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

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In the County Court of Richmond County Monday the 1st day of March 1858. (Quarterly term)- On the motion of Everett R. Pullen, it is Ordered that William F. Brockenbrough, an Overseer of the Poor of this County bind unto him in separate indentures as apprentices according to law, George Jackson , a free negro orphan boy of the age of twelve years, and Olivia Ann Jackson, a free negro orphan girl of the age of thirteen years - It is further ordered that the said Everett R. Pullen be required to pay, for the boy to the Overseer of the Poor of this County, the sum Ten Dollars yearly for the first two years- then fifteen dollars a year for the next three years - twenty dollars a year for the two years next after this - and to the said boy twenty five dollars for the last year of his term of service - And further, that the said Everett R. Pullen pay unto the Said Overseer of the Poor, for the girl the sum of Twenty dollars for the last year of her term of service - And it is further ordered that the Overseer of the Poor aforesaid take bond with good and sufficient security, for the payment of the several sums herein mentioned, at the time each is payable -

A Copy Teste S. W. Pendleton, Clk