Nisely / Knisely / Knisly - Court Abstracts

Submitted by: Cathy Gowdy

Frederick County, Virginia Court Order Books

Book 14, 1767-1770
p.122: 3 Sep 1767
Court ordered that Samuel Nisely pay Anthony Nisely 75lbs
tobacco for 3 days attendance for him as a witness against Bossing

Book 15, 1770-1772
p. 448: 8 Nov 1772
Court
Benjamin Knisley, Plt.}
vs } In Debt
John Russell, Deft. }

This day came the parties by their attornies and thereupon came a
duty... deft. hath not paid the debt in the Declaration mentioned
aamounting to 15L 4s. and they do assess the Plt damages by
occasion thereon of 1 penny besides his costs...but this judgment
is to be discharged on payment of 7L7s3p with interest thereon to
be computed after the ratge of 5_?_ annum from 15 Nov. 1771 till
paid and the damages and costs afsd.

Book 16, 1772-1778
p. 226: 5 Nov 1773
Court ordered that John Fauts do pay Anthony Knisly 1800 lbs
tobacco for the attendance of himself and Barbary his wife 18 days
each and travelling 30 miles 5 times each as witnesses for him
at the suit of Ewing.

p. 263: 9 Dec 1773
Court ordered that John Fauts do pay Anthony Nisely 330 lbs
tobacco for the attendance of himself and Barbary his wife 3 days
each and travelling 30 miles each as witnesses for him at the
suit of Ewing.

p. 280: 2 March 1774
Court ordered that John Fauts do pay Anthony Knisly and Barbary
his wife 560 lbs tobacco for 4 days attendance and travelling
30 miles twice as witnesses for him at the suit of Ewing.

Ordered that John Fauts do pay Anthony Knisly Junr 140 lbs
tobacco for attending court 2 days and travelling 30 miles
as witness for him at the suit of Ewing.

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