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Browsing items in: Early Vincennes, 1732-1835

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    • A G Roberts, administrator of Alfred Fairhurst (deceased) vs John Young

    • Accounts -- Indiana; Bonds -- Indiana; Depositions -- Indiana Territory; Executors and administrators -- Indiana; Personal debt; Summons -- Indiana Territory; Subpoena -- Indiana Territory;
    • An account that John Young owed to Alfred Fairhurst Sr. for 9 days of work and the bottoming of 3 chairs. The total of the debt is $12.87 1/2 and it was filed April 15, 1836 by A. D. Scott. A true transcript for the docket of the February 13, 1836...
    • Abbott, James vs. Joseph St. Marie

    • Mortgages -- Northwest Territory -- Vincennes; Complaints (Administrative procedure) -- Northwest Territory; Costs (Law) -- Northwest Territory; Lawyers -- Northwest Territory; Notaries -- Northwest Territory; Witnesses -- Northwest Territory;
    • Civil court case in which James Abbott sues Joseph St. Marie for nonpayment of a mortgage. The mortgage, on a house and lot in Vincennes, was made in 1790. The amount due was 183 pounds, 19 shillings, plus interest.
    • Abbott, Richard 1795

    • Probate courts -- Northwest Territory; Probate records -- Northwest Territory; Wills -- Northwest Territory; Witnesses -- Northwest Territory; Women -- Northwest Territory; Widows -- Northwest Territory; Children; African American women --...
    • Last Will and Testament of Richard Abbott.
    • Abraham Defrance vs Peter Ruby, Mark Dunning and John Hatton

    • Bail -- Indiana Territory; Bonds -- Indiana Territory; Complaints (Administrative procedure) -- Indiana Territory; Damages -- Indiana Territory; Writs -- Indiana Territory;
    • A bail writ that is required for debt was issued by Robert Buntin, Clerk, executed by P. Beckes, Sheriff. Bail is secured by William Lindsay. On the 2nd Saturday in December 1808, Abraham Defrance, plaintiff and Peter Ruby, Mark Dunning and John...
    • Abraham Defrance vs Simon Vanorsdall

    • Writs -- Indiana Territory; Personal debt -- Indiana Territory; Lawyers -- Indiana Territory;
    • In December 1808, Sheriff B. Beckes, delivered a writ of Capias ad Respondeum against Simon Vanorsdall for $83.79 for the debt he owed Abraham Defrance. At the March term 1808 the defendant has not appeared before the court. In January 1809 a...
    • Abraham Snapp with William Raper (guardian) vs Eliza Ann Snapp and John Snapp

    • Affidavits -- Indiana Territory; Costs (Law) -- Indiana Territory; Depositions -- Indiana Territory; Executors and administrators -- Indiana Territory; Guardian and ward -- Indiana Territory; Judgments -- Indiana Territory; Land titles --...
    • A petition is filed before James Thomas, Justice of the Peace by Abner T. Ellis, Attorney. Ellis is asking to appoint commissioners to divide property of John F. Snapp between his 3 heirs, John, Eliza, and Abraham. The probate court is presented...
    • Abrahm Haff vs William Thompson

    • Affidavits -- Indiana Territory; Bail -- Indiana Territory; Bonds -- Indiana Territory; Covenants -- Indiana Territory; Depositions -- Indiana Territory; Judgments -- Indiana Territory; Jury -- Indiana Territory; Mortgages -- Indiana Territory --...
    • Abraham Haff states that William F. Thompson on August 29, 1809 did purchase 200 acres of land located on Bosseran (Busseron) Creek and was to pay defendant 129 lbs. 15 shillings of Virginia currency which is equal to $432.50 in the following...
    • Adams, George vs. Solomon Munson

    • Summons -- Northwest Territory; Personal debt -- Northwest Territory; Damages -- Northwest Territory; Oaths -- Northwest Territory; Johnston, Gen'l W. (General Washington), 1776-1833;
    • Civil court case in which George Adams seeks to recover $100 in damages from Solomon Munson.
    • Addison, William vs. Ralph Matson

    • Complaints (Administrative procedure) -- Northwest Territory; Summons -- Northwest Territory; Witnesses -- Northwest Territory; Whiskey -- Northwest Territory;
    • Civil court case in which William Addison seeks to recover a debt of $40 and eight gallons of whiskey from Ralph Matson.
    • Alexander Scott vs John F Snapp estate

    • Accounts -- Indiana; Costs (Law) -- Indiana; Lumber -- Indiana; Flour;
    • An account of 78 cents dated April 25, 1833 for bushels of meal that John Snapp owed to Miss Scott is filed August 17, 1837 by W. R. McCord. An account of May 28, 1832 and June 2 , 1832 for 56 lbs. of flour $1.40 and 4 pieces of scantling $1.12 1/2...
    • Allen, John vs. Robert Johnston

    • Court records -- Indiana Territory -- Knox County; Contracts for work and labor -- Northwest Territory; Corn -- Indiana Territory; Depositions -- Indiana Territory; Distillers -- Northwest Territory; Judges -- Indiana Territory; Subpoena -- Indiana...
    • John Allen, a distiller, sued his employer Robert Johnston. The suit abated by the death of the defendant. (Allen won in the earlier suit, Johnston vs. Allen.)
    • Alllowances to John Bailey

    • Accounts -- Indiana Territory; Irons (Pressing) -- Indiana Territory;
    • On October 9, 1800 John Bailey filed a bill for $4.50 for making wrist irons, repairing jail locks, putting them on and off. Slaughtery. R. Buntin allows payment of $4.00 during the May 1804 term.
    • Allowance for Albertus Prince

    • Accounts -- Indiana Territory; Indiana Territory -- Officials and employees -- Salaries, etc.; Taxation -- Indiana Territory;
    • Albertus Prince is allowed $9 for making out and returning the lists of taxable property for Vincennes Township for the year 1803. He was ordered to be paid by Sheriff Christopher Wyant, during the February 1804 General Quarter Session term.
    • Allowance for Christopher Wyant

    • Indiana Territory -- Officials and employees -- Salaries, etc.; Roads -- Indiana Territory;
    • An allowance of $12 is paid on Tuesday, February 8, 1804, to Christopher Wyant for the use of his horse and himself. He charged $2 a day for 6 days, beginning March 4 and ending March 9, 1802 which included both days. His bill is for viewing and...

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