Transcribed by Jan Johnson Barnes
TSL&A Microfilm #50
Sumner County Clerk Minutes
Feb. 1843-June 1846
K & W. Miller vs Wiley O'Neill Motion This day came the Plaintiffs by their attorney and filed in open court the following proceeding had before a Justice of the Peace to wit State of Tennessee Sumner County To any lawful officer to execute and return You are hereby commanded to summon Wiley O'Neill to appear before some Justice of the Peace for said County to answer Kleber? & Woods S. Miller in a plea of debt due by note for $15.50 cents Given under my hand & Seal this 20th day of July 1842
Tho G. Moss J.P.
Judgment against the Defendant for $15.50 cents with Interest
From the 2nd day of January 1842 and legal costs Augt. 3rd 1842
Ben Gray J.P.
$15.50 Gallatin January 1st 1842
One day after date I promise to pay to the order of K & W.S. Miller Fifteen Dollars
And fifty cents Value ?
State of Tennessee To any lawful Officer to Execute & return Sumner County You are hereby commanded that of the Goods and chattels lands and tenements of Wiley ONeale if to be found in your County you cause to be made the sum of $15.50 cents with Interest from the 2nd day of January 1842 and legal costs to satisfy a Judgment that Kleber & Woods S. Miller obtained against said Wiley Oneale before me on the 3rd day of August 1842 under my hand & sent this 18th day of November 1842.
Ben Gray J.P.
No personal property found to levy this Execution on therefore levied it on a tract of land containing Fifty acres more or less in Sumner County District No. 16 adjoining the lands of Willis Perrien? William Cooley and Solomon Mandrill as the property of Wiley ONeale this 18th of November 1842.
M. Harvey CSC
Whereupon on Motion of the Plaintiffs by their Attorney It is ordered by the Court that said land be condemned and sold for the satisfaction of said Judgment and the costs of this motion and that Vendition Essonas.? Issue.