John Colter vs. Edward Hempstead
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Edward HempsteadEdward Hempstead
adm. of MM Lewis LewisM Lewis
John Colter

The Defendant pleads that at time
of exhibiting the plaintiffs to writ on the
day of August? in the Year one thousand eight hundreds &
at the Town & District of Saint LouisDistrict of Saint Louis had of the
said to the appraised value of One thousand and
one Dollar's and seventy cents, according to the inventory
& apraisement in the office of the Judge of probate
for the District of St LouisSt Louis, that on the twenty second day
of August aforesaid, a part of said Estate was by him
to public sale. On a of six months
the amount of four hundred thirty eight Dollars and
there remains in his hands unsold uncollected & unpaid & notes to the appraised value of Five hundred
ninety two dollars &seventy cents. (out of which is to be
deducted the charge & fees of the administration) that
the following demands have been presented to him as of said Estate - ToWrit?.. -

rend="bracketed">Jacob PhilipsonJacob Philipson on Decree of the Court of
Common Pleas. St LouisSt Louis District balance due

AlexanderAlexander underseal against said LewisLewis 750-
JamesJames note - against said Lewis
Pierre - a protested bill of exchange 18.75
- note - against said LewisLewis 30.75
note - against said LewisLewis 10.-
judgment obtained by G. against
the Defendant as administrator to the court
of common pleas for the District of St LouisSt Louis
WilliamWilliam H. Thomas protested Bill of
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CharlesCharles Sanguinette SanguinetteCharles Sanguinette note against said for $125.00
The Plaintiffs demand and in this sum 559.00

Amounting in the whole to the sum of Two thousand Eight
hundred Forty two Dollars Cents. which leaves the said Estate
insolvent, not calculating the charges & fees of administration
not yet ascertained to the amount of One thousand eight
hundred & Eleven Dollars, Fifty Six Cents - and that no
other Goods - or chattels - of the said have since come
to his hands.

All which he is ready to verify --

EEdward Hempstead . HempsteadEdward Hempstead .