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The affidavit of David Talley taken this 22d day of January 1813. The deponent deposeth and sayeth that he is well acquainted with the Land on Seneca Creek. Belonging to the Estate of David Terrell Dec'd as he Lived with the widdow of the said decd on the plantation and then with Joel Yancey as an overseer two years when he had the Land during which time the Land was Cut and much Injured and the part cut never put under a good Fence such a one as might be called a make shift only. The Manner a Verry find one was put in Tobacco and left by the said Yancey in a Corn Field. Given under my Hand this day & year above written. David Talley

Question. did you not cut the Land on the North Side for a considerable distance on Philip Paynes Line. Answer I did by the directions of Yancey.

Question Was the Meadow considered a Valuable one. Answer It was considered as such and more particular by Mrs Terrell herself as it aforded a great quantity of fine Grass. Campbell County Sc.

This day David Talley before me a Justice of the Peace for the said county and made oath to the above affidavits & questions. Given under my Hand this day & date above written. Jesse Burton