1835, Jul

State of Tennessee, Obion County,
Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, July Term 1835

(p-242) July: A. D. 1835

State of Tennessee, Obion County) Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, July Term A. D. 1835

Be it remembered that at a Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions begun and held at the Courthouse in the town of Troy, County of Obion and State of Tennessee on the first Monday in July A. D. 1835 and the 60th year of American Independence, it being the 6th day of said month present the worshipful John Parr, William Wilkinson, Richard B. Brown, Willis Caldwell & William M. Wilson, Justices of the Peace in and for said County of Obion, Commissioned and assigned to hold said term of said county, proclamation being fist made the Court then proceeded to business.

It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that at the December Term A. D. 1830, of said County Court, allowances were improperly made to the solicitor, sheriff and clerk of said county said allowance or appropriation having been twice made when it was the intention of the said court to have made said allowances but once. It is therefore ordered by the court, present the worshipful John Parr, William Wilkinson, Richard B. Brown, Willis Caldwell and William M. Wilson, Esquires, all voting in the affirmative that one of said orders to said solicitors, sheriffs and clerks be revoked and made null and void.

William Cunningham produced in court three wold scalps under four months old and proved the killing of the same within the limits of this County. It is therefore ordered (p.243) by the court, five Justices being present, that he be allowed agreeable to the Statutes in that case made and provided and that the Treasurer pay the same out of any monies in his hands not otherwise appropriated.

John Carter, Jr., produced in court one wolf scalp over four months old, and proved the killing of the same within the limits of this county, it is therefore ordered by the court, five Justices being present, that he be allowed agreeable to the Statutes in that case made and provided, and that the Treasurer pay the same out of any monies in his hands not otherwise appropriated. (Issued 17th Dec. 1835)

William C. Edwards produced in court three wolf scalps under four months old, and proved the the killing of the same within the limits of this county. It is therefore ordered by the court, five Justices being present, that he be allowed agreeable to the Statutes in that case made and provided, and that the Treasurer pay the same out of any monies in his hands not otherwise appropriated.

Greenberry Collier produced in court one wolf scalp over four months old, and proved the the killing of the same within the limits of this county. It is therefore ordered by the court, five Justices being present, that he be allowed agreeable to the Statutes in that case made and provided, and that the Treasurer pay the same out of any monies in his hands not otherwise appropriated. (Issued 17th Dec. 1835)

Frederick Taylor returned into court his road order. It is therefore ordered by the court (p-244) that he be released from further services as overseer of the Dresden Road.

Ordered by the court that Larkin Norrid be appointed overseer on the Dresden Road in place of Frederick Taylor, resigned, and that he work the same distance and bounds & hands as the former overseer, and keep the same in repair as a first class road.

Ordered by the court that Tyron P. Nicholson be appointed overseer on the Dresden Road in place of William O. Lindsey, and that he work the same distance and bounds & hands as the former overseer, and keep the same in repair as a first class road.

Ordered by the court that Randolph Stone be appointed overseer on the from Troy to Reelfoot Lake, and that he cut out said road from the narrows of said Lake near James N. Stones to intersect the Dyersburg road near the 10 mile post or John Williams and that the following hands work under him, to wit: Daniel Miller, John Newton, Robert Newton, Isham Newton and all his hands, Joseph Speaks, Jesse Daugherty, James N. Stone, Elijah Reeves and all hands in those bounds, and that he keep the same in repair as a second class road.

Ordered by the court that Archibald H. Hogue be appointed overseer on the Mills Point (Mills Point is now Hickman KY) Road that runs by said Hogue’s in place of James B. Hogue, removed, and that he work the same distance and bounds of hands as the former overseer, and keep the same in repair as a second class road.

(P-245) Ordered by the court that Abraham Marbury be appointed overseer on the Iron Banks Road in place of Owen Gissie, resigned, and that he work the Mills Point road to James Wilsons and have the same bounds of hands as the former overseer, and keep the same in repair as a second class road.

Ordered by the court that Joseph C. Culberson be appointed overseer on the Mills Point road in the place of John Brown, resigned, and that he work the same distance and bounds of hands as the former overseer and keep the same in repair as a first class road.

Ordered by the court that Henry Pryor be appointed overseer on the Trenton road from the three mile post to the Obion River in the place of Thomas K. Polk, and that he work the same distance and bounds of hands as the former overseer and keep the same in repair as a first class road.

