Johnson, Samuel: Petition, Fauquier County
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[left page] him and his and while he refers to the accompanying of his and daughters good character takes courage to hope that the strong features in his case will so address themselves to your Hon bodies as to incline them to favor the prayer that his daughter may be permitted to remain in the State. And as in duty from Your Petitioner will ever pray &c. 1835 Jany 12th [vertically in the middle of page] Petition of Samuel Johnson Jany 19th 1835 refd. to Cts. J
[vertically in bottom third of page] Sam Johnson's Petition - a Free man of colour, praying that his daughter may be allowed to remain in the commonwealth James French Jany 16th 1835 refd. to Cts. J. 1835 Feb 14 Rejected ["Recommended" crossed out] GK-2
[right page] Names of Petitioners for permission to Lucy Johnson / daughter of Sam Johnson & 3 small children to Remain in the State - 1834. December 22d - Aldridge James Darnall Smith Arthur M Payne Jas D. Smith Saml. C Smith Erasmus Helm Wm. L. Wheeler James S Edwards Paldwin Day Tho Langsten James O Withers Wm: W. Wallace Tho. H. Furnhill Thos J Clagett John Penn Philips Wm: P Phillips Thomas P. Knox Edward Digges Alexr Richardson W. W. Bradford Robert Morrow Wm McNick Felix Richmor Ambrose Hord Thos. L. Moore J B Kerrick Seth Lunsford Wash. Berry Wm Horner Jno Smith William. H. Gaines Wm. Shemped Inman Horners John Thomhill Joseph Meggine Elias Edmonds Jams Leshilas Wilson M Diggs Geo R Green B Ward Tho: L Fitzhugh Jos A Smith Geo. F. Smith Edwd Cooke William Shumate John W. Holtzclaw C Grove R E English F Holtzman John [Wierman?] Wm Smith Arthur Gk-3