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

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Know all men by this presence that Mr. Everett R. Pullen and Addisen O.Yerly are held and firmly bound unto this Commonwealth of Virginia in the just and full sum of one hundred & thirty dollars to which payment will and truly to be made ever bind ourselves our heirs Executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents Given under our hands & seal this 18th day of October 1858 -

The conditions of the above obligation is such that whereas W. F. Brockenbrough an Overseer of the Poor of the County of Richmond hath bound to the above bound Everett R. Pullen and a free Negro Boy named George Jackson of the age of twelve years to be an apprentice with him the said Everett R. Pullen until the Said George Jackson shall attain the age of twenty one years -Now if the above Everett R. Pullen Shall pay to the Overseer of the poor of Richmond County the sum ten dollars a year for the 1st two years - fifteen dollars a year for the next three years, twenty dollars a year for the two years next after this, and twenty five dollars to George Jackson for the last year of his term of service, then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force and virtue.

Given under our hands and seal E.R. Pullen [Seal] A. O. Yerly [Seal] [Seal]