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Virginia, in the High Court of Chancery, March 16, 1798

Virginia, in the High Court of Chancery, March 16, 1798

between Robert Pleasants, son and heir of John Pleasants, dec"d., pltf., and Mary Logan, widow and administratix of Charles Logan, and devisee of John Pleasants and Jonathan Pleasants, deceased, Elizabeth Pleasants, administratrix of Joseph Pleasants, deceased, Isaac Pleasants and Jane, his wife, Samuel Pleasants, junior, Thomas Pleasants, junior, and Margaret, his wife, Robert Langley and Elizabeth, his wife, Daniel Teasdale and Margaret, his wife, late Margaret Langley, Elizabeth Langley the younger, and Anne May, defendants

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Published by s.n. in [Richmond? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trials -- Virginia,
  • Slaves -- Virginia,
  • Slaves -- Emancipation -- Virginia,
  • Slave records -- Virginia

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 100231
    ContributionsLogan, Mary, Virginia. High Court of Chancery
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination18 p
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15570650M

    Wythe's Slaves. As noted above, George Wythe did own slaves. Records from document Wythe's sale of a Negro slave girl, Lucy, to his mother's brother-in-law. In one of Wythe's slaves, a man named Charles, was placed in the Williamsburg jail for an unknown charge and later sentenced to work in the lead mines in western Virginia. For some authors, Wythe's involvement in slavery, both. The Library of Virginia’s Digital Library Program. Newspaper & Periodical Databases and Indexes; Accomack County. Death Notices These marriage and death notices were abstracted from original and microfilm copies of various newspapers and cover the period through 31 December The Accomac Court House Peninsula Enterprise has been thoroughly abstracted from 30 June .

    George Wythe (/ w ɪ θ /;December 3, – June 8, ) was the first American law professor, a noted classics scholar, and a Virginia first of the seven Virginia signatories of the United States Declaration of Independence, Wythe served as one of Virginia's representatives to the Continental Congress and the Philadelphia Convention. Wythe taught and was a mentor to Thomas Born: December 3, , Chesterville, Elizabeth City . RUSSELL COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEED BOOK 2, abstracted by Tom Colley. , pages, index, notes (8"x11 format). A continuation of the series above. To view a digital copy of the index to this book, visit Index-Rcd2 (Use your back arrow to return to Iberian's catalog).

    Full text of "A register of the General Assembly of Virginia, , and of the Constitutional Conventions" See other formats. RECORD BOOKS IN CIRCUIT COURT OFFICE. BOOK MARKED "RECORDS." page Page st November, , Peter Blake, Jeremiah Smith, Ro. CAMPBELL have moved to Green County, North Carolina, and John and James Donaghe are preparing to move thither. RECORD BOOKS IN CIRCUIT COURT OFFICE. BOOK MARKED "RECORDS." page


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Title: Virginia, in the High Court of Chancery, Ma between Robert Pleasants, son and heir of John Pleasants. Virginia: in the High Court of Chancery, Ma Between Robert Pleasants, son and heir of John Pleasants, dee'd. Plif. and Mary Logan, widow and administratix of Charles Logan, and devisee of John Pleasants and Jonathan Pleasants.

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Be the first. Virginia: in the High Court of Chancery, Ma [microform]: Between Robert Pleasants, son and heir of John Pleasants, dee'd. Plif. and Mary Logan, widow and administratix of Charles Logan, and devisee of John Pleasants and Jonathan Pleasants, 16 March Filed under: Slave records -- Virginia Virginia: in the High Court of Chancery, Ma Between Robert Pleasants, son and heir of John Pleasants, dee'd.

Plif. and Mary Logan, widow and administratix of Charles Logan, and devisee of John Pleasants and Jonathan Pleasants. Virginia: in the High Court of Chancery, Ma Between Robert Pleasants, son and heir of John Pleasants, dee'd.

March 16. and Mary Logan, widow and administratix of Charles Logan, and devisee of John Pleasants and Jonathan Pleasants by: Pleasants, Robert, Virginia: in the High Court of Chancery, Ma Between Robert Pleasants, son and heir of John Pleasants, dee'd.

Plif. and Mary Logan, widow and administratix of Charles Logan, and devisee of John Pleasants and Jonathan Pleasants by Pleasants, RobertAuthor: Swem Library.

