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Certificate from Josiah Martin concerning Thomas Jones and James Davis as notaries public
Martin, Josiah, 1737-1786
November 28, 1772
Volume 09, Page 367

[B. P. R. O. Am. & W. Ind: No. Carolina. No. 220.]

By His Excellency Josiah Martin Esquire His Majesty's Governor & Commander in Chief in and over said Province.

To all to whom these Presents shall come Greeting, Know ye that Thomas Jones and James Davis Esquires are notary Publics duly admitted and sworn for the several ports of Roanoke and Beaufort in this Province. Therefore all due faith and Credit is and ought to be had and given to the Acts of the said Thomas Jones and James Davis as Notary Publics aforesaid in all or any of His Majesty's Courts of Judicature or elsewhere within His Dominions.

In Testimony whereof I the said Josiah Martin have hereunto sett my hand and caused the Great Seal of His Majesty's said Province to be affixed at New Bern the first day of January, Anno. Dom. 1773.

JO. MARTIN.


Additional Notes for Electronic Version: According to annotations on the British Public Records Office copy of this certificate, it was created in November of 1772, rather than January, 1773 as indicated on the document.