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Adams, Thomas & Jack: Petition, King William County

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The Commonwealth of Virginia to the Sheriff of King William County Greeting: We command you that of the goods and chattels of Thomas Adams and Jack Adams late in your bailiwick you cause to be made the sum of One hundred dollars each, which we lately in our Superior Court of Law holden for the the County of King William recovered against them respectively upon a Scire facias for debt; also Seven dollars and sixty five cents which, to us in the same Court were adjudged for our costs by us in sueing forth and prosecuting our said Scire facias in that behalf expended; Whereof the said Thomas Adams and Jack Adams are convicted as appears to us of record: and that you have the same before the Judge of our said Superior Court, at the Clerks Office on the second day of January next to render to the Commonwealth of the debts, and cost aforesaid: and have then there this Writ: Witness Robert Pollard Junr. Clerk of our said Court this 7th day of October 1814 in the 39th year of the Commonwealth Ro: Pollard JS Upon the foregoing execution the Sheriff made the following return-- Not executed owing to the death of the high Shff. Richard W. Fox DS for Jno. Fox late Shff.

The Commonwealth of Virginia to the Sheriff of King William County Greeting: We command you that of the goods and chattels of Thomas Adams and Jack Adams late in your bailiwick you cause to made the sum of One hundred dollars each, which we lately in our Superior Court of Law holden for the County of King William, recovered against them respectively upon a Scire facias for debt; Also Eight dollars and five cents which to us in the same Court were adjudged for our costs by us in suing forth and prosecuting our said Scire facias in that behalf expended; Whereof the said Thomas Adams and Jack Adams are convicted as appears to us of record: and that you have the same before the Judge of our said Superior Court at the Clerks Office on the first day of April next to render to the Commonwealth of the debts and costs aforesaid: And have then there this Writ: Witness Robert Pollard Junr. Clerk of said Court this 26th day of January 1815, in the 39th years of the Commonwealth. Ro: Pollard Jr. Sheriffs return } No property found to execute on. Jno. Camm Pollard DS for John Hill Sheriff Copies Teste, Ro: Pollard Jr CSC