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Term/YearCase Title
September, 1800Gregoire Sarpy v. Pierre Croupatte
June, 1802Jacques Chauvin v. Jacques d'Eglise
March Term, 1805John P. Cornegys v. Nathanial Pryor
March Term, 1805Louis Tayon v. Etienne Malbeuf
March Term, 1805Labon, a man of color v. Risdon H. Price
March Term, 1805William Clark v. Louis Labeaume
March Term, 1805William Clark v. Louis Labeaume
March, 1806John Bolly v. Pierre Sajors
December, 1806Gregoirie Sarpy v. Pierre Croussatte
March, 1807Gregoirie Sarpy v. Pierre Croussatte
April Term, 1807Antoine Dubreuil v. Manuel Lisa
June Term, 1807United States v. Francois Hortes
June, 1807Gregoirie Sarpy v. Pierre Croussatte
January, 1808Collection of Treasury Drafts and Receipts
March Term, 1808United States v. John Johnston
March, 1809Pierre Menard et. al. v. Calise Montardy
May Term, 1809John Cathee v. Edward Hempstead
June Term, 1809Webster v. George Druillard
July Term, 1809William Morrison v. Francois Benoit
July Term, 1809Rufus Easton v. George Druillard
November Term, 1809William Clark v. Charles Bourguion
November Term, 1809William Clark v. Francois St. Michel
November Term, 1809William Clark v. Nicholas Brazeau
November Term, 1809William Clark v. Joseph Richard
November Term, 1809William Clark v. Joseph Manseau
October, 1810Thomas James v. St. Louis Fur Company, et al.
October, 1810Thomas Jones v. Joseph Lewis, Sheriff of New Madrid
November, 1810Jacob Philipson v. Meriwether Lewis, William Clark
November Term, 1810Risdon H. Price v. Alexander Willard
November Term, 1810Paul Primeau v. Louis Labeaume
November Term, 1810Joseph v. Auguste Chouteau
November Term, 1810Henly Donnelson v. Missouri Fur Company
November Term, 1810Charles Sanguinette v. Edward Hempstead
November Term, 1810William Clark v. Thomas James
November Term, 1810; July Term, 1811Sherred G. Swaine v. Edward Hempstead
November Term, 1810; March Term, 1811John Colter v. Edward Hempstead
March Term, 1811Gilbert Russell v. Edward Hempstead
March Term, 1811Samuel Solomon v. Mary P. Leduc
March Term, 1811Falconer, John G. Comegys v. Edward Hempstead
May, 1811United States v. Aske nawa, Aske na wa (the young man)
June Term, 1811Frederick Kaylor v. Alexander Willard
July Term, 1811Abraham Parker v. Manuel Lisa
July Term, 1811United States v. Joseph Leblond
October Term, 1811Baptiste Godair v. Sylvestre Labbadie and Auguste P. Chouteau
November, 1811Peter Chouteau v. Edward Hempstead
March Term, 1812Peter Chouteau v. Edward Hempstead
March Term, 1812Pierre Chouteau v. Edward Hempstead
March Term, 1812William Clark v. Jeremiah Connor
March Term, 1812William Clark v. Jeremiah Connor
March Term, 1812Peter Chouteau v. Meriwether Lewis
July Term, 1812William Clark v. Horrace Austin
March Term, 1813William Clark v. Samuel Hammond
March Term, 1813William Clark v. Jaduthan Kendall
March Term, 1813William Clark v. Samuel Hammond
July Term, 1813William Clark v. James Beatty
December, 1813Abraham Parker v. Manuel Lisa
February, 1814William Tarlton v. Jacob Horine
June Term, 1814Augustus Chouteau, John P. Cabanne, Antoine Chenin v. Pierre Lecomte
June Term, 1814United States v. James Frazier et. al.
June Term, 1814Augustus Chouteau and John P. Cabanne v. William E. Bain and Michel Arsens
June, 1814United States v. Paul Perrault
October, 1814Missouri Fur Company et. al. v. Thomas James
October Term, 1814Augustus Chouteau, John P. Cabanne, Antoine Chenin v. Henry Delaurier, Joseph Robedeau, Francois Robideau, Alexandre Papin
October Term, 1814Grand Jury Presentment of Nuisance
January Term, 1815George Sips v. William Bolli
June Term, 1815John Baptiste Prevert v. Manuel Lisa
July, 1815Francois Deroin and Dennis Julien v. Patrick Lee
February Term, 1816Peter Primm v. John Lane, James Mackey, John Bolly, and Jeduthan Kendal
August, 1816Unknown
April, 1817Indian Licensing Form for Antoine Danjen
May Term, 1817Estate of Gabriel Cerre by August Chouteau, Exceutor v. Antoine Delard
June, 1817Michel Lacroix v. Louis Tayon, Maurice Blondeau, and Bazile Proulx
August Term, 1817Joseph Robidoux v. Jeremiah Conner
September Term, 1817Tempe, a black woman v. Risden H. Price
September Term, 1817Sally Jourdain v. Francis Jourdain et. al.
