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In the circuit superior court of law and chancery for the county of Middlesex April term 1845 Judy Wood, George Butler Lucy Butler William Butler Mary Butler Martha Wood and Abram Wood plts  
 
In the circuit superior court of law and chancery for the county of Middlesex April term 1845 Judy Wood, George Butler Lucy Butler William Butler Mary Butler Martha Wood and Abram Wood plts  
 
Vs
 
Vs
Elliote Gardner admor de bonis non with the will annexed of Nancy Watts decd Eugn Wright executor of Richd Claybrook decd George Sannders admor of John Watts and Lewis B Seward admor of Charles Watts decd deft
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Elliote Gardner admor de bonis non with the will annexed of Nancy Watts decd George Wright executor of Richd Claybrook decd George Sannders admor of John Watts and Lewis B Seward admor of Charles Watts decd deft
 
In chancery
 
In chancery
 
This cause came on to be heard upon the bill answer and exhibits and was agreed by counsel on conservation whereof the court without deciding any principal involved in the cause doth order this the defendant George Wright
 
This cause came on to be heard upon the bill answer and exhibits and was agreed by counsel on conservation whereof the court without deciding any principal involved in the cause doth order this the defendant George Wright

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In the circuit superior court of law and chancery for the county of Middlesex April term 1845 Judy Wood, George Butler Lucy Butler William Butler Mary Butler Martha Wood and Abram Wood plts Vs Elliote Gardner admor de bonis non with the will annexed of Nancy Watts decd George Wright executor of Richd Claybrook decd George Sannders admor of John Watts and Lewis B Seward admor of Charles Watts decd deft In chancery This cause came on to be heard upon the bill answer and exhibits and was agreed by counsel on conservation whereof the court without deciding any principal involved in the cause doth order this the defendant George Wright