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Proceedings of the County Court of Charles County, 1658-1666
Volume 53, Page 397   View pdf image (33K)
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           Charles County Court Proceedings, 1662-1666.     397
     Capt James Neall atturney   The Plantiue aresting Liber B
      to William Brenton and William    the defendant in an ac
      Sand ford Plantiue         tion of debt Prefereth
     Cap Josias fendall And Robert his Petition bill and let
       IIendly as Administrators to     ter of Atturney as f ol
      Captaine Christopher Russell defendants loweth

      To the Worshipfull Commissioners of Charleses Countie the
     humble petition of James neale Esq Sheweth
      Whearas Capt Christopher Russell deceased did owe unto William
     Brenton of Newengland Marchant whos Atturney your Petitioner [p. 175]
     now is the sum of seauen hundered and fourteene pounds of tobacco
     and Caske as by bill may appear The Premisses Considered Con
     sidered your petitioner Craueth order of this Court that the Execu
     tors of the sayd Capt: Russell may Pay the sayd debt and your peti
     tioner shall pray

      Bee it knowne unto all men by thees Presants that William Sanford
     Atturney of William Brenton marchant haue maed Constituted or
     dayned and appoynted and by thees Presants doe make ordaine Con
     stitute and appoynt Capt James Neale Esq to bee my trew lawfull
     and Certaine Atturney for mee and in my name and in the name
     and behoofe of Mr William Brenton Marchant to Aske demand leuie
     recouer and receaue of the Administrator or Administratrix of Cap
     tame William Batten and of the heirs Executor or Administrators
     of Captain Christopher Russell all such sum or sums of tobacco or
     Pomke as shall bee maed appear to bee dew from the sayd Parties unto
     my self of Mr William Brenton aforsayd and what lawfull act or
     thing owr sayd Atturney shall lawfully doe in or about the Premisses
     I doe hearby bind my self and Mr William Brenton aforsayd to ratifie
     Confirm affirme and allow of to bee good Law full and iust as if I my
     self wear thear personally Presant and did the same in witnes whearof
     I haue hearto put my hand and seale this 16th day of Aprill 1663
     Sealed and Scigned            Witt Sanford 0
      in the Presence of us
         Thomas Hussey
         Tho:  Bennet
         James Neale

      This bill bindeth mee Christopher my heirs and Assignes to pay or
     Cause to bee payd unto Mr William Brenton his heirs or Assignes
     the sume of seauen hundered and fourteene pounds of tobacko and
     Caske at my now dwelling Plantation one Wicokomeco Riuer at or [p. 176]
     upon the tenth of October next ensuing the daet hearof in witnes
     whearof I haue hearunto set my hand this 12th of february Ao 1660
     Testes Robert Robins          Christopher Russell
         James   Boulin his marke

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Proceedings of the County Court of Charles County, 1658-1666
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