Smith v. Croom, 1857
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This case is about slaves or slavery.

Year: 1857
Citation: 7 Fla. 81
Jurisdiction: Supreme Court of FL
Short Summary: Legislative authority of the state of FL to enforce a will in establishing domcile. A person's ownership of slaves or other property in Florida does not establish domicile there if the person's family or domestic responsabilities are in another state
Law type: Establishing Domicile in the State of FL
Full name: Henrietta Smith, in her own right and as Administratrix of William Henry Croom, Henrietta Mary Croom and Justina Croom, and Elizabeth M. Armistead, Appellants, vs. Bryan Croom, in his own right and as Adm’r. of Hardy B. Croom, dec’d., and others, Appellees
Court: Florida Supreme Court

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