Jack v. Barnabas Harris
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specified, by the sdElizabethElizabeth , and EusebiusEusebius , and also to five negroes
named Hannah Charlotte, Tye, Phil and MalindaMalinda to have and
to hold the same property to them and there Constituants in
trust as sd,, forever and the sdElizabethElizabeth DavisDavis , and
JamesJames for the causes and condiderations afore and also of the
sum of one dollar to them in hand paid do, hereby grant
Bargain, Release and give claim, to the sdGeorge ThomasGeorge Thomas and John
and to there heirs and assigns, for ever all the right title, interest
and property they jointly, and separately have a claim, in and
to five negroes named MillyMilly HarryHarry JackJack , Matt Barn and
to said as he shall reside in, the district of
st, Louis and after his death with to the sd, GeorgeGeorge Thomas
ThomasGeorge Thomas and John and their heirs and assigns, to two negroes
named Arch, and JackJack , the sd suit in the general Court is to
be dismissed on the cost of DavisDavis Whiteside WhitesideDavis Whiteside , and James WhitesideJames Whiteside ,
and the sd George ThomasGeorge Thomas and John for themselves there
heirs Executors, and assigns, do hereby covenant, to and with
the sdDavisDavis and JamesJames sons of the sdElizabethElizabeth acting on the behalf of the sdElizabethElizabeth that they the sdGeorge ThomasGeorge Thomas and
John shall and will keep the sdElizabethElizabeth DavisDavis and JamesJames harm
less from all debts of the said Eusebius HubbardEusebius Hubbard , contracting
before the marriage contract was entered into by and between
EusebiusEusebius , and ElizabethElizabeth and from all costs prior, to the said
marriage contract Defending the same so that the property
of ElizabethElizabeth DavisDavis and JamesJames or either of them there hiers
executors, shall not be after answerable for any of sd debts
nor there bodies molested therefor and the said George ThomasGeorge Thomas and
John not to be accountable for any of the said debts contracted
since the marriage the business being fully understood between
parties, for the true performance of all and singular the convenants,
and agreements here in contained the parties aforesd
here by bind, them selves jointly, and severally their heirs, each to the other in the penal, sum of three thousand
dollars In witness where of the parties afore said have here