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Joseph Dillard vs. Adms. of Thomas Clasby: Chancery Cause, Amherst County (Part 2 of 4)

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The affidavit of Saml D Williams of lawfull age taken at the store of Horsley and Fariss in the Town of Bent Creek agreeable to notice to be read as evidence in an Injunction depending in the County Court of Amherst between Joseph Dillard Plaintiff and William Bourn and Creed C Carter administrators de bonis non of the estate of Thomas Clasby de'd. the affiant being first duly sworn, saith, that in the year of Eighteen Hundred and nineteen, I got slightly frost bit in both of my feet. I thought at first that I was slightly bit by the frost, but a while afterward I began to doctor them, and I had two desperate soore feet, which remand so for some time = at lenghth the sores cured up, but now at times they break out and are vary sore - and further this affiant saith not - Saml. D. Williams Buckingham County To wit Sworn to before me this 14 day of May 1825 Wm Walton