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Re: Accessible Archives - found "POTTS"

February 29, 1856
DELAWARE COUNTY REPUBLICAN
Court
Com. vs. George Potts. - The defendant in this case - a colored
man, who kept what is known as the 'Girard House,'in this
Borough - was indicted for selling liquor on Sunday, contrary
to the statute. George, it seems, sold a quart of whiskey to a
colored woman, who represented that it was wanted to bathe her
child. The parties were then on good terms, but subsequently
had a quarrel, which led to the indictment. The Court
sentenced the defendant to pay a fine of fifty dollars, and
undergo imprisonment in the jail of the county for thirty
days.

ITEM #14191
November 16, 1858
VILLAGE RECORD
Marriage On the 11th inst., by the Rev. M.D. Kurtz, at the
Parsonage No. 13 Portico Row, West Chester, Mr. RICHARD
WILLIAMS, of East Nantmeal, to Miss JANE POTTS, of East Caln,
Chester county.


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