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William DuVal - Petsworth Parish
This information was provided by Mr. Cy Rilee, a descendent of William DuVal.
To Wm. Duval's Acco for making steps for the Organ 0066 lbs tobacco
To Wm Duval's acct for work done to the Church 0160 lbs tobacco.
Ordered that James Baker be collector for this present year & that he receive 35 lb of tobacco & Tith to Discharge the parrish Debts and Mr. William Duval Agrees to be his security for the said Collection 13 Nov 1764
Mr. William Duval is Chosen Vestry man in the room of Mr. Warner Washington who has resigned it.
Mr. William Thornton is Appointed Church Warden in the Room of Mr. William DuVal
Capt Charles Tomkies is Chosen Vestryman in the Room of Mr. William DuVal who declines.
We The Subscribers being this day duly Elected Vestrymen for the Parish of Petsworth in Gloucester County do profess ourselves to be Members of the Protestant Episcopal Church:Georg. Booth, Lewis Booker, Robert Yates, M. Anderson, Peter Kemp, Wm. Sears, Richard Taliaferro, Sterling Thornton, James Baytop, Chas. Tomkies,William Duval, Thomas Booth, and Ben Dabney
Mr. Wm. Duvall & Capt Charles Tomkies are Apointed Church wardens for the time being.
Wm. DuVal & Capt. Lewis Booker are Chosen Churchwardens.
Mr. James Wiatt is Appointed Churchwarden in the room of Mr.Wm. Duvall and to settle with the late Churchwarden for his proceading.
Copyright 2014 by Deana Kathyrn Snow for the DuVal Family Association
Updated 10 April 2014