, Jr., Samuel Ewing, Jr. & Richard Crunk, judgement granted the pltf

P318 - John Woodson vs Benjamin Harris, case, dismissed

P318 - Richard Price vs George McCoy, case, def yb Henry St. John Dixon, atty, Jury: Israel Keen, Edmund Browning, William Robinson, Jr., Christopher Olinger, William Romine, William Robinson, Sr., Jeremiah Patrick, Andrew Wallis, John Woodson, Austin Bush, James Flannery & William Fullen, judgement granted the pltf

P319 - Richard Price pay Francis Price for 3 days as witness for him vs George McCoy

P319 - Alexander Craig vs John Vickers, John Sutherland & Zachariah Salliers, trespass, assault & battery, Jury: Israel Keen, Edmund Browning, William Robinson, Jr., Christopher Olinger, William Romine, William Robinson, Sr., Jeremiah Patrick, Andrew Wallis, John Woodson, Austin Bush, James Flannery & William Fullen, judgement granted the pltf

P319 - Alexander Craig pay Charles Conley for 1 day as witness for him vs John Vickers and for travelling 48 miles both ways

P319 - Phillips Sword vs Joseph Cox, case, Jury: Nathan Hobbs, Harden Smith, Jonathan Davis, Charles Conley, Samuel Eston, James Russell, Housin Kinner, Stephen Gose, Claiborne McCormick, Hezekiah Hall, William Crank & William irvin. Judgement granted the def

P319 - Renel (Revel) Preecs pay Jeremiah Patrick for 1 day as witness for him vs William Robinson by Samuel Robinson his father and next friend

P319 - William Robinson pay Francis Browning for 4 days as witness for him vs Revel Preecs

P319 - Horton vs Horton, continued

P319 - Phillip Sword pay Andrew Seabolt for 1 day as witness for him vs Joseph Cox and for travelling 35 miles both ways

P319 - Joseph Cox pay James Bays, Edmund Browning & Andrew Wallis for 1 day as witness for him vs Phillip Sword

P320 - Phillip Sword pay Andrew Seabolt for 1 day as witness for him vs Joseph Cox and for travelling 35 miles both ways

P320 - Joseph Cox pay James Bays, Edmund Browning & Andrew Wallis for 1 day as witness for him vs Phillip Sword

P320 - Housin Kinner assignee vs William Irvin, debt, Charles Crumwell undertakes for the def. Jury: Thomas Long, Nelson White, John Hall, Colebird Fugate, John Reeves, Moses Dorton, Robert McCoy, Alexander McFarlane, William Glenn, William Romine, Francis Price & Samuel EWing, Jr. jUdgement granted the def

P321 - William Irvin pay Richard Price for 2 days as witness for him vs Housin Kinner

P321 - William Miller for the benefit of William Robinson vs Alexander McFarlane, Jr., debt, Jury: Richard Price, Richard Price, John Keen, Robert Gillespie, Henry Fuller, John Ferral, Joseph Cox, JOhn Woodson, Edmund Browning, Alexander Dunlop, Alexander Craig & Israel Keen. Judgement granted the pltf

P321 - William Miller for the benefit of William Robinson vs Alexander McFarlane, Jr., in the same suit. Alexander McFarlane, Sr. special bail for the def

P322 - James Morgan vs Austin Bush & Wife, case, affidavit of the def that Isaac Fleetwood & Sally Fleetwood are material witnesses and that they are about to leave the State. Def to take their depositions

P322 - Alexander Craig vs Thomas Long, covenant, appearance bail of the def surrendered

P322 - Court of Quarterly Session, June 28, 1804. Present: Samuel Robinson, Harry Smith, John Fugit & John McClellan

P322 - Thomas Hunt vs John Cander, debt, continued generally

P322 - Present: John Tate

P322 - Patrick McDavid vs Peter Stacy, Richard Price & Alexander Dunlop, case, on motion of Dunlop, leave is given him to amend his answer

P323 - Alexander Craig vs Thomas Long, covenant, James Richmond undertakes for the Def

