Delph vs. Stephen Dorris
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that there, was no record made until, many years
after it that it was not recorded untill after
1830

question by same do you know any thing in relation to the character of
JesseJesse PattersonPatterson , clerk of the LivingstonLivingston county court at the time
said bill of sale was recorded Answer I took depositions,
in LivingstonLivingston county KentuckyKentucky proving, that
said JesseJesse PattersonPatterson clerk, of Livingston CountyLivingston County KentuckyKentucky
at the, time said bill of sale, was recorded was a professional gambler, otherwise his character, was fare
sworn, to and subscribed before me on the
day at the place and within the hours first aforesaid June, the 26th at, 6 o clock P.M., the proceedings in this
case is adjourned, until tomorrow morning 6 o clock

June, the 27th 1837 met pursuant, to adjournment, and your
and, half past five in the evening, until tomorrow
morning 6 o clock

June 28th 1836 met pursuant to ajournment,
and adjourned, this day half past five in the evening, until tommorow
morning 6 o clock

June 29th met pursuant, to adjournment,
WilliamWilliam B Scott being, of lawful age being produced sworn and
examined, on the part of the plaintiff
deposeth and saith

question by the defendent, state when you were acquainted DelphDelph , the daughter of the plaintiff in this suit
Answer I am and have been from 1817 up to the present
time

question by same state whether or not she lived with Josiah RamsayJosiah Ramsay Sr , up to the year 1826 as his slave

Answer she lived with Josiah RamsayJosiah Ramsay Sr , as his slave up to some