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Benja. Roberts humbly sherveth
 
Benja. Roberts humbly sherveth
 
That the petr’s. father John Roberts did in the year 1724 enter for and survey four hundred acres of land in Spotsylvania County in the fork of Rappa. River, and on both sides of the mountain run, up on the encouragemt. of the Kings Bounty the platt whereof the said John returned into the secretary’s office, and soon after departed this life. And by his last will and testament did devise the sd. land to the petr. who was then an infant, and by reason of his continuing a minor for sevl. years thereafter, no patent hath ever issued for the said land
 
That the petr’s. father John Roberts did in the year 1724 enter for and survey four hundred acres of land in Spotsylvania County in the fork of Rappa. River, and on both sides of the mountain run, up on the encouragemt. of the Kings Bounty the platt whereof the said John returned into the secretary’s office, and soon after departed this life. And by his last will and testament did devise the sd. land to the petr. who was then an infant, and by reason of his continuing a minor for sevl. years thereafter, no patent hath ever issued for the said land
Wherefore he humbly prays a patent may now be granted him for the same
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Wherefore he humbly prays a patent may now be granted him for the same  
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And he shall pray etc.

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To the honble. William Gooch Esqre. his maty’s. Lieut. governor in council Benja. Roberts humbly sherveth That the petr’s. father John Roberts did in the year 1724 enter for and survey four hundred acres of land in Spotsylvania County in the fork of Rappa. River, and on both sides of the mountain run, up on the encouragemt. of the Kings Bounty the platt whereof the said John returned into the secretary’s office, and soon after departed this life. And by his last will and testament did devise the sd. land to the petr. who was then an infant, and by reason of his continuing a minor for sevl. years thereafter, no patent hath ever issued for the said land Wherefore he humbly prays a patent may now be granted him for the same And he shall pray etc.