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Izell, John v. Izell, Samuel: Judgment, Brunswick County

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Know all men by these presents that we Samuel Ezell & Charles Floyd are held firmly bound and James Fletcher Shff of Brunswick County in the sum of two hundred pounds to be paid unto the said Shff his certain Attorney his heirs exors admors or assigns to which payt. well and truly to be made we bind ourselves over and each of our Heirs exors & admors jointly & severally & firmly by these presents sealed with our seales & dated this 12 day of August 1794 The condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bounds Samuel Ezell do make his appearance before the judges of our said district Court at the Courthouse of said County on the first day of the next Court Then and there to answer the suit of John Ezell of a plea of detinue for a Negroe man named Cain of the value of one hundred pound then the above obligation to be void ortherwise to remain in force & virtue Witness of J H Harrison (A copy Test Jn Greene DS) Samuel X his mark Ezell {Seal} Charles Floyd {Seal}