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Tucker, Jesse v. Raines, Heartwell: Judgment, Brunswick County

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The deposition of Amey Hill of the County of Prince George taken at the house of Abraham Lee in the County of Sussex According to notice on the 14th day of April 1795 in a suit depending in Brunswick District Court between Jesse Tucker Plaintiff vs. Hartwell Rains Deft. This Depondant being of Lawful age & [duly?] Sworn deposeth & saith, that she was at the sale of the estate of Abraham Tucker, when after selling the Personal Estate the Security for the widows Admr. called, for a negro Man named Jack to be sold upon which the Administratix forewarned the said negro's being sold several different times, that Hartwell Rains the defendant Offer, & to Indemnify the Sale of the negro & give Bond with his Father Security, or any Other sufficient Security such as would clear them & further this deposeth saith she doth not recollect whether it was before or after the Sale or at what time of the Day & further this deposeth saith not

Amy Hill X her mark Sussex Sct.

The above deposition sworn to this day & year above Writen [Written]

John Tryvant Pleasant Hunnicutt