The Jury of View who was appointed at April Term 1835 of the court to view out and straighten the Mills Point road from near J. M. Bedford, came into court and made the following return, to wit:

We, the undersigned Jury of Review being summoned & qualified according to law, do say the road shall be straightened from a certain white oak tree designated by us on the side of the road to the east mouth of the lane to go straight.

John Gore, Wm. Carmack, A.B. Cunningham

It is therefore ordered by the court that the (p-246) overseer on said road cut out the same agreeable to said review and make said alteration.

It is ordered by the court that the following hands work under James Farris on the Dresden road in addition to the hands already under him, to wit: —– and that he keep the same in repair as a first class road.

This day a petition from sundry citizens of Obion County was presented to the court, praying that a road may be opened or a jury of view appointed to view out a road from Troy to the Reelfoot Lake as near a place called Davidson’s Camp, to run near the present trail to said part as convenient. It is therefore ordered by the court that James Reeves, Hiram Reeves, William Hutchinson, John L. Bartlett, George W. Cunningham, Richard Hill and Daniel Waling be appointed a Jury of view to view out and lay off said road, and that they report to the next term of this court.

This day the petitions of G. W. Fentress was presented to court praying the court to grant a Jury of review to review out a road from W. Enloe’s across the Obion River at Mary Richardson’s Bluff, running thence to the Dyer County line in a direction to meet a road cut out by citizens of Dyer County.

It is therefore ordered by the court that the following persons be appointed a Jury of review to review out said road, leaving the Trenton road at or near William Enloe’s running to (p-247) Mary Davidson’s Bluff on Obion River, thence through the Obion Bottom, thence to the Dyer County line to intersect said road in the direction of Dyersburg, to wit: Thomas Spight, Norton Oakes, Samuel Reeves, William M(?)iles, George W. Fentress, John Polk and Henry Pryor be appointed said Jury, and that they report to the next term of this court.

This day the petition of H. J. P. Westbrook and William Hutchinson was presented to the court praying for an order for a road leading from Dyersburg to Mills Point, leaving the Dyersburg road between the 8 & ( mile post, from thence to Reelfoot Creek where Larkin Eastridge now lives, from thence to Mills Point.

It is therefore ordered be the court that the following persons, to wit: Samuel McElyea, John B. Tanner, Jonathan Nix, Jesse Daugherty, Greenberry Collier, A. Floyd and William Hutchinson be appointed to view out said road and mark the same and that they report to the next term of court.

Ordered by the court present the worshipful John Parr, Willis Caldwell, William Wilkinson, Richard B. Brown, William M. Wilson and James Henderson, Esqrs., all voting in the affirmative that Alfred Harget be allowed fifteen dollars for keeping Barbary Andrews, pauper, the last three months, and that the Trustee pay the same out of any monies in his hands not otherwise appropriated.

(P-248) John Parr, Willis Caldwell, William Wilkinson, Richard B. Brown, William M. Wilson and James Henderson, all voting in the affirmative that Barbary Andrews, pauper, be let out by the sheriff of said county to the lowest bidder for the next ensuing twelve months on tomorrow at 12 o’clock.

This day before the worshipful, Willis Caldwell, John Parr, William M. Wilson, William Wilkinson and Richard B. Brown, being more than on third of the Justices of said County of Obion, sitting and holding a County Court, Lucinda Coats by her council came into court and moves the court to grant her letters of administration of the estate of Austin M. Coats, deceased, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that said Austin M. Coats departed this life out of the limits of this State, and left said Lucinda Coats, his widow and relict, and at the time of his death departed out of the limits of this state and had and was seized of lands and real estate within the limits of this state, to wit: A certain tract of land lying and being within the limits of said County, and that he had not at the time of his death any goods, chattels, effects or real estate within any other county in estate. It is therefore ordered by the court that letters of administration issued to the said Lucinda Coats on the estate of the said Austin M. Coats, deceased, on her entering into bond in the sum of two thousand dollars and security as required by law and it is further ordered by the court that said Lucinda be permitted to file said bond with sufficient security against next term of the court and that the (p-249) oath of administration before some Justice of the Peace of the State against the next term of this court, all of which shall be returned at next term of this court until which time said letters of administration shall not issue.

