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Children of Augustine G. Monroe vs. James Monroe, trst., etc.: Chancery Cause, Loudoun County (Part 1 of 2)

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The answer of W. P. Rives to a bill of Complaint exhibited Agt him and others in the County Court of Loudoun by A. T. Monroe & others by Nathan Skinner their next friend This respondent making the usual & necessary reservations for answer to said bill says that he admits its material allegations & that he has not intermeddled with the property included in said deed is willing to surrender the interest he may have that any trustee may be substituted in his place and any disposition made of the property consistent with his safety submitting the whole matter to the Court being perfectly content so far as he is concerned a sale may be made as prayed for & an investment of the proceeds if such is approved by the Court & he prays to be hence dismissed &c