Fatio v. Dewees

Fatio v. Dewees

Lower Court

  • St. Johns County


  • 1838


  • 476


  • 864


James Jackson; wherefore he says he is injured and hath sustained damage to the value of _____dollars and therefore he brings suit to

John Doe and pledge to

Richard Roe prosecute

J. Rodman


County of St. Johns

James Jackson puts in his place John Rodman his attorney, against John Stiles, in a plea of trespass and ejectment.

Notice to Tenant

To Mr. Francis P. Fatio tenant in possession of the premises in the foregoing declaration of Ejectment mention, or of some part thereof.


I am informed that you are in possession of a claim title to premises in this declaration of ejectment mentioned or to some part thereof and being sued in this action as a casual [ejectos?], and have no claim or title to the said premises, do advise you to appear at the next Term of the Superior Court for East Florida to be held at the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday of May next, in person or by some attorney of that court and then and there by rule of the same court to cause yourself to be made defendant in my stead, otherwise I shall suffer Judgment to be entered me by default and you will be turned out of possession.

I am your loving friend

John Stiles

Superior Court for East Florida

James Jackson on the demise of Philip Dewees and others


John Stiles i.e. Francis P. Fatio tenant in possession

Thomas F. Cornell of St. Augustine