Kentucky. Circuit Court (Greenup County). Court records., 1780-1840

Descriptive Summary

Title
Kentucky. Circuit Court (Greenup County). Court records., 1780-1840
Creator
Circuit Court (Greenup County, Ky)
Extent
1 box, 5 c.f.
Subjects
Court records--Kentucky--
Court records--Kentucky--Garrard County
Court records--Kentucky--Fayette County
Surveys--Kentucky
Land transactions--Registration and transfer--Kentucky
Divorce suits--Kentucky--Greenup County
Maps--Kentucky
Deeds--Kentucky
Kentucky--Circuit Court (Garrard County)
Kentucky--Circuit Court
Finding Aid Author
Archives Staff
Repository
Kentucky Historical Society

Collection Overview

Scope and Content
This collection consists of legal documents, appeals, letters of complaint, deeds, land grants, summons, and judgements for the county of Greenup in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Legal documents pertain to court cases concerning land transactions, trepassing, stealing, divorce, and other civil matters such as failure to repay promissory notes. Included are other court records from other counties. These counties are: Fayette, Lewis, and Garrard. Also included in the collection are architectural drawings for a train station that was to be built in Greenup County. The documents range in date from 1780 to 1940.
County: Garrad County, Fayette County, Greenup County

Contents of the Collection

Legal documents:

John Harvie, Charles Minn, Thurston Taylor, and Edmund Taylor, enter 10,000 acres upon Treasury Warrants on the Ohio River about mouth of Sciota, Mason County, 1780.

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George Maron and Simon Kenton enter land acreage on a Treasury Warrant. Mason County, Jan. 10, 1783.

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Andrew Dillen and Simon Canton enter land acreage on a Treasury Warrant. Mason County, Jan. 10, 1783.

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George Ma[son] of Andrew Dillens entry of 5119 (right side of bottom paper is missing). Mason County, Jan. 10, 1783.

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William Bird enters land acreage on tow Treasury Warrants adjoining George Mason's land entry. Mason County, Jan. 10, 1783.

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Surveyed for Wilham Fitzhugh land acres by Treasury Warrants adjoining survey for Richard Graham, map included. Fayette County, 1787.

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Holographic will of Charles Fleming. Chesterfield County (VA) dated Oct. 8, 1793.

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Land purchase on the Ohio in Mason County between John Easton of Louisville in Jefferson County and Moses Fugua of Kinhawa County, Virginia. Map is included. Dated 1799.

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Land grant issued May 1800, surveyed for John Harvie, Charles W. Thruston and Edmund Taylor for land in Mason County.

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Contract for mill work dated March 16, 1798 between Michael Catt and William Eills. No County mentioned.

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Promise to pay between Wm Els and Michael Catt dated March 16, 1798.

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Complaint James Hughs and George Johnston and Shores heirs as defendants concerning non-recording of deed in city of New York. Greenup Circuit Court 1816.

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Promise to pay Walter Beall Sr. by James Ward, due 1803.

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Bond, dated Sept. 14, 1802 given by William Boyd and Thomas Powel to James Ward. There is no county listed.

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Land indenture between William Fitzhugh executor of William Fitzhugh, grantor, deceased, of Washington County, State of Maryland. Filed in Fayette County in 1804.

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Receipt for portage to Mr. John Griffith by Robert Dagg PM [postmaster] of Middleburg. Nelson County, 1804.

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John Hockaday of Court of Quarter Sessions Greenup County to find and transport Andrew Mifford to court to answer broken covenant with David Blanchard, 1804.

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Promise to pay James Bradshaw for land by William Meek, 1804.

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Grievance of James Howe, foreman of the Greenup Grand Jury concerning mode of obtaining petite juries in state, 1805.

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Report from Robert D. Dawson foreman of Grand Jury naming six persons for not keeping roads in repair in Pond Run. Greenup County, 1805.

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Promise to pay Claudius Burton by William Corneulas, 1805. On verso, 1806 receipt Greenston? H. Crump? Varish?

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Due David Black for goods received by Joshua Barnar also signed Matthew Stawart?, 1808.

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Peace warrant of John Carothers of Greenup County, that he is afraid of Samuel Davis, of Greenup County, doing him bodily harm. Signed by Ruben Canterbury, Sheriff, 1808.

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Finding and award for damages by Greenup County Circuit Court for disturbing the peace between Thomas Oirgin and John Anderson, 1807.

