David L. Yulee v. Francis Bradier

David L. Yulee v. Francis Bradier

Lower Court

  • St. Johns County


  • 1861


  • 473


  • 853


Supreme Court of Florida

County of St. Johns

Know all men by these presents. That we Francis Bradier Executor and Michael Neligan and John W. Swiney, Are held and firmly bound under David S. Yulee, in the just and full sum of one hundred dollars, good and lawful money of the United States, for full payment whereof well and truly to be made. We find ourselves, our heirs, our executors, and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents- sealed with our seals and dated this 13[th] day of March 1858.

The condition of the above bond or obligation is such, that whereas the said Francis Bradier has propounded a certain paper writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Susan Murphy deceased fate of said County, as executor thereof for probate in the probate court for St. John's County, to the probate for which the said David S. Yulee by his attorney at law George R. Fairbanks and B.A. Putnam esquires filed their caveat. And whereas said Caveat was duly certified to the Honorable the Circuit Court for said country, and a trial thereon had, at the Spring Term thereof 1858 as required by Law- and whereas the said Francis Bradier is dissatisfied with the verdict of the Jury, and the judgment of the said Circuit Court in the premises, and prays an Appeal to the Supreme Court of the state of Florida- Now should the said Francis Bradier Executor will and truly pay all costs which may hereafter be adjudged against him in said Supreme Court in the event judgment be rendered against him- and the judgment of the court below be approved- then the above bond or obligation to be and become null and void else to remain of full force and virtue.