Difference between revisions of ".MjkwMzQ.MTAxNDA2"

From Transcribe Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
m (Reverted edits by Scripto (talk) to last revision by Kcharles)
Tag: Rollback
m (Protected ".MjkwMzQ.MTAxNDA2" ([Edit=Allow only administrators] (indefinite)))
 
(3 intermediate revisions by 2 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
slave for life, and that the complainants have no claim to her in any form whatsoever. This defendant for further defense in this behalf relies on the statute of limitations in such case made and proceeded as a ban to any pretended claim or demand on behalf the complainants to said slave. And having now answered this defendant prays to be here dismissed the court write his reasonable costs in [illegible] behalf expended - the [illegible] ever pray it. Joseph Bruin. Alexandria County Board Joseph Bruin personally appeared before the subscriber a further office peace in [illegible] the county [illegible] and made oath in due form of law that the fact stated in the foregoing answer so far as they depend on his own knowledge are there and so far as they are derived from the information of others he believes to be there. [Illegible] my hand this 26th day of May 1849. [Illegible]
+
3.  slave for life, and that the complainants have no claim to her in any form whatsoever. This defendant for further difence in this behalf relies on the statute of limitations in such case made and provided as a bar to any pretended claim or demand on behalf the complainants to said slave. And having now answered this defendant prays to be herein dismissed the court with his reasonable costs in this behalf expended, & he will ever pray &c.   Joseph Bruin.  
 +
Alexandria County to wit  Joseph Bruin personally appeared before the subscriber a Justice of the peace in & for the County aforesaid and made oath in due form of law that the facts stated in the foregoing answer so far as they depend on his own knowledge are true and so far as they are derived from the information of others he believes to be true. Given under my hand this 26th day of May 1849. John H Brent

Latest revision as of 09:45, 9 March 2021

3. slave for life, and that the complainants have no claim to her in any form whatsoever. This defendant for further difence in this behalf relies on the statute of limitations in such case made and provided as a bar to any pretended claim or demand on behalf the complainants to said slave. And having now answered this defendant prays to be herein dismissed the court with his reasonable costs in this behalf expended, & he will ever pray &c. Joseph Bruin. Alexandria County to wit Joseph Bruin personally appeared before the subscriber a Justice of the peace in & for the County aforesaid and made oath in due form of law that the facts stated in the foregoing answer so far as they depend on his own knowledge are true and so far as they are derived from the information of others he believes to be true. Given under my hand this 26th day of May 1849. John H Brent