Admr. of Richard Hill, etc vs. Curator of William Hill, etc.: Chancery Cause, Greensville County (Part 2 of 3)
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Virginia. At a Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery held for Sussex County at the Court House on Friday the 11th day of October 1833. Thomas Hunt & others Plaintiffs against William Parham. S. and others Defendants In Chancery This day this cause came on to be heard on the papers formerly read and the verdict of the jury impannelled to try the issue directed by the Court in this cause as by the Judge of the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery for the County of Sussex certified to the Court by consent of parties it is ordered and decreed that the said verdict be set aside, and by like consent and on a compromise between them it is ordered that so much of the plaintiffs Bill as prays that the Paper writing admitted to record by the County Court of Sussex as the last Will and Testament of William Hill dec'd. may be set aside and annulled; And so much as seeks an account of the transactions of Henry Hill as Trustee or curator of the said William Hill, and to set aside the gift of the slave Lizzy to Nancy wife of George Graves, and to set aside the sale of the land called Stony Creek to Frederick Tucker and to recover its profits, be dismissed on the following conditions: 1. That the defendant William Parham S. as curator of William Hill dec'd. or as administrator with the will annexed of William Hill deceased shall on a settlement of his accounts pay to the Commissioners herein after named the balance remaining due to said estate on such settlement for the purposes herein after specified. 2. That the said William Parham S. and Richard Hill Parham shall surrender all the slaves with their increase to which they claim title under the said Will of the said William Hill dec'd. severally each in his own right or in right of his wife. 3. That the defendant Richard Hill Parham shall at