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Admr. of Richard Hill, etc vs. Curator of William Hill, etc.: Chancery Cause, Greensville County (Part 2 of 3)

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[newspaper clipping] VIRGINIA - In Chancery.- At rules held in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery, for the county of Greensville on the first Monday in February, 1848: Green Hill in his own right and as administrator of his brother, Richard Hill, dec'd, John H. Edwards, Wm. Fowlkes and Margaret his wife, Wm. Vaughan and Mary his wife, who are part of the issue of Richard Hill, deceased, and others. Pltfs. against Richard H. Parham in his own right, and as curator of Wm. Hill, dec'd, Thos. Hill, Hannah Irby, Catharine Irby, Jane Irby, Sandy H. Irby, Richard Irby and Martha Irby, the said Richard H. Parham, &c., being part of the issue of Richard Hill, dec'd, R. H. Booth, Benjamin Ward and Maria his wife, the said R. H. Booth, &c., with other defendants being part of the issue of Gilliam Booth, dec'd, James Booth, John Booth, Mitchell Roberts and Martha his wife, James Matthews and Maria his wife, David McClusty and Lucy his wife, James Roane and Elizabeth his wife, Ezemily Booth, Robert Booth, Edwin Booth, Elmira Booth, Joanna Booth, Jno. Booth and Jas L Booth, issue of John Booth, deceased, Harper Booth, Reuben Booth, Thomas Booth, Judith Jones, Rebecca Elliott, Maria B. Maffit, Abraham Kernachan and Martha his wife, Wm. Neal and Sally his wife, Benjamin Harris and Minerva his wife, Thomas Jones, Frances Jones, Harwood Jones, Wm. Jones, James Jones, John Simmons and Rebecca Ann his wife, issue of Thomas Booth, deceased, and others, Defts. The defendants, above named, not having entered their appearance and given security according to the act of Assembly and the rules of this court, and it appearing by satisfactory evidence that they are not inhabitants of this Commonwealth: It is ordered that the said defendants do appear at rules to be held for our said Court, at the Clerk's office, on the first Monday in May, 1848, and answer the bill of the plaintiffs; and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in the town of Petersburg for two months successively, and posted at the front door of the courthouse of this county. A copy-Teste, JOS. TURNER, c. c. fe 15-w8w

TOWN OF PETERSBURG, TO - WIT: Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of said Town, John D. Harwood, Clerk of the Intelligence Office, and made oath that the annexed Order of Publication has been published weekly for Eight weeks, successively. Given under my hand, this 15 day of April 1848 W E Hinton Al'm