This day before the worshipful Willis Caldwell, John Parr, William Wilkerson, Richard B. Brown and William M. Wilson being more that one third of the Justices of said County of Obion, sitting and holding a County Court, comes into court in proper person James N. Stone, and moves the court to grand him letters of administration on the estate of John Z(S?)ellars, deceased, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that said John Zellers had his place of residence in said County of Obion at the time of his death. It is therefore ordered by the court that letters of administration be issued to the said Stone upon all the goods and chattels, rights and credits of said John Zellers, deceased, on his entering into bond and security as required by law.

This day Samuel C. Henry, administrator of the estate of Dempsey Allen, deceased, came into court and present three receipts from the heirs of said D. Allen, deceased, as follows: One from George W. Haislip and Elizabeth Haislip for fifth three dollars and eighty eight cents, one from William Haislip and Tabitha Haislip for fifty three dollars and eighty eight cents and one from Samuel E. Allen for fifty three dollars and eighty eight cents, all of which was received by the court and ordered to be filed and recorded with the papers of said estate.

(P-250) This day Robert B. Harper, executor of the estate of Andrew Linn, deceased, came into court and returned an Inventory of Sundry notes of said estate, which is received by the court and ordered to be filed and recorded among the papers of said estate.

This day William W. Watson, one of the administrators of the estate of Andrew Hanna, deceased, came into court and returned an account of the sales of the property of said estate as sold on the 25th day of April 183, which is received by the court and ordered to be filed and recorded with the papers of said estate.

Frederick Taylor to Thomas Hampton) A deed for fifty acres of land on Little Richland Creek in Obion County, Tennessee, from Frederick Taylor to Thomas Hampton was acknowledged in open court by said Taylor and ordered to be so certified for registration.

William Haislip to John B. Allen) Deed of conveyance for his interest in one hundred and seventy five acres of land being the same belonging to the heirs of Dempsey Allen, deceased, was this day acknowledged in open court by said William Haislip, and ordered to be so certified for registration.

George W. Haislip to John B. Allen) Deed of conveyance for his interest in one hundred and seventy five acres (p-151) of land, being the same belonging to the heirs of Dempsey Allen, decease, was this day proven in open court by the oath of Samuel C. Henry and William Haislip, and ordered to be so certified for registration.

Proclamation being first made the Court present the worshipful John Parr, Willis Caldwell, William Wilkinson, Richard B. Brown, William M. Wilson and James Henderson proceeded to elect Internal Improvement Commissioners for the County of Obion, agreeable to the statute in that case made and provided, whereupon on counting out the votes, it appeared that Thomas Spight, Richard B. Brown and William W. Watson unanimously and constitutionally elected said Internal Improvement Commissioners for the next ensuing twelve months.

The court than adjourned until tomorrow morning at 9 o’clock.

John Parr, J.P.
James Henderson, J.P.
Willis Caldwell, J.P.

7th July, 1835

Court met pursuant to adjournment proclamation being made &c.

St. John & Ingram, Admrs. of B. Ingram, dec’d Vs. Wyatt Bettis) Trover
This day came plaintiff by attorneys and on motion, and for reasons appearing to the court, it is ordered that this cause and the writ of inquiry be continued to the next (p-252) term of this court, and tat a Jury then come to assess the plaintiff’s damages in the behalf.

John B. Hubbard Vs. Archibald K. (H.?) Hogue) Assumpsit
This day came the parties by their attorneys and thereupon came a jury of good and lawful men, to wit:

1. George W. Fentress 2. Benjamin Parmer(?) 3. James Snow 4. George Read 5. Elijah Reeves 6. Ludwell E. Davis 7. William L. Norrid 8. John Carter 9. John L. Williams 10. James Pryor 11. James Lyons 12. Howe Legate

Who being elected, tried and sworn the truth to speak upon the issue joined in this behalf on their oaths do say that the said defendant did assume and undertake in manner and form as said plaintiff in his declaration hath alledged, and they do assess the damages of the said plaintiff by reason of the non-performance of said assumpsit and undertaking to one hundred and three dollars and fifty cents, besides costs.
It is therefore considered by the court that said plaintiff recover of said defendant one hundred and three dollars and fifty cents, the damages aforesaid by the jury aforesaid in manner and form aforesaid assessed and also his costs in about his suit in this behalf expanded and the defendant prayed & obtained an appeal to the Circuit Court.

