Format Manuscripts/Mixed Material
Contributors Herndon, William Henry
Dates 1858
Location Illinois
Sangamon
United States
Language English
Subjects Herndon, William H.
Kingsbury (Lincoln's Law Practice)
Legal Case and Case Notes
Lincoln's Law Practice
Lincoln, Abraham
Manuscripts
Shelton, Elisha (Lincoln's Law Practice)
Tharp, James (Lincoln's Law Practice)
Title
Bill to Foreclose Mortgage in Kingsbury v. Shelton et al, [Law papers].
Contributor Names
Herndon, William Henry (Author)
Created / Published
Sangamon County, Illinois, October 7, 1858
Subject Headings
-  Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
-  Lincoln's law practice
-  Herndon, William H. (1818-1840)
-  Shelton, Elisha (Lincoln's law practice)
-  Kingsbury (Lincoln's law practice)
-  Tharp, James (Lincoln's law practice)
-  Manuscripts
-  legal case and case notes
-  United States -- Illinois -- Sangamon
Genre
Manuscripts
legal case and case notes
Notes
-  Summary: Shelton and Tharp gave Fullenwider a promissory note for $1,500, and Shelton secured the note with a mortgage on eighty acres of land in Sangamon County, Illinois. Fullenwider assigned the note and mortgage to Kingsbury. After Shelton and Tharp failed to pay, Kingsbury retained Lincoln and Herndon and sued Shelton to foreclose the mortgage. Shelton failed to appear, and the court ruled for Kingsbury and awarded $1,981.25 in damages. Shelton failed to pay the judgment, and the court sold the eighty acres to Kingsbury for $2,083.80. Kingsbury also recovered a judgment on the promissory note in a separate assumpsit case (Kingsbury v. Shelton & Tharp).
Medium
32 x 19.5 cm.
Call Number
Law Papers; Portfolio 3, no. 41
Source Collection
The Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana
Repository
Rare Book And Special Collections Division
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/lprbscsm.scsm1486


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