Duncan research files of
1830 Stafford Co. VA Census
Pg.40 Elizath. Dinkins 0 - 0000,01
1810-1860 Stafford Co. VA Census
No Duncan indexed
1870 Stafford Co. VA Census
Pg.26, #371-373, DUNCAN, Denis (m) 46 VA BLACK farm laborer $0-$0
DUNCAN, Sophy (f) 42 VA BLACK keeps house
Emma 17 VA BLACK at home
Dennis (m) 3 VA BLACK (spelling as given)
Henry 8/12 VA BLACK b.Feb.
Pg.51-52, #15-16, LUCAS, C.H. (m) 45 VA MULATTO farmer $0-$100
Harriett A. 44 VA BLACK keeps house
Joseph H. 14 LA "Louisiana" MULATTO at home
DUNCAN, Bettie 80 VA BLACK no employment
BRUCE, Bettie 12 VA BLACK
Stafford Co. VA Deed and Will Book Grantor Index (FHL film 33,940; negative film, very faint ink)
Duncan, Thos., W-M 356, 1746
Duncan, Chas. to Brooke, 7a, AA-49, 1809
Duncan, Ann, 18-1/2a, NN-47
Duncan, Chas. Est. to Stafford Co. Poor House, O-456, 1846 (not looked at)
Next deed 1873
Stafford Co. VA Deed & Will Books
1699-1709 (FHL film 33,944)
Z-171: Will of Joyce Picket, sick in body; give to Joyce Ellis 1 half crown ... I give and bequeath all my estate real and personal to Thomas Duncom my son except 1 book ... I give to Jno Jones a book called the Everlasting Rest ... I appoint Thomas Duncomb my lawful Exer. (no date). Wit. Roger Hogg, Edwd. Lattemore, Jos. Shuttleworth. /s/ Joyce (X) Pickett. The above said will as on 12th day of May 1753 (sic) proved in open court by oath of the witnesses. (will before this one proved May 1703, below April 1703)
1729-1748 (FHL film 33,944)
M-356: Will of Thomas Duncum, 20 March 1742, of St. Paul's Parish, Stafford Co., sick and weak; to my loving son Benjamin Duncum my dwelling plantation and all the land belonging thereunto. /s/ Thomas (|) Duncum. Wit. John (III) Cameron, Mildred (@) Duncum, Joseph Peach. Memorandum - Item: I give to my daughter Elizabeth one cow & calf; I bequeath to my daughter Joyce one cow & calf; to my grandson Thomas Duncum one young mare when he reaches 21 years. Proved 12 April 1743 by Benjamin Duncomb; Benjamin posted bond with Nathaniel Grey security, appointed admr.
1748-1767 (FHL film 33,945)
O-256: 6 July 1753, will of Benj. Duncom, land where I live to my friend Richard Bernard in trust to give to John Partridge the natural son of Sarah Partridge; if John dies without heirs, to go to William Partridge, another son of Sarah, or if he dies, the child Sarah now goes with; to nephew Thomas Duncom the gun that was his fathers, remainder also in trust to my friend Richard Bernard to be equally divided between Sarah and her children. Exec. Sarah Partridge. Wit. William Moss, Jessee Moss, And. McKenzy, Thomas Rickels. Prob. 11 Sept. 1753.
