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Echols, Peregrine v. Leftwich, Exrs. of Thomas: Chancery Cause, Lynchburg City (Part 1 of 5)

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for Said Flannagan and had Taken his Girl Bettey in Pawn for the money and had promised Flannagan that he might redeem her at any time during his Life but that he Supposed he managed his affairs So badly that he never woud. be able to do it, and further this deponant Sayeth not James Echols

The above deposition Subscribed and Sworn to before us at the Tavern of Wm Terry in Town of Liberty the Day and Date above mentioned Wm R Jones JP A Otey JP