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Ann : Commonwealth Cause, Richmond City

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To the Clerk of the Hustings Court of said City. I, Joseph Mayo Mayor of the said City, do hereby certify, that I have this day committed Ann a slave the property of Alexander Walker to the jail of the said City, that she may be tried by the Hustings Court of the said City for a felony by her committed, in this, that on the 10th day of November in the year 1863, at the City of Richmond, and within the jurisdiction of the Hustings Court, of the said City, She did feloniously have and Recieve one gold Lockett and chain of the value of one hundred dollars, then lately before feloniously taken, stolen, and carried away by Jacobson of the goods and Chattles of Robert Wilson, she the said Ann well knowing the same to have been feloniously taken stolen and carried away

Given under my hand, this 13th day of November in the year 1863. Joseph Mayo Mayor.