Bond: William H. Werth
Company A, 101st Regiment Virginia Militia
Pittsylvania County, Virginia
May 1860

From Militia Bonds 1860-1861, pp. 1 and 2, from the office of the Clerk of Court, Pittsylvania County, Virginia (research by Sarah E. Mitchell, VintageDesigns.com).

Know all men by these presents, That we,
Wm. H. Werth,
George A. Carter,
Tarpley White,

are held and firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Virginia, in the
Sum of
One thousand
Five hundred & fifty dollars

Dollars, for the payment of which we bind ourselves, our heirs and assigns, jointly and severally.

The condition of the above obligations is such,
That whereas the above bound W.H. Werth is Commandant of a Volunteer Company A of Light Infantry of the 101st Regiment of Virginia Militia, and has received from Capt. Charles Dimmock Superindent of the Armory, Sixty five percussion muskets and bayonets for the purpose of arming and equipping the said Campany A 101st Regiment. Now, if the said W.H. Werth shall duly perform the duties imposed on him in relation to said arms by the provisions of the thirty-first section of the Act for the better organization of the Militia of Virginia, passed March 30, 1860, then this obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue.

Witness our hands and seals this 15th day of May 1860
W.H. Werth (seal)
Geo. A Carter (seal)
Tarply White (seal)

I certify that the above surety is good and sufficient
L. Scruggs, Clk of Pittsylvania County Court

In the clerk's office of the county court of Pittsylvania County on the 15th day of May 1860. The foregoing Bond was returned and admitted to record.
Teste.
L. Scruggs, clk.


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