Michael Stoner vs. Richard Henderson, 1775-1809

Descriptive Summary

Title
Michael Stoner vs. Richard Henderson, 1775-1809
Creator
Court of Quarter Sessions (Madison County, KY)
Extent
44 pieces
Subjects
Calloway, Richard.
Coburn, John, 1763-1823.
Greenup, Christopher, 1749-1818.
Henderson, Richard, 1735-1785.
Irvin, William.
McConnell, Francis.
McConnell, J. (James)
McConnell, William.
Nicholas, George, 1754?-1799.
Searcy, Reuben.
Stoner, Michael, 1748-1814.
Tribble, Andrew, 1741-1822.
Land tenure--Kentucky.
Madison County (Ky.)--History.
Kentucky--History
Arrangement
Arrangement is chronological.
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: Archives Staff ; machine-readable finding aid created by:Eric Weig
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Scope and Content
This collection consists of papers from a lawsuit heard in the Court of Quarter Sessions in Madison County, Kentucky. The suit relates to a land dispute between Stoner and Henderson. Other concerned parties include Richard Calloway, John Coburn, George Nicholas, William Irvin, Reuben Searcy, Andrew Tribble, and Francis, James and William McConnell. There is also a letter from Christopher Greenup concerning the case.

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