Johnson v. Armistead

Johnson v. Armistead

Lower Court

  • Hastings County, Virginia


  • 1834


  • 476


  • 865


Appointed commissioner for any three of them, taking to their assistance a competent surveyor, if necessary, after like notice to the parties, proceed to lay off. The lands and tenements of the interstate John C. Armistead deed, situate in the County of Brunswick and the Town of Petersburg, and not heretofore assigned to his widow as part of her dower, in due proportions, and allot one third part thereof to be laid off. to the infant complainant to be held by him as tenant by the courtesy with remainder to his infant son, the defendant William R. A. Johnson, and that the said commissioners do respectively report their proceedings to this Court, with any matters specially stated deemed pertinent by themselves, or which may be required by the parties to be so stated~

And at another day. To Wit: at a Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery held at the Court House in the Town of Petersburg. In the month of June One Thousand Eight Hundred and thirty five This cause was continued generally, for the commissioners' report. and at another day to Wit: at a Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery held at the Court house in the Town of Petersburg in the month of November in the year 1835 as aforesaid_ The Commissioner returned the following account and report which was accordingly filed. ~

Commissioner's Report