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ARGUED AND DETERMINED
SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA,
MARCH TERM, 1858.
Present-JOSEPH H LUMPKIN,
CHARLES. J. McDONALD, Judges.
Josiah Prron, surviving executor, plaintiff in error, vs. SA
RAH C. PARKER, and others, defendants in error.
A deed of gift of a slave, if made and recorded according to the provisions of the
Act of 1838, “to prescribe the mode of aking gifts of slaves," is good against subsequent purchasers from the donor.
Trover, from Spalding county. Tried before Judge CABINESS, November Term, 1857.
This was an action of trover brought by Sarah C. Parker, and others, against Josiah Pyron and Lewis Pyron, executors of James Shipp, deceased, for the recovery of a negro woman slave named Caroline.
Lewis Pyron, one of the executors, died pending the suit, and the action proceeded against the survivor.