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Benjamin Dozier - 1839
28 Jan 1839 - Note. Six months after ___ we promise to pay Wilson DOZIER, administrator of the estate of Benjamin DOZIER, dec'd., the sum of $31.29. /s/ Joseph [x] LEE, M.W. LEE
6 Jan 1840 - Summons for any lawful officer to arrest Joseph LEE and M.W. LEE to answer the complaint of C.C. GRANDY in a plea of debt by note in the sum of $31.29 with interest from July 28, 1839. /s/ D.B. MORSE, JP
9 Jan 1841 - The parties fail to appear and judgment is given for $31.20 with interest from July 28, 1839. /s/ D.B. MORSE, JP
1 Feb 1841 - Execute and sell as much of the defendants goods & chattles which will settle the judgment of $31.29. /s/ D.B. MORSE, JP
4 Aug 1841 - Summons for the Sheriff to arrest Joseph LEE and M.W. LEE to show cause why they will not satisfy a judgment against them on Jan. 9, 1841 that C.C. GRANDY recovered from them for $31.29 with interest from July 28, 1839. /s/ A. PERKINS
28 Aug 1841 - Bond. We, Joseph LEE, M.W. LEE with John FANSHAW as security, are bound unto Wm. McBRIDE in the sum of $75.00 for the payment of a debt. The condition of the above obligation is that whereas C.C. GRANDY was the plaintiff against the said Joseph & M.W. LEE for a debt of $31.29 and $40.00 for his costs and the execution was put into the hands of Wm. McBRIDE, a constable of the county, to arrest them and they have prayed to be discharged from arrest under an Act passed in 1822 entitled "An Act for the relief of debtors for debts contracted after May first next". /s/ Joseph [x] LEE, M.W. LEE, Jno. FANSHAW
[Source: Currituck County Record of Estates 1812-1926; Vol. Brumsey-Ferebee (Microfilm G.030.1862909)]
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