George W. St. John v. J. M. Hoss et al.

Order: 
Supreme Court Case Name: 
George W. St. John v. J. M. Hoss et al.
Case Date: 
1889
Court Origin: 
Chancery
Cause/Crime: 
Default on Promissory Note

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County:

Division: 
East
Number of Pages: 
344
Notes / Description: 

Additional Defendant: J. M. Hoss, J. H. Hoss, J. H Dosser, S. J. Kirkpatrick, W. H. Correll, C. E. Dosser, Bruff Maddox & Falker, Hustzler Bros., and Tucker, Smith & Co. The plaintiff claimed that J. M. Hoss was indebted to him for two promissory notes executed by him and J. M. Johnson in 1883 for $831 each. St. John requested that all parties provide a full accounting of the properties liable for repayment and that a levy of attachment be placed on all effects in the control of the defendant trustees.