Everingham Family History Public Record Reprint

Albany Argus, NY
November 6, 1848

SUPREME COURT - In Equity, late in Chancery -- Henry Evernghim and Samuel M. Evernghim, vs. William R. Thurston and Abigail E. Thurston his wife, Elizabeth M. Evernghim, Stephen P. Leeds and Maria M. Leeds his wife, Joseph D. Evernghim, trustee, and Louisa W. Evernghim his wife, Edward Bill and Margaret R. Bill his wife, Henry W. Bates and Elizabeth R. Bates his wife, and Gilbert D. Evernghim, Edward Wilson and Susan R. Wilson his wife, Lydia W. Evernghim, Helen L. Evernghim, Phoebe Anna Evernghim, William R. Thurston Evernghim, Mary Josephine Evernghim, Alexander V. Blake, Mary W. Evernghim, Clarence A. Blake, Elizabeth M. Blake, John Strong, Catharine Martin, Robert W. Martin, Delaplaine Martin, Charles St.John and Esther St.John his wife and Joseph Lloyd Martin.

In pursuance of the statute in such case made and provided, and of an order of this court made in the above entitled cause, notice is hereby given to all persons having any general lien or incumbrance, by Judgement or decrea, upon any undivided share of interest of any of the above named parties, or upon all the shares or interest of the said parties, in or to the lands and premises mentioned in the bill of complaint in this cause, and hereinafter described, (and of which partition or sale sought by said bill) or any part thereof, to produce to me, the subscriber, referee, at my office number 20 Nassau street, in the city of New York, on or before the twenty-second day of December next, between the hours of nine o'clock in the fore-noon and five o'clock in the afternoon, proof of all such their respective liens and incumbrances, and of the amounts due thereon respectively; and that they specity the nature and dates of their incumbrances of their incumbrances resspectively, which said lands and premises are described in the said bill as follows:

All that lot, piece or parcel of land, now known as number 393 Pearl Street, in the 4th ward (late Montgomery ward) of the city of New York, and bounded xxferly in front by pearl street aforesaid, southerly on xxx side by land now or late of Thomas H. Burling, westerly in the xxx by land now or late of Wagner Hull, and northerly on the other side by land now or lately belonging to the estate of Thomas C. Pearsall, deceased, containing in width, in front and xxxeach, thirty two feet, and in length, on each side, one hundred and forty feet, be the said several dimentions more or less, together with all the tenements, heredxx wise appeartaining. Dated New York city, November 6, 1848.

Philo T. Ruggles, Referee.

transcribed by Kevin Everingham, 2013

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