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Deposition of [illegible] Matthews
 
Deposition of [illegible] Matthews
  
This is to certify that Philip B. Matthews same to my house and asked me if same [illegible] about the year [illegible] I would walk with him to [illegible] [illegible] Walkers and after we got to [illegible] Walkers Philip B. Matthews sold Mr. Walker that he came for a settlement that his brother William's estate was suing him a crop of tobacco and the hire of a negroe woman [illegible] Mr. Walkers reply was Mrs. Matthew you told me that your brothers estate [illegible] you nothing for you intended to live with your sister as long as you lived and give all that you [illegible] to the family your death Philip B. Matthews replyd that he was treated
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This is to certify that Philip B. Matthews same to my house and asked me if same [illegible] about the year [illegible] I would walk with him to [illegible] [illegible] Walkers and after we got to [illegible] Walkers Philip B. Matthews sold Mr. Walker that he came for a settlement that his brother William's estate was suing him a crop of tobacco and the hire of a negroe woman [illegible] Mr. Walkers reply was Mrs. Matthew you told me that your brothers estate [illegible] you nothing for you intended to live with your sister as long as you lived and give all that you [illegible] to the family your death Philip B. Matthews replyd that he was treated so bad that he would not live with his sister and that they owed him for that crop of tobacco for the [illegible] of his negroe, [illegible] a conversation took [illegible] about a saddle that Philip B. Matthews bought belonging to the estate of [illegible] Matthews [deceased?] Philip Matthews told Mr. [illegible] Walker that he never would pay for the saddle unless they got it by law for his brothers estate

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Deposition of [illegible] Matthews

This is to certify that Philip B. Matthews same to my house and asked me if same [illegible] about the year [illegible] I would walk with him to [illegible] [illegible] Walkers and after we got to [illegible] Walkers Philip B. Matthews sold Mr. Walker that he came for a settlement that his brother William's estate was suing him a crop of tobacco and the hire of a negroe woman [illegible] Mr. Walkers reply was Mrs. Matthew you told me that your brothers estate [illegible] you nothing for you intended to live with your sister as long as you lived and give all that you [illegible] to the family your death Philip B. Matthews replyd that he was treated so bad that he would not live with his sister and that they owed him for that crop of tobacco for the [illegible] of his negroe, [illegible] a conversation took [illegible] about a saddle that Philip B. Matthews bought belonging to the estate of [illegible] Matthews [deceased?] Philip Matthews told Mr. [illegible] Walker that he never would pay for the saddle unless they got it by law for his brothers estate