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Title:[Legal Indictment] 1789 Feb. [to] the Superior Court of Law / State of North Carolina : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:State of North Carolina
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Date: February 1789
Extent: 2p
Summary:This document is a legal indictment from the state of North Carolina to the Superior Court of Law, dated February Term 1789. This document is a ruling by the state jury that a man named Moses Rennolds stole possessions from John Rogers.
Collection:Washington District, North Carolina
Box:MS-153
Folder:n/a
Document:sc085
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Superior Court of LawFebruary Term 1789 {
[added: State of North Carolina
Washington District]

The Jury for the State upon there [their] Oath present and Say that Moses Rennolds Labourer [Laborer] late of the County of Washington on the twenty fourth day of August last past with force and arms in the county aforesaid did Feloneously [Feloniously] Steal take and Carry away of the personal goods of John Rogers one Silk hand kerchief to the Value of Six pence and then and there many other wrong did unto the aforesaid John Rogers to his damage and against the peace and [unclear: assembly ] of the State

Wm [William] Cocke atto [attorney]



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[added: 50
State
vs [versus]
Moses Renolds
John Rogers [unclear: pro ]
Witnesses
Wm [William] Wilson
John Arnold
Sworn & Test
F [Francis] A Ramsey
Wm [William] Cocke atto [attorney]][added: Not a true
price Bill
Andrew Greer
foreman
]



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