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Acres of land in Mason County conveyed to John Bryan and then to Samual Becket, Samuel Beebee. (Faint not easy to read and more names appear) 1807.

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Broken covenant of David Black assignee of Berges Rogers against Austin Cornelius in Greenup county Circuit Court for twenty-six bushels of dry salt, 1809.

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Wm. Fugua, foreman of Greenup County Circuit Court Grand Jury, present Anthony Hampton for destroying road.

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Command to sheriff of Greenup County for 12 jury men in case of George Biram, accused. Dated 1809.

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Land deed between David Bradshaw and James Bradshaw, of Montgomery County. Dated 1808(9).

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Injunction to stay proceedings by Benjamin Davis against Alexander Catlett in Circuit Court, Greenup County. Dated 1810.

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Order by sheriff John Hockaday of Mason County for Lucy Byram, George Byram appear before judges of Greenup County to answer for murder of William Webb. Dated 1810.

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Sheriff of Greenup County, John Hockaday, to summon Richard Stephenson before judges for not keeping road repairs, Mason County, 1811.

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Copy of deposition of Alexander Catlett, Greenup County Circuit Court, concerning his obligation to Benjamin Davis. There are three sheets clipped together. It is dated 1811.

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Top half of paper contains an obligation of Kenneth Blake, Stephen Ballard, and Presly Sinclair bound to Charles Scott, governor of Commonwealth of Kentucky. Signed and sealed in 1812. On the bottom half, James Rice of Greenup County states before John Prago Esq. Justice of Peace apprehension of property injury by Kennth Blake. Signed and sealed in 1812.

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Obligation to pay all debts against partnership with Alex. Catlett 1808 to 1812 signed by Horatio Catlett.

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Copy of notice to take deposition of Alexander Catlett, Greenup County Chancery Court, against Benjamin Davis. Oath witnessed by Jacob Karns, J.P.G.C. Dated 1811.

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Promise to pay to Joshua Bartley to Thomas(?) Richard. On reverse: Assign not T. Richard to [?] Bartley. Dated 1812.

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Promise to pay Lewis Craig Jr. by Charles Sweet, dated 1815. On verso it was assigned to James Gow, Thomas Hood, and Andrew Beces.

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Philip Jabele and Elisha Morrill of New York City give deposition to truth in testimony. Sealed and dated 1816(?).

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Newspaper notice of future depositions to representatives of Thomas Shore, deceased with glued attached statement. Dated 1818.

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Bundle of Power of Attorneys/ Isaac Titford to Samuel (Corp? or Carp?) item "B"/ for following Justices of New York: P. H. Tabele and Elisha Morrill. Documents signed by: John Goodwin, Rob Tenoke?, John Towe?, Robert Roach, Js. Tifford, Jos. C. Cooper. Recorded and examined by T. Slocum, register in 1816.

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John Hockaday, sheriff of Greenup County, authorizing Philip Tabele and Elisha Morrill, Asst. Justices of Peace of New York City, state of New York to examine several witnesses to a suit in Chancery between James Hughes, George Johnson, and Thomas Shores's heirs. Dated 1816.

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Letter from Rowland H. Gaines of Upper Blue Licks, Nicholas County addressed to John Richards of Greensburg regarding land sale, dated 1816.

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Amendment to Bill of Complaint filed by Ja. Hughes in Greenup Circuit Court against Shores's heir, George Johnston, dated 1817.

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Order to safely keep Stephen Wilson for appearance in Greenup County Circuit Court, plea of Elisha Catlett, dated 1817.

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Indenture of 1795 between Samual Sackett and Elizabeth, his wife, of City of New York, and Joseph Conkling, Junior, and Samual P. Lloyd. This is Mason County and dated 1817.

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Greenup County preprinted indictment from completed by hand against Abraham Goble, surveyor not repairing road, dated 1817.

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Order issued by John Hockaday, sheriff of Greenup County, to find and keep Horatio Catlett on complaint of Alexander Catlett, Junior, on plea of trespass, dated 1817.

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Printed newspaper notice of 1817, Alexander Catlett, Senior, complainant against Benjamin Davis and Thomas Ward, defendants. This is encapsulated with handwritten certification of required publication of above article in the Eagle.

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Alexander Catlett complaint against Horatio Catlett as to expenses and debts of partnership entered into Greenup County Circuit Court in 1817.

