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Year Case Name County Cause/Crime Case Description Division Location # Pages Actions
1896 Mrs. Mary Irvin, next friend of Anna Irvin et al. v. Wesley Orgain and E. G. Dunlavey, admrs. of John M. Smith, dec., et al. Montgomery Wills, Contested Add Defs: John Cross, Elizabeth Langford, Thomas Hodge, J. M. Hodge, William Finney, Hattie Finney, J. N. Holloway. Mary Irvin was next friend for Anna Stewart Irvin, Grace Irvin, & Abbie Irvin, all minors. They claimed to possess the last will & testament of John M. Smith & applied for probate. The defendant administrators petitioned to dismiss the probate, claiming the paper they possessed was not the last will of the deceased. See also J. S. Cross v. W. Orgain, E. G. Dunlavy, admrs., MT1186 Middle Range: 37
Section: C
Shelf: 1
Box Number: 1169
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1896 J. S. Cross v. W. Orgain, E. G. Dunlavy, admrs. Montgomery Estate Dispute Defendants are admrs of John M. Smith, dec 1896. Smith was Cross’s uncle. After Mrs. Smith died in 1875, Cross stayed to take care of Smith and Smith said he’d write him into his will. Cross here brought suit to be paid for his services from the estate, around $300 per year from 1875 to 1896. See also Anna Irvin et al. v. Wesley Orgain and E. G. Dunlavey, admrs. of John M. Smith, dec., et al., MT1169 Middle Range: 37
Section: C
Shelf: 5
Box Number: 1186
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1896 Globe Building and Loan Association for the use of John I. Jackson v. Home Fire Insurance Company of New York Montgomery Insurance Claims and Policies The plaintiff sued the defendant on behalf of Jackson for $400, the cost of the mortgage on the home that Jackson owned, which burned down while insured by the defendant. Middle Range: 37
Section: C
Shelf: 3
Box Number: 1175
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1896 Daniel and Kate Dineen v. The City of Clarksville and B. W. Macrae Montgomery Injunction In 1860, Gen. W. A. Quarles owned a lot which he subdivided. A. R. Hall owned a portion, as did C. Dineen, the plaintiff’s father. Hall attempted to alter an alley on the lot and Dineen filed an injunction. Macrae then took over Hall's portion of the lot and similarly attempted to alter the alley and so Dineen again filed an injunction. Middle Range: 37
Section: B
Shelf: 6
Box Number: 1156
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1896 D. W. Kennedy et al. v. Montgomery County et al. AND A. H. Mumford et al. v. Montgomery County et al. Montgomery Taxation, Petition to Stop These cases concern a challenge to the legality of the County and it officials to levy a tax made in April 1894 for railroad purposes. The named plaintiffs and other citizens of Montgomery County filed an injunction to stop the taxation. Middle Range: 37
Section: C
Shelf: 1
Box Number: 1169
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1896 Claud Fox v. S. C. Davis Montgomery Default on Promissory Note Fox sought to recover $175 promissory note executed by the Sallie C. Davis and endorsed to the plaintiff by M. Sagmore. Middle Range: 37
Section: D
Shelf: 3
Box Number: 1209
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1896 City of Clarksville v. Mrs. E. M. Bailey Montgomery Debt on Account The City sued the defendant for reimbursement of the $125.90, the cost of installing pavement along 321 feet of the defendants property to comply with the ordinance of the city. Middle Range: 37
Section: C
Shelf: 3
Box Number: 1175
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1896 C. T. Winn v. B. R. Mobley et al. Montgomery Petition to Recover Land/Property In 1881, Willis Winn and wife died, leaving a large family. Mobley, who worked at a tobacco warehouse, had married one of their daughters and they moved out to the farm to take care of the land and children. When C. T. Winn came of age, he left Mobley's for Kentucky, returned in 1895, and killed Mobley after Mobley allegedly seduced one of his sisters. Winn filed suit to claim his half interest with Mobley in 3 tracts of land, which were the inheritance of Mobley's minor children. Middle Range: 37
Section: C
Shelf: 1
Box Number: 1167
