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Heath, John A.J. and Heath, Benjamin : Public Claim

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Prince George County to wit: I Nathaniel B. Sturdivant Clerk of the County Court aforesaid do hereby certify that at a Court held for the trial of Kitt a slave the property of John A. J. Heath and Benjamin F. Heath (charged with consulting, advising or conspiring to rebel and make insurrection) on the 13th day of September last, that the said Court did appraise the said slave Kitt to the sum of Eight Hundred Dollars. Given under my hand this 6th day of December one thousand eight hundred and thirty one. N. B.Sturdivant C.C.

I do hereby certify that it appears from the records of my office that Henry G. Heath is the qualified guardian of the said John A. J. Heath and Benjamin F. Heath and executed bond and surety according to law. Given under my hand this 6th December 1831. N. B.Sturdivant C.C.