Wills of the Hardy Family

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John Hardy 19 Jan 1719 16 Mar 1719 Chowan Co., NC. Brothers: William, Thomas, and Jacob Hardy. Daughters: Elizabeth and Mary. Wife & Executrix: Rebeccah. Other legatees: Katherine Stancell, Richard Pickering, John Butler, Executors: William Hardy, Thomas Pollock & Robert West. Wit: John Holbrook, Laurence Sarton, John Luerton. Proven before C. Eden. (Abstract of Wills 1690-1760, Grimes)

Will Of JOHN HARDY
In The Name of God Amen I John Hardy of Chowan in the Colony of North Carolina & C Beingweak in body Butt in perfect & sound mind and memory praise be therefore given to all mighty God Do Make and ordain this my present last will & Testam in manner & form following (That is to say) first & princapally I Commend my Soul into the hands of Allmighty God hoping through the Merrits death & passion on my Saviour Jesus Christ to have full & free Pardon & forgiveness of All my Sinns And I to Inherrett Everlasting Life, And My body I committ to the Earth to be Decently buried att the descretion of My Executors hereafter named, And as touching the Deposision of all Temporall which itt hath pleased almighty God to bestow on me I give & Disposes as followeth.
Item, I give unto my Loving Brother William Hardy one Black hors of five year ould, And the best shute of Cloaths I have, Allso my Buckanear gun. Item I give unto my brother Thomas Hardy one hundred acres of Land out of the tract he now Dwell on the upper side of the line Joyning Lewis Davis begining on the pococon then running up to the head of the line And one gray broad cloath coate’
Item, I give unto my brother Jacob Hardy One grey drugett coate
Item, I give unto katherine Stancell Widdow one cow & Calfe
Item, Richard Pickering one young mare two years ould
Item, I give ******* all Johnson other**** John Butler a certian debt of twent one pound for which I have his land mortaged, And I do hereby give him the said debt And also Discharge the said mortage.
Item, I give & bequeath unto my loving Daughter Elizibeth Hardy both my plantations lying on casiah river where Thomas Williamson now Dwell And contayning Six hundred & forty Acres Each as appears by the patents bearing the date november the forth 1707, Also another tract of Land over the casiah river called Henderson folly contayning four hundred and forty acres as appears by the pattent bearing the date April first 1719 Also I give unto my Daughter Elizibeth another tract of Land on the East side of rocquess contayning four hundred and twenty four acres Excepting the one hundred acres given to My brother Thomas.
Item I give unto my Daughter Elizibeth one tract of Light-wood land Lying on buclesbury swamp so running back to Esq Duckinfield line contayning five hundred acres as appears by the patent bearing date October 20, 1717 All which I give to my Daughter Elizibeth And her heirs Lawfully begotten of her body.
Item, I give unto my beloved daughter Mary Hardy This my mannor plantation where I now dwell contayning Six hundred and forty acres as appear by the patent bearing the date November 11, 1707 And allso another tract of Land Lying on the head of my said plantation And running to John Marshalls line contayning Six hundred & forty acres as appear by the patent bearing date 20 of July 1717 John Hardy
Allso I give unto my Daughter mary one plantation Lying on casiah river on the East contayning six hundred and forty acres as appears by the patent bearing the date November the first 1712. Allso I give unto my Daughter mary one plantation in the fork of casiah river where Mary Lee now Dwell contayning two hundred and five acres as appear by the conveyance from the patent All which lands & plantations I give & bequeath unto my said Daughter mary and her heirs Lawfully begotten of her body.
