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At a court held for Surry County April the 28th 1789
 
At a court held for Surry County April the 28th 1789
The within written deed of manumission from Mary Pyland the elder and Mary Pyland the younger to Negroes Rachael, Lucy & Nancy was a proved to be the act and deed
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The within written deed of manumission from Mary Pyland the elder and Mary Pyland the younger to Negroes Rachael, Lucy & Nancy was a proved to be the act and deed of the said mary Pyland the elder & Mary Pyland the younger by the oaths of Richard Pyland and John Nelson the Witnesses thereto & Ordered to be recorded. Robert Pyland of this [County?] came personally into court and entered himself [illegible] that the two negroes Lucy and Nancy mentioned in the within deed who are now in their minority may not become chargeable to the Parish in the County during their minority.
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[Teste.?] Jacob [Paulson?] [initials or signifier? C.S.C?]
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Pylands
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[?] deed of Manumission Negroes Rachel, Lucy, and Nancy -
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1789 April the 28th proved by Richard Pyland John Nelson the witnesses [OK?]
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Recorded [& Examined?]

Revision as of 12:38, 12 October 2019

At a court held for Surry County April the 28th 1789 The within written deed of manumission from Mary Pyland the elder and Mary Pyland the younger to Negroes Rachael, Lucy & Nancy was a proved to be the act and deed of the said mary Pyland the elder & Mary Pyland the younger by the oaths of Richard Pyland and John Nelson the Witnesses thereto & Ordered to be recorded. Robert Pyland of this [County?] came personally into court and entered himself [illegible] that the two negroes Lucy and Nancy mentioned in the within deed who are now in their minority may not become chargeable to the Parish in the County during their minority.

[Teste.?] Jacob [Paulson?] [initials or signifier? C.S.C?]

Pylands [?] deed of Manumission Negroes Rachel, Lucy, and Nancy - 1789 April the 28th proved by Richard Pyland John Nelson the witnesses [OK?]

Recorded [& Examined?]