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John FENTON, William KEEN, and others, 1777, York County, VA
Posted by: Tom Fenton (ID *****4461) Date: May 21, 2010 at 04:28:33
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The following is from York County, Virginia, “Loose Papers” at the Library of Virginia, Archives. I found the reproduction of the manuscript document at the Yorktown Victory Center Museum on May 19, 2010. I copied the first portion of the reproduction.

Males over 21 were required to swear allegiance to the new state and country or lose their citizen's rights (unless a Quaker)
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The Names of those who have taken and subscribed the oath of Allegiance, administered by Jo. Prentis, 1777. (Manuscript document)

John Cole
Reubin Barker
Wm. J. Coingnan-Marie
James Fields
William Trigh
John Fenton
Frank Leggins
William Keen
…..
31 July



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