Clerks of Inferior Court for Pulaski County, Georgia from the years 1809-1866. John Rainey, May 4, 1809 David Gertman, Nov. 2, 1809 Joseph Wood, Oct. 29, 1811 Washington Lancaster, Jan. 9, 1816 Robert Moreland, Jan. 13, 1818 Robert Moreland, Jan. 11, 1820 Joshua R. Wimberly, Jan. 29, 1822 G. B. Gardner , Jan. 14, 1824
Clerks of Superior Court from Pulaski County, Georgia for the years of 1809-1936. Richard H. Thomas, May 4, 1809 Richard H. Thomas, Nov. 2, 1809 Richard Thomas, Oct. 29, 1811 Turner Everett, Feb. 1814 Edward Smith, Jan. 9, 1816 Gray B. Gardner, Jan. 13, 1818 Gray B. Gardner, Jan. 11, 1820 Gray B. Gardner, Jan.
This page provides an extensive list of Alabama court records that have been transcribed and placed online.
These are the kind of records you may obtain when you order Fort Smith Criminal Records. October 23, 1882 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, WESTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS. THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, To The Marshal of the Western District of Arkansas, GREETING: WHEREAS, Complaint on oath hath been made before me, charging that Jasper
The book was brought to Oregon in 1843; it was called the “blue book,” and was bound in blue boards. On the 27th of June, 1844, the Legislative Committee adopted an Act “Regulating the Executive Power, the Judiciary and for Other Purposes,” of which Art. III, Sec. 1, was as follows: “Sec. 1. All the
The most remarkable litigation, however, is the series of cases known as the Holladay cases. Ben Holladay, whose name appears more than once in these pages, was the prince of borrowers, and among other creditors for large sums, was his brother Joseph. The two men were as unlike in appearance and character as though they
This is a survey of Georgia Counties in which some sort of natural disaster (and man made in some cases) may have affected the county record repositories. You will notice that many of these dates correspond with years in the civil war as the Union soldiers made it a point to burn the county courthouse
Under the Constitution of 1799, there were three inferior courts, the Circuit Court, the County Court and the single Magistrate. The first was the same as at present, though in the scarcity of lawyers, the fashion was to travel the circuit, the Judge leading and the bar following as escort. Hopkinsville, Elkton, Russellville and Greenville