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[left side of page]  From what land were these [illegible] cut?  
 
[left side of page]  From what land were these [illegible] cut?  
 
Answer.  I could not tell from what land they were [from?]
 
Answer.  I could not tell from what land they were [from?]
Question by same.  How long were Joy and Williams hands employed in getting lumber from Cook's Woods?
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Question by same.  How long were Ivy and Williams hands employed in getting lumber from Cook's Woods?
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Answer.  That I don't know.
 
Answer.  That I don't know.
Question by same.  Don't you know Williams and Joy's hands were employ'd in getting Lumber in Cook's Woods?  Answer.  I don't know that they were employ'd in getting Lumber together.
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Question by same.  Where did you live at the time you had the conversation with Joy?  Answer.  At little Creek, nearly a mile from Cook's Woods - on a strait corner through the Woods, or five miles around the road.
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Question by same.  Don't you know Williams and Ivy's hands were employ'd in getting Lumber in Cook's Woods?   
Question by same.  Were you frequently in Cook's Woods about the time you had the conversation with Joy?  Answer.  I was.
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Question by same.  Whose hands did you see employ'd in Cook's Woods at this time getting Lumber?  Answer.  I never noticed whose hands they were getting work as there were a good many.
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Answer.  I don't know that they were employ'd in getting Lumber together.
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Question by same.  Where did you live at the time you had the conversation with Ivy?  Answer.  At little Creek, nearly a mile from Cook's Woods - on a strait corner through the Woods, or five miles around the road.
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Question by same.  Were you frequently in Cook's Woods about the time you had the conversation with Joy?   
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Answer.  I was.
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Question by same.  Whose hands did you see employ'd in Cook's Woods at this time getting Lumber?   
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Answer.  I never noticed whose hands they were getting work as there were a good many.
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Question by same.  State whose hands you did see employ'd there?  Answer.  I did not know whose hands they were.
 
Question by same.  State whose hands you did see employ'd there?  Answer.  I did not know whose hands they were.
Question by same.  How many years since you had that conversation with Joy?  Answer.
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Question by same.  How many years since you had that conversation with Joy?   
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[right side of page]  I think about 8 years.
 
[right side of page]  I think about 8 years.
 
Cross examined by Defendant's Counsel
 
Cross examined by Defendant's Counsel
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Question.  Are you connected with Thos Williams in any way?  Answer.  Yes.  I married his sister about 3 years ago.  John [illegible] X his mark
 
Question.  Are you connected with Thos Williams in any way?  Answer.  Yes.  I married his sister about 3 years ago.  John [illegible] X his mark
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James Baker Witness
 
James Baker Witness
 
The Defense William Mallo having been duly sworn upon the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God deposes and says -
 
The Defense William Mallo having been duly sworn upon the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God deposes and says -
Question by plaintiff's counsel.  State what you know about any Lumber got out of Turner's Woods by Williams and Joy?  Answer.  I know that Cap'n Joy applied to me to buy what timber would suit him in my Woods.  That timber he got haul'd off and paid me for.  I also know he cut Timber in Turner's Woods and Mr Cook's.  I know nothing of Joy's and Williams getting wood in [Warner's?] Woods.
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Question by plaintiff's counsel.  State what you know about any Lumber got out of Turner's Woods by Williams and Joy?   
Question by same.  Whose hands were employ'd in getting Lumber in your Woods at the time referred to?  Answer.  I can only recollect the name of one man belonging to either of the parties named [Toney?] in William's employ and one white man nam'd [Wood?] who superintend all the hands.
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Question by same.  Whose hands
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Answer.  I know that Cap'n Joy applied to me to buy what timber would suit him in my Woods.  That timber he got haul'd off and paid me for.  I also know he cut Timber in Turner's Woods and Mr Cook's.  I know nothing of Joy's and Williams getting wood in Turner's Woods.
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Question by same.  Whose hands were employ'd in getting Lumber in your Woods at the time referred to?   
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Answer.  I can only recollect the name of one man belonging to either of the parties named [Toney?] in William's employ and one white man nam'd [Wood?] who superintend all the hands.
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Question by same.  Whose hands were employ'd in getting Lumber in Turner's Woods at the time referred to? 
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Answer.  I don't know -
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Question by same.  Did you ever see Thos Williams during the time referred to in any of those Woods

Latest revision as of 11:34, 4 December 2020

[left side of page] From what land were these [illegible] cut? Answer. I could not tell from what land they were [from?]

Question by same. How long were Ivy and Williams hands employed in getting lumber from Cook's Woods?

Answer. That I don't know.

Question by same. Don't you know Williams and Ivy's hands were employ'd in getting Lumber in Cook's Woods?

Answer. I don't know that they were employ'd in getting Lumber together.

Question by same. Where did you live at the time you had the conversation with Ivy? Answer. At little Creek, nearly a mile from Cook's Woods - on a strait corner through the Woods, or five miles around the road. Question by same. Were you frequently in Cook's Woods about the time you had the conversation with Joy?

Answer. I was.

Question by same. Whose hands did you see employ'd in Cook's Woods at this time getting Lumber?

Answer. I never noticed whose hands they were getting work as there were a good many.

Question by same. State whose hands you did see employ'd there? Answer. I did not know whose hands they were. Question by same. How many years since you had that conversation with Joy?

Answer. [right side of page] I think about 8 years. Cross examined by Defendant's Counsel

Question. Are you connected with Thos Williams in any way? Answer. Yes. I married his sister about 3 years ago. John [illegible] X his mark

James Baker Witness The Defense William Mallo having been duly sworn upon the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God deposes and says - Question by plaintiff's counsel. State what you know about any Lumber got out of Turner's Woods by Williams and Joy?

Answer. I know that Cap'n Joy applied to me to buy what timber would suit him in my Woods. That timber he got haul'd off and paid me for. I also know he cut Timber in Turner's Woods and Mr Cook's. I know nothing of Joy's and Williams getting wood in Turner's Woods.


Question by same. Whose hands were employ'd in getting Lumber in your Woods at the time referred to?

Answer. I can only recollect the name of one man belonging to either of the parties named [Toney?] in William's employ and one white man nam'd [Wood?] who superintend all the hands.

Question by same. Whose hands were employ'd in getting Lumber in Turner's Woods at the time referred to?

Answer. I don't know -

Question by same. Did you ever see Thos Williams during the time referred to in any of those Woods