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Robin: Chancery Cause, Fauquier County (Part 3 of 4)

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The parties interested in the decree of which the written is a copy, will take notice that on the 16th day of November 1839, at ten o'clock in the morning of that day, at the late residence of William Hunton decd. I shall proceed to ascertain which of the slaves of the said William Hunton decd. are willing to accept, upon the terms stated in the will of the said William Hunton decd. the freedom thereby tendered to them. At which time and place they will attend. John Marr, Comr. of the court

Fauquier County, to wit: John Marr made oath before me a justice of the peace for the said county, that on 22nd. day of October 1839, he delivered to Thomas S. Moore guardian as within, a copy of the foregoing notice and decree. Given under my hand this 18th day of November 1839 Thos. J. Withers [Middle Section of the Page Vertically Aligned]


vs } Notice to Thomas L. Moore Guardian