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

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Recapitulation Interest Dols. Cents Principal Dols. Cents To balance of principal due on 1st day of Jany 1829 63.67 To 1 year's interest on $31.40 the balance for 1822 1.88 To 1 year's interest on $28.40 the balance for 1823 1.70 To 1 year's interest on $52.83 the balance for 1824 3.17 To 1 year's interest on $120.33 the balance for 1825 7.22 To 1 year's interest on $57.71 the balance for 1826 3.46 To 1 year's interest on $73.42 the balance for 1827 4.40 To 1 year's interest on $2.17 the balance for 1828 13 [subtotal credit] $21.96 [subtotal debit] $63.67 [plus debit] 21.96 Due to the Estate January 1st 1829 [debit] $85.63 In obedience to an order of the County Court of King William, dated the 22nd day of December 1828, and which is hereto Subjoined, George B. Pollard, acting Committee of the estate of Thomas G. Pollard a lunatic has made up and Settled an account (as above) of his transactions of Said estate, before me; and I find the above balance of eighty five dollars and Sixty three cents due to the Said estate from the Said George B. Pollard, on the first day of January 1829, with interest on Sixty three dollars and Sixty Seven cents part thereof to be computed at the rate of Six per Centum, per annum, from the 1st day of January 1829 till paid: which is respectfully Submitted - Given under my hand this 1st day of January 1829. Thomas Dabney M. Comr. A Copy Teste Thomas Dabney Master Comr of King William County.