D. C. Haskins v. W. H. Hammond et ux. AND J. D. Varnell. exe. v. W. H. Hammond et ux.

Order: 
Supreme Court Case Name: 
D. C. Haskins v. W. H. Hammond et ux. AND J. D. Varnell. exe. v. W. H. Hammond et ux.
Case Date: 
1889
Court Origin: 
Chancery
Cause/Crime: 
Default on Promissory Note

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County:

Division: 
East
Number of Pages: 
255
Notes / Description: 

Plaintiff Haskins sued the defendant as his security for a $800 note executed to Joseph McCulley for money loaned to Hammond. Haskins and Varnell charged that Hammond, after accumulating many liabilities and creditors, conveyed his lands to his wife Mary to avoid his real estate being subject to liability for his debt. Plaintiff requested the court declare the conveyance fraudulent and subject the defendants property to sale for repayment of debts.