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Payroll for troops in the Granville County Militia
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Volume 22, Pages 485-486

We, the underwritten Subscribers, do hereby acknowledge to have Received of Colo. Robert Harris, of the Granville Regiment of Militia, the Sum opposite our Proper names, in full for our Services in protecting the Public peace at Hillsborough in September, 1768.

Lieu. Bullock to William Williams
£3
12
0
12 Days
P’r Wm. William, January Court, 1770.
Benj. Wooloms, Serg’t
2
8
0
Do.
Benj. Wooloms.
Elijah Graves, Corp’l
1
16
0
Do.
Elijah Graves.
Thos. Chiles, Do
1
16
0
Do.
Paid Phil’mn Hawkins, by order.
Wm. Hill
1
4
0
Do.
Paid to W. Williams, by order.
John Heatherson
1
4
0
Do.
John Heatherson.
Wm. Moore
1
4
0
Do.
William Moore.
Thos. Leach
1
4
0
Do.
Paid Sam’l Henderson, by order.
John Newton
1
4
0
Do.
John Nutin, April.
Rich’d Owen
1
4
0
Do.
Paid Collo. Benton, 6s.
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John Horry
1
4
0
Do.
Paid by Collo. Benton.
Thomas Sutton
1
4
0
Do.
Paid by Collo. Benton, 19s. 9d.
Nath’l Moss
1
4
0
Do.
Paid the ballance to Mr. John Childs.
Sam’l White
1
4
0
Do.
Paid Thos. Childs, by order.
Feild Farrar
1
4
0
Do.
Paid to Mr. John Childs.
Zebedy Denis
1
4
0
Do.
Zebedy
his
X
mark.
Davis.


Granville County.

The within Receipts was Proved by the Oath of Colo. Robert Harris to be Just and True.

Sworn to before me, 21st November, 1770.
SHERWOOD HARRIS, J. P.