McCampbell vs. Keys and Moore--Subpoena, dated 7th May, 1796, toSheriff of Rockbridge to summon Andrew McCampbell, James McCampbell, John Telford and William Anderson to August Court, 1796, for money due by injunction bond. Executed on James McCampbell, John Telford; Andrew McCampbell is no inhabitant. Declaration says that defendants on 10th April, 1790, entered into bond of injunction gotten from High Court of Chancery by Andrew to enjoin judgment gotten by Saml. Keys and Andrew Moore vs. Andrew. Suit abates as to Andrew. Writ of enquiry of damages; Robert McCampbell becomes surety; plea of payment. Appeal bond, 10th March, 1798, with Andrew McCampbell security;
attachment, 15th October, 1788, vs. John ADARE,levied in hands of Andrew McCampbell as garnishee. In November, Andrew acknowledges debt £80, by agreement, to be paid by a horse and wagon and remainder in salt, to be delivered at defendant's house in the Grassy Valley below mouth of the French Broad. Copy of Andrew's bill for injunction: A number of years ago he purchased from John ADARE a tract on frontier of NORTH CAROLINA in settlement known as the FRENCH BROAD, to be paid for as above, but land has never been conveyed; Andrew is a poor man. The land lies within the Indian boundry, as pointed out by Congress in a late proclamation, by which all persons in that neighborhood were required to quit their lands and come to the other side of the line.
Copy of answer of Keys and Moore: John ADARE was indebted to them with interest from 1782; they obtained judgment in Sullivan County, No. Ca.; wagon and horse were to be delivered in 1788; Adair instructed Andrew to pay Keys and Moore, but Andrew said Indians had done damage there and he was afraid to take out his family; defendants say the agreement with ADAIR is not lost, but suppressed; Andrew is now living in the French Broad; Andrew's veracity questioned; answer sworn to 11th November, 1790. 9th August, 1791, deposition of James WHITE at house of John ADAIR in Hawkins County (State of?). Article of agreement between John ADAIR and Andrew is dated 15th January, 1788; the land lies in Hawkins County on Whites Mill Creek, about 60 miles west of the Hopewell line or Indian boundary; Andrew is in possession of part of the Perry land; injunction dismissed.