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Welcome AmerineAuthor: Becky Lee (Amerine) Brenner
Date: 27 Oct 2003 5:16 AM GMT
Classification: QueryTrying to determine the parents of myg-g-grandfather, Welcome AMERINE b. 1810, Sevier Co, Tenn.
We believe it to be GeorgeAMERINE Jr. b.1784 who also livedin Sevier Co. for a time, later in Blount Co.
George was married to Lydia CROWSON in1823 when he was 39.
We think he may've had a wife previous to thiswho may've been Welcome's mother. Can anyone help me with this?
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McMinn Co., TNP-265 Thursday Morning 7th June 1827
Two References to George Amerineas a Juror
Court met according to adjournment. Present the worshipful TidenceLane, George Colville and Jackson Smith, Esq, Juistices & C.
Claibourn Pigg vs Eson Frantin|Certo|This day came the parties by theirAttornies and their upon came a jury to wit. Leven L. Ball, Isaac Lane,Stephen Sentor, William Orr, Abraham Barns, John Hickman, John Smedly BenjaminWassen Daniel McGhee John Camp, John Doran and Thorton Godard who beingelected tried and sworn well and truly to try this matter of controbersyupon their oaths do say they cannot agree where upon by consent of theparties by their attornies and by order of the Court a mistrial is enteredand the jury discharged.
John S. Black vs John Campbell|Certi|This day came the plaintiff byAttorneys and Certiorari and after agrument thereon by the counsel andmature deliberation had ther on by the Court. It is ordered by the Courtthat the plaintiffs rule be made absolete and that the defendants Ceriorariby dismissed and that the plaintiff recover against the defendant his costsin this behalf expended for which execution may Issue. And on motion ofthe plaintiff by his Attorney a procedendo is awarded by the Court to JobH. Porter esqr. to proceed on the records of this sute in his office tocollect said plaintiffs Debt.
The court then adjourned till tomorrow Mourning nine o'clock.
P-277 Thursday September Session 1827
John Nelson vs Edmond Pearce & Western Pearce| Appeal | This daycame the defendants by their attornies and the plaintiff being Solemnlycalled to come into court and prosecute his aforesaid suit against saiddefendant and a non suit would be entered against him, came not but madedefault. Therefore it is ordered by the Cout that the plaintiff be nonsuited and that the defendants go hence without day, and recover againstthe plaintiffs all the cost by them about their said suit in this behalfexpended for which exection may issue.
Daniel Paine for use of William Pain vs Thomas Grisham| Covenants |This day came the parties by their attornies and where upon came a Jury(to wit) James Kenady James M. Caslin George Monroe James Cox Thomas WJackJames Hawkins Henry Glaze William Balw Thomas Wakefield James Walker JohnCampbell and Joseph Browder who being elected tried and sworn well andtruly to try the issue joined upon their oath do say they find for theplaintiff and assess his damages to One hundred and twenty fiv dollarsEighty three cents.. It is therefore considered by the court that Judgmentbe rendered against the defendant for the sum of one hundred and twentyfive dollars eighty three cents and also his costs about his said suitin this behalf expended.
Brabson McAllister vs Jacob Moore| Debts | This day came the partiesby their attornies and thereup came a jury to wit. Wade Hampton GeorgeWilson Abner Lea John Wodin William Or James Blackburn John McCay JamesH. King Isham Dennis Joel Jones John Smedley and Harris D. Thorpe who beingelected and sworn well and truly to try the issueJoined upon their oatsdo say that the Defendant has not paid the debt in the Declaration mentionedin manner & form as in pleading he hath alledged and the assets thePlaintiff's Damages by reason of the non performance of his Debt to TwentyOne dollars and sixt six cents besides cost. It is therefore consideredby the court that the Plaintiffs recover against the defendant their debtof seventy two Dollars and forty five cents together with his damages aforesaidby the Jury afresaid in form aforesaid assessed also his costs by him abouthis suit in this behalf expended.
P-277 Court adjourned until morrow 9 o"clock
P-280 Friday Sept 7th 1827
James A. Calahan vs Nimrod O. Kelly| Certiorari| This cause continuedon affidavit of the Defendant is to pay the cost of theis continuance forwhich execution may issue.
John Twiford vs William Gray| Certiorari| This day came the partiesby their Attornies and there upon a Jury to wit--George Gibson, Alban Jones,GeorgeAmerine, John B. Campbell, James Hawkins William Shook, HenryMcKorkle, William Reed Willam S. Mason, William R. Tucker and Willaim Forrester,who being elected tried nd sworn well and tryly to try the matter in controversybetween the parties upon their oaths do say that they find for the plaintiffhis debt of Twenty Dollars. It is therefore considered by the Court thatthe plaintiff recover against the Defendant his debt aforesaid by Juryin form aforesaid assessed and also his cost by him about his suit in thisbehalf expended.
Burnett Hicklin vs John Tucker et dis.| This day came the parties byAttornies and by the agreement of the Counsel andwith the consent of thecourt this cause is transferred to the Circuit Court and the Clerk is orderedto transmit a copy of the record to the same.
William Shook vs Tidence Lane| Appeal | This cause is continued onaffidavit of the Defendant until the next term of this court.
William R. Tucker vs Elijah White| Appeal | This day came the partiesand thereupon a Jury to wit George Gibson William P. Reed Oliver DosonAlban Jones George AmerineJames Hawkins Henry McKorkle William Rudd, William Forrester, John S. LeaBarnett Hicklin and Robert Wilson who being elected tried and sworn welland truly to try the matter in controversy upon their Oaths do say. thatthey find for the plaintiff Twenty Dollars and Eight cents Debt besideshis cost--It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recoveragainst the defendant his debt aforesaid by the Jury in form aforesaidassessed and also his cost by him about his said suit in this behalf expended.
