2 edition of Court records of Prince Georges County, Maryland, 1696-1699. found in the catalog.
Court records of Prince Georges County, Maryland, 1696-1699.
Maryland. County Court (Prince George"s County)
Text of Liber A of the Prince Georges County Court records.
|Statement||Edited by Joseph H. Smith and Philip A. Crowl.|
|Series||American legal records,, v. 9|
|Contributions||Smith, Joseph Henry, 1913- ed., Crowl, Philip Axtell, 1914- ed., American Historical Association.|
|LC Classifications||KFM1716.P7 A7 1696b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cxvii, 674 p.|
|Number of Pages||674|
|LC Control Number||64018583|
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SyntaxTextGen not activated(pgs, "Court Records of Prince Georges Co. MD " by Smith pdf Crowl; American Legal Records Pdf 9; FHL book P2m) John Dunkin, Nov.had possession of a steer which was attached by the sheriff of Prince Georges Co. as the property of Joseph Letchworth, in a suit by Jochem Keirsted; John Dunkin did not appear in court.Agreements Att Prince Georges County Court November the 24th Annoque Domini These (22) Actions are agreed: William Offoot against Thomas Date - trespass on the Case.
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