Anderson England

by admin on September 19th, 2003

Records from the Dickson County Court Clerks Office

These records are the personal research of and contributed to us by Ken Kimbro


Dickson County, Tennessee Handbook
by Jill Knight Garrett
Southern Historical Press, Inc.
Easley, South Carolina
1984
pages 189-190. “Captain Francis S. Ellis” Company
This company was in service from November 1814 until May 1815. (Included in the list of volunteers) Anderson England”

Pioneers of Dickson County, Tennessee
by Carol Wells
Ericson Books
Nacagdoches, Texas
1988.
Page 180
October 1817
John Tatom appointed overseer of the road leading from Charlotte to Vernon, and that he work from the nine mile tree to the county line at William Lovels and that he have the following hands: Stephen Tatom, Richard Tatom, James Tatom, William Tatom, willson Hudson, John Scott, David McClanehan, John Baker, John A. Baker, James Baker, Richmond Baker, Armstrong Baker, Absolam Baker, Samuel Tubb, Pleasant Hart, Anderson England.”

Dickson County Circuit Court Clerks Office
Minute Books, Vol. 1-B
Sept. 1810 – Oct. 1852
MF Roll #1
January Term, 1819
State of Tennessee vs Anderson England Anderson England labourer late of the county of Dickson who stands indeited (indicted) for assault & Battery committed o­n the body of John Scott was thereupon arraigned and o­n his arraignment plead Guilty and submits to the Lincy (liency) of the court whereupon it is considered by the court that he be fined Twenty Dollars and pay the Cost of this prosecution.

Dickson County Circuit Court Clerks Office
Minute Books, Vol. 1-B
Sept. 1810 – Oct. 1852
MF Roll #1
Friday, March 10th 1826 Thomas Halloway vs WARRANT APPEAL Anderson England
This day came the parties by their attorneys and thereupon came a Jury of good and lawful men to wit John Adams John D Edwards Thomas Petty John May George Tatum Archibald Skelton Henry A. C. Napier Jacob Toland Joseph Handlin George Tubb Joseph Williams and Gabriel Petty who being elected tried and sworn the truth to speak upon the matter in controversy whereupon the evidence being heard by the consent of the parties with the assent of the court this cause and Jury are adjourned until Tomorrow morning Nine O Clock. Court there adjourned until tomorrow morning nine O Clock. J. C. Hamilton Saturday Morning 11th March 1826 Court met according to adjournment present the Honorable John C. Hamilton Judge. Thomas Halloway vs WARRANT APPEAL Anderson England This day appeared the parties by their attos. and thereupon again came the Jury who were o­n yesterday elected tried and sworn to try this case to wit John Adams John d Edwards Thomas Petty John May George Tatum Archibald Skelton Henry A. C. Napier Jacob Toland Joseph Handlin George Tubb Joseph Williams and Gabriel Petty who upon their oaths do say they find for the plaintiff the sum of thirteen dollars and six & 1/4 cents. It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of the defendent the said sum of thirteen dollars and Six and 1/4 cents the damage aforesaid together with the costs in this behalf extended.

Dickson County Circuit Court Clerks Office
Minute Books, Vol. 1-B
Sept. 1810 – Oct. 1852
MF Roll #1
Tuesday, 6th September 1827. Solomon Marsh vs WARRANT APPEAL John Baker & Anderson England
This day come the parties by their attorneys and thereupon came a jury of good and lawful men … in controversy between the parties upon their oaths do say they find in favour of the plaintiff and that the debts are indebted to him in the sum of Forty two dollars twenty two and 1/2 cents. It is therefore considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of said John Baker and Anderson England his security for appeal to the county court and o­n motion that he also recover of Richard Batson the security for the appeal to this court the aforesaid sum of Forty two dollars twenty two & o­ne half cents …

Dickson County Circuit Court Clerks Office
Minute Books, Vol. 1-B
Sept. 1810 – Oct. 1852
MF Roll #1. 1838
State of Tennessee Dickson County The grand Jurors of the state of Tennessee elected, empanelled, Charged and sworn to inquire for the body of the County of Dickson upon their oaths presents and say James Bruce, late of said County labourer o­n the 6th day October 1838 in the County of Dickson aforesd. with force and arms an assault did Make in and upon o­ne Anderson England and him the said England then and there did beat, wound and ill treat with fists, sticks, stones, staves, etc. and other wrongs and injuries to the said England then and there did to the great damage of the said England to the evil example of all others offending and against the peace and dignity of the state. W. K. Turner Sol. Genl. of the 7th Sol. District State of Tennessee vs INDICTMENT FOR A AND B James Bruce This day came the Sol. Genl. in behalf of the state and the deft. being arraigned upon the indictment pleads guilty as Charged in the indictment and submits to the Mercy and levity of the Court. It is therefore Considered by the Court that the defendant be fined and the State of Tennessee recover fifty Cents together with the Costs in this behalf expended and that the deft. be held in Custody of the sheriff until said fine and Costs are secured and thereupon George W. Bruce appeared in Court and assumed the payment of said fine and Costs for which execution will issue.


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