The Finding aid for the Francis Cutting Legal Documents C057894
Society of California Pioneers
101 Montgomery Street, Suite 150
Presidio of San Francisco
San Francisco, CA 94129
B002182 / B-2-1B
Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: Society of California Pioneers
Title: Francis Cutting Legal Documents
Identifier/Call Number: C057894
Physical Description: 1 folder 1 Folder (2 handwritten legal documents)
Date (inclusive): 1862
Abstract: This file contains the court case proceedings pertaining to George Osgood and Francis Cutting, among others dated October 1, 1863, and December 10th, 1862.
The first document is a 4th District Court in San Francisco filing denying that Francis Cutting was indebted to one George Osgood, for $709.69 and is dated the 19th of September, 1862 and Mr. Cutting denied that they were ever business partners in "Cutting & Co." together. The second document is a hand written affidavit on the same court case, in which the author states that the plaintiff cannot testify in any respect. The document was written by one Alfred Lee, who was a tinsmith, and in it he testifies that he has known Cutting for a total of 3 months, and that "he doesn't know what business he's in". A few other names are mentioned (Fred K. Smith and John Doe Smith) with regard to the business and pertaining to being alleged business partners with Mr. Cutting. The attorney for the plaintiff appears to be W.C. Burnett.
Source and date of acquisition unknown.
The Society of California Pioneers, 101 Montgomery St., Suite 150, Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco CA, 94129
The Francis Cutting Legal Documents. The Society of California Pioneers.
No biographical information was found on Cutting or Osgood.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Pioneers -- California -- History -- 19th century
Law (California) - Cases