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Deposition of James Norton of Greenup County, concerning James Hughes complain and the heirs of Thomas Shores, deceased, dated 1817.

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Frankfort, Franklin County, notary statement of Benjamin Ledyard, notary; Samuel Beebee who signed power of attorney; John L. Broone, clerk city and county of New York; Jacob Radcliff for city of New York Mayors Court. Beebee vs. Miles?. Dated 1817.

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Clerk of Greenup Court authorized to dismiss suits of Horatio Catlett, Alexander Catlett, Senior, Alexander Catlett, Junior, and Elisha Catlett. Dated 1817.

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Deposition of Charles Humphreys of Lexington suit in Chancery Greenup Circuit Court, James Hughes vs. John Craig, heir representative of Jno Craig and Robert Johnson. Dated 1818.

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Robert Hopkins vs. Horatio and Peter Catlett, Greenup County. Catletts' forcibly entered and detained Robert Hopkins. On verso list of 12 jurors who found defendants guilty. Dated 1818.

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Horatio Catlett vs. Abraham Breubaker for trespass. Order to safely keep him for Judge of Greenup Circuit Court, dated 1819.

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Answer of John Kenton to crop bill filed against him in Greenup Circuit Court by Daniel Durkin, dated 1819.

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Letter from agent Hiram Shortridge of Greenupsburg to John Richards of King William County, Virginia, concerning rent or lease of some land owned by Roland H. Gains, deceased. Dated 1819.

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Horatio Catlett vs. Abraham Bruebaker in Greenup County for trespass and armed force tore down fences enclosing a close, dated 1819.

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Deposition of Jacob Sandushy for Greenup County Circuit Court. James Hughes and complainants George Johnstone and Shoreshurs, defendants in land description disagreement. Dated 1819.

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Agreement to bind James Meeks and James Bradshaw unto John Cracraff. Dated 1819.

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Letter to H. Shortridge, ESQ. concerning note drawn by Horatio Catlett and endorsed by his brother Dr. Catlett. Dated 1819.

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Summons for James Applegate to appear to answer the complaint of Charles C. Jackson from W.C. Moon, Justice of the Peace, Greenup County, dated 1820. On verso there is an 1822 judgment in favor of the plaintiff.

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Certification that the order of the Greenup County Circuit Court concerning Jonathan Morton's heirs and John Lawson vs. Thruston's heirs was published in "The Union" from Jan. to March 1820, signed by Lewis Collins, Jr.

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Certification from "The Eagle" that the order of Greenup Circuit Court re William Aills against Michael Catt's heirs was published for nine weeks, signed by Lewis Collins with a certification of notice that William Aills will attend the houses of Thomas Mitchell and Rowland T. Parker to take depositions was published in "The Eagle" with a certification that Lewis Collins appeared before the Justice of the Peace, Jas. Chambers, of Mason County. Both certificates where dated 1821.

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Certification from David V. Rannells, editor of "The Union, that the suit of Reuben Beeman in Greenup County vs. Rebecca Beeman was published for two months with a bill for the balance owing. This was dated 1822.

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Certification from David Rannells, editor of the "The Union", that a notice to Mrs. Rebecca Beeman of the intent of Reuben Beeman to take depositions of Calvin Stone, Claudius Stanneds, Michael M'Nutt and his wife at the home of Christopher Crary in Geaugga, OH. for evidence in suit in Greenup Circuit Court, with certification from Jas. Ellis, Jr. dated 1822.

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Bill for resetting and burning brick to Andrew Biggs from Joseph Selton. Miscellaneous bills for corn, a knife, salt, turnips, and a gun on the verso. This was dated 1821.

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Jury statement from B.L. Rankins finding for the plaintiff Joseph Shelton against Andrew Biggs, dated 1821.

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John R. Whitwood vs. Andrew Biggs, estate dispute dated 1822.

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Greenup Circuit Court suit. Depositions of Josiah Chapman, Thomas B. King, in suit involving Morton's heirs, and John Harvies heirs, dated 1823.

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Depositions taken in the house of James McGuires in the town of Greensburg concerning the heirs of Jonathan Mortin. Greenup County depositions signed by Chas. Smith, Thomas B. King, and Isiah Morton, dated 1823.

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Acknowledgment of 1820 lease between Fredrick W.S. Grayson and Nathaniel Dawson. Dated 1823.

