Hezekiah Stout - Decree 1844

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TRANSCRIBER'S NOTE:
[Handwriting partially legible, but correct placement of signatures and remarks is unclear.]


Hezekiah Stout - Decree 1844

J M Bennett
Wamsley
[illegible]
Lewis County

One Month after date
For [Ve....?]
[Illegible initials] JP
[other illegible signatures]
Entered at Spring term 1844

Smith & Kyger )
[vs] )
Solomon Schoo[nover's Admr] )

Alfred Beauchamp )
[vs] )
same )

The attorney for the Complainants in these causes, admitting that the said Complainants have
been fully satisfied their claims &c. and Benjamin Schoonover producing in Court a transfer by Wm
Schoonover & Daniel Schoonover devisees under the Will of the said Solomon Schoonover of all their interest in these Suits [portion struck out, illegible] - and the said Benjamin Schoonover in his proper person consenting that [illegible, might be "the deft"] Hezekiah Stout may have a decree for $115: as his costs out of the [funds] arising from the sale of the land in the Bills & Proceedings mentioned, purchased by the said Benjamin Schoonover It is therefore by consent of parties adjudged, ordered and decreed that [portion struck out, illegible] T. G. Bland be appointed to collect said funds pay to the said Stout the said sum of $115. and his costs in [illegible] and [portion struck out, illegible] and pay over the residue to the said Benjamin Schoonover after
retaining the Sheriff & sd Blands fees as commr for making sd sale


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