Excerpt from Reports of Cases Decided in the Appellate Courts of the State of Illinois, Vol. 68: At the October Term, 1896, of the First District, and the May and December Terms, 1896, of the Second District
The appellees, Haskin as owner Of a note for made' by one Powers, and Samson as trustee in a trust deed made by Powers to secure said note, united in a bill to foreclose said trust deed. The trust deed was subject to a prior one upon the same premises, for and the premises were what are known as the Chautauqua Flats.
George W. Brown, as trustee in a subsequent trust deed, made by said Becker to secure his note for dated October 9, 1895, and payable Sixty days after date, and the appellee Mary A. Nash, who was the holder of said note, were among the defendants to the bill, as was also the ap pellant William A. Paulsen.
Said Mary A. Nash answered and set up that She was interested in the premises by being the legal holder and owner Of said note, and asked to have the amount due thereon included in the decree Of sale. She also filed her cross-bill to foreclose the trust deed from Becker to Brown, which Was given to secure said note, and alleged that said W. A. Paulsen had, in part consideration Of the conveyance to him Of the premises, assumed and agreed to pay said note, and prayed, among other things, that Becker and Paulsen be decreed to pay to her whatever sum might be found to be due on the note.
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