200 Years Ago
On July 27, 1812, two citizens were before the county court on the charge of breach of peace. Both were found guilty and fined for their actions (no explanation given). Peter Troutman was fined $4.17 and William O’Nan was fined $8.
On July 24, 1812, Isaac Green posted a marriage bond for 50 pounds in order to secure a license to marry Nancy Roberts, daughter of James Roberts. The bond was co-signed by James Roberts. The wedding ceremony was performed on July 30, 1812, by the Rev. Isaac Malin.
175 Years Ago