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Source: Duplin Court Of Pleas Minutes Written: April 15, 1793 Recorded: April 15, 1793 15 April 1793 DUPLIN COURT MINUTES Receipt from ELEAZOR CAMPBELL to MICHAEL CAMPBELL for Adm'r. of WILLIAM CAMPBELL, deceased, proved by HENRY STEVENS. Ordered recorded and is as follows: State of North Carolina, Duplin County. This day JOHN ROGERS SR. appeared before us. THOS. HOOKS and FREDERICK BARFIELD, two of the Justices for the County aforesaid made oath on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that he the said ROGERS being brother to the Mother of a certain ELEAZOR CAMPBELL here present, said ROGERS further sayeth that the said ELEAZOR CAMPBELL is the Eldest Brother of a certain WILLIAM CAMPBELL who enlisted in the Continental Service and there continued while the siege of Charles Town and there was killed and further sayeth that MICHAEL SULLIVAN of the County aforesaid did administration of the estate of above mentioned WILLIAM CAMPBELL. (Signed) JOHN ROGERS Test. THOS. HOOKS, FREDERICK BAREFIELD, Jan. 8th 1793. Then received of MICHAEL SULLIVAN, 7 pounds, it being in full of all my right, title, claim and demand in and of the said estate of the above mentioned WILLIAM CAMPBELL. (Signed) ELEAZOR CAMPBELL. Present: WM. SULLIVAN SR., HENRY STEVENS, WILLIAM SULLIVEN.