R.K. Call v. Jeter

R.K. Call v. Jeter

Lower Court

  • Leon County


  • 1843


  • 3


  • 33


are greatly depreciated and of the value of only sixty cents in the dollar and that it was contracted agreed and understood between said defendants and said Lorimer at the execution of said note that said sum was to be repaid in similar funds by said defendants and that said note was transferred to said plaintiff after it became due and that said debts have heretofore and before the commencement of this suit paid on said note the sum of five thousand dollars and that the residue of said note they have at all time previous and now are ready to pay and satisfy in the Bank bills of said Banks, and this they are ready to verify, wherefore &c &c &c

And for further plea in this behalf the said defendants protesting as aforesaid say actio non & because they say that said plaintiff title to said note if any he has is received through one Le Baron who claimed to be administrator to said Fauntleroy with the will of said Fauntleroy annexed and that in fulfillment of the provisions of said supposed will be the said Le Baron transferred said note among others to be the widow of said Fauntleroy who shortly thereafter intermarried with Colquet of the state of Georgia and that said note came to the possession of said plaintiff through said widow and Colquet directly or indirectly and said defendants aver that said supposed will has been annulled and set aside by the Courts of the territory. Having jurisdiction thereof and further over that property, and interest in said note is in the legal representatives and heir of said Fauntleroy and not in said plaintiff or any other person except said legal representatives &c and this they are ready &c &c