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Monroe Co, TN Court record abstracts 1846, 1857, 1858
Posted by: JD Webster (ID *****2634) Date: February 21, 2009 at 17:12:53
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Found these Monroe Co, Court Abstracts, hope it helps someone.

No.331)   O. Bill   Sale of Negro   Filed 8 Feb 1846 Charles Donohoo, Admr. of Margaret Donohoo, decd vs John J. Humpreys & wife, J.G. Dent & wife, G.W. Turk & wife, L. Sheperd & wife, Saml. Donohoo, Jos. Donohoo, W.P.H. McDermott, Guardian of Henry & Nancy Donohoo.

No.620)  Original Bill  Filed 7 July 1857  John J. Humphreys vs Charles M. McGhee Exec.  John Humphreys said that John McGhee wanted the Donohoo property but knew the hirs of Charles Donohoo would not sell it to him on account of bad feelings.  Humphreys wife was Sallie Donohoo.  Humphreys was very friendly with McGhee and agreed to get the heirs to sell the land to Thomas H. Callaway who would then deed it to McGhee, at agreed price that McGhee would pay, except that McGhee would pay Humphreys more than the agreed amount that the other heirs would get.  Before McGhee paid him he got in bad financial trouble by signing a mon's Bond and told McGhee to wait and pay him later. He gave McGhee a receipt as though he had paid him.  He now wants the Exec. of McGhee estate to pay him.

No.658)  Filed 6 Nov. 1858  S.S. Glen and Henry Donohoo vs Robert Parks, Joseph Johnston, John M.T. Haire, John M. Lowry, Wm. M. Stakely.  All of Monroe Co.  Debt.

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