Does anyone know which William Trammel this is? Inferior court minutes shows this case. There are about 10 pages which all
seem to go together. Most of the bill seems to be for medical purposes for both him and his wife (unnamed) or it may be for
male & female slaves. No it is not one case, but three. One is for liquer and the other is an ordinary charge account. The
charges begin on 23 Aug 1845 and go thru 8 Sept. 1846, He probable died in Sept or early Oct. Another attachment says
William Trammel dec,d.
Personally appeared before me Benjamin Bentley one of the Justices of the Inferior court in and for said County John L.
Wilkes one of the firm of Wilkes & Managin?? (they were physicians) who being duly sworn says that WILLIAM
TRAMMEL late of said county is justly indeted to them said firm in the sum of thirty five dollars and sixty two cents and that
the said William Trammell has absconded so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him.
Sworn to before me this John L. Wilkes for
23rd day of October Eighteen Wilkes & Manaprin??
hundred & forty six
B. Bentley JJC
There were two hundred acres more or less to be attatched joining E. Ross Thomas Harden also slaves were attached.
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