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Wiatt: Chancery Cause, Campbell County (Part 1 of 7)

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Wiatt

vs

Wood [illegible]

This cause came on this day to be heard, again on the papers formerly read [illegible] [illegible] filed among the papers by [illegible] M. Page Commissioner to whom was [illegible] for [illegible] much the [illegible] of Richard Perkins late Sheriff of Campbell and of such admr. in [illegible] the bill [illegible] of Jesse Woods - [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] thereto by [illegible] Perkins are the [illegible] of Mrs. K. Mc [illegible] who was [illegible] by a decree of the last [illegible] to [illegible] the plaintiffs to the State of Ohio and was required by Counsel. On [consideration?] whereof and it appearing that the [illegible] [illegible] filed as aforesaid we complete and are not [illegible] by said Commissioners and it also [illegible] us & that the said [illegible] has not [illegible] the order of the last [illegible] the court does adjudge order and \ [illegible] that the said Statement of Court Page to be one willed to heirs or the [illegible] [illegible] to complete the service and and to take a further account of the [illegible] of the said Perkins, as [illegible] of aforesaid. So if to [illegible] a [illegible] I perfect account of all the [illegible] of the said Perkins as [illegible] and use the [illegible] thereof to also Court and the Court doth further adjudge order and decree that the said Jno. R. Mc [illegible] do [illegible] as soon as he [illegible] can to comply with the suit order of this Court at the last [illegible] [illegible] of in regard to the removal of the plaintiffs out of this State to the State of