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Jacob: Chancery Cause, Powhatan County (Part 2 of 2)

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The Estate of Elizabeth Rowzie decd. In account with 1841 June 29 To cash paid S. W. Weisiger for coffin & burying little negro $ 3.00 . For tent for negroes 11.25 . Saml. A Patterson medical bill for attending negroes in 1840 12.00 July 3 Henry A Hancock for one horse and gear 60.00 . For one wagon $125, 3 horses and gear $180. 305.00 . For one wagon Saddle 7.00 . For clothes furnished to Sarah, Caroline, Mary, and children, . $7.00, for bacon, meal, coffee & sugar furnished the negroes $13 20.00 . Reuben $100, Stephen $100 200.00 . Retained for compensation to self under decree 550.00 . Paid Wm. E. Spears for going to Powhatan Court House . for free papers for negroes, $2.50. Portage 81c. 3.31 . To expences in removing negroes to Columbus in Ohio 96.00 . To cash paid Syne Starling for one hundred acres of land & for . part of crop growing on the same. 625.00 . for recording deed and copy 1.50 . Sarah Harris for the benefit of Merit and Rose by direction . of the decree 66.66 . Old Sarah for self, Silas, Wager, Amanda and Ellen 50.00 . ------------ . Carried over $2010.72