JOHNSTON v. BEARDEN

No. 9381.

127 So.2d 319 (1961)

E. R. JOHNSTON, Administrator, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Mrs. Florence J. BEARDEN et al., Defendants-Appellees.

Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Second Circuit.

Rehearing Denied March 10, 1961.

Certiorari Denied April 24, 1961.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Dhu and Lea S. Thompson, Monroe, Waltman & Napper, Ruston, for appellants.

Barham, Wright & Barham, Ruston, Rabun & Dawkins, Farmerville, for appellees.

Before HARDY, AYRES, and BOLIN, JJ.


AYRES, Judge.

This is an action to annul and erase from the conveyance records, as null and void, two deeds wherein Mrs. Stella King Johnston purportedly conveyed to her daughter, Mrs. Florence Johnston Bearden, a tract of land comprising 220 acres, for a recited consideration of $3,300, and an undivided ½ interest in and to another tract of 100 acres for a recited consideration of $750. Both are purported to be cash transactions.

Mrs. Johnston's children...

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