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Ned: Freedom Suit, Charles City County (Part 6 of 6)

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(6) Amount Brot over 1835 To 6 p Cent Commission upon Receipts 3.60 Cr By Rent of the Land for 1835 & due 1st of January 1836 $60.00 By amount of balance due the Est. of Geo. Moore 1st Jany 1835 126,76 Interest upon balance until 1st of January 1836 7.60 194.36 Balance due the Estate of Geo. Moore the 1st January 1836 $190.76 1836 To 6 p Cent Commission upon Receipts 3.60 Cr By Rent of the Land for 1836 and due 1st January 1837 $60.00 By balance due the Estate of George Moore 1st January 1836 190.76 Interest upon balance until 1st January 1837 11.44 262.20 Balance due the Estate of Geo. Moore the 1st January 1837 $258.60 1837 To 6 p Cent Commission upon Receipts 3.60 By Rent of the Land for 1837 & due 1st of January 1838 60.00 By balance due the Estate of Geo. Moore decd. the 1st January 1837 $258.60 Interest upon balance until 1st January 1838 15.51 334.11 Balance due the Estate of Geo. Moore decd 1st January 1838 $330.51 1838 To 6 p Cent Commission upon Receipts 3.60 Cr. By Rent of the Land for 1838 and due 1st January 1839 $60.00 By balance due the Estate of George Moore decd 1st January 1838 330.51 Interest upon balance until 1st January 1839 19.83 410.34 Balance due the Estate of Geo. Moore decd the 1st January 1839 $406.74 D An account of the amounts Received by John Summerson belonging to the Plaintiffs and in this Suit and how the same has been disbursed to wit. 1842 To this sum paid F. Collier and John L. Groom for carrying the chain upon Surveying Land $4.00 6 p Cent Commission upon Receipts 4.10 Cr 8.10 By amt. recde of Wm. Chapman for his bond passed by John Mann the former Trustee $65.00 By Cash Received of John Mann former Trustee 3.39 68.39 Balance due the Plaintiffs $60.29

Fee to the Commissioner for Eight Hours Services in the Settlement of the foregoing accounts at one dollar p Hour $8.00

P. T. Pollard Commr Oct 29th 1842