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The humble petitions of Robert Hubbard and also of Francis Moreland and in his wife daughter to the said Hubbard
 
The humble petitions of Robert Hubbard and also of Francis Moreland and in his wife daughter to the said Hubbard
 
There [illegible] your Hone.
 
There [illegible] your Hone.
That by inquisition taken the 12th of September 1717 in James Citty county and [illegible] petition [and?] Hubbard there was formed to escheat from one Edward Ridley fifty acres of land in the county for which land it is said Francis and Ann did petition yore hone. to beg [illegible] to the [illegible] Ann as concouring she had the most equitable right to the same if it need really [illegible]
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That by inquisition taken the 12th of September 1717 in James Citty county and [illegible] petition [and?] Hubbard there was formed to escheat from one Edward Ridley fifty acres of land in the county for which land it is said Francis and Ann did petition yore hone. to beg [illegible] to the [illegible] Ann as concouring she had the most equitable right to the same if it need really [illegible] which by the said petition the said Francis and Ann did bring. And by another inquisition taken the same day there was formed to escheat from one Mihil Glen thirty or forty acres of

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To the honble Alexr Spotswood his majties L. Governor and Comandour in cheife of the colony of Virginia The humble petitions of Robert Hubbard and also of Francis Moreland and in his wife daughter to the said Hubbard There [illegible] your Hone. That by inquisition taken the 12th of September 1717 in James Citty county and [illegible] petition [and?] Hubbard there was formed to escheat from one Edward Ridley fifty acres of land in the county for which land it is said Francis and Ann did petition yore hone. to beg [illegible] to the [illegible] Ann as concouring she had the most equitable right to the same if it need really [illegible] which by the said petition the said Francis and Ann did bring. And by another inquisition taken the same day there was formed to escheat from one Mihil Glen thirty or forty acres of