P323 - Thomas McElwee for the benefit of Meeker, Denman & Co. vs William Wharton, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P323 - Samuel Ritchie assignee vs John Hargis, petition & summons, dismissed & judgement for the def costs

P323 - Larkin Howard surveyor of the road in place of Abner Vance and that Samuel Robinson furnish him a list of tithables

P323 - John Hackney surveyor of the road in place of Jeremiah Pickett and that William Gilmore furnish him a list of tithables

P323 - Absent: Harry Smith. Present: Samuel Ewing

P323 - Harry Smith, adm of H. Smith, decd vs Israel Keen, case, def granted leave to plead anew. Jury: Alexander McFarlane, Jr., Alexander McFarlane, Sr., Edmund Browning, Richard Price, Jr., William Robinson, John Candler, Anthony Hinton, William Romine, Richard Price, Jr., Samuel Duff, Enos Browning & Thomas Hunt. Judgement granted the def

P324 - Israel Keen pay Samuel Robinson, Thomas Hunt & John Keen for 2 days as witness for him vs Smiths Adm.

P324 - John Ferral vs Richard Price, covenant, continued till the next court

P324 - Champion Faris vs Samuel Davison & others, case, arbitrators returned decision that Samuel Davison keep the horse and that he pay the pltf 1/2 of the costs

P325 - James White for benefit of James Larkey vs Joseph Jones, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P325 - James Larkey assignee of James White vs James Osborne, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P325 - James Larkey vs Henry Miers, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P325 - Samuel Casteel & Jemima Casteel (being of full age) make choice of Margaret Casteel for their guardian. Securities: Zachariah Fugate & Nathan Ellington

P325 - Smiths adm vs Israel Keen, case, bill of exception signed & ordered to be made part of the record

P325 - James Larkey, assignee vs Abraham Childris, referred to next court

P326 - Motion of Margaret Casteel appointed guardian of Jenny Casteel

P326 - John Marshall surveyor of the road in place of James Osborne and that John Fugit furnish him a list of tithables

P326 - certified that Alexander McFarlane, pensioner is still living and that the cause of his being placed on the pension list still continues

P326 - Court, July 24, 1804. Present: John Tate, Samuel Ewing, Thomas Dickenson & Nevil Wayland.

P326 - Indenture from Abner Vance & Benjamin Williamson, oath of Martin Honaker, continued for further proof

P326 - Indenture from William Benham to William Cooper, recorded

P326 - Indenture from David Calhoun & Fereby to Jacob Raresnake, recorded

P327 - John Carter vs Littleberry Robinson, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P327 - Samuel EWing vs John Woodson, petition & summons, continued

p327 - Lucy Young vs P. McDavid, petition & summons, continued for def

P327 - Indenture from James Craig & Anne to William & James Gillespie, oaths of Richard Price & Nathan Ellington, continued for further proof

P327 - Indenture from William Sargent & Susanna to James Sargent, recorded

P327 - Indenture from Joseph Whiteley & Sarah to Thomas Whiteley, recorded

P327 - Colebird Fugate vs John Reeves, attachment, continued for the pltf

P327 - Indenture from William Robinson to David Robinson, recorded

P327 - Indenture from Jacob Waggoner & Jean to Harry Smith, recorded

P328 - John Fugit assigned to furnish John Marshall surveyor of a road with a list of tithables

P328 - John Woodson vs Asher Cockrett, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P328 - Colebird Fugate pay Mary Friley for 4 days as witness for him vs John Reeves, also pay John Fuget, Sr. for 5 days as witness for him vs John Reeves, also pay Charles Canada for 1 day as witness for him vs John Reeves

P328 - Samuel Hendricks resigned his office as constable

P328 - Gideon Morgan produced a license from Grayson Co. permitting him to offer for sale or barter goods, wares & Merchandise of foreign growth or manufacture as a hawker or pedlar, recorded

P328 - George Wise vs Thomas Roman, petition & summons, judgement is granted the pltf

P328 - George Wiser pay James Hogan & John Murphey for 1 day as witness for him vs Thomas Roman

P328 - Thomas Roman pay Robert Stinson for 1 day as witness for him vs George Wiser

