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Stafford County (Va.) Court Records, Order Book, page 168

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168 } April Court, 1752.

In the Suit on Information brought on behalf of our Lord the King agst. William Waters the sd, William having pleaded not guilty a Jury thereupon to wit Jacob Johnson, Thomas Weathers, Anthony Latham Henry Dawson, Franklyn Latham James Oneal, James Oneal junr. John Bell Sasfield Noxall, John Payton, Stephen Mumford & John Leeche were Sworn to try the Issue joined who brought in their Verdict in these Words "Not Guilty John Payton foreman which Verdict on Motion of the sd. William is admitted to record, & its considered by the Court that the sd William go hence without day & that this suit be dismist.

In the Suit on Information brought on behalf of our Lord the King against George Bell the sd. George having pleaded not Guilty a Jury thereupon to with Jacob Johnson James Oneal, Thomas Weathers, Charles Harding, Henry Dawson, James Fernsley James Oneal junr. Sasfield Noxall, John Leech, Andrew Edwards, Nicholas Riley & William Munford were Sworn to try the Issue joined who brought in their Verdict in these Words "Not Guilty Charles Harding foreman" which Verdict on Motion of the sd. George is admitted to record, & its considered by the Court that the sd. George go hence without day & that this Suit by dismist. ~

In the Suit on Information brought on behalf of our Lord the King against John Bell the said John having pleaded not guilty a Jury thereupon to wit, Jacob Johnson, James Oneal Thomas Weathers, Charles Harding Henry Dawson, James Fernsley, James Oneal junr. Sasfield Noxall, John Leech, Andrew Edwards, Nicholas Riley & Stephen Munford were sworn to try the Issue joined who brought in their Verdict in these Words Not Guilty Charles Harding foreman, which Verdict on Motion of the sd. John is admitted to record. & its considered by the Court that the sd. John go hence without day & that this suit be dismist

In the Suit on Information brought on behalf of our Lord the King against Elizabeth Hinson, the sd. Elizabeth having pleaded not guilty a Jury thereupon to wit Jacob Johnson, James Oneal, Thos. Weathers, Charles Harding, Henry Dawson James Fernsley, James Oneal junr. Sasfield Noxall John Leech, Andrew Edwards Nicholas Riley & Stephen Munford were sworn to try the Issue joined who brought in their Verdict in these Words Not Guilty Charles Harding foreman which Verdict on Motion of the sd. Elizabeth is admitted to record, & its considered by the Court that the sd. Elizabeth go hence without day & that this suit be dismist. ~

In the Suit of Information brought on behalf of our Lord the King against Franklyn Latham the said Franklyn having pleaded Not Guilty a Jury thereupon to wit Jacob