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Phillis: Freedom Suit, Montgomery County (Part 12 of 20)

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Proves Floras Marriage to Ex about May or June 1787 that she lived from that time about 15 months in Southwood when she disappeared in Sept'r or Oct 1782 with a child a girl in the meantime born Eunice Andrew &c. vs. Charltons admr &c } Deposition Stiles Depo 1846 April 8 returned under seal The defts receipt to this Depos for some reason they except to Sarah Nelson's & also because witness gives in evidence the hearsay of a negro. The depo is not subscribed Defnts Sam'l S. Cowles Justice of Peace