Item, I give unto my beloved wife Rebecah Hardy one tract of Land Lying a Long the pocoson or Buclesbury swamp contayning four hundred & seventy acres as appears by the pattent being dated October 19,1716 and called the gum swampAs allso another tract between David IIicks line to John Marshalls so along the pocosin side contayning Six hundred forty acres as appears by the patent bearing date 20 day of July 1717 All which said Land I give unto my wife Rebecah and to her Dispose. Now in case my wife Rebecah should be with child & Delivered within nine months from the date hereof: Then in such case being a son I give him this my mannor plantation And also the other tract on the head of itt both willed to my Daughter mary and also both my plantations on cashia river both willed to my Daughter Elizibeth And in case itt should be a daughter I will give her one plantation Lying on the East side of cashia river willied unto my daughter mary. Allso one tract of Land over the cashia River called Henderson folly willed unto my Daughter Elizibeth And in case of Death of Either my Daughters or a child that may be born in the time above mentioned the sirvivers shall Equally Divide the part of the Deceased both personall & Reall between them.
Item, I give unto my Daughter Elizibeth these negroes hereafter mentioned- Viz Scipio: grace Shapor: Mall & Morea with all their Increase unto her My daughter Elizibeth.
Item, I give unto my Daughter mary these negroes hereafter mentioned Viz kent Joane quasha & toney with all their Increase unto my said Daughter mary.
Item, I give unto my wife Rebecah these negroes hereafter mentioned Viz Jack: Nanney, george & Diddo and my half of hector & gommsore(?) and in case of a son oe daughter to have an Equall with the other children of all my personall Estate.
Item, my money in England I give Equally to be Divided between my wife & the children Each child having an Equall part with my wife.
Item, I give all my horsis cattle and sheep to be Equally Divided between my wife and the Children Each having an Equall part And while my wife shall remain a Widdow she has herby Liberty to kill out of all or any the stock of Cattle or Sheep for her family use.
Item, I give all my houshold Stuff and Toles both Within and without I give all Equally to be Divided between my wife & Chlidren Equally.
Item, I give unto my Daughter Elizibeth thirty pounds in publick money to pay the publick duea & quittrents of her Lands.
Item, I give unto my Daughter mary thirty pounds in publick money to pay the publick dues & quittrents of her Land.
Item, for all the rest of my publick bills, with my debts by bill account or any other ways whatsoever I wold have all Reserved to all my Just debts from me due to any person Now here I wold itt understood I wold have all my Just debts paid in pitch & not paper Excepting Elliots debt And that not Excepting they sue for the same And all over & Above paying my debts I give unto my wife Rebecah Hardy And in case my wife should marry I would have the negroes belonging to the children & Imployed on their own Lands & plantations wholy for their on benefit And the rest of their Estate to remain in their mothers hands: Excewpt my Executors see apparent cause to take itt away.
Lastly, I do hereby nominate and appoint my well beloved wife Rebecah Hardy Excutrix: And my well beloved Brother William Hardy And my trusty and well beloved friend Thomas Pollock Junior And my Trusty and well beloved friend Major Robert West my true & Lawfull ......these my forementioned friends all joyntly my true and Lawfull Executors to this my Last will & Testaments Revoking & Disanulling all other will & Testaments for null & Voide
In Witness whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand and fixed my Seall this nineteenth day of January and the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & nineteen And the sixth year of the Reign of our Soveragn Lord king George od Great Britian ffrance and Ireland King Defender of the faith contained in thre sheets of paper.
John Hardy ( Seal)
Signed Sealed Declared and Published as my last will & Testament in the preaence of
Hollbrook
Laurence Sarton
John Luberton
North Carolina (?) (?) By the Honble the Govenor
John Jollbrook came before me and made Oath that he see Mr. John Hardy Signe Seal and Publish rhw within will to be his last Will and Testam Given under my hand this 16th day March 1719
Charles Eden
Copied from the Original Will, filed in the office of Secretary of State.

