Letter to William Henry Harrison reporting the results for the first election of Franklin County officers, including coroner, surveyor, and justices. Also included is a request for additional copies of the territorial laws.
Darneille, I. (Isaac), ca. 1763-1830; Singleton, Owndell; Parke, Benjamin, 1777-1835; Fees; Collecting of accounts; Costs (Law)
Letter to Henry Hurst detailing the amount of fees that are now collected and forwarded to his office in Vincennes. Hays also provides a short update in the collection of fees from the suit of Owendell v Singleton and Darneille and the challenge...
Kern v. Anderson & Provine; McKinley v. Anderson & Provine; Subpoena
A June 25, 1812 request from Waller Taylor to Henry Hurst to issue supoenas of injunction in the case of Kess versus Anderson and Provina and in the case of McKinley versus Anderson and Provina. Other side of letter used to work sums.
Wallace v. Leavens; Tisslow v. Martin; Harnater v. Dinnien; Fees
Letter from Henry Hurst at the request of Mr. Jones requesting action be taken. Sums tallying attorney and court fees relating to the cases of Wallace versus Leavens, Tisslou versus Marten, and Slarnater versus Dinnien fill the rest of the front...
Taylor, Waller, d. 1826; Percival v. Mills & Dunn; Injunction; Court of Chancery -- Indiana Territory; Injunctions -- Indiana Territory
A note dated October 22, 1812 to Henry Hurst from Waller Taylor requesting a written copy of an injunction he issued in the case of Percival versus Mills and Dunn. The reverse side of the note acts as an envelope, showing that this case is being...
Tippecanoe County (Ind.)--Biography; Tippecanoe County (Ind.)--Genealogy; White County (Ind.)--Biography; White County (Ind.)--Genealogy; Jasper County (Ind.)--Biography; Jasper County (Ind.)--Genealogy; Newton County (Ind.)--Biography; ...
Biographical history of Tippecanoe, White, Jasper, Newton, Benton, Warren and Pulaski counties, Indiana.
Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841; Knox County (Indiana Territory); Tobin, George; Lagson, Josife; Employment references; Marriage; Perjury
A letter dated October 9, 1805 from George Tobin to William Henry Harrison recommending Josife Lagson for constable, asking for instructions for a perjury case and to provide the bearer of letter with a marriage license.