Bill in Chancery, circa 19 June 1843 [Russell v. JS et al.]
P & R Hitchcock & Wilder on behalf of , , Lake Co., OH, [ca. 19 June 1843], Russell v. JS et al. (Lake Co., OH, Court of Common Pleas 1844). Copied [ca. 18 Mar. 1844] in Transcript of Proceedings, Lake County Court of Common Pleas, Chancery Record, vol. B, pp. 105–107; handwriting of ; Lake County Courthouse, Painesville, OH; microfilm at FHL.
ing persons claim to have recovered judgments against one or more of said mortgagors since said mortgage was executed & recorded which said judgments they claim are liens upon said premises subject to your s said Mortgage to wit. — of the City of in the State of . . . . , . , of said City of . of , New York Thomas Underwood, , Asa Spencer & Samuel Hufty of in the State of . of of the State of — of in said County of Lake— & said of said — The Cuyahoga Steam Furnace Company. of in the County of Cuyahoga and of Madison in said County, and said as Administrator of Claudius Stannard Jr & that said judgment in favor of said Underwood , Spencer & Hufty has been assigned to one of said — your therefore prays that all the above named persons be made Defendants to this Bill— that the writ of Subpoena may be issued against them, that they may each answer the premises— that an account may be taken of what is due your on said notes & mortgage & that on the final hearing of this cause said mortgaged premises may by a decree of this Court be ordered to be sold and the proceeds thereof be applied in satisfaction of the amount found due your as aforesaid and for such other & further relief in the premises as equity and good conscience may require, and your will every pray &c.