Will of Michael Capehart 12 March 1778 proved February Court 1785. Michael named his son, Michael as executor and his wife, Frances, as executrix. Brother, George Capehart, and Borther-in-law, Wm Hardy, were named as Trustees. Witnesses were: Sarah Hardy, Martha Rasor and Sophia Rasor. (Cross Index to Bertie County Wills, recorded in Will Book D, pg. 18)

Thomas Sutton will - 11/3/1778 - Aug Court 1779 - son Thomas, Daughter Mary, sister Mary Hardy’s children, Brother-in-law William Jordan & William Hardy, Executors, Test.: Charles Hudson, Samuel Moore, Mary Sutton. (Page 355 - J.R. B. Hathaway’s Books)

WILL OF WILLIAM HARDY
In the Name of God Amen. I William Hardy of Bertie Co in the Province of NC Miller, being weak in body but of perfect mind & Memory. I thank the Almighty God for the same; do make and publish this to be my last Will and Testament, in Manner and form following: that is to say I Recommend my Soul to Almighty God that gave it Believing his most Gracious Acceptance of it, and my Body to the Earth to be Buried in a Christian Burial at the Discretion of my Executors: And as touching my worldly affairs I Order and dispose of them as follows.
First, I will & possitively Order that as soon as may be – document appears to be torn at next word – all my Debts may be paid
Then as touching such Worldly Estate as it hath Pleased God to Bless me with I desire to dispose of in the following manner (to wit) all my Personal Estate.
I will that it all should remain together without any Division for and during the term of ten years after my Decease to raise my Children & school them; But in case my wife marries or dies in this time; If she Marries then to be Divided, one third part to her, & the other two thirds to be equally divided among my Children. But if She dies before the time or before married, then all to be equally Divided among my Six sons as near as Possible according to Value, only contriving it so that my youngest son Benjamin should have the place where the Houses Stands & houses Reserving the use of the shed room of my new house that has a chimney to it to my Daughter Elizabeth till she marries. Let it be remembered that nothing herein contained shall debarr or hinder my wife with the consent of my Executors from lending to any one of my Children that shall marry within the term of ten years any thing they shall stand in need of not excluding what may be thought to be their Divident; And concerning my Land; if any of my Sons should die before they come to the age of one and twenty years or before they have any heirs, then his part of the Land to be divided among my Surviving Sons. At the end of ten years if no division before than all to be divided except my land the one third part to my wife & the rest to be equally divided among my children, each one that has had any thing the same to be allowed for in??? their Legesey Aqreeable to my Books. As to my land I desire that my wife should live upon it with her family during her natural life or Widowhood; and if my mother has a mind at any time in sickness or health to come and live with my wife and family it is my desire she should Let it be understood that it is my desire that my Daughters should have a proportionable part of my Estate though they have no land, with to my sons in Consideration of the Land.
Item, & Lastly I do Constitute and appoint my Brother Edward Hardy & my Brother Jesse Hardy my son Lamb Hardy & my son William Parrott Hardy Executors & my wife Sarah Hardy Executuix of this my last Will & Testament verifying and confirming this & no other to be my last Will & Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 6th day of December Anno Domino 1783.
(signed) Wm Hardy
Signed, sealed, declared to pro – smudged - in the presence of us, Thomas Johnson, Abraham (x) Lee, Stephen Lee

Will of Thomas Speight, Bertie Co, NC 5/27/1789-Feb Term 1796 - Says he was Schoolmaster. Leaves all his estate during her widowhood to “my Dear & loveing wife Elisabeth Speight to raise my children & school them”. At her death he leaves: To my tow sons, Wm. Hardy Speight and James Speight. Mentions oldest son, Wm Hardy Speight. Daughters: Winifred, leaves her negro boy Harry. Daughters: Sarah Elisabeth, Lydia & Frances. “My friend John Johnston & Wm. Parrott Hardy; and my wife Elisabeth, Executors. Witnesses: Moes W. Williams, Elisabeth Crickett, Mary Crickett.

WILL OF SARAH HARDY
I Sarah Hardy of the State of NC & Co of Bertie, -----
First It is my will and desire that the Division that was made of my negroes in Nov last among my children Shall Stand good, & that each of My children have the negro that was then drawn for them and also the orphans of My Son Lamb Hardy decd have the negro then drawn for them, ----- on their paying to my executors herein after named the Several Sums of Money that the said Negroes were Valued to offer an equal division of the whole amount of the Valuation ----- that my Executors pay to my Son Charles Hardy out of the money received from my other children in consequence of the division of said negroes, the sum of money laid off, to him at said division in Consequence of his having no negro, and also that my executors pay to my Son Benjamin Hardy out of said money received as above, the Balance due him on account of his drawing a low priced negro.
Secondly, I will & desire that my wearing apparel be divided among my Surviving daughters
Thirdly I will and desire that the residue of my Estate be equally divided among all my children & the orphans of my son Lamb Hardy, decd Said orphans to receive one share among them
Execu loving Sons William P Hardy & Benjamin Hardy 20th day Jul Anno Dom 1808.
Signed by mark
Cornelious Williams, Sarah Williams
To Court Bertie Co 1809 on oath of Cornelius Williams. Exhibited by William P Hardy, executor (Will Book F p 118, 119, DAR Library, Transcribed by Martha Marble)

