Race and Slavery Petitions Project

Petition 20884106 Details

Location:West Baton Rouge
Location Type:Parish
Salutation:To the Hon. the judge of the District Court of the State of Louisiana holding sessions in the fourth judicial District in and for the parish of West Baton Rouge (, )
Filing Date:1841-April-3
Ending Date:1843-November-15

General Petition Information

Abstract:Daniel W. K. Wilson claims that John Noland is indebted to him in the sum of $900. He represents that he was hired as overseer on Noland’s plantation on the 1st of January 1840, at the rate of $100 per month, and “faithfully discharged” his duties for nine months, for which Noland owes him $900. He contends, however, that Noland refuses to pay, although “amicably demanded.” He therefore seeks an order of the court condemning Noland to pay the $900.
# of Petition Pages:2
Related Documents:PARs #20882815, #20884027; Judgment, 15 November 1843; Answer and Plea of Reconvention, 4 May 1841; Bill for Overseer Services, 1840
Pages of Related Documents:5

People Associated with Petition 20884106

Free Persons of Color:0
Other People:0

Citation Information

Repository: West Baton Rouge Parish Courthouse, Port Allen, Louisiana

  • Records of the Fourth Judicial District Court
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  • Document Number 640
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Processing Information

Record Created:1/14/1997
Record Final Edited:12/2/2003
Record Last Updated on:6/19/2006 9:32:00 AM