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Saturday, July 14, 2012

I Know Who You Are


This justice of the peace signed an affidavit Ohio in the 1830s. This affidavit is part of the documentation in a Bureau of Land Office patent file.

9 comments:

  1. J W Caymein (followed by an abbreviation which probably indicates his office as justice).

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  2. J W Cayman Junior (abbr) next to the official seal

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  3. J W Cayman, Jus. Seems to me.

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  4. I agree with the J.W. Cayman, but it is impossible to read whether it is Jun or Jus because the Genealogy Bank ad is covering the letters.

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  5. J W Pressman, Jr. Not sure about Jr. Looks more like Jas.

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  6. J W Pressman, Jun or Jus - can't tell

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  7. J.W. Paymern justice

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  8. To view the entire thing, just click on the image.


    J W Pigman Junr (seal)

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