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1896 Bob Walton (col.) v. R. D. Moseley, exe. of G. M. Pardue, dec. et al. Montgomery Land and Title Dispute Additional Defendants: Mrs. Elizabeth B. Pardue, Elizabeth A. Pardue, Samuel H. Pardue (last two minors). In 1882, Walton purchased 2 joined lots in Williams Addition in Clarksville (previously owned by Sam Cross, col. and A. Ewing) from Dr. G. M. Pardue. Walton claimed that the purchase for $250 was done without notes as the he worked for Dr. Pardue for $1 per day. Walton claimed that Pardue told him he paid off the land and he requested that the defendants deliver the deed to him for registration. Middle Range: 37
Section: C
Shelf: 2
Box Number: 1171
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1896 A. H. Munford v. B. L. Rice and Montgomery County Montgomery Taxation, Petition to Stop Munford contested the legality of a railroad tax that Rice and the County levied against his property for $14.70, for which they announced the sale of his property to recover said tax. Munford requested a Writ of certiorari and supersedeas to halt sale. Middle Range: 37
Section: C
Shelf: 4
Box Number: 1181
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1895 William Evans v. State Montgomery Murder The State charged Evans with the shooting murder of Fan M. Weakley. Evans was the son-in-law of Weakley and at the time was involved in a divorce case with Weakley's daughter. The circuit court convicted Evans of 2nd degree murder and sentenced him to 10 years hard labor in the penitentiary a Nashville. Middle Range: 37
Section: A
Shelf: 2
Box Number: 1095
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1895 W. M. Saunders, next friend of W. C. Saunders v. The Gracey-Woodward Iron Co. Montgomery Damages Pltf. sued for $10,000 in damages after his son, W. C. Saunders, was permanently injured while working in negligent conditions/circumstances of the dfnt. Middle Range: 36
Section: E
Shelf: 3
Box Number: 1046
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1895 TN Coal, Iron and Railroad Co. v. S. E. Wilson Montgomery Debt on Account Plaintiff Co. filed suit to recover $1,750 from Wilson for chopping timber on his land. Middle Range: 37
Section: D
Shelf: 1
Box Number: 1196
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1895 Thomas Herndon v. J. C. Kendrick et al. Montgomery Petition to Compel Sale Additional Defendants: C. D. Runyon, W. H. Trunley, T. R. Hancock and Wilcox, Louis G. Wood, Wesley Drane, and additional 12 defendants. Plaintiff, Thomas Herndon filed suit against the defendants, eleven warehouse firms of Clarksville, to compel them to sell him tobacco at their auction. Herndon claimed that all persons have a right to buy tobacco at their public sales despite the defendants position that one must be a member of the Clarksville Tobacco Board of Trade. Info on local tobacco trade. Middle Range: 36
Section: E
Shelf: 6
Box Number: 1063
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1895 The Clarksville Steam Laundry Company v. H. S. Kellogg Montgomery Possession, Unlawful Incomplete case file. Contains the consolidated record of "appeal from two judgements, rendered against the Clarksville Steam Laundry Co." The plaintiff's complaint is that H. S. Kellogg wrongfully took possession of one boiler and one filter. Middle Range: 36
Section: E
Shelf: 2
Box Number: 1056
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1895 State v. L. A. Ragsdale et al. Montgomery Taxation, Assessment The State and Montgomery County brought suit against the defendants for the assessment and payment of taxes for the years 1893 and 1894. Middle Range: 37
Section: A
Shelf: 1
Box Number: 1097
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1895 Jim Dud Northington v. State Montgomery Murder, 1st degree The State charged Northington, Pete Humphreys, and Edmond Fort with the stabbing murder of Henry L. Baker. Northington appealed his conviction and sentence of 12 years in the state penitentiary for 2nd degree murder. Middle Range: 37
Section: B
Shelf: 7
Box Number: 1164
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1895 J. M. Felts v. Adams & Neblett Montgomery Breach of Contract Adam & Neblett: John Adams and John S. Neblett. Felts purchased seven tons of fertilizer from dfnts., accruing a debt of $231. Felts refused to pay, claiming the fertilizer was useless and thus voided the contract. Adams & Neblett sued to recover debt, and won. This is Felts' appeal and plea for relief from an execution on a barn of his tobacco. Middle Range: 36
