Court Orders of Scott County

Submitted By:  Dixie Lee Blake (nee Moore)
Hemet, CA.

NOTE: early records have burn/water damage... much information is missing.

                                                         Court Orders - 1793
Mar 26th, 1793:  James Moon (Moore?) orphan of James (Saml) Moore de'cd came into court and made choice of John SaHatten? and Srail? Moore to be his guardian who thereupon endered into bond and security agreeably to law.

May 1793:  Ordered that James Lomas, John Thomason, George Posnell? and ____Moore or any three of them being Geos? ti James Weir a way for a road from the Ridge above Stenitt's to Lexington road near Thomapson's and to grant the conveyance and convenience that will attend establishment by the said road.
                                                          Court Orders - 1794

1794  Ordered that Samuel Moore, Samuel Walker, Hugh Boyd and James Walker or any three of them being___the most conventient way for a road from Henry's Mill to the Mara Lick and a part to
Court the conveyence that will attend from the established by the said road.

                                                         Court Orders - 1795

1795  (Writing terrible)  Grant that nini pon mas be levied at the Layaystu nub leonty-Lay to member Geroge Moore for so much paid by him for the Bailary A Bnays near John Hankind

p. 79.  Ordered that Matthew Patterson, Hugh Emerson and John ____be appointed coms. for the special purpose of conveying by deed to Samuel Moore 100 acres of land on Cherrys Run being the same land
James Slenck dc'd in his lifetime sold but died before said deed was made.

                                                        Court Orders - 1797

p. 89  July 6 1797
The juries inquest on Colby Shipps ____of August____for ____ ____was this day returned to Court in these words.  We theundersigned____being duly qualified according to law being first charged by the Sheriff on the grounds of Colby Shipps on North Elkhorn where he proposes to ____a water grist mill in ____both sides of said dam being the property of said Shipp.  We have pro_____to___the lands___above and ___the property of ____; and find that ____the dam shall not be _____ ___ ___ ___ that neither the ___ ___ ___ ____ ____  Presents named the ? belonging to any person or person whatever wil ____thereby.  ___ ___ of papeye?? nor ordinary navigation will not be obstructed nor the
health of the neighbors___given under our hands and seals.
 6th day of July 1797
Thomas Fishton?
Robert Smith
Robert Moore
John Rogers
George Wood
Richard Brahorn?
Wm. Berty?
John Risk
James F. Tangrin?
Anthony Lindsay
Thomas Glop?

                                                        Court Orders - 1798

September 1798  p. 118  The Court appointed to Samuel Moore one hundred acres of land sold to him by Samuel Stemto? dc'd conveying the same to said Moore by consent of the parties and the family.

                                                       Court Orders - 1799

July 1799  p. 137  The signed report to the alterations paid for by Benjamin Iond? in the month leading from his land to Craig's Mill.  In Obedience to an order of Scott County Court, the alterations made in claiming the road from the end of Benjamin Iam's Lane to Craigs Mill do find that the said alteration on the land of Charles William and Robert Moore who are both milling and said to be in line with public
safety.  Given under our hands and seal this second day of July 1799.  
James Belo, Nathan Worley, Richard Inba?

                                                        Court Orders - 1802 

May 19, 1802  The viewers report on the alteration as prayed for by Samuel Cooper was this day returned to Court in these words. Agreeable to an order of your worships George Oldham, Thomas
Brandt and James Kelly have view and served the alteration of the road by Samuel Cooper and find the new road 17 poles longer than the old road and are of the opinion that the new road runs
on nearly as close to the old road as possible.

                                                       Court Orders - 1803

 25 Feb 1803  Ordered that William Moore orphan of John Williams dc'd be bound to George Plummer for twelve years according to law.

25 Mar 1803 On this motion of James Kelly and Samuel Cooper it is ordered that Wm. Baford, George Oldham, Thomas Brant and Jno Thomason or any three of them being first sworn view the alteration
which they wish to make in the road leading from GeorgeTown to Henry's Mill and report to Court the Convenience or  Conveniences that will attend the proposed alteration.  Viewers report recorded.

27 May 1803  The jury inquest on John Branhams petition for persons to meet on North Elkhorn Creek in said county where John Branham proposes to erect a water grist mill after paying damages to said
Richard Branham twenty shillings, to John Rogers to the amount of six pounds 5 shillings and three pounds for backing up the water so as to obstruct the creek ford by erecting a dam 8 feet high from the surface of the water which overflowed.  Signed: Elijah Craig, Rodes Smith, John Davis, Toliver Craig, Jno Scott, Wm Smith, Henry Pery?, Robt Moore

                                                      Court Orders - 1805 

p. 273 ...said county and impround twelve fit person on Main Eagh? Creek on siad County and when....proposes to erect a water grist Mill for the purpose in said writ mentioned on the subsonding? have met as aforesaid and being first sworn and charged by the Sheriff to examine up and down said creek as
well the land of others as of...County and are of opinion that by erective a greist Mill that the property of no person will be injured thereby...further with the Mansion?? House neither will fish of papage? be altered thereby or with the Health of the neighbors be annoyed by the level of the water and have...of land as the law directs and are of opinion the land six xhillings and nine pence and said Company owns the land on both sides of the Creek.  Given under our hand and seals...this day of September 1805.  Enoch Daly,
Henry..., John Smith, Robert Lyons, Andrew Downing Isaac MCristy, Jasper Hines, Jacob Swanger?  James Moore, John Moore, Samuel Simpson, William Jones...which report is ordered to be recorded and the mill established thereto.

                                                       Court Orders - 1806 

p. 290  William Moore  Eagle Creek for refusing to make oath....taxable property   July 1806.

p. 287  Charles Moore and William Wright brought before the court for contempt and fined $2.00 each and ordered into custody of the Sheriff until the same shall be paid.

                                                     Court Orders - 1813

p. 324  On the motion of George Moore leave is granted him. Keep laven? at his residence in Scott County who thereupon entered into bond contained as the law directs.  .......acounty....Elijah Craig his.....  March 1813

                                                    Court Orders - 1814

p. 337  It is ordered that James Moore be appointed surveyor of the road in the twelfth precinct of the second district in the plan of Christopher E. Ocutt and that he with the lands residing in the bounds of said Precinct keep the .....in lawful repair.
Tues, May 3, 1814

                                                   Court Orders - 1816

p. 435  At....certificate of Alexander Lsunub?  having administed to ....Moore the oath respecting the importation of certain slaves...mentioned is returned and ordered to be recorded as follows.  Scott County...this day personally Hugh MOore...that he had written this day last faded??? reserved
from the state of Virginia to this state with the intention of becoming a citizen therein and hath agreeably to an act to assesed? the seal ext....concerning the importation of slaves....the oath specified I have
swear....that my....to the State of Kentucky and with an intention of becoming a citizen in thereof and that I have brought no slave or slaves...or will bring no slave or slaves to this state with intent of selling thm. 
Sworn to beofre me on the acting....of the peace and for the County of Scott aforesaid this 25th day of December, 1816.

                                                         Court Orders - 1826

Oct 1826  p. 3  The court commenced allowing claims against the county as follows: William Moore $14.00.

                                                         Court Orders - 1827

19 Nov 1827 p. 52  The court proceeded to allow claims agst the county as To Wit: William Moore $11.00.

Court Orders - 1828

16 Jun 1828 p. 93  An account of William Moore against the Commonwealth for sicteen dollars for a ....general and brop? Index furnished the county clerks office which is allowed and ordered certified to the auditor of Public Accounts.

Sep 15 1828  p. 104  On motion of Robert Moore adm is granted him on the estate of Margaret Moore dc'd who thereupon came into Court and took the oath given by law and culend? unto and acknowledged
bond in the sum of Four hundred dollars with John M. Moore his security and on this motion it is willed that Robert Adkins, Saml Velsey , LaBard? and Charles P. Williams or any three of them being past duly qualified be appt. Comm. to appraise in court the money, the personal estate of said dcd if any and
Report to Court.

On motion of John M. and Robert Moore it is deemed that Charles P. Williams, Lee Bard?, Robert Adkins and Saml Velsy? or either three of them being first duly qualified be appointed Comms to settle with William and Samuel Moore adms. of Robert Moore dc'd and report to court.

October 18th 1828  p. 122  Ann appraisement of the estate of Margaret Moore was this day returned to Court and ordered to be recorded.

                                                        Court Orders - 1829

April 20th 1829  p. 142  A sale bill of the estate of Margaret Moore dcd this day to court and ordered to be recorded.

May 10, 1829  p. 158  A motion of Robert Moore Adm of Margaret Moore it is ordered that Saml Moore, Wm Leach, La Bird and B. Osburn or othere three of them be appd Comms. being first duly sworn to settle with said Moore, his adm and report to court.

Aug 17, 1829  p. 159  The summons having been returned executed on the motion of Adm. Jones to establish a Road from Jones Mill to the Leestown.  It is ordered by this Court that a writ of ad giod??dam be awarded to Thomas Douharty, Jane McClure and Michael Fa....returnable.............

Nov. 17, 1829  p. 171  Court ordered to pay the following:  James Moore $1.00, Joseph Cooper  $1.50, James Moore $4.50.

p. 204  An account of George Sheely against the commonwealth for one dollar is examined allowed and ordered to be certified to the Auditor of Public Accounts.

                                                      Court Orders - 1830

Jan. 18th 1830  p. 205   Ordered that George E. Moore be appointed Collector of the..... 1 in 77th Regiment and the said Moore in the Thos Theobalder??  entered into and acknowledged this bond in the penalty of P 188 conditioned as the law directs.

Monday, Oct 18, 1830  p. 230  The Comms. appointed and on motion of William Moore praying on alteration of the nuday? find so as to now award his farm instead of through it as now.  Levi T. Smith, James Tofap?, Samuel Moore and Robert Allen or any three of them being sworn are appointed comms. to view the groud over which said alteration is proposed.  Beginning on the....ford....as when the dry run road runs through the Moore's place.  So as to pofs? round his farm and when the Muddy ford road....and report to Court the advantages and disadvantages that will affect the publick as ordered only.....

Thursday, Oct 20, 1830 p. 235  William Moore for $.75 claim ordered paid by the court.

Monday, December 20, 1830  p. 264  William Moore guardian for Mariad?  Miranda? Moore do this day in obedience.......(no more on page - black abyss)

Court Orders - 1831

Thursday, Jan 27, 1831    p. 278  For several accounts of George E. Moore against the Commonwealth for four dollars 12 cents and the other for five dollars 25 cents are examined , allowed, and ordered to be certified to the audit of Publick accounts.

