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Currituck County Miscellaneous Estates

 Mary Parker (1769)

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     George the Third, by the Grace of God, of Great-Britain, France & Ireland King Defender of the Faith, &c. To the Sheriff of the County of Currituck County Greeting. We Command you as before that you cause to be made of the personal Estate lands & Tenements of John CHITTEM in your Bailiwick, the sum of eighteen pounds & two shillings & six pence which lately in our Superior Court at Edenton Mary PARKER Exor recovered against him as well for her Damages, by reason of the Non-performance of certain Promises by the said John CHITTEM before that Time made, as for her Costs and Charges in her Suit, expended in that behalf, whereof the said John CHITTEM is convict, as to us appears of Record; and have you the said Monies before our said Court, at Edenton aforesaid, on the XXVth Day of April next; to render to the said Mary PARKER Exor her Damages, Costs and Charges aforesaid; and have you then & there this Writ.  Witness Martin HOWARD Esq; Chief Justice of our said Province, at Edenton the XXVth Day of October in the Eighth Year of our Reign.
     /s/ Saml JOHNSTON

[On the back of this page was written]
April 1769
     Nothing to be found but that one William HARRISS Confes that he have in his possession 30 Barrels of Corn of CHITIMs.  So Says Solo PERKINS Shf

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George, the Third, by the Grace of God, of Great-Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. To the Sheriff of Currituck County, Greeting. We command you that you Cause to be made of the personal Estate of John CHITTAM in your Bailiwick, (Slaves excepted) if the same be sufficient, and if not, then of the personal Estate of the said John CHITTAM including Slaves; and if the same be insufficient, then of the personal Estate, Lands, Tenements, Hereditaments, and other real Estate of the said John CHITTAM the Sum of Twenty Two Pounds fourteen Shillings & five pence half penny which lately in our Superior Court at Edenton Mary PARKER Exor recovered against him as well for their Damages, by reason of the Non-Performance of certain Promises by the said John to the said Mary in her life Time before that Time made, as for their Costs and Charges in their Suit, expended in that Behalf, whereof the said John CHITTAM is convict, as to us appears of Record; and have you the said Monies before our said Court, at Edenton to the said Mary PARKER Exor their Damages, Costs and Charges aforesaid.  And have you then and there this Writ. Witness Martin HOWARD Esq. Chief Justice of our said Province, at Edenton the Sixth Day of May in the Eighth year of our Reign.
     /s/ Saml JOHNSTON

[On the back of this page was written]
October 1768
    
All the Estate of the said John CHITAM sold as come to my hand or as I could find that I could be shore was his was 4 Pounds 7 shillings 7 pence besides Sheriff fees.  So Says Solo PERKINS Shf

[SOURCE: Manuscript and Archives Reference System (MARS); Edenton District Superior Court Estates Records 1756-1806; MARS ID: 398.6.1175 (Box); Microfilm C.201.1905948]

Transcribed by Judy Merrell Brickhouse, September 2006

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