Bill for Foreclosure, 3 October 1844 [Ivins v. E. Smith et al.]
and on behalf of , Bill for Foreclosure, to Judge of Circuit Court in Chancery , , IL,  Oct. 1844, Ivins v. E. Smith et al. (Hancock Co., IL, Circuit Court, in Chancery 1845); handwriting of ; docket by , [, IL, 3 Oct. 1844]; notation by , [, Hancock Co., IL], 9 Oct. 1844; notation by unidentified scribe, [ca. 9 Oct. 1844]; four pages; Hancock County Courthouse, Carthage, IL.
that said Joseph Smith has paid a portion of the said money secured and intended to be secured by said mortgage and that there is now due of principal and interest on the same to your orator the sum of <four> six hundred <& fifty> dollars (or thereabouts) that said Joseph Smith on or about the 20th day of June 1844 died intestate leaving his widow, and who is now his administratrix, and children heirs surviving and who are minors & Fred[e]rick Smith <that is administrator of said Joseph Smith> Your orator therefore prays that the writ of subpoena may issue against the said Administratrix &c & Fredrick Smith <and > that they may answer all and singular the allegations hereof and that on the final hearing of this Cause your Honor will decree the said writing established a mortgage deed and decree Correction of the said errors of the same <and that the equity of redemption in said premises be foreclosed> and that an account may be taken of what is due Your orator on the same of principal and interest and that the said premises may be sold and the proceeds thereof applied to the satisfaction of the same and for such other relief both general and special, your orator being remediless by the rules of the Common law, as may be consistent with the rules of equity &c