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Deposition in the case of Reuban Beeman vs. Rebecca Beeman from Claudius Stannar taken in Geaugga County, Ohio, re her behavior, dated 1823.

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Certification by David Rannells that in 1823 as Editor of the "Union" he published the complaint of Reuben Beeman for a divorce from Rebecca Beeman, dated 1824.

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Promissory note assigned to John Williams from Canady Kern to be paid in cattle by John Barutone. This was dated 1824.

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Receipt from Robert L. Smith for a Negro slave from John J. Jackson, dated 184?.

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Request for a new trial in the case of Biggs vs. Shelton, dated 1825.

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Eight pages on ledger of Account of Pactolus Furnace, dated 1825.

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Greenup County complaint of Lewis Craig against John C. Henry with "not guilty" jury finding, dated 1825.

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Land grant from Joseph Desha, Governor of Kentucky, to Absalom Young Roberts in Greenup County, Warrant no. 10465, dated 1826.

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Appeal bond in the Court of Appeals from a judgment of the Greenup Circuit Court in favor of Lewis Craig by John C. Kouns and Thomas J. Shrew, dated 1826.

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Bill of exceptions filed in the case of John C. Kouns and Lewis Craig, dated 1826.

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John Kenton answer to a crop bill filed by Daniel Durbin in which Isaac Bradshaw and others are complaints, dated 1826.

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Act of exceptions at the trial of Lewis Craig vs. John C. Kouns, mentions testimony of Robert Doughetry, John Peebles, Thomas Richards, William Biggs, George N. Davis, Mr. Colgrove, John Frazier, John Hockaday, James Hew, and John M. McDonnell., dated 1826.

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Greenup County Circuit Court document on demise of Phillip Craig vs. Don Quiscott with notice to John C. Kouns, dated 1827.

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Greenup county Circuit Court document, John Doe on demise of R.M. Biggs vs. Don Quiscott with notice to John C. Kouns, dated 1827.

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Greenup County Circuit Court, Charles Buford vs. George Williams who "felled cut, cut down, prostrated, and destroyed" trees.

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Greenup County Circuit Court, John Doe complains of Richard Roe in custody of a plea of trespass and ejectment involving Thornsbury Kirk, dated 1827.

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Greenup County Circuit Court answer of Nathaniel Dawson to a suit of Robert Carter, Alfred Carter, and the other children and heirs of Hebe Carter, deceased, and Fredrick W. Grayson, attested by J. C. Couns, 1827.

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Greenup County Circuit Court (Police?) Allen Baker complains of Robert Smith "did strike and smite many grievous blows". Reply of Smith written in pencil. Also list court cost and is dated 1828.

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State of Kentucky Court of Appeals - John C. Kouns against Lewis Craig upon an appeal from a Judgment of the Greenup County Circuit Court. Judgment reversed, 1828.

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Greenup Circuit Court suit of Jefferson Bell against James Ward, Jr., Direction to the clerk of the court from J.C. Kouns, dated 1828.

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Notice from Ephraine Goble to Benjamin Anderson or William Pouner that Goble will take the deposition of Reley (?) McGuire at the house of Esq. J. Powers in Brown County, Ohio, re suit in the Greenup Circuit Court between Benjamin Anderson and Ephraine Goble, dated 1828.

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Notice to the sheriff of Greenup County to have Thomas Campbell, James McMurtry, and Jacob Kouns appear in Court to answer unto Joseph Carter, assignee of Fredrick W. S. Grayson, on a plea of Debt., Signed by John Workaday. Dated 1828.

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Commonwealth of Kentucky, Sct. Grand Jurors of Greenup County saying James E. McDowell, overseer of the public highway from Amanda Furnace to the bridge branch to be out of Horatio Catlett on a printed form signed by Josiah Martin in 1828.

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Letter from Parkersburg, Virginia, informing the receiver of accusations of his brother's indiscreet conduct toward a Miss Beck. Mentions a Mr. Hord and appears to be the first page of a continuing letter. The letter was written in 1828. The date 1831 on the second page signed J.J. Jackson addressed to Robert Carter (?) in Sandy, Kentucky. Letter was introduced as exhibit in a trial.

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Eleven page document relating to above letter of John J. Jackson introduced in Greenup Co. Circuit Court. Mentions John N. Hord, and Ann L. Hord, his wife, Ann L. Beckwith, Arthur Beckwith, and Robert Carter. This was written in 1831.

