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Petition of Joseph Cabell and others, 1769 Dec. 27.

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    Needs Review
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    Needs Review

Abstract

Contains a petition of Joseph Cabell, Joseph Cabell, Jr., Nicholas Cabell, William Megginson, William Horsley, Robert Horseley, John Horsley, William Hopkins, James Hopkins, Samuel Burks, Cornelius thomas, John Thomas, Jeffrey Thomas, Jesse Allen, Samuel Allen, James Thomas, James Thomas, Jr., Henry Hopson, Samuel Hopson, John Hughs, Joseph Hornsby, Edward Harris, John Harris, Thomas Harris, John Davis, John Warberton, Benjamin Warberton, Cary Wilkinson, Emanuel Taylor, Joseph Turner, William Cabell, Jr., Samuel Jordan Cabell, William Cabell, minor, Landen Cabell, Hector Cabell, John Cabell, John Cabell, Jr., George Cabell, Frederick Cabell, Hugh Innes, Robert Innes, Harry Innes, James Innes, James Buchanan, Favaner Beal, Abraham Hite, Jr., Joseph Hite, Thomas Harman, Benjamin Hains, Joseph Hains, Ebenezer Severas, Philip Ross, Felix Seymour, Isaac Hite, Isaac Hite, Jr., John McDonel, Abel Randle, and Garret Van Meter to Governor Norborne, Baron de Botetourt, asking for leave to take up & survey sixty thousand acres of land on the east side of the Ohio River lately recognized by the Six Nations of Indians. The petition is unsigned.