Thomas Jefferson Randolph’s Bond Payable to Opie Norris


On demand, for value received, I, Thomas J Randolph of Albemarle county, promise to pay to Opie Norris, Admr. of John C. Ragland, decd. his heirs or assigns, the sum of twenty seven Dollars and fifty cents, current money of Virginia, with legal interest thereon from the 21st day of February 1824 For the true payment of which I bind myself, my heirs, executors, &c. in the penal sum of fifty five dollars andcents like money. Given under my hand and seal this fifth day of March 1824

J L Thomas Th J Randolph (SEAL)

RC (ViU: Thomas Jefferson and Randolph Family Papers, Mss 9828); printed form, with blanks filled in by Randolph and rendered in italics above; signed by Randolph and Thomas; endorsed in an unknown hand: “Bond Thomas J. Randolph To O. Norris admr of JCR $27.50.”