September Term, 1817Samuel B. Smith v. John Connelly and James Feron
September, 1817William Clark v. Louis Brazeau Jr. and Auguste Brazeau
September, 1817Peter Provenchere and Frederick Butler v. Thompson Bird
October Term, 1817Missouri Fur Company v. Charles Tibeau
October Term, 1817Missouri Fur Company v. Charles Latour
October Term, 1817Joseph Beaudoin v. John P. Cabanne and Antoine Chenie
October Term, 1817Hugh Richard v. Benjamin O'Fallen
October Term, 1817James Fernon and John Connelly v. James Smith
February Term, 1818Susan, a free woman of color v. Henry Hight
March, 1818Jack v. Barnabas Harris
May, 1818Antoine Cetoleau v. Joseph Rebedeau
June, 1818Francois Leclerc v. Antoine Sitoliur
June, 1818Arch v. Barnabas Harris
June Term, 1818Debt Note
August Term, 1818Marie, a mulatto girl v. Auguste Chouteau
August Term, 1818Matilda Thomas v. William Littleton
October Term, 1818Louis Beaudain v. Francis DeRouin
October Term, 1818Louis Beaudain v. John P. Cabanne and Antoine Cheru
October Term, 1818Francois Leclerc v. Joseph Robideau
November Term, 1818 Sarah v. Michael Halton
March Term, 1819Winny v. Phebe Whitesides (alias Pruitt)
March Term, 1819Daniel v. John Whitesides
March Term, 1819Malinda v. Phebe Whitesides
March Term, 1819Lewis v. Phebe Whitesides
March Term, 1819Jenny v. Charles Halton
March Term, 1819Jenny v. Robert Musick
March Term, 1819Lydia v. John Butler
April Term, 1819William Clark v. Auguste Brazeau and Louis Brazeau, Jr.
June, 1819Thomas Wood v. John B. Tenony and Cyrus Curtis
July, 1819John Campbell v. Thomas Hanly
August Term, 1819Milly, a black woman, for herself and her two infant chilccrn, Eliza and Bob v. Mathias Rose
December Term, 1819United States v. Paul Premo
February, 1820David Stone Co. et. al. v. Executors of Manuel Lisa et. al.
July, 1820United States v. John H. Robb
August Term, 1820Winny, a woman of color v. Samuel Donner
August Term, 1820United States v. George, a slave
August Term, 1820State of Missouri v. Isaac White
August, 1820United States v. James Watt
August, 1820United States v. William Easdale
August, 1820United States v. John Oliver
December Term, 1820Benjamin O'Fallon and William Clark v. William Chambers and James Sawyer
December Term, 1820State of Missouri v. William Easdale
December Term, 1820State of Missouri v. Joseph Labarge
December Term, 1820State of Missouri v. George H. Robb
December Term, 1820State of Missouri v. James Watt
April Term, 1821John Paul Stone et. al. v. Tallot Chambers et. al.
