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Goochland County to wit
 
Goochland County to wit
 
This day Ptolemy L. Watkins personally appeared before me a justice of the peace for the county aforesaid, and made oath to the truth of the foregoing deposition given under my hand this 16th day of October 1837. [Fran.?] [F?]. Carter
 
This day Ptolemy L. Watkins personally appeared before me a justice of the peace for the county aforesaid, and made oath to the truth of the foregoing deposition given under my hand this 16th day of October 1837. [Fran.?] [F?]. Carter
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The deposition of David Perkins of the firm of Thomas J Perkins and Company of Goochland taken at Goochland Co Ho. on Monday the 16th day of October 1837 agreeably to notice. To be read as evidence in a suit now depending in the circuit superior court of law and chancery for Goochland County. in which Thomas Brooks Jr is pltff and [Michaih?] Hicks admr. of Fielding Brooks decd. is defendant. This deponent being first duly sworn according to law answereth and saith

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Question by the same. Did Fielding Brooks ever pay you any money on his fathers account. Answer. He never paid me a cent that I recollect my books do not show that he ever did And further this deponent saith not Ptolemy L. Watkins Goochland County to wit This day Ptolemy L. Watkins personally appeared before me a justice of the peace for the county aforesaid, and made oath to the truth of the foregoing deposition given under my hand this 16th day of October 1837. [Fran.?] [F?]. Carter The deposition of David Perkins of the firm of Thomas J Perkins and Company of Goochland taken at Goochland Co Ho. on Monday the 16th day of October 1837 agreeably to notice. To be read as evidence in a suit now depending in the circuit superior court of law and chancery for Goochland County. in which Thomas Brooks Jr is pltff and [Michaih?] Hicks admr. of Fielding Brooks decd. is defendant. This deponent being first duly sworn according to law answereth and saith