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Hagar: Freedom Suit, Augusta County (Part 8 of 17)

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p. 22 Question by Idle was you aquantd with my House & Family way & manner of Marke Johnstons Raising Answer I was Questn. by the same in what manner was he Marke Johnston Raised I was a Next Neighbour & often at the House of Mr. Idle & Believe his Table was more plentifully Supplyed than the Neighbour Hood in Common & Farther sayth not. Polly Baker Her X m Questn. by Frederick Idle Defendant to Susanah Porter was you acqainted with my House & family Answer I was Meachuable [Measureable?] Question by the same in what manner was M Johnston Raised Answer he always had a Nuff to Eat & More so than Common Folks & Farther saith not. Susana Porter H + M Turn over p. 23 Question by F Idle to Elizabeth Jones was you Aquanted with my House & Famyly way & Manner of Marke Johnston Raising Answer I was Measheable [Measureable?] Question by the same in what Manner do you Believe Marke Johnston was Raised Answer I was Some Time at the House of Mr. Idle & always Saw a plenty & heard his wife in her life Say that her Husband F Idle was a Kind Husband to her & Family & Farther sayth not. Elizabeth Jones Question by F Idle to [M Jones?] was you Acquanted with my House & Family Asnw. I was Meashuable Quest by the same in what manner do you Believe Marke Johnston was Raised Answer So fair as I Know & Ever Heard I Believe he was Raised with plenty & Often Heard Mr. Idle Express a Desiar for the said Johnston well fare & Farther Sayth Not Minetree Jones Turn over