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All items transcribed and submitted by Veneta McKinney unless otherwise noted

Act for Berry Cantrell to Be Able to Peddle Due to Disability

PROBATE RECORDS

BANISTER, SELETHA  - Letters of Administration

COLE, JACOB - Administrator's Notice

DICKINSON, JOHN - Substitution Notice

DICKINSON, J. J. -  Final Settlement

CHANCERY RECORDS

WILLS

ORPHANS BOOK

Minor Children of MARY ROBINSON - contrib by Mona Mills

ATTACHMENT NOTICES

GUYTON vs POLLARD

Elisha Vickery - Plaintiff Vs PRICE & KING, Defts - Kansas City Memphis & Birmingham Railroad Company, Garnishee - 1887

WEEKS BROTHERS Vs PRICE & KING & Kansas City, Memphis, & Birmingham Railroad Company, Garnishee - 1887

WILEY & SHAW Vs PRICE & KING & Kansas City, Memphis, & Birmingham Railroad Company, Garnishee - 1887

CIRCUIT COURT

Proceedings for April 1887

Marion County Herald - April 19, 1887 - pg 4

CIRCUIT COURT -After the burning of the court house Judge SPEAKE thought it advisable not to have the petit jury present, as the prospects were that the cases would not e reinstated on docket in time for trial, consequently there were no cases tried, and none heard except motions and orders granted and no judgments taken except by consent and by default.

All papers in the civil cases heretofore brought were substituted by orders asked for and granted in each case.

Also on motion of the Solicitor the venire for the Grand Jury was substituted and the following judgments were taken and cases disposed of:

RANKIN & Co. vs. M. M. FRAZIER, Judgment by consent for $148.00.

RANKIN & Co. vs. FRAZIER & GAST, judgment by consent for $895.00.

BUCKNER & Co. vs. FRAZIER & GAST, judgment by consent for $1800.00.

BUCKNER & Co. vs. M. M. FRAZIER Judgment by consent for $483.88.

J. R. BOLIN vs. H. L. HUGHES and M. E. HUGHES Judgment by default for $102.35

ADAMS THRONE & Co. vs. M. L. and J. F. SPEARMAN dismissed at costs of plffs.

CULLEN & NEWMAN vs. M. D. L. SPEARMAN judgment by default $119.50

JOHN MITCHELL vs. A. J. TAYLOR Alios Summons and complaint and continued.

OSCAR SARGENT vs. H. POLLARD, order to sell land.

OSCAR SARGEANT s. J. M. STACKS order to sell land

T. L. SHOTTS vs. D. T. KNOWLES order to sell land.

W. F. ROBERTSON vs. S. A. REED continued by defendant.

MCQUISON and HERSON vs. J. A. POPE judgment by default for $254.88

ADAMS THRONE and Co. vs. FRANZIER & GAST continued

R. W. THOMPSON vs. P. H. KING cont'd.

M. M. FRAZIER vs. CYNTHIA BOLEY judgment by default for $107.84

R. W. THOMPSON vs. PRICE & KING continued.

D. W. STONE vs. D. T. KNOWLES judgment by default for $134.10 and order of sale of property under attachment.

R. W. THOMPSON vs. PRICE & KING plaintiffs required to give additional security.

ATTACHMENT NOTICE - The State of Alabama, Marion County - W. GUYTON, Plaintiff - Vs RICHARD POLLARD, Defendant - J. C. WEATHERLY and W. R. H. LODEN, Garnishees - Before me as Justice of the Peace this 17th day of March 1887, came the plaintiff by attorney in the above entitled cause, and it appearing that the property of defendant has been levied on by virtue of a garnishment issued from my office, and that the garnishees indebtedness and that the said defendant is a non-resident of this state, it is therefore ordered that notice of said garnishment by attachment be given to the said RICHARD POLLARD once a week for three successive weeks before the 26th day of May 1887 in the Marion Herald , a weekly newspaper published in said county on which day he must attend or judgment may be rendered against him. JOHN F. COOLEY, J. P. A. J. STANFORD, attorney for plaintiff (Marion Herald, May 12, 1887, pg 1)

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE - SELETHA BANISTER, Deceased - Estate of Probate Court of Marion County - Letters of Administration upon the estate of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 25th day of May 1887 by the Hon. WALTER H. MATTHEWS judge of the Probate Court of Marion County. Notice is hereby given that all person having claims against said estate will be requited to present the same within the time allowed by law or that the same will be barred. W. R. BULL, Admr.

PROBATE NOTICE - The State of Alabama, Marion County - Probate Court Spec. July term - July 1st 1887 - To ADELINE BOSTICK and her husband WILLIAM BOSTICK - You will take notice that W B. DICKINSON, administrator of the estate of JOHN J. DICKINSON Deceased, has filed his application in my office for an order to substitute for the originals which have been lost or destroyed, all the papers, records and proceedings heretofore had in this court, in the administration of said estate. This is therefore to notify you that the 1st day of August is set of the hearing of said application at which time you may appear at my office in Hamilton to contest if you think proper. - WALTER H. MATTHEWS, Judge Probate

NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT - The State of Alabama, Marion County - Probate Court - 7th day of July 1887 - J. J. DICKINSON, Deceased, Estate of - This day came WM. B. DICKINSON, the administration of said Estate and filed his statement, accounts, vouchers and evidences for a final settlement of his administration. It is therefore ordered that the 12th day of August 1887 be appointed a day on which to make such settlement at which time all parties interested can appear and contest the said settlement if they think proper. - WALTER H MATTHEWS, Judge of Probate

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE - The State of Alabama, Marion County - Probate Court, Spec Term July 25, 1887 - To DAN COLE and all others whom it may concern: You will take notice that W R. H. LODEN administrator of the estate of JACOB H. COLE, deceased as his application in my office for an order to substitute for the originals which have been lost or destroyed all the papers records, and proceeding heretofore had in this court in the administration of said estate. This is therefore to notify you that the 12th day of September 1887 has been set for the hearing of said application at which time you may appear and contest the same if you think proper. Witness my hand and seal this the 25th day July 1887 WALTER H. MATTHEWS, P. J.

