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Thomas Appleberry vs. John Quarles: Chancery Cause, Fluvanna County (Part 2 of 3)

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Major John Quarles Sir I hereby give you notice that I shall proceed to take the Depositions of Richard Hockney, William Pasteur, and William Tompkins at the taver of Mr William Pasteur at Fluvanna Court house on Wednesday the 10th day of this instant, between the hours of nine clock in the morning and six oclock in the evening of the same day. Also at the tavern of Mr Kendall Lee in Columbia I shall proceed to take the Deposition of Benjamin Weaver, Archibald Snead, William Appleberry Senr, William Appleberry jr, John Evans, James A. Appleberry, Nathaniel Appleberry, Robert Quarles and William J Stone on Saturday the 13th day of this instant, between the hours of nine o'clock in the morning and six o'clock in the evening of the same day. Also at the store of Mr [blank] Jones on the Canal near the public Warehouse in the city of Richmond I shall proceed to take the Deposition of William Cooper on monday the 15th of this instant between the hours of nine o'clock in the morning and six o'clock in the evening of the same day. Also at the tavern of Mr William Brown in the town of Warren I shall proceed to take the Deposition of Benjamin Johnson and John Appleberry on Saturday the 20th of this instant between the hours of nine o'clock in the morning and six o'clock in the evening of the same day; to be read as evidence in support of a Bill in chancery in the County court of Fluvanna wherein I am plaintiff and you as Executor of Duncan McLauchlan decd are Defendant at which time and places you may attend if your think proper.

May 1st 1809                                                             Your humble St
                                                                                 Thomas Appleberry