Genealogical Gleanings From
Reports of Cases Determined in the
Supreme Court of Alabama, 1820-1826
William L. Wilson vs. James Jackson
June, 1823 There were three counts in the declaration. The defendant Wilson took issue on the first, and demurred specially to the second and third. The demurrer to the second court was sustained, and to the third overruled. The plaintiff then entered a nol. pros. as to the first count, and final judgment was rendered for him on the third.