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William J. Isabell vs. Elisha Peters, etc.: Chancery Cause, Amherst County (Part 1 of 3)

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Direct an issue to be tried at the bar of the County Court to determine whether at the date of the sale by Halsey the boy Edmund, laboured under the disease of which he died or any other disease or unsoundness or defect other than that of being mishapen and knock kneed - and if so whether such disease or unsoundness or defect was at the date of sale known to Halsey or Peters.

Isbell vs. Peters } Bill (For an injunction) J [Dabney [pq]

Jany 19 1835 Injt. awarded upon the usual terms - that in as to Wm J & Robert Isbell upon the usual terms of bond & security & release of errors & as to Christophe Isbell admr without security but upon her confessing a judgement. Lucas P Thompson

Mo[ve] to dissolve overruled [? ? ? ?] Sept 7th [? ? ? ?]

1835 Septm [q.S.?]. Vaca. 1836 [Apet T?] Issue directed to be made up and tried at the bar of this Court by a Jury of trial deferred till the next term Septm 8[th]. Vaca 1837 [Apen] Jngn dissolved bill dismissed & decree for Defts Costs to be levied as to C. Isbell's admr de bo in. Defts Costs $71.46 Fefa issd Both Defts 5.50


Deft Peters 44.49


Deft Halsey .73