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Dennis Loreden

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  • Name Dennis Loreden 
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I139254  Tree1
    Last Modified 4 Aug 2022 

    Family Elizabeth MNU Shaw 
    Married Bef 7 Aug 1723  Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 4 Aug 2022 
    Family ID F54451  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • LOURDEN / LOREDEN

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      1722-1724 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 9; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 113
      Richmond County Court 7th of Augst 1723
      - BECKWITH vs LOREDEN
      Ordered that the Sheriff summon to next Court DENNIS LOREDEN and ELIZABETH his Wife to answer the Petition of MARMADUKE BECKWITH
      - SHAW vs LOREDEN
      Ordered that the Sheriff summon to next Court DENNIS LOREDEN and ELIZABETH his Wife to answer the Petition of CHRISTIAN SHAW
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      1722-1724 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 9; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 129
      Richmond County Court 5th of December 1723
      - BECKWITH v LOREDEN
      MARMADUKE BECKWITH against DENNIS LOREDEN and ELIZABETH his Wife is isrmst, the Pit. not
      prosecuteing
      SHAW y LOREDEN
      CHRISTIAN SHAW her Petition against DENNIS LOREDEN is dismist, the Plt. not prosecutemg
      - BARNES y LOREDEN
      RICHARD BARNES his action of Case against DENNIS LOREDEN is dismist, the Pit. not prosecuteing
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      1722-1724 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 9; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 88
      Richmond County Court 7th of February 1722/23
      - LOURDEN to serve BARNES
      DENNIS LOURDEN this day in open Court assumed to serve Mr. RICHARD BARNES or his assigns seven years in consideration of RICHARD BARNES paying for him a Debt of two thousand nine hundred eighty eight pounds of tobacco; And it is further agreed between them that in case any more Debts appear due from DENNIS LOURDEN that RICHARD BARNES shall pay them, DENNIS LOURDEN serveing him porportionably seven years for two thousand nine hundred eighty eight pounds of tobacco
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      1722-1724 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 9; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 130
      Richmond County Court 5th of December 1723
      - WELLS v LOREDEN's Estate
      The Attachment obtained by STEPHEN WELLS against DENNIS LOREDEN's Estate is continued till - TAYLOE v LOREDEN's Estate
      The Attachment obtained by JOHN TAYLOE, Gent., from JOSEPH BELFIELD, Gent., one of the Magistrates of this County, against DENNIS LOREDEN for nine hundred forty pounds of tobacco being returned served on DENNIS LOREDENs Estate by WILLIAM HILL, Sub Sheriff, and DENNIS LOREDEN being now called and not appearing, on motion of Plt., Judgment is granted him against the Estate of DENNIS LOREDEN for eight hundred twenty nine pounds of tobacco due upon ballance of Accounts [makeing Oath in Court
      it is justly due], with costs als exo; the return is admitted to Record and is as followeth "In Obedience to the above Attachment I went to the House of DENNIS LOREDEN and attacht soe much of the Estate of DENNIS LOREDEN as is of value sufficient to pay the debt and charges; To one Steer and three Cows attacht and secured for an apparisment after further proceedings had at the next Court to be held for this County if soe ordered. August the 8th 1723, p WILLIAM HILL, Sub Sheriff." which particulars it is ordered that the Sheriff of this County cause to be appraised by three men sometime between this and the next Court [they being sworn before a Magistrate of this County] and after haveing soe done that he deliver the same or soe much thereof to JOHN TAYLOE as will satisfye the above Judgment and costs
      - FANTLEROY v LOREDEN's Estate
      The Attachment obtained by WILLIAM FANTLEROY, Gent. for JOSEPH BELFIELD, Gent., one of the Magistrates of this County, against the Estate of DENNIS LOREDEN for fifteen hundred sixty three pounds of tobacco being returned served on DENNIS LOREDEN's Estate by WILLIAM HILL, Sub Sheriff, and DENNIS LOREDEN being now called and not appearing, on motion of Plt. Judgment is granted him against the Estate of DENNIS LOREDEN for the sum of fifteen hundred sixty three ponnds of tobacco [makeing Oath in Court it is justly due], with costs als exo, the return is admitted to Record and is as followeth; "In Obedience to the above Attachment, I went to the House of DENNIS LOREDEN and attacht soe much of the Estate of DENNIS LOREDEN as is of value sufficient to pay the debt and charges; seven head of Cattle attacht and
      secured for appraisment after further proceedings to be had at the next Court to be held for this County if soe ordered. August the 8th 1723 p WILLIAM HILL, Sub Sheriff." which particulars it is ordered that the Sheriff of this County cause to be appraised by three men sometime between this and the next Court [being first sworn
      before a Magistrate of this County] after haveing soe done that he deliver the same or soe much thereof to WILLIAM FANTLEROY as will satisfye the above Judgmentand cost
      - BARNES v LOREDEN's Estate
      The Attachment obtained by RICHARD BARNES from ROBERT TOMLIN, Gent., one of the Magistrates of this County, against the Estate of DENNIS LOREDEN for three thousand eight hundred fourteen pounds of tobacco being returned served on DENNIS LOREDEN Estate by WILLIAM IIILL, Sub Sheriff, and DENNIS LOREDEN being now called and not appearing, on motion of Plt Judgment is granted him against the Estate of DENNIS LOREDEN for two thousand four hundred forty eight ponnds of tobacco due by ballance of a Bill [makeing Oath in Court ii is justly due], with costs als exo., the return is admitted to Record, and it is as followeth; "In Obedience to the above Attaclunent I went to the House of DENNIS LOREDEN and attacht as followeth, To seven head of Cattle and thirteen head ofHoggs; To tobacco attacht in JAMES
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      1722-1724 Richmond County, Virginia Order Book 9; Part 2 [Antient Press]; Page 140
      Richmond County Court 1st of April 1724
      WELLS v LOREDEN's Estate
      The Attachment obtained by ELIZABETH WELLS against the Estate of DENNIS LOREDEN for one and thirty shillings and three pence currant money is dismist, noe prosecution

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