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Reuben: Chancery Cause, Bedford County

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In pursuance of a decree of the County Court of Bedford made at the the November term thereof in the year 1842 in the case of Neal etc. vs Neal etc. the undersigned a Commissioner appointed by the said Court [illegible] having advertised the time and place of sale in conformity with the said decree, did proceed on the [blank] day of [blank] 1842 to sell on the premises to the highest bidder at public auction for cash the tract of land in the bill and proceedings mentioned, and Herbert Gibbs being the highest bidder became the purchaser thereof at the price of three dollars per acre and there being 80 acres the sale amounted to two hundred and forty dollars which amount the said Herbert Gibbs paid to the undersigned in money

William Terry