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Four days a year had to be spent in helping improve the roads, and if he refused to do so, he either had to go to jail of else pay out the sum of four dollars.
Lawrence has compiled a list of soldiers in the Revolutionary War, Civil War, and World War who later became members of the judiciary of North Carolina. Among them are Colonel John Stokes and Samuel Ashe of New Hanover County.