Jesse G. Lindell v. Bank of Missouri
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Jesse G. LindellJesse G Lindell , plaintiff
vs
The President, Directors & Company
of the Bank of MissouriBank of Missouri Defendants

In virtue of the writ of fierifacias
issued in the above named Cause, and there being no
sufficient lands and tenements, goods & chattels of the
defendants found in the County, whereof to levy the
amount due on said writ, the Sheriff, according to the
form of the statute in that behalf made has Summoned
as garnishee, the following named, debtors of the said
defendants, that is to say; Thomas H. Benton, WilliamWilliam Clark
ClarkWilliam Clark , Robert WashRobert Wash , James Kinnerly & George Kinnerly.

And thereupon, the said plaintiff &
alleges that each & every one of the said garnishee is
and at the time they were respectively summoned as
garnishee in this cause, was a debtor of the said
defendants in execution, in this, to wit - that at the
said time, each and every one of them was, & still is
indebted to the defendants in a large sum of money,
to wit, fifteen thousand dollars, for money and
advanced by the said defendants to the said garnish-
ee respectively, at their respective requests, and then,
(and still) in arrear and unpaid. - And also in
this, that at this said time, each of the said garnish-
ee was, & still is, indebted to the said defendants in
a large sum of money to wit, ten thousand dollars,
upon and in virtue of promissory notes of them, the
said garnishee, by them before that time respectively
made. - And also in this, that at the said time,
each and every one of the said garnishee was, and

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is still indebted to the said defendants in a large
sum of money to wit, Eight thousand dollars, upon
and in virtue of judgments of the Circuit CourtCircuit Court of
St Louis County, rendered against them respectively, in
favor of the said defendants, which still remain of
record in the said court unreversed, & unsatisfied.

And the said plaintiff exhibits the
following interrogatories to be answered by every one of
the said garnishee according to law, viz:

1. Are you not & even you not, at the time you were
summoned as garnishee in this case, a debtor of the
above named defendants - and if so, to what amount,
and when & in what manner did the debt accrue?

2. Are you not & were you not at the time you were summoned as garni-
shes in this case indebted to the said dependants, for
money lent to you by them, and never repaid - if so, in
what amount, when was the loan made, by what in-
struments of writing (if any) evidenced & what has be-
come of such instruments?

3. At the time you were summoned as garnishee were
you not, and are you not now, indebted to the said
defendants, upon and in virtue of certain promissory
NotesNotes , if so, what were the several amounts & dates of
such notes, and when did they respectively fall due, and
what has become of them?

4. At the time you were Summoned as garnishee, were
you not and are you not now, indebted to the said
defendants upon & in virtue of a judgment or judg-
ments of the Circuit Court of the County of St LouisCounty of St Louis, if
so, when was the judgment rendered, for what amount,
and how much, if any of it, has been paid?