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[[stamp]] THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF THE UNITED STATES[[/stamp]]
Georgia Hancock County 
Personally appeared Edwin W. Evans and John M. Jones who on oath says they were present when Archabald Jackson and Lawrence Gardiner settled and since Mr. Jackson pay over to Lawrence the money for his part of the crop & for what he was owing him for carpenter's work and Lawrence said he was satisfied if he understood Mr. Wallen.
Sworn to and Subscribed to before me this 21st day of August 1866
Edwin W. Evans
John M. Jones
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