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John Fisher, a lawyer, sued Betsy’s husband during 1831 in
Louisa E. Raymond Schedule of Property
The schedule of property owned and possessed by Louisa E. Raymond, wife of Alfred H. Raymond under the provisions of an act of the Legislature of the State of
Towit: an undivided interest in a stock of goods in the town of Van Buren, Itawamba County in partnership with Winfield S.C. Walker and also an undivided interest in the books, notes and accounts of said store, all of which is worth Two Thousand Dollars, all which said personal property is claimed, held and possessed by the said Louisa E. Raymond, wife of said Alfred Raymond in her own separate right under the provisions of the above recited acts and this schedule of the above property wherein filed for in the office of the clerk of the probate of said county, under the provisions of said acts this the 27th day of August AD 1846.
Witness the hand and seal of said Louisa E. Raymond the day and date above written.
Louisa E. Raymond S E A L
Source: Deed Book 5, Page 366-367