Jack, etc., Trustee of v. Vass, Exr. of Philip E.: Chancery Cause, Halifax County (Part 2 of 2)
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P Vass and Edward Womack they are admitted Defend'ts to contest the said Writing as the Last Will and Testament said Philip E Vass dec'd. And at another Court held for the said County the 27th day of November in the year aforesaid. It is suggested that the Defendant James P Vass has departed this life. And on the Motion of Alexander Boyd he is admitted a party defendant, and this day came the parties by their attornies and upon the inspection of the Writing purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of the said Philip Vass dec'd. And upon hearing the testimony of sundry Witnesses and the parties by Counsel, the Court doth Order that the said Writing be recorded as the Last Will and Testament of the said Philip E Vass dec'd. And it is Considered by the Court that the plaintiff recover against the defendant Edward Womack and Alex Boyd his Costs by him Expanded in prosecuting his Motion aforesaid from which Order and Judgement the Defendant Womack prays an appeal to the next Circuit Superior Court of Law & Chancery for this County which is allowed him upon his giving bond with good Security in the penalty of $500.00 Conditioned as the law directs And at another Court Continued and held for the said County the 30th day of November in the Year aforesaid Wm M Cabaniss Exor of the said James P Vass came into Court and prayed an appeal from the Order and Judgment rendered in this Cause the second day of this Court, to the Next Superior Court of Law and Chancery for this County which is allowed him upon his entering into bond in the penalty of $500.00 which bond was accordingly Executed. Teste Saml William CHC At a Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery held for the County of Halifax the [blank] day of April 1833