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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 James Reyburn to appear before the Justices of our County Court of Montgomery at the courthouse, on the fifth day of this court next, to testify and the truth to say in behalf of Nanny Pege & als in a certain matter of controversy, in our said Court, before our said Justices depending and undetermined between them plaintiffs and John Hook & al Defendants And this he shall in no wise omit, under the penalty of £100. And have then there this writ: Witness, Charles Taylor clerk of our said Court, at the courthouse, the 6th day of September 1803 In the 28th year of the Commonwealth. T Bowyer DCMC