Joseph Garwood Vs Thomas Spight) Debt
This day came the parties by their attorneys and thereupon came a jury of good and lawful men, to wit:

1. George W. Fentress 2. Benjamin Parmer(?) 3. James Snow 4. George Read 5. Elijah Reeves 6. Ludwell E. Davis 7. William L. Norrid 8. John Carter 9. John L. Williams 10. James Pryor 11. James Lyons 12. Howe Legate

Who being elected, tried and sworn the truth to speak upon the issues joined upon their oath do say that they find the issue for the plaintiff, to wit: That said defendant has not paid the debt in the declaration mentioned and that he has proved no set off against the same, but the find the defendant indebted to the plaintiff in the sum of one hundred and three dollars, as plaintiff hath alledged and they assess the damages by reason of non payment of the same to thirteen dollars and fifty cents.

It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of the defendant one hundred and fifty dollars the debt aforesaid fount to be due and oweing in manner and form aforesaid and thirteen dollars and fifty cents the damages aforesaid, assessed in manner and form aforesaid, and also the costs in and about his suit in this behalf expanded.

John Polk Vs Alexander Faris)Debt

This came came the parties by their attorneys, and thereupon came a jury of good and lawful men, to wit:

1. William Enloe, 2. Benjamin F. McWherter, 3. Sion Hill, 4 James Read 5. James H. Guy, 6. Henry Pryor 7. Thomas Hampton 8. Wm. T. Whiteside 9. John Heard 10. James Crow 11. John Boon 12 Philip Fields

(p-254) Who being elected, tried and sworn the truth to speak upon the issues joined, upon their oaths do say, they find that the defendant was on the fourteenth day of March 1829, indebted to the plaintiff seventy dollars as in the first court in the declaration mentioned, and that he gave his note thereof, and they do assess the plaintiffs damages by reason of the detention of said seventy dollars, to twenty six dollars and forty cents.

John Hutchinson Assignee &c Vs Henry Long & James Harper) Debt

This day came the parties by their attornies and thereupon came a jury of good and lawful men, to wit:

1. Benjamin Enloe, 2. William Enloe 3. Sion Hill, 4 James Read 5. James Read 6. John Hoard 7. Fletcher C. Edwards 8. Samuel Nelms 9. Henry J. P. Westbrook 10. Horace Head (Read?) 11. James Good 12. Philip Fields

Who being elected, tried and sworn the truth to speak upon the issues joined, upon their oaths do say that they find for the plaintiff one hundred and forty dollars and eighty seven cents, and they do assess his damages to thirty six dollars and sixty one cents.

It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of the denfendants the sum of one hundred and forty dollars and eighty (p-255) seven cents, the debt in the declaration mentioned together with the sum of thirty six dollars and sixty one cents, the damages by the jury aforesaid assessed and also his coasts by him about his suit in this behalf expended.

D. St. John & C. Ingram Admrs. Of Benjamin Ingram, Dec’d Vs Samuel Wills) Trover

This day came the parties by their attornies and thereupon came a jury of good and lawful men, to wit:

1. George W. Fentress, Benjamin Parmer (?) 3. James Snow 4. George Read 5. Elijah Reeves 6 Ludwell E. Davis 7. Wm. L. Norrid 8. John Carter 9. John L. Williams 10. James Pyron 11. James Lyons 12. Howe Legate

Who being elected, tried and sworn the truth to speak upon their oaths do say they find the issue in favor of the defendant.

It is therefore considered by the court that the dedendant go hence without pay, and recover of the plaintiff his costs by him in and about his suit in this behalf expended and the plaintiffs pray an appeal to the next Circuit Court of this county, which is granted by the court.

