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  • Family Law (Derecho de familia) (2006) is an Argentine, French, Italian, and Spanish, comedy-drama film, written and directed by Daniel Burman.

  • Family Law is a television drama starring Kathleen Quinlan as a divorced lawyer who attempted to start her own law firm after her lawyer husband took all their old clients. The show aired on CBS from 1999 to 2002. The show was created by Paul Haggis.

  • Family law is an area of the law that deals with family-related issues and domestic relations including: *the nature of marriage, civil unions, and domestic partnerships; *issues arising during marriage, including spousal abuse, legitimacy, adoption, surrogacy, child abuse, and child abduction *

  • The seventh book of the Bible, describing the conquest of Canaan under the leaders called “judges” in an account that is parallel to that of the Book of Joshua. The book includes the stories of Deborah, Gideon, Jephthah, and Samson

  • (judge) determine the result of (a competition)

  • a book of the Old Testament that tells the history of Israel under the leaders known as judges

  • (judge) a public official authorized to decide questions brought before a court of justice

1880 Tennessee census of Davidson County with Hardy and Francis Perry + Hunter Perry family

1880 Tennessee census of Davidson County with Hardy and Francis Perry + Hunter Perry family

1880 Tennessee census of Davidson County with Hardy and Francis Perry + Hunter Perry family

Notes for Hardy Hunter Perry :

Sarah Perry and Ruben Hitt are living in the household with HH Perry and Frances Garrett (Hitt - Perry) . Sarah is Hardy's little sister ... and she is listed as D&D, Deaf and dumb.

Possible connection:
Name: Sally COOK Sex: F Birth: 1809 Reference Number: 6438

Father: James COOK b: 21 NOV 1768 in Caldwell County, Kentucky
Mother: Sarah EARLEY

Marriage 1 Hardy PERRY

Hardy H. Perry et al vs. Jesse Garrett et al, 1844

Transcribed by Linda Carpenter
Sumner County Loose Lawsuits, Case #7622

To the Honorable Terry H. Cahal Chancellor of the Middle Division of the State of Tennessee holding the Chancery Court at Gallatin. The Bill of complaint of Hardy H. Perry and Sarah F. Perry, William M. Perry, James G. Perry, Mary J. Perry, and Susan G. Perry minors & by their next friend and guardian the said Hardy H. Perry, citizens of the county of Sumner and State aforesaid, filed in the Chancery Court at Gallatin against Jesse Garrett, John B. Walton, Timothy Garrett & William Walton citizens of the said county & said State aforesaid, humbly complaining your orators would show your Honor that their father Norfleet Perry, at his late residence in the county and state aforesaid on the _ day of _ 1833 departed this life intestate leaving your orators and Elizabeth Perry his wife (who is now dead) his only heirs and distributes; and that upon the _ day of 1833 the said Jesse Garrett and John B. Walton appeared before the County Court of Sumner County and state aforesaid and were duly qualified as administrators of the estate of the said Norfleet Perry dec'd and entered into bond for the faithful performance of all their duties as such administrators and the said Timothy Garrett & William Walton there in open court became bound & the security of the said administrators as aforesaid for the faithful discharge of all and singular their duties as such administrators as aforesaid ( A copy of which bond is herewith filed marked ("A") and prayed to be taken as part of this Bill.) whereupon the said Jesse Garrett and John B. Walton entered in and upon their duty as administrators as aforesaid; and as they were by Law and in duty bound to do, did on the _ day of _ 1833 advertise the perishable property belonging to said estate for sale, and agreeably to said notice the same was sold and a return made thereof as your orators are informed and believe which is now a matter of record in the County Court Clerk's Office of Sumner County and State aforesaid. A copy of which will be produced upon the hearing of this cause if the same shall be deemed necessary, which return shows the sale of said property as your orators are informed and believe to have amounted to showed the sum of twelve hundred dollars or upwards which has not been accounted for by said administrators, but still remains in their hands to be accounted for with interest from the time that the notes & fell due and became payable according to the terms of said sale. Your orators would also show your Honor that the said administrators received as your orators are informed and believe a considerable amount of bills, notes and accounts or evidences of debt belonging to the estate of Norfleet Perry dec'd amounting in all to about the sum of one thousand dollars for which they are accountable together with some sums of money found in the possession of the said Norfleet in his decease the amount not precisely known but believed to have been amply sufficient to have paid all the debts which were owing by the said Norfleet at the time of his death, which should also be accounted for by said administrators as aforesaid, upon rendering this account with said estate.
Your Orators would state that the said Norfleet died seized and possessed of considerable real estate consisting of about six hundred and ten acres of land divided into some two or three tracts with about two hundred acres thereof in a state of cultivation, lying and being situated in the county and state aforesaid on the waters of Manskers Creek, which lands have been taken possession of and rented out and the rents and profits therefore received by the said administrators which ought to have amounted to about the sum of two hundred dollars per year, for all of which rents and profits they should be held to account for in a settlement with said estate. Your orators would show that the said administrators received and took into their possession the following negroe slaves belonging to said estate to wit: Isaac a negro man who was in consequence of their being unable to manage him so far as to make him profitable to said estate on the day of_1834 or 1835 sale for about the sum of four hundred dollars which was then received by the said administrators and is now in their hands for which they should be held accountable for toge

Judge Benjamin Franklin Barkley (1822-1882)

Judge Benjamin Franklin Barkley (1822-1882)

In 1855 Benjamin F. Barkley, a Kentucky physician, with his wife Malinda Elizabeth Duncan (1827-1917) and their children settled on a farm at Birdville. There he practiced medicine, became a lawyer, and a charter member of Masonic Lodge No. 148 in Fort Worth. In 1856 Dr. Barkley tried unsuccessfully to keep the county seat at Birdville. As a republican leader, he spoke out against slavery and secession. Barkley was admired for donating land for Birdville's Cemetery and participating in Indian Campaigns, but his strong will and pro-union stand stirred anger in the area. He barely escaped death several times.
Barkley treated wounded Confederate soldiers and aided their families despite his opposition to the Civil War, and served as local postmaster during the war.
During reconstruction, Barkley headed the county registration board which denied the vote to former Confederate supporters. He was appointed county judge in 1867 and used federal troops to maintain order. With great courage he fought to protect the rights of the ex-slaves. He left office after democrats won all county offices in 1873, but remained active in law and medicine throughout north Texas for the remainder of his life.

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