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Schedule of the Real and personal property, rights and credits of Thomas Williams, given in upon taking the oath of insolvency at the suits of Wm Henley, John Capps, assignee of Stephen Marchant, Sarah M Shepherd Executrix of Smith Shepherd Francis Brock, John Gwynn, Enoch Land assignee of Joshua McClannan, Thomas A. Mayer, and John Gormley partners under the firm of Mayer & Gormley, Watts et ux Sarah M Shepherd Executors of Smith Shepherd, David M. Walke assee and J. M. Whitehurst. "No property of any description, except the following ' A resultory and contingent interest in property conveyed to Allmond Trustee for Wm N Ivy dated 30th October 1838. A resultory and Contingent interest in Certain property conveyed to J. S. Millson trustee for Wm Collins, John Gwynn, Nancy Mapingham and Margaret Cooley, dated the 3 day of Feb 1843. A resultory and Contingent interest in Certain property conveyed to T. R. Lee trustee for Andrew L. Hill dated 13 July 1843. A resultory and Contingent interest in Certain property conveyed to J. Ridley trustee for J. Kendrew dated 1 July 1843. A Claim against Wm J. Brinkley amounting to about $70. now in suit in Supr Court of Norfolk Borough. An unsettled account against James Gray. Do [Ditto] " Wm N Ivy Do " Thos Tatem. A Claim to 2 whip saws, cross cut saw, 4 axes and 1 lot old iron in the possession of Edward Wiles. A Claim and right in an old gig lent to Mr S Catlock A resultory and Contingent interest in an old negro woman named Jenny now in the possession of John S Millson subject to a lien in his favour for about $150. Thos. his X mark Williams

Norfolk County to wit Personally appeared before me Arthur Emmerson who made oath that Jas. R. Hubard attorney for all the parties named in the within Schedule (except in the Case of William Henley and Watts & wife in his presence acknowledged notice of the intention the Deft Thomas Williams to take the oath of insolvency this [blank]. Given under my hands and seal this 5th day of August 1843. Richard Baugh Seal Norfolk County to wit

Personally appeared before me [blank] a Justice of the peace for the said County John S. Millson who made a