Section: E
Shelf: 3
Box Number: 1046
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1895 H. P. Gholson and W. T. Rose in error v. State Montgomery Contempt of Court State charged Gholson, an attorney, and Rose with contempt of court for filing an affidavit that was "grossly slanderous and disrespectful to the court" and fined them $50. Middle Range: 37
Section: D
Shelf: 2
Box Number: 1201
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1895 First National Bank of Clarksville, Tennessee v. J. H. Meacham et al. Montgomery Non-payment of Bank Note Additional Defendants: Thomas Herndon and T. P. Major of the firm Herndon & Major. The plaintiff bank sued for recovery of a debt of $4500 from the defendants on a note the plaintiff bank held. Middle Range: 36
Section: F
Shelf: 4
Box Number: 1067
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1895 Fanny Weaks v. State Montgomery Robbery Plaintiff in error and Spot Scruggs were accused of stealing a pocket book from Frank Turner. Turner testified that he had been drinking with plaintiff and Scruggs for several hours before they took him into an alley and robbed him. Middle Range: 36
Section: D
Shelf: 5
Box Number: 1028
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1895 E. P. Turnley, Assignee of R. H. Walker & Company v. H. N. Leech and Mike Savage Montgomery Debt Dispute This consolidated case was a dispute over assets of R. H. Walker & Company totaling $750. Defendants, Leech and Savage, were attorneys for the Plaintiff until 1893. Middle Range: 36
Section: E
Shelf: 2
Box Number: 1056
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1895 Cornelius H. Willard v. Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company Montgomery Injury Plaintiff, Cornelious Wilard, sued for $1975 for personal injury to his hip and ribs resulting from a train's cross beam striking him as he atttempted to jump of the tracks to escape the oncoming train within the city limits of Clarksville. Middle Range: 36
Section: E
Shelf: 3
Box Number: 1047
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1895 Clarksville & Russellville Turnpike Co. v. T. N. Randle Montgomery Debt Pltfs. charged dfnt. with not paying tolls. Six times the dfnt. passed the second gate on the Red River Pike owned by the pltf. Middle Range: 36
Section: E
Shelf: 2
Box Number: 1043
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1895 C. D. Bailey v. H. T. and Wesley Drane, exe. of Walter H. Drane et al. Montgomery Tax Collection Add def: Bettie W. Drane, Rosa F. Drane, William M. Drane, Walter D. Martin, Fidelity Trust & Safety Vault Co., Louisville Trust Co., Woody Keesee, . Eliza K. Woodridge,and Ed Drane. Plf sued the def for a proper accounting of the estate of Walter H. Drane, dec. and payment of the taxes due on estate. Bailey, as a clerk of the state, requested a lien be enforced if necessary. See also Wesley Drane, next friend of A. R. Bailey et al. v. C. D. Bailey exe. et al, MT 1292 Middle Range: 37
Section: A
Shelf: 1
Box Number: 1097
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1895 Burrell Black v. State Montgomery Assault with Intent to Kill Plaintiff in error was accused of shooting Marian Bass (aka Dock) with intent to kill. Plaintiff was allegedly angry with Bass for assisting a constable with his arrest several years earlier. Bass also testified that plaintiff shot and killed is dog. Plaintiff claimed he shot in self-defense after a rock was thrown at him. Bass was described as a 50 year old farmer and father of a 15 year old son (George Bass). Middle Range: 36
Section: D
Shelf: 5
Box Number: 1028
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1895 Ben Leavell v. State Montgomery Rape Plaintiff in error was accused of rape and having intercourse with a female under the age of sixteen. Plaintiff admitted to a relationship with Mary Moore but stated the intercourse was consensual. Casefile notes Moore lived with her mother and father in district 3 of Montgomery County. Middle Range: 36
Section: D
Shelf: 6
Box Number: 1030
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1894 State v. Thomas Ledford Montgomery Tax Violation Ledford was convicted of Assault and Battery with intent to kill. The case was for a motion to re-tax the costs of the case. Initially taxed to Montgomery County, the motion would have said costs "taxed to and paid by the state of Tennessee." Middle Range: 36