April Term, 1821Hannah, a free girl v. Phebe Whitesides
April Term, 1821Benjamin O'Fallon and William Clark v. William Chambers and James Sawyer
April Term, 1821Nancy v. Isaac Voteau
May, 1821Louis Bissonnette, et. al. v. John B. C. Lucas
October, 1821Pelage v. Francois Valois and John P. Cabanne
February Term, 1822Pelagie v. Francois Valois, J.P. Cabanne
February Term, 1822John P. Cabanne and Antoine Chenier, merchants trading under the firm name of Cabanne and Chenier v. Amable Steine, Executor for the Estate of Louis Beaudoin
June Term, 1822Pelage v. John P. Cabanne
October Term, 1822Jeffrie v. Joseph Robdoun
February Term, 1823John P. Cabanne, Pierre Chouteau, Barthole Benthold, Bernard Pratte, and Michael Samuel v. Charles Hempstead, Theodore Hunt, and Manuel Lisa
June Term, 1823John O'Fallon et. al. v. John T. Nash
June Term, 1823John O'Fallon et. al. v. Stephen Rector
June Term, 1823John O'Fallon et al. v. Charles Hempstead and Mary Lisa
June Term, 1823Theodore Hunt v. John Boly
October Term, 1823Bank of Missouri v. William Clark
October Term, 1823John O'Fallon, William Clark, et. al v. Missouri Fur Company
October Term, 1823 John O'Fallon, William Clark, et. al v. Estate of Edward Hempstead
October Term, 1823Malinda and Nelly, people of color, by and through their next friend, Beriah Cleland v. Robert Wilburn
October Term, 1823Malinda and Nelly, Free Persons of Colour, by and through Their Next Friend, Beriah Cleland v. Robert Wilburn
October Term, 1823George Liss v. John Boley
October, 1823Letty Fenwick v. Samuel Abbot
February Term, 1824Bank of America v. John O'Fallon
June Term, 1824John Baptise Guadaire v. John Baptise Carron
June Term, 1824President and Directors of the Bank of Missouri FBO John O'Fallon v. William Rector
June Term, 1824State of Missouri v. James Young
January, 1825Harriet Parmely, Administrator of the Estate of Sylvanus Parmely v. Isaac W. White
March Term, 1825State of Missouri v. Howell Powell
June, 1825Jesse G. Lindell v. Bank of Missouri
July Term, 1825Winny v. Rufus Pettibone et al
July Term, 1825Melinda v. Rufus Pettibone
July Term, 1825Marguerite v. Pierre Chouteau Sr.
July Term, 1825William Clark v. William Christman
July Term, 1825Harry, a boy of color, by and through his next friend, Alexander Clark v. Rufus Pettibonne, et al.
July Term, 1825Winnetta v. Ephrain Musick
July Term, 1825Lorinda v. Rufus Pettibone et. al.
August, 1825Molly, a free woman of color v. Charles Mullikin, John Mullikin
November Term, 1825Winny et al v. Pettibone et al
December, 1825Israel/Israil, a man of color v. William Rector, Issac Luther
December, 1825Dorinda, a free woman of Colour v. John Simonds, Jr.
January, 1826Meriwether Lewis & William C. Carr
March Term, 1826Francois LaGrange v. Bernard Pratt, Pierre Chouteau Jr.,John P. Cabanne, Bartholomew Berthold, B. Pratt & Co.
March Term, 1826Bank of Missouri v. William Clark
May, 1826State of Missouri v. John Walker, Pierre Chouteau, Bernard Pratt, Alexis Amelin
July Term, 1826Joseph Jefferson, a free man of Colour v. James McKnight, William McCutcheon
July Term, 1826Betsy Hagan v. Philip Rocheblave
July Term, 1826Jenny v. Robert Musick
July Term, 1826Jerry v. Charles Hatton
November Term, 1826John Murry v. Louis Menard and Clayton Tiffin
November Term, 1826Jerry v. Charles Hatton
November Term, 1826Jenny, a free girl v. Robert Musick
November Term, 1826William Clark v. Augustus H. Evans
November Term, 1826William Clark v. Henry S. Geyer
March Term, 1827Polly Wilson v. Jacob Baum
March Term, 1827Peter, a free man of color v. James Walton, George Walton
March Term, 1827Bank of Missouri v. William Clark
July Term, 1827Theotiste alias Cathicthe v. Pierre Chouteau
July Term, 1827Milly v. Stephen Smith
July Term, 1827Harry Dick, a free negro man v. Stephen Smith
July Term, 1827William v. Stephen Smith
July Term, 1827David Shipman v. Stephen Smith
July Term, 1827Aspasie, a woman of color v. Francois Chouteau
July Term, 1827Mary, a woman of color v. Francois Menard, Andre Landreville
November Term, 1827Molly Rector v. John Bivens
November Term, 1827Elizabeth, a free girl of color v. Francois Menard, Andre Landreville
