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Alfred: Freedom Suit, Prince Edward County (Part 3 of 7)

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by the oaths James H Cox and continued for further proof. And in said court July the 8th 1850 the two last codicils were proved by the oath of Joseph Good as subscribing witness and ordered to be recorded. And in said court October the 14th 1850 on motion of Wilkins Hall one of the Executors Therein named who entered bond with security conditioned as the law directs and took the oath required by law certificate is granted him for obtaining probat of said Will in due form Teste Silas Cheatham, C. A Copy, Teste Wm. T. Beasley, D. C. Copied from a copy S.S.M