Will of Edward Hardy signed on 17 Mar 1819, proved 16 Jul 1819 Putnam Co, GA. Son John Hardy, was the sole Executor appointed in Edward’s Will. Witnesses were James B Brown, R Brown and Richard Pace. Will was proven by James B Brown and R Brown. (Putnam Co, GA Book A, Folio 65 and 66)

LEMUEL HARDY
Greene Co, NC 18 Oct 1844
Item 1- daughter: MARTHA ALDRIDGE- property now in her possession
Item 2 - grandchildren: the children of daughter SUSANNAH MOYE- “All the property that I have heretofore put into the hands of SUSANNAH MOYE.”
Item 3- daughter: LYDIA DANIEL- property now in her possession
Item 4- daughter: SALLY DAWSON- property now in her possession
Item 5- son: PARROTT M. HARDY “land and plantation whereupon he now lives and whatever property that I have heretofore put into his hands.”
Item 6- daughter: ANN HARDY- property now in her possession
Item 7- daughter: UNITY BROOM-property now in her possession, or a Negro girl
Item 8- daughter: ELIZABETH GIBBONS- property now in her possession
Item 9- daughter: EDITH BARROW- 2 Negro boys, one horse, one bridle, onebed sted(?), furniture, “and other articles to tedious (sic) to mention”
Item 10-wife:PATSY- one Negro man, WILLIS, one Negro woman, DOLLY, and their eight children (David, Simon, Wency/Nancy, Caty, Bob,Bright, G__, Shelly)
Item 11- “I lend unto my wife PATSY HARDY all the last of my lands and plantations during her natural life or widowhood with this incumbrance (sic). . .” She is to settle LEMUEL, BENJAMIN, and LEVI on a part of the land that he is leaving them when they reach lawful age or marry.
Item 12- son: LEMUEL HARDY- parcel of land described in detail in the Will, two Negroes, horse, bridle, saddle, and other items he will need to keep house.
Item 13- son: BENJAMIN HARDY- parcel of land described in detail in the Will
Item 14- son LEVI S.- parcel of land described in the Will, house on that property, the mill with the provision that “PARROTT, LEMUEL, and BENJAMIN have the privilege of grinding provided they will help keep the mill in good repair”
Item 15- the property “lent” to wife, PATSY HARDY “be divided as near-equal between my five youngist (sic) children” when they reach lawful age or marry
Item 16- “If either of my three sons LEMUEL, BENJAMIN, or LEVI should die leaving no issue lawfully begotten of their bodys that my youngest son JESSE H. HARDY have the lots of land that I have set apart or given to them. (he then lists the changes he wants made depending on which of the three might die and how he wants the properties redistributed)
Signed and sealed by LEMUEL HARDY Snr.
Executors: PATSY HARDY and “my trusty friend PARROTT MEWBORN
Witnesses: LEMUEL E. HARDY, JESSE HARDY
Will proved in Nov Term 1846, Greene Co. NC Pleas and Quarter Sessions proved by the oaths of LEMUEL E. HARDY and JESSE HARDY “At the same time and place PARROTT MEWBORN one of the executors therein named came into court and renounced his right as such and PATSY HARDY the executrix therein named came into court and qualified as such.”
L. HARDY coppy (sic) of the Last Will and Testament of LEMUEL HARDY Snr Oct 17th 1844 Recorded in the Clerks Office of Greene Co in Book of Wills Letter B, pp185,186,187,8,9, by James Williams 1844 (From NC State Archives, Greene Co Original Wills abstracted from LDS Family History Center microfilm no. 1571510 by Patty Day

STATE OF NC, GREENE CO
COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS
NOV TERM 1846
There was foregoing paper writing brought into open court and the execution thereof as the last will and testament of Lemuel HARDY dec. duly proven by the oaths of Lemuel E HARDY and Jesse HARDY the subscribing witnesses thereto. Let the same be recorded according to law. At the same time and place Parrott MEWBORN one of the executors therein named came into court and renounced his right as such and Patsy HARDY the Executrix therein named came into court and qualified as such let letters testaminting issue. signed James WILLIAMS Clerk L Hardy copy (sic) of the last will and testament of Lemuel Hardy Snr Oct 17th 1844 Recorded in the Clerks Office of Greene Co in Book of Wills Letter B, pp 185,186,187,8,9 by James Williams 1844