November Term, 1827Elizabeth, a free girl of color v. Francois Menard, Andre Landreville
November Term, 1827Virginia v. Francois Menard, Andre Landreville
November Term, 1827Virginia, a free girl of color v. Francois Menard, Andre Landreville
November Term, 1827Bank of Missouri v. William Clark
November Term, 1827John Singleton v. Alinander Scott, Robert Lewis
March Term, 1828Aspasia, a free woman of color v. Francois Chouteau, Pierre Menard
March Term, 1828Suzette alias Judith Bequette v. John Reynolds
July Term, 1828Angelique, a free woman of color v. John Reynolds
July Term, 1828Edmund v. John Reynolds,
July Term, 1828Dolly, a colored woman v. John Young
July Term, 1828John, a free boy of color v. John Reynolds
July Term, 1828George Relf v. Thompson H. Ficklin
November Term, 1828State of Missouri v. Claiborne, a slave the property of William Clark
November Term, 1828State of Missouri v. John, a slave the property of James Moore
November Term, 1828William Clark v. Nathan Walker
November Term, 1828Matilda, a free girl of color v. Marie Louisa Rocheblave and Philip Rocheblave
November Term, 1828Matilda, a free woman of color v. Charles St. Vrain
March Term, 1829Virginia v. Francis Menard
March Term, 1829Victoire, a free girl of color v. Francis Menard
March Term, 1829Mary v. Francois Menard and Andre Launccrville
March Term, 1829William Carshaw v. Isaac White
March Term, 1829Robert Simpson v. George F. Shrother
March Term, 1829William H. Pepper v. Isaac White
July Term, 1829John M. Collins, Lavinia Collins v. John F. Darby
July Term, 1829Milly, a woman of color v. Wiley Williams
July Term, 1829Peter, a slave v. James Walton
July Term, 1829Nicholas Jones v. John W. Honey, John H. Gay
July Term, 1829Carey Ewton v. Benjamin Wilder
July Term, 1829Vincent v. Jerry Duncan
August, 1829United States v. Joseph LaBarge
November Term, 1829State of Missouri v. Ben, a slave of William Clark
November Term, 1829Hezekiah C. Simmons, John Newman v. Pierre Labeaume
November Term, 1829Vincent Duncan v. James Duncan
November Term, 1829Maria Whiten v. Garland Rucker
November Term, 1829Patrick Henry v. Garland Rucker
November Term, 1829Jacob Philipson v. Meriwether Lewis
July Term, 1830State of Missouri v. Arthur L. Magenis
July Term, 1830State of Missouri v. Augustin Kennerly
July Term, 1830William Henry v. David G. Bates
July Term, 1830Joe, a black man v. Colman Duncan, James Duncan
July Term, 1830Ralph, a man of colour v. James Coleman and Duncan Coleman
November Term, 1830Hezekiah C. Simmons v. Charles D. St. Vrain
November, 1830Harriett Parmely, Administratrix of Sylvanus Parmely v. Isaac W. White
March Term, 1831Carey, a man of color v. Benjamin Wilder
March Term, 1831Julia v. Samuel M. Kinney
March Term, 1831Peter, a man of color v. James Walton
March Term, 1831Nelly Richards, a woman of colour v. William Sewel
March Term, 1831Dunky v. Andrew Hay
March Term, 1831William St. Clair v. William Girard, James Clare, William Clark, and John K. Walker
March Term, 1831Jonathan and Gilbert, men of color v. Coleman Duncan, Edward Tract, and Charles Wahrendorff
March Term, 1831William Clark v. David Shacklford
July Term, 1831Jack v. Charles Collins
July Term, 1831Jane, a woman of color v. William Dallum
July Term, 1831Hiram Nicholson v. Jefferson Blackwell and John Gant
July Term, 1831Mariguette v. Samuel W. McKinney
July Term, 1831Isaac Steward and Willis Stewart v. William Clark
November Term, 1831Margaret v. George Brown, William Dallam
November Term, 1831Sally v. William Dallam
November Term, 1831Henry v. William Dallam
November Term, 1831Anna, a woman of color v. Thomas Higginbotham
November Term, 1831Louisa v. Sanford Calvert
November Term, 1831James Talbot, a man of colour v. Delford Benton, James C. Music, and Prudence Music
November Term, 1831American Fur Company v. Antoine Valliant
March Term, 1832Tenor Washington v. John Scott, Henry Scott, Jeremiah Johnson
March Term, 1832John v. William Campbell
March Term, 1832Thenia, otherwise called Sarah, a woman of color v. Green Crowder
March Term, 1832Vivia, a woman of color v. Martin Mitchel, Henry G. Mitchel, Henry C. R.
