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title:“Truro Parish Advertisement and Thomazin Ellzey”
authors:George Mason, Thomazin Ellzey
date written:1774-3-31

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Ellzey, Thomazin and George Mason. "Truro Parish Advertisement and Thomazin Ellzey." The Papers of George Mason. Vol. 1. Ed. Bernard Bailyn and James Morton Smith. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1970. 189. Print.

Truro Parish Advertisement and Thomazin Ellzey (March 31, 1774)

[31 March 1774]
To be LET on Friday the 22d of April, at the new Church near Pohick, in Truro Parish, Fairfax County, to the lowest Bidder, by the Vestry of the said Parish.
THE building of a Brick Vestry House 24 Feet long and 18 Feet wide, the enclosing of the said Churchyard 158 Feet square, with Posts and Rails, the Posts to be of sawed Cedar, and the Rails yellow Pine, clear of Sap, with three han[d]some Palisade Gates, the Whole to be done in the neatest and most substantial Manner.
G. MASON,
THOMAZIN ELLZEY,
Churchwardens.

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