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Petition of Ann, Queen of the Pamunkey Indians, 1718 Nov. 1.

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Abstract

Contains a petition of Ann, Queen of the Pamunkey Indians, to Lieutenant Governor Alexander Spotswood, asking that the lieutenant governor not grant any patents for more land adjoining the Pamunkey Town. According to the petition, Hugh Owen obtained a patent for three hundred and ten acres and Philip & George Sutherland obtained a patent for three hundred acres both in the bounds of their town.