Stafford Co. VA Deed & Will Books
AA-49: (no day) Nov. 1809, Charles S. Carter admr. of will of William Taylor decd of Co. of Stafford, Elizabeth Ford executrix of James Ford deceased who was one of the acting and qualified execs. of William Taylor decd., to Charles Duncan of Fauquier Co.; Wm. Taylor by will dated 23 July 1789 and now recorded in Stafford Co. ... after the death of his wife Mrs. Hannah Taylor ... all lands except that part willed to Mrs. Elizabeth Ford should be sold, ... Charles Duncan was highest bidder at sale 11 Aug. 1809 at Stafford Court House, £400; William Taylor and James Ford were the only qualified executors, William Taylor died without executing deed to Charles Duncan; Charles L/S Carter admr. debonis non with the will of William Taylor annexed and Elizabeth Ford exec. of James Ford decd, land to Charles Duncan in Stafford Co., 500 acres. Wit. Zachr. Vowles, Henry M. Lipscomb, Newman B. Barnes. (FHL film 33,948)
NN-47: 15 Aug. 1842, inventory of estate of Mrs. Ann Duncan, decd; included 7 negroes; sales to Alexr. Bell; Thomas C. Scott admr. (FHL film 33,950)
Stafford Co. VA Deeds (FHL film 33,950)
OO-458: 27 March 1848, B.H. Shackelford, admr. de bonis non of Charles Duncan, decd, of Fauquier Co. VA, to Wm. F. Moore, Edward Waller, George Strother, Burkett Bowen, Wm. T. Cropp and Wm. Barber, overseers of poor for Stafford Co., under the will of Charles Duncan, for $495, 500 acres land on waters of Beaver Dam now adj. lands of Misstress Payne, Finnel Ashby, and others, land on which said Charles Duncan formerly resided and directed in his will of record in Fauquier Co. 27 July 1818 to be sold by his exec. after the death of his wife, called Marbel Hill. Cert. by John Marr and William H. Gaines, J.P.
MAD: many Stafford Co. VA records have been abstracted and published by others.
Stafford Co. VA Deed Books (FHL film 33,948)
Deed Book S, 1780-1789 - no Chowning, McLane, Robert Duncan
Deed Book AA, 1809-1813 - have AA-49
Stafford Co. VA Index of Records, grantors, Vol.4, KA-MY (FHL film 33,941)
Looked for McLane - index too faint to read; quit.
Stafford Co. VA Index to wills, deeds, etc. (FHL film 33,940)
No Chowning, Brissee (looking for Robert Duncan)
"Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in VA - Augusta Co., Vol.I, II & III, 1745-1800" by Lyman Chalkley, c.1912-1913 (FHL book 975.5916 F2c Vol.2 and extracts from Evelyn Sigler 1981 with permission to share with others; copied because of Alexander family)
1745 all portion of VA west of Blue Ridge called Augusta; boundaries Northern Neck Grant, Maryland, Pennsylvania on North; Blue Ridge on East; Caroline line on South.
Vol.II, Circuit Court Causes Ended; reference to bundles of original papers and style of suit, or to the number of the order or record book in which original papers to be found.
Pg.237-8: John Sinclair vs. Alexander -- O.S. 324; N.S. 116 -- Bill, March, 1808. Gerrard Alexander, son of Robert Alexander, Sr., acquired 100 acres in now Jefferson County from John Harding, and on 11th November, 1752, obtained patent from Fairfax for 340 acres. And on 1st September, 1753, Gerrard obtained patent from Fairfax for 863 acres. Garrard obtained act of Assembly to dock entail upon him by his father of tract in Fairfax and to settle in lieu thereof the 863 acres. Gerrard died, testate, 9th August, 1760, eldest son Robert. Gerrard, Jr., in 1778 conveyed to Alexander Henderson, who conveyed to orator in 1796. Defendants are, viz: Gerrard Alexander, Ashton Alexander; Elizabeth Lee, wife of Thos. Lee, deceased; Griffin Stith and Mary, his wife; ---- Washington, Sarah, his wife; Jane and Sidney Alexander, children and representatives of Gerrard Alexander, deceased, who was son of Gerrard Alexander. Will of Robert Alexander dated 28th April, 1735, of Stafford County. Wife, Anne; daughter, Ann Hooe; son, John; daughter, Parthenia Massie; son, Gerrard, island in Prince William called Hornes (Holmes's); daughter, Sarah Alexander, under 16, land adjoining Parthenia Massey. Test, Richard Todd, Jethro and Sarah Bunsplatt. Proved in Stafford County, 13th April, 1736. Act docking entail, 8th December, 1763. Signed by John Randolph, C.H. B(urgesses), John Robinson, speaker; Robt. Dinwiddie. Special verdict says Gerard died September, 1761, leaving heir-at-law Robert Alexander, who died, testate, will dated 9th January, 1793. Will of Robert Alexander of Fairfax. Wife, Margamme (Maryamne); sons, Robert, Walter. Land devised to testator by his brother George, who was entitled to land for services in Revolution. Lot near Georgetown that came by his wife. Sister Anne's children. Dated 9th January, 1793. Codicil, brother George had a child by Mary Robinson, who is poor and unprovided for. Dated 28th January, 1793. Recorded in Fairfax, 18th February, 1793. Special verdict says Robert died 10th January, 1793. Gerrard Alexander's will is dated 9th August, 1760. Will of Gerrard Alexander of Fairfax dated 9th August, 1760. Wife, Mary; sons, Robert, Philip, George, Gerrard; daughters, Nancy, Mary Anne. Recorded in Fairfax, 16th September, 1761.
