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Pegee, Nanny: Freedom Suit, Montgomery County (Part 1 of 2)

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The Commonwealth of Virginia to the sheriff of Montgomery county, greeting: We command you to Summon John Reybourn Senr Moses Dunlop Thomas Goodson Junr. Jonathan Isom and Thomas Prunty to appear before the Justices of our County Court of "[blank]" at the courthouse, on the fifth day of September court next, to testify and the truth to say in behalf of Nanny Pege & others in a certain matter of controversy, in our said Court, before our said Justices depending and undetermined between them plaintiffs and John Hook & Zachariah Stanley Defendants And this they shall in no wise omit, under the penalty of £100 each. And have then there this writ: Witness, Charles Taylor clerk of our said Court, at the courthouse, the 4th day of August 1803 In the 28th year of the Commonwealth. T Bowyer DCMC