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Freeman, Sarah : Public Claim

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and affixe our seals this Sixteenth day of November in the year Eighteen hundred and thirty

signed, sealed and acknowledged in presence of Albert Anderson Thos Pearson John [Lace or Pace?] Thomas Morgender as to T Dickinson Geo K lee as to S Freeman & Geo Smith Sarah Freeman {seal} George Smith {seal} Harriet M Prall [or Pratt?] {seal} Sarah, A, P, Freeman {seal} George W Freeman {seal} Marinda Freeman {seal} Catharine Freeman {seal} Adalaide Freeman {seal} F Dickinson gdn for the two last signers of this instrument {seal}

Culpeper VA This day personally appeared befroe me a Justice of the Peace in & for the County of Culpeper Marinda Freeman mentioned in the foregoing & in my presence signed the same & acknowledged it to be her act & deed. In testimony of which I hereunto set my Hand this 10th of November 1830 in Culpeper aforesaid.

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Culpeper VA On the same day personally appeared before me George Smith mentioned in the foregoing & desired me to certify (and it being of my own personal knowledge I do certify to same) that he was lawfully married to Mona W Smith - formerly Mona W Freeman - daughter & one of the Heirs of Gerard Freeman mentioned in the foregoing - and that in right of his wife the said Mona be let a lawful title to one seventh of the proceeds of the aforesaid Slave Anthony - In testimony thereof I have hereunto set my Hand

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