CAMPBELL COUNTY, TN - COURT RECORDS - Index to Minute Book - Vol
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Circuit Court Minutes, Oct 1895-Oct 1898,
U. S. Fritts vs Lucinda Fritts 15 Jun
"15 Jun 1897.
This cause this day came on to be finally heard and determined. . . upon the
bill, judgment proconfesso heretofore regularly taken and entered, and the oral
evidence introduced at the hearing, the defendant being represented by counsel,
from all which it appears to the court that the defendant is guilty of adultery
as charged in the bill and complainant sustaining a good character, is entitled
to the relief sought. Therefore, it is ordered and adjudged by the court that
the bonds of matrimony subsisting between complainant and respondent be
dissolved absolutely, and complainant restored to all the rights of a single and
unmarried man, and execution is awarded against him and his surety for the
costs. (Circuit Court Minutes, Oct 1895-Oct 1898, p5191.)"
Campbell Co., TN Court Minutes - 1816
David Richardson vs Richard Linville -
This day came the parties in this
cause by their attorneys and thereupon came a jury towit, James G. Magee, John
Franklin, Robert Smith, Peter McCulley, Eli Wilson, THOMAS ANDERSON, James
McGinney, John Huckaby, Thomas Skidmore, Joshua Roach, Joseph Hood and Geo.
Rains, who being elected, tried and sworn the truth to speak, upon the matter of
controversy, upon their oaths do say they find for the plaintiff and assess his
damages to ten dollars besides cents. Wherefore it is ordered and considered by
the Court that the plaintiff recover of the defendant his damage aforesaid in
form aforesaid assessed, also his costs by him about his suit in this behalf
expended and the said defendant in mercy & c, and the said Deft, by his
attorney comes and prays an appeal from the foregoing indictment, files his
reason, enters into bond and security and the appeal is
Note: Richard Linville was sheriff of Campbell
Co., TN (Per Campbell Co., TN Court Minutes)
The LaFollette Press
June 8, 1921
Source: microfilm, self owned
For May Term Circuit Court to be Tried at Adjoined
Monday, June 27, 1921
M.A. Wheeler v. James P. Keivet
Jay Blankenship vs. Adams Express Company
Diamond Hosiery Mills vs. Southern Express
Ellen Hill vs. James P. Scott
A.J. Foust vs. LaFollette Coal & Iron
W.E. McCreary vs. Western Union Telegraph Co.
Hugh Ray, Admr., vs. Geo M. and Oscar Richmond
Matt Powers, Adm., vs. Southern Railway Co., Et
William Baird vs. J.F. Walden
Sillas Smith vs. LaFollette Coal & Iron Co.
L.F. Perkins vs. LaFollette Coal & Iron Co.
J.A. Polston vs. LaFollette Coal & Iron Co.
Walter Perkins vs. LaFollette Coal & Iron
Luther Smith vs. LaFollette Coal & Iron Co.
R.D. Butler vs. James Carr
B.F. Walden vs. J.F. Walden
City of LaFollette vs. James Hampton
P.P. Allen vs. J.F. Walden
J.D. McPhetridge vs. Blain Myers
P.J. Fritz vs. Campbell Coal mining Co.
W.R. Nelson vs. Walter Wilson
Jesse Seibers vs. LaFollette Coal & Iron
S.H. David and wife vs. F.D. Cannon
J.M. Williams, N.F. vs. Miller Lumber Company
Tuesday, June 28, 1921
Frank Gaylor vs. Russell Harwood Lumber Co.
S.J. Terry vs. Southern Railway Company
James Childress vs. R.D. Lynch
E.M. Stephens vs. S.F. Broughton
M.L. Link vs. J.H. Barker
M.C. Kaiser & Co., vs. T.Y. Powers
Charley Cannon by N.F. vs. John Russell, Et al.
S.F. Broughton vs. Italian Blue Gem Coal Mine
Tim O’Conner vs. James Cooper
J.N. Russell vs. Amon Tiller
Sam Rapp vs. Genette Lumber Company
Joel Parrott, Et al., vs. Frank Lindsay
Edith Evans, by N.F. vs. Wayne Chambers
Alice Huley, Admr., vs Louisville & Nashville R.R.
Minnie Pierce vs. James Pierce
Obedience Broyles vs. Link Blankenship Etal
William Baird vs. R.D. Davis
B.R. Berry Cantrell vs. J.P. Williams
John Hood vs. Bear Wallow Coal Company
John Sharp vs. R.E. Koontz Etal.
R.E. Koontz vs. Mrs John J. Sharp
William Chapman vs. John Barnette
Frank Schubert vs. George Broyles, Etal.
City of Jellico vs. T.H. King
Rule of Court -No.4
In all civil cases, whether jury of non-jury, parties may
continue by consent, provided provision is made for the payment of all the
unadjudged costs of the cause. In all cases continued by consent where no
provision is made in the agreement for the payment of such costs, all the
unadjudged costs of the case will be adjudged equally between the
Signed, XEN HICKS, Judge
A.L. BURKETT, Clerk
Submitted by Misty