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Jack, etc., Trustee of v. Vass, Exr. of Philip E.: Chancery Cause, Halifax County (Part 2 of 2)

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In pursuance of a decretal order of the County Court of Halifax, We the undersinged Commissioners have divided the slaves belonging to the Estate of Philip Vass dec'd into four equal parts & have allotted to James P Vass adr Negro Man Anthony 500.00

" Man Peter 475.00
" Woman Cloe 50.00
" Boy Anderson 150.00 

To receive of Philip E. Vass Exor 6.25 $1181.25 To George B. Ewing Lot No 2 Negro Man William 500.00 " Boy Jackson 400.00

" woman Pamelia 250.00 

To receive of Philip E. Vass exor 12.50

" receive of Edwd Womack 18.75 $1181.25 

To Philip E Vass est Lot No 3. Negro Man Sam 525.00 " Boy Merryweather 300.00

" Woman Patty 200.00 

" Girl Matilda 175.00 To pay to James P Vass adm. $6.25 $1200.00 " pay to George B. Ewing 12.50 18.75 1181.25 To Edward Womack Lot No 4. Negro Man Caleb 525.00 " Boy Martin 350.00

" Boy Dick 325.00 

To pay George B. Ewing 18.75 $1181.25 All of which we respectfully submitt to the Court Given under our hands the 29th day of