Sworn statement of A. Rudolph, 1869 Jan. 7
author: Rudolph, Amzi
extent:  p.
date: January 7, 1869
summary: Sworn statement of A. Rudolph, agent of the Augusta & Dahlonega Gold Mining Company, taken by McDuffie R. Morse, dated January 7, 1869. Rudolph claims ownership of a Lumpkin County land lot, asserting that Jasper Gayden's claim to ownership is not in good faith. A note at the end of the document indicates ownership ends up being assigned to a third party, R. Archer, by deputy sheriff J. C. Early.
repository: Chestatee Regional Library System, Lumpkin County Branch
collection: Madeleine K. Anthony Collection
Augusta and Dahlonega Gold Mining Company
Dispute resolution (Law)
Lumpkin County (Ga.)
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Georgia Lumpkin County
In person appeared before the undersigned one of the Justice of the Peace in and for Said County A Rudolph Agent of the [deleted text: D] Augusta and Dahlonega Gold Mining Company Who being duly sworn Saith that he doth bonafide claim the Right of Possession to lot of Land Number eight Hundred [deleted text: an] Seventy eight in the twelfth (12) of the first (1) Section of originally Cherokee Now Lumpkin County and that Said lot of land is in the possession of Jasper Gayden Who does not in good faith claim a right to Such possession and yet refuses to abandon the same although required so to do
[Signed] A. Rudolph
Agt. [Agent] Aug. [Augusta] & Dahlonega Gold Mining Co. [Company]
Sworn to and Subscribed before me this Jany [January] 7 1869 [unclear text: McDuffie R Morse] J D [Juris Doctor (?)]
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Executed the [unclear text: matter] by putting Mr R Archer in free and full possession of the Land in dispute
Jan [January] 8 1869 J C Early Dep [Deputy] Shff [Sheriff]
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A Rudolph ag [agent] of the A & D Co [Augusta & Dahlonega Company] vs [versus] Gayden
Warrant for the possession of Land
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