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

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Dr. The Estate of Tho. Hayens dec'd. in a/c of Interest with W. Gray Cr 1810 Nov. 16 To Int. on £14.10.6, 24.9.7, 10.0.4 1/2, 50.5.9 1/2, 9.0.5, 108.6.8 from the 1st Jany 1807 25.3.6 " To ditto on £10.0.6 from the 2st Jany 1808 } 1.14.6 " To Balance carried to a/c current } 428.16.1 = £455.14.1 1810 Nov. 16 By Interest on v1606.4.0 from Jany 1807 } 373.8.10 By ditto on £494.6.9 from 1st Jany 1808 } 82.5.3 455.14.1