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191   Thomas Heyward, Jr  $200 Unopened $200 0 You must login to place a bid.

#191 - Thomas Heyward, Jr

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Description                           Estimate: $900+          

Signer of the Declaration of Independence from South Carolina (1746–1809) who was taken prisoner by the British during the siege of Charleston and held for about a year. Partly-printed DS, signed “Tho. Heyward Jnr.,” one page, 12.75 x 7.75, January 30, 1788. A summons issued to a sheriff, commanding him to “attach the Body of Francis Goodwyn, wheresoever he may be found…to be and appear before the Justices of the said State…to answer to Jacob Read of a plea of Trespass…and also for several promises and assumptions made by Francis to the said Jacob made and not performed to the damage of the said Jacob of Fifty four pounds Seven Shillings and Six Pence.” Boldly signed on the left side below the affixed white paper seal. In fine condition, with areas of light soiling. Pre-certified PSA/DNA.

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