Subpoena, 20 June 1843–A [Russell v. JS et al.]

  • Source Note
Page 109
image
The State of Ohio
Lake County ss. [scilicet]
seal
To the Sheriff of said County— Greeting We command you that you summon Joseph Smith Jr , . Thirza [Stiles] Cahoon , . , Winthrop Eaton. Hezekiah Kelley, , , Jonathan Leavitt, Charles A Lord, Wm Robinson, Wright T Conger, — Thomas Underwood, Robert Bald, Asa Spencer, Samuel Hufty, Samuel D Rounds, and , to appear before the Judges of our Court of Common Pleas at the Court House in forthwith to answer a petition in Chancery Exhibited against them & others by and this they shall in no wise omit under the penalty of one thousand Dollars and have you then there this writ
Witness Clerk of our said Court at the twentieth day of June Anno Domini one thousand eight Hundred and forty three.
Clerk
By. C[harles] D. Adams, Deputy.
[. . .]
The State of Ohio
Lake County ss.
Service & Return $4.75
Travel 10
$4.85
I have executed the command of this writ by due and diligent search for the within named Defendants and finding none of them within my bailiwick. June 21. 1843.
L[uther] P. Bates Sheriff [p. 109]
The State of Ohio
Lake County ss. [scilicet]
seal
To the Sheriff of said County— Greeting We command you that you summon Joseph Smith Jr , . Thirza [Stiles] Cahoon , . , Winthrop Eaton. Hezekiah Kelley, , , Jonathan Leavitt, Charles A Lord, Wm Robinson, Wright T Conger, — Thomas Underwood, Robert Bald, Asa Spencer, Samuel Hufty, Samuel D Rounds, and , to appear before the Judges of our Court of Common Pleas at the Court House in forthwith to answer a petition in Chancery Exhibited against them & others by and this they shall in no wise omit under the penalty of one thousand Dollars and have you then there this writ
Witness Clerk of our said Court at the twentieth day of June Anno Domini one thousand eight Hundred and forty three.
Clerk
By. Charles D. Adams, Deputy.
[. . .]
The State of Ohio
Lake County ss.
Service & Return $4.75
Travel 10
$4.85
I have executed the command of this writ by due and diligent search for the within named Defendants and finding none of them within my bailiwick. June 21. 1843.
Luther P. Bates Sheriff [p. 109]
Page 109