Monday, Mar 21, 1831  p. 281  On motion of Robert Moore and Robert Adkins praying a road to be opened beginning at the road leading from D. Thomas mill to Grnn? Meeting house at the corner of Robert Adkins land and with his and Wm. Lyles line and the line of Robert Moore to the line of Wm Pratt then with Wm Pratts and Wm Gabs? line with said line to Thomas Loyes? line with said line and Wm Pratts line to the road from the great Springs to Gmn? Doyoun?  Meeting house.  The land over which said road is proposed to run being in this county.  It is ordered that Joseph Risk, Roobs? Baush, Ambrose Clayton
and Richard Wilson or any three of them being sworn be Comms. to view said road and report to Court the advantages and disadvantages that will result as will to the publick and the law.

p. 285  On the motion of William A. Searl praying on alteration on the Suggetts Mill road so as to road on the line between said line and Wm Johnson  Robert Baubridge  Milnor Haynes Robert Adkins and Robert Moore or any three of them being sworn and appointed Comms. to view the said proposed alteration
and report to Court the advantages and siadvantages that will result as will to the publick as to said as to lying in the county.

April 18, 1831  p. 289  The Comms apointed on the alteration of Robert Moore and Robert Adkins to view the alteration in the road this day , made their report and all the parties over whose land said alteration is proposed to have affected Wm. Rolts?  Wm Pratt and John Gayle?.   It is ordered that summons open against them when ablve to meet in Court to show cause why said alteration should not be carried out and the report is ordered to be filed.

Monday, May 18, 1831  p. 293  The court appointed on the application of Robert Moore and Robert Adkins to view route for a new road this day made their report which as reviewed and it is ordered that said road be opened agreeably to said report fifteen feet wide except at Angles so here the road must be twenty-five feet wide and Robert Moore is appointed surveyor of said road and it is ordered that he
keep said road in repair with the hands of himself, Robert Adkins and Wm. Gayle.

Tuesday, May 17, 1831  p. 296  Will of Anthony Lindsay, dcd. p. 299  Mary Lindsay, under 14, chose John M, Lindsay as guardian.

September 19, 1831  p. 319  Certified to Church in Georgetown:
James Risk
James Moore
William MOore

Oct 18, 1831  p. 322 An amount of George E. MOore against the commonwealth for $3.00 and $2.66 is examined and ordered to be paid.

Court Orders - 1832

Oct 15, 1832  p. 384  To William Moore $11.50, George E. Moore  $1.75, and George E. Moore & Joseph Cooper $40.00 ordered that the sum be allowed.

Monday December 17, 1832  p. 401  On motion of John Moore it is ordered that NOlan Smith  James Parker  Thomas H. Bradofrd and James Griffith or anya three of them being sworn and appointed Comm to pesaper??? this in this County and report to the Court.

Court Orders - 1833

Monday, July 1833  p. 427  An award to George E. Moore against the Commonwealth for $83.00.

                                                         Court Orders - 1836

p. 273 Nov. 1836  James M. Lindsay and George E. Moore commissioners of tax this day came into court and took the oath and agreed by law with the exception of certain pensions stated to the court.

                                                           Court Orders - 1837

1837    On motion of Eliza Jane Moore widow of Hugh Moore dc'd is awarded that Ada Payne, James H. Humphries, Samuel N. Daniff?? John Ewing or any three of them being duly sworn be and to allot to Eliza Jane Moore her dower in the estate of her dc'd husband.

p. 277  September 18, 1837  Payments of service to county: James Moore 2.00, Hannah Risk 25.00, Samuel Risk 1.00.

On motion of Eliza Jane Moore and the dau duly adm____is granted____on the estate of Hugh Moore dcd and the Eliza Jane Moore came into court and took an oath , signed and entered into and acknowledged the bond of $10,000.
                                           Secy  William Risk and Robert Hopkins

p. 308  The Bond and order of applicant and q ualification of Charles C. Moore Guardian for Wm. Alfna? Henley, Meredith Ann Emily Moore  orphans of Samuel T. Moore having been destroyed and the same having been proved in Court, the said Charles C. MOore came into Court and entered into and
acknowledged his bond in the penalty of $10,000 dollars with John W. Moore, his secy.

On motion of Thomas G. Moore, he is appointed guardian of Nancy Varfield? orphan of Ada Val(r)field dcd.  who came into court and executed a bond with George Water his secy on the penalty of $1400 accourding to law.

On motion of Jno Sheely Jr adm is granted on the estate of Jno Sheely Sr who thereupon came into court and took the oath before and entered into and acknowledged his bond in the penalty of $10,000 dollars with Julius C. Barston, John M. Moore his secy and on his motion William Allen, Jno Salfin?
Isaac Clenkenbeard and James Moore an appt commissioners to appraise the personal estate and slaves if any and report to court.

p. 310  On motion of Hannah Shelly, Wm Allen, John Slfin, Isaac Clenkenbeard and James Moore an appt comm to allot her dower in the slaves and lands of Jno Sheely dcd in Scott County.

On motion of Jno Sheely Jr, James L. Moore and Mary Anne his wife and Hannah Sheely who is guardian of Martha Jane Sheely and Samuel Sheely, the same comms an application to divide the negroes and lands of John Sheely dcd among his heirs at-law who are the persons above recorded.

p. 313  Martha Jane Shealy and Samuel Shealy orphans of John Shealy dcd over the age of 14 came into court and made choices of ___ mothers Hannah Shealy as their guardian and the said Hannah came
into court and acknowledged ___in the penalty of $8000 dollars with James Shealy and Robert Bar_ly her scy's according to law.

p. 330  On motion of Jno Sarah George E. Moore and Thomas Y(T?) Moore appointed to qualify and second deputies.(acputys??)

                                                          Court Orders - 1838

p. 340  Mon, Mar. 19, 1838  An Testament of Notary pruporting to be the last will and testament of Jno MOore dcd was this day produced in court and ___by the values of Gane? Miller and Hiram Moore and ordered to be recorded.

p. 349   May 21, 1838  Admission of the ___estate of Jno Sheley dcd....jonp St..Allstment of Amer...to the widow stated to court and admitted to be recorded.

p. 360  An appt of the estate of John Moore dec entred to court and recorded.

p. 362  John Shely a sole roll??? of the estate of John Shely dcd was this day named to court and ordered to be recorded.

p. 394  Mon., Dec 17, 1838 Leonard Moore is appointed surveyor of the road in place of Wm Shannon.

On motion of Ann Moore Admin is granted her on the estate of Robert Moore dc'd who thereupon came late ____ _____ ____ ___ by law and entered to and acknowledged her bond in the penalty of fourteen hundred dollars with I. W. Prato and Saml Moore her Secys according to law.

On motion of Anne Moore she is appt guardian of William Leggs Robert- JOhn, -Castro????MOore orphans of Robert Moore into and acknowledged her bond in the penalty of two thousand dollars 
unto I. W (M) Roato? and Saml Moore the secy according to law.

On motion of Ann Moore on behalf Sadif? an as guardian for the Cafelub??? heirs of Robert Moore dcd..  it is recorded according to law.

A sale Bill of the Estate of Hugh Moore and returned to court to be recorded.

                                                           Court Orders - 1839

Monday, Mar 18, 1839 p. 411  An appraisement of the estate of Robert Moore, dcd returned to Court and ordered to be recorded.

Aug. 15, 1839  p. 4  Gladys Maybree, Plaintiff vs. Thomas Y Moore, guardian for Maria Ranfield this day came the plaintiff and it is ordered that the said Moore be suspended as Guardian aforesaid.

Aug. 19, 1839 p. 6  George Winter vs. Thomas Y. Moore.  Motion for Counter Security.  Thomas Y. Moore, Guardian for Maria Ranfield.  This day came the Plaintiff by His attorney and this defendent in proper person who failed or refused to give order of Counter Security aforesaid whereupon it is ordered
that the Guardian is financially suspended and that the Plaintiff recover his costs therein.

Nov. 18, 1839  On motion of Jehosaphat Polk administration is granted him on the estate of Rhoda Polk, dc'd.  He thereupon came into Court and took the oath required by law and entered into and acknowledged his bond as the penalty of thousand dollars conditional according to law.  And on his motion
James Stucker, James Risk, Maj (?) Moore and Joseph Ewing or any three of them being first sworn, appointed in court evaluate the personal estate of said decedent and report to court.

On motion of Margaret Moore ordered that John Ewing, David Thornton, Jno W. Cmaboyh (?) and Garland Nubb or either three of them has appointed Commissioners to attest to her, her given in the Estate of her dc'd husband George E. Moore and report to Court.

Court Orders - 1840

Jan. 20, 1840 p. 33  A settlement with the Administrator of Hugh A. Moore, dc'd, were summarily submitted to Court and recorded according to law.

An allotment of dower to the widow of George E. Moore dc'd witnessed to Court and ordered to be recorded.

Mar 16, 1840  p. 39.  Allotment with the Administrator of Hugh A. Moore dc'd being filed and recorded.

Apr 20, 1840  (light & smeared)  Catherine P. Warren , an orphan of Thomas Warren was the age of 14 years this day came into Court and made choice of Jethro W. Moore as her guardian who thereupon came into Court and entered into and acknowledged bond in the penalty of six thousand dollars by oath of
Robert M. Ewing his security , conditional according to law.

July 20, 1840  p. 58  An instrument of writing reporting to be the last will and testament of Joseph Ewing dc'd was this day produced in Court and the body of said will was proved by Mortimer Price who thereupon made an oath and signed his name at the............And John Salphin, Robert Barkley, Wm. W.
Allen and HJoseph Allen proved the first codicil to said will and James Moore proved the second codicile and ordered to be recorded.

Nov. 16, 1840  A settlement with the Administrator of Hugh Moore, dc'd.

Dec. 20, 1840 p. 89  An allotment witht the Administrator of Hugh Moore, dc'd.

p. 98.  On motion of John M. Moore who wished to make an alteration in the Readings Mile Road in this county bewginning at his land and running north to George Beatty's line to Ben  (?) line at said Beatty's corner  finding that Benjamin Found(?) , M... Milland, John Wilson and Samuel Moore or any three
of them be approved came to court and viewed said proposed alteration and reported to Court the advantages and disadvantages that would affect the public as to provide alterations be established.

p. 99.  It is agreed that John M. Moore be permitted by the court to establish said road opposite his house and the other half on Beatty's line.

Samuel Moore is appointed surveyor of the road on the plan of William Nath. 

                                                            Court Orders - 1842

pg 17 January Special Term  January 19, 1842       Thomas C. Graves against George E. Moore hrs. In Chancery.       Ordered continued

Pg 23 January 20 1842       George E. Moore Adm against T.Y. Moore. In Chancery.  Ordered continued

pg 25 January Special Term  Third day  January 22, 1842
      Joseph Cooper                                  Complainant
         against                                     In Chancery
      George E. Moore Admin                          Defendant
      This day came the defendant by his counsel and moved the  court to dissolve the injunction herein which notion was heard but the court not being fully advised it is ordered that time be taken to consider the same and the cause is continued.