Section: B
Shelf: 5
Box Number: 966
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1894 Mrs. Lena M. Ragsdale, et al. v. L. A. Ragsdale, et al. Montgomery Debt Consolidated cases. Additional cases include: "R. D. Mosley v. L. A. Ragsdale," "Farmers and Merchants Bank v. L. A. Ragsdale," and "T. L. Yancey v. L. A. Ragsdale." These cases were consolidated and brought together for the purpose of determining priorities of the parties in the distribution of a fund in the Chancery Court of Montgomery County. This case is related to "Lena M. Ragsdale v. Lewis A. Ragsdale," located in MT 990. Ragsdale was a wealthy businessman said to be worth $200,000. Middle Range: 36
Section: D
Shelf: 2
Box Number: 1011
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1894 Mrs. Fannie Wilmuth v. Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co. Montgomery Damages for Wrongful Death Plaintiff, Fannie Wilmuth, sued the railroad for $1975 as damages for negligently causing the death and physical and mental suffering of her husband, A. J. Wilmuth in 1889. A. J. Wilmuth was a brakesman on the defendant's train that ran over his legs. Middle Range: 36
Section: D
Shelf: 7
Box Number: 1049
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1894 Farmers and Merchants National Bank v. T. Herndon et al. Montgomery Injunction Add def: T. and J. D. Herndon, A. J. Fletcher, A. R. Gholson, F. P. Gracey, Q. C. Atkinson, First National Bank of Clarksville, M. M. and N. E. Tucker, R. N. and J. P. Mann, Wilson and J. B. Legate, Patrick, T. and Katie McGarvin, Ed Turnley, B. F. Gill. The Herndons owed a debt to plf bank. They charged that in order to avoid payment, land had been fraudulently transferred to the wife Laura C. The plf here filed to enjoin defs from paying their mortgages to the Herndons and further transferring land Middle Range: 37
Section: D
Shelf: 1
Box Number: 1196
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1894 Clarksville & Russellville Turnpike Co. v. Montgomery County, et al. Montgomery Injunction Add def: N. L. Carney, E. V. Harrison, T. H. Marable, Jas. H. Smith, Jno. S. Neblett, W. B. Young, Jno. H. Pettus, S. T. Hodgson, J. W. Page, J. W. Hayes, Gracey Childers, C. W. Tyler, J. A. Rollow, Finis Ewing, Brad Martin, F. P. Gracey, W. H. Woodward, W. H. Converse. Pltfs. sued dfnts. about the construction of a toll free bridge across the Red River. Pltfs. assert city/county still owe from construction of their bridge, and breach of contract on new bridge. See also MT 1224 Middle Range: 36
Section: E
Shelf: 2
Box Number: 1042
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1893 W. W. Lunderman v. State Montgomery Fraud Lunderman was on trial for fraud for a counterfeit paper that stated Lunderman was entitled to $50.00 for his tobacco and signing the name of J. W. Camp. Middle Range: 36
Section: C
Shelf: 4
Box Number: 994
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1893 W. J. Ely, Assignee of Hancock, Hallums, & Co. v. Geo. W. Warfiled, Trustee of Montgomery County Montgomery Taxation, Unlawful Ely, as assignee of Hancock, Hallums, & Co. was assessed to owe the whole of the corporation's taxes, the estate of which had been ruled insolvent, thus non-taxable. Middle Range: 36
Section: C
Shelf: 3
Box Number: 987
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1893 W. A. Shippey v. W. L. Killebrew Montgomery Debt Killebrew was a Greenville, Mississippi based contractor hired by Harvey and Scott to complete work on a levy on the Mississippi River. Shippey was a subcontractor under Killebrew. Killebrew brought suit seeking payment for completing agreed upon work when Shippey was unable as well as payment for money loaned. Shippey denied owing any money and directed Killebrew to collect from Harvey and Scott. Middle Range: 36
Section: C
Shelf: 3
Box Number: 989
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1893 The William Gerst Brewing Co. v. C. D. Bailey County Court Clerk Montgomery Debt Authorities assessed a privilege tax against the plaintiff for maintaining a local agency for the sale and delivery of beer. For this tax a distress warrant was issued and the plaintiff paid the tax under protest. Plaintiff then commenced this suit to recover the taxes paid. Casefile provides a thorough description of the plaintiff's beer sales business. Middle Range: 36