NC GREENE CO, SUPERIOR COURT
Jesse H HARDY, Temesia HARDY, Nancy ALDRIDGE, G M HARDY, L H HARDY, Parrott HARDY, and Patsy HARDY to the Court
The petition of the plaintiffs respectfully represents wil the court
I. That some time during the year 1846 Lemuel HARDY Sr late of this county and state aforesaid died judi____ in said county of Greene first having made and published his Last Will and Testament in words and form as follows viz:
a copy of which is hereto annexed marked “A” and made part of this petition.
2. That in November 1846, said Last Will and Testament was duly proved and recorded and the executix Patsey HARDY duly qualified before a court of ____ jurisdiction in Greene County, a copy of all of which is hereto annexed maked “B: and made part of this edition.
3. That said Patsey Hardy as Executrix took charge of and settled of the estate of her testator Lemuel HARDY Sr. decd’ upon the terms and considerations (?) as set forthin said Last Will and Testament.
4. That in March 1876 the Court House together with all the records of Greene County was burned including the said Last Will and Testament of Lemuel HARDY Snr. a certified copy of which Will and Testament is here attatched (annexed?)
5. That James WILLIAMS the Clerk of the Court before which said Will and Testament was proved and recorded and whose certification (?) is attatched a ___ copy of said Last Will and Testament is dead.
6. That under said last will and testament Lemuel HARDY, Benj G HARDY, Levi S HARDY and Jesse H. HARDY ___ ___ sale (sole?) to whatever lands of Lemuel HARDY Sr decd disc___ (discribed?) under said Last Will and Testament of said Lemuel HARDY Sr decd and that Levi S. HARDY died, without leaving an issue of his body and his interest in said lands disc___ to your petitioner Jesse H HARDY under said last will and testament and that your petitioner Jesse H Hardy ___ ____ in the year 1860 parcel said(?) of Benj G Hardy his ___ in said lands ___ and under said Last Will and Testament of Lemuel Hardy Sr decd and that ____ HARDY one of the heirs under said Will died intestate during the year 1863 ____having made and publlished a Last Will and Testament and his interest (?) disc____ to his widow Temasia HARDY his children Nancy ALDRIDGE: G M HARDY, L H HARDY, Parrot HARDY and Patsey HARDY and that this an (sic) all of full age.
Where for your petitionors say that said certified copy of said Last Will and Testament with the certifierer ____ attatched as admitted to probate and that the same be ____ in all ____ as the original and for such other ____ orders as the court may deem proper. signed Arthur SPRUILL Atty for Plffs.

FROM: WILL BOOK #2, RUSSELL CO, AL, p99-100
Will of John Hardy Russell Co, State of Al
I, John Hardy of the State and County aforesaid being of sound mind and memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament as follows.
First I direct that all my just debts shall be paid.
Second I wish and it is my will that my daughter Lesaley Lockhart shall have my horse and buggy.
Third. I wish and is my will that my negro woman Rachel shall be permitted to live with my children as long as she may desire. David Lockhart my son in law is hereby appointed her Guardian to whose direction and control I commit her that my will herein expressed may be performed as the laws of the State may allow.
Fifth. After the above special bequests have been made it is my will that all my property be equally divided among all my children, the living children of those that are dead receiving that portion that would belong to the parents were they living.
Sixth. I hereby appoint my son Wm Hardy to receive that portion of my property which I have bequeathed to the children of my daughter Ellenor Lockhart deceased. I also direct said Trustee to hold said property until the youngest living child of the aforesaid Ellenor Lockhart shall be twenty one years of age or shall marry when I desire that the money with the accruing interest to be equally divided among the legal heirs of my daughter aforesaid.
Seventh. I hereby appoint my son in law David Lockhart trustee for the children of my son James W Hardy deceased the money to be managed as directed for the funds of the children of my daughter Ellenor Lockhart.
Eighth. I hereby appoint my grandson James W Hardy trustee for the children of my son John P Hardy deceased, Gabriel Parks trustee for the children of my daughter Mary G Parks deceased, Abram Chappel trustee for the children of my son Alfred Hardy deceased, William Bennett Trustee for the children of my daughter Louisa Bennett deceased and Mr Mason the present husband of their mother trustee for the children of my son Charles Hardy deceased and these trustees thus appointed are requested to receive the property of the respective legatees and to dispose of the same according to the laws of the State of AL.
I hereby appoint David Lockhart & John H. Lockhart his son executors to this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and seal April 12th 1854. John Hardy {seal}
Test: David Watson, Nash Sledge, A B Bennett
The State of AL Russell Co
Be it remembered that on this 18th day of Nov A D 1854 in the probate Court of said County personally came David Watson & Abijah B Bennett two of the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing will of John Hardy deceased who being duly sworn do depose and say that they each saw the said John Hardy sign seal publish and declare the same to be and contain his last will and testament on the 12th Apr 1854: that they each signed the same as witness in the presence of the said John Hardy and that they saw the other witness sign the same as a witness in the presence of the said John Hardy and that the said John Hardy at the time of signing said will was of sound mind and that he executed the same without any fears threats or compulsion so far as they know or believe.
Sworn to 18th Nov 1854; David Watson, Thomas S Tate, A B Bennett Judge of Probate

