Brunswick County Justices v. Mabry, Hinchia: Judgment, Greensville County
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County at the Courthouse on the fourth Thursday in May in the Year last mentioned came the Pltff by his Attorney aforesaid, and the impannelling of the Jury aforesaid was again continued, until the next Court to be held for the County aforesaid on the Fourth Thursday in November next according to Law. At which Day, to wit, on the Day and Year first above mentioned came the Plaintiff aforesaid by his Attorney aforesaid, and thereupon came also a Jury to wit Holt Clanton and Eleven others, who being elected tried and sworn well and truly to enquire of Damages in this suit, upon their Oath do say that the Plaintiff hath sustained Damages by occasion of the Testator's non performance of his promise and Assumption in his lifetime, to the Pltff, made, to Two Hundred and Twelve Pounds Nineteen Shillings and one penny besides his Costs[.] Therefore It is considered by the Court that the Plaintiff recover against the said Defendants his Damages aforesaid in form aforesaid[.] Assessed and his Costs by him in this behalf expended to be levied of the Goods and Chattels of the Testator if so much thereof the said Defendants have in their hands to be administered if not then the Costs to be levied of the proper Goods and Chattels of the said Defendants in Mercy &c. Execution issued the Twenty Eighth Day of November 1786 returned by the Plaintiff (no return on the Execution) & renewed the third Day of July 1787, & not yet returned. The Commonwealth of Virginia To the Sheriff of [blank] County Greeting[.] We command you that of the Goods and Chattels of William Parham decd. in the hands of Hinchia Mabry and Nathaniel Dunn Executors of the said William Parham decd. you