Section: C
Shelf: 4
Box Number: 990
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1893 The Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Clarksville, Tennessee v. Thomas Herndon, et al. Montgomery Debt Additional defendants: T. P. Major, Wm. J Ely, and G. Wood. Herndon and Major, described as tobacco warehousemen, went out of business and failed to pay debt owed to the plaintiff. Plaintiff brought suit complaining that Herndon was attempting to dispose of property in order to conceal if from creditors and seeking the settlement of the partnership’s affairs. Middle Range: 36
Section: C
Shelf: 4
Box Number: 990
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1893 Stewart, Ralph & Co. v. F. P. Gracey & Brother Montgomery Debt Stewart, Ralph and Co. was comprised of Robt. Stewart, Alex Ralph, Jno. W. Woodside and Saml. Hendrickson. F. P. Gracey and Brother was comprised of F. P. Gracey and Matt Gracey. Plaintiffs were manufacturers of "snuff," in Philadelphia, PA. They purchased a lot of tobacco in Clarksville, Tennessee and contracted with the defendant to store it in their warehouse. Plaintiffs brought suit after the warehouse caught fire and their tobacco was destroyed. Middle Range: 36
Section: C
Shelf: 4
Box Number: 990
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1893 R. P. Maynard v. The Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co. Montgomery Damages Plaintiff was employed by the defendant as a section laborer and was injured in an accident caused by a worn handcar brake. Plaintiff claimed the defendant was negligent in its duty to fix said brake and brought suit for damages. Middle Range: 36
Section: B
Shelf: 6
Box Number: 970
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1893 Oliver Davis Sr. v. State Montgomery Obstructing a Public Road/Road/Right of Way Plaintiff in error was accused of placing bars across a public road running through his farm. Road was described as the main road running between Bud's Creek and Palmyra. The road was originally constructed by a furnace company for hauling charcoal and ore. Casefile notes that Davis's farm may have been registered under his wife's name. Middle Range: 36
Section: B
Shelf: 5
Box Number: 965
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1893 Lowenthal & Son, et al. v. Max Levin, et al. Montgomery Debt on Account Lowenthal is variously written as Loventhal. Addtl pltfs: B. S. Loventhal, S. J. Loventhal, H. Weil, L. Weil, A. Weil - partners in business at, KY under the name of H. Weil & Sons, M. J. Levy, and Leon Levy in business under the name of M. J. Levy & Son in Nashville. Addtl dfnts.: Frank Levin, S. Oppenhiemer, & Nute Allison. Dfnts. operated a cigar and spirits business, got into debt, and sold stock to et al. dfnts., but didn't pay off debt with it. Pltfs. sued to recover debts. Middle Range: 36
Section: C
Shelf: 1
Box Number: 975
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1893 Louisville and Nashville Rail Road Co. v. Mrs. A. S. Jordan Montgomery Damages Plaintiff owned a railroad line running through the property of the defendant. The line was purchased by the plaintiff in 1859 from the Memphis, Clarksville, and Louisville Railroad Co. and included right of way through said property. Plaintiff also claimed right to 100 feet extending from either side of the road. Plaintiff complained that the defendant blocked access to the 100 ft. right of way and brought suit. The property in controversy was located in the 19th Civil District of Montgomery County. Middle Range: 36
Section: B
Shelf: 6
Box Number: 972
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1893 Lena M. Ragsdale v. Lewis A. Ragsdale Montgomery Divorce Plaintiff brought suit seeking a divorce from the defendant and a decree granting a previously promised interest in a $25,000 note. Plaintiff claimed that defendant was physically abusive and stated that he threatened her life several times. The defendant received a large estate from his father and was perhaps worth up to $200,000. He originally lived in Meridian, Mississippi but moved to Clarksville with his wife where he invested in trotting horses. Middle Range: 36
Section: C
Shelf: 4
Box Number: 990
