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Smith, John S.: Petition, Prince William County

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Levi Scott Timothy Brundige Jesse Scott John Spence John Lawson Saml Davis Thomas Chapman [illegible] Bailey Saml Jackson Tho Harrison [illegible] Carrington William Shaw Wm Brawner John McMillian Reuben Calvens Philip [illegible] John Williams Philip Alexander Geo Jameson John Lynn Joseph Crouch Richd Davis [Jr?] Edwar. Dickinson Charles B Attwell Charles Chick Hugh C Davis

John Galloway Horton Green Jno Langsten Coleman [Lucis?] George Florance William [illegible] Thomas Davis Wilban Smith Elisha Jinkins G. Chapman John Jackson John Sheid Burr Harrison George Norman Walter E Ashmore Tho. Harrison of Thos Wm C Davis Scarlet Renore C N P Smith Jesse Ovell Senr Redmon Foster Stephen Howison Thomas [illegible] Samuel Cornnell Joseph Smith Seth Bolts Thos. [Harvell?] Jr

Smith, Peto [Petition] Refd. Decr 11th 1809 To Cts: Jus: [referred to Courts of Justice] Decr 12 1809 Rejected