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1781: Job Combs vs Gilbert Combs
Index #: 1781-002 Original Case ID None
County: Shenandoah CO
Scanned Images: YES (3 Pages)
Plaintiffs P1: Job Combs
Defendants D1: Gilbert Combs
Surnames: Combs
Wills: None
Plat: No

Source: Job Combs v Gilbert Combs, I.D. 1781-002, Library of Virginia Archives, Chancery Court Index: Shenandoah Co., original images from case file, abstracted, transcribed, and submitted by Myra Britt for Combs &c)


Job Combs vs Gilbert Combs Chancery Causes: 1781-002 Shenandoah Co.





Come to Late
to hand
Josias Allen


The Commonwealth of Virginia to the Sheriff of Shanando County Greeting You are hereby commanded To summons Gilbert Combs to appear before the Justic -es Of the said County Court in Chancery at the Court Thereof on the last Thursday in August next to answer a bill in Chancery so xhibited him by Job Combs and this he shall in no wise omit under the Penalty of one hundred pound. Witnefs Thomas Marshall Clerk of the said Court at the Courthouse aforesaid this 15th Day of August 1781? and in the Sixth Year of the Common Wealth Thomas Marshall CSC

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