Pg 36 January 20, 1842
      Wesley Moore against James Moore et all. In Chancery.  Ordered continued

Pg 63 March Term 1842  First day.  March 7th, 1842
      James H. Daviess who is the administrator of the goods and chattles rights and credits of
      George E. Moore decd                           Plaintiff
           against                                               On Petition
      John Proctor, Joseph Cooper and Henry Haun     Defendants This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the defendants being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff  recover of the defendants the sum of one hundred and four dollars, the debt in the petition mentioned with interest therein at the rate of six percentum per annum from June 18th, 1838 till paid and also his cost herein expended.

pg 76 March Term 1842  First day  March 7th, 1842  Ordered that a summons issue against James S. Moore for failing to attend as a Grand Juror at the present term of this court.

pg 85 March Term 1842  First day  March 7, 1842 Lynn Wests Admin against C.C. Moore etal. On Petition.
      Ordered that this case be continued till the next term of this court.

pg 89 March Term 1842  Second Day  March 8, 1842
      Willa Viley                                    Plaintiff
        against                                      In Covenant
      John Moore and Archibald Sinclair in trade     Defendants 
 This day came the parties by their attorneys and by consent this cause is submitted to the court to decide the law and fact and the Court having heard the evidence and being sufficiently advised It is considered that the defendant Archibald Sinclair recover of the plaintiff his costs herein expended and the defendant John Moore being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of the defendant Moore the sum of three hundred seventy five dollars fifty cents in damages the debt in the declaration mentioned and also his costs herein expended.

pg 92 March Term 1842  Second day  March 8th 1842
      Joseph G. Lyle                                 Plaintiff
          against                                    In ?
      John Moore                                     Defendant
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the defendant being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff recover of the defendant such damages as he has sustained in the premises but those damages being unknown to the Court a writ of inquiry is awarded him and thereupon came a jury to wit G.K. Smith and eleven others and being elected tried and sworn well and truly to inquire of damages upon their oaths returned the following verdict
      "We of the jury find for the plaintiff seventy five dollars in damages G.K. Smith Foreman". It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of the defendant the sum of Seventy five dollars the damages by the jorors aforesaid assessed and also the costs herein expended.

pg 121 March Term 1842  Ninth day  Marth 16th 1842
      J.G. Lyle                                      Complainant
        against                                      In Chancery
      George E. Moores Adm etal                      Defendants
      This day came the parties by their attorneys and by consent this cause is submitted to the Court for a decree but the Court not being fully advised time is taken to consider the same.

pg 129 March Term 1842  Tenth day  March 17th 1842
      Joseph Cooper                                  Complainant
         against                                     In Chancery
      George E. Moores Admin                         Defendants
      The court being now fully advised of the defendants motion dissolve the injunction herein. It is ordered that the same be overruled and the cause in continued.

pg 132 March Term 1842  Tenth day  Marty 17th 1842
      J.G. Lyle                                      Complainant
        against                                      In Chancery
      George E. Moores heirs et al                   Defendants
      On the affidavit of J.G. Lyle in open court the submission of this cause is set aside. And on his motion
      leave is given him to file an ammended bill herein which was filed and the cause continued.

pg 156 June Term 1842  First day  June 6th 1842
      Asberry Boradwell                              Plaintiff
         against                                     On Petition
      Harvey A. Moore and Scott Moore partners       Defendants
      trading under the firm of H.A. Moore & Co
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and on his motion this suit abates as to the defendant Harvey A. Moore, by the sheriff's return. And the other defendant being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of the defendant Scott Moore the sum of Four hundred forty five 57/100 dollars the debt in the petition mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from March 10, 1942 till paid and also his costs expended.

pg 164 June Term 1842  First day  June 6, 1842
      Johnathan Reed                                 Plaintiff
         against                                     On Petition
      Harvey A. Moore and Scott Moore, partners      
      Defendants in trade trading under the firm and style of H. A. Moore & Co, Crawford Moore & James Moore This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and on his motion this first abates to the defendant Harvey A. Moore by the Sheriff's return. And the other defendants being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of the defendants Scott Moore, Crawford Moore, and James Moore the sum of Six hundred fifty two 81/100 dollars for the debt in the petition mentioned with interes thereon at the  rate of six per centum per annum from March 29, 1842 till
paid and also his costs herein expended.

pg 167 June Term 1842  June 6th 1842
      James Moore Jr.                                Plaintiff
           against                                   On Petition
      Timothy Hughes                                 Defendant
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the defendant being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of the defendant the sum of four hundred and forty four dollars, the debt in the petition mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from May 16, 1842 till paid and also his costs herein expended.  Credit is to be given the foregoing judgement for the sum of eighty seven dollars 24 cents paid November 16, 1841. Also for the sum of one hundred thirteen 12/100 dollars paid May 17, 1842 as per endorsement on the note.

pg 172 June Term 1842  First day  June 6, 1842
      Lynn Weston Adm against C.C. Moore et al. On Petition
      Ordered that this cause be continued till the next term of this Court.

pg 173 June Term 1842  First day  June 6, 1842
      John Ewing                                   Plaintiff
        against                                    In Case
      C.C. Moore                                   Defendant
      On motion of the defendant a rule is made on the plaintiff to file a bill of particulars on or before the calling of the cause or his suit will be dismissed.

pg 194 June Term 1842  Ninth day  June 15, 1942
      John Ewing                                   Plaintiff
        against                                    In Case
      Cadwallader C. Moore                         Defendant
      This day came the parties by their attorneys and by consent the defendant pleaded the general issue with leave to either party to give any matter in evidence which might be pleaded or replied which was joined and thereupon came a Jury to wit Jabred Offutt and eleven others who being elected tried and sworn well and truly to try the issue joined upon their oaths returned the following verdict:  "We of the jury find for the plaintiff twenty five dollars in damages, Jabret Offutt foreman." Therefore it is considered by the court that the plaintiff receive of the defendant the damages by the jurors aforesaid assessed.  And it is further considered by the Court that the defendant recover of the plaintiff his costs herein expended.

pg 195 June term 1842  Ninth day  June 15, 1842
      Hiram C. Stevenson                           Plaintiff
        against                                    On Debt
      Cadwallader C. Moore                         Defendant
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney. And also came the defendant Cadwallader C. Moore and acknowledged himself indebted to the plaintiff in the amount of the debt in the declaration mentioned. It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff recover of the defendant the sum of two hundred and forty five 64/100 dollars the debt in the declaration mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from August 15, 1837 till paid and also his costs herein expended. By consent of the plaintiff the defendant is released from the custody of the Sheriff herein. And by consent of the defendant, the plaintiff may sue? but execution on his judgement forthwith.

pg 207 June term 1842  Eleventh day  June 17, 1842
      Wesley Moore                                 Complainant
        against                                    In Chancery
      James Moore and others                       Defendants
      The complainants counsel this day filed exception to the defendants answer.

pg 220 June Term 1842  Eleventh day  June 17, 1942
      George E. Moores Adm                         Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      Reuben Cavender, Thomas Y. Moore             Defendents
      The defendant Rueben Cavender this day filed his answer herein.

pg 232 September Term 1842  First Day  September 5 1842
      Lewis West and Clinton West                  Plaintiffs
         against                                   On Petition
      C.C. Moore and J.H. Herndon                  Defendants
      This day came the plaintiffs by their attorney and on his motion this suit abates as to the defendant Herndon by the sheriffs return and the other defendant being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiffs recover of the defendant Moore the sum of One hundred and sixty dollars the debt in the petition mentioned with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from December 21, 1836 till paid and also their costs herein expended.

pg 240 September Term 1842  First day  Sept Term 1842
      John Points                                  Plaintiff
        against                                    On Petition
      H.A. Moore and Scott Moore                   Defendants
      under the firm of H.A. Moore & Co and James Moore
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the defendants being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff recoved of the defendants the sum of One hundred seventy eight dollars 80 cents the debt in the petition mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from Decemver 25, 1841 till paid and also his costs herein expended. Credit is to be given the judgement for the sum of forty dollars paid May 31, 1842 as per endorsement on the note.

pg 241 September Term 1842  First day  Sept Term 1842
      Elmus Crenshaw                               Plaintiff
        against                                    On Petition
      Harvey A. Moore & Scott Moore partners       Defendants
      trading under the firm and style of H.A. Moore & Co, and James Moore, Westley Moore,
      Crawford Moore and Jehosephat Polk 
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the defendants being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff recover of the defendants the sum of eight
hundred and nineteen dollars the debt in the petition mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from July 8, 1841 till paid and also his costs herein expended. Credit is to be given this
judgement for the sum of four hundred dollars paid January 17, 1842 as per endorsement on the note.

pg 241 September Term 1842  First day  Sept Term 1842
      Willa Viley                                  Plaintiff
        against                                    On Petition
      Westley Moore                                Defendant
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the defendant being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of the defendant the sum of ninety four 25/100 dollars the debt in the petition mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from June 21, 1842 till paid and also his costs herein expended.

pg 243 September Term 1842  First day  September 5, 1842
      Paul Leathers                                Plaintiff
        against                                
      Harvey A. Moore & Scott S. Moore             Defendants
      partners trading together under the firm and style of H.A. Moore & Co and Crawford Moore
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the defendants being duly warned came not but made default.  It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of the defendants the sum of nine hundred and twenty three dollars 41 cents the debt in the petition mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from May 25, 1842 till paid and also his costs herein expended.
 
pg 274 September Term 1842  Eleventh day  September 16 1842
      George E. Moores Adm                         Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      Thomas Y. Moore and other                    Defendants
      This day came the complainant by his counsel and on his motion this suit is dismissed.

pg 277 September Term 1842  Eighth day  September 12 1842
      Lewis West and Clinton West                  Plaintiffs
          against                                  On Petition
      C.C. Moore and T.H. Herndon                  Defendants
      This day came the plaintiffs by their attorney and on his motion the judgment rendered herein at the present time is set aside. And the defendants being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiffs recover of the defendants the sum of one hundred and sixty dollars the debt on the petition mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from December 21, 1836 till paid and also their costs herein expended.

pg 285 September Term 1842  Ninth day  September 14, 1842
      Joseph Cooper                                Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      George E. Moore Adm                          Defendant
      The defendant this day moved the court to dissolve the injunction herein, but the court not being fully advised time is taken to consider the same.

pg 287 September Term 1842  Tenth day  September 15, 1842
      Joseph Cooper                                Complainant
          against                                  In Chancery
      James H. Daviess Administrator of            Defendant
      George E. Moore deceased
      This day came the parties by their counsel and the defendants motion to dissolve the injunction herein was overrulled. And by consent this cause is submitted to the Court for a decree and the Court being fully advised do decree that the injunction herein be persituated as to the judgement enjoined. And by consent it is decreed that the  ______ therein be dismissed without prejudice to a future suit and that the defendant pay the complainant his costs herein expended.

pg 293 September term  Eleventh Day  September 16 1842
      J.G. Lyle                                    Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      George Moores heirs & others                 Defendants
      It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the complainant has departed this life it is ordered that
      this suit abate.

