David Higginbotham is named in a suit in Fluvanna Co.,VA order book 1811-1815m, Pg.242,243-" April 1813
He is listed as the surviving partner and obligee of McCredie Higginbotham & co. This suit lists the following members of my Pace family as plaintiffs: Tarlton Pace and Benjamin Pace, heirs of John Pace, deceased, Sarah B.Magruder administratrix? of John B. Magruder, deceased, Abraham Shepherd and David Higginbotham, surviving parner
against other members of the Pace family
Can someone tell me more about this company and what exactly they did in Albemarle or Fluvanna Co.?
I have found a death of David Higginbotham from the Albemarle Enquirer 04 March 1823
and a birth of a David Higginbotham in 1805
Mother: elizabeth Bowling Father:William Kyle
I most interested in my Pace ancestors, and what the suit might be about.
It appears some land is to be soldand an amount of the proceeds to be paid to various persons.