ATTACHMENT NOTICE - ELISHA VICKERY, Plaintiff Vs PRICE & KING, Defts - Kansans City Memphis & Birmingham Railroad Company, Garnishee Whereas an attachment issued out of the Circuit court of Marion County Ala. in the above styled cause on the 27th day of July 1887 was duly levied on the 29th day July 1887 and on 2nd day August 1887, in Jefferson county, Alabama by the sheriff of said county, summoning the Kansas City, Memphis & Birmingham Railroad Company as garnishee supposed to e indebted to, or having in its passion or under its control, property belonging to the defendants as provided by law. Notice is therefore hereby given to said defendants, R. R. PRICE and P. H. KING, partners trading under the firm name of PRICE & KING of the issue and levy of said attachment as above stated, and that the same is returnable before the said Circuit Court at the next regular term thereof, to be held commencing on the 2nd Monday in October 1887. Given under my hand this 8th day of August 1887. L.J CLARK, Clerk, MCGUIRE & COLLIER & W. H. KEY, Plffs. Attys. - (Marion Herald, August 11, 1887)

ATTACHMENT NOTICE - WILEY & SHAW Vs PRICE & KING & Kansas City, Memphis, & Birmingham Railroad Company, Garnishee Whereas an attachment issued out of the Circuit Court of Marion County, Ala in the above styled cause on the 30th day of July 1887, was July levied on the 1st day of August 1887 in Jefferson County, Alabama by the Sheriff of said County, summoning the Kansas City, Memphis & Birmingham Rail Road Company as garnishees supposed to be indebted to, or having in its possession or under its control, property belonging to the defendants, as provided by law. Notice is therefore, hereby given to said defendants R. R. PRICE and P. H. KING, partners doing business under the firm name of Price & KING of the issuance and levy of said attachment, as above as stated, and that the same is returnable before said Circuit court at the next regular Term thereof to be held, commencing on the Second Monday in October 1887. Witness my hand August the 8th 1887 L. J. CLARK, Clerk W. H. KEY, Plff's Atty  - (Marion Herald, August 11, 1887)

ATTACHMENT NOTICE - WEEKS BROTHERS Vs PRICE & KING & Kansas City, Memphis, & Birmingham Railroad Company, Garnishee Whereas an attachment issued out of the Circuit Court of Marion County, Ala in the above styled cause on the 30th day of July 1887, was July levied on the 1st day of August 1887 in Jefferson County, Alabama by the Sheriff of said County, summoning the Kansas City, Memphis & Birmingham Rail Road Company as garnishees supposed to be indebted to, or having in its possession or under its control, property belonging to the defendants, as provided by law. Notice is therefore, hereby given to said defendants R. R. PRICE and P. H. KING, partners doing business under the firm name of Price & KING of the issuance and levy of said attachment, as above as stated, and that the same is returnable before said Circuit court at the next regular Term thereof to be held, commencing on the Second Monday in October 1887. Witness my hand August the 8th 1887 L. J. CLARK, Clerk W. H. KEY, Plff's Atty  - (Marion Herald, August 11, 1887)

Minor Children of MARY ROBINSON

(NOTE: The below pleading was by Henry Mayfield Robinson, widower of Mary Candis Wigginton Robinson.) - transcribed and submitted by Mona Robinson Mills

Orphans Record Book 2 - State of Alabama, Marion County, In Probate Court, Special Term, May 10, 1907

In the matter of the appointment of a Guardian of the minor children of Mary Robinson, Deceased.

On this day comes H. M. Robinson and presents to the court his petition in writing, under oath, praying that he may be appointed Guardian of the state of Elbert Robinson, Vera Robinson and Genera Robinson minor heirs of Mary Robinson, Deceased, ....which estate is estimated to be worth about thirty and 30/100 dollars... and it further appearing that the said H. M. Robinson is the Guardian of the said minors and a fit person to have the management of said minor's estate, it is therefore ordered that the said petition be granted, provided the said H. M. Robinson first file in this court his bond...with Della Lindsey as security thereon...

Mack Pearce, Judge of Probate

 

ACT FOR BERRY CANTRELL TO BE ABLE TO PEDDLE DUE TO DISABILITY

No. 178.] AN ACT [H. B. 582
For the relief M. J. Sorrell and BERRY CANTRELL.
     Whereas, M. J. Sorrell, of Chambers county, and Berry Cantrell, of Marion county, Alabama, are disabled ex-Con-federate soldiers, and incapable of doing manual labor; and
     Whereas, Their disabilities are such that they cannot be exempted from obtaining a license, under the general law, should they desire to peddle; therefore
     Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Alabama, That after the passage of this act M. J. Sorrell, without license of Chambers county, and Berry Cantrell, of Marion county, Alabama, be permitted to peddle in the State of Alabama, with a one or two horse wagon, as they may desire, and without obtaining license therefor, any laws to the contrary notwithstanding.
     Approved February 10,1893.

Source: Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Alabama; Montgomery, Ala, Brown Printing Co, 1893 - Transcribed by Veneta McKinney


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