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White, Frankey: Petition, Prince George County

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Prince George County Virginia Decr 1830 We do hereby certify that we have carefully compared the foregoing certificates & receipt, with the original certificates & receipt in the possession of the Said Frankey White, and find them to be true copies from the originals. Given under our hands this day & year above written. John Prentis, Jno. A Peterson

[Notice from newspaper] NOTICE A PETITION will be presented to the ensuing Legislature of Virginia, praying that Frenkey White, a free Woman, of color and Emily Jane, her Daughter, may be permitted to remain in the State.

Copy of Certificate of Freedom &c. Franky White & Child Emily Jane Francis E. Rives Decr 9th 1830 refd. to Cts. of J. [referred to Courts of Justice] Decr 10. Rejected - Not [illegible] & [illegible]