Bounty Land Application Amendment

David Mobley

Act of September 28, 1850


                             Bounty Land Claim

                     Form of Declaration for Surviving

                             Officer or Soldier.

State of Arkansas,

County of Pike,

On this the 22nd day of May A.D. 1852, personally appeared before me,

Jackson Brock, a Justice of the Peace duly authorized by law to administer

oaths within and for the County and State above mentioned, David Mobley, a

resident of the County and State aforesaid, who being duly sworn according

to law declares: that he is the identical David Mobley who was attached to

Captain Thomas Wells company in a Regiment commanded by Col. Hammonds in the

State of Tennessee in the War of 1812, as set forth in his declaration on

file and that (his) certificate of discharge which he received is lost or

mislaid, so that the same is not now nor was it at the time of filing his

declaration, in his possession.

Sworn to & subscribed before me (the) day and year above written.

                            Jackson Brock, J.P.


State of Arkansas,

County of Pike,

I, Thomas K. Dossey, Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for the County and

State aforesaid, do hereby certify: that Jackson Brock, whose genuine

signature appears above is and was at the time of signing the same, a

Justice of the Peace in and for the County and State aforesaid, duly

commissioned and sworn and that all his official acts as such are entitled

to full faith and credit, and that the foregoing Circuit Court is a court of

record having general jurisdiction.

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of

said Court at Murfreesboro' this 22nd May 1852.

                          Thomas K. Dossey, Clerk.


Bounty Land Application Ammendment of David Mobley, Act of September 28,

1850, National Archives, Washington, D.C.


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