"The Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia: 1745 to 1800" by Lyman Chalkley is available online at https://sites.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/
Fauquier Co. VA Deeds
1-467: 21 Dec. 1762, Rice Duncan of County of Fauquier, to Anne Hooe, Sarah Hooe and Susanna Hooe of Stafford Co., for 5 shillings, Anne, Sarah and Susanna daus of John Hooe, 189 acres, granted by deed for proprietor's office to Rice Duncan 17 Feb. 1743, lease. /s/ Rice "R" (his mark) Duncan. Wit. Thos. McClanaham, Wm. McClanaham. (FHL film 31,583)
1-469: 22 Dec. 1762, Rice "R" (his mark) Duncan of Fauquier Co., VA, to same, for £40, 189 acres, free and clear from all ... dower rights, etc., above land. Wit. Thomas McClanaham, William McClanaham, Francis (X) Selt, William Marshall. (FHL film 31,583)
9-97: 4 Feb. 1786, John Hedgeman and wife Catherine of Stafford Co., John Hardy of the same co. trustee of said Hedgman, and Charles Duncan of Fauquier Co., refer to deed of trust 14 Feb. 1785, recorded in Stafford Co., appoint John Hardy to dispose of land for payment of his debts, sell to Charles Duncan for £130.10, 87 acres corner Pierce Bailey and Charles Duncan, of Fletchers branch, Tinpot run. Wit. Thomas Mountjoy, John Miller, James Hackley. (FHL film 31,586)
9-99: 4 Feb. 1786, same to James Hardy. Wit. Thomas Mountjoy, John Miller, Charles Duncan. (FHL film 31,586)
Fauquier Co. VA Will Book (FHL film 31,568)
7-183: Charles Duncan of Fauquier Co.; my seven daus Priscilla Bowmen, Peggy Reads, Ann Carter, Mary Dulaney, Elizabeth Starke, Lucinda Starke, and Jennett Threlkeld; 4 sons Edmund Duncan, Gavin Duncan, Traverse Duncan and Dillard Duncan cash; my dau. Mariah Duncan 4 negros, bed, etc.; my wife Anne during her life only (underlined) land in Stafford Co., 500a land whereon her deceased father formerly lived; wife Anne the place whereon I now reside; sell the farm (also my farm in Stafford Co.); divide residue son-in-law James Starke in trust for use and benefit only of my dau. Priscilla Bowmer and her children, my daus. Peggy Read, Ann Carter, my friend Alexander D. Helby and his heirs in trust for use and benefit only of my daughters Mary Dulany and her children, my daughter Elizabeth Starke, Lucinda Stark, Jeminah Threlkeld, Maria Duncan and my sons Edmund Duncan, Gavin Duncan, Traverse Duncan, Dillard Duncan. Exec. friend Alexander D. ?Kelly and my son Gavin Duncan. 15 Feb. 1818, /s/ Charles Duncan. Wit. James M. Bowen, John McCormick, Daniel Marr. Proved 27 July 1818.
King George Co. VA Will (FHL film 32,058)
1-371: Will of Howson Hooe, of Saint Paul Parish, Stafford Co., 16 Dec. 1773. wife Anne Frances land I purchased of Robert Hughes and land I purchased of George Brent on Sequia? run during life; then my son Bernard; wife Anne Frances and son William land I now live on together with lands I purchased of William Colebough to be equally divided, then to son William; son Bernard; son Howson; have already given sons Howson, John, Harris, Bernard and William Hooe; remainder equally to my five sons Howson, John, Harris, Bernard and William. Exec. sons Howson, John, Harris, Bernard and William. Wit. Robert? Longfellow?, William? Kelley?, ? McKentosh, Alex. Stone. 7 May 1777: wit. John? Burton, Warthenson? (x) Burton. Codicil 7 May 1777. son William entitled to all slaves ...; and my will further is that if my son William should die during my life by which account the lands slaves and other estate devised and bequeathed to him by my said will might be construed a lapsed legacy and the children and family of my son William would receive no benefit now my will and desire is that my granddaughters Anne Frances and Elizabeth and their heirs be entitled to the lands slaves and other estate devised and bequeathed to my son William ... in the contingency aforesaid the wife of my son William shall be entitled to dower in the said lands ... Wit. Alexr. Row (Rose?), Thomas Grant, John Horton?, Wharternon? (x) Burton. Produced in court 4 Jan. 1781 by William Hooe, Gent., exec.
