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Johnston, Samuel: Petition, Fauquier County

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[left side] We the subscribed Citizens in the County of Fauquier Certify to the truth of the facts in the forgoing petition set forth & cheerfully unite with the petitioner in the prayer thereof; - I cheerfully unite in the above certificate and petition of the Citizens of Fauquier County Robt White William Walden John M Baldin Charles W. Smith Geo. B. Pickett Williams Payne Henry Fitzhugh Jas. D. Smith John t. Bayley Ch R Scott John Edmond Edwd Digger Josiah Makie P. H. Pollgan Robt Rosse Jno P Willis Thomas Marr Alexd'r L Withers L. A. Hunton Robt Randolph Tho. Foster Jno. L. Green F. W. Broothe Thompson Smith Arthur Payne John Jinnings Gideon Johnston Thos. T Withers Martin N Brooke David James William F Edmonds William Bayliss Jno. A. W. Smith Wm. T. Phillips John Blackwell Inman Homer Jno Murray Wm Horner Thos. L. Moore H M Clarkson Thomas T Fauntleroy [illegible] Buckner Alexander D. Kelly Charles Martin John B Downman Aldridge James Joseph S. Harrobrough Elizabeth T Thompson M A Chitton Richd Thompson Dq--2 50 I have been antiquated with Samuel Johnston may years, during which time has borne a good character and has conducted himself with great humility and uprightness so far as he has come within my notice John Shackelford Nov 9th 1824 I have known Samuel Johnston for many years & he has always supported and [illegible] and been esteemed a faithfull servant J. C. Gibson