Johnson v. Armistead

Johnson v. Armistead

Lower Court

  • Hastings County, Virginia


  • 1834


  • 476


  • 865


The three last named by guardian to be specially assigned them to defend this suit_ may be made parties defendants to their Bill, and required to answer The allegations Thereof and that the said Marcus A. Armistead be required by a decree of this Court To render thereto an amount of his administration of the Estate of John C. Armistead died, and to pay your orator William R. Johnson advisor of Adelia H. Johnson and, such amount as may appear once to him as such from the said account; That the said George W. Harrison be in like manner required to enter an amount to this Court of his transactions as guardian of the late Adelia H. Johnson died, and to discover all The Estate of his late ward now in his hands and to pay over in like manner to your orator William R. Johnson advisor of the said Adelia H. and, whatever amount of money may appear in the said amount so to be remembered, to be due from The said Guardian, and likewise to deliver over to the said William R. whatever property and effects may be in his hands as aforesaid of his late ward That by a decree of this Court your Honor will appoint fit and proper commissioners to make a division of all the Estate, real and personal, of the late John C. Armistead and which was held in coparcenary by the said Adelia H. died, and her said brother John William, and all of one equal third part of such real Estate to your orator John Evans Johnson, to be by him held and enjoyed as tenant by the Courtesy with remainder To his said infant son William N.A. Johnson, and all of in like manner one equal third part of all the slaves and other personal