Nancy vs. James Parker Jr. and Dinah Parker (1771)
Dinah and James Parker conceded Nancy was freeborn. Arbitrators set damages and costs which Nancy had to sue for in following ECCP term.
- Plaintiff: Nancy
- Defendant: James Parker Jr.
- Defendant: Dinah Parker
- Defendant's Attorney: Nathaniel Peaslee Sargeant Esq.
- Arbitrator: Philemon Chandler
- Arbitrator: Samuel Porter Esq.
- Arbitrator: Samuel Phillips Esq.
Essex Court of Common Pleas
- July 1771 Salem: Case filed and sent to arbitration
- September 1771 Newburyport: Case disposed
- Disposition: James Parker signed note on August 12, 1771 to pay 2 pounds, 8sh in one month.
Monetary Damages: 2 pounds, 8 sh.
Court_Costs: 1 pound, 16 sh, 4p.
- December 1771 Salem: Case disposed
- Disposition: Nancy sued because Parker did not pay Damages and Costs. Parker defaulted.
Monetary Damages: Additional 1 pound, 2 shilling interest on note.
Court_Costs: Additional 1 pound, 16 sh and 4p.