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Manuscript/Mixed Material Petition for Partition in McDaniel v. Schwarberg et al, [Law papers].

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Title

  • Petition for Partition in McDaniel v. Schwarberg et al, [Law papers].

Names

  • Lincoln, Abraham (Author)
  • Herndon, William Henry (Author)
  • Browning, O. W. (Author)

Created / Published

  • Sangamon County, Illinois, September 5, 1857

Headings

  • -  Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
  • -  Lincoln's law practice
  • -  Logan, Stephen T. (1800-1880)
  • -  Herndon, William H. (1818-1840)
  • -  Browning, O. W. (Lincoln's law practice)
  • -  Wright, P. (Lincoln's law practice)
  • -  Schwarberg, Hamond (Lincoln's law practice)
  • -  McDaniel, Narcisa (Lincoln's law practice)
  • -  Caldwell, Marinda (Lincoln's law practice)
  • -  Caldwell, John (Lincoln's law practice)
  • -  Beers, Philo (Lincoln's law practice)
  • -  Manuscripts
  • -  Legal case and case notes
  • -  United States -- Illinois -- Sangamon

Genre

  • Manuscripts
  • Legal case and case notes

Notes

  • -  Summary: Narcissa McDaniel, by her guardian Browning, retained Lincoln and Herndon and petitioned the circuit court to partition Eliza McDaniel's estate among her heirs. The court ordered the partition of one lot in Springfield, Illinois. Narcissa McDaniel received one share, John Caldwell and Marinda Caldwell received one share, and Harmon Schwarberg and Louisa Schwarberg received three shares. The court also ordered the Schwarbergs to pay Narcissa McDaniel $70, her share in the rent on the property.

Medium

  • 20 x 31.5 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • Law Papers; Portfolio 3, no. 34

Source Collection

  • The Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana

Repository

  • Rare Book And Special Collections Division

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Online Format

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  • pdf

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Chicago citation style:

Lincoln, Abraham, William Henry Herndon, and O. W Browning. Petition for Partition in McDaniel v. Schwarberg et al, Law papers. Sangamon County, Illinois, September 5, 1857. Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/scsm001479/.

APA citation style:

Lincoln, A., Herndon, W. H. & Browning, O. W. (1857) Petition for Partition in McDaniel v. Schwarberg et al, Law papers. Sangamon County, Illinois, September 5. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/scsm001479/.

MLA citation style:

Lincoln, Abraham, William Henry Herndon, and O. W Browning. Petition for Partition in McDaniel v. Schwarberg et al, Law papers. Sangamon County, Illinois, September 5, 1857. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/scsm001479/>.