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Simco, Henry : Public Claim

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Gloucester County to wit: I do hereby Certify that Sam, Gibbs, and Jacob three negro men Slaves the property of Henry Simco, who were tried at a Court of Oyer and Terminer held in the said County on the 21st day of July 1832 and Convicted of burglary, were valued by the Court at the following prices to wit. Sam at Four hundred and Seventy five Dollars, Gibbs at Four hundred and Seventy five Dollars and Jacob at Four hundred and Seventy Five Dollars - $475 X 3 = $1425 Arthur S. Davies C.G.C.

Aud Off Nov: 1. 1832 Rec'd a warrant of one thousand four hundred and twenty five dollars. Tho's. L. Dabney