March Term, 1832Charlotte, a colored girl v. Green Crowder
March Term, 1832Coleman Duncan v. Jonathan Duncan
March, 1832Richard J. Wilkinson v. Isaac White
July Term, 1832Matilda, a woman of color v. Elijah Mitchel
July Term, 1832Anson, a boy of color v. Elijah Mitchel
July Term, 1832Marianne, a person of color v. Elijah Mitchell, Alexander J. Fields
July Term, 1832Anson and Michael, persons of color, by and through their next friend, William Clark v. Elijah Mitchel
July Term, 1832Sam, a person of color v. Elijah Mitchel and Alexander P. Fields
July Term, 1832Nathan Cole, a person of color v. Elijah Mitchel
July Term, 1832Matilda, a person of color v. Henry G. Mitchel and Henry C. Russell
July Term, 1832Michael, a boy of color v. Henry G. Mitchel and Henry C. Russel
July Term, 1832Anson, a boy of color v. Henry G. Mitchel and Henry C. Russel
July Term, 1832Susan, a girl of color v. Lemon Parker
July Term, 1832Susan v. Simon Parker
July Term, 1832Anson, an infant of color, by and through his next friend, William Clark v. Henry G. Mitchel and Henry C.
November Term, 1832Mahala, a free woman of colo v. Martin Mitchell
November Term, 1832Tenor Washington v. Henry Scott and John Emerson
November Term, 1832Jack Barton v. William Glasgow
November Term, 1832Leah, a woman of color v. Arthur Mitchel
November, 1832William Gordon v. Milton Sublette, et al.
November, 1832John B.D. Valois and Pierre N. Leclere v. John P. Cabbane, et al.
November, 1832John Filion v. Pierre Chouteau, Jr.
November, 1832 Frederick Laboue v. Pierre Chouteau Jr.
March Term, 1833Joseph Cunningham, Administrator for the Estate of David Cunningham v. William Sublette
March Term, 1833William Hanna v. William Sublette
March Term, 1833John Gaither v. William Sublette
March, 1833Bernard G. Farrar v. John Newman
July Term, 1833Harriet, an infant v. Samuel T. McKenney
July Term, 1833Milly v. Wiley Williams
July Term, 1833Harriet v. Samuel T. McKinny
July Term, 1833James Wilkinson v. Aaron Young
July Term, 1833Ralph Gordon, a man of color v. Robert Duncan and James Duncan
July Term, 1833John Bowli v. Charles Walker, William McGulcher, and Samuel Black
November Term, 1833Marcelline, Adolphe, and Maria, infants v. Marie P. Ladue
November Term, 1833Louise Vincent, a woman of color v. Marie P. Ladue
November Term, 1833Marcelline Vincent, an infant, by and through his next friend, Charles D. St. Vrain v. Marie P. Leduc
Novemeber Term, 1833William Clark v. Louis Labeaume
March Term, 1834Thomas L. Smith v. Pierre Chouteau Jr.
April Term, 1834William Clark v. John Roach
July Term, 1834Reuben, a man of color v. William Morrisson
July Term, 1834Nelson Kerr, a man of color v. Matthew Kerr
July Term, 1834Andrew Dutton, a boy of color, by and through his next friend, Grace Dutton v. John Paca
July Term, 1834Abraham Dutton, a boy of color, by and through his next friend, Grace Dutton v. John PAca
July Term, 1834Lemman Dutton, a girl of color, by and through her next friend, Grace Dutton v. John Paca
July Term, 1834Henry, a man of color v. William Morrison
November Term, 1834Mary Ann, alias Julia, an infant of color, by and through her next friend, James Loper v. Robert Duncan
November Term, 1834Rachel v. William Walker
November Term, 1834James Henry v. William Walker
March Term, 1835Judy alias Julia Logan, a woman of color v. Berry Meachum, a man of color
March Term, 1835Hetty, a woman of color v. Arthur L. Magenis
March Term, 1835Eliza Taylor, a woman of color, v. Nelson Campbell
March Term, 1835Lewis, a man of color v. James Newton and Jacob Cooper
March Term, 1835Nancyy Ligan, a woman of color v. Daniel Ligan and William Myers
April Term, 1835Daniel Wilson v. Robert Cohen
May, 1835Mary Farnham v. Samuel D. Walker
July Term, 1835Ludwell E. Powell v. Antoine La Marche
July Term, 1835Sally McClain, a woman of color v. Robert Cohen
July Term, 1835Mary Johnson alias Bevinue, a woman of color, v. Michael Menard
July Term, 1835Paul Alland Augusto, an infant of color, by his next friend, Benjamin Lawhead v. Bazil Alland and Arend Rutgers
July Term, 1835Sally v. Henry Chouteau
July Term, 1835Ludwell E. Powell v. Antoine Lamarche
July Term, 1835Alexander Scott, William K. Rule v. Charles Bent
July Term, 1835Alexander Scott, William K. Rule v. Charles Bent
July Term, 1835John R. White v. Milton Sublette
July Term, 1835Mary Ann Steel v. Curtis Skinner
July Term, 1835Mary Ann Steel v. William Walker
November Term, 1835Francisco Corella v. Benjamin L.E. Bonneville, Joseph Powell, Peter Powell
