James Story to Peyton Kendall
This indenture made this 8th
day of Nov 1832 between Joshua Stockton Clerk of the Fleming County Court of the
one part and James Story of the same county of the other part witnesseth that
the said Joshua Stockton for and in consideration of the covenant herein
expressed and by virtue of an order of the worshipful court of said county made
in pursuance of an act of the General Assembly of Ky doth put Peyton Kendall an
apprentice to the said Story for the term of nine years from the 1st
day of February 1832 until he arrives at the age of 21 years, and the said Story
for himself his heirs _____(?) doeth
covenant promise and agree to and with the said Stockton that he will and truly
teach the said Kendall the trade and mystery of tailoring and will cause him to
be taught to read, write and cipher to the rule of three and during the time
aforesaid shall find and provide for the said apprentice good wholesome and
clean neat lodging and clothing fit for an apprentice to have and at the
expiration of said term to pay the said Kendall the sum of £3.10 shillings
current money at its present value and a decent suit of new clothing.
In testimony where of the partners have hereunto set their hand and seal
the day and date above written.
At a court held for Fleming County on the 8th
day of Nov 1832.
This indenture of apprenticeship binding Peyton Kendall to
James Story for the term of nine years from the 1st day of February
1832 until he shall arrive at the age of twenty one years, was produced in
court, ack’d by the parties thereto and ordered to be recorded which is done.
Leaken D Stockton DC
Submitted by Mickey Teising