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    • William Mays vs William and Andrew Curry

    • Indiana Territory;
    • A petition of William Mays as guardian of William Henry Mays is filed. In the petition William Mays states that William Henry Mays has been for sometime confined and in the custody at the Knox County dwelling of Andrew Curry. He asks the court that...
    • U S vs William Mays

    • Indiana Territory;
    • The jurors found that William Mays did on October 28, 1801 assault Thomas Drenion. The foreman of the jury was Patrick Simpson, and H. Hurst, Deputy Assistant Clerk filed the indictment against William Mays. A summons was filed against William...
    • Applegate, John vs. Leonard Bowman

    • Indiana Territory; Northwest, Old;
    • Civil court case in which John Applegate was suing Leonard Bowman for $500.00 damages for malicious prosecution. Bowman was said to have falsely accused Applegate of stealing 210 feet of poplar boat plank belonging to Bowman. Applegate was indicted...
    • Coulter, Thomas vs. Guilliam Peyette

    • Northwest, Old; Indiana Territory;
    • Civil court case in which Thomas Coulter sues Guilliam Peyette to recover $100 in damages. Coulter stated that he had employed Jean Bts. Chevelier as his servant and that Chevelier was to be in his employ for two years. He claimed that Peyette...
    • U S vs Thomas Drenion

    • Indiana Territory;
    • On September 24, 1801 William Mays comes to court and says that Thomas Drenion did beat, wound, and ill treat him. Signed by H. Hurst, Deputy Assistant Clerk. A summons was executed by Sheriff William Prince for a case of assault and battery and...
    • U S vs Jeremiah Mays

    • Indiana Territory;
    • An indictment was filed and the jurors said that on October 28, 1801 Jeremiah Mays did assault Walter Willson. Patrick Simpson was foreman of the jury. An indictment was filed during the November 1801 term by H. Hurst Deputy Clerk. A summons was...
    • Gibson County marriage applications 1899-1901

    • Marriage records -- Indiana -- Gibson County;
    • Original Gibson County marriage applications for 1891-1895. Each application is 6 pages across. The information given is Groom's name, place of residence, age, race, occupation, place of birth, father's name, mother's maiden name, number of groom's...
    • Scrapbook no. 01

    • Sullivan County (Ind.)--History; Maple, James B. (James Brian), 1879-1970
    • Dr. James B. Maple was a local doctor and historian who in his spare time researched early Vincennes and Sullivan newspapers for items concerning Sullivan Co. He clipped items and took notes and filled 42 volumes of scrapbooks which have a...
    • Horse race fair winner, Little Red, Terre Haute, Indiana

    • Mays, Earl; Stark, T.; Wright, Ernie; McCormick, C. W.; Pruitt, Bud; Horses; Horseback riding; Horse racing; Animal training; Clothing & dress; Awards; Racetracks (Horse racing);
    • This photograph which is a clipping out of a newspaper shows the horse race fair winner. Caption reads, "Little Red, owned by Earl Mays of Terre Haute and ridden by T. Stark, won the Arketex Corporation trophy in one of the top running events...
    • Light, John vs. William Wilson

    • Indiana Territory; Northwest, Old;
    • Civil court case in which John Light was suing William Wilson for $500.00 damages for slander. Wilson had called Light a thief and a pilfering villain amongst other similar terms. This multi-faceted case began as a result over a wage disagreement...
    • U S vs Walter Willson

    • Indiana Territory;
    • An indictment is heard by the jurors in a case of assault and battery. Walter Willson is accused of assaulting Jeremiah Mays on October 28, 1801. A writ was executed by Sheriff William Prince against Walter Willson. Sheriff William Prince also...
    • Johnston, Robert vs. William Linn

    • Northwest, Old;
    • Civil court case in which Robert Johnston sues William Linn, accusing him of breaking a covenant. In 1790, Linn had promised to deliver 2,400 weight of merchantable tobacco to the mouth of the Wabash, but did not fulfill his written agreement to...
    • Venire Facias Grand Jurors

    • Northwest, Old;
    • Writ for the Sheriff to summon jurors for a Grand Jury to be held in May 1798, signed by Robert Buntin, Clerk. The jurors: Daniel Pea, Ralph Matrous, Joseph Harbin, John Decker, Sr., Noah Purcell, Michael Thompins, James Johnson, Jr., Charles...
    • William McGowen vs Nicholas Villemere

    • Indiana Territory;
    • Court Transcript by Robert Buntin of the suit of William McGowen against Nicholas Villemere for Trespass and Damages of one thousand dollars. The case involves adultery. May 19, 1801, William McGowen sued for a writ of Capias ad respondenum...
    • Thomas Coulter vs Guillaume Payette

    • Indiana Territory;
    • A Court transcript and copy of the suit Thomas Coulter brought again Guillaume (William) Payette, written by Robert Buntin, Prothonotary. He claimed that Payette took his hired servant for two months. On May 13, 1800, a writ of Capias ad...

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