King George Co. VA Deed (FHL film 32,060)
2-2: 4 May 1735, James Brissee and wife Elinor (x), Richard (RE) Elkins and wife Mary (x), and Robert (RD) Duncan and wife Ann (x), daughters and heirs of Robert Gallop late of King George Co., decd, to George Famos, for 5 shillings (sic), part of a certain tract of land 250 acres on Deep Run joining out of Rappahannock River including the fork of the sd. run in the County of Richmond formerly but now King George County, ... (blotted) father of the sd. Elinor, Mary and Ann, grant 24? Feb. 1714/5?. Wit. H.C.? Battaley, Anth. Hayney, John Ambros. Rec. 6 Feb. 1735; all grantors in court. (edge of page torn and outer corners missing)
Northern Neck (VA) Land Grants, Richmond Co. (FHL film 29,509)
5-81: 27 July 1715, Grant to Robert Duncan ... "whereas Robert Duncan of Stafford County upon his suggestion of a certain quantity of land belonging to me (Catherine Lady Fairfax) in Richmond County which is not yet granted did on the twenty-sixth day of April 1715 obtain a warrt. from my office for laying out the same and having now returned a survey thereof under the hand of Capt. Edward Barrow, Surveyr.," in consideration of the composition to me paid and the annual rent hereafter received ... 258 acres of land ... in Hannover parish in the County of Richmond bounded upon Rappahannock river and some low grounds surveyd. for the Honble. Robert Carter Esqr. ... beginning at two red oaks standing by Summerduck run, thence over sd. run south 45 degrees west 4 poles to a red oak saplin, thence south 10 degrees east 31 poles to a red oak, thence south 42 degrees west 78 poles to a stake near a white oak stump, thence south 8 degrees east 278 poles to a stake by a white oak, thence south 42 degrees west 72 poles to two white oak saplins, thence south 16 degrees west 58 poles to a live oak on Rappahannock river side, thence north 86 degrees east 64 poles to a Spanish oak on Rappahanock river corner to Col? Carters land, thence along his line north 22 degrees east 20 poles to a red oak, north 87 degrees east 86 poles, thence north 60 degrees east 94 poles to a white oak by the lower side of Summerduck run, thence north 45 degrees west 52 poles to a red oak, thence north 7 degrees east 17-1/2 poles, thence north 35? degrees east 52 poles to a white oak, thence north 13 degrees east 44 poles to a white oak, thence north 76 degrees west 76 poles to two red oak saplins, thence north 40 poles to a red oak, thence north 50 degrees west 16 poles to a white oak in the low grounds by Summerduck run, thence north 4 degrees west 70 poles to a red oak on a steep point by an elbow of Summerduck run, thence up the sd. run its several courses to the beginning .... Given at my office in Westmorland County within my sd. proprietary ....
Northumberland Co. VA Record Book 1710-1713, State Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. (from Cindy McCachern 12/29/2010 by email with comment that Ann (Dunkin) Cornhill, wife of Dennis Cornhill, did not give a release for the deed and therefore may be deceased)
Pg.144/145: MARGIN: Cornhill Deed Released to Cralle.
