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- Steven Pruitt Epps on The Origin and History of the Epps Name
- Peter Scott on Skeletons In My Closet Or Is My Laundry Really That dirty!
- Byron Eppes on The Origin and History of the Epps Name
- Tim on Virginia Viola Hyatt
- Misty (burgess) Robinson on George Rice Vanzant Vanzandt
- Deborah JACKSON MELVIN on Milliard Fillmore Jackson Miscellanous Information
- Dee on Joseph Fitpatrick
- Buck Epps on The Origin and History of the Epps Name
- Wisely e. Epps on The Origin and History of the Epps Name
- Rodney Pence on Calling All Detectives.
- Skeletons In My Closet Or Is My Laundry Really That dirty!
- Samuel Beshett Chesser and Samuel George Chesser 1850 Census
- Mr and Mrs. Lee Roy Fitzpatrick Obituary Notice November 17, 1970
- Margie Evans
- Abraham VanZandt Miscellanous Info
- Verlenden Miscellanous Information
- Vanzandts of Buck County
- I Have Boxes And Boxes Full Of Genealogy
- Happy Memorial Day
- Joseph Fitpatrick
Category Archives: James C Epps vs Hugh M Epps et al
Lawrence Epps died intestate about 20 June 1861. The court ordered the sale of his land to pay off his debts. A family law suit followed in 1867 It was not until ten years after his death that the sale … Continue reading
The following is the earliest document preserved in the archives of Lincoln County regarding the Epps family law suit over settling the estate of Lawrence Epps. As the various documents published hear are read a window in time is opened … Continue reading
The document below gives the complaint of James C. Epps the administrator of his father Lawrence’s estate who died intestate. The court had order that the land of Lawrence Epps deceased should be sold to settle the debts against his … Continue reading
The following deposition was taken at the office of the Clerk & Mater of the Chancery Court at Fayetteville upon notice on this the 29th day of Aril 1871 to be used as evidence in taking a stating the account … Continue reading
Note: Lawrence Epps the first witness below lived at this time near Christiana in Rutherford County Tennessee. He is the brother of John Norris Epps and the transcriber of these court documents Lawrence Ward Epps’ great grandfather. The taking of … Continue reading
D. W. Clark Clk The taking of Depositions in the cause resumed according to adjournment this 19th day of May 1871 James Armstrong being sworn according to law deposing says— I was at Lawrence Epps house a short time before … Continue reading
Deposition of J. C. Epps Regarding His Right To Get Compensation For Acting As Administrator and Executor of His Father’s Estate
J. C. Epps Adm & ex vs Hugh M Epps & others The following Depositions were taken the 1st June 1871 by consent in the above cause to be used in stating the Account ordered the same being taken at … Continue reading