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Sarah: Chancery Cause, Bedford County (Part 1 of 4)

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Memorandom the Commissioners charge for their attendance respecting the Settlement of the within acct. as followeth to wit: David Sanders $11 7 daays John Otey 12 6 days Isaac Otey 8 4 days Porter H Mitchell charge nothing Thomas Lumpkin 6 3 3 days NB. The Services of the Executor for Collection & are submitted to the Court by the Commissioners they conceiving it was not their province to make the allowance. David Sanders, Thomas Lumpkin, John Otey, Isaac Otey, Wm Porter November 28 1810 [illegible] of Haynes Estat with Executor Report of Commissioners