Co., KY Court Order Book G Sapp/Hunt dispute over indenture of children
Term, 1841 pg. 66 On motion of Isaac Sap, ordered that Patsy Hunt be summoned to
appear here at the next term of this court to show cause if any she can why her
son Samuel Hunt shall not be taken and bound out owning to her inability to
raise him in industry and honest calling
for Mrs. Hunt Plaintiff against } on a motion Isaac Sap Ordered that this cause
be dismissed at the plaintiffs costs
November Term 1840 pg. 43
motion of Mrs. Hunt, ordered that James Hunt be summoned to appear here at the
next court, and produce in court, Reuben, & Geoge W. Hunt, apprentice boys
in his possession and show cause if any he can why they shall not be taken from
him and rebound. And also ordered
that James Sap, be summoned to appear at the next court & produce Samuel
Hunt, in court to show cause if any he can why he shall not be taken from him
& rebound. Summon as witness
Alexander Swim, Uel Hunt, James Cassity for Mrs. Hunt
Term 1840 pg. 54 Commonwealth agst.
Sap (on a summons) ordered that an alias
in this cause & the same is cont. tell next term
vs. Jas. Hunt (on summons) cont. for peft.
Term 1841 pg. 62 The commonwealth of Ky by Mrs. Hunt-Plaintiff Against } upon a
Motion to give up Samuel Hunt to be rebound Isaac Sap Defendant On motion the
attorney for the county ordered that this cause be quashed. And that the plaintiff pay the costs of this suit.
The commonwealth of Ky by Mrs. Hunt Plaintiff Against } upon a motion to give up
Hunt & Geo. W. Hunt to be rebound James Hunt Defendant
Term 1841 pg. 91 I. Sap
Plff Against } on a motion to have her child Sam'l Hunt bound out Patsy
Hunt Deft. This day came the
parties by attornies and the court having heard the cause and duly considered
thereof, It is ordered that the said Child be rebound out according to Law.
Ordered that the clerk of this court bind Samuel Hunt to Isaac Sap for the term of Eight Years from the [left blank] of October next or till he arrives at the age of 21 years to learn the art and mystery of Farming. An Indenture to that effect was signed sealed and acknowledged in open court by the parties & ordered to be recorded
Submitted by Bobby Hunt