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Greenup County certification of a six page document as the answer of Alfred E. Carter to a bill against him by Matilda Beckwith who gave him power of attorney in 1824 for the purpose of collection a claim due her from the estate of her farther, Jno. Carter. This certification was given in 1832.

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Account of Jacob Frizzle with During Carter and Co. for cloth, needles, scissors, and salt, dated RockPort 1832.

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Rogers Shrewsbury statement of account to McKoy Poages Co. Mentions Houghton's note, J. Miller's check, Shreve Paul, Chas Fisher, and others. It is dated 1834.

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Agreement between Thomas A. Davis, William R. Durning, and John D. Carter, all of Lewis Co., Kentucky re their interests in the Rock Port steam mill. (Could Rock Port be located in Muhlenburg County?)

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Receipt for payment by John G. McDonle on a note from Aaron Stratton and for During Carter's note which was put into hands of Socrates T. Col (?)K. Also receipt on Mrs. Swearings. This is dated 1834.

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Printed Greenup County form commanding the Sheriff to take Ephram Goble into custody to answer William M. Shreve, trustee of Boyce of a plea of trespass signed by Robert D. Stockton in 1834.

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Deed between Israel Pembleton Hutchinson, Randal Hutchinson, and Elizabeth, wife of said Randall, of Philadelphia, Pa. and David Trimble of Greenup County concerning 32,000 acres of land in Fayette (now Greenup) County, Kentucky. It is dated 1834.

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Deposition of Randal Hutchinson of Philadelphia in pursuance of evidence in a suit pending in Chancery in Greenup Circuit Court between William H. Harrison and David Trimble and others. Case includes records on the contested land going back to 1786. Bound with faded red ribbon and is dated 1835.

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Notice to David Trimble and John Trimble that William H. Harrison will take depositions of Israel P. Hutchinson and Randall Hutchinson at the office of the Mayor of Philadelphia to be used as evidence in a trial in Greenup Circuit Court. It is dated 1835.

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Greenup County thin paper check to T.H. Pouge signed by L.L. McCoy Poage. Reverse side is payable to Nob Taylor Barker and Wm. S. Hatch. Possible endorsement by Rogers and Shrewsbury. It is dated 1836.

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Deposition of Jesse Camphill of the house of William Hapton in County of Greenup in a suit between,(?) and Jacob Kouns vs. William Biggs, William R. Biatly (?), and others. Case relates to trying ore at Clinton Furnance. It is dated 1836.

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Dispute between Thomas N. Pouge, John Hollingsworth, and John Rogers, Jr. on a printed form from the Franklin Bank of Cincinnati, Ohio. John Rogers contends that it his signature has been used in an unauthorized manner. Attacked checks say Clinton Furnace. It is dated 1837.

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David Trimble, John Trimble, and William Trimble vs. injunction bond of William H. Harrison in the Greenup County Circuit Court, dated 1837.

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Harrison vs. Trimble and others -and- Trimbles vs. Dixon and others. Answer John Dixon_____Eyre. (Appears to be a label of Chancery Court file.)

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Notice to Mr. Richard Deering that Pleasant M. Savage took a deposition at the house of Matilda Beckwith in the county of Carter to be read as evidence in the suit pending in Greenup County Circuit Court between Alfred G. Carter and Deering and Savage. Savage intends to take a deposition from John M. Morten in the office of Francis J. Nordn in the city of Maysville to be read in the same suit. This is dated 1838.

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Half of a document for Joseph Gray concerning 1,000 acres of land. Dated 1839.

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Land patent of James Hutchinson answer to crop bills of tenant farmer, William H. Harrison, and others by Willis Crump in Greenup Circuit Court. Filed in 1835 and continued until 1845.

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Inventory and appraisement of estate of Martha Stitts personal property. Recorded in Greenup County Circuit Court in 1846.

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Copy of Wm. Comins report to auditor of Greenup County Court Clerk office, Richard Graham, concerning land taxation. Certified to be true copy in 1864(?) 1867(?). Originally written in 1848.

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Sixty day order to Jacob Morgan of Washington, PA, dated 1854, and singed by James Pollock, to pay Wm. S. Calohan, Esq. No county listed.

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Letter of 1855 from Jane Pollock, teacher of parochial summer school in Belleviment(?), Pa. to her brother Mr. Samuel M. Pollock of Washington, Iowa.

