Peter Provenchere and Frederick Butler v. Thompson Bird
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and the same then there come to the possession
of the said defendant by finding
yet the said defendant, well knowing the
said goods and chattels to be the property of
the said FrederickFrederick , Butler in his life time
and at the time of his death and after
his of right to belong to the plain
tiff administrator as aforesaid to which
said plaintiff after the death of the
said FrederickFrederick , Butler towit on the
thirty first day of may in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixteen of St LouisSt Louis in the County ofCounty of St Louis
St LouisCounty of St Louis aforesaid administration of all
and singular the goods chattels, rights
and credits which were of the said FrederickFrederick ,
Butler deceased, at the time of his death
who died interstate, by MaryMary P LeDuc Clerk
of the Circuit court within and for the
of of
aforesaid according to the statute in that
case, made and provided in due form of
law was granted but and
and to and
the said plaintiff administrator, as
aforesaid since the death of the said FredrickFredrick
Butler in this behalf did not deliver the said
goods & chattels or any of them or any part, thereof
to said plaintiff administrator or aforesaid although often
requested so to do and particularly, requested by
said plaintiff to deliver, the same goods and
chattels to him on the tenth day of June in the year of eighteen, hundred and sixteen
aforesaid at the place aforesaid as administrator,
as aforesaid And the said defendant
afterwards and after the death of the said
FrederickFrederick , Butler towit on the twenty first day of september in the year of one thousand right hundred and fifteen