Benjamin Wasson, Affidavit, 10 May 1844–B [JS v. Reynolds and Wilson–A]
Benjamin Wasson, Affidavit, before Charles Chase, , Lee Co., IL, 10 May 1844, JS v. Reynolds and Wilson–A (Lee Co., IL, Circuit Court 1844); printed form with manuscript additions in unidentified handwriting; signatures of Benjamin Wasson and Charles Chase; notation by unidentified scribe, [, Lee Co., IL], 20 May 1844; two pages; microfilm of photostat in JS v. Joseph H. Reynolds and Harmon T. Wilson, 1843–1845, CHL.
Benjamin Wasson being duly sworn, on oath deposes and says, that he attended as witness in the cause wherein Joseph Smith is plaintiff, and Joseph [H.] Reynolds & <are> defendant,s for four days at the May term A. D. 1844, of the Circuit Court of said , at the instance of said plaintiff.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10 day of May A. A. 1844