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William Dickinson, Sr., etc. vs. Isaac Skillman, etc.: Chancery Cause, Lynchburg City (Part 1 of 2)

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other matter set forth in the complaints bill except what he has above stated and what he hath heretofore stated in his answer to a former bill filed in the worshipfull Court of Bedford County by the said Christopher Clark referred in the complainants bill. This defendant therefore calls upon the said plaintiff for proof of the said allegations and denying all fraud prays that the injunction awarded by your honor may be dissolved and that he be hence dismissed with his costs &c

Isaac Skillman

Kentucky Courbon County to wit

This day Isaac Skillman personally appeared before me Boon Inglas a Justice of the people for said county and made oath that the facts set forth in the above answer so far as they are stated on his own knowledge are true and so far as they are stated to be derived from the information of others he believes to be true given under my hand and seal this 16th day of April 1827

B Ingels {seal}

Kentucky Bourbon County [?] I Thomas P Smith clerk of the county court of Bourbon County do hereby certify that Boon Inglas whose name appears to the within testimonial was at the date of signing the same a Commonwealth justice of the peace for said county of Bourbon duly commissioned and sworn and such full faith & credit is and of right ought to be given to all such of his offered acts In testimony whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and caused the seal of my office to the hereto ann this 16th of April 1827 In the 35th year of the Commonwealth

Tho. P. Smith C.B.C.

State of Kentucky Bourbon County [?] I James Garrard presiding magistrate in and for the county court of the county aforsaid hereby certify that Thomas P. Smith was at the date of signing that above certificate the regularly appointed and acting clerk of said court. Given under my hand & seal this 16th Apl 1827 James Garrard {seal}