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Deposition of Henry Lenard, 1750 May 18.

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Augusta SC The Examination of Hennery Lenard of this County taken before me William Harbison one of his majesties Justices of the peace for sd County this Eighteenth Day of May 1750. This examinant saith that about the last week of April in the year 1749 there came seven indians to the house of Adam Herman of this County and Did Rob the sd house of Nine Deer Skins & one Elk Skin the next day came six indians & did Rob the sd house of fourteen Deer Skins & one Elk Skin and the next day folowing there came a number of indians to the said house and Did Rob or take out of it Seventy three Deer Skins & five Elk Skins & twenty seven pounds of leather and two Buck Skins in Pachment. This examinant saith this and further saith not. Sworn before me Will: Harbison

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