Virginia Gazette (Parks), Williamsburg,, From Friday, September 17, to Friday, September 24, 1736.
RAN away, on Saturday the 14th of August last, from the Subscriber's Plantation, in Middlesex County, a Convict Servant Man, named Thomas Rennolds, by Trade a Shoe-maker; he is of a small Stature, Smooth-fac'd, and about Twenty Years of Age. He took with him, several Shoe makers Tools, Canvas Wastcoats and Breeches, and wore a Brown Duroy Coat, lin'd with Blue Shalloon, one Black, and one White Wigg, and, 'tis suppos'd, he also took with him a small Bay Horse, branded with a Horse-shoe, on the near Buttock, and has a White Feather, growing on his Mane, near his Withers; an old Hunting Saddle, with a Red Housing, and a Pair of Leather or Canvas Bags. Whoever secures the said Servant, and Horse, or gives Notice of them, so that they may be had again, shall have a Pistole Reward, besides what the Law allows. Anne Smith.