T. G. Boyd v. Alexander Lee, et al.

Order: 
Supreme Court Case Name: 
T. G. Boyd v. Alexander Lee, et al.
Case Date: 
1883
Court Origin: 
Chancery
Cause/Crime: 
Estate Dispute

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Division: 
East
Number of Pages: 
12
Notes / Description: 

Thomas G. Boyd alleged that in 1866, he, Alex Lee, Larkin Carden, A. T. Morgan's widow and heirs, and William Lee (Morgan's son-in-law), became the sureties of G. P. Carmichael on a replevin bond involving a large tract of Morgan's land. The court fined Lee, who had attempted to collect Morgan's debts and cash in on them. Carden claimed title to the land. The transcript is challenging, as it confuses A. T. Boyd and A. W. Boyd. Also involved is Isham Hammonds found in ET 1659.