Petitions: Revolutionary War
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North Carolina. General Assembly
DescriptionAgnew, Robert; Archibald, Lytle; Benton, Jesse; Benton, John; Blair, Thomas; Blount, Anne; Blount, James; Bostick, Ezra; Bostick, Sarah; Burton, Robert; Couch, John;Craddock, John; Crucy, Frederick; Doughlass, Elizabeth; Fenner, Robert; Fletcher, James; Gates, Horatio; Gordon, Charles; Green, Joseph; Gregory, Isaac; Haney, Timothy; Hogan, James; Hogan, Samuel; Ingram, Joseph; Kates, Robert; Lenear, Robert; Lewis, Joel; Mayors, John; McDowal, James; McDowell, James; McNess, John; de Medici, Cosimo; Medici, Cosimo de;Medlock, Charles; Nelms, Presly; Readpath, John; Redfern, James; Samuel, George; Speir, David; Spurgin, Janet; Varner, Robert; Wade, Thomas; Wason, Joseph; West, Elizabeth; West, James; Williams, John; Yeargain, Benjamin;December 8: Petition of Ezra Bostick; December 9: Petition of Ann Blount; December 10: Petition of James McDowal; December 12: Petition of James Redfern; December 13: Petition of Thomas Blair; December 13: Petition of Joseph Wason (with supporting documents); December 13: Petition of Cosimo Medici; December 14: Memorial and Petition of Stephen Moore, late Deputy Quartermaster General for North Carolina during the Revolution; December 16: Petition of Joseph Green; December 16: Petition of John Williams, a Mariner; December 19: Memorial of Presly Nelms (with supporting documents); December 19: Petition of Samuel Hogan; December 19: Representation and Petition of John Craddock; December 19: Petition of Captain George Samuel for himself and for others; December 21: Petition of Elizabeth West (with oath); December 21: Petition of Robert Fenner; December 23: Petition of David Speir; December 24: Petition of Frederick Crucy; December 26: Petition of Charles Medlock (with Oath); December 28: Petition of Janet Spurgin; December 28: Representation of Robert...
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