Slave Transfer from William Lowther, Robert Hardy and Andrew Little to Francis Nixon in behalf of John Moore November 28, 1767

Book H, No. 32

North Carolina  Know all men by these presents that we William Lowther Robert Hardy & Andrew Little of Edenton in the Province aforesaid Merchants for and in consideration of the sum of Fifty pounds Proclimation money in hand paid us before the delivery of these presents by Francis Nixon on account and in behalf of John Moore (a minor) son of Cornelius Moore of Perquimans County and Province aforesaid and for other good causes and consideration us thereunto moving hath given granted bargained sold & set over and by these presents doth give grant bargain sell and set over unto the said John Moore a certain negro boy about Twelve years of age called Petter
     To have and to hold the said Negro Peter unto the said John Moore his heirs Executors & administrators
     In witness whereof we have hereunto set over hands and seals this 28th day of November 1767
sealed and delivered in the                                                                 Lowther Hardy & Little (seal)
Presence of
     John McAllister
     Jos Reed

Perquimans  October Inferior Court 1768
       County  Present his Majesties Justices
The certifies that the within bill of sale from William Lowther Robert Hardy & Andrew Little To Francis Nixon in trust for John Moore a minor was was proved in Court by the oath of John McAlister & on motion is ordered to be Registered.
                                                                                                            Test Miles Harvey C. I. C.

Registered in the Register's office of Perquimans County the 3rd day of January 1769
                                                                                                            Test John Harvey Regr.

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