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Rebecca Williams is the lawful widow of the said james williams, & as s is entitled to dover in anuy real-estate and to her [distributive?] shall in any hers and estate of which the said james williams died siezed and has [sealed?] and now having truly answered the complaint and to bill there [respondant?] pray hence [are?] dismissed with this reasonable calls is their what expended and they will [ruel?] play
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Rebecca Williams is the lawful widow of the said James Williams, & as such is entitled to dower in any real-estate and to her distributive share in any personal estate of which the said James Williams died seized and possessed. And now having fully answered the complainants bill, these respondents pray hence to be dismissed with their reasonable costs in their behal [behalf] expended, and they will ever pray &c.
Virginia elizabeth city county to wit  
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Booker [?]
this day personally appeared before we a holary public in and you the said county and state [tha dew?] williams and rebecca williams when made oath that all the allegations in the [peregainy?]  bill stated as coming william [illegible] awee knowlegde they know to be true and all aftertesting whom the knowledge as in [formation?] of others be believe to be there oliver wudel my land this 4th day of april a D 1879  
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heo burden
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Virginia, Elizabeth City County, to wit,
[wulany?] public.
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This day personally appeared before me a Notary Public in and for the said County and state, Thadeus Williams, and Rebecca Williams who made oath that all the allegations in the foregoing bill, stated as coming within their own knowledge, they know to be true, and all others resting upon the knowledge as information of others, be believes to be true. Given under my hand this 4th day of April A. D. 1879.
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Jno. Booker
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Notary Public.

Revision as of 17:51, 4 August 2021

Rebecca Williams is the lawful widow of the said James Williams, & as such is entitled to dower in any real-estate and to her distributive share in any personal estate of which the said James Williams died seized and possessed. And now having fully answered the complainants bill, these respondents pray hence to be dismissed with their reasonable costs in their behal [behalf] expended, and they will ever pray &c. Booker [?]

Virginia, Elizabeth City County, to wit, This day personally appeared before me a Notary Public in and for the said County and state, Thadeus Williams, and Rebecca Williams who made oath that all the allegations in the foregoing bill, stated as coming within their own knowledge, they know to be true, and all others resting upon the knowledge as information of others, be believes to be true. Given under my hand this 4th day of April A. D. 1879. Jno. Booker Notary Public.