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Petition of George Rogers and others, 1768 Dec. 23.

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Abstract

Contains a petition of George Rogers, John Winston, Phillip Pendleton, John Hawkins, William Plumer Thurston, John Todd, John Rice, Nathaniel Pendleton, Bernard Moore, William Overton, Winston Joseph Rogers, John Rogers, William Smith, Augustine Moore, John Pendleton, James Winston, Lewis Webb, Benajmin Lewis, Henry Pendleton, John Page, Jr., Warner Lewis, Jr., Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Strachan, John Walker, Alexander Donald, John Johnson, Patrick Morton, Richard Surls, Joseph Coleman, Ambrose Powell, James Boyd, Edward Green, Edward Brown, Thomas Dowel, John McColley, Peter Ferguson, John Sutton, Joseph Hail, Edward Baber, William Shinall, Thomas White, William Dandridge, Jr., Isaac Davis, Mordecai Hord, & William Carr to Governor Norborne, Baron de Botetourt, asking for leave to take up & survey forty-five thousand acres of land lying on the eastern side of the Ohio River on the lower side of the Little Kanawha River having lately been recognized by the Six Nations of Indians. The petition is unsigned.