Folder: Oyer & Terminer, New Bern, July 1774
Information: Indictment of Bouger HODGES (later called Edward Bouger HODGES)
for possession of a counterfeit bill of credit.
Date: 10 Feb 1774
Information: Warrant for arrest of Edward Bouger HODGES, butcher, on charge of
Date: 23 May 1778 (date of warrant)
Information: Summons for Michael QUINN to appear and testify against Edward
Bouger HODGES and John Council BRYAN.
Date: 23 May 1778 (date of summons)
Information: Indictment of Edward Boucher HODGES for discouraging the people
from enlisting in the service of the state and the US, and specifically prevented
James TRAINALL from enlisting.
Date: 21 May 1778
Information: Complaint by Edward PASTEUR who acts for his brother that a mare
in the legal possession of the Continental Army was stolen and that he has since
seen it in the possession of Edward B. HODGES who refuses to deliver it. Order
to arrest HODGES
Date: 16 Aug 1780 (date of order)
Information: Appearance bond for Edward B. HODGES (£500) with bondsmen William
ORME, Thomas PARSONS (£250 each) for HODGES to appear and answer a charge of
taking into his possession and refusing to deliver up a mare impresssed into the
Continental Army. Witnesses: William SMYTH Gailer and Edward PASTEUR
Date: 21 May 1780 (date of bond)
County: Not given. Names indicate Craven
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