November Term, 1835James Adams v. Benjamin L.E. Bonneville, Joseph Powell, Peter Powell
November Term, 1835Agnis, alias Agathe, v. Pierre Menard
November Term, 1835Michael Edwards v. J.J. Birdsong
November Term, 1835Josephine LaCourse v. Edward P. Mitchell
November Term, 1835Enos Burdno v. Benjamin Bonneville
November Term, 1835Enos Bardino v. Thomas Smith
November Term, 1835Alexander Guianrd v. Pierre Chouteau Junior
November Term, 1835John N. Lavillebeuvre and William D. Walton v. Peter Powell and Joseph Powell
November Term, 1835Milly, a woman of color, v. James Duncan
March Term, 1836Courtney, a woman of color v. Samuel S. Rayburn
March Term, 1836Ben, a man of color v. Thomas I. White and William D. Woods
July Term, 1836Green Berry Logan, an infant of color, by and through his next friend, Judy, alias Julia Logan v. Berry Meachum
July Term, 1836Julia, alias Mary Ann, and infant, by and through her next friend, Phillis v. Robert Duncan and Sally Adams
July Term, 1836Daniel Wilson, a man of colour, v. Edmund Millard
November Term, 1836Phillis, alias Susan, a free woman of color, v. Reddin B. Herring
November Term, 1836Delph v. Stephen Dorris
January Term, 1837James v. Charles Haskin
January Term, 1837Louis Scott, a man of colour v. William Burd
January Term, 1837Diana Cephas, a woman of color v. James Scott
January Term, 1837Aspian, a woman of color v. Barry Meachum
January Term, 1837Judy, a woman of color v. Barry Meachum
January Term, 1837Celeste, a woman of color v. LaForce Papin
January Term, 1837Celeste, a minor, by and through her next friend, Judy v. William Sullivan
January Term, 1837Andrew, a boy of color, by and through his next friend, Judy v. John B. Sarpy
April Term, 1837William Clark v. Thomas S. Tucker
June Term, 1837William Stubs, a man of color v. William Bard
July Term, 1837Louis Stubbs, a man of color v. William Burd
July Term, 1837Jack, a man of color v. Absalom Link
July Term, 1837Aspasia v. Hardage Lane
November Term, 1837Nancy Stubbs v. William Burd
November Term, 1837Phebe Stubbs v. William Burd
November Term, 1837Robert Stubbs v. William Burd
June Term, 1838Rebecca, a colored girl, by and through her next friend, Harris v. Louis Mattock and James Black
October, 1838Henry Atkinson v. George R.H. Clark, Executor of the Estate of William Preston Clark
November Term, 1838Samuel Stokes, a man of color v. John Finney and William Finney
March Term, 1839Ann Davis, a colored woman v. James T. Symington
July, 1839Lewis, a boy of color, by and through his next friend, Celeste v. John Stacker
July Term, 1839Celeste, a woman of color v. Alexander Papin
July Term, 1839Aspasia, a woman of color v. Hardage Lane
July Term, 1839Andrew, by and through his next friend, Celeste v. Peter Sarpy
July Term, 1839Charles Endicott v. Benjamin Class
October Term, 1839Eliza Briscoe v. William Anderson
October Term, 1839Polly Wash, a woman of color v. Joseph M. Magehen
October Term, 1839Sydney, a woman of color v. George Hacker
July Term, 1840Charles, a man of color v. Peter Verhager
September Term, 1840Brunetta Barnes, by and through her next friend, Peter Charleville v. Barry Meachum
November, 1840Brunetta Barnes, an infant of color, by and through her next friend, Peter Charleville v. John Berry Meachum
November Term, 1840Josiah Cephas, a colored boy, by and through his next friend, Diana Cephas v. James Scott and Murray McConnell
Novermber Term, 1840Pierre v. Therese Cerre Chouteau
November Term, 1840Diana Cephas, a woman of color v. James Scott
November Term, 1840Brunetta Barnes, a person of colour v. John Berry Meachum
November Term, 1840Archibald Barnes, an infant, by and through his next friend, Peter Charleville v. Jon Berry Meachum
November Term, 1840Archibald Barnes, an infant of color, by and through his next friend, Peter Charleville v. John Berry Meachum
March Term, 1841Alsey v. William Randolph
March Term, 1841Richard Thompson, a man of colour v. James E. Blount and Leakin Baker
March Term, 1841Charles, a man of color v. Belina Christy and Melanie Christy
March Term, 1841James Talbot v. Delford Benton
March Term, 1841Charles, a man of color, v. Belina Christy
July Term, 1841Squire Brown, a man of color v. William C. Anderson
August Term, 1841Charles, a man of color v. Perter Verhagen
September Term, 1841Mary Robertson v. Ringrose Watson
November Term, 1841Jonathan, a man of color v. Marshall Brotherton, Joel Darrah, and Aza Willoughby
November Term, 1841Preston and Others v. George W. Coons, Administrator of the Estate of Milton Duty, et al.