P329 - Jacob Robinson vs Daniel Neel, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P329 - Jacob Robinson pay Abraham Childris & Harden Smith for 1 day as witness for him vs Daniel Neel

P329 - Order of the court to William Glenn for viewing a millseat. Permission to build a water grist mill at the place he proposed

P329 - James Gibson, Samuel Robinson & John Smith, commission of the peace, took office of Sheriff

P329 - John Fugit vs William Moore, case, def to take deposition of Richard Daniel of Washington Co., TN

P330 - Court, August 28, 1804. Present: John Tate, John Smith, James Dickenson, James McFarlane, John Fugit, John Harmon, John Montgomery, William Gilmore & Joseph Smith

P330 - Indenture from the Trustees of Dickensonville to Thomas Bundy, recorded

P330 - Indenture from Bean Smallwood & Elizabeth to Abednigo White, recorded

P330 - Indenture from james Crank & Eleanor to Nathan Ellington, recorded

P330 - Indenture from Thomas Pascal & nancy to John Hargis, recorded

P330 - Indenture from Champion Faris & Catherine to William Wells, recorded

P330 - 3 Indentures from Patrick Coil & Lucretia to James Chaffin, 1 to Jesse West and 1 to John Jesse, recorded

P330 - Mary Horton to Daniel Horton, oaths of Harry Smith, George Kendrick & Abednigo White, recorded

P331 - Indenture from John Horton & Issabel to Daniel Horton, oaths of Henry Smith, Abednigo White & George Kindrick, recorded

P331 - Indenture from Wiliam Cooper & Martha to James Faris, recorded

P331 - James Gibson, William Kilgore, William Stewart & John Carter to appraise the personal estate & slaves of John Carter, decd

P331 - Nevil Wayland assigned to furnish John Carter surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P331 - Giles Lee be exempted from paying levies & poor rates on account of age & bodily infirmities

P331 - Andrew Hebourn produced an account of his services as comm of the revenue for the upper district for 1804

P331 - Will of Thomas Price, decd, oaths of John Anderson & Aron Vanhook, Motion of John Price & Michael Elliott, exec, adm granted

P331 - Daniel Johnson, Daniel Horton & George Steel appointed to view a road in place of Abednigo White. Reports that they found it to be some small distance further which is to be opened by Abednigo and established

P332 - Samuel EWing, Andrew Hebourn & Joseph Vickers to view a road from John Brumley's house to the east end of his (Brumleys) plantation

P332 - 2 Indentures from Joel Cook & Aley to Abednigo White, recorded

p332 - Indenture from William Tabor & Nancy to William Walker, recorded

P332 - Indenture from Solomon Ward & Susanna to William McCormick, oath of Clayton Cook, recorded

P332 - William Wharton & William Osborne, petition & summons, continued

P332 - James Osborne vsSpencer Ball, attachment, constable attached 1 mare, horse and cow. Judgement granted the pltf

P333 - Samuel Haddox vs Henry Dixon, injunction in chancery, cause be continued, parties allowed 2 months to take depositions

P333 - John Tate & Jonathan Wood assigned to furnish John Williams surveyor of the road with a list of tithables. Also assigned to furnish Samuel Tate with a list of tithables

P333 - Thomas Whiteley resigned his position as constable, discharged

P333 - Court held at Russell Courthouse on August 28, 1804 for the examination of John Webster charged with committing the detestable and abominable vice of buggery. Present: John Tate, Samuel Ewing, John Smith, James Dickenson, James McFarlane, George Kindrick, John Montgomery, Andrew Hebourn & William Gilmore

P333 - Prisoner being arraigned, pleaded not guilty, witnesses being sworn & examined. Court finds prisoner not guilty.

