Letter – Henry Richmond to George Robson – Oct 1765

Document Type: Letter
Date: Oct 1765
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: George Robson
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Mr George Robson at Halnaby near Darlington 			Newcas[tle] Octo[be]r 1765

Sir            Inclosed is the form of certificate which I mentioned to you; and if you will please to fill up the Blanks and get ------- it signed by the minister & Churchwardens of you parish and the return it to me, Sir Walter Blackett will be obliged to you.

I am etc                                                                                              HR

To all whom it may concern

These are to certify that George Robson of the parish of [left blank] in the County of [left blank]

Son of Geo[rge] Robson of the Heugh in the county of Northumberland is now living Witness our Hands this[left blank] octob[e]r 1765.

………… Minister of


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