John E. Seamen et. al vs. Schooner Forester and Cargo

John E. Seamen et. al vs. Schooner Forester and Cargo

Lower Court

  • Franklin County

Date

  • 1839

Box

  • 476

Folder

  • 865

Transcript

United States of America- Territory of Florida- Franklin County

Know all men by these presents that we D.B. Wood, Robert Myers, James H. Iverson, H & D Cotheal, and J. Lovett by our Agent John E. Seaman and John E. Seaman and J.C. Boote of the county of Franklin in said Territory acknowledge ourselves held and firmly bound unto the Marshall of the Middle District of Florida for the benefit of whom it may concern in the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars for the full payment of which we bind ourselves our heirs executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents sealed with our seals and dates this tenth day of October, 1838.

The condition of the above bond is such that whereas the above bound Wood, Myers, Iverson, Cotheal, and Lovett by their agent John E. Seaman Master and part owner and John E. Seaman of Schooner Orleans is about suing out an original process in sum against the Schooner Forester and Cargo in a cause of Salvage civil and maritime and returnable to the November term of the Superior Court of said County exercising jurisdiction in Admiralty- now if the said Wood, Myers, Iverson, Cotheal, and Lovett and Seaman- shall well and truly pay all costs and damages as shall be awarded against the said John E. Seaman master and agent and part owner as aforesaid or against the said Wood, Myers, Iverson, Cotheal, and Lovett, and Seaman by the Court or in case of an appeal by the appellate Court then this bond to be void else remain in full force and virtue.