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Summons of William Gray, 1742 Dec. 15.

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George the Second by the Grace of God of Great Britain ffrance and Ireland King Defender of the ffaith &c [illegible]. To the Sheriff of New Kent County Greeting We Comand You that you Summon William Gray Gent to appear before our Lieutenant Governor and council at the Capitol in Williamsburg on the Sixteenth day of April next being the Second Day in the General Court Then and there to Testifye and the truth to say in a certain matter Depending before the sd. Governor & Council upon the petition of Several of the Inhabitants of the parish of Albemarle in the County of Surry in relation to appointing a Convenient place for building a new Church in the said parish and this he is in no wise to omitt at his peril and you are to make due return hereof to the Council Office Witness William Gooch Esqr. Our Lieutenant Governor at Williamsburg aforesaid the 15th day of December in the 16th: year of our Reign. Robt. Staunton


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