State of Indiana
vs

James Story



Box 430 

Filed Decr 13th 1833
S. B. Morris Clerk



The State of Indiana
Shelby County             SS:
 
            Be it remembered that on the 11th day of November in the year of our Lord 1833 personally came before me J. Shank Sheriff of the County of Shelby and in the State of Indiana  James Story  and  Reuben Davisson  who, severally acknowledged themselves to owe and be indebted unto the State of Indiana in the sum of forty dollars each to be levied of their Respective goods and Chattles, lands and tenements if default be made in the condition, towit.  That the said James Story shall personally be and appear before the Judge of the Shelby circuit Court on the first day of their next term to commence and be holden at the Court house in Shelbyville on the first Monday of March next, then and there to answer the State of Indiana on an Judgment preferred against him for an affray with  Jacob Hummer  and not depart without leave of said County.
James Story     Reuben Davisson     (SEAL)        

Signed sealed and acknowledged before me and by me approved on this 11th day of Nov. 1833.
J. Shank Sheriff     S. C.        



State of Indiana, Shelby County, SS:
            The State of Indiana to the Sheriff of Shelby County, Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to take James Story if he may be found in your bailiwick, and him safely keep so that you have his body before the Judges of the Shelby Circuit Court on the first day of their next term, to be holden at the court house in Shelbyville, on the First Monday of March next, to answer the state of Indiana on an indictment for an affray with Jacob Hummer and have you then there this writ.
            Witness, Sylvan B. Morris, clerk of the said Court, and the seal thereof, this 18th day of September 1833.
Sylvan B. Morris Clerk


 
The State of Indiana
        VS                         Copias
James Story
Returnable 1st day March Term 1834

            The defendant may be discharged from custody by entering into several recognizance in the sum of Forty dollars with one Security in the Like sum.

        [Sylvan B.] Morris    Clerk
Filed Decr 13th 1833                 S. B. Morris Clerk


            I received this writ this 18th day of Sept. 1833 and have Executed the same as within commanded Dec 11th 1833
J. Sank [Shank] Sheriff S. C.
 
Sheriffs fees for serving writ and taking into custody     .50
Mileage (8) travel & return writ .58
Recognizance bond .37
  J. Shank Shff S. C.

State of Indiana, Shelby county, SS
            The State of Indiana to the Sheriff of Shelby County, Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to Summon  Jesse Ogle  to personally be and appear before the Judges of the Shelby Circuit Court on the 2nd day of their March term, to be holden at the court house in Shelbyville on the third day March instant to testify on behalf of the Defendant in a certain cause therein pending between the state of Indiana is plaintiff and James Story defendant and herein they may not fail at their peril.  Have you then there this writ.
            Witness, Sylvan B. Morris, clerk of said Court, this 4th day of March 1834.
S. B. Morris Clerk                        

March 5th 1834 The within subpoena served on Jesse Ogle by me.
H. F. Robison Attorney for Deft                                .




State of Indiana
        VS                                                                     Indictment for an Affray
James Story
            The Clerk of the Shelby Circuit Court will please issue a subpoena to Reuben Davisson directing him to appear forthwith before the said Court to testify on the part of the defendant in the above case as also to bring with him his docket containing the entry of the said case.
Robison     Atty for Deft.            


State of Indiana, Shelby County, SS:
The State of Indiana to the Sheriff of Shelby County, Greeting:
You re hereby commanded to Summon Reuben Davisson, to personally be and appear before the Judges of the Shelby Circuit Court Instanter at the court house in Shelbyville Instanter, to testify on behalf of the Defendant in a certain cause therein pending between The State of Indiana plaintiff and James Story defendant and herein they may not fail at their peril. Have you then there this writ.
Witness, Sylvan B. Morris, clerk of said Court, this 4th day of March 1834.
S. B. Morris Clerk                            


James Story
     VS
State of Indiana             Subpoena
Returnable instanter
             Sheriffs fees serving sub.        .37
             Mileage (6) travel .36
             Return sub. .10
.83
Executed March 4th 1834         J. Shank Shff


State of Indiana
        VS                                             Affray
Jacob Hummer  &  James Story

Philip Robins 
Foreman of the Grand Jury
Witnesses  David Ross  &  David Marsh
Filed in open Court Sep 14th 1833     S. B. Morris Clerk

State of Indiana
Shelby County     SS:

            Shelby Circuit Court at their September Term in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and thirty three.
            The Grand Jurors for the state of Indiana empanelled sworn and charged to inquire within and for the body of the County of Shelby aforesaid in the name of and by and under the authority of the said state of Indiana upon their oath present that Jacob Hummer late of the County aforesaid yeoman and James Story late of the County aforesaid yeoman on the tenth day of August in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and thirty three with force and arms by mutual agreement then and there made at the County aforesaid did then and there in pursuance of said agreement fight together in a public place at and in the County aforesaid and did then and there commit an affray to the great terror and disturbance of divers of the good citizens of the said state of Indiana then and there having assembled at the County aforesaid contrary to the form of the statute in such case made and provided and against the peace and dignity of the State of Indiana.
W. Herod Prosecutor



State of Indiana, Shelby county, SS:
The State of Indiana to the Sheriff of Shelby county, Greeting:
            You are hereby commanded to Summon David Marsh & David Ross to personally be and appear before the Judges of the Shelby circuit Court on the First day of their next term, to be holden at the court house in Shelbyville on the First Monday of March next, to testify on behalf of the Plaintiff in a certain cause therein pending between the State of Indiana plaintiff and James Story defendant and herein they may not fail at their peril. Have you then there this writ.
            Witness, Sylvan B. Morris, clerk of said Court, this 23 day of Sept 1833



The State of Indiana
            VS                             Subpoena
James Story
Returnable 1st day March Term 1834

Executed in full Feb. 24th 1834             J. Shank Sheff S.C.
        Shiffs fees
            Serving sub             .75
            Mileage (9) travel .54
            Return sub. .10
1.39        J. Shank Sheriff


Transcribed by Barb Huff
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