Case records, 1788-1815.


Case records, 1788-1815.

The collection contains records of suits in the Circuit Court, including John Hodgson vs. William Temple, 1810-1815; James Hopkirk, surviving partner of Alexander Spiers, John Bowman and Company vs. Mary Hill, Amasa Palmer, George Penn, Micajah Pendleton and Drury Bell, 1815; Haggarty & Austin vs. Thomas N. and Newton Bergman, 1811-1815; Archibald Hamilton & Company vs. James Lyle, Charles Duncan and Alexander Love, partners of Jameson Campbell Calvert & Company, 1807; and heirs of John Henry vs. Conway and Fortescue Whittle, 1812-1815. They all concern unpaid business debts.

30 items.


SNAC Resource ID: 7272345

Valentine Richmond Historical Center

Related Entities

There are 22 Entities related to this resource.

Love, Alexander (person)

John Bowman and Company. (corporateBody)

Archibald Hamilton & Co. (corporateBody)

Haggerty & Austin. (corporateBody)

Penn, George (person)

Bell, Drury. (person)

Hodgson, John (person)

Epithet: Chief Clerk in Westminster Court of Requests British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000750.0x000257 ...

Hill, Mary. (person)

United States. Circuit Court (District of Virginia) (corporateBody)

Pendleton, Micajah. (person)

Jameson Campbell Calvert & Company. (corporateBody)

Spiers, Alexander (person)

Bergman, Newton. (person)

Palmer, Amasa. (person)

Hopkirk, James (person)

Epithet: of Dalbeth, near Glasgow British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000789.0x000192 ...

Duncan, Charles, 1892- (person)

Lyle, James R. (person)

Temple, William, (person)

Bergman, Thomas N. (person)

Whittle, Conway. (person)

Whittle, Fortescue. (person)

Henry, John Arthur (person)

John Henry was a resident of Golconda, Illinois in the 1820s. From the description of John Henry letter, 1821. (Murray State University). WorldCat record id: 666502750 William Henry Arrowsmith and Mary Glentworth Arrowsmith (1787-1873) were married in 1812 in New York City. She died in Quincy, Illinois. From the description of Arrowsmith - Glentworth genealogical charts, by John A. Henry, 1983. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 324995465 He ...