November, 1841Peter (a man of color) v. John Richardson
April, 1842Musa Benable Gazen v. John H. Sparr, George Charles, Samual Hobart, and George H.C. Mellody
April Term, 1842Vica, a woman of color, by and through her next friend, Chesley Evans v. Samuel Hobart
April Term, 1842Thadeus Alonzo, a boy of color v. John H. Sparr, Samuel Hobart, and George H.C. Mellody
April, 1842Mary, a colored woman v. James Dougherty, Richmond J. Curle
July Term, 1842Jinny Jackson v. James Frasier
July Term, 1842Smith, a person of color, v. James O. Fraser
July Term, 1842William Henry, a person of color, v. James O. Fraser
July Term, 1842Margarett Jackson, a woman of color, v. James O. Fraser
July Term, 1842Sally alias Sarah Jackson, a person of color, v. James O. Fraser
July Term, 1842Ann Maria, a person of color, v. James O. Fraser
July Term, 1842Henry Jackson, a person of color, v. James O. Fraser
November Term, 1842Pierre, a man of color v. Gabrial Chouteau
March Term, 1843Thomas Jefferson v. Milton W. Hopkins
April Term, 1843Rebecca, a negro woman v. James Black, Thomas Horine, and George Mellody
November Term 1843Squire Brown, a man of color v. Charles Anderson
November Term, 1843Mary Charlotte, a woman of color v. Gabriel S. Chouteau
November Term, 1843Michel Paul, a man of color v. Gabriel Paul
November Term, 1843Catherine, Felix, William, and Minta, persons of color v. Thomas Hundley, D. Pattison, and William Russell
January Term, 1844Squire Brown, a person of colour v. Charles R. Anderson
January Term, 1844Andrian Paschall, a man of color v. Richard Ulrici
April, 1844Mary Ann Speaks v. James Luisenburry and John Jameson
April Term, 1844Louis Chouteau v. Gabriel S. Chouteau
April Term, 1844Anderson Steward, a colored man v. John M. Jamison
April Term, 1844Ann, a woman of color v. John M. Jamison
April Term, 1844Hannah, a woman of color v. John Pitcher
April Term, 1844Mary Ann Speaks v. John M. Jameson and James Quisenberry
April Term, 1844Samuel, a man of color v. John Howdershell
June, 1844Nathaniel, a man of color v. George W. Coons
May Term, 1844Celestine, a person of color v. Julia Dumont
October Term, 1844Mary, a negro woman v. James Jr.
