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Payroll for troops in the Granville County Militia
No Author
1769
Volume 22, Pages 486-488

We, the underwritten Subscribers, do hereby Acknowledge to have received of Robert Harris, Colo. of the Granville regiment of Militia, the sums opposite our respective names, in full for our Services in protecting the publick peace at Hillsborough in September last. March 24, 1769.

Walker Vincent Harrison
£1
4
0
12 days
Vincent Harrison.
Augustine Davis
1
4
0
12 days
Augustine Davis.
William Chumley
1
4
0
12 days
William
his
X
mark.
Chumbley, April 8, 1769.
William Cook
1
4
0
12 days
Paid Phil Jackson, Wm.
his
X
mark.
Cook.
Richard Owin (A)
1
4
0
12 days
James Johnston
1
4
0
12 days
James Johnston.
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Jeremiah Ward
1
4
0
12 days
Jer.
his
X
mark.
Ward.
Richard Yancey
1
4
0
12 days
Richard Yancey.
William Gill
1
4
0
12 days
William Gill.
John Storey (A)
1
4
0
12 days
Thomas Sutton (A)
1
4
0
12 days
Nathaniel Moss (A)
1
4
0
12 days
Charles Mackleymore
1
4
0
12 days
Charles McLemore.
George Cox
1
4
0
12 days
George Cox.
Thomas Bowdown (A)
1
4
0
12 days
John Hopkins
1
4
0
12 days
Thos. Bowdown.
Samuel White (A)
1
4
0
12 days
Feild Farror
1
4
0
12 days
Thomas Gravin
1
4
0
12 days
Paid, Thomas Gravin.
George Minor
1
4
0
12 days
George
his
X
mark.
Miner, paid.
Thomas Yancey
1
4
0
12 days
Thos. Yancey.
Larkin Johnston
1
4
0
12 days
Larkin Johnston.
Hudson William Abbannon
1
4
0
12 days
Paid.
William Gilliam
1
4
0
12 days
Wm. Gilliam, Junr.
William Deshazer
1
4
0
12 days
Paid by order.
John Matlock
1
4
0
12 days
John
his
X
mark.
Medlock.
Samuel Matlock
1
4
0
12 days
Samuel
his
X
mark.
Medlock.
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James Kennedy
1
4
0
12 days
James Kenneday.
Zebedee Dennis (A)
1
4
0
12 days
Nicholas Matlock
1
4
0
12 days
Nicholas
his
X
mark.
Medlock.
Henry
his
X
mark.
Medlock.
1
4
0
12 days
Henry Medlock.
James Stainback
1
4
0
12 days
James Stainback.


Granville County.

The within Receipts was proved by the Oath of Colo. Robt. Harris to be just and True.

7th October, 1769. Sworn before me,
SHERWOOD HARRIS, J. P.