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British Mercantile Claims: 1775-1803

Source: “British Mercantile Claims: 1775-1803,” Virginia Genealogist 14[1970].

[page 131]

[from reports of Robert Hening, May 1801 – May 1802]

William Garrard died 20 years ago.  Son William along with the rest of family except H. Garrard moved to Kentucky.  The last went off in 1794.

Thomas Mountjoy, executor to Andrew Edwards, Falmouth Store.  Edwards died soon after the peace.  Mountjoy from Stafford.

[page 169]

[from reports of Robert Hening, May 1801 – May 1802]

[P. 37]  John Waugh’s Estate £190.12.1 by account, Fredericksburg Store.  He died early in the Revolution possessed of a very handsome fortune.  He appointed Wm. Garard, late of Stafford, his executor.  He paid all debts due persons in this country and then distributed the estate and soon after died … Gerard is dead and his executor has long since moved to Kentucky.

[page 170]

[from reports of Robert Hening, May 1801 – May 1802]

Allen Mountjoy owes Oswald Dennistown & Co.  Moved to KY 10 or 12 years ago in good circumstances. Still alive in Bourbon or Mason Co., KY.

[page 172]

[from reports of Robert Hening, May 1801 – May 1802]

Allen Mountjoy owes Fredericksburg Store.  Went to Bourbon Co., KY.  Now in good circumstances.

Thomas Mountjoy alive as executor to Andrew Edwards.  Was also alive in 1783.  Fredericksburg Store.

[page 173]

[from reports of Robert Hening, May 1801 – May 1802]

Edward Mountjoy owes Dumfries Store of William Cunningham & Co.  Died in Fauquier a long time ago. Widow married John Herndon.

[page 174]

[from reports of Robert Hening, May 1801 – May 1802]

Ann Garrard, wife of Col. John Mountjoy of Bourbon Co., KY, owes Dennistown & Co.

[page 175]

[from reports of Robert Hening, May 1801 – May 1802]

John Mountjoy, Jr., husband of Ann Garrard, resident of Bourbon Co., KY, owes Dennistown & Co.

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