Joseph Cunningham, Administrator for the Estate of David Cunningham v. William Sublette
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sum of money whenever he the said WilliamWilliam should
be thereunto afterwards requested

4.And also for that whereas heretofore to wit on the
day & year last aforesaid, at the County aforesaid, and
after the death of the said DavidDavid Cunningham CunninghamDavid Cunningham , the
said WilliamWilliam Sublette SubletteWilliam Sublette accounted with the said
JosephJoseph Cunningham CunninghamJoseph Cunningham as such administrator
as aforesaid, of & concerning divers other sums of
money due & owing from the said WilliamWilliam to the said
DavidDavid , at the time of the death of the said DavidDavid
& then in arrear & unpaid and upon that account=
ing the said WilliamWilliam was found to be in arrear &
indebted to the said DavidDavid , in another large sum of
money to wit: two thousand Dollars: and being so found
to be in arrear & indebted, he the said WilliamWilliam
in consideration thereof, undertook & then & there
promised the said JosephJoseph Cunningham CunninghamJoseph Cunningham as such
administrator as aforesaid, to pay him the said
last mentioned sum of money whenever he the
said WilliamWilliam should be thereunto afterwards
requested. Yet the said WilliamWilliam Sublette SubletteWilliam Sublette ,
although often requested, has not paid the several
sums of money above mentioned nor either of them
nor any part thereof either to the said DavidDavid Cunningham
CunninghamDavid Cunningham in his lifetime, to the said
JosephJoseph Cunningham CunninghamJoseph Cunningham , as such administrator as
as aforesaid, since the death of the said DavidDavid .

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but the same still remain due & unpaid, to the
damage of the said Joesph as such administrator
Two thousand dollars, & therefore he suees &

And the said plaintiff brings here into court
the letters of administration to him granted in
one form of law, bearing state the nineteenth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & thirty, which sufficiently testify
to the Court here that he is such administrator
as in his declaration he has above alleged.

EdwdEdward Bates BatesEdward Bates