Thomas PARSONS Affidavit for Nancy JORDAN PARSONS, Widow of Joseph PARSONS
|State of North Carolina
This day came personally before me Daniel MCCAULEY a justice of the peace
for said county. Thomas PARSONS of said county aged about fifty seven years
who after being duly sworn deposeth and sayeth that he was a brother to
Joseph PARSONS a pensioner whose widow has made the within declaration that
though he was young when Joseph PARSONS and Nancy PARSONS were married
he believes they were married on or about the year 1790 and that he lived with
them seven or eight years shortly after they were married that they lived
together until the time of Joseph PARSONS's death that he never heard a doubt
expressed about their being lawfully married.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4th day of July 1839
Daniel MCCAULEY JP Thomas PARSONS
State of North Carolina Montgomery County. I Daniel MCCAULEY acting
Justice of the peace for said county for which the above affidavit was made
do certify that all the above persons namely William BRUTON, Thomas BUTLER
and Thomas PARSONS are credible and respectable men and that their testimony
is entitled to full credit and belief. I also certify that Nancy PARSONS
who has sworn to and signed the within declaration has for some time been in
such bad health as to make it impracticable for her to attend any court of
record to make her declaration.
4 July 1839
Daniel MCCAULEY JP
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