Contains 95 Results:
Promissory note, 1798 October 23
Adam Smith and Linnington Smith promise to pay to Richard Jackson, Esq. the amount of $100. They further bind their heirs, executors and administrators to payment of the debt. Dated 23rd of October, 1798. A condition clause at the bottom begins to explain the condition of the promissory note but the writ has been cut off at the bottom. Thus, the terms of the condition are unknown and there are no signatures.
Summons, 1798 May 19
Constable of Hempstead is commanded to summons James Birdsall to appear before Richard Jackson on Wednesday, the 30th of May, at "two of the clock in the afternoon" to answer to Joshua R. Smith for damages of £10 or under. Dated 19th of May, 1798 and signed by Richard Jackson, Justice. Writing on back details execution of summons by Felix Fowler, Constable.
Jury Venire Summons, 1798 March 30
Receipt, 1790 November 25
Receipt for payment by Richard Jackson for sugar and tea from Townsend & [?]. Total payment was 18 shillings. Dated November 25, 1790 and signed by Townsend & [?].
Commitment order, undated
Richard Jackson, Justice of the Peace, commands the constable of Hempstead to Arrest Richard Powel, son of Richard, of the township of Oysterbay and take him to the gaol [jail] to be imprisoned as a result of his "abuse" of Joseph Chesher.
Summons, 1798 November 15
Bill, 1784 February 3
Bill from Amos Underhill, Dr. to Richard Jackson for a payment of £2, 6 shillings, 9 pence on a "long running account." Dated February 3rd, 1784.
Arrest warrant, 1796 May 14
Constable of Hempstead is commanded to take John Forabee and bring him before Richard Jackson to answer to Joseph Lattin for a plea of debt of £10. Dated 14th of May, 1796 and signed by Richard Jackson, Justice. Writing on back details execution of warrant by Felix Fowler, Constable.
"Arbitration" finding, 1782 April 14
Upon request by Jacob Seaman and his sister Deborah Williams, Richard Jackson, Jr., Benjamin Seaman, and David Batty examined their accounts and determined that Jacob Seaman "stands justly indebted" to his sister for the amount of £1,182, 11 shillings, and 1 pence. Dated April 14th, 1782 and signed by Richard Jackson, Jr., Benjamin Seaman, and David Batty.
Summons, 1797 July 1
Constable of Oysterbay is commanded to summons Samuel Sands to appear before Richard Jackson on Tuesday, the 11th of July, at "three of the clock in the afternoon" to answer to Samuel Carman for damages of £10 or under. Dated 1st of July, 1797 and signed by Richard Jackson, Justice. Writing on back details execution of summons by Joseph Letting, Constable of Oysterbay.