(P-256) This day Joel S. Enloe, high sheriff of this county, returned here into court the States writ of venire facias, issued from the April Term of this court and returnable to the present term, executed on the following person, good and lawful men, householders and freeholders of this county, to wit:

  1. James Snow
  2. Ludwell E. Davis
  3. Benjamin T. McWherter
  4. Elijah Reeves
  5. Hansel McCaleb
  6. James Johnson
  7. John P. Williams
  8. John Hoard
  9. 9 Howe Legate
  10. James Read
  11. James Lyons
  12. George Read
  13. Terrell L. Camp
  14. Noah C. Johnson
  15. Benjamin Parmer (?)
  16. James Pyron
  17. Sion Hill
  18. John Carter
  19. James Crow
  20. William Enloe
  21. George W. Fentress
  22. William L. Norrid
  23. Andrew Moore

To secure as grand and petit jurors at this term, all of whom appeared accordingly, except:

1. Mansel McCaleb 2. James Johnson, 3. N.(W) C. Johnson

Who being called, came not. And out of those present was drawn according to the statute in case made and provided, the following persons to served as grand jurors at this term, to wit:

1. Terrell L. Camp (Foreman) 2. Geo. W. Fentress 3. Benjamin Pamer 4 James Snow
5. George Read 6. Elijah Reeves 7. Ludwell E. Davis 8. William L. Norrid
9. John Carter 10. John L. Williams 11. James Pyron 12. James Lyons 13. Howe Legate

Who after being empannelled, sworn and charged, retired to consider of indictments and presentments under the care of Jacob Long, an officer sworn to attend thence.

(p-257) Satisfactory reasons being shown to the court it is ordered that Andrew Moore, one of original pannel summoned to serve as a juror at the court, be released from serving at this term.

Richard B. Brown, one of the commissioners in Trust for the Town of Tory, came into court and tendered his resignation as such, which was received by court.

Thomas Spight, who was on yesterday elected one of the commissioners of Internal Improvement, came into court and entered into bond as the law directs, with James M. Spight and William M.(?) Wilson his securities and took the oath of office.

William W. Watson, who was on yesterday elected one of the commissioners of Internal Improvement, came into court and entered into bond as the law directs, to wit: Benjamin Sheeks and James Davis, securities and took the oath of office.

Richard B. Brown, who was on yesterday elected one of the commissioners of Internal Improvement, came into court and entered into bond as the law directs, with William M. Wilson and Joel S Enloe and took the oath of office.

James N. Stone, who was on yesterday appointed Administrator of all and singular the goods and chattels, (p-258) rights and credits of John Zellers, deceased, came into court and entered into bond conditioned as the law directs, with John Brown his security, which said bond was ordered to be recorded.

William B. Partee, who was at last term of this court appointed Administrator of the estate of David Durham, deceased, came into court and presented an Inventory of the effects of said estate, which is received by the court, and ordered to be filed and recorded.

Agreeable to an order on yesterday made the sheriff, proclamation being first made, proceded to let out Barbary Andrews, pauper, for the next ensuing twelve months, Norton Oakes being the lowest bidder, she was (fair warning being given) bid off to him for ninety four dollars, it is therefore ordered by the court that he take the said pauper and give bond with sufficient security for the faithful maintenance of her for (p-259) said term of twelve months, whereupon he came into court and entered into bond with Daniel St. John — his security conditioned as the law directs, and court then adjourned until tomorrow morning at 9 o’clock.

Willis Caldwell, J.P., John Parr, J.P.. James Henderson, J.P.

Wednesday, 8th July 1835.

Ordered by the court, present Willis Caldwell, John Parr, James Henderson, that Daniel St. John and James N. Cullom be appointed commissioners to settle with William Andrews, administrator of Enis Hay, deceased, and that they allow him a credit of twenty six dollars and seventy three cents, for cash expended for the benefit of said estate, besides whatever they may allow him on said settlement, and that they make report to the next term of this court.

John Polk Vs Alexr. Faris) Debt

This day came the parties by their attornies and thereupon came the plaintiff demurrer to the defendants pleas of the statutes of limitations of three years to be argued which being seen and fully understood by the court it is considered that said demurrer be sustained.

It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover against the defendant (p-260) the sum of seventy dollars, found by the jury aforesaid and the sum of twenty six dollars and forty cents, the damages aforesaid by the jury aforesaid assessed together with the costs of this suit for the which execution shall issue.

This day Mary Smith came into court and moved the court to grant her an ordinary license, which the court granted. She giving bond and took the oath with Benjamin T. McWherter and William T. Whiteside her securities, conditioned as the law directs, all of which is accepted by the court, and said license ordered to be issued.

State of Tennessee Vs William Nellums) The grand jury came into court and by their foreman returned into open court a presentment against said William Nelms for selling spiritous liquors with license.

