200 Years Ago
Hugh Baker, constable of Henry County, presented a bill to the February 1812 term of County Court for $10.75. The bill was for arresting Lawson Moore, Margaret Hammon, and Ann, James and Amos Kelly on charges of committing a felony (unspecified) in March and April of 1811. Part of the bill was for summoning witnesses at the rate of 12.5-cents each.
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