Sworn to and subscribed before me on the day and year signed aboved mentioned and I do hereby certify that I know said deponent and believe him to be as is stated above; that he is of the age above stated; and that I am not interested in the above claim.
Witness my hand and seal of said court affixed by order of said court now in session.
William H. Robinson Clark (Clerk?)
(It will be noted that Robert M. Campbell, son of William Campbell, and Deborah P. McRee Campbell, filed in behalf of the surviving children of William Campbell, deceased. The law creating the Revolutionary War Pension was not passed until June 7, 1832. His father died in October 1832 and had not filed for the pension.)
From the Treasurer's and Comptroller's papers, Revolutionary Vouchers
William Campbell, Salisbury District.
State of North Carolina
Salisbury District __________ No. 274 (?) Agreeable to an act of General Assembly Papede (?) in Wake County the 14th of July, 173_(?) William Campbell was allowed fourteen pounds, three shillings, and six pence for a public claim, by the lower board of auditors.
December 20, 17 __David Wilson, Auditor Whitt Carthey