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1893 L. Gauchat v. J. F. Wood Montgomery Obstructing a Public Road/Road/Right of Way Plaintiff and defendant were neighboring business owners in the City of Clarksville, Tennessee. Plaintiff was the owner of a mercantile jewelry, silverware, watch, and clock business, and the plaintiff was the owner of a mercantile hardware, agriculture, stove, and tin ware business. Plaintiff brought suit complaining that the defendant loaded and unloaded merchandise in front on plaintiff's building, thus obstructing traffic and causing him to lose customers. Middle Range: 36
Section: C
Shelf: 4
Box Number: 990
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1893 Kentucky National Bank v. The Farmers & Merchants National Bank Montgomery Debt This bill was filed by the plaintiff against the defendant (both national banks) alleging that it and the defendant had been doing a "collecting business," through each other and as a result the defendant became indebted to the plaintiff in the sum of $674. The transaction upon which the suit was based was made between Herndon and Major and W. J. Burnett. Middle Range: 36
Section: B
Shelf: 2
Box Number: 953
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1893 J. E. Fort v. N. L. Northington Montgomery Debt Plaintiff issued a note to J. G. Warfiled for $206 and made several payments. Warfield died around 1881 and the note fell into the hands of the defendant as administrator. The defendant filed a bill for the balance of the note but was awarded twice the principal and interest due. Plaintiff filed this bill seeking a review and correction of said decree and a judgment against the defendant for the excess money received . Middle Range: 36
Section: C
Shelf: 3
Box Number: 989
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1893 Henry Lurton (col.) v. A. R. Gholson Surviving Partner, et al. Montgomery Injunction Additional defendants: J. M. Collier, Mattie Smith, W. J. Smith, J. P. Dunlop and wife Laura Dunlop, Charles Smith, and Earl Smith. A. R. Gholson was the surviving member of Smith and Gholson (which also included C. G. Smith). Plaintiff purchased from Smith and Gholson a tract of land located in the City of Clarksville, Tennessee. Plaintiff believed the purchase was rescinded after a claim was made by L. & N. R. R. Co. Smith died and Gholson brought suit and received judgment for the original notes. Middle Range: 36
Section: C
Shelf: 4
Box Number: 990
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1893 First National Bank of Clarksville v. Smith, Edwards & Co. et al. Montgomery Debt Additional defendants: McMurray and Co. composed of William McMurray and Chas R. Hallums, Darden and Co. composed of William Darden and Chas. Hallums, and Jno. Staton Deputy Sheriff. Smith Edwards and Co. was comprised of J. H. Smith, J. T. Edwards, and W. B. Anderson. Defendants (with the exception of Staton) are all engaged in the tobacco selling and warehouse business. This is a bill filled to collect payment of a previous judgment which remains due and unpaid. 2 folders. Middle Range: 36
Section: B
Shelf: 2
Box Number: 954
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1893 Bruce L. Rice, admr. of William Newbern, dec. v. The Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co. Montgomery Damages In 1892 William Newbern, an employee of the defendant, was struck by a train in the town of Clarksville. He died from the resulting injuries, leaving a widow and six children. Plaintiff brought suit for damages as the administrator of Newbern's estate. The defendant claimed Newbern was intoxicated at the time of the accident. Newbern earned $25 per month cleaning the defendant's "Princeton," train. Middle Range: 36
Section: B
Shelf: 6
Box Number: 972
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1893 Abe & Pomp Thompkins v. State Montgomery Trespass The plaintiffs in error are accused of entering the property of S. B. Seat and tearing down fences and gates. The fence in controversy was built across "Old Seven Mile Ferry Road," which runs through Seat's property. Seat claims the road was no longer public but that is still occasionally used as a "shun," road to avoid a nearby toll-gate. Seat and the plaintiffs are neighbors. Plaintiffs claim the road is still public and the only way to travel from their homes. Exhibit materials include a small map. Middle Range: 36
Section: B
Shelf: 3
Box Number: 955
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