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Certificate from James Green concerning a pension for Christopher Acklin
Green, James, ca. 1737-1784
1771
Volume 22, Page 476


NORTH CAROLINA—ss.


At an Assembly held in New Bern in
November & December, 1771.

These may Certify that Christopher Acklin, a Soldier who was wounded in the Battle of Alamance against the Regulators, was allowed the Sum of Twenty pounds per Annum during the time he shall Continue disabled. That the public Treasurer’s pay him the Same: Provided, he once a year produce a Certificate from the Inferior Court of the County where he resides, that he still Continues disabled, and is a proper object of Public Bounty.

Concurred with by the Governor & Council, as pr. resolve of the Assembly.

CHRISTOPHER
his
X
mark.
ACKLIN.
Test:
JAMES GREEN, JUN., Clk.
Witness:
SWEET J. BOND.
JNO. COOKE.


8 Mar., 1773.

Recd. of Thomas Person the within Contents.

JNO. COOKE.