Sally Ann Nise
Source: Will Book 1, page 5 & 6
This indenture made the 2nd day of July 1827. Witnesseth that Lot P i t m a n, Clerk of the County Court of Laurel County, by order of Jarvis Jackson, Wm. Freeman, David Weaver, Jacob Boyer(?), Jed'h. Hibbard, Wm. Pitman & Mark _______, Justices of the sd. County Court do place & bind Sally Ann Nise orphan of Nancy Nise aged 7 years the 25th day of September (last past?)
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____ her sd. Master & all his Lawful Commands obey during sd. term. And the sd. Reuben Jackson & Jarvis Jackson for themselves their heirs Exor's. & Admr's. doth covenant & agree with the sd. Clerk his representatives & Successor in office that the sd. Sally Ann Nise as an apprentice in the trade & avocation of House wifery, Shall & will instruct during the term afores'd. & provide & allow the sd. apprentice Sufficient meat, drink, apparel, washing, lodging & mending, & all other things fit & necessary for an apprentice & shall teach or cause her to be taught reading writing & pay her three pounds ten shillings & a decent new Suit of clothes at the expiration of sd. term of Service. Witness our hands & Seals the day & date above written.
Reuben Jackson (his mark) - Seal
Jarvis Jackson - Seal
Laurel County Sct.
The foregoing indenture recorded the 10th of July 1827.
Lot P i t m a n -Clk.
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