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    Mrs. Thruston

    Commission, ca. 1719, issued by Alexander Spotswood (lieutenant governor of Virginia) to justices of the peace of Norfolk, Va., to try an African-American slave, Luke, for breaking and entering. , Commission , c. 02/09/1719 - 1720

    The commission was issued to Walter Bailey, Samuel Boush (d. 1736), Samuel Boush (d. 1759), George Burgess, Richard Cheshire, William Crawford (i.e., Craford), George Newton, Lemuel Newton, Edward Thruston, Robert Tucker, and James Wilson as justices to try Luke (an African-American slave belonging to Mrs. [?] Thruston) for breaking and entering the storehouse of Samuel Smith in Norfolk County, Va.

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    Luke

    Commission, ca. 1719, issued by Alexander Spotswood (lieutenant governor of Virginia) to justices of the peace of Norfolk, Va., to try an African-American slave, Luke, for breaking and entering. , Commission , c. 02/09/1719 - 1720

    The commission was issued to Walter Bailey, Samuel Boush (d. 1736), Samuel Boush (d. 1759), George Burgess, Richard Cheshire, William Crawford (i.e., Craford), George Newton, Lemuel Newton, Edward Thruston, Robert Tucker, and James Wilson as justices to try Luke (an African-American slave belonging to Mrs. [?] Thruston) for breaking and entering the storehouse of Samuel Smith in Norfolk County, Va.

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    Henry Miller

    Commission, 1748, issued by Sir William Gooch (lieutenant governor of Virginia) to appoint justices of the peace of Norfolk County, Va., to try an African-American slave, Mingo, for breaking and entering. , Commission , 05/09/1748

    The commission was issued to William Crawford, Matthew Godfrey, John Hutchins, James Ivey, George Newton, Thomas Newton, William Portlock, Thomas Scott, Nathaniel Tatum, John Tripp, John Tucker, Robert Tucker, Solomon Wilson, Willis Wilson, and Thomas Wright as justices to try Mingo (an African-American slave belonging to the estate of Henry Miller) for breaking and entering the house of Thomas Cooper in Norfolk County, Va.

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    Mingo

    Commission, 1748, issued by Sir William Gooch (lieutenant governor of Virginia) to appoint justices of the peace of Norfolk County, Va., to try an African-American slave, Mingo, for breaking and entering. , Commission , 05/09/1748

    The commission was issued to William Crawford, Matthew Godfrey, John Hutchins, James Ivey, George Newton, Thomas Newton, William Portlock, Thomas Scott, Nathaniel Tatum, John Tripp, John Tucker, Robert Tucker, Solomon Wilson, Willis Wilson, and Thomas Wright as justices to try Mingo (an African-American slave belonging to the estate of Henry Miller) for breaking and entering the house of Thomas Cooper in Norfolk County, Va.

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    John Hylton

    Commission, 1764, issued by Francis Fauquier (as lieutenant-governor of the colony of Virginia) to appoint justices of the peace of Chesterfield County, Va. to try an African-American slave, Chessire, for theft. , Commission , 03/26/1764

    The commission was issued to John Archer (d. 1773?), John Archer (d. 1794?), Archibald Cary, Richard Eppes, Edward Friend, Peter Johnson, Robert Kennon, John Markham, Christopher Martin, Edward Osborne, Richard Royall, Abraham Sallee [i.e., Salle], William Walthall, Seth Ward, and Thomas Worsham to try Chessire (an African-American slave belonging to John Hylton of Chesterfield County, Va.) for theft.

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    Chessire

    Commission, 1764, issued by Francis Fauquier (as lieutenant-governor of the colony of Virginia) to appoint justices of the peace of Chesterfield County, Va. to try an African-American slave, Chessire, for theft. , Commission , 03/26/1764

    The commission was issued to John Archer (d. 1773?), John Archer (d. 1794?), Archibald Cary, Richard Eppes, Edward Friend, Peter Johnson, Robert Kennon, John Markham, Christopher Martin, Edward Osborne, Richard Royall, Abraham Sallee [i.e., Salle], William Walthall, Seth Ward, and Thomas Worsham to try Chessire (an African-American slave belonging to John Hylton of Chesterfield County, Va.) for theft.

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    Richard Silvester

    Commission, 1765, issued by Francis Fauquier (lieutenant governor of the colony of Virginia) to appoint justices of the peace of Norfolk County, Va., to try an African-American slave, Pomp, for theft. , Commission , 06/20/1765

    The commission was issued to William Atchison (i.e., Aitchison), Cornelius Calvert, Maximilian Calvert, Matthew Godfrey, Samuel Happer, John Hutchings (d. 1768), William Ivy, John Portlock, John Tatem, George Veal[e], Thomas Veal[e], and James Webb as justices of the peace of Norfolk County, Va., to try Pomp (an African-American slave belonging to Richard Silvester) for stealing from Rothery & Routh of Norfolk County.

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    Pomp

    Commission, 1765, issued by Francis Fauquier (lieutenant governor of the colony of Virginia) to appoint justices of the peace of Norfolk County, Va., to try an African-American slave, Pomp, for theft. , Commission , 06/20/1765

    The commission was issued to William Atchison (i.e., Aitchison), Cornelius Calvert, Maximilian Calvert, Matthew Godfrey, Samuel Happer, John Hutchings (d. 1768), William Ivy, John Portlock, John Tatem, George Veal[e], Thomas Veal[e], and James Webb as justices of the peace of Norfolk County, Va., to try Pomp (an African-American slave belonging to Richard Silvester) for stealing from Rothery & Routh of Norfolk County.

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    William Christian

    Commission, 1765, issued by Francis Fauquier, Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, to appoint justices of the peace of Northampton County, Va., for the trial of Peter Hill, an African-American slave., Commission , 11/01/1765

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    Peter Hill

    Commission, 1765, issued by Francis Fauquier, Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, to appoint justices of the peace of Northampton County, Va., for the trial of Peter Hill, an African-American slave., Commission , 11/01/1765

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