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McNamara, Timothy, Estate of : Public Claim

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Lancaster County Court February 16th 1824. The last will and testament of Timothy McNamara decd. was this day proved by the oaths of James Pollard, Thomas L. Lawson, and Isaac Currell, Jr. the witnesses thereto and the Codicil thereto annexed was proved by the oath of John Hunt one of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. William Storke one of the executors named in said Will relinquished his right to qualify. On the motion of Ralph Edmonds the other Executor therein named who made oath and together with Lawson Hathaway, Richard Payne, James Pollard, Charles Taylor and James Stick his securities entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $35000.00 with such condition as the law directs a certificate is granted [illegible] for obtaining probat thereof in due form.

Attest. B. H. Walker C.