                                                         Court Orders - 1843

pg 334 March Term 1843  First day  March 6th 1843
      E.N. Offutt Trustee et al                    Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      Harvey A. Moore & Scott S. Moore             Defendants
partners trading under the firm and style of H.A. Moore & Co, and James Moore and Crawford Moore
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and on his motion this suit abates as to the defendant Crawford Moore by the sheriff's return and the other defendants being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of the defendants the sum of Five hundred and twenty nine dollars and 44 cents the debt in the petition mentioned with interest at the rate of six percentum per annum thereon from the 2nd October 1842 untill paid and also costs herein expended. Credit is to be given this judgement for the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars paid 11th February 1843 as per endorsement on note.

pg 335 March Term 1843  First day  March 6 1843
      Henry Holtzelaw                              Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      Westley Moore                                Defendant
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the defendant being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff recover of the defendant the sum of Fifty seven dollars and 31 cents the debt in the petition mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of 6 per centum per annum from the 14th December 1842 untill paid and also his costs herein expended.

pg 339 March Term 1843  First day  March 6 1843
      John Ewing against C.C. Moore et al.
      Ordered continued.

pg 340 March Term 1843  First day  March 6 1843
      John Ewing against C.C. Moore et al.
      Ordered continued.

pg 345 March Term 1843  Second Day  March 7 1843
      William A. Withers and Richard Stowers
      trading under the firm and style of Withers and Stowers  
       Plaintiffs    against                          In Debt
      Harvey A. Moore and Scott Moore partners     Defendants
      trading under the style and firm of H.A. Moore & Co, and Crawford Moore & Westley Moore
      This day came the parties by their attorneys and the defendants filed a demurer to the declaration herein which was joined, heard, and overrulled. And the defendants saying nothing further in bar or preclusion of the plaintiffs Right of Recovery. It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiffs recover of the defendants the sum of Two hundred thirty eight dollars the debt in the declaration mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 10th February 1843 till paid and also their costs herein expended. Credit is to be given the foregoing judgement for the sum of five dollars paid February 14th 1843 per endorsement on the note.
   
pg 345 March Term 1843  Second Day  March 7 1843
      William Gunnell and his wife Ann Gunnell
      Guardian of Susan Ellen Luke, John Jackson
      Luke and Jacob Farris Luke                   Plaintiffs
         against                                   On Petition
      Harvey A. Moore & Scott Moore partners       Defendants under the firm of H.A. Moore & Co, Crawford Moore, Westley Moore and James Moore
      This day came the plaintiffs by their attorney and the defendants being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiffs recover of the defendants the sum of Thirteen hundred and nineteen dollars and 91 cents the debt in the petition mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 28th January 1843 till paid and also their costs herein expended. Credit is to be given the foregoing judgement for the sum of One hundred eleven dollars paid 20th May 1842, also the sum of ten dollars paid February 10th 1843, also the sum of ten dollars paid February 18th 1843 as per endorsements on the note.

pg 345 March Term 1843  Second Day  March 7 1843
      Abigail B. Robison                           Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      Crawford Moore, Harvey A. Moore,             Defendants
      Scott S. Moore, and Westley Moore
      This day came the plaintiff by her attorney and on his motion this suit abates as to the defendant Crawford Moore by the Sheriff's return and the other defendants being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff recover from the defendants Harvey A. Moore, Scott S. Moore, and Westley Moore the sum of Two hundred seventy nine dollars and seventy five cents the debt in the petition mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from October 20 1842 till paid and also her costs herein expended. Credit is to be given the foregoing judgement for the sum of Forty eight dollars and 50 cents paid April 11th 1842 as per endorsement on the note.

pg 347 March Term 1843  Second day  March 7 1843
      John R. Desha                                Plaintiff
        against                                    On Petition
      Harvey A. Moore & Scott Moore partners       Defendants
      under the firm of H.A. Moore & Co, Westley Moore, Crawford Moore and James Moore
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and on his motion this suit abates as to the defendant Crawford Moore by the Sheriff's return and the other defendants being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff recover of the defendants H.A. Moore, Scott Moore, Westley Moore and James Moore the sum of Seven hundred thirty four dollars and 68 cents the debt in the petition mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 1st June 1842 till paid and also his costs herein expended.

pg 350 March Term 1843  Second Day  March 7 1843
      Timothy Hughes
         against
      Harvey A. Moore & Scott Moore partners
      trading under the firm and style of H.A. Moore & Co and Crawford Moore
      This day came the parties by their attorneys and the defendants filed a plea herein which was joined, and thereupon came a jury to wir, James M. Proff and eleven others who were elected tried and sworn well and truly to by this issue joined. After the jury were sworn the After the jury were sworn the defendants consented to withdraw their plea herein on motion of the plaintiffs attorney this suit is dismissed.

pg 359 March Term 1843  Third Day  March 8 1843
      Jehosephat Polk                              Plaintiff
         against                                   On Note
      Westley Moore                                Defendant
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and filed his note herein and also came the defendant Westley Moore in proper person and acknowledged himself indebted to the plaintiff in the amount of said note. It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff recover of the defendant the sum of Six hundred sixty five dollars 52 cents the amount of said note with interest thereon at  the rate of six per centum per annum from 15th October till paid and also his costs herein expended by consent of the defendant. It is ordered that the execution may  issue herein on the foregoing judgement forthwith.

pg 366 March Term 1843  Fourth Day  March 9 1843
      Jehosephat Polk                              Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      H.A. Moore & Co                              Defendants
      This day came the complianant by his counsel and filed his
      bill herein and also came the defendants and filed their
      answer and by consent of all the parties herein the court
      pronounced a decree which is ordered to be recorded.

pg 366 March Term 1843  Fourth Day  March 9 1843
      Robert Risk                                  Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      Crawford Moore                               Defendant
      This day came the complianant by his counsel and filed his
      bill herein and also came the defendants and filed their
      answer and by consent of all the parties herein the court
      pronounced a decree which is ordered to be recorded.

pg 366 March Term 1843  Fourth Day  March 9 1843
      William Moore                                Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      Westley Moore                                Defendant
      This day came the complianant by his counsel and filed his
      bill herein and also came the defendants and filed their
      answer and by consent of all the parties herein the court
      pronounced a decree which is ordered to be recorded.

pg 369 March term  Fourth Day  March 9 1843
      Thomas C. Graves                             Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      George E. Moores heirs et all                Defendants
      The commissioner this day returned and acknowledged a
      deed herein whis is ordered to be certified.

pg 375 March Term 1843  Fifth day  March 10, 1843
      William Moore                                  Complainant
         against                                     In Chancery
      James Moore                                    Defendant
      This day came the complainant by his counsel and filed his
      bill herein and also came the defendant and filed his
      answer herein and by consent the Court pronounced a decree
      herein which is ordered to be recorded.

pg 375 March Term 1843  Fifth day  March 10, 1843
      Timothy Hughes                                 Plaintiff
         against                                     On petition
      James Moore Jr. and William Jones              Defendants
      The defendants attorney this day filed grounds for a new
      trial herein and moved the court to grant a new trial on
      the grounds filed, which motion was heard in part and time
      was taken for further hearing.

pg 404 March Term 1843  Fifth day  March 10, 1843
      Harvey A. Moore & Co                           Complainants
         against                                     In Chancery
      A. Broadwell & others                          Defendants
      The answer of the defendants of A. Broadwell & A. Ashbrook
      heretofore filed in the court is now noted.
      The defendants counsel this day filed a notice of his
      motion herein and moved the court to dissolve the
      injunction herein which motion was submitted to the Court
      for a decree but the Court not being fully advised, it is
      ordered that time be taken to consider the same.

pg 404 March Term 1843  Fifth day  March 10, 1843
      Harvey A. Moore & Co                           Complainants
         against                                     In Chancery
      Johnathan Read & others                        Defendants
      The answer of the defendant Johnathan Read heretofore filed
      in the court is now noted.
      The defendants counsel this day filed a notice of his
      motion herein and moved the court to dissolve the
      injunction herein which motion was submitted to the Court
      for a decree but the Court not being fully advised, it is
      ordered that time be taken to consider the same.

pg 408 March term 1843  Twelfth day  March 18, 1843
      Wesley Moore                                  Complainant
        against                                     In Chancery
      James Moore and others                        Defendant
      The amended answer of James Moore heretofore filed and
      sworn is now noted.

pg 412 March Term 1843  Twelfth day  March 18, 1843
      Harvey A. Moore & Scott S. Moore partners
      under the firm and style of H.A. Moore & Co   Complainants
         against                                    In Chancery
      Ashbery Broadwill, Aaron Ashbrook, and        Defendants
      James Moore
      The court this day pronounced the following decree herein
      which is ordered to be recorded as follows to wit.
      The court being now sufficiently advised on the motion
      herein to dissolve the complainants injunction do decree
      that the same shall be and is hereby dissolved except for
      the sum of $35 of the principal with the interest thereon
      of the judgements at law hereby injoined. It is further
      decreed that the complainants do pay to defendant
      Broadwill $42, being ten per centum damages upon the
      amount for which said injunction is dissolved.

pg 412 March Term 1843  Twelfth day  March 18, 1843
      Harvey A. Moore & Scott S. Moore partners
      under the firm and style of H.A. Moore & Co   Complainants
         against                                    In Chancery
      Johnathan Reed, Crawford Moore, James         Defendants
      Moore and Jehosophat Polk
      The court this day pronounced the following decree herein
      which is ordered to be recorded as follows to wit.
      The court being now sufficiently advised on the motion
      to dissolve herein. It is ordered and decreed that the
      complainants injuction herein be and the same is hereby
      dissolved except for the sum of $43.93 of the principal
      of the Judgement at Law with the interest on said sum for
      which amounts it is retained. It is decreed that
      complainants pay to Defendant Reed the sum of $63 being 10
      percentum damages upon the amount for which said
      injunction is dissolved.

pg 416 March Term 1843  Twelfth day  March 18, 1843
      William Moore                                 Complainant
         against                                    In Chancery
      Westley Moore                                 Defendant
      The decree pronounced herein at the present term and
      ordered to be recorded is as follows.
      This cause coming in to be heard by consent of the
      parties thereto on the bill & exhibits & answers and the
      court being now sufficiently advised do order and decree
      that the property in the deed of trust mentioned be sold
      for the purposes therein mentioned. The real estate to
      be sold on a credit of six months and the personal
      property on a credit of three months. Bonds with
      approved security to be taken payable to the commissioner
      hereinafter appointed to have the face of replery bonds
      and the sale to be made on the premises. William Moore
      is hereby appointed a commissioner to carry this decree
      into effect who is directed to advertise the time &
      place of sale in some newspaper published in Lexington
      Kentucky for two weeks and also in three or more public
      places in Scott County prior to said sale.
 
pg 416 March Term 1843  Twelfth day  March 18, 1843
      Robert Risk                                   Complainant
         vs                                         In Chancery
      Crawford Moore                                Defendant
      The degree pronounced herein at the present term and
      ordered to be recorded is as follows:
      This cause coming on to be heard by consent of all the
      parties thereto on the bill & exhibits and answer and the
      court being now sufficiently advised do order and decree
      that the property in the deed of trust mentioned be sold
      for the purposes therein mentioned. The real estate to be
      sold subject to the lien of Paul Leathers execution on a
      credit of six months and the personal property a credit of
      three months. Bonds with approved security to be taken
      payable to the commissioner hereinafter appointed to have
      the form of reply bonds and the sale to be made on the
      premises. Robert Risk is hereby appointed as commissioner
      to carry this decree into effect who is directed to a
      doctrine the time & place of sale in some newspaper
      published in Lexington Ky for two weeks and also in three
      or more public places in Scott County prior to said sale.

