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Letter from Court Clerk, Shepherdsville, KY to Justice of Peace Clark County, Indiana Territory 28 Apr 1818

Description: This is a letter written by Frederic William Spence Grayson, Clerk of the Court in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, on 28 April 1818. It is addressed to John T. Ghum and James McCampbell, Gent Justice of the Peace in the Indiana Territory [Indiana was a state by this time] and County of Clark. Grayson is asking that two or more of the people listed come to court to be a witness for Jacob Bowman, defendant, who is in a law suit against Nathan Mayo, plaintiff.
Origin: 1818-04-28
Created By: Grayson, Frederic William Spence
Collection: Clark County Collections
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Geography: Shepherdsville, Bullitt County, Kentucky
Subjects: Witnesses--Court
Clark County (Ind.)
Shepherdsville (Ky.)

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