Know all men by these presents that I John Cardin am held and firmly bound unto our Sovereign Lord and Lady King William and Queen Mary in the sume of twenty thousand pounds of sound Merchantable Tob: & Caske to the true payment whereof to their Majts. Their heirs & Successors I bind myselfe my heirs Exrs and Admrs firmly by these presents witness my hand & seal this twentieth day of Janry Anoq Dom 1693
The condition of this obligation is such that Whereas the above bound Jno. Cardin hath obtained a Lysense for his Marriage with Anne Parker, now if there shall be noe lawfull Cause to Obstruct the sd Marriage then the above Obligacon to be void othlerwise to stand and remaine of full power force and virtue
Signed sealed & dilivered..... John Cardin. Seale
in ye presence of us
Test Fra Meriweather Cl. Cur.
Orders, 1692, P. 235, Essex County, VA.
↑ U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900; Source number: 2799.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: MZS; Ancestry's U.S. and International Marriage Records Ancestry Record 7836 #202953
↑ Essex County, Virginia, Marriage Index, 1655-1900; Detail
Book: O 46; Page: 235; Ancestry's Essex County, Virginia, Marriage Index Ancestry Record 4033 #1245
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