P334 - Court of Quarterly Sessions, September 25, 1804. Present: Samuel Ritchie, James Dickenson, Harry Smith, George Kindrick & P. Kindrick

P334 - Power of atty from Norris Carter & Agness to Henry Carter, oaths of John Carter, Reuben Jones & Dale Carter, recorded

P334 - Indenture from Patrick Kindrick & Elizabeth to William Sample, recorded

P334 - John Berry surveyor of the road from Stony Creek to Stantons Creek in place of James Leath and that Nevil Wayland furnish a list of tithables

P334 - John Drake appearance bail for Peter Scaggs at the suit of William Romine

P334 - Motion of Nancy Dickenson & Nathan Ellington. Securities: Henry Dickenson & Stephen Gose, adm granted on the estate of Thomas Dickenson, decde

P334 - George Wiser surveyor of the road in place of John Stinsons to opposite Jeremiah Patrick, Jr. in place of William Patrick and that Harry Smith furnish him a list of tithables

P335 - William Romine vs Peter Scaggs, case, John Horton undertakes for the def

P335 - John Carter, foreman, Henry Campbell, Martin Honaker, Eli Smith, Daniel Horton, George Counts, John Whiteley, Austin Bush, William Cocke, Joseph Tate, John Coyle, William Welch, John Jessee, Jr., Shadrach Williams, John Brumley, William Foster & Alexander McFarlane

P335 - Presentment against the surveyor of the road from Anthony Hinton's in the Glade Hollow to the head of Smoots Hollow for not keeping the road in repair, information of Eli Smith & George Counts, farmers

P335 - Against James Turner for profane swearing at the lawyers bar this day, by information of John Carter & William Cocke, farmers

P335 - Against the surveyor of the road from Stony Creek to the fork of the road in the long hollow for not keeping the same in repair, information of John Carter & William Cocke, farmers

P335 - Henry rippy vs Charles Keezee, chancery, def to take depositions of Alexander McFarlane, Sr. & Alexander McFarlane, Jr. who are about to remove from this state

P336 - Commonwealth vs John Davis,

P336 - Absent: Harry Smith. Present: John Fugate

P336 - Commonwealth vs Thomas Dickenson, presentment, abates by defs death

P336 - Commonwealth vs James Leath, presentment, dismissed

P336 - John Duncan (being of age) made choice of Joseph Culbertson for his guardian. Securities: Jonathan Wood & John Berry

P336 - Commonwealth vs Harry Smith, indictment, def by Andrew McHenry, atty, def pleads not guilty. Jury: Joseph Culbertson, Charles Keezee, Thomas Dawson, John Candler, Charles Carrell, Richard Price, James Gary, John Counts, Richard Davis, John Vanpelt, Joseph shoemaker & Berry Robinson. Def found guilty

P336 - Samuel Ritchie assignee vs Richard Thompson & Joseph Ray, forthcoming bond - notice proven, judgement granted the pltf

P337 - William Horton be paid for 1 day as witness for him vs Harry Smith and that Andrew McMullin be paid for 1 days as witness for the commonwealth vs Smith and for travelling 42 miles both ways

P337 - John Gibson vs Thomas & William Welches, petition & summons, Judgement granted the pltf

P337 - William Wharton pay John Marshall for 2 days as witness for him vs William Osborne

P337 - Francis Smith appointed atty for the commonwealth in place of Daniel Sheffey who resigned

P337 - Francis Price, assignee vs Patrick Mcdavid & Robert Vickers, debt, Stephen Ogdon undertakes for the def

P337 - Colebird Fugate vs Alexander McFarlane, Alexander McFarlane & Richard Price, notice confessed & continued till tomorrow

P338 - Court of Quarterly Sessions September 26, 1804. Present: John M. Estill, Harry Smith, George Kindrick, Jonathan Wood & Joseph Smith.

P338 - Application of John Horton, summons issued against William Romine to show cause why charges should not be brought against him for stealing a hog the property of John Horton

P338 - Commonwealth vs Austin Bush, indictment, def pleads not guilty, deferred to the next court

P338 - Commonwealth vs John Montgomery, presentment, continued

P338 - Jonathan Wood produced account of services as comm of revenue

P338 - Commonwealth vs Jacob Castle, presentment, dismissed

P338 - Isaac Richmond vs William Moore, debt, plea filed

P338 - Thomas Long vs John Woodson, case, reinstanted to the rule dockett

P339 - John Horton vs Daniel Horton, continued

P339 - William Benham vs James Osborne, continued

P339 - George Colley vs William Bradley, continued

P339 - Commonwealth vs Benjamin Harris, presentment, def fined for not not keeping the road in repair as surveyor, also pay costs of suit

