GRAND JURORS OF THE SUPERIOR COURT: NOVEMBER 1783
The first session of the Superior Court of Liberty County was held at Sunbury on the 18th of November, 1783,--their Honors, Chief Justice George Walton, and Assistant Judge Benjamin Andrew, Senior, presiding. On the 20th, the Grand Jury being empanneled and sworn, the Chief Justice delivered a charge in which,--having alluded to the fact that good order and subordination had everywhere characterized the courts presided over by him on this his first riding since the close of the war, and assured them that nothing could so much contribute to confirm the blessings of peace as an observance of the laws which had for their sole object the general happiness of the people...
The grand jurors to whom this charge was delivered, were:
Linda Blum-Barton, State Coordinator
Vivian Price Saffold, Assistant State Coordinator
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