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Johnston, John J. v. Mitchell, William A., etc.: Chancery Cause, Warren County (Part 3 of 4)

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7. One of John N. Sowers and James H. Sowers to Robert C. Mitchell dated 21st Jany. 1841, for the payment of seven hundred & twenty dollars, seven 1/2 cents ($720.07 1/2) three years after date; and; 8. One of the same parties to the same dated 21 Jany. 1841 for the payment of the same amount four years after date, except a remnant of one hundred & thirty four dollars, ninety seven and a half cents of the interests upon this bond the day it becomes due. Now in order to guarantee the ultimate solvency & payment of these bonds with the exceptions above mentioned to the said Wm Green (provided he uses due diligence about the collection of them) I hereby assign to him the within deed of trust, and the five last bonds thereby secured as a collateral security for that purpose. John J. Johnston Culpeper County Court Clerks Office 10th February 1841. This indenture and this assignment thereof thereon endorsed, was this day acknowledged by William A. Mitchell, Robert C. Mitchell, John J Johnston and William Green parties thereto respectively, and admitted to record.


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