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Somerset County Judicial Records, 1760-1763
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             March Court                 1762           121
Apprentice her Said Master well and faithfully she Shall Serve his Secrets keep his Commandments
Lawfully and honestly Every where willingly she Shall doe and in all things as a good and faithfull
Apprentice she Shall demean herself towards her Said Master and All his during the term afd.
        In Consideration of which Service the Said Thomas Durham present here in Court in his
Proper Person Covenanteth with the Justices of the Same Court in Court Judicially Sitting in
Manner and form following that is to Say that he the Said Thomas Durham Shall and will
during the term afd. Learn his Said Apprentice to Read Well in the Testament and to knit Sew &
Spin and at the Expiration of her Servitude Give her a New Suit of Cloaths Over and Above her
Common Wearing Cloaths and do not Likewise find and Provide for his Said Apprentice Meat drink &
Washing Lodging and Cloathing Sufficient for Such an Apprentice to have and wear during the term afd.
      Whereupon the Said Thomas Durham is Ordered to Give Security to Comply with the Covenants
afd. Thereupon the Said Thomas Durham together with John McGraw and Thomas Whitney of
Somerset County his Securitys all present here in Court in their Proper Persons Acknowledged themselves
Indebted unto the afd. Molatto Mille in thirty Pounds Curt Money of Maryland on their bodies
Goods or Chattles Lands and tenements Joyntly and Severally to the use of the Said Molatto Mille
his heirs and Assigns to be made and Levied if it happen that the Said Thomas Durham do not during
the term afd. Learn his Said Apprentice the trade to Read well in the Testament and to knit Sew &
Spin and at the Expiration of her Servitude do not give her a New Suit of Cloaths Over and above
her Common wearing Cloaths and do not Likewise find and provide for his Said Apprentice Meat drink
Washing Lodging and Cloathing Sufficient for Such an Apprentice to have and wear during the term afd.

Wm. Coulbourn    William Coulbourn of Somerset County Inholder Came here into Court in his
Lycence to keep    Proper Person and prays that he may be Permitted to keep an Ordinary or house of Entertainment
Tavern    in the County afd. at his Own house for the use and Conveniency of Travellers and Strangers
as to them Respectively Shall Seem Meet which is by the Court here unto him Granted he Giveing
Security as the Law directs to keep Good Rules and orders in his Ordinary or house of Entertainment as afd.
Whereupon the Said A Certain Isaac Coulbourn and William Roach of Somerset County planters
Present herein Court in their proper persons and Undertook for the Said William Coulbourn and
Acknowledged themselves Indebted unto his Lordship the Right Honrble the Lord Propry of the
Province of Maryland in forty Pounds Curt Money of Said Province of their bodies Goods or Chattles
Lands and Tenements Joyntly and Severally to the use of his Said Lordship his heirs and Successors to
be made and Levied if it happen that the Said Wm. Coulbourn do not keep Good Rules and orders
and do Suffer Idle Loose and disorderly Persons to Tipple Game and Commit disorders or Other Irregularities
in his Ordinary or house of Entertainment Contrary to the Intent and Meaning of the Act of
Assembly in Such Case provided &c

Boson a Negro of Joseph Gilliss not being able to Labour is Set Tax free for the future &c

George Gilliss    To the Wordshipfull Justices of Somerset County in Court Sitting the Petition of George Gilliss
      Petn.    Sheweth that Your Petitioner is Possest of three tracts of Land Lying on Baron Creek Called
Chance Oak Hall and Manloves Adventure the bounds thereof are Pracarious Your Petitioner therefore
Humbly prays that Your Worships will be pleased to Appoint Commissioners to Examine Evidences in
Relation to the bounds of the afd. Lands or Any the bounds of Any Other Lands on which the Same may
Depend and Your Petitioner as in duty bound Shall Every pray                                Geo. Gilliss
Whereupon Came here into Court the afd. Petitioner in his Proper person and thereupon the petition afd.
being Read and heard and fully understood it is Considered by the Court here that a Commission Issue to

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