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George W. Washington vs. J.B. Slaughter, Trustee, etc.: Chancery Cause, King William County (Part 2 of 2)

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46 Washington v. Slaughter, Trustee, &c.

and described, to the highest bidder, for cash, as to a sum sufficient to pay off said notes, with any and all interest that may be accrued thereon, expense of sale and costs of executing this deed, if then unpaid, and upon such terms as to the residue as said Benjamin N. Robinson, his heirs or assigns may prescribe; and in the event of a page 86 } failure on the part of said Robinson, his heirs, or assigns to make any provision of said residue, then upon such terms as shall appear to the said trustee to be most beneficial to the interests of all parties concerned. Witness the following signatures and seals the day and year first above written BEN. N. ROBINSON. [Seal.] L. H. ROBINSON [Seal.]

Virginia, King William county, to-wit. This day personally appeared before me, the undersigned, one of the commissioners in chancery of the county court of King William county, Benjamin N. Robinson, the grantee in the foregoing deed, and acknowledged the same before me in the county aforesaid. Given under my hand as commissioner as aforesaid this 10th day of January, 1870, WM. E. HART, Com.

Virginia, King William county, to-wit: page 87 } This day personally appeared before the undersigned, one of the commissioners in chancery of the county court of King William county, Lucy H. Robinson, the wife of Benjamin N. Robinson, whose names are signed to the foregoing deed, and being examined by me privily and apart from her husband, and having the writing aforesaid fully explained to her, she acknowledged the same to be her act and deed, and declared that she had willingly executed the same, and does not wish to retract it. Given under my hand as commissioner aforesaid this 11th day of January, 1873. WM. E. HART, Com.

Washington v. Slaughter, Trustee, &c. 47

In King William county court clerk's office, January 13, 1873. This deed of trust was produced, and, together with the certificates of acknowledgment annexed, admitted to record. Teste, O. M. WINSTON, Clerk. A copy—teste, O. M. WINSTON, Clerk March 31st, 1875. A copy—teste, GEO. L. CHRISTIAN, C. C.