pg 416 March Term 1843  Twelfth day  March 18, 1843
      Jehosaphat Polk                               Complainant
         vs                                         In Chancery
      Harvey A. Moore & Scott S. Moore              Defendants
      The degree pronounced herein at the present term and
      ordered to be recorded is as follows:
      This cause coming on to be heard by consent of all the
      parties thereto on the bill & exhibits and answer and the
      court being now sufficiently advised do order and decree
      that the property in the deed of trust mentioned be sold
      for the purposes therein mentioned. The real estate to be
      sold subject to the lien of Paul Leathers execution on a
      credit of six months and the personal property a credit of
      three months. Bonds with approved security to be taken
      payable to the commissioner hereinafter appointed to have
      the form of reply bonds and the sale to be made on the
      premises. Jehosaphat Polk is hereby appointed as
      commissioner to carry this decree into effect who is
      directed to advertise the time & place of sale in some
      newspaper published in Lexington Ky for two weeks and also
      in three or more public places in Scott County prior to
      said sale.

pg 416 March Term 1843  Twelfth day  March 18, 1843
      William Moore                                 Complainant
         against                                    In Chancery
      James Moore Snr                               Defendant
      The degree pronounced herein at the present term and
      ordered to be recorded is as follows:
      This cause coming on to be heard by consent of all the
      parties thereto on the bill & exhibits and answer and the
      court being now sufficiently advised do order and decree
      that the property in the deed of trust mentioned be sold
      for the purposes therein mentioned. The real estate to be
      sold subject to the lien of Paul Leathers execution on a
      credit of six months and the personal property a credit of
      three months. Bonds with approved security to be taken
      payable to the commissioner hereinafter appointed to have
      the form of repling bonds and the sale to be made on the
      premises. William Moore is hereby appointed as
      commissioner to carry this decree into effect who is
      directed to advertise the time & place of sale in some
      newspaper published in Lexington Ky for two weeks and also
      in three or more public places in Scott County prior to
      said sale.

pg 9 September Term 1843  First day  September 4 1843
      The President Directors & Company           
      of the Bank of Kentucky                      Plaintiffs
         against                                   In Debt
      H.A. Moore and S.S. Moore trading under the  Defendants
      of H.A. Moore & Co, Crawford Moore, Westley
      Moore, James Moore, and Jehosaphat Polk
      This day came the plaintiffs by their attorney and on his
      motion this suit abates as to the defendants H.A. Moore
      and S.S. Moore by the Sheriff's return and the other
      defendants being duly warned came not but made default.
      It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiffs
      recover of the defendants Crawford, Westley and James Moore
      and Jehosaphat Polk the sum of Twelve hundred dollars the
      debt in the declaration mentioned with interest thereon at
      the rate of six per centum per annum till paid and also
      their costs herein expended.

pg 10 September Term 1843  First day  September 4 1843
      The President Directors & Company           
      of the Bank of Kentucky                      Plaintiffs
         against                                   On Petition
      H.A. Moore & Scott Moore trading together    Defendants
      under the firm and style of H.A. Moore & Co,
      Crawford Moore, Westley Moore and James Moore
      This day came the plaintiffs by their attorney and on his
      motion this suit abates as to the defendants H.A. Moore
      and S.S. Moore by the Sheriff's return and the other
      defendants being duly warned came not but made default.
      It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiffs
      recover of the defendants Crawford Moore, Westley Moore and
      James Moore the sum of Four hundred dollars the debt in the
      petition mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six
      per centum per annum from March 18 1843 till paid and also
      their costs herein expended.

pg 16 September Term 1843  First day  September 4 1843 
      Elizabeth Moore                              Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      James M. Lindsay & Jesse S. Sinclair         Defendants
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the
      defendants being duly warned came not but made default.
      It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff
      recover of the defendants the sum of Ninety one dollars
      and 41 cents the debt in the petition mentioned with
      interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum
      from August 20 1843 till paid and also her costs herein
      expended.

pg 23 September Term 1843  First day  September 4 1843 
      Bank of KY against H.A. Moore & Co et al. In Debt.
      Ordered continued.

pg 23 September Term 1843  Second Day  September 5 1843
      John Ewing                                   Plaintiff
         against                                   Scine Facias
      C.C. Moore et al                             Defendants
      The defendant filed a demurer herein to the Scine Facias
      which was joined heard and sustained. On motion of the
      plaintiff leave is given the clerk to amend the Scine
      Facias which was done by interlineation and the cause
      is continued.

pg 29 September Term 1843  Second Day  September 5 1843
      George E. Moores Admin                       Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      George E. Moores heirs & others              Defendants
      This day came the complainant and filed his bill herein
      which is certified.

pg 30 September Term 1843  Second Day  September 5 1843
      Timothy Hughes                               Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      James Moore Jr.                              Defendant
      On motion of the plaintiffs attorney leave is given him
      to withdraw the note sued on herein.

pg 33 September Term 1843  Third Day  September 6 1843
      Solomon D. Foster                            Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      Westley Moore and Jno (alias John) Sheley    Defendants
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the
      defendants being duly warned came not but made default.
      It is therefore considered by the Court that the
      plaintiff recover of the defendants the sum of Eighty
      dollars the debt in the petition mentioned with interest
      thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from
      Jan 1 1843 till paid and also his costs herein expended.
      On motion of the plaintiff this suit is for the benefit
      of Ben C. Glass.

pg 45 September term 1843  Fifth Day  September 8 1843
      James L. Moore against Andrew W. Eddins. Replevin.
      Ordered continued.

pg 49 September term 1843  Sixth Day  September 9 1843
      Timothy Hughes                               Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      James Moore Jr. & others                     Defendants
      This day came the parties by their attorneys and the
      defendants motion of a new trial herein was fully heard
      and overruled.

pg 50 September term 1843  Sixth Day  September 9 1843
      James S. Meese                               Plaintiff
         against                                   In Covenant
      Westley Moore and Crawford Moore             Defendants
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the
      defendants being duly warned came not but made default.
      It is therefore considered by the court that the
      plaintiff recover of the defendants the sum of One
      hundred fifty dollars and 37 cents in damages the debt
      in the declaration mentioned and also his costs herein
      expended.

pg 51 September term 1843  Sixth Day  September 9 1843
      Margaret M. Slaughter                        Plaintiff
         against                                   In Covenant
      Westley Moore and Crawford Moore             Defendants
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the
      defendants being duly warned came not but made default.
      It is therefore considered by the court that the
      plaintiff recover of the defendants the sum of One
      hundred fifty six dollars and 38 cents in damages the
      debt in the declaration mentioned and also her costs
      herein expended.

pg 51 September term 1843  Sixth Day  September 9 1843
      Margaret M. Slaughter                        Plaintiff
         against                                   In Covenant
      Westley Moore and Crawford Moore             Defendants
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the
      defendants being duly warned came not but made default.
      It is therefore considered by the court that the
      plaintiff recover of the defendants the sum of One
      hundred sixty five dollars and 37 cents in damages the
      debt in the declaration mentioned and also her costs
      herein expended.

pg 71 September term 1843  Eleventh Day  September 15 1843
      Jehosophat Polk                              Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      H.A. & S.S. Moore                            Defendants
      This day came the parties by their counsel and by
      consent the court pronounced a decree herein which is
      ordered to be recorded.

pg 71 September term 1843  Eleventh Day  September 15 1843
      William Moore                                Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      James Moore                                  Defendant
      This day came the parties by their counsel and by
      consent the court pronounced a decree herein which is
      ordered to be recorded.

pg 71 September term 1843  Eleventh Day  September 15 1843
      Robert Risk                                  Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      Crawford Moore                               Defendant
      This day came the parties by their counsel and by
      consent the court pronounced a decree herein which is
      ordered to be recorded.

pg 71 September term 1843  Eleventh Day  September 15 1843
      William Moore                                Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      Westley Moore                                Defendant
      This day came the parties by their counsel and by
      consent the court pronounced a decree herein which is
      ordered to be recorded.

pg 73 September term 1843  Eleventh Day  September 15 1843
      H.A. Moore & Co                              Complainants
         against                                   In Chancery
      John Points & Co                             Defendants
      The joint answer of John Points and Parker Alwell was
      this day filed. On motion of the defendants counsel a
      rule is made on the complainants for better security in
      the injunction bond herein on or before tomorrow
      morning or his injunction will be dissolved.

pg 87 September term 1943  Twelfth Day  September 16 1843
      Harvey A. Moore and Scott S. Moore partners
      under the firm and style of H.A. Moore & Co  Complainants
         against                                   In Chancery
      Asberry Broadwell, Aaron Ashbrook and James  Defendants
      Moore
      This cause being submitted and the court being now
      sufficiently advised do order and decree that this
      injunction herein be perpetuated for the sum of Thirty
      five dollars of the principal of said judgement at law,
      with the interest therein and that defendant Broadwell
      pay to the complainants their costs herein expended
      and that execution issue for the same.

pg 87 September term 1943  Twelfth Day  September 16 1843
      Harvey A. Moore and Scott S. Moore partners
      under the firm and style of H.A. Moore & Co  Complainants
         against                                   In Chancery
      Johnathan Reed, Crawford Moore, James        Defendants
      Moore and Jehosaphat Polk
      This cause coming on to be heard on the bill and answer
      it is ordered and decreed that the injunction herein be
      perpetuated for the sum of Forty three dollars and 93
      cents of the principal of said judgement at law with the
      interest thereon and that the defendant Reed pay to
      complainants their costs herein and that complainants
      have execution therefore.

**********pgs 92, 93, 94, 95 to be inserted later***********

pg 97 September term 1843  Twelfth Day  September 16 1843
      Joseph Desha and ? et al                     Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      H.A. Moore & Co et al                        Defendants
      Ordered that alias process issue herein and this cause
      is continued.

pg 99 September term 1843  Twelfth Day  September 16 1843
      Westley Moore                                Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      James Moore et al                            Defendants
      This day came the parties by their counsel and by
      consent this suit is dismissed.

May 1843 p. 242  Ordered that Crawford Moore be appointed Surveyor of the
road in place of I. W. Aeriff ? assigned.

Oct. 16, 1843 p. 253  Crawford Moore billed Scott County for cart and oxen 
$2.50.

