Jail break, no. 4.
by Lisa Y. Henderson
50 Dollars Reward. Broke the jail of Orange county, on the night of 30th November, 1821, two prisoners, Archibald Brown and Meredith Chavers. – Said Brown was charged with murder, and was sent to said jail from Chatham county. He resided on Rocky River, in Chatham county, where his family now lives. He is about 5 feet 9 or 10 inches high, fair complexion, has pimples upon his face and nose, and is addicted to intoxication. Chavers is a free mulatto, about 6 feet high, and formerly lived on the waters of Back Creek, in Orange county. The above reward will be paid to any person who will arrest the said Brown in this state, so that I get him again; and a reward of five dollars for the arrest and delivery of the said Chavers to me. JAMES CLANCY, Jailor. December 1st, 1821.
Western Carolinian, 25 Dec 1821.