William C. Kyle v. George W. Timmons et al

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Supreme Court Case Name: 
William C. Kyle v. George W. Timmons et al
Case Date: 
1861
Court Origin: 
Chancery
Cause/Crime: 
Debt, Execution on

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Division: 
East
Number of Pages: 
48
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Add. Defs: H.S. Mehaffy, Richard Harris, Stokely Brooks, J.W. Parmenter, Joseph S. King. Timmons owed Kyle money & had allegedly absconded to Missouri but, before he left, sold a house & lot in Rogersville to Mehaffy, which sale Kyle believes to be fraudulent & intended to avoid creditors. Kyle also believes Timmons has notes & accounts in the hands of Brooks & that Timmons assigned one note to Def Parmenter, who assigned it to Def King, & that the original assignment to Parmenter was fraudulent.