GREENE CO SUPERIOR COURT
Jesse H HARDY one of the petitioners being duly sworn says that the facts set forth in the above petition an (sic) of his own knowledge and those not of his own knowledge but are information he believes to be true signed Jesse H HARDY sworn before me this 27th day of Jun 1885 D W Patrick CSC

GREENE CO SUPERIOR COURT
Jesse H HARDY to The Court Judgment
On this 27th day of Jun 1885 cause before Mr D W PATRICK Clerk of the Superior Court in and for the co of Greene Jesse H HARDY, G M HARDY, Parrott HARDY, Exals (?) by their Atty at Law and in fact Arthur SPRUILL and offered for the purpose of being recorded in my said office a paper writing purporting to be a duly certified copy of the last will and Testament of Lemuel HARDY decd late of this county.
And upon the witness (?) it appearing to my satisfaction that said Lemuel HARDY died leaving a Last Will and Testament and that it was duly admitted to Probate in the County Court of said county of Greene at November term 1846 and recorded in the office of said court book of Wills Letters, pages 185,6,7,8,9 and that said paper writing now offered to be recorded is a true and correct copy of said Will and Testament from the records of said Court and that the same is genuine and duly certified by the proper officer of said Court and that the original will was distroyed by the burning of the Court House of said County
It is now on ____ of Arthur SPRUILL attor__ ordered that said paper writing as a right (?) ought to be recorded as the Last Will and Testament of Lemuel HARDYs __ and it is further ordered that said paper writing be recorded and filed among the records of this officer as his will.
D W Patrick, Clek of Superior Court

John W Hardy, Petition for Letters of Administration filed 10 May 1873, Clerk of the Co Court, Lewistown, IL. says: Petition of Mary Jane Harding [sic] in the matter of the Estate of John W Hardy deceased, for Letters of Administration. To the Hon John G Piersol, Judge of the Co Court of Fulton Co: The petition of the undersigned Mary Jane Harding [sic] respectfully represents that John W Hardy late of sd county deceased, died at his residence in Bernadotte on or about the 5" day of May AD 1873 leaving property and effects in this county, and leaving no last will and testament so far as known and believed by this petitioner, leaving personal property to the value of about the sum of Three Hundred Dollars.
That said deceased left him surviving your petitioner as his widow, and Nancy C. - William - Martha - Louisa - Susan - Elizabeth - Frances & Ann - as his children and only heirs at law, by your petitioner. Also, Mary Tegg, Sarah Trayer, Ann Moore and S.R.O. Hardy as his children & heirs by a former wife.
Your petitioner being being [sic] the widow of said deceased, therefore prays that Letters of Administration may be granted to her Lewistown, May 10" AD 1873 signed Mary Jane x Hardy (her mark)

State of IL, Fulton Co. Mary Jane Harding [sic] being duly sworn, deposes and says that the facts averred in the above petition are true, according to the best of my knowledge, information and belief. Mary Jane x Hardy (her mark) Sworn to and subscribed before me, Clerk of the Court of Fulton Co, this 10" day of May AD 1873, James H Stepp, Clerk.

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