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William Parramore Jnr of lawful age being first duly sworn deposeth and saith, that in August 1828 John Bull was going to Norfolk to sell negroes for Bull & Mason and Bull at the request of the deponent deposited for him in Bank One Thousand Dollars and the deponent thinks, he paid the money to Charles Mason and he also thinks he paid to Mason in paying said $1000 - A note of Bull & Mason for $250. Wm Parramore J

The foregoing depositions of Wm P Custis, John G Joynes Wm R Custis and Wm Parramore Jnr were taken by me at the Clerk's Office in presence of the Attorney of the plaintiff and the defendant and his attorney after due notice this 6th day of July 1836 Tho R Joyner

Depositions of Wm P Custis, Wm R Custis, Jno G Joynes, Wm Parramore