The Virginia Court of Appeals upholds the High Court of Chancery's decision that John Pleasants III's intention to free his slaves ought to be honored. Which is a period not denied by any book. For the authorities are all affirmatively, in the High Court of Chancery, Ma1– Virginia: in the High Court of Chancery, Ma [microform]: Between Robert Pleasants, son and heir of John Pleasants, dee'd.

Plif. and Mary Logan, widow and administratrix of Charles Logan, and devisee of John Pleasants and Jonathan Pleasants, 16 March pages. Item available on microform format. Collection number: EVANS Virginia Memory hosts 67 of the approximate 72 titles housed in both the Library's Map Collection and Special Collections.

Many of these maps were part of the exhibit Maps, Charts, & Atlases: The Alan M. Voorhees Collection at the Library of Virginia held from March 1, –July 3, for the inaugural Voorhees lecture. John Marshall (Septem – July 6, ) was an American politician and lawyer who served as the fourth Chief Justice of the United States from to Marshall remains the longest-serving chief justice and fourth-longest serving justice in Supreme Court history, and he is widely regarded as one of the most influential justices to ever sit on the Supreme s/wars: American Revolutionary War.

Virginia, in the High Court of Chancery, Ma between Robert Pleasants, son and heir of John Pleasants, dec'd. pltf., and Mary Logan, widow and administratrix of Charles Logan and divisee of John Pleasants and Jonathan Pleasants, deceased, defendents.

Published: (). "At a court held for Halifax county, Januthe within writing, purporting to be the nuncupative will of Orpha A. Anderson, deceased, was exhibited in court by William A.

Powell for probate, and thereupon ordered that Anna Denton, formerly Anna Anderson and Mary Anderson, be summoned to appear here on the fourth Monday in March next. Courthouse was burned on 15 Decemberdestroying many loose papers and minute books from the periods and Lost federal censuses:, ; For suggestions about research in places that suffered historic record losses, see: Burned Counties.

List of Books. Catalogue Volume Catalogue Short Title Long Title Author Name Reports of cases argued and adjudged in the Court of Appeals of Virginia: [June term-Nov. term, Joseph Tate, David Call The history and practice of the High Court of Chancery: In which is introduced, an account of the Geoffrey Gilbert.

[7] Fairfax County Court Minute Book,16 Aprilp. [8] John Triplett, Map of a Road from Georgetown to Stevensburg. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Superior Court of Chancery. The Superior Court of Chancery of Fredericksburg () had jurisdiction over certain Westmoreland County court cases.

An index has been compiled: Indexes of Court Records in the Clerk's Office, Fredericksburg, Virginia, Wills and estate records were destroyed in a courthouse fire. Deeds, orders, wills and fiduciary books were lost or severely damaged by fire in June during the American Civil War after having been removed from the courthouse.

Many loose records remaining at the courthouse survived. Pre deeds and wills were re-recorded particularly after November He was also taxable in Elizabeth City County on a year-old slave in [Personal Property Tax List, p.1].

Edward and his sister Elizabeth were identified as the heirs of James Berry in a York County chancery case in which Edward's sister brought a successful suit against Edward's heirs [LVA, Chancery case ].

Inthe assembly elected Wythe to serve on the newly created High Court of Chancery, where he stayed the rest of his life, even after receiving offers of seats on higher courts. He twice used his position to rule that slavery was unconstitutional, including in Pleasants v.

Thomas Johnson, James Johnson, Baker Johnson, and Roger Johnson vs. John Shank and Barbara Shank. FR. Petition to record deed for Vine Garding, Longatebough, High Rum.

Recorded (Chancery Record) 40, p. Accession No.: 17, MSA S .The High Court of Chancery of Maryland having been organized at the time of the revolution to take the place of its prototype, the High Court of Chancery of England, it may be assumed that the duty of conscience-keeper did not become obsolete, but was transmitted along with the other functions of the Lord High Chancellor of England to.He further deposes 16 May,that on the 11th of January last he had in the ship Constance, then and now delayed at Ilfracombe in her voyage to Virginia, four servants, namely, William GILLAM, John Elwoode, Thomas Hudson and William Hulett, of whom Hulett and Hudson have since run.] York County Will Book ___, page ___ 6 May