Children of Turner Dixon: Petition, Fauquier County
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being duly sworn for that purpose and also personally examined Mrs. Dixon and are of opinion that her mind is impaired. [signed] C. Peyton, N Farrow, Jno P. Smith, Joseph Chilton A Copy Teste Alexander J. Marshall CC
[perpendicular as label on folded document] Dixon Maria } Lunatic Papers Fee 25 cents Fy-24
Virginia: At the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery held for the County of Spotsylvania at the Court House in the Town of Fredericksburg on the 4th day of June 1832. Thomas Turner Committee of Maria Dixon a lunatic, the said Maria Dixon by said Thomas Turner her committee and others......Plaintiffs against Alexander B. Scott, John Scott, Thomas L. Moore and Edward Carter, securities of said Alexander as administrator of Turner Dixon deceased, the said John John Scott administrator de bonis non of said Turner Dixon deceased and others ....... Defendants On the motion of the defendant John Scott administrator de bonis non of Turner Dixon deceased, the Court doth order that he pay into this Office of the Farmers' Bank of Virginia at Fredericksburg to the credit of this Court subject to its future order in this case the sum of twenty six hundred dollars, which sum when so paid is to be credited in the administration account of the said Scott by the Commissioner before whom the said account is settled. A Copy Teste [signed] John James Chew C.C. Commissioner's Office, Warrenton. A copy of the foregoing order of the Ct. Supr. Court of Spotsylvania has been filed with me in the suit aforesaid, with the following endorsement therein, viz: "Farmer Bra Bank, "Fredericksburg 8th June 1832. "John Scott Exq of Fauquier has this day deposited to the credit of "Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery for Spotsylvania Court "in the case mentioned in the within order the sum of twenty six "hundred dollars - which will be held subject to the future order of "the Court." signed. Philip Alexander, Teller A copy Teste Thomas P. Knox, Comr [Commissioner] Nov. 30th 1832 Fy-25