                                                              Court Orders - 1843

pg 92 September Term 1843  Twelfth day  September 16 1843
      Jehosaphat Polk                              Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      Harvey A. Moore & Scott S. Moore             Defendants

      The decree ordered to be recorded herein at the present
      term is as follows to wit.
      Jehosaphat Polk the commmissioner herein this day filed
      his report herein which is received affirmed and ordered
      to be recorded and by the consent of parties to this
      suit it is further ordered that said Polk commissioner
      and trustee proceed to collect the amount of sales and
      to pay out and distribute the same as said as collected
      according to the provisions and terms of said deed of
      trust and the said commissioner is hereby directed to
      convey to the purchaser by deed with covenants of
      warranty etc the land sold to the purchaser thereof so
      soon as the purchaser shall pay the purchase money.
      The commissioners report ordered to be recorded in the
      above decree is as follows:
      To the Hon the judge of the Scott Circuit Court in
      Chancery sitting your commissioner appointed to carry
      into effect the decree rendered in the case of Jehosophat
      Polk against Harvey A. Moore and Scott S. Moore would
      respectfully report, that after having advertised as
      directed by said decree your commissioner on the 29th
      day of March 1843 proceeded to sell to the highest
      bidder at public auction all the property mentioned in
      said becree wich was produced. The land in said deed of
      trust mentioned has been sold for $505 by an execution
      in favour of Paul Leathers which was in the hands of
      the Sheriff of Scott prior to the execution of said
      deed which was less than two thirds of the value thereof
      and your commissioner sold the redemption right therein
      and herewith filed a list of said sales marked A and
      made part hereof. The list B herewith filed shows the
      amount collected by the commissioner from said sales.
      The list C shows the amount expended by the commissioner
      and paid out and retrined by him for making said sale.
      Your commissioner also files herewith the notes yet
      uncollected all which is respectfully recorded September
      6, 1843. <signed> J. Polk Comr.

pg 93 September Term 1843  Twelfth Day  September 16, 1843
      Robert Risk                                    Complainant
        against                                      In Chancery
      Crawford Moore                                 Defendant
      The decree ordered to be recorded herein at the present
      time is as follows:
      The commissioner Robert Risk this day made his report
      herein which is received affirmed and ordered to be
      recorded. And by the consent of the parties to this suit
      the said Risk commissioner and trustee is ordered and
      decreed to collect the amount of sales and pay out and
      distribute the money when collected according to the
      provisions of said deed of trust. And the said commiss-
      ioner is further directed to convey the land sold to the
      purchaser thereof by deed with covenants of warranty etc
      so soon as the purchase money shall be paid.
      (The commissioners report ordered to be recorded in the
      above decree is as follows)
      To the Hon the Judge of the Scott Circuit Court in Chancery
      sitting. Your commissioner Robert Risk appointed to carry
      into effect a decree rendered in the case of himself as
      trustee & agent Crawford Moore would respectfully report
      that pursuant to said decree on the 4th day of April 1843
      at the residence of said Crawford Moore your commissioner
      having previously advertised as directed by said decree
      the time place and terms ect proceeded to sell at public
      auction to the highest bidder all the property in the
      deed of trust mentioned except some grain and provender
      which had been used previously in feeding the stock and
      some hempseed etc which did not hold out according to
      the quantity in said deed mentioned, and some which was
      sold under an execution older than said deed and the
      hired negroes that were not produced. A list of all the
      property sold and the persons to whom sold and at what
      prices will more fully appear by refernece to a list
      thereof herewith filed marded A and made part hereof.
      List B shows the amount of money received therefore.
      List C the amount expended and paid out and amount
      retained by your commissioner. And the notes of the
      balance are herewith reported. All which is respectfully
      reported September 11, 1845. <signed> Robert Risk

pg 93 September Term 1843  Twelfth Day  September 16, 1843
      William Moore                                  Complainant
         against                                     In Chancery
      Westley Moore                                  Defendant
      The decree ordered to be recorded herein at the present
      time is as follows:
      The commissioner William Moore this day made his report
      herein which is received approved and ordered to be
      recorded. And by the consent of the parties to this suit,
      the said William Moore commissioner and trustee herein
      is decreed and ordered to collect the proceeds of said
      sale and pay out and distribute the same according to
      the provisions and terms of said deed of trust. And it
      appearing to the court that James S. Meese has
      purchased the land sold since said sale the said
      commissioner is hereby ordered to convey the same to the
      said Meese by deed with covenants or warranty etc so
      soon as the purchase money thereof shall be paid.
      The commissioners report ordered to be recorded in the
      above decree is as follows:
      To the Hon the Judge of the Scott Circuit Court in
      Chancery sitting. Your commissioner William Moore
      appointed by the decree in the case of William Moore
      against Westley Moore to sell the property in the deed
      of trust mentioned would respectfully report. That on
      the 6th day of April 1843 pursuant to said decree your
      commissioner having previously advertised the time and
      place of sale as directed proceeded to sell at public
      auction to the highest bidder all the property in the
      deed of trust mentioned except three horses and the crop
      of hemp which were sold by virtue of an execution issued
      and placed in the hands of a constable before the deed of
      trust was executed and two sheep that died before said
      sale. An account of said sale showing who were the
      purchasers and at what amounts etc is herewith filed
      marked A as part hereof. Your commissiioner would also
      report that he has collected the debts set forth in a
      list herewith filed marked B. And made part hereof which
      including the interest received thereon amount to the sum
      of $ <blank> and the notes not collected are herewith
      filed. Your commissioner would further report that as
      ________ as aforesaid he has paid out the sums set forth
      in a list herewith filed marked C and made part hereof
      for expenses incurred and debts mentioned in said deed of
      trust in the first class. And has retrined the sum of
      $104.11 being five per cent on the amount of sales for
      his attention thereto all which is respectfully reported
      September 2nd 1843. <signed> Wm Moore Commr

pg 94 September Term 1843  Twelfth Day  September 16, 1843
      William Moore                                  Complainant
         against                                     In Chancery
      James Moore                                    Defendant
      The decree ordered to be recorded herein at the present
      time is as follows:
      The commissioner in this cause William Moore this day
      made his report herein which is received approved to be
      recorded. By the consent of the parties to this suit
      William Moore commissioner and trustee herein is
      ordered and decreed to collect the proceeds of said sale
      and pay out the same according to terms and provisions
      of said deed of trust and the said commissioner is
      hereby directed to convey the land sold to the purchaser
      thereof by deed with covenants of general warranty etc
      so soon as the purchase money shall be paid.
      (The commissioners report ordered to be recorded in the
      above decree is as follows:)
      To the Hon. the Judge of the Scott Circuit Count in
      Chancery sitting. Your Commissioner William Moore
      appointed by the decree of the Scott Circuit Court in
      the cause of William Moore against James Moore would
      respectfully report that on the 5th day of April 1843
      having previously advertised the time and place of sale
      as directed proceeded at the residence of said James
      Moore to sell to the highest bidder at public auction
      all the property in said deed of Trust mentioned
      except two horses that died before said sale and four
      barrels of corn and one kettle that were not produced
      and herewith files a part hereof marked A. A list of
      sales shewing the names of the purchasees the property
      sold and prices etc. Your commissioner also files a
      list marked B as part hereof shewing the amount of
      debts collected by your commissioner which with the
      interest therein received amount to $ <blank> and
      also a list marked C shewing the amount paid out by
      your commissioner for expenses incurred and debts paid
      of the first class in said Deed and the Sum of
      $134.56 the amount retained by your commissioner for
      making said sale being five per cent on the amount of
      sales. And the notes uncollected are herewith filed
      and noted in a list marked D all which is respectfully
      reported September 2nd 1843. <signed> Wm Moore Comr

 




 




                       Court Orders - 1844

pg 117 March Term 1844  First day  March 4 1844
      The President Directors & Co
      of the Bank of Kentucky                      Plaintiffs
         against                                   In Debts
      Harvey A. Moore S.S. Moore (of the firm of   Defendants
      H.A. Moore & Co), Crawford Moore, Westley
      Moore and James Moore
      This day came the plaintiffs by their attorney and on
      his motion this suit abates as to the defendant S.S.
      Moore by the sheriff's return and the other defendants
      being duly warned came not but made default. It is
      therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff
      recover of the defendants H.A. Moore, Crawford Moore,
      Westley Moore & James Moore the sum of One thousand
      dollars the debt in the petition mentioned with interest
      at the rate of six percentum per annum thereon from
      May 17 1843 till paid. And also their costs herein
      expended.

pg 127 March Term 1844  First day  March 4 1844
      William Moore                                Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      James Moore                                  Defendant
      The commissioner herein this day returned and acknow-
      ledged a deed to James S. Meese is ordered to be
      certified.

pg 127 March Term 1844  First day  March 4 1844
      William Moore                                Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      Westley Moore                                Defendant
      The commissioner herein this day returned and acknow-
      ledged a deed to James S. Meese is ordered to be
      certified.

pg 131 March Term 1844  Second day  March 5 1844
      William Moore                                Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      Westley Moore                                Defendant
      The commissioner herein this day returned herein which
      is ordered to be filed

pg 131 March Term 1844  Second day  March 5 1844
      William Moore                                Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      James Moore                                  Defendant
      The commissioner herein this day returned herein which
      is ordered to be filed

pg 139 March Term 1844  Third Day  March 6 1844
      Peggy Desha, Lucius J.B. Desha, John R.
      Desha and Adelaide Johnson who are
      executors & executrixes of the last will
      and testament of Joseph Desha decd
      and William Johnson husband of the said
      Adelaide Johnson                             Plaintiffs
         against                                   In Debt
      Harvey A. Moore and Scott Moore partners     Defendants
      trading under the style and firm of H.A.
      Moore & Co, and Crawford Moore, Westley Moore
      James Moore and Jehosaphat Polk
      This day came the plaintiffs by their attorney and on
      his motion this suit abates as to the defendant Scott
      Moore by the Sheriff's return and the other defendants
      being duly warned came not but made default. It is
      therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiffs
      recover of the defendants Hrvey A., Crawford, Westley &
      James Moore and Jehosophat Polk the sum of Eighteen
      hundred fifteen dollars the debt in the declaration
      mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per
      centum per annum from June 4 1843 till paid and also
      their costs herein expended. Credit is to be given this
      judgement for the sum of Five hundred dollars paid
      October 12 1843. Also for the sum of Three hundred sixty
      six dollars 31 cents paid November 4 1843 as per
      endorsement on the note.
   
pg 140 March Term 1844  Third Day  March 6 1844
      The President Directods and Company
      of the Bank of Kentucky                      Plaintiffs
         against                                   In Debt
      H.A. Moore & S.S. Moore (of the firm         Defendants
      of H.A. Moore & Co), James Moore, Westley
      Moore, Crawford Moore & Jehosaphat Polk
      This day came the plaintiffs by their attorney and on
      his motion this suit abates as the defendants H.A. &
      S.S. Moore by the Sheriff's return and the other
      defendants being duly warned came not but made default.
      It is therefore considered by the Court that the
      plaintiffs recover of the defendants James, Westley and
      Crawford Moore and Jehosaphat Polk the sum of Four
      hundred dollars the debt in the declaration mentioned with
      interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum
      from March 14 1843 till paid and also their costs herein
      expended.

pg 144 March Term 1844  Third Day  March 6 1844
      John Ewing                                   Plaintiff
         against                                   Scine Facias
      C.C. Moore et al                             Defendants
      On motion of the plaintiffs attorney the order made in
      the cause at the last term of the Court is so amended as
      to read the clerk of this court has leave to file an
      amendment to the Scine Facias herein which was done.