P339 - John Marshall be paid for 1 day as witness for the commonwealth vs Benjamin Harris

P339 - Commonwealth vs Harry Smith, indictment, def filed an errors in arrest of the judgement. Court states errors are sufficient. Judgement granted the def against Joseph Smith, Prosecutor

P339 - Indenture from William Tate & Mary to Zachariah Fugate, recorded

P339 - Reuben Jones vs Matthew Moss, attachment, judgement granted pltf

P340 - John Vanpelt vs James Sargent, debt, judgement set aside

P340 - Reuben Jones vs Matthew Moss, attachment, def to take deposition of John Howard of Knox Co., KY

P340 - Harry Smith adm of H. Smith, decd vs John Horton, debt, judgement granted the pltf

P340 - John Terral vs Richard Price, covenant continued at the cost of the def

P340 - John Fugit vs William Moore, case, continued at the cost of the def

P340 - John Fugit pay William Wharton & Thomas Large for 1 day as witness for him vs William Moore

P341 - William Williams vs Littleberry Robinson, debt, judgement granted the pltf

P341 - David Marshall vs Samuel Haddox & others, debt, continued

P341 - Present: John Smyth

P341 - James Larkey, assignee vs Abraham Childers, debt

P341 - Indenture from Thomas Long to Spencer Spears, recorded

P341 - Indenture from James Tate to Thomas Long, oaths of James P. Carrell, Joseph Johnson & Samuel Cornet, recorded

P342 - William Howerton, William Cody, David Thompson & James Osborne to view a turn in the road proposed by Samuel Cornet round his fence

P342 - Colebird Fugate vs John Reeves, attachment, attachment dismissed, judgement granted the def

P342 - Sheriff or Jailor put William Glenn & ? Mills in the common jail for making a noise and other misbehaviour and there to remain for 1 hour

P342 - Colebird Fugate pay Samuel Cornet & Polly Friley for 2 days as witness for him vs John Reeves, also pay Benjamin Bolen for 6 days as witness for him vs Reeves, also pay Thomas Donohoe for 5 days as witness for him vs Reeves

P342 - Charles Bickley, Samuel Porter, Littleberry Robinson & Stephen Gose to appraise the slaves & personal estate of Thomas Dickenson, decd

P342 - Sheriff put William Glenn in the common jail for misbehaviour after he was released and to remain until 6 o'clock tomorrow morning

P343 - Henry Reynolds pay Joshua Martin for 1 day as witness for him vs Price

P343 - Moore, Bowden & Co. vs Alexander Dunlop, debt,

P343 - John Ditty vs Christopher Olinger, debt

P343 - Colebird Fugate vs Alexander McFarlane, etal, motion, dismissed

P343 - Colebird Fugate released all claim that he has against Richard Price, Alexander McFarlane, Sr. & Alexander McFarlane, Jr. on a bond for the collection of the county levy for 1797 & 1798

P343 - Present: John Tate

P343 - Henry Rippy vs Charles Keezee & Thomas Dawson, chancery, pltf to take deposition of Alexander McFarlane, Sr. who is about to leave the state

P343 - Henry Dickenson surveyor of the road from the top of copper ridge to the top of Mockerson ridge in place of Benjamin Harris and that John Tate furnish him a list of tithables

P344 - Thomas Alley Sr. surveyor of the road in place of John Montgomery and Samuel Ritchie furnish him a list of tithables

P344 - George Reeves vs William Irvin, debt, Richard Price undertakes for the def

P344 - Francis Fugate surveyor of the road in place of Samuel Tate and that the tithables on the list of Samuel Tate be appointed to work under Francis Fugate

P344 - John Candler pay William Robinson for 2 days as witness for him vs Thomas Hunt, also pay George Kindrick, Charles Browning, Enoch Wright & Travis Horton for 1 day as witnesses for him vs Thomas Hunt

P344 - Henry Runnels pay James Smith, Oliver Hughes, Joseph Grammer & William James, Jr. for 1 day as witness for him vs Richard Price

