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History of Trinity United Methodist Church, Poquoson, Virginia: 1882-1982, Part 3 of 3.

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[Odd?], Virginia, October 1st, 1930 $5,000.00 Two (2) years after date We promise to pay to the order of citizens Bank of Poquoson, negotiable and payable at CITIZENS BANK OF POQUOSON, Odd, Virginia Five Thousand and No/100 DOLLARS For Value received, with all [illegible] of collection, including ten per cent. [illegible] if collected by attorney. We, the [illegible] members, endorser or endorsers, hereby waive the benefit of our homestead exemption as to this debt, and also waive protest, presentation and notices of dishonor. [illegible] M. Rollins, J. G. Amory, J. Topping, [illegible] Harvey, W. R. Holloway, R. L. [Frank?] Sr. Trustees of Trinity M. E. Church, South, York Charge, Virginia Conference (With interest at 6% per annum) Deed of Trust CITIZENS BANK OF POQUOSON PAID Cancelled and released this 10 day of Sept 1941 Floyd Holloway, Clerk Court, York County, Va. In 1930 when a loan was made to a church each Trustee had to sign the front of the document and each Steward signed the bank. This is being included because of those signatures. W. M. (Billy) Rollins; John Franklin Amory; Healy Topping; R. A. (Bob) Harvey; W. R. (Bob Manning) Holloway; R. L. (Bob Lee) Forrest; I. H. Lawson, Sr. 51