pg 150 March Term 1844  Forth day  March 7 1844
      John L. Moore                                Plaintiff
        against                                    In Reprevise
      Andrew J. Eddins                             Defendant
      This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the
      defendant being duly warned came not but made default.
      It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff
      recover of the defendant one cent in damages and also his
      costs herein expended.

pg 159 March Term 1844  Fifth Day  March 8 1844
      Jehosephat Polk                              Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      Harvey A. Moore & Scott S. Moore             Defendants
      Ordered that Thomas H. Bradford the master commissioner
      of this Court do convey land sold herein to the purchaser
      on the payment of the purchase money.

pg 164 March Term 1844  Seventh Day  March 11 1844
      John Ewing                                   Plaintiff
         against                                   Scine Facias
      C.C. Moore et al                             Defendants
      The defendant Robert Jones this day filed two pleas
      herein. The Plaintiff filed a demurer to the first plea
      which was heard and overrulled. The Plaintiff then joined
      said 1st plea and filed a replication to the 2nd which
      was joined and the case is continued.

pg 184 March Term 1844  Ninth Day  March 13 1844
      George E. Moores Adm                         Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      George E. Moores heirs                       Defendants
      It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
      Margaret Moore, Mary Moore, Jane Moore, John Moore, Susan
      Moore, Catharine Moore, Thomas Moore and James Moore and
      Robert P. Rankin are now (or not) inhabitants of Kentucky.
      And they having failed to enter their appearances herein
      agreeably to law and the rule of this court. It is
      ordered that unless they do appear here on or before the
      first day of the next term of this court and answer the
      complainants bill the clerk will be directed to enter a
      general traverse of the allegations of said bill so as
      they are concerned.
      On motiion of the complainants counsel this cause is
      referred to the master commissioner of the court who is
      herely directed to ascertain and report the estate of
      every description. And to ascertain and report the debts
      against the estate. The commissioner is further ordered
      to advertise in some newspaper published in Lexington
      Kentucky. Also to advertise at the courthouse door in
      Georgetown that he will on or before the 1st day of
      August next hear proof of all claims against the estate
      of George E. Moore deceased.

pg 227 September Term 1844  First Day  September 2 1844
      Timothy Hughes against H.A. Moore & Co et al. On Petition.
      Ordered that alias process issue herein and the cause is
      continued.

pg 265 September Term 1844  Ninth Day  Septemver 11 1844
      J. Polk                                      Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      H.A. & S.S. Moore                            Defendants
      The commissioner this day returned and acknowledged a
      deed herein whis is ordered to be certified. Said
      commissioner is allowed five dollars for the execution of
      said deed.

pg 267 September Term 1844  Ninth Day  September 11 1844
      William Moore                                  Complainant
         against                                     In Chancery
      James Moore Jun                                Defendant
      The commissioner this day returned his report herein
      which is ordered to be filed.

pg 274 September Term 1844  Eleventh Day  September 13 1844
      William Moore                                  Complainant
         against                                     In Chancery
      James Moore                                    Defendant
      Ordered that this suit be stricken from the dockett.

p. 317 Oct. 1844   Claims submitted to Scott County:
William Moore    lumber  $1.00
James Risk        wagon  $3.00
Crawford Moore   cart      $1.00

Court Orders - 1845

Feb. 17, 1845 p. 346  An instrument of writing purporting to be the last will
and testament of John Holding dc'd.  This day produced into Court and proven
by the oaths of Joseph Sutton and John Elliott.  On their motion John
Elliott, A. H. Offutt, William Allen, James Moore Junr or any three of them
being first sworn so ordered to appraise the personal estate and slaves of
said deceased and make report to Court.

Mar. 1845.  An appraisement of the Estate of John Holding dc'd was this day
returned into Court and ordered to be recorded.


pg   March Term 1845  First day  March 3 1845
      Timothy Hughes against H.A. Moore & Co et al. On petition.
      Ordered continued.

pg 363 March Term 1845  Twelfth day  March 15 1845
      George E. Moores Adm                         Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      George E. Moores creditors                   Defendants
      On notice of the complainants counsel this sause is
      referred to the master commissioner of this Court who is
      hereby directed to ascertain and report the estate of
      every description and to ascertain and report the debts
      against the estate. The commissiioner is further ordered
      to advertise in the Georgetown Herald a newspaper
      published in Georgetown Ky. Also to advertise at the
      courthouse door in Georgetown that he will on or before
      the first day of September next hear proof of all claims
      against the estate of George E. Moore deceased.

pg 393 September term 1845  First day  September 1 1845
      Timothy Hughes against H.A. Moore et al. On petition.
      Case continued.

pg 418 September Term 1845  Seventh Day  September 8 1845
      Thomas C. Graves et al                       Complainants
         against                                   In Chancery
      George E. Moore heirs                        Defendants
      The commissioner J.H. DAviess this day returned his
      report herein.

pg 423 September Term 1845  Eighth Day  September 9 1845
      Robert Risk                                  Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      Crawford Moore                               Defendant
      The commissioner this day returned his report herein and
      also produced and acknowledged a deed herein to Samuel
      Moore which is ordered to be certified. Ordered that
      this cause be stricken from the dockett.

pg 426 September Term 1845  Eighth Day  September 9 1845
      John Ewing                                   Plaintiff
         against                                   In Case
      Cadwallder C. Moore                          Defendant
      Ordered that the judjement and execution for costs to
      Four dollars 28 cents in favour of the defendant and
      Robert C. Jones against the plaintiff be set off against
      so much of the plaintiffs judgement for Twenty five
      dollars against C.C. Moore.
   
pg 435 September Term 1845  Tenth Day  September 11 1845
      H.A. Moore & Co                              Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      John Points et al                            Defendants
      This day came the complainants counsel and on his
      motion this suit is dismissed.

pg 436 September Term 1845  Tenth Day  September 11 1845
      William Moore                                Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      Westley Moore                                Defendant
      Ordered that this suit be stricken from the dockett.

pg 436 September Term 1845  Tenth Day  September 11 1845
      George E. Moores Adm                         Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      George E. Moores creditors                   Defendants
      On motion of the complainants counset this cause is
      again referred to the master commissioner of this court
      who is hereby directed to ascertain and report the
      estate of every description and to ascertain and report
      the debts against the estate. The commissioner is
      further directed to advertise in the Georgetown Herald,
      a newspaper published in Georgetown KY, also to
      advertise at the courthouse door in Georgetown that he
      will on or before the first day of the March term 1846
      of this court hear proof of all claims against the
      estate of said George E. Moore deceased and the cause
      is continued.
Oct. 1845  Court ordered to pay the following:
                   Crawford Moore       1day waggon & team      $2.50
                   Blackburn Risk                    "                                "
                   James Risk                          "                                "                        
                   Crawford Moore                 "                                "

 Court Orders  1846 

pg 11 May Term 1846  Eighth Day  May 12 1846
      John Moore                                   Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      Remus Payne and G.K. Smith                   Defendants
      This day came the plaintiffs attorney and the defendants
      being duly warned came not but made default. It is
      therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff
      recover of the defendants the sum of $315.09 the debt
      mentioned with interest thereon at the rate of six per
      centum per annum from June 28 1842 till paid and also
      his costs herein expended. Credit is to be given this
      judgement for $50 paid January 2 1844. Also for $37.18
      paid July 11 1845 as per endorsement on the note.

pg 20 May Term 1846  Eighth Day  May 12 1846
      Timothy Hughes (for the benefit of
      Caleb B. Wallace)                            Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      Harvey A. Moore & Scott Moore partners       Defendants
      trading under the firm and style of
      H.A. Moore & Co and Crawford Moore
      This day came the plaintiffs attorney and on his motion
      this suit is dismissed and leave is given him to
      withdraw the note sued on.

Sep 1846  p. 96  Ordered that Valentine Rogers, James Risk, James Moore Jr.
and Nashville Adkins any of whom being first sworn do divided the real estate
of Lou Sulphin dc'd amongst his heirs.

Oct. 1846 p. 104  Ordered pay to the following:  Crawford Moore   waggon &
plough $4.
                           The Baptist Church is allowed $25 for the use of
their home for the setting of the Circuit Court.

p. 116   Dec. 1846  Orders that the clerk of this court bind Vine a free girl
of colour 7 years old to James Moore Sr. until she shall come to the age of
18 years

pg 128 November Term 1846  Eighth Day  November 10 1846
      George E. Moores Adm                         Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      George E. Moores Crs                         Defendants
      The court this day pronounced a decree herein Which is
      ordered to be copied as follows:
      This cause coming on to be heard on the bill masters
      report and the court being now fully advised and Said
      report having laid over for exceptions from the May Term
      1846 and now having been filed it is now ordered and
      decreed that the settlement and report the the master
      commissioner herein be affirmed and that said Daviess be
      and stand fully discharged as administrator ____ now as
      aforesaid from all debts against said estate and it
      further ____ from Said report that there is a balance
      due said DAviess from said estate of $141.17. It is
      further ordered and decreed that said heirs pay said sum
      of $141.17 to said Daviess out of any assets which have
      descended or may descend to them from their said
      ancestor George E. Moore dec'd.

pg 133 November Term 1846  Ninth Day  November 11 1846
      Thomas C. Graves et al                       Complainants
         against                                   In Chancery
      George E. Moore heirs                        Defendants
      The defendant Leo Tarlton this day filed a demurer and
      plea herein.

pg 136 November Term 1846  Ninth Day  November 11 1846
      Jehosaphat Polk                              Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      H.A. Moore & others                          Defendants
      Ordered that this cause be stricken from the dockett..

Court Orders  1847

pg 182 May Term 1847  First Day  May 3rd
      John T. Daviess & James H. Daviess
      merchants & partners under the firm
      & style of J.T. & J.H. Daviess               Plaintiffs
         against                                   On Petition
      Crawford Moore                               Defendant
      This day came the plaintiffs attorney and the defendant
      being duly warned came not but made default. It is
      therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiffs
      recover of the defendant the sum of Ninety one 30/100
      dollars with interest thereon at the rate of six per
      centum per annum from January 2 1846 till paid.
      Also the sum of Twenty dollars with legal interest
      therein as aforesaid from March 1 1843 till paid.
      Also the sum of Forty three dollars 50/100 with interest
      therein as aforesaid from January 2 1845 the debt in
      this petition mentioned. Also their costs herein
      expended.

