Tippecanoe County, Indiana Circuit Court Document
April Term, 1858

Transcribed by Sue Beach, Muncie, IN from a photocopy of the original record, Sept. 1996.
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State of Indiana
Tippecanoe County
April term Circuit Court for 1858

Abiel Jenners Bradfield complains of Ura A. Stacker, her husband James H. Stacker, Hannah M. Robisson, a widow, Joseph R. Bradfield, Sydney Yeager, her husband Washington Yeager (said Ura A., Hannah M., Joseph R., & Sydney being the children & sole heirs of John Bradfield deceased.) also Andrew J. Yeager & Emily Yeager (who are infants & the sole heirs at law of Andrew J. Yeager deceased.) & also Elizabeth P. Foreman [?] and Turner Welsh
The plaintiff shows that Benjamin Bradfield died intestate July 17th, 1830 leaving as his sole heirs at law John Bradfield ( the father of the defendants above named as his heirs at law, who died intestate [blank] 1850), Jonathan N. Bradfield ( who died intestate the [blank] day of [blank] 1832, leaving the plaintiff his sole heir at law.) & Anna E. Bradfield (who died intestate 2nd September 1857 leaving as her sole heirs at law the plaintiff & said children of John Bradfield.
The plaintiff further shows that said Benjamin Bradfield died [one unreadable word] in fee simple of the west half of the South west quarter of section fifteen (15) in Township twenty-two (22) North of Range five (5) west & the East half of the south west quarter of section 20 in same township & range all in said county which lands descended in equal parts to his three heirs above named subject to the dower right of his widow Rachael Bradfield, who died the 29th of August 1848.
The plaintiff further shows that said Jonathan N. Bradfield the plaintiffs father on the 10th day of May 1831 conveyed his interest in the undivided two thirds of said lands to said John Bradfield reserving his right to the remaining third after the [copy of document ends here]

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