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Two promissory notes made by Wilson Baird and Co. to Wm. C. Whitcher and co. and singed statement of Joshua H. Bates Administrator of Estate. Seal of Commissioner of Deeds for Kentucky attached. Notes written in 1858.

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Transcript (1859) of the records and 1805 will of William Bird of St. Stephens, King and Queen County, Virginia. Seals attached of Robert Pollard, Jr. cc and John Sumpkin, Justice of king and Queen County Court.

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Greenup County Circuit Court 1860, judgment and order of sale the Greenup Furnace, lands, fixtures, etc., so required to pay plaintiffs Darlington, Wurts, and McConnell.

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Judgment of William H. Harrison against David Trimbles et. al. Dismissed in Court of Appeals in 1841. Filed 1860 book v. 257, 258, Greenup Circuit Court.

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Wm. Belcher, Joseph N. Bimpson, D.S. Murdock, and Thomas I Murdock move in Greenup Circuit Court land sale of Amanda Furnace be set aside. Notarized in Lawrence County, Oh in 1864.

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Notarization of William T. and Eunice Shelby's signatures said to be on attached deed (which was not found), by John Wolf, clerk of Richland County, ILL, in 1864. Seal is attached.

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Receipt for Mr. Jere Davidson, commissioner Greensburg and newspaper clipping announcing sale at auction the Amanda Furnace.

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Notarized public Instrument of Protest no. 7863, signed by Peter Outcalt notary for Hamilton County, OH in 1866. Said to be attached to bank draft directed to Jas. A. Johnson, Captain Maysville, Ky.

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Carter Circuit Court Perry G.P. Bruce against Eifort asking for change of venue. Sworn to Justice of Peace for Lewis County, Ky. in 1866.

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Sheriff's deed of execution conveyed land in Richland County, Illinois to Robert G. Fowler.

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Land indenture between Matt Ellis of New York and Walter Hunnewell of Boston, County of Suffolk, Mass. and the Iron Hills Railway Co. and Corporation for 32,000. Carter County Court in 1870.

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Article of Agreement of employment with W.P. Bennet by Bennets and Creycraft for operating Grist Mill in 1869.

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Satisfaction in full for mortgage between William T. Shelby, Eunice Shelby, his wife, and Robert G. Fowler. Richland County, Illinois. The warranty deed was recorded in 1864 and paid off in 1871.

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Notarized statement between Albert B. Voorheis and John Sydenstricker concerning notes due. Attached is a statement of 1872 account with Miller, Voorheis, and Co. of Portsmouth, OH. The notarized statement is dated 1873.

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Alexander R. Clark of A.B. Clark and Bro. notarized statement (1783) for foods sold to John Syndenstricker and unpaid by him.

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Notarized statement of Edwin B. Robbins of Robbins, Stone, and Hyde for non-payment of attached note of John Sydenstricker for 150.62 dollars for merchandise.

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Wayne County, Indiana, application for issuance of letters of guardianship for minor children of Lot E. Morgan late of Scierre(?) County, California. Dated 1875.

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Depositions concerning qualifications of W.H. Clifton and entitlement of teaching certificates in his suit against Greenup County Court. Also depositions from Richmond, County of Henrica, Virginia, and Greenup County. Dated 1877.

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Notice that depositions will be taken in evidence in suit of Josh Humphreys guardian for heirs of James Hughes against George Johnston and heirs of Thomas Shore, in Greenup Circuit Court. Dated 1879.

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Report of Commissioner's sale of Carter Caves property by judgment of Greenup Circuit Court. Printed sale notice attached. Dated 1880.

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Freight bill of McFarland, Sanfort, and Co., J.M. Todd, for goods shipped from Portsmouth, Ohio to Quincy, Lewis County, Kentucky. Dated 1881.

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Injunction (1881) filed by W.H. Clifton vs. Greenup County Court, W.H. Clifton principal and others.

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Vigo (Steamer) Quincey, Lewis County, Kentucky, dated 1881. Four freight bills paid by B.F. Bennent, trustee fro Kenton Furnace Co., from Sept. 27 to Oct. 31, 1881.

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Quincy, Lewis County, 1881. Six order stubs issued by Kentocn Furnace to pay in merchandise various dollar amounts.

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Greenup County sworn statement of Salomon Nichalls regarding his claim in the suit of B.F. Bennent. Dated 1882.