State of Tennessee Vs Samuel Rodgers & Thomas M. Harper) The grand jury came into court and by there foreman returned in to open court a presentment against said Samuel Rodgers and Thoms M. Harper for an affray.

State of Tennessee Vs Jerome Miller) The grand jury came into open court and returned a bill of indictment, endorsed a true bill, and signed (p-261) by Terrell L. Camp, foreman of the grand jury.

Robert B. Harper, Executor of A. Linn, Dec’d. Vs Samuel Nelms & Samuel Hutchinson) Appeal from a Justice of the Peace
This day came the plaintiff by his attorney, and the defendant being solemnly called came not, but made default. It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff Harper recover of the defendants Nelms & Hutchinson, the sum of eleven dollars and fifty two cents, the amount of the judgement below, and the further sum of fifteen cents the interest up to the date of this judgment and the costs of suit by him about his suit in this behalf expended and that execution issue &c.

Jno. Polk Vs A. Farris) Debt
The defts. Council presented a bill of exception which is signed & sealed by the court and made a part of the record to this case.

State of Tennessee Vs Abram Enloe) Recognisance
This day came the attorney general on the part of the state, and the defendants in proper persons by his council moves the court to be discharged from his recognisance and an agreemant was considered by the court that said deft. be discharged from his recognisance and that the court pay the costs of this proceeding.

State of Tennessee Vs James Hogge) Recognisance
This day came the attorney general on the part of the state, and the defd. in proper persons who was to be discharged from his recognisance whereupon it is considered by the court that said deft. be discharged from his recognisance and that the court pay the costs of this proceeding.

Ordered by the court that the following persons be appointed Judge of the execution held on the 1st Thursday in August next, to wit:

at Troy: Jno. Heard, Jno. Parr, B. B. Brown
A. Holloman precinct: William A. Maxwell, Benj. Totten, Jno. Whiteside
Page 262 not noted
(p-263) At Jno. Williams: James Henderson, R. Applewhite, Hugh A. Shelton
At Merriwethers: R. T. Merriwether, Thurston Hornsby, James Brown
At Nixons: Jno. Hollowman, Thos. Spight, James McNeely

Ordered by the court that the following persons, good and lawful men of the County of Obion, being householders and freeholders thereof be summoned by the sheriff of this court to attend on Tuesday of the next County Court to Compose a Grand & Petit Jury for said Court, to wit:

1. Horace Allen 2. Jas. Dorris 3. Wm. Maxwell 4 Worthy Darkin 5. Jas. B. Holloman 6. Edmund Jones 7. Gen. White 8. Samuel G. P(?)aford 9. Wm. Scott 10. Ezekiel Carter 11. Ezekiel Carter 11. Jno Stanford 12. Andrew Moore 13. Jno Le Gatt 14. Jas. Barham 15. Wm. Haslip 16. Jones B. Lyth 17. C. Cheeks 18. James Harper 19. T. Taylor 20. Jacob Yokum 21 Jesse Wilson 22 Thos Haines 23 Jonathan Nix 24. Wm. Carter 25. Jno Holloman 26. Jno. Heard

(p-264) And that William Calhoun & Wm. Edmund, Constables, be appointed and summoned to attend upon the court and jury.

And that the following persons good and lawful men of Obion County, being householders and freeholders thereof be summoned by the Sheriff of this County to attend at the next Circuit Court in this County to form a Grand Jury ascending to the statutes in such cases made out and provided, to wit:

1. B. Totten, 2. J. J. McCollum 3. Daniel Brown 4. Jno Harper 5. Jesse Maxwell 6. Jno. Panky 7. A. R. Mills 8. Alfred McDaniel 9. Jno. Mosier, Sr. 10. Stephen Mitchell 11. Thurston Hornsby 12. Francis Taylor 13. Jno. Parr 14. A. L…. (Linn??) 15. Robt. Harper 16. Wm Downey 17. Edward Norrid 18. Jas. Henderson 19. Wm. M. Wilson 20. H. J. P. Westbrook 21. J. C. Wilson 22. Jesse Daugherty 23. Wm. Wilkinson 24. R. B. Brown 25 Wilford Farris 26. Willis Caldwell

And that Daniel St. John & James Caldwell be appointed and summoned to attend the Court and Jury.

The Court be adjourned until Court in course.

Willis Caldwell, J.P.
John Parr, J. P.
James Henderson, J.P.


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