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William CLEMENT (d. 1760) of Amelia County, Virginia - A Study of His Descendants


 

Court Order Book No. 1, 1767 -
Pittsylvania County, VA
Extract by Marna L. Clemons, 9 September 2001


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Page 111 - 28 July 1769
Benjamin Clement produced a Certificate for Nineteen hundred pounds of Gross Hemp and took the Oath by Law prescribed


Page 157 - 26 January 1770
Issac Clement
Plaintif
}  
against   } On a Petition
William Cook
Defendant
}  
For reasons appearing to the Court Ordered that this Petition be dismissed.

Page 202 - 25 May 1770
Agness the Wife of Adam Clement came into Court (being first privately examined) and relinquished her right of dower in and to Two hundred Acres of Land conveyed by her said Husband to Robert Hairston.

Page 216 - 27 July 1770
John Clement
Plaintif
}  
against   } On a Petition
Sabiet Choat
Defendant
}  
The Sheriff having returned the said defendant duly Summoned and he not appearing (altho solemnly called) and the Plaintif having made Oath to his Account for Four pounds six shillings and eight pence half penny Judgment is granted him against the said defendant for the Same with Costs.

Page 230 - 28 July 1770
Isaac Clement
Plaintif
}  
against   } On a Petition
Hall Hudson
Defendant
}  
This day came as with the Plaintif by his Attorney as the said defendant in his proper person and the said defendant saith that he cannot deny the Action of the said Plaintif thereof against him nor but that he doth owe to him the said Plaintif the sum of Eighteen pounds Current Money of Virginia in manner and form as the said Plaintif in his Declaration above against him hath alledged Therefore it is considered by the Court that the Plaintif recover against the said defendant his debt by the defendant in form aforesaid confessed together with his Costs by him in this behalf expended and the said defendant in money &c. But this Judgment (Except as to the Costs) is to be discharged by the payment of Nine pounds of the like money with the Legal Interest thereon at the rate of five per Centum per Annum from the Eighth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty seven until the same shall be paid.

Thomas Dillard Junr. and Isaac Clement
Plaintifs
}  
against   } In Debt
Jesse Abston
Defendant
}  


Page 231 - 28 July 1770
For reasons appearing to the Court Ordered that this Suit be dismissed.

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Page 281 - 29 March 1771

John Clemonds
Plaintif
}  
against   } On a Petition
Eusebus Hubbard
Defendant
}  
The defendant being summoned and not appearing altho solemnly called the Plaintif by his Attorney produced the said defendants Note of hand for One pound fifteen shillings. Judgment is therefore granted him against the said defendant for the same with Costs.

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Page 308 - 28 June 1771
Isaac Clement Plaintif }  
against   } On a Petition
James George Defendant }  

The defendant being summoned and not appearing (altho solemnly called) the Plaintif proved his demand for Three pounds four shillings and five pence to be just. Judgment is therefore granted him against the said defendant for the same with Costs.

Page 315 - 28 June 1771
On the Motion of Benjamin Lankford a witness for Isaac Clement in his Suit against George is is Ordered that the Said Isaac pay him for two days attendance According to Law.

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