September 21, 1839 Affidavit to Obtain Appeal vs David Carson

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Title

September 21, 1839 Affidavit to Obtain Appeal vs David Carson

Description

This document is from a series of Missouri court cases concerning David Carson during his time in Platte County, Missouri. Nicholas E Broaddus is filing an Affidavit to appeal the judgment from a previous case in which he was ordered to pay the cost of the case. It reads, “Nicholas E. Broaddus James H. Bullard & William D. Bullard vs David Carson
State of Missouri
County of Platte
Affidavit to obtain an Appeal
Before me, Charles Wells, one of the Justices of the Peace for Lee Township in Platte County Personally came Nicholas E Broaddus who being duly sworn according to law, doth depose and say that whereas Judgement was rendered against him for the costs in the above cause, on the 14th day of Sept. 1839. And that he demands an appeal from the Judgement of the Justice, in the above cause, and that this appeal is not demanded in order to delay the prosecution of the above suit, from a speedy and final decision; nor for any aggravating purpose, only that he considered himself aggrieved by the decision of the Justice, and that he demands an appeal to the circuit court only on that account and further this appellant saith not.” It is signed by N E Broaddus and Charles Wells, Justice of the Peace.

Creator

Platte Circuit Court

Source

Jan Meranda Personal Collection

Publisher

LCLP

Date

1839-09-21

Contributor

Bob Zybach, Jan Meranda

Rights

No Copyright, Public Domain

Format

PNG

Language

English

Type

Legal Document

Identifier

Missouri-5

Coverage

Platte County, Missouri

Citation

Platte Circuit Court, “September 21, 1839 Affidavit to Obtain Appeal vs David Carson,” Letitia Carson Digital History Collection , accessed February 25, 2024, https://letitiacarson.omeka.net/items/show/226.

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