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Letter from R.G. Fowler of Tarpon Springs, Fla. to M.J. McMullen, Esq., tax collector Hillsborough County, Fla., reqiestomg return of check for taxes. Attached is envelope with thirteen cancelled checks. Dates range from 1899-1901.

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Bill of sale of schooner called Asa M. Lowe based in Tampa, Fla., Alexander Donaldson to R.G. Fowler and Ernest Meres. Dated 1902.

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Bill of sale os schooner called President Fillmore based in Key West, Fla. John F. Horr to R. G. Fowler and Co.

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Unidentified photograph dated 1930 of woman. Reverse side numbered 1307-28.

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Printed form warranty deed from Mary J. Fowler, widow to Sara Fowler for land in county of Pinellas, Florida. Recorded in 1936.

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Appointment of Thomas Winsor Riley to position with national Bituminous Coal Commission. Dated 1937.

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Receipt for automobile registration fee to Thomas W. Riley. Dated 1937.

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Envelope from Marshall, Mich. to Paul Warnock of Greenup County. Dated 1937.

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Member pass to House of Representative, Washington D.C. to Mr. Tom Bill Riley. Dated 1940.

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Sale Bill of William Ridgeways Estate listing goods, to whom they were sold, and prices received.

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Lewis Craig vs. John Karnes request for stay. No county listed.

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Folded in three section, faint pencil writing showing "sale" "dirt" and faint math figures. No county is listed.

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Folded paper in shape of envelope from Greenupsburg, April 19th, addressed to Rev. and Jno Richards, Bowlers Post Office, King and Queen County, Virginia.

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Folded paper in shape of envelope from Flemingsburg, Ky., dated Jul. 10, Biggs and Beatty addressed to William Riggs, Esq., Greenupsburg, Greenup County.

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Folded sheet paper with partial land survey map. No identifying marks or dates.

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Miss McMahan to Deering, Carter County, Ky., 1 pr. shoes for 75cents.

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Three 3x5 index cards with note for what appears to be a school speech. No county is listed.

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Small piece of paper with notes about meaning of legal terms or cases. Some names mentioned include Rice, Harrison, Bibb, Furley, Rogers, and L. Poage.

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Small piece of paper showing Lucy Byram suing commonwealth. No date or county. Signed by Walker Reid for defendant.

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Sympathy letter dated Sept. 25 from Shelbyville, Ky., Shelby County from Mrs. Beckman to Mrs. Charlie Procter.

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Photograph of Greenup High School Tigers # 5715 football team. Eleven names given and the mascots name on the reverse side.

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To vote republican sample "of how" to by picture.

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Land suites in chancery in Greenup Court between Wm. H. Harrison and D. and J. Trimble and others. Questions and Answers.

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Land transaction:

Quit Claim deed between John Doreh of McCreary County, grantee, and Samuel and Margaret Stitt, Indiana, grantor. Dated 1845.

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Legal documents:

Henderson (Superindendant of Public Instruction) sent postcard to W. H. Clifton of Greenup County to inform him of errors in his bank draft. Dated 1878.

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Notice of depositions I the W.H. Clifton vs. J.B. Noris case in Greenup County, dated 1882.

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Teaching certificate (1876) of W. H. Clifton resident of Greenup County, Kentucky.

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Greenup County census report of the District Colored Trustee dated 1881.

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Clifton vs. Greenup County. Depositions dated 1882.

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Bill of Complaint, dated 1829, filed in Greenup Circuit Court. Jenks Brown and Augustus C. Brown vs. James McKoy.

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Land Grant, 1797 in Mason County, by virtue of treasury warrant issued to Joseph Craig.

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Extract of land suit Birds(?)_____vs. Robert Sanders, Scott County, Kansas. This is dated 1808.

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Quit claim between Sam Corp and Isaac Titford, for 35,456 acres of land of Mason, Kentucky, by John Bryan and wife of Bestminster County, Somerset, New Jersey. Dated 1808.

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Land indenture between John Craig of Boone County and James Hughes of Frankfort, Franklin County, both in Kentucky.

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Estate of Henry C. Bruce, deceased, vs. Robert H. Grayson. 1815 declaration.

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Land indenture between James Chapman and John Little John, Greenup County, Kentucky, dated 1817.

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James Hughes vs. Shores heirs and survey map. No county is given but dated 1818.

