Item #39851 THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT AARON MIERS PERSONALLY APPEARED BEFORE ME A PERRIN ONE OF THE COMM. JUSTICES OF THE PEACE FOR LINCOLN CTY, AND MADE OATH THAT THE CONTRACT THAT HE MADE WITH LUCY MIERS FOR WHICH AN EXECUTION IS NOW IN FORCE AGAINST HIM FOR THE HIRE OF A NEGROE NAMED JIM WAS TO BE PAID IN THE CURRENT PAPER OF THE COUNTY GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 11TH DAY OF JULY 1825. A. PERRIN JPLC. Slave Hire.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT AARON MIERS PERSONALLY APPEARED BEFORE ME A PERRIN ONE OF THE COMM. JUSTICES OF THE PEACE FOR LINCOLN CTY, AND MADE OATH THAT THE CONTRACT THAT HE MADE WITH LUCY MIERS FOR WHICH AN EXECUTION IS NOW IN FORCE AGAINST HIM FOR THE HIRE OF A NEGROE NAMED JIM WAS TO BE PAID IN THE CURRENT PAPER OF THE COUNTY GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 11TH DAY OF JULY 1825. A. PERRIN JPLC.

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT AARON MIERS PERSONALLY APPEARED BEFORE ME A PERRIN ONE OF THE COMM. JUSTICES OF THE PEACE FOR LINCOLN CTY, AND MADE OATH THAT THE CONTRACT THAT HE MADE WITH LUCY MIERS FOR WHICH AN EXECUTION IS NOW IN FORCE AGAINST HIM FOR THE HIRE OF A NEGROE NAMED JIM WAS TO BE PAID IN THE CURRENT PAPER OF THE COUNTY GIVEN UNDER MY HAND THIS 11TH DAY OF JULY 1825. A. PERRIN JPLC.

[Lincoln County, KY? 1825]. Ten lines, entirely in ink manuscript, on paper, oblong 4-1/2" x 7-3/4." Docketed in ink manuscript on verso: "Aaron Myers | affadavit | Lucy Myers." Very Good.

A[chilles] Perrin [1778-1868] was a farmer whose father and uncles had fought in the American Revolution. The family emigrated from France to England, to Virginia, and finally to Lincoln County, Kentucky. Item #39851

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