Writ, Henry Allyn vs. Roger Loomis and Jonah Woodruff
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This Writ (1973-7-18), dated August 5, 1788, is in the hand of Isaac Baldwin, Clerk, ordering the Sheriff of Litchfield County or his deputies or Constables to sell lands and properties of Roger Loomis and Jonah Woodruff to settle a debt they owe Henry Allyn, and to put them in the Litchfield Gaol until they pay Allyn what he was owed. The back of the document indicates that the debt was settled May 7, 1789.
- Created: 1788-1789
- Other: Date acquired: 12/02/1972
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