System Number: 12151
Date: 22 March 1873
Author: Edmund Francis Davis
Recipient: James Anderson Rose
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: MsDc
In the Common Pleas
- V - }
Messrs. Rose & Thomas
11 Salisbury Street Strand
Defendants Attornies or Agents
Take Notice the Defendant must plead hereto in eight days otherwise Judgement
Dated this 22nd day of March 1873
Edmund F & Benn Davis
6 Cork Street
[p. 2] In the Common Pleas
The Twenty second day of March in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and seventy three
Middlesex, to wit, Fanny Marks the wife of Edward Mansfield Marks Executrix of the last Will and Testament of William Robert Markwell deceased by Edmund Francis Davis her Attorney sues - James Abbott McNeill Whistler in the Writ of Summons called - G. [sic] A. M Whistler for money payable by the Defendant to the said William Robert Markwell for Goods sold and delivered by the said William Robert Markwell to the Defendant and for work and labor done and materials provided by the said William Robert Markwell for the said Defendant at his request and for money paid by the said William Robert Markwell for the said Defendant at his request and for Interest upon and for the forebearance [sic] at Interest by the said William Robert Markwell to the Defendant at his request of monies due and owing from the Defendant to the said William Robert Markwell and for money found to be due from the Defendant to the said William Robert Markwell on accounts stated between them. And the plaintiff as such Executrix as aforesaid claims One hundred pounds.
'63' is written in another hand in the upper left corner of pp. 1 and 2.
4. Fanny Marks
Fanny Marks (Mrs Edward Mansfield Marks), executrix of W. R. S. Markwell.