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This Indenture made this 24th day of September in the year of Our Lord Eighteen hundred and forty, Between Bennet K. Whitfield William W. Cutler and Bennet Barrett Overseers of the Poor of the lower district of saint Luke's Parish in the County of Southampton, of the one part, and George Whitfield of the said Parish and County of the other part.  
 
This Indenture made this 24th day of September in the year of Our Lord Eighteen hundred and forty, Between Bennet K. Whitfield William W. Cutler and Bennet Barrett Overseers of the Poor of the lower district of saint Luke's Parish in the County of Southampton, of the one part, and George Whitfield of the said Parish and County of the other part.  
Witnesseth that the said Bennet K. Whitfield William W. Cutler and Bennet Barrett Overseers of the Poor as aforesaid by virtue of an order of the court of the aforesaid County, bearing date "September Court 1840", have put placed and bound, and by these presents do put place and bind Benjamin Turner aged ten years on the tenth day of the present month (September) and James Turner aged seven years on the thirtieth day of march last, both children of Hetty Turner free negro. also George Boon aged one or two years son of Betsy Boon free negro, to be apprentices with him the said George Whitfield, and as apprentices with him the said George Whitfield to dwell from the date
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Witnesseth that the said Bennet K. Whitfield William W. Cutler and Bennet Barrett Overseers of the Poor as aforesaid by virtue of an order of the court of the aforesaid County, bearing date "September Court 1840", have put placed and bound, and by these presents do put place and bind Benjamin Turner aged ten years on the tenth day of the present month (September) and James Turner aged seven years on the thirtieth day of march last, both children of Hetty Turner free negro. also George Boon aged one or two years son of Betsy Boon free negro, to be apprentices with him the said George Whitfield, and as apprentices with him the said George Whitfield to dwell from the date of these presents, until they the said Benjamin and James Turner and George Boon shall respectively come to the age of Twenty one years, According to the Act of the General Assembly in that case made and provided. By and during all which times and terms, the said apprentices shall the said George Whitfield their said master, well and faithfully serve in all such lawful business as the said apprentices shall be put into by their said master, according to the power, wit and ability of them the said Benjamin & James Turner, and George Boon, and honestly and obediently in all things shall behave themselves towards their said master and his family, and the said George Whitfield for his part for himself his Executors and Adm[inistrato]rs doth hereby promise and covenant, to and with the said Overseers of the Poor and every of them, their and every of their Executors and adm[inistrato]rs and their and every of their successors for the time being, and to and with the said Benjamin and James Turner and George Boon that he the said George Whitfield shall teach or cause to be taught unto said apprentices the Occupation of Husbandry which he the said George Whitfield now useth, after the best manner that he can or may teach, instruct and inform, or cause to be taught instructed and informed, and that the said George Whitfield shall

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This Indenture made this 24th day of September in the year of Our Lord Eighteen hundred and forty, Between Bennet K. Whitfield William W. Cutler and Bennet Barrett Overseers of the Poor of the lower district of saint Luke's Parish in the County of Southampton, of the one part, and George Whitfield of the said Parish and County of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Bennet K. Whitfield William W. Cutler and Bennet Barrett Overseers of the Poor as aforesaid by virtue of an order of the court of the aforesaid County, bearing date "September Court 1840", have put placed and bound, and by these presents do put place and bind Benjamin Turner aged ten years on the tenth day of the present month (September) and James Turner aged seven years on the thirtieth day of march last, both children of Hetty Turner free negro. also George Boon aged one or two years son of Betsy Boon free negro, to be apprentices with him the said George Whitfield, and as apprentices with him the said George Whitfield to dwell from the date of these presents, until they the said Benjamin and James Turner and George Boon shall respectively come to the age of Twenty one years, According to the Act of the General Assembly in that case made and provided. By and during all which times and terms, the said apprentices shall the said George Whitfield their said master, well and faithfully serve in all such lawful business as the said apprentices shall be put into by their said master, according to the power, wit and ability of them the said Benjamin & James Turner, and George Boon, and honestly and obediently in all things shall behave themselves towards their said master and his family, and the said George Whitfield for his part for himself his Executors and Adm[inistrato]rs doth hereby promise and covenant, to and with the said Overseers of the Poor and every of them, their and every of their Executors and adm[inistrato]rs and their and every of their successors for the time being, and to and with the said Benjamin and James Turner and George Boon that he the said George Whitfield shall teach or cause to be taught unto said apprentices the Occupation of Husbandry which he the said George Whitfield now useth, after the best manner that he can or may teach, instruct and inform, or cause to be taught instructed and informed, and that the said George Whitfield shall