Echols, Peregrine v. Leftwich, Exrs. of Thomas: Chancery Cause, Lynchburg City (Part 1 of 5)
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The separate answer of Samuel Mitchell administrator of James Flannigan to a bill of complaint exhibited against James & Augustine Leftwich Executors of Thomas Leftwich decd, and this respondent in the superior court of chancery for the district of Lynchburg by Peregrine Echols. This respondent saveing &c, for answer saith; that he has no further knowledge of the matter in controversy in this cause, than what he has heretofore disclosed in his deposition taken by the complainant to be read in evidence in the same, to which he refers, & prays that the same may be considered & taken as part of this his answer - And having fully answered, denies all fraud &c and prays to be hence dismissed &c
Bedford Ss This day Samuel Mitchell personally appeared before me a justice of the peace for said county & made oath that the matters stated in the foregoing answer are true - Given under my hand, this 26th day of April 1824 - Saml. Hancock