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Andrew Biggs vs. administrators of John R. Chitwood, deceased, Greenup County Circuit Court. Dated 1822.

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Order to pay Wm. S. Calahan signed by James Pollock. Partially printed US form attached to holographic copy. Dated 1854.

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Printed form warranty deed between John P. Wilson, Anna Wilson, and Robert G. Fowler, property in Richland County, Illinois. Dated 1862.

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Printed form warranty deed between William Elliot, Alte Elliott, and R. G. Fowler for property in Richland County, Illinois, dated 1863.

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Printed form warranty deed between John P. Wilson, Annie Wilson, and Robert G. Fowler for property in Richland County, Illinois. Dated 1864.

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Printed form warranty deed between Garland Harris, U.M. Eidson and their wives, and Robert G. Fowler, property located in Richland County, Illinois. Dated 1866.

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Printed form warranty deed between Jacob P. Bates, Jane E. Bates and Robert G. Fowler, property in Olney, Richland Co., Illinois. Dated 1869.

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Notice of public land sale poster and two newspapers ads of sale to be sold at Greenup Circuit Court, Ky. (Six properties: Ballinger, McClure, Mackay, Walker, Springville, and Thompson). Dated 1875.

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Commissioners allotment to Lucy Johns and children. Mary Jane Johns, Allisons and others sold in 1865.

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Survey map of John Young property dispute with at least eight persons. Mason and Kenton Counties. No date.

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Survey map of property dispute with eight persons. No date or county is included.

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Land survey Field map (paper on muslin) no county or other identifying information.

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Riverton Office of Eastern Kentucky Railway County plans "A", "C", "D". (Architects plan on cloth W.L.B. Jenney, Portland Block, Chicago.

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Additions and inserts of documents into the first four file folders:

Fayette County (Va.), Kentucky territory of land of Richard Grayham land indentures on treasury warrants. Document is dated 1783. See Folder 1.

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Letter Samuel Beebee, New York, to Peter Mills, Brook County Court House, Va. Dated 1808. See Folder 1.

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Robert Poage Jr., of Mason County, agreement with Ann Rice of Greenup County plantation possession. Dated 1815. See Folder 1.

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Heirs of James Hughes, deceased, vs. George Johnston and heirs of Shous in Greenup County Circuit Court. Dated 1819. See Folder 1.

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Land indenture of 1787 between Charles Mynn Thuston and Charles Thurston examined in Court of Appeals in Franklin County. See Folder 1.

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Complaint of Stephen Wilson in Greenup county Circuit Court against Elisha Catlett sale of Negro named Tempy. Dated 1817. See Folder 1.

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James Hughes vs. Shous heirs, Greenup Circuit Court, land controversy. Dated 1817. See Folder 1.

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Absolum Nanks answer to bill in Greenup Circuit Court of Richard Crump. Dated 1818. See Folder 1.

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Depositions taken from Chesterfield County, Virginia, justice peace directed from Greenup County Court, Va. Will of Charles Fleming deceased. Dated 1818. See Folder 1

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Suit in chancery in Greenup Circuit Court. James Hughes against heirs of Thomas Shores. Dated 1818. See Folder 1.

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William Bradshaw answer to John Craycraft bill of complaint of land fee bills and eviction judgment in chancery of Greenup Court. Dated 1820. See Folder 2.

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Land dispute between Andrew Biggs and James Terrill near Greenupsburg in Greenup County Superior Court. Dated 1822. See Folder 2.

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Benjamin Barklow complaint against Nancy Barklow, his wife, in divorce action because of her desertion. In Greenup Circuit Court and dated 1830. See Folder 3.

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Holographic Deed of land sale of Jacob Clingman of New Orleans, La. to Commercial Bank of Scioto several parcels situated in town of Portsmouth in Scioto County, Ohio, for 18,000. Recorded in Scioto County and Greenup. Dated 1833. See Folder 3.

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Printed form warranty deed of James W. Beck, his wife Matty, and Robert G. Fowler for property in city of Olney, Richland County, Illinois, dated 1872. See Folder 4.

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Printed form G.W. Sholl, mfgn of Cincinnati, Ohio claim for attached unpaid account of J. Sydenstricker in Greenupsburg, Ky. Dated 1874. See Folder 4.

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Brooks report of sale judgment against G. W. Sanders in Greenup Circuit Court. Dated 1887. See Folder 4.

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