P344 - William Glenn who is in jail for misbehaviour be set at liberty

P345 - Court, October 23, 1804. Present: Samuel Ritchie, George Kindrick, David Fannin & William Nash

P345 - Indenture from Thomas Pascall & Nancy to John Hargis, recorded

P345 - Indenture from Thomas Long to Hardy Lilly, oaths of Peter Countis, Henry Counts & Thomas Stapleton, recorded

P345 - Indenture from Joseph Whiteley & Frances to Thomas Easterling, recorded

P345 - 3 Indentures from Timothy Burges & Martha to Henry Campbell, 1 to William Perry and 1 to William Wright, recorded

P345 - Indenture from John Richmond & Nancy to Samuel Helton, recorded

P345 - Indenture from Timothy Burges & Martha to Thomas Dawson, recorded

P345 - 2 Indentures from James Lang, 1 to Robert Sykes and 1 to Richard Thompson, recorded

P346 - Indenture from Samuel Ewing atty for Richard Smith of London to John Richmond, recorded

P346 - Overseers of the poor bind Mary Cannaday, an infant, orphan of Elizabeth Cannady, decd to John Holbrook

P346 - Francis Davis bound in recognizance for his good behavior particularly towards Abednigo White

P346 - 3 Indentures from Samuel Ewing atty for Hugh & Charles McClung to Daniel Price, 1 to Henry Pippin and 1 to Robert Pippin, Jr., recorded

P346 - Indenture from Samuel Ewing atty from Richard Smith of London to Thomas Nash, recorded

P346 - Indenture from Samuel Ewing to Richard Fields, recorded

P346 - 2 Indentures from Timothy Burges & martha to William Gilmore, recorded

P347 - Indenture from John Whiteley & margaret to Enoch Moore, recorded

P347 - 2 Indentures from William Smith, 1 to William Gilmore, 1 to John Hicks, recorded

P347 - Samuel Ewing vs John Woodson, petition & summons, judgement granted the pltf

P347 - Examination of Mrs. Smallwood was produced and ordered to be recorded with the deed

P347 - Zachariah Fugate & Aaron Hendricks produced lists of delinquents & insolvents of property & lands

P347 - 3 Indentures from Thomas Whiteley & Winifred, 1 to Reuben & Thomas Marshall, 1 to Thomas Kilgore and 1 to Thomas Gibson, recorded

P347 - Bill of Sale from Francis David to George Kindrick, recorded

P347 - Present: John Tate

P347 - JOhn Sikes resigned as constable and recommended George Pucket, appointed

P348 - Indenture from James Day & Mary & Nancy Dowell to George Finney, recorded

P348 - Indenture from Littleberry Robinson & Polly to William & Wiley Dyer, recorded

P348 - William Davis vs Alexander Dunlop, case, John Woodson undertakes for the def

P348 - John Bartram by Stephen Bartram vs Alexander Dunlop, case, John Woodson undertakes for the def

P348 - Indenture from David Calhoun & Fereby to Littleberry Robinson, recorded

P348 - 2 Indentures from Executors of John Crank, decd to Alexander Dunlop, oaths of Henry Dickenson & Calvin Neel, continued for further proof

P348 - James Kitchen, Jr. surveyor of the road in place of William Riggs and that Samuel Ritchie furnish him a list of tithables

P349 - Andrew Heburn, commissioner of the revenue for the upper district and that Nevil Wayland be commissioner for the lower district for 1805

P349 - Daniel Sheffey vs William Moore & John Whiteley, forthcoming bond, judgement granted the pltf

