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MILTON A. TAYLOR
WILLIAM T. HILL and STORM BROTHERS.
On 6 Dec 1884, M. A. TAYLOR made a bond with JAMES M. LASATER, NEWTON M.
WALLACE, R. C. TAYLOR, and G. W. WHITE as securities. Witnesses
for Milton A. Taylor were: JESSE WOLF, E. WATKINS, AUGUST
GERSBACHER, WILLIAM MCGEHEE, and JOHN C. WHITING. The case
mentions goods levied on as property of BENJAMIN H. TAYLOR and claimed
by M. A. TAYLOR and JAMES LASATER.
Book 124 File 5
Suit in Chancery Court
BENJAMIN H. TAYLOR
Witnesses for the plaintiff were: JOHN HYLE, J. L. HYTEN, H. T.
RANKIN, WILLIAM EDWARDS SWALLOW, GEORGE A. HARMAN, J. H. RANKINS,
SYLVESTER THOMAS, WILLIAM E. LITTLE, L. W. OLIVER, JOHN WILLIAMS, B. A.
YORK, ELIAS LITTLE, WESLEY THOMAS, JO METCALF, D. H. RANKIN, GEORGE
TAYLOR, and RAY OLIVER.
Witnesses for the defendent were: JAMES ROCKETT, J. W. SPRINGER,
A. M. WHITE and MARTIN SMITH.
(Note: From the deposition it appears that Benjamin H. Taylor and
Columbus Lowry were in business together in a dry goods store).