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JoLee Gregory Spears

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Durham HALL Estate advertisement that ran in 
Williamsburg's Virginia Gazette on April 18, 1751 
Transcribed from microfilm, March 24, 2001 by Robert Hall Barton

"All persons who have any Claim against the Estate of Mr. Durham HALL, 
late of the Borough of Norfolk, deceased, are forthwith desired to 
send in their Accounts, properly attested to his Executors, Robert Tucker 
and Christopher Perkins, of the said Borough:  and those that are 
indebted to the said Estate, are desired by them, to make speedy Payment.  
Attendance will be given, at Williamsburg, during the General Court. 

A Tract of Land, about 300 Acres, lying in Lunenburg County, belonging 
to the said Estate will be sold at public Sale, on Wednesday the 24th 
Instant, at Ms. Henry Wesberburn's Door, in Williamsburg, where the 
particular Bounds, (illegible)., of the said Land will then be produced. 

Also, to be freighted upon moderate Terms, to any of the West India 
Islands, or elsewhere, the Sloop Harry, belonging to the said Estate, now 
lying at Norfolk, ready to proceed upon any Voyage that may offer. 

Robert Tucker 
Christopher Perkins