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Hill, Henry v. Taylor, Humphrey: Chancery Cause, Madison County (Part 3 of 10)

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Culpeper County to wit

 The annexed depositions of Fontain Stonesiffer & William G. Allen, were taken by me a Justice of the peace

in and for the county of Culpeper at the time and place and for the purpose mentioned in the caption of Fontain Stonesiffers deposition. and in the presence of J.C. Gibson attorney for Hill and John S. Barbour attorney for Taylor. Given under my hand & seal this 30th day of August 1844.

                                G.W.Jameson  seal

Hill vs Taylor Depositions of F Stonesiffer Wm. G. Allen

                             Received under seal and filed September 2d. 1844.
                              B.Cave  Clerk