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This indenture made and entered into this 19th day of november in the year 1855 between Philip [Wimberg?] of the first part, Saml. Graham of the second part and Octavius George of the third part witnesseth, that Whereas the said Octavius George is [bound?] as security for the said [Wimberg?] to
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This indenture made and entered into this 19th day of november in the year 1855 between Philip Wimberg of the first part, Saml. Grisham of the second part and Octavius George of the third part witnesseth, that Whereas the said Octavius George is [bound?] as security for the said Wimberg to these several bonds, two executed to [Nelson?] Robinson for two hundred dollars each and one to John E George for one hundred dollars and whereas the said Wimberg is willing to secure & [illegible] harmless the said George as his security to the said bonds the dates of which are not [recollected?]at this time, he the said Philip Wimberg for & in consideration of one dollar to him in hand paid by the said Saml. Grisham at & before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt of which is here by acknowledged, has this day bargained [and sold?] and by these presents does bargain, sell and convey to the said Saml. Graham his excrs &c a negro woman named Mary [Ann?] together with her future increase to have & to hold to him the said Saml Grisham his excrs &c. forever [in trust?][nevertheless?] that he the said Saml. Grisham his excrs &c shall [permit?] the said Philip wimberg to remain in peaceable  & quiet possession of the said negro woman until required by the said Octavius George his excrs &c to sell the said negro woman and the upon this further trust that when so required he the said Saml.Grisham his excrs. &c (the said three bonds or either of them remaining the sum paid or any part thereof) shall sell the said negro woman after giving 15 days notice of the time & place of sale for ready money and out of the proceeds of sale after satisfying the costs of

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This indenture made and entered into this 19th day of november in the year 1855 between Philip Wimberg of the first part, Saml. Grisham of the second part and Octavius George of the third part witnesseth, that Whereas the said Octavius George is [bound?] as security for the said Wimberg to these several bonds, two executed to [Nelson?] Robinson for two hundred dollars each and one to John E George for one hundred dollars and whereas the said Wimberg is willing to secure & [illegible] harmless the said George as his security to the said bonds the dates of which are not [recollected?]at this time, he the said Philip Wimberg for & in consideration of one dollar to him in hand paid by the said Saml. Grisham at & before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt of which is here by acknowledged, has this day bargained [and sold?] and by these presents does bargain, sell and convey to the said Saml. Graham his excrs &c a negro woman named Mary [Ann?] together with her future increase to have & to hold to him the said Saml Grisham his excrs &c. forever [in trust?][nevertheless?] that he the said Saml. Grisham his excrs &c shall [permit?] the said Philip wimberg to remain in peaceable & quiet possession of the said negro woman until required by the said Octavius George his excrs &c to sell the said negro woman and the upon this further trust that when so required he the said Saml.Grisham his excrs. &c (the said three bonds or either of them remaining the sum paid or any part thereof) shall sell the said negro woman after giving 15 days notice of the time & place of sale for ready money and out of the proceeds of sale after satisfying the costs of