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Brunswick County Justices v. Mabry, Hinchia: Judgment, Greensville County

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writing obligatory, but they and each of them have been and were guilty of a breach of the same in this, that the said Nathaniel and Hinchia in the life of the said Nathaniel, and the said Hinchia since his death, have not made, nor hath either of them made a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods chattles & credits of the said William Parham deceased, which have come to the hands possession or knowledge of the said Nathaniel & Hinchia, or unto the hands & possession of any other person or persons for them, nor have they exhibited the same into the said county court of Brunswick at [page torn] time hitherto altho by the same court is to do often required. And the said [page torn] farther in fact avers that the said Hinchia since his death, have been guilty of a breach of the condition of the said writing obligatory in this, that the said Nathaniel & Hinchia, in the life of the said Nathaniel & the said Hinchia since the death of the said Nathaniel have not, nor hath either of them well & truly administered the goods chattels & credits which were of the said William Parham, according to law but have wasted, destroyed and purloined the same; because the pff farther avers that the said William Parham the testator of the said Nathaniel & Hinchia in his lifetime, to wit, on the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred [blank] was indebted to William Edwards & company late merchants & partners in the sum of Two hundred & twelve pounds nineteen shillings & one penny, for divers goods wares & merchandises by the said William Edwards & company before that time sold & delivered to him at his special instance & request and that after the death of the said William Parham the said debt not being paid or satisfied, Walter Peter surviving partner of the said company of William Edwards & company, for the recovery of the debt aforesaid after the death of the said William Parham, to wit, on the 8th day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty five, in the court of Greensville county impleaded the same Nathaniel & Hinchia as executors of the said William Parham in a plea of Trespass on the Case for the sum of money aforesaid, which said plea it was in such manner proceeded that the said Walter Peter surviving partner of William Edwards & Co. at a court holden for the said county of Greensville in the month of Novemr. in the year one thousand seven hundred & Eighty six, by the judgment of the said court, did recover against the said Nathaniel & Hinchia the said sum of two hundred & twelve pounds nineteen shillings and one penny, as damages together with his costs amounting [page torn] £2.4.10½ and cents, to be levied on the goods & chattels which were of the said William Parham at the time of his death in the hands of the said Nathaniel & Hichia to be administered, if they had so much