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Nancy: Petition, Loudoun County

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We the undersigned do hereby certify that the within petitioner has always behaved herself as a faithful and industrious servant. And we have no doubt that if she is permitted to remain that she will behave herself with equal rectitude and industry and maintain herself in a respectable manner. Given under our hands this 8th day of Dec'r 1814. Dewanner Binns, J. Binns, Charles Bennitt Jane D. Hamilton Ann A. Durham Kitty A. Durham

Nancy & Petition Certificate of Reputation Dec'r 6th 1815 ref'd to Cts of J. [referred to Courts of Justice] reasonable 8th Dec'r 1815 Bill drawn

Petition to be returned to Mr. Binns

Loudoun