|Henry Talerday 1770
Be it remembered that on the fifth day of July one Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy, and in the tenth year of his majestys reign, Henry Talerday and George Fowler both of Beekman’s precinct in said county, came before me William Doughty one of the justices of our said Lord the King assigned to keep the peace in the said county of Dutches and acknowledged themselves to be indebted to our said Lord the King. That is to say Henry Talerday in forty pounds and the said George Fowler twenty pounds of good and lawful money of New York, to be levied of their goods and chattles lands and tenements severally to the use of our said sovereign Lord the King his heirs and successors if the said Henry Talerday shall make default in the condition underwritten.
The condition of this recognizance is such, that if the above bounden Henry Talerday shall personally appear in court at the next General Sessions of the Peace, to be held at Poughkeepsie, in and for the county aforesaid on the first Tuesday in October next ensuing the date hereof to answer unto all such matters as shall be obliged _____ against him by Rebaker Wright the wife of Gabriel Wright of the precinct and county aforesaid for and concerning the breach of the Peace and to do and receive what shall be enjoined. By the said court and in the meantime the said Henry Talerday keep the peace of our sovereign Lord the King as well towards his majesty as his subjects and especially towards the said Rebeker Wright that then this recognizance to be said er E Ye to remain in full force.
Taken and acknowledged the day and year above said Before Me
|John and Jemima Taladay 1789
Be it remembered that you John Taladay and Jemima Taladay his wife acknowledge yourselves indebted to the people of the State of New York, in the sum of forty pounds. And you Thomas Secant acknowledge yourself to be indebted to the people as aforesaid in the sum of twenty pounds to be levied of on each of your goods and chattels lands and tenements if default shall be made in the condition following.
The condition of this recognizance is such, that if the above bounden John Taladay and Jemima his wife shall each of them personally appear before the next General Session of the Peace holden at Poughkeepsie on the second Tuesday of October next and there abide what shall be objected against them by said court and not depart without liberty of said court and in the meantime be of good behavior and keep the peace with all the good people of said state, especially toward Elizabeth Masten then this recognizance to be void otherwise to remain in full force.
Taken and acknowledged this 27th day of July 1789.
Before me, Lemuel Conkling Ju. Peace.
|Hannah Tallada 1791
So be it remembered, that on the 25th day of April 1791, personally appeared before me Jon a. Dennis Esquire one of the justices assigned to keep the peace on and for said county, Wm. Tanner of Beekman Town of said county and Ruben Dennis of said town and county aforesaid their surety and acknowledged themselves indebted to the people of New York. Said Wm. Tanner in the sum of 10 pounds Ruben Dennis the sum of 5 pounds.
To be levied upon their respective goods and chattels, lands and tenements for the use of the people of the state aforesaid if default be made in the condition following.
The condition of the above recognizance is such that if the above bound Wm. Tanner shall personally be and appear before the judges and justices at the court house at Poughkeepsie at the next General Session of the Peace to be held in and for the said county on the third Tuesday in May for being charged with committing an assault on the body of Hannah Tallada and not depart the court without leave and at the same time to keep the peace towards all the Loving people of the state aforesaid and especially toward Hannah Tallada, that then the above recognizance shall be void otherwise of force
Taken before me the date above
Jon a. Dennis J. Peace
|Pennamite Petition circa 1775
Balus Griffis or Griffin
Pennamite Petition - 2nd Column
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