P349 - Court expenses: Stephen Fuller for killing 2 old wolves, Clayton Cook for killing 1 old wolf, John Pruet for same; John Pruet for same; William Horton for same; George Belsher for same; Robert Hamon for killing 2 old wolves; John Hamon for killing 1 old wolf; James Chaffin for same; Eli Smith for same; George Belsher for same; Alexander Montgomery for same; Samuel Alley for same; Jonathan Alley for same; Jonathan Wood for same; James Cain for same; William Finney for same; Thomas Alley for same; Walter Alley for same; James Moore for same; John Chaffin for same; John Chaffin for same; John Reeves for same; John Reeves for same; John Reeves for same; Joseph Kisor for same; David Canute for same; Henry Dickenson for cleaning the courthouse and furnish the court with candles 2 years past; John Ferguson for apprehending William Robinson and conveying him to prison and summoning 9 witnesses and as a guard; Aaron Hendricks for summoning 6 witnesses vs William Robinson; Aaron Hendricks for summoning 1 witness vs Joseph Smith; Griffith Dickenson, constable; John Woodson; Clerk for services for 1804; Commonwealth Atty for services for 1804; Sheriff for services for 1804; Surveyor for going to run the county line; Aaron Hendricks for services on behalf of the commonwealth; Charles Conley for arbitrating the courthouse rood & Travis Kindle for services for the commonwealth

P350 - 1 book for the clerk to be paid out of the surplus money in the hands of the sheriff; clerk for the purpose of making a press for holding papers under the direction of the clerk to be paid out of the surplus money; Commissioners for the purpose for fixing seats for jurors in the jury rooms and other necessary seats to be paid out of the surplus money

P350 - Certified that Pleasant Horn & Henry Dickenson impressed as guard and served 4 days each for the safekeeping of Barnet Bolin in the jail, also impressed for the safekeeping of John Vickers in the jail

P350 - Certified that James Dickenson impressed as a guard served 3 days securing Barnet Bolen and 2 days in securing John Vickers in the jail accused of horse stealing

P350 - Certified that Thomas Davis, James Carrell, William Fugate & James Morgan impressed as guards and served 2 days each in securing Barnet Boling in the jail accused of horse stealing

P351 - Certified that James Carrell & William Fugate impressed to serve as guard for securing JOhn Vickers in the jail - James Carrell for 2 days and William Fugate for 1 day. Certified that Jonathan Davis was impressed and served 2 days in securing Barnet Bolin

P351 - Certified that Thomas Bundy, John McDowell, Colebird Fugate, Henry Donohoe, Calvin Neal, James Herren, John Hamon, Joseph Tate, Thomas Donahue, Joseph Tinsley, John Reeves & Hendly Haddox, impressed as guards and served 1 day each in securing John Vickers in jail

P351 - Certified that Dennis Mullowney, Benjamin Fugate & Richard Davis impressed as guards, Dennis Mullowney 3 days and Fugate & Davis for 2 days each for securing John Vickers in the jail. Certified that William Crank impressed as a guard for securing Vickers in the jail for 1 day, ? impressed as a guard for 2 days in securing Barnet Bolen in the jail

P351 - Certified that Samuel Walker, Susanna Walker, John Taylor & Henry Harman summoned from Tazewell Co as witnesses on behalf of commonwealth vs John Vickers and for travelling 54 miles both ways

P351 - Certified that Joshua Morrison & Andrew McMullen summoned from Tazewell County as witnesses for the commonwealth vs Joseph Smith attended 1 day and traveling 45 miles both ways

P352 - Certifiedthat Abner Hobbs was summoned from Washington Co. as a witness for the Commonwealth vs John Vickers and for traveling 10 miles both ways

P352 - Certified that the sheriff be paid for removing Barnet Bolen & John Vickers from this jail distance of 22 miles

P352 - James McFarlane, clerk of the court of enquiry of the 72nd regiment produced a list of drafts by the officers of the regiment, certified

P352 - Motion of John Woodson ordered that the judgement obtained against him by Samuel Ewing be stayed until next court

P352 - Certified that William Bolen, James Dickenson, Samuel Ewing, William F. McNutt & William Fugate impressed and served as guards for the conveyance of Barnet Bolen from this jail to the district jail, distance of 22 miles

P353 - Certified that William Bolen, Samuel Tate, Joseph Tate, Benjamin Fugate, Daniel Price, William Fugat & Alexander Lyle served as guard for conveying JOhn Vickers from the county jail to the district jail distance of 22 miles

P353 - Certified that Zachariah Fugate attended 3 days at Wythe Co. for comparing the Senatorial Poll and traveling 75 miles both ways

P353 - Court of quarterly Sessions, November 27, 1804. Present: Samuel Robinson, Samuel Ewing, Nevil Wayland & Joseph Smith.

