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Colonial and State Records of North Carolina
Military pass for John Mask
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August 02, 1780
Volume 14, Page 523


Mr. John Mask, junr., having testified his attachment to the American Cause by exerting himself in procuring supplies for the Army under my Command, and having himself largely contributed thereto, it is expected that he shall receive no molestation, but be protected in his Person or Property.

Given at my Camp, on the West side of Peedee, this second Day of August, in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty.

[Note.—Protections were given in above form to Joseph Hines, John Mask, Jun., William Thomas, John Mask, Wm. Mask, Walter Leake, William Gaines, John Courtney.]