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Brunswick County Justices v. Mabry, Hinchia: Judgment, Greensville County

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Thereof in their hands to be administered; and if they had not so much in their hands to be administered, then the costs aforesaid to be levied on the proper goods & chattels of the said Nathaniel & Hinchia, And the plf farther says that the said Nathaniel & Hinchia, when the said judgment was rendered against them by the said court of Greensville county for the sum aforesaid, had divers goods & chattels which belonged to the said William Parham at the time of his death in their hands to be administered to the value of the debt aforesaid of the said Walter Peter surviving partner of William Edwards & Co. and much more, to wit to the value of one thousand pounds and sufficient to satisfy the said Walter Peter surviving partner as aforesaid his debt & costs against the said Nathanie & Hinchia as aforesaid recovered: and that the said Nathaniel & Hinchia did then & there elvi[page torn] waste & to the use of them the said Nathaniel & Hinchia convert & dispose [page torn] same because the plfs in fact farther avor that on the twenty [sixth? fourth?] day [of?] October in the year one thousand seven hundred & ninety nine a writ of fieri facias was issued from the said court of Greensville county directed to the sheriff of the Brunswick county, in which the said Hinchia resided & commanding him of the goods & chattels of the said William Parham in the hands of the said Nathaniel & Hinchia his executors, he should cause to be made the aforesaid sum of two hundred & twelve pounds nineteen shillings & one penny, also one dollar & one cent for costs; and that the same sheriff should have the same before the justices of Greenville county at the courthouse on the fourth thursday December next ensuing, to render to the said Walter Peter of the debt & costs aforesaid; on which said writ the said Walter Peter acknowledged satisfaction for the whole sum therein mentioned excepting one hundred & forty four pounds thirteen shillings, for which last mentioned sum the costs aforesaid the clerk of Greensville county endorsed on the said writ that the same should be levied; on which said writ of fieri facias the said sheriff of Brunswick county made return that there were no assetts of William Parham deceased in the hands of the said Hinchia Mabry whereof he could make the aforesaid sum of one hundred & forty four pounds thirteen shillings; and so the said plf. again says that the said Nathaniel & Hinchia in the life of the said Nathaniel, & the said Hinchia afterward, [page torn - deceased, ?] & to their own use disposed the goods & chattels of the said William Parham which came to their hands to be administered: whereby & by face of the act of Assembly in that case made & provided an action accrued to the said William Thornton, John Powell, William Vaughan & Littlebery Robinson, as justices of Brunswick county during the lives of the said Thornton, Powell & Robinson, & to the plf since [their?] deaths to demand & have from the said Nathaniel Dunn, Hinchia [Mabry?] James Mason, Thomas Hunt, Richard Harwell, Evans Mabry & Edward [Pettway?] during the lives of the said Dunn, Mason, & Pettway, and of the said [Hinchia?] Mabry, Thomas Hunt, Richard Harwell & Evans Mabry since their deaths, the first mentioned sum of five hundred thousand pounds. Yet the said Nathaniel Dunn, Hinchia Mabry, James Mason, Thomas Hunt, Richard Harwell, Evans Mabry & Edward Pettway, during the lives of the said Dunn, Mason, & [torn] the said Hinchia Mabry, Hunt, Harwell & Evans Mabry since their death altho often required, have not nor hath either or any of them paid the said five hundred thousand pounds to the said William Thornton, John Powell,