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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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The Commonwealth of Virginia, to the sheriff of page county--greeting: you are hereby commanded to summon Negro Lucy, who was emancipated by the will of Raphael Conn decd. to appear before the Judge of our Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery for the County of Page, at the Court-house of the said County on the first Monday in June at Rules in the Clk's office to answer a bill in Chancery exhibited against her and others in the said Court by Raphael M. Conn exor. of Raphael Conn decd. and unless she shall answer the said bill within four months thereafter, the Court will take, the same for confessed, and decree accordingly: And this she shall in no wise omit under the penalty of £100. And have then there this writ. Witness William A Harris, Clerk of our said Court, at the Court- house aforesaid, on the 31 day of May 1833, and in, the 57 year of the Commonwealth.

Wm. A. Harris C.C.

[The Sheriff is requested to note, in his return, the time of executing this process.]