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John Miller & Bryan Croom vs. Fredrick & Lewis Hoc

John Miller & Bryan Croom vs. Fredrick & Lewis Hoc

Lower Court

  • Leon County

Date

  • 1847

Box

  • 473

Folder

  • 855

Transcript

and afterwards towit on the 15 day of March AD 1845 the defendants filed their Appeal Bond which was approved by the Clerk and is in the words and figures following towit

"Know all men by these presents, That we John Miller, Bryan Croom are held and firmly bound unto Frederick Hoc & Lewis Hoc in the just, and full sum of four hundred dollars to be paid unto the said Frederick Hoc & Lewis Hoc their certain attorney, their executors administrators or assigns for the payment, whereof, well and truly to be made we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally, firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals and dated this 16[th] day of March in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty five. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas at a Superior Court of Law, held for the middle district of Florida, Leon County, in Tallahassee on the fifth day of March AD1845 in an action of debt between the above named Frederic Hoc & Lewis Hoc Plaintiffs and the above bound John Miller and Bryan Croom defendants, it was considered by the said Court, that the said Frederick Hoc & Lewis Hoc should recover against the said John Miller and Bryan Croom the sum of five hundred. The debt in the declaration mentioned to be discharged by the payment of two hundred & five dollars & the costs from which judgment the said John Miller & Bryan Croom have appealed to the Court of Appeals: If therefore the said John Miller & Bryan Croom shall prosecute the said appeal with effect, or pay and satisfy the