Monday, September 20, 2010

Amanuensis Monday: Robert Hampton, Bond Guarantor, 18 April 1822

Thanks to John at Transylvanian Dutch for providing a framework (and nudge) for transcribing family records, news clippings and other treasures.

This bond is one of several documents supporting a close relationship of this Hampton family with the Bayles/Bayless family. I am very interested in this Hampton family and its possible relationship to Rachel Hampton (abt 1794-bef 1880), wife of Isaac Mulkey.


William Bayles, Thomas Finch and Robert Hampton; bond for appeal; William Bayles vs. David Deaderick; April 18, 1822.


Know all men by these present that __
William Boyls  Thomas Finch & Robert Hampton
are ___ and firmly bound unto David Deaderick
in the just and full sum of one thousand Dollars
well and truly to be paid unto the sd David Deaderick
void on condition that the sd William Bayles shall
present this appeal with effect. this day obtained from
the county court of Washington to the next circuit
court to be held for the county  of Washington
at the court house in Jonesboro on the Second
Monday in September next or in ca__ of failure
____ pay and satisfy all costs & charges which
may accru by wrongfully carrying a__ the same
Witness and hands & seals this 18th day of
April 1822
                                                Wm Bayles – (seal)
                                                Thos Finch  (seal)
                                                          his
         Robt Hamton (seal)
                 mark



Source: Washington County Court Records 1780-1965, Subgroup G, Misc. Judicial Documents, 1777-1928, Box 1, Folder 8, Item 25. Archives of Appalachia, East Tennessee University, Johnson City, TN.

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