Be it remembered That at a Court held for Greensville County at the Courthouse on Monday the Ninth Day of February in the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred and One, and Twenty Fifth year of the Commonwealth Before Nathaniel Rives Gent. and others Justices of the said Court, came John Walton by William W. Wilkins Gent. his Attorney and read to the Court the following forfeited Delivery Bond signed by George Woodlief, Alexander Madill, and John Goodwyn, and also the Notice given thereon in these words, to wit, “Know all Men by these presents that we George Woodlief Alexander Madill and John Goodwyn are held and firmly bound unto John Walton Assignee of Edward Dromgoole in the just and full Sum of Three Hundred and forty nine pounds Eighteen Shillings and Two pence to be paid unto the said John Walton his certain Attorney his heirs Executors Adm'tors or Assigns, to which payment well and truly to be made we do bind ourselves our heirs Executors and Administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals and dated this Twenty Second Day of January Anno Dom. One Thousand Eight Hundred and One.
The Condition of the above obligation is such that whereas John Walton Assignee of Edward Dromgoole hath sued out of the County Court of Greensville a writ of Fieri Facias against the Goods and Chattels of the above bound George Woodlief which writ with the legal Costs attending the same amounts to the Sum of One Hundred and Seventy Four pounds Nineteen Shillings and one penny, and whereas Isham Lundy Deputy Sheriff for William Sykes Sheriff of the said County by virtue of the said writ to the said Sheriff directed hath taken the following property belonging to the said George Woodlief to satisfy the same, to wit, Two Negro Men, [catchword] Moses