The Lynchburg Virginian
The Lynchburg Virginian
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Description: Legal Notice: Bank of Virginia vs. Morriss et al.

Date: August 30 1832

Newspaper published in: Lynchburg, Va.

Page/Column: 4/1

Legal Notice: Bank of Virginia vs. Morriss et al.

At a Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery, continued and held for the Town of Lynchburg, at the court house in the said town, on Wednesday, the 27th of June, 1832, sitting as a Court of Chancery.

The President, Directors and Company of the Bank of Virginia, Plaintiffs.
Against
Robert Morriss, and William Dunnington, and Peter Dunnington, brothers of James Dunnington, dec’d, Mary Maddox, and others, Defendants.

And the same Plaintiffs.
Against
William Dunnington, deceased, Mary Maddox, a sister of the said James Dunnington, and others, Defendants.

The defendant Davidson BRADFUTE having departed this life, the court doth order, that the same be suggested of record; and it appearing to the court that George B. WOODSON, late Marshal of the Superior Court of Chancery for the Lynchburg District, hath wholly failed to pay into either of the Banks at this place, to the credit of these [unreadable], the sum of one thousand six hundred and forty-one dollars and fifty-five cents, reported by the Commissioner to be in his hands on the thirty-first day of December, 1826, arising from collections made by him under and in pursuance of the decretal order entered in these causes, on the third day of November, 1821, and it also appearing to the court that Walthal HOLCOMBE, Tscharner WOODSON, Edward BOOKER, James C. MOORMAN, Henry CLARK, William ROBINSON, James C. ANDERSON, Micajah LYNCH, John LYNCH, Jr., Edward LYNCH, Anselm LYNCH, Francis CALLAWAY. Nancy RAINE, Hugh RAINE, Charles RAINE, and Miller WOODSON, were securities of the said George B. WOODSON, as late Marshal, as aforesaid, and that the said Walthal HOLCOMBE, Tscharner WOODSON, Micajah LYNCH, Anselm LYNCH, and Nancy RAINE, have departed this life, the court doth order that Judith HOLCOMBE, administratrix with the will annexed of the said Walthal HOLCOMBE, dec’d. Joseph R. WOODSON, executor of the said Tscharner WOODSON, dec’d. Micajah DAVIS, administrator with the will annexed of the said Micajah LYNCH,

Charles LYNCH, executor of the said Anselm LYNCH, dec’d out of the assets in their hands respectively belonging to the estate of the respective testators, if so much thereof they have, and john RAINE, administrator of the said Nancy RAINE, dec’d out of the assets of the intestate, in his hands, to be administered, if so much thereof he hath, and the said George B. WOODSON, Edward BOOKER, James C. MOORMAN, Henry CLARK, William ROBINSON, James C. ANDERSON, John LYNCH, junior, Edward LYNCH, Francis CALLAWAY, Hugh RAINE, Charles RAINE, and Miller WOODSON, out of their own respective goods and chattels, do pay into one of the banks at this place, to the credit of these suits, subject to the future order of the court, the said sum of one thousand six hundred and forty-one dollars and fifty-five cents, with interest, after the rate of six per centum per annum on one thousand four hundred and sixty dollars and twenty-six cents, part thereof, from the thirty-first day of December, 1826 until paid, on or before the third day of the next term, unless being previously served with a copy of this order, they shew cause to the contrary. And the Court doth further order that, as to the said George B. WOODSON and James C. ANDERSON, who reside out of this State, a publication of this order in some newspaper published in the town of Lynchburg, for one month previous to the commencement of the next term, shall be deemed a sufficient service of this order.

A Copy Teste,
D. RODES,
Clerk
Aug. 23.

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