Oliver C. Vanlandingham, plaintiff, in error
William Fellows, Cornelius Fellows & Abraham Hite, co-partners under the style of W & C Fellows & Co., defendants, in error
Oliver C. Vanlandingham moved from Muhlenberg Co., Kentucky, to Gallatin Co., IL, as did my ancestor William Roark. A brief history of the Vanlandingham family in Paradise, Muhlenberg Co., KY, as well as moves to Gallatin Co. and Louisiana can be found here.
This site has a reference to W & C Fellows & Co. of Louisville, Kentucky, and mentions William Fellows, Cornelius Fellows and Benjamin J. Adams. "A-655: 24 May 1847, Limce (Linico?) A.G. Noel of Crittenden Co. is indebted to W.& C. Fellows & Co. of Louisville...".
The Filson Historical Society of Louisville, KY, also has a reference to W & C Fellows & Co. here.Information about another Illinois Supreme Court case emanating from Gallatin County, Illinois, and pertaining to slavery can be found on my blog here.
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W. & C. Fellows & Co. (Louisville, Ky.)
Collins & Co. (Hartford, Conn.) Letters, 1834-1844. 3 items.
Letters to Collins & Co. in
Conn. About ordering axes wholesale by this firm in Hartford All three letters discuss the price of the axes and the method of payment. In the letter of Louisville, Ky. 26 July 1844the writer states that they do business in money and compare exchange rates between Indiana and Indiana Kentucky money.