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

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Higgenson Hancock the Exor: 1841 By amount brought over $2124.59 By cash for horse & saddle sold in Ohio 24.00 $2148.59 By ballance from debit due by Exor 50.32 From the foregoing account it appears that there is due by me to the Estate of Elizabeth Rowzie decd the sum of $50.32 of this sum of $33.34 belongs under the decree to Charlotte and remains in my hands because she ran away so that I was unable to remove her to Ohio and of course the money was not paid her out of the balance $16.78 I will have to pay any further costs which may be incurred in this cause. Respectfully submitted H. Hancock Novem 4 1841