Duplin County, NC - Court Records Power of Attorney to James T. BONEY of Missouri to Obed CARR of Duplin-1842 Contributed by Grace Williamson TURNER. Transcribed by Sloan Mason State of North Carolina duplin county this 28th of Sept. 1842. I am About to try to rite A few lines to you to try to inform you that I have a Power of eterny to send to the State of Missouri to make aright for one hundred and sixty acres of land so the Cleark informed me that it would not be a good one with out the judge and governers name and Seal to it. So it would be very much oblige to you if you will just put your name and seal to it in doing so you will oblige your friend Send this power of eterny soon as you can to Missouri with out delay to James T. BONEY, Missouri randolph County so no more at present but remains your friend Obed CARR Ples seal it up and excuse bad riting my bad spelling. Obed CARR On reverse: Obed CARR. Enclosing Power of Atto. For the Gov's Certificate affixed and sent 3rd Oc'r 1842. Due Secretary $1.00 as fee --- File. P'd To Mr. John M. MOREHEAD, Gov. Raleigh North Carolina Kenansville N.C. Sept. 30 Paid 2 C't Source: Governor's Papers. John M. Morehead, Governor. G.P.102. First folder. September - December 1842.
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