Asa Tyrer and Thomas McBeany Lawsuit

Written: June 18, 1830 Asa Tyrer was back in Adams County, Illinois in 1830 as shown by this Circuit Court record:   State of Illinois Adams County   “The people of the state of Illinois to the Sheriff of Adams County, Greeting: Whereas Thomas McBeaney as...

John Myers and Mary Myers Wills

This comes from the will book at IRAD. This is everything on that line for said person. Listed everything. No. 413, MYERS, Mary,; Executor: G.E. Whitlock July 23, 1913; Vol. 10; Pg. 236; Box 84; Vol.171; Page 306; Vol. nothing listed; Page nothing listed; Vol.169;...

William Pearce Will

WILL: WILLIAM PEARCE, 1847, Adams Co, IL Filed July 12, 1847 Recorded in Book pages 212 to 215 A. Miller P.J.P Note written on will: William Pearce died July 6, 1847 – age 26 years. I William Pearce of the county of Adams or Highland in the state of Illinois, do...

William Dickhut v Thomas Durrell Lawsuit

Source: Reports Of Cases Illinois Written: 1849 William Dickhut v. Thomas Durrell. Error to Adams. New trial — exceptions must show proceeding, or no review. Where a motion for a new trial was made in the court below and overruled, the evidence embodied in a bill of...

Samuel Farlow v The Town of Camp Point Lawsuit

Source: Reports Of Cases At Law And In Chancery Written: 1900 Samuel Farlow v. The Town of Camp Point. Opinion filed June 21, 1900. Highways—notice should show what part of road is claimed to be obstructed. One charged with obstructing a highway is entitled to be...

Reuben Rowley v George Berrian Lawsuit

Source: Records Of Cases Illinois Written: 1850 Reuben Rowley, plaintiff in error, v. George W. Berrian, defendant in error. Error to Adams. The characters “N. P.” clearly indicate the office of notary public. In attachment cases, the affidavit, if sworn...

Ira Stout, appellant v John Slattery, appelle

Source: Records Of Cases Illinois Written: 1850 Ira Stout, appellant, v. John Slattery, appellee. Appeal from Adams. If a party shows himself entitled to the remedy to be obtained by certiorari, the filing of the papers from the justice, before the plaintiff appears...