Echols, Peregrine v. Leftwich, Exrs. of Thomas: Chancery Cause, Lynchburg City (Part 1 of 5)
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Virginia: At Rules holden in the Clerk's office of the Superior Court of the Chancery for the Lynchburg District, the 26th day of August 1820 Peregrine Eckhols [Echols]. Plt against James Leftwich and Augustine Leftwich exors of Thomas Leftwich Defts..
The subpoena awarded in the cause being returned executed on the defendant and three months since filing the bill, and the service of the Subpoena having elapsed, and they still failing to file their answers; the bill of the Plaintiff is taken for confessed, and the court will proceed at a future day to decree the matter thereof, unless the said defendants on or before the third day of the next term after they shall have been served with a copy of this order, shew cause to the contrary A copy Teste John Wills CC