P353 - Henry Dickenson, clerk recommended James P. Carroll for his deputy

P353 - Samuel Ritchie assigned to furnish James Kitchen surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P353 - William Romine vs John Davis, case, George Steele undertakes for the def

P354 - Nicholas Reagan vs James & Abraham Crabtree, debt, Charles Bickley undertakes for the def

P354 - William Bradley etux vs John Colley, case, dismissed

P354 - George Colley vs William Bradley, case, dismissed

P354 - Present: Samuel Ritchie

P354 - Inventory & appraisement of the estate of Thomas Dickenson, decd, recorded

P354 - Power of Atty from Sarah Handley to Robert Tate, oaths of Richard Davis & Robert Tate, Jr., recorded

P354 - William Nash assigned to furnish William Gilmore surveyor of the road with a list of tithables

P354 - Joseph Whiteley, Jr., Reuben JOnes, Abraham Childris, William Roberts & John Carter to view a road from Big Mockerson Gap to William Jones; and from there to the county road

P354 - William Houston, David Thompson & James Osborne appointed to view a turn in the road proposed by Samuel Cornet and report that the old way is best

P354 - James Hendricks, foreman, George Steele, William Welch, George Robinson, Richard Thompson, James Gibson, Henry Fuller, William Foster, Abednigo White, Eli Smith, Samuel Hendricks, Joshua Pinnex, John Whiteley, William Cox, Stephen Bartram, Benjamin Pendleton & Alexander Dunlop, grand jury for inquest

P355 - Presentment against James Turner for profane swearing, information of Abednigo White & Stephen Bartram

P355 - Against William Wright for profane Swearing, information of William Foster & Alexander Dunlop

P355 - Against the surveyor of the road from the bank of Indian Creek a west course, information of Abnedigo White, & George Steele

P355 - Against the surveyor of the road from the Big Spring east of Russell Courthouse to the courthouse, information of Richard Thompson & William Foster

P355 - Against the surveyor of the road from the top of Copper Creek Ridge to William Moores, information of Benjamin Pendleton & William Cocks

P355 - Absent: Samuel Ritchie

P355 - Indenture from Abner Vance to Benjamin Williamson, oath of Charles Holliday, continued for further proof

P355 - Indenture from James Bush & Mary to John Brown, oaths of John Fugit, Austin Bush, Moses Fugit, recorded

P355 - Indenture from John Hargis & Lydia to Rachel Hargis, recorded

P356 - William Erwin constable be paid for his services in criminal prosecution

P356 - Certificate of qualification of Thomas Price, Lt in a company of Grenadiers, 72nd Regiment

P356 - Commonwealth vs James Leath, presentment, dismissed

P356 - John Mounts & Jeremiah Walker bound in recognizance bond for their good behavior particularly towards James Bush, bill of exception ordered to be made a part of the record

P356 - Commonwealth vs James Turner, presentment, def fined for swearing 1 profane oath, and that he pay costs

P356 - Commonwealth vs John Montgomery, presentment for failing to keep the road in repair of which he is surveyor, judgement granted the commonwealth, def fined & to pay costs

P357 - Lucy McDaniel, Nancy Hall & John McDaniel for 1 day as witness for the commonwealth vs Mounts & Walker

P357 - John Mounts & Jeremiah Walker pay Jane Walker, Sarah Walker, Charles Sexton & Jemima Sexton for 1 day as witness for them vs the Commonwealth

P357 - Henry Runnels pay Oliver Hughes for 1 day as witness for him vs Richard Price

P357 - Hg (Hy) Edmondson, assignee vs Christopher Olinger, motion on forthcoming bond, judgement granted pltf

P357 - James Rodgers vs James Brown & John Brown, motion on forthcoming bond, judgement granted the pltf

P357 - Henry Runnels pay Joseph Grammer, Joshua Martin, James Smith & Isaac Hobbs for 1 day as witness for him vs Richard Price, also pay Nathan Hobbs for 2 days as witness for him vs Richard Price

P357 - James Tate pay James Osborne for 1 day as witness for him vs McClellan


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