November Term, 1844Jesse, a man of color v. George W. Coons
November Term, 1844Amy Moore v. Robert M. Moore
November, 1844Jim Brown, by and through his next friend, Jenny Brown v. William Head
November, 1844Mary Brown, by and through her next friend, Jenny Brown v. William Head
November, 1844Stephen Brown, by and through his next friend, Jenny Brown v. William Head
November Term, 1844Martha Drucilla v. Richmond Curle
November Term, 1844James, a person of color v. Hiram Cordell
November Term, 1844Martha Ann, a woman of colour v. Hiram Cordell
November Term, 1844Hannah, a mulatto woman v. John Pitcher
November Term, 1844Lucy Ann Britton v. David D. Mitchell
November Term, 1844Preston, a man of color v. George W. Coons
November Term, 1844Ann, a woman of color v. William Wilson
November Term, 1844Cloe Ann Smith, a woman of color v. Franklin Knox
November Term, 1844Jenny (Jane) Brown v. Francis Steigers
November Term, 1844Rachel Steele, a coloured woman v. Thomas Taylor
December, 1844Thomas Jefferson, a man of color v. Milton W. Hopkins, Doctor Samuel Prosser, and Charles Dexter
April Term, 1845Elsa Hicks, a mulatto girl v. S. Burrell and James Mitchell
April Term, 1845Michael Paul v. Gabriel Paul
April Term, 1845In the Matter of Jesse, a man of color
November Term, 1845Sarah, a colored woman v. William Waddingham
November Term, 1845Thomas Jefferson, a man of color v. George A. Calton and Jonathan B. Moulton
November Term, 1845Malinda Duty, a woman of colour v. George W. Coons
November Term, 1845Jane M. Cray, a mulatto woman v. William R. Hopkins, et al.
December Term, 1845Caroline Bascom, a mulatto girl v. John Ferguson
November Term, 1846Gabriel, a man of color v. Andrew Christy and Mary Coons
November Term, 1846Gabriel, a man of color v. Michael Wiles
November Term, 1846Harriet (of color) v. Irene EmersonDred Scott v. Irene Emerson
November Term, 1846Missouri Littleton, a person of colour v. William Littleton
October, 1847Jordan Duty v. Johon F. Darly
October, 1847Elsa Hicks, a mulatto girl v. Patrick J. McSherry
November Term, 1847Dred Scott v. Alexander Sandford, Samuel Russell, and Irene Emmerson
Harriet, a woman of color v. Alexander Sandford, Samuel Russell, and Irene Emmerson
November, 1847Nelly Duty v. John F. Darly
December, 1847Harriet of color v. Irene Emerson
March Term, 1848Irene Emerson v. Dred Scott (of color)Irene Emerson v. Harriet (of color)
April Term, 1848Nancy, a dark mulatto woman v. Enoch Steen and Ann Page
April Term, 1848Jane Cotton
April Term, 1848Peggy Perryman, a woman of color v. Joseph Phillippi (Philibert)
October, 1848Alfred Taylor, a man of color v. Cornelius Van Houten
November, 1848Thomas Scott, a man of color v. James Harrison
April Term, 1849Harriet Scott v. Irene Emerson
April Term, 1849David McFoy, a person of color v. William Brown
October, 1849Harry Duty v. John F. Darly
October Term, 1849Caroline Duty v. John F. Darley
October Term, 1849Mary Duty v. John F. Darly
November Term, 1849Lucina Duty v. John F. Darley
November, 1849Preston Duty v. John F. Darly
April, 1850Patsy Curd v. William H. Barksdale
April Term, 1850Ellen Duty v. John F. Darly
April Term, 1851Mary, a woman of color, for herself and her chilccrn, Samuel, and Edward v. Launcelot H. Calvert
November Term, 1851Samuel, an infant, by and through his next friend, Marcy T. Andrews v. Barnard Lynch
April Term, 1852Henry Lohre, a man of color v. Gayus (Gaius) Duty
April Term, 1852Laura, a woman of colour v. Henry B. Belt
April Term, 1852Dred and Harriet Scott Bond Documents
October Term, 1852; March Term, 1852Dred Scott v. Irene Emerson
November Term, 1852George Johnson, a man of color v. Henry Moore
November Term, 1852George Johnson v. Reubem Bartlett
November Term, 1853Thornton Kinney v. John F. Hatcher and Charles C. Bridges
November Term, 1853Hester Williams, Priscilla Williams, and Mary Ella Williams, by and through their next friend, Jordan M. Early v. Frederick Norcum, et al.
April Term, 1854Mount St. Mary's College to the use of Louisa Mahoney, a woman of color v. Francis B. Jameson and Edmund H. McCabe
November Term, 1854Samuel Slaughter
April Term, 1855Mary Davis v. Samuel B. Bellis
April Term, 1855Mary Robinson, alias Robertson, a woman of colour v. Ringrose D. Watson
December Term, 1855; December Term, 1856Dred Scott v. John F.A. Sandford
September Term, 1859Richard Clinton v. John Blackburn et. al.
September Term, 1859Louisa Lewis and George Lewis v. Henry N. Hart
February Term, 1860Isham Shaw v. Augustus H. Evans
February Term, 1860Julia Ann Shaw v. Augustus H. Evans