Shelby County Indiana
Common Pleas 12
Second Day, March Term, 1870, Shelby Common Pleas.
[This case begins on a prior page.-pmf]
Valuation or appraisement Laws, according to the letter and affect of the said Note in Suit.
It is further ordered adjudged and decreed by the Court, that unless said Defendant William Lee, or some person on his behalf do forthwith pay to the plaintiffs the said Sum of One hundred and One Dollars and twenty five Cents the amount now due on said Note mentioned, and assessed by the Court, in manner and form aforesaid, all the Equity of Redemption of the said Defendants Barney and Phebe McGinnis in and to the said mortgaged premises herein before described shall be barred and forever foreclosed; and that the Sheriff of Shelby County be and he is hereby authorized and directed to sell the Real Estate herein described, without any Relief from Valuation or appraisement Laws, as other lands are sold on Execution. And it is further ordered adjudged and decreed by the Court, that if the proceeds of such Sale should be insufficient to satisfy said Judgment together with all accrued and accruing Interest and Costs, then the said Sheriff shall levy upon and sell without Relief from Valuation or appraisement Laws any other property of the said William Lee subject to Execution, to make up the deficiency, for all of which a duly certified Copy of the Judgment and Decree issued from under the hand of the Clerk of the Court and attested by the Seal thereof,
shall be sufficient authority for said Sheriff to execute the same.
Transcribed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
Civil Records Index
To contact researchers listed above, use the Surname Index