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Citizens: Petition, Pendleton County

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a moment doubting, but what she could obtain permission to stay in her native State if she was desirous of doing so. Your petitioners know full well that she can comply with any requisition that you may see fit to impose upon her, as to security for her maintenance in old age &c, and do in conclusion humbly ask that she may be permitted to remain in the State, and farther your [illegible] ever pray &c. John J Kirkead P. H. Kirkead Wm [illegible] Geo. W. Hull Peter Hull John Snyder Henry [illegible] [Patrick?] [illegible] F. [K? R?] Reece Jacob Hevener Jr. Jno [Siltington?] George Beverage Samuel Brantner John Campbell Adam Stephenson John Lightner Wm W. [illegible] Jacob Coughran Jacob J [illegible] Solomon [Rockman?] Jacob S[illegible] Geo. W. Amiss Andrew Leybert Z Dyers [illegible] T Johnson Ed. W. Dyer John McCanns

James Boggs [illegible] Wm. McCoy Jacob Hull