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Pollard, George B. & Ambrose: Petition, King William County

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Dr. Thomas G. Pollard, with George. B. Pollard, Committee of his Estate - Cr. 1816 Apl 20 To 1 pair shoes bought of Geo Guy per receipt $3.00 Oct 19 To Cash pd your taxes for this year per rect: 4.50 Decemr 10 To Cash pd Thos Bosher for selling a Horse .50 1817 To Cash pd fee Bills 6.35 March 24 To Cash pd Charles Hill attorney for fee 5.00 Aug 5 To cash pd for mending shoes .50 To Cash pd John C Pollard for our Execution as Tho's. G. Pollard per Recpt 95.50 1818 Feby 15 To Cash paid Doctors bill for attending Peter and Jim 5.50 March 16 To Cash pd Thomas Bosher his fee vis Pollard 1.50 Decemr 15 To Cash pd Vass & Browne their apt 19.94 1821 Apr 28 To Cash this sum paid Mary Pollard in full amount of her apt per Receipt 131.00 [Subtotal] 273.29 To amount of Ambrose Pollards apt from 1816 to 1819 as per apt rendered 57.00 [subtotal] $330.29 1816 Jany 16 By Cash this sum for hire of Jim rec'd. of J. Hill $37.00 17 By Cash this sum rec'd. from Geo: Pollards est: 44.44 1820 March 1 By Cash this sum rec'd. of Wm Allen for hire of Jim & Peter in 1818. 130.00 By Cash received of Joseph Row purchase of sorrel horse sold him 70.00 January 1. By Cash this sum rec'd. of Baily Lipscomb for hire of Peter for the year 1819 70.00 By 1 Saddle kept by myself 15.00 By Bailey Lipscombs bond for hire of Peter for the year 1820 60.00 [subtotal] 426.44 By amount of Cash received by Ambrose Pollard 98.00 [subtotal] 524.44 [less] 330.29 By Balance due [total] $194.15 In conformity with an order of the worshipful Court of King Wm County bearing date the 22nd day of January 1821, we the subscribers three of