Clarendon County, SC Apprenticeship of Pinckney Wilson


Found at the SCDAH...L14012 Apprenticeship 1866-1867-1869

Clerk of the Court, Clarendon District

State of South Carolina

Clarendon County

This Indenture made this the Fifteenth day of February in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty Nine? between William W. Richbourg of the first part and Ellen Wilson of the second part-Witnesseth-

The party of the first part for and in consideration of the peaceful possession, services and labour of Pinckney Wilson, son of the said party of the second part for the term of five years commencing from the date of the indenture, agrees to clothe and feed the said Pinckney Wilson in the manner as is customary for Servants-

The party of the second part agrees to deliver to the party of the first part the said Pinckney Wilson and allow him the said party of the first part to have the benefit of his labour and services, for the above mentioned time.

The party of the second part furthur agrees to allow the party of the first part his peaceful possession of her son the said Pinckney Wilson and that she will in no way whatever interfere in preventing the party of the first part in enjoying the benefit of his labour and Services.-

Witness our hands and seals this fifteenth day of February in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and Sixty Nine, and in the ninety third year of American Independence

Signed Sealed and

delivered in presence of

R. -? Hampton

Magistrate

 

 

 

 

 

Adam

Harris Pearson

Pinckney Wilson

 

 


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