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John Tayloe vs. William Willis, etc.: Chancery Cause, Lynchburg City (Part 1 of 2)

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Charlotte County to wit This day Richard Dabbs came before me a Justice of the peace for the said county and made oath that the facts contained in the foregoing answer so far as they are stated to be in his own knowledge are true & so far as they are stated to be in the knowledge of others he believes them to be true given under my hand & seal this 6th day of Janry 1820 Isaac Read {Seal} 3 Tayloe vs Willis } Ans. Dabbs 12 January 1820 960 words