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Frank : Deed of Manumission, Accomack County

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of their Heirs, Executs or adms shall well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the afsd [aforesaid] James Dunkin his Heirs, Executs adms or assigns the first and full sum of forth pounds curr[en]t money afsd at the different times and periods before mentioned that then the within obligation to be void and of no effect otherwise to remain in full force and virtue. Wm Silverthorn (seal) Joseph Waggaman (seal) Signed sealed & deliv[ered] in presence of William Downing, Peter [Delartatius?]

January 28th 1794 then Recd Five Pounds & one pen[n]ey half pen[n]ey in Part of the within By James Duncan Senr 1795 Novr [illegible] 28th rec'd £ 7-0-3[.] 1796 February 19th Recd Twenty pounds in part of the within for James Duncan Senr by me John Sandferd £ 20..0..0 October 27th of 1796 by cash paid four pounds four shillings.

Silverthorn & Waggoman to Dunkin bond examd.

1 paymt £ 5.0.16. 2 paymt £ 7.0.3. 3. Do [Ditto] £ 20.0.0. 4. Do £ 4.4 [= total] £ 36.4.42 5. Do no recd on this bond 4.10 paid 30th May 1797 [total paid] £ 40.14.4. I hereby acknowledge to have received of negroe Frank the full contents of the within bond. James Duncan 30 May 1797 John [illegible]