This indenture made this Thirty First Day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & eleven. Between DENNIS CORNHILL late of the County of Westmoreland but now of the County of Stafford in the Colony of Virginia of the one part & JOHN CRALLE of the County of Northumberland of the other part. Thence that the said DENNIS CORNHILL for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings & start to him in hand payd before the ensealing & Delivery here of the received whereof the Sd. DENNIS CORNHILL Delivered hereby acknowledged & thereof Doth acquit & Discharge the Sd. Jno. Cralle his Exor. & Administrator by the Sd. Examine Hath given, granted, Bargained & Sold & by these presents Doth give, grant, bargain & sell unto the Sd. JNO. CRALLE his Exec. & Adm. & assigned that ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND be the same more or less situated also lying and being in the PARRISH OF ST STEPHENS & COUNTY OF NORTHUMBERLAND with Sd. Land in part of aforesaid land that was purchased by the Sd. DENNIS CORNHILL of one JOHN LEWIS & is bounded by the land of THO. SUDDEN & the land now of DANIEL BEACHAM & the land of THOS SUDDON & the land of JOS. DOAK & WM LYNTON the land of JNO. CRUMP & on another parcel of land belonging to the Sd. CRALLE and this and this Reversion & Reversion of Remainder & Remainders thereof together with a Rents & Serviced and any serviced Performed upon any Leased or Lessor after of the ______ or any part there of to have & to hold the aforesaid ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND be the same more or less with certain and singular viz rights his ______ & appurtanences herein mentioned unto the Sd. JNO. CRALLE his Exor. Egt. Adm. Egt. And assigns from the day of the Dated heretofore During the full End & term of six months from their Sd. He & L Enjudging & fully to be completed Ended to the End that by virtue of the Sd. presents & of the statute for transferring land into possession the Sd. JNO. CRALLE may be in the actual possession of the Sd. Enirsses & be their by Enable to take & accept of a grant & release of the land to him the Sd. JNO. CRALLE his heirs and assignes for Ever In wittnesth whereof of the parties to these (pg.145) & Rents In hand interchangeably Lett their hand and Seales the Day and Year first written above.
Sealed and Delivered in the presence of GEO. ESKRIDGE & HENRY NETHERTON, PATRICK SPENCE.
DENNIS (CD - his mark) CORNHILL Seal (Note: the C was also written backward)
Ded Jany 16, 1711
This deed of Lease was acknowledged in Northumberland County Court by CAPT. DANIEL MCCARTY Attorney of DENNIS CORNHILL unto CAPT. JNO. CRALLE alsoe CAPT. GEO. ESKRIDGE in court made oath that he did see & hear & see the Sd. DENNIS sign & Seal & as his act & Deed acknowledged & the same & the Sd. Deed is recorded.
Teste Thos. Hobson Ct.
Pg.145/146: MARGIN: Cornhill Deed Released to Cralle.
This indenture made this first day of Janey in the year of our lord ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED & ELEVEN between DENNIS CORNHILL late of the County of Westmoreland but now of the County of Stafford of the one part & JNO. CRALLE of the County of Northumberland of the other part. That whereas the aforesaid DENNIS CORNHILL by a certain indenture bearing date the last day of December the year aforesd for the consideration therein mentioned did grant bargain & sell unto the Sd. JNO. CRALLE all that ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND be the land more or less. Lying & being in the PARRISH OF ST STEPHENS & County of Northumberland. To witness Sd. land is part of aforesd tract of Land that is & was PURCHASED BY THE SD. DENNIS CORNHILL OF ONE JNO. LEWIS and bounded by the land of THO. SADDON, the land of DANL. BEACHAM, the land of JNO. LUTTRELL, the land of JOS. DOAK & WM LYNTON, the land of JNO. CRUMP, & on another tract of land belonging to the aforesd CRALLE & the reversion & Reversion, Remainder, & Remainders there of together with all Rents & Services Reserved on all or any Lease or Leases of the singular or any part or all there of the Sd. ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND to of all ______ right members & appurtenances & all here ______ thereto belonging or in any wise appertaining to be held by Sd. JNO. CRALLE his Exor. Adm. & assigns from the day of the date thereof until the full end & term of six months from thence next coming Should be fully completed al and ended to the end that the Sd. JNO. CRALLE by virtue thereof the Stated forbearance forcing us or into possession the Sd. JNO. CRALLE might be in the actual possession of the Sd. land & be enabled to be & accopl of a grant & release of ye Land to him the Sd. JNO. CRALLE his heirs & assigns for ever As by him Recorded, Indentured more fully & at large Doth appear now. This Indenture witnesseth that the said DENNIS CORNHILL for & in consideration of sixty pounds sterling & for Divers other good causes considerations their unto moveing Hath granted released & confirmed and by the Sd. Gents grant release & confirm unto the aforesd JNO. CRALLEY his heirs & assigns all the aforesd ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND which all is Right and membesity & appurtenance and every part release thereof. And all the Estate Right title Interest Claim & Domain whosoever of him the Sd. DENNIS CORNHILL of WC to the same to have & to hold the aforesd ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND with all the Rights members & appurtenances their to belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the Sd. JNO. CRALLE his heirs & assigns for ever To the only proper use on behalf of the said JNO. CRALLE his heirs & assigns for evermore And the Sd. DENNIS CORNHILL for himto go & his heirs aforesd ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND be the same more or less. & singular the appurtenances thereto belonging to the Sd. JNO. CRALLE & his heirs to the only proper use & behalf of the Sd. JNO. CRALLE his heirs unto assigns for ever agt. him the Sd. DENNIS CORNHILL his heirs or any other person or persons & agree to & which the Sd. JNO. CRALLE his heirs and assigns and every of them by the aforesd gents in manner & form following (that is to say) that he the Sd. DENNIS CORNHILL at the time of the Ensealing & Delivery of the Sd. hath full power good Right & lawfull authority to grant & convey the aforesd land & assigns unto the aforesd JNO. CRALLE his heirs & assigns in manner & that the Sd JOHN CRALLE his heirs & assigns to every of them. Shall & May by virtue of the Sd. agent at all _____ after possibly & Quietly have hold use occupy possess & enjoy the aforesd land & Emissos with all rights members & appurtenances without any lawfull lott suit denial Interuption Exclaimer or Disturbance of him the Sd. DENNIS CORNHILL his heirs & assigns or from any other person or persons whosoever and further the Sd. DENNIS CORNHILL for himself his heirs & Exors Adm. & assigns that he the said DENNIS CORNHILL & his heirs at anytime hereafter upon the Sd. personal ______ of aforesaid JNO. CRALLE his heirs or assigns shall & will make doc. & sale every such further lawfull act & acts & thing or things Dlivers and delivered conveyance & appertainance in the law as by the Sd. JNO. CRALLE his heirs and assigns his or their council learned in the Sd. shall be delivered advised or required for the more better & perfect sure & made & conveying of Sd. & Emissiey to the Sd. JNO. CRALLE his heirs & assigns forever. In witness whereof the ______ to the Sd. & agent have enterchangeably Sett their hand & Seales the Day of year first above written.
Sealed & Delivered in the presence of: GEO. ESKRIDGE, HEN:NETHERTON, PATRICK SPENCE
DENNIS (CD his mark) CORNHILL Seal (Note: Dennis made his C backward in the original document)
Die Janey 16, 1711.
This indenture of deed of release was acknowledged in Northumberland County Court by DENNIS CORNHILL by his attorney CAPT. DANIEL MCCARTY to the use of therein possessed unto CAPT. JNO. CRALLE & is recorded.
Teste Tho. Hobson Ct Cur
Pg.146/147: MARGIN: CORNHILL Pow. Ator. To MCCARTY
Know all men by Agents that I DENNIS CORNHILL of ye County of Stafford have made ordained continued & appointed DANL. MCCARTY gent my true & lawfull attorney for _____ & in my name to acknowledge in the County Court of Northumberland County certain deeds of lease & release the one bearing Date the Day before & the otherwise the Sd. & _____ whereby I have granted and conveyed to JOHN CRALLE gent ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND be the same more or less. Situated, lying & being in the PARISH OF ST. STEPHENS & county aforesaid. Released & confirming with my Sd. attorney shall Doe in about & 4 ______ I had been personally & agent & attorney Sel Sd. JN witness who I have here to Sett this forth day of Janey 1711.
DENNIS (DC his mark ) CORNHILL (Note: Dennis's mark was not turned around on this document.)
Sealed & Delivered in witness of GEO. ESKRIDGE, HON:NETHERTON, PATRICK SPENCE
Die Janey 16, 1711.
Capt. GEO. ESKRIDGE then maybe upon the holy Evangel ______ Northumberland County Court that DENNIS CORNHILL did sign Seal & Acknowledged this ______ to be his act and deed.
Teste THOS HOBSON Ct Cur
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