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does someone have the transcribed Order Book A?
Posted by: Phyllis Richerson (ID *****3348) Date: September 28, 2009 at 17:51:33
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Hi,
My notes say that in Order Book A., page 76, March 3, 1801:
"that the former order of court for binding out the infant son of Mrs. Little be rescinded."

Is this wording correct? Is the year 1801?

It may be an unrelated bit of information if it is indeed 1801, but in 1823, the two-year old child John H. Little, son of Robert P. Little, is apprenticed to John Hutson.

Polly Hutson had married Robert Little in 1820.
Thank you,
Phyllis


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