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Alexander Billy Judah & children Peter & Lucinda Winney Nanny & old man Phil: [[line]]
The above nam'd slaves were allowed to me by the Commissioners in the County of Culpeper appointed by a Decree of the Chancery District Court of Williamsburg bearing date the 10th day of April 1807. And afterwards towit on the 22 day of October 1808. decreed to me by the said Court. I do hereby acknowledge [[strikeout]] to have this day of [[/strikeout]] that Mrs. Apphia Rouzee Executrix of the late Richard Rouzee has this day executed to me a Deed of transfer for the above nam'd slaves according to the terms of said Decree and her bond executed to me the 25th March 1809 - Given under my hand this 3d April 1809-

Wm. Webb 
Robt Hill
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