Aug. 1847  Ordered that Alfred Bradley be appointed surveyor of the road in
the place of Samuel Moore and with the same hands keep said road in good
repair

pg 263 August Term 1847  Third Day  August 11 1847
      Thomas C. Graves                             Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      George E. Moores heirs                       Defendants
      The answer of Leo Tarlton heretofore filed is now noted.

pg 274 August Term 1847  Fourth Day  August 12 1847
      Thomas L. Moore Administrator of all &
      Singular the goods & chattles & rights
      & credits which were of James Watson
      dec'd who died interstate                    Plaintiff
         against                                   In Covenant
      David T. Mefford                             Defendant
      This day came the plaintiffs attorned and the defendant
      being duly warned came not but made default. It is
      therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff
      recover of the defendant the sum of One hundred seventy
      one dollars 21/100 in damages & also his costs therein
      expended.

pg 277 August Term 1847  Fourth Day  August 22 1847
      John S. Johnsons ad                          Plaintiff
         against                                   In Covenant
      H.A. Moore & Co and others                   Defendants
      Ordered that alias process issue herein and the cause
      is continued.

pg 306 August Term 1847  Twelfth Day  August 1847
      Robert Jarvis and James Trahue partners
      trading in the name of Jarvis & Trahue       Plaintiffs
         against                                   On Petition
      Thomas L. Moore                              Defendant
      This day came the plaintiffs attorney and on his motion
      this suit is dismissed.

pg 310 November Chancery Term 1847  First Day  November 16 1847
      Thomas C. Graves                             Complainant
         against                                   In Chancery
      George E. Moores heirs and others            Defendants
      This day came the parties by their counsel and on the
      motion of the complainants counsel this suit is
      dismissed as to the defendant Leo Talton. It is therefore
      decreed that the complainant pay said defendant his costs
      herein expended.

Court Orders  1848

Aug. 1848 p. 239  On the motion of Thomas Kelsy who made oath and together
with James Moore and William Kenny his securities who entered and
acknowledged bond in the penalty of $4000 conditions according to Law. 
Administration is granted him upon the Estate of Elizabeth J. Moore dc'd in
her farm.  Ordered that James Moore, Achille Adkins, Valentine Rogers and
Lawrence Maddox any three of whom being first sworn do justly and truly
appraise the personal estate of any of Elizabeth Moore dc'd and report to
Court.

Oct. 1848  On the motion of William Moore who made oath and together with
Joshua Patterson his security entered into and acknowledged same in the
penalty of $125 conditioned according to Law certificate is granted him for
obtaining letters of Administration on the estate of Martin Brent dc'd in due
form.

Oct. 1848.  Claims against the county:  Crawford Moore    waggon     $2.00

                   An inventory and appraisement of the estate of Elizabeth
Moore dc'd returned into Court and ordered to be recorded.

Nov. 1848  A settlement with the guardian of Cynthia Suggett and with the
given de'an? of Wiilliam and James H. Moore were returned into Court this day
and laid over according to law.

pg 322 Febreary Term 1848  First Day  February 28 1848
      Thomas L. Moore Adm of James Watson decd     Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      Mary Ann Watson and Abdellah Watson          Defendants
      This day came the plaintiffs attorney and the defendant
      being duly warned came not but made default. It is
      therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiffs
      recover of the defendant the sum of One hundred and
      sixty four dollars the debt in the petition mentioned
      with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per
      annum from Apr 29 1847 till paid and also his costs
      herein expended.

pg 333 Febreary Term 1848  First Day  February 28 1848
      Thomas L. Moore Adm of James Watson decd     Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      Mary Ann Watson and Abdellah Watson          Defendants
      This day came the plaintiffs attorney and the defendant
      being duly warned came not but made default. It is
      therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiffs
      recover of the defendant the sum of Fifty seven dollars
      and 50/100 the debt in the petition mentioned with interest
      thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from Apr 29
      1847 till paid and also his costs herein expended.
     
pg 345 Febreary Term 1848  First Day  February 28 1848
      John S. Johnson adm against H.A. Moore & Co In Covenant
      Ordered continued.

pg 397 August Term 1848  First Day  August 14 1848
      Thomas L. Moore                              Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      George Watson                                Defendant
      This day came the plaintiffs attorney and the defendant
      being duly warned came not but made default. It is
      therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff
      recover of the defendant the sum of Eighty dollars the
      debt in the petition mentioned with interest thereon at
      the rate of six per centum per annum from the 22nd day
      of September 1847 till paid and also his costs herein
      expended.

pg 397 August Term 1848  First Day  August 14 1848
      Greenberry Moore                             Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      Stephan Lucas and Maria Lucas                Defendant
      This day came the plaintiffs attorney and the defendant
      being duly warned came not but made default. It is
      therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff
      recover of the defendant the sum of Eighty two dollars
      and 10 cents the debt in the petition mentioned with
      interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum
      from the 11th day of June 1848 till paid and also his
      costs herein expended.

pg 399 August Term 1848  First Day  August 14 1848
      Thomas L. Moore                              Plaintiff
         against                                   On Petition
      James Nicholson                              Defendant
      This day came the plaintiffs attorney and the defendant
      being duly warned came not but made default. It is
      therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff
      recover of the defendant the sum of Sixty two dollars
      and twenty cents the debt in the petition mentioned with
      interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum
      from the 2nd day of July 1848 till paid and also his
      costs herein expended.

pg 407 August Term 1848  Second Day  August 15th 1848
      Elizabeth Johnson administrix and James Johnson adminstrator of John L. Johnson decd Plaintiffs
         against                                   In Convenant
      Harvey A. Moore and Scott Moore late         Defendants
      partners trading in the name of H.A. Moore & Co and James Moore and Crawford Moore
This day came the plaintiffs attorney and on the motion the plaintiff this suit abates as to the defendant Scott       Moore by the return of the Sheriffs and the defendants Harvey A. Moore, James Moore and Crawford Moore being duly warned came not but made default. It is therefore considered by the Court that the plaintiff recover of the defendants Harvey A. Moore, James Moore and Crawford  Moore the sum of Seven hundred and two dollars and twenty three cents in Damages with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 15th day of August 1848 till paid and also his costs therin expended.

pg 425 August Term 1848  Fifth Day  August 18 1848
      Thomas C. Graves                             Complainant
         against                                              In Chancery
      George E. Moores heirs                       Defendants
      Ordered that this cause be stricken from the dockett.

Feb. 1848  A Sale Bill of the estate of John B. Risk dc'd returned into court & ordered to be recorded.
                   William Hobet McClure and Thomas McClure infants over 14 years of age came into Court and made choice of W. H. Cook as their guardian.

Court Orders  1849

Jan. 1849  On motion of William Moore who made oath and together with James Moore and A. J. Miller his securities entered into and acknowledged bond in the penalty of $5000 conditioned according to law.  Certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of Administration on the estate of W. L. Glinn dc'd
in due form.
                   On motion of William Moore ordered that Crawford Thomason, Craig A. Beard, Charles Hambrick and James Moore any three of whom being first sworn do appraise the personal estate and slaves of Wm. L. Glinn dc'd and report to Court.

Sep. 1849  The Last Will and Testatment of John Moore dc'd was this day offered and proved by the oath of Martin Lynch and J. H> Hufford and ordered to be recorded.

Nov. 1849  On motion of Eliza Beard, William B. Risk having her in open court resigned his guardianship, she is appointed to guardian of her infant children William S. and James H. Moore, one being over 14 years of age and choosing his mother and the other under 14 years who thereupon entered into and acknowledged bond with Cary A. Ward and Wm. B. Risk in the penalty of $24,000 conditioned according to Law.

Court Orders  1850

Oct. 1850  Ordered County to pay William Moore   waggon & team  $.2.00
                                                                                oxen                   $ 1.50

Court Orders  1851

Jun 1851  On motion of N. Anderson it is ordered that Geo. Mads, ___Carr, William Price and Thomas S (L) Moore or any three of them being first sworn according to law may act and be hereby appointed to view the ground along which a road is proposed to be by the foot to intersect the Cinncinati Pike
at Osbourne cabin.

Jul 1851  The report of the Commissioners is ordered to be filed and the Court being of opinion that the proposed road will be convenient and it appearing that the same will go over the lands of Thomas S. Moore, James Vance and the heirs of Patrie? Vance and Joseph Carr and then between Henry
and Isaac Carr and Bradford Munson, thence through the lands of Robert Risk and George Madden.

Oct 1851 p. 62  On motion of James Moore security of Thomas Kenny as administrator of John Moore dc'd it is ordered that a summons issued against the said Thomas Kenny returnable to the first day of the next term of this court to show if anything he hath or can say why he should not be required to
give to the said James Moore counter security as his securities as aforesaid.

Oct. 1851  p. 62-63  Ordered that the following claims be allowed to be paid out of the levy for 1852:                       John Sheely      $2.00
                               James Risk       "
                               Crawford Moore  "
                               John Sheely      $2.40

NOv. 1851  James Moore  )          Motion for Court Security
                         vs
                  Thomas Kenny

                   George Madox        Motion open Road
                          vs                    Alias summons against Ben Osborn
                   Thomas Y.Moore

Dec. 1851 p. 78
                   George Maddox(Madden?)   Motion open the road from Turkey Foot
                         vs                                     to Cinncinati Pike
                   Thomas Y. Moore

Dec. 1851  p. 81  A settlement with Adm. of Elizabeth Moore

                   James Moore                      Motion for County security contained
                         vs                                 for the plaintiff
                   Thomas Kenny

Court Orders  1852

Jan. 1852 p. 87  James Moore                 Motion for County Security
 vs                                 continued for the plaintiff Thomas Kenny

March 1852 p. 102  On motion of Mrs. Judith Perry and her heirs of William Perry produced to Court the Bond of Bartlett Perry to John W. Moore and the assignment for the conveyence of a tract of land lying in Scoutt County do hereby bind myself as administrator to make John W. Moore of Owen County a
special deed to 30 acres of Oak land in Scott County adjoining Felding Road in county.

p. 103.  Thomas L. Moore a merchant this day filed with the sheriff for five dollars and it is ordered that a license to sell liquor in his house not less than a quart is granted to him.

Dec. 1852 p. 158  Samuel Moore, guardian of John I,S?? Moore this day came into court and resigned his guardianship and thereupon chose John Ferguson as his guardian for said John Moore and the said John Ferguson together with R. Kenny and Louis Cable? his securities entered into and acknowledged bond to the commonwealth in the penalty of six thousand dollars according to law.

p. 165  The will and codicil of John Miller was this day produced in Court and the will was proved by the oaths of James Moore and Samuel Emerson the subsenberg?? and the codicil by the oaths of James Moore and Landum? Maddox the subsribing inlupeds?? thereto and they were ordered to be recorded.

p. 167  The apefor? of tax for the year 1832 having failed to list for taxation the property of Crawford Moore, the Court this day returned.......
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Court Orders  1853

Aug. 1853  Ordered that the lands of Moses Risk, Crawford Moore and Daniel Polk be placed on the road commencing at Dry Run Road and running to the Muddy Fork.

Oct. 1853.  Court ordered costs to be paid: William Moore     $2.50
                                                                     John Risk             1.25

James M? W?  Moore infant orphan of Hugh Moore over the years of age this day came into Court and made choice of Cary A. Ward as his guardian whereupon said Ward together with D. S. Allen as his security executed the bond required by law.

Court Orders  1854

Mar 1854  p. 236  Thomas L. Moore a merchant this day paid the clerk of this said amount $2.00 . It is ordered that a license to sell spirits in quantities not less than a quart be granted to him for one year.

p. 241  On motion of James Risk ordered that C. A. Ward, JOhn Sheley and Crawford Moore or any two of them being first sworn be ............

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