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Jackson, George (M, 12): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Richmond County

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appertaineth and that the said Pullen shall also find and allow to the said apprentice sufficient meat, drink, apparel, washing, lodging and all other things needful or mat. for an apprentice during the term aforesaid, and moreover pay to the said Overseer of the poor the sum of [twenty four crossed out] dollars per annum for the 1st two years from the date of the order of Court aforesaid then fifteen dollars a year for the three years next after the 1st two, twenty dollars a year for the two years next after the time above written, And to the said Boy twenty five dollars for the last year of his term of service, Witness the following signatures & seals

W.F. Brockenbrough Seal E. R. Pullen Seal [crossed out signature]


Overseer of Poor

with } Indenture

E.R. Pullen

binding George Jackson

Filed in Clerks Office by Wm. F. Brockenbrough 18th October 1860

Teste F. W. Pendleton, Clk.