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Somerset County Judicial Records, 1740-1742
Volume 861, Page 56b   View pdf image
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              March Court                                   1740                                56

Edmond Gill
  bound to
John Kellum

Edmond Gill an Orphan Is bound Out by the Court here of his own assent an apprentice according to
act of assembly in Such Case made and provided unto John Kellum of Somerset County Cordwainer untill he arrives
                   At the age of Twenty One Years he being Fifteen Years of age the Last day of July next Ensuing the said apprentice to serve
his said master the full term aforesaid during which term the said apprentice his said Master well and faithfully he shall serve his secrets
keep his Commandments Lawfully and honestly every ^where^ willingly he shall doe and in all things as good and faithfull apprentice shall demean
himself towards his said Master and his during the term af.d &c

                         In Consideration of which Service the said John Kellum present here in Court in his proper person Covenanteth with the Justices
of the same Court in Court Judicially sitting in manner and form following that is to say that the said John Kellum during the term
af.d shall and will Learn his said apprentice the trade of a Cordwainer and to read write and Cypher as far as the rule of three Inclusive
and at the Expiration of his Servitude give him a set of Cordwainers tooles and Likewise provide for his said apprentice meat drink
washing Lodging and Cloathing sufficient for such apprentice to have and ware during the term af.d &c

                Whereupon the said John Kellum is ordered to give Security to Comply ^with^ the Covenants af.d       Thereupon the said
John Kellum together with Jonathan Sturgiss of Somerset County planter his Security present here in Court in their proper persons acknowledged
themselves Indebted unto the said Edmond Gill in thirty pounds Current money of maryland of their bodys goods or Chattles Lands or
tenements Severally to be made and Levied to the use of the said Edmond Gill his heirs and assigns  If it happen that the said John
Kellum do not during the term af.d Learn his said apprentice the trade of a Cordwainer and to read write and Cypher as far as the rule of three
Inclusive and ^do not^ at the Expiration of his Servitude give him a set of Cordwainers tooles and do not provide for his said apprentice meat
drink washing Lodging and Cloathing sufficient for such an apprentice to have and ware during the term af.d &c


                   Ordered that Elizabeth Marvell a poor woman aflicted with a greivous Malady and having
nothing to support her selfe with all be allowed four pounds Curr.t money of Maryland at the Laying of the County Levy
next November &c


             Ordered that John White of Annamessex be allowed thirty Shillings Curr.t money of Maryland
for the keeping of a Certain Negro Boy three months after the death of Goiles Bashaw which did belong to the said Goiles
which money to be raised the next Levy Court &c


                Jack a negro Slave of Samuel Hitch of Somerset County planter being Guilty of Runing away and
Rambling and riding of Horses at night on application made to this Court according to act of assembly in such provided
                   It is Ordered that the Sheriffe of the County aforesaid take the said Negro Jack to the publick whiping
whiping post and there give him thirty stripes on the bare back well Laid on untill the Blood appear and that he be
Taken &.a      And afterwards in the Same Court Came the said Sher and made return that he had whip'd the said Negro
Jack with thirty Stripes on the Bare back well Laid on untill the blood did appear at the publick whiping post &.a  thereupon
the said Negro Jack is discharged and remanded ^back^ to his Masters Service &c


Upon the motion of Col George Dashiell on behalfe of  his Negro woman a slave Named Beck to be tax free she being
an ancient and past her Labour &a   Therefore it is Considered by the Court here that the aforesaid Negro Beck
be tax free for the future according to the Motion aforesaid of the aforesaid George Dashiell &a


 
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