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Calgy, Hugh - 1843

 Transcribed by Jan Johnson Barnes

2000

 

TSL&A Microfilm #50
Sumner County
County Court Clerk's Minutes
Feb. 1843-June 1846

October 18th 1843
Page 78
Wednesday Morning October 18th court met according to adjournment present the Honorable Thomas Maney Judge

United States of America
State of Tennessee Sumner County circuit court
Be it remembered that on the 18th day of October 1843 personally appeared in open court Hugh Calgy aged about fifty two years a native Ireland who declared on oath that he landed in the city of New York direct from Ireland early in September last where he remained but a short time he then set out for Gallatin in the aforesaid county and state where he arrived on or about 25th of September 1843 the place of his destination. when he left his native country at which place he has fixed his domicile. That it is bona fide his intention to become a citizen of the United States and to renounce forever all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince potentate State or Sovreignty whatever and particularly to his present reigning majesty Victoria Queen of the United Kingdom of great Brittan and Ireland of which he is now a subject. He ask to be admitted to all
page 79
the rights and privileges of an American citizen.
Sworn to before me in open court the 18th day of October AD 1843
Hugh Calgy
G.F. Crocket Clk

 


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