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Date 8/10/1859
Grantor and Grantee John A. Scott & Eliza his wife/ Caleb Shepherd
Abstract lot on road from Cambridge to Church Creek, opposite lower field of cleared land of the "Summrhouse Farm", adj. lands of Thomas J. Dail, Lewis Ross, Dr. A. H. Bayly and John W. Dail, and containing 25-3/4 acres more or less, now in the occupancy of Thomas Keene, free Negro, deeded by the Administrators of Thomas Dail to the said John A. Scott, called "Bellfield, by deed FJH4: 85.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH 4: 462
Date 8/10/1859
Grantor and Grantee John A. Scott & Eliza his wife/ Caleb Shepherd
Abstract lot on road from Cambridge to Church Creek, opposite lower field of cleared land of the "Summrhouse Farm", adj. lands of Thomas J. Dail, Lewis Ross, Dr. A. H. Bayly and John W. Dail, and containing 25-3/4 acres more or less, now in the occupancy of Thomas Keene, free Negro, deeded by the Administrators of Thomas Dail to the said John A. Scott, called "Bellfield, by deed FJH4: 85.
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Date 8/19/1859
Grantor and Grantee Samuel M. Brohawn/ Sarah Gamba, free woman of color
Abstract lot near Slaughter Creek containing 12 acres more or less, adj. Stewart Vickers' land.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:468
Date 8/19/1859
Grantor and Grantee Samuel M. Brohawn/ Sarah Gamba, free woman of color
Abstract lot near Slaughter Creek containing 12 acres more or less, adj. Stewart Vickers' land.
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Date 10/17/1859
Grantor and Grantee Harry Cornish, Charity Cornish and Hannah Cornish, free colored people / Henry Wright
Abstract land in Rosses Neck on which Harry Cornish resides, adm. The lands of Henry Wright, conveyed by Charity Brohawn Jul 13, 1850 by deed FJH3:283, on a small cove which makes out of Hudson Creek called Thomases Cove, and containing five acres more or less called "Muirs Addition"
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:485
Date 10/17/1859
Grantor and Grantee Harry Cornish, Charity Cornish and Hannah Cornish, free colored people / Henry Wright
Abstract land in Rosses Neck on which Harry Cornish resides, adm. The lands of Henry Wright, conveyed by Charity Brohawn Jul 13, 1850 by deed FJH3:283, on a small cove which makes out of Hudson Creek called Thomases Cove, and containing five acres more or less called "Muirs Addition"
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Date 1/12/1860
Grantor and Grantee George Booