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

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Court will by their decree direct that the said Wm Gray shall be compeled to settle his accounts as executor of the estate of the said Thomas Haynes, and that he be compeled to pay to your complainents who are over the age of twenty one years, their divident of the money or Bonds that is in his hands, and which is belonging to the estate of the said Thomas Haynes, and your complainents further pray that the said Wm Gray may be compeled to pay unto Thomas Logwood the Guardian of those under the age of twenty one years, their respective devidents in order that they may be supported from the interest thereof, and that the complainents may receive such further relief in the premises as may be agreeable equaty, and your complainents will ever pray. Sarah & al vs Haynes's Exor } Bill 1809 Act Bill filed 1810 March ansr filed Rep'l & Com Aug Ent order Sep Set for hearing