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Hughe, John E., etc. v. Bruin, Joseph, etc.: Chancery Cause, Arlington County

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which he had bought her from me. Do you know whether or not she had any child or children while in Vaccari's possession. Answer. I believe she had one. Mrs. Vaccari told me frequently that she had one. I saw the child with her. Mrs Vaccari admitted to me before the sale of the woman that she had had a child - and also after the sale. Do you know the name of the child. Answer. It was Mary Catharine. They called her after their two daughters. Do you know what has become of Mary Catherine. Answer. I believe she was sold. To whom was she sold? and by whom? Answer. She was sold to Mr. Simpson - By Mrs or Mr Vacarri - for they admitted it alternately. Was she sold to Bruin for life of for a term of years. Answer. I can't answer that question. I dont know what arrangement was made. Mr Vaccari and myself called at Mr Bruins. Mr Vaccari asked for Mr. Simpson and Mr. Bruin said that he was in Virginia but would return that evening. She then