Is anyone familiar with the Dunavan family located in Granville Co, NC in the 1750's?
Does anyone have information/genealogy of the following Sarah Dunavan?
"Granville Co. NC Documents (from Charles O. Duncan 3/1993)
Order 20 June 1754 from Court of Granville Co. NC to Robert Harris & Samuel Benton to examine Sarah Dunnavan, an ancient & infirm woman of the county, a witness, as well on the behalf of Robert Collier Plt. vs. Alexander Hayse Deft, in a suit in Granville Co. Court.
Return 31 Aug. 1754 by Robt. Harris and Samuel Benton, in pursuance to an order of last Court, we have taken the deposition of Sarah Dunavan who says that some time in July 1752 she delivered to her son William Bolling one negro man Will and desired her son to sell him for £42 and not less than £40 but to bring the negro home again, but as to Elexr. Hayse she never gave him any order to sell any negro of hers, but that at the time when her son William took possession of the negro to sell that Mary Adcock alias Haye was in company and askt her the deponant if she would give her what the negro sold for above £40 and she told her that if she was in want she did not know but she might and on the return of her son William he told her he had sold her negro man to Robt. Collier for £42.10, and within six months after Alexr. Haye came to her the deponent and askt her for an order on Robt. Collier for the 50 sh. as she had promissed to give his wife Mary Haye and she told him to draw on Collier for it but he did not do it then."
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