Glenn v. Johnson
APPEAL from the District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
Glenn and another, assignees in bankruptcy of George Johnson, who, in 1868, in proceedings instituted on his own petition, had been declared a bankrupt by the District Court of Georgia, filed a bill in the court below against the said George, his wife, and a certain Flynn, trustee of the wife, to reach certain real property situated in the city of Atlanta, standing in the name of Flynn, as such trustee, and to subject it to the payment of his debts.
The court below dismissed the bill, and the assignees of the bankrupt took this appeal.
Messrs. E. N. Broyles and R. Arnold, for the appellants; no opposing counsel.
Mr. Justice FIELD stated the facts of the case, and delivered the opinion of the court, as follows: