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Lucinda: Freedom Suit, Fauquier County (Part 3 of 4)

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Exhibit B - referred to in answer The Estate of Genl. John R. Wallace deceased In account with Chr: Neale, the admor: 1851 Augt. 30 -- By amount Sales personal property sold on a credit of six months and due March 3 '52 $276.26 1852 Jany 20th -- By Cash of Mrs. R. H. Foote, for hire of Lucinda 20.00 Feby 20 -- By amount of Klotz Note -- 213.63 . By Int. thereon from 8th January 1850, until Feby 20 '52--2 yrs one month & 12 days 26.00 [total] $535.89

Charges Recording Will & State Tax $2 Expense of admr $4.07 Funeral expenses & carrying corpse to Warrenton 108.29 Keep of Horse, until day of sale at 25 cts per day 8.25 Sundry drayages .25 Miller's Bill [Lien] 4.92 Enoch Darrey's ditto [lien] 7.50 Nancy Beckley nursing &c 5.83 Shaw = House Rent where Wallace died & left his chattles 4.44 Three Appraisers $3 each 9.00 In [illegible], adver: admn: 3:00 [total] $157.65 over --