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[Deposition of William Shekly]
Series VII: Legal Documents, 1709-1858, and undated
Subseries 2. Depositions, 1746-1839
Spangler, Jacob, 1767-1843Shekly, WilliamPhebeMiller
New-York Historical Society
Two-page deposition of William Shekly of Mount Pleasant [Pennsylvania], regarding an act of general assembly made by "a female negroe [negro] named Phebe." Recorded and signed by Jacob Spangler [Deputy Surveyor of York County, Pennsylvania] for  Miller [...].
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York County to wit, , I do hereby certify that William Shekly of Mount Pleasant Township York County, hath made entry of a female negro named Phebe on the 26th day of October 1780 conformably to the acts of General Assembly. , , In testimony where of I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of office this 1st day of October 1799, , For […] Miller […], , [Signed] Jacob Spangler,