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Exr of Raphael Conn v. Mary J. Conn, etc.: Chancery Cause, Page County (Part 1 of 2)

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growing on the land at the time of testators death and the whole proceeds of the personal estate except the negroes will not be sufficient to pay the debts. Your orator has also hired out the negroes emancipated by his testator for the purpose of paying the debts. But your Orator [illegible] some difficulty in dividing under the will, whether the said negroes