John Frazerne vs. William McCubbin | This cause is continued as anaffidavit of the Plaintiff until the next term of this Court & C.
P-281 Friday September 7th 1827
Ca Sa [?]
John G. Glace vs Alfred M. Parks| In this cause the defendant was arrestedon a Ca Sa issued by the Clerk of this Court and gave bond with Securityfor his appearance at a court of Pleas...[balance not copied]
????? vs James Shelton| This day came the defendant by Attorney andmoved the court upon cause shwon the court by affidavit of the defendantto award a subpoena Duosetious to summon Henry Price to come into Courtand give Evidence in said Suit and to bring with him all the papers inhis possession in a suit before him tried in which the said William McCormickwas plaintiff and the said James Shelton was defendant which was accordinglyordered.
This day came thie parties by their attornies and thereupon came aJury (to wit) James Miller Jesse Mayfield John Miller William Bates PeterBond Benjamin Hawkins Alexander Witson Jeremiah Hambrick, William ThompsonAndrow Cowan Isham Taber and James A Templeton who being elected triedand sworn well and truly to try the issue Joined who from rending theirverdict were repited until tomorrow.
P-284 Court adjourned until morrow Morning 9 o'clock.
Wm L Taylor
P-284 Wednesday 5 Decr 1827
Court met accordingly to adjournment. Present the Worshipful GeorgeColville Jackson Smith Tidence Lane and William L Taylor, Esqrs. Justices& C
P-285 Wednesday 6th December 1827
George McCullock vs John McCullock|In this case the Julry respitedfrom Rendinger them Judge verdict on yesterday returned into Court theseVerdict and found for the plaintiff and assed his damaged Thirty Two Dollarsand fifty cents besides costs. It is therefore considered by the courtthat the plaintiff recover against the defendant his damages aforesaidby the jury in form aforesaid assest and all his cost in his said suitin this behhalf expended for which execution may Issue.
P-285 James Stepp came into court and surrendered himself inot the custodyof the Sheriff.
State vs James Stepp| James Stepp by attorney moved the court to setside aside the forfeiture against him on a scare facious for non attendanceat thelast term of this court. It is therefore considered by the courtthat the forefeiture be set aside--and the time given the defendant untiltomorrow morning to show cause why he should not be taxed with the costs.
State vs James Stepp|PL.|This day came James P. Lowry Attorney Generaland in his proper person who being arraigned on a bill of Indivtment forPetite Larceny says there of heis not Guilty andputs himself on Contryfor trial and the Attorney General doth the like and there upon came aJury (to wit) Abner Witt, William King, John McCay, Amos Pots, BenjaminWatson, John B. Campbell George McCullock Mathew Kelly Gideon.
McMinn County, Tennessee
WPA Wills and Inventory
These records were transcribed from the WPA microfilm. This is a partialtranscription made of pages that contain the Campbell name.
P-60 Court Adjourned until Tomorrow Mourning nine oclock
J. H. Porter, JP
Jno Thornbaery, JP
S McConnell JP
John B Flemigon
P-60 Wednesday Mourning 4th Septr 1822 Court net according to
Present the Worshipfull
John Thornberry .............................................................Justices& C
John H Porter
John B Flaimgon
P-60 The State vs. John Jordan, Sr. | This day came Thomas S. Campbellwho prosecutes for the state as well as the defendant in hi proper personwho being arreigned on a bill of the Indictment for any affray pleads guiltyand prays the Meroy of the Court. It is therefore considered by the Courtthat he be finded fifty cents and pay the Costs of the prosecution andbe taken and Henry Funkhawser came into Court and acknowledged himselfsecurity for the fine and costs.
P-60 The Sate vs. William Brown| Affray | This day came Thomas J. Campbellwho prosecutes for the State as well as the defendant in his proper personwho being arreigned on a bill of Indictment for the affray pleads Guiltyand prays the Mercy of the Court. It is therefore considered by the Courtthat he be fined 50¢ and pay the Costs of this prosecution and JoelK. Brown Came into Court and acknowledged himself Securety for the fineand costs.
P-60 The Sate vs. John Jardain, Jr.| Affray | This day came Thomas J.Campbell who prosecutes for the State as well as the defendant in his properperson who being arreigned on a bill of Indictment for the affray pleadsGuilty and prays the Mercy of the Court. It is therefore considered bythe Court that he be fined 50¢ and pay the Costs of this prosecutionand John Jordain, Senr. Came into Court and acknowledged himself Securetyfor the fine and costs.
P-61 The Sate vs. Lampkin Sherrill| Affray | This day came Thomas J.Campbell who prosecutes for the State as well as the defendant in his properperson who being arreigned on a bill of Indictment for the affray pleadsGuilty and prays the Mercy of the Court. It is therefore considered bythe Court that he be fined 50¢ and pay the Costs of this prosecutionand Joel K. Brown Came into Court and acknowledged himself Securety forthe fine and costs.
Richard G. Waterhouse vs. Isaac McPherson| Certioari| This day camethe defendant by his Attorneys and entered a rule to show cause why theproceedings in this cause should be quashed and plaintiff by his attorneysmoved the Court to dismiss sd Cartiorari
Ephriam Cate vs. Absalom Sivils|Certiorari| This day came the plaintiffby his Attorney and in this cause shall be dismissed.
John King for the use of Phillip Rains vs Barnet Hicklin|Covenant|byconsent of the parties time is given in this cause to declare and pleadso as not to delay trial. At the nex session of this court. Court thenadjourned until tomorrow morning Nine o'clock.
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