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Wiatt: Chancery Cause, Campbell County (Part 2 of 7)

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Capt Perkins being sick - sent these negroes to me - to be paid out of any funds in our control - to the extent of $15 each - M. & Speed Received from C. L. Mosby who pays it for R. Perkins adm'r of Jesse Wood dec'd $15 - to cash of [illegible] - making $120 in all being as such paid according to the decree of the Circuit Court of Campbell, authorizing a [percente?] allowance to [illegible] 2nd Octo: 1854 Albert his X mark Wood for himself - Catherine & Pauline Griffin his X mark Wood for himself - Wallas & Mary Ann as John his X mark Wood, James his X mark Wood 1854 Octo: 31 - Rec'd from C. & Mosby $15 each of us, making $30 - a part [pencente?] allowance Wiatt Wood Witness Dick Wood, T. J. Kirkpatrick, W W Mortz as to F. Wood 1854 Nov: 16 Rec'd from C. L. Morty fifteen dollars as paid the others - Fayett his X mark Wood