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Jack, etc., Trustee of v. Vass, Exr. of Philip E.: Chancery Cause, Halifax County (Part 2 of 2)

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William M Cabaniss Exor of James P Vass decd appellant against Isaac Medley, Senr Exor of Philip E Vass decd appellee, upon an appeal from an Order and Judgment of the County Court of Halifax the 27th day of November 1832. Whereby it was ordered that a Writing purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Philip E Vass decd should be established and recorded. And that the appellee recover his costs This day came the parties by their attorneys and thereupon as Well the transcript of the record from the said County Court as the Original Writing aforesaid being seen and inspected, and sundry Witnesses being sworn and Examined, it seemed to the Court here that there is No Error in the said Order and Judgment Therefore it is considered that the same be affirmed and that the appellee recover against the appellant his costs by him about his defence in this behalf Expended to be levied of the goods & chattels of the said James P Vass decd in the hands of the appellant to be administered Teste Saml Williams CC At a Court held for Halifax County the 22nd day of April 1833. On the Motion of Isaac Medley the Exor named in the Last Will and Testament of the said Philip Vass decd who made Oath according to Law and with James Medley Chas A Ballou, Marquis F Jackson and Jno Chappell his securities entered into and acknowledged bond in the penalty of $12000.00 Conditioned according to law. Certificate is granted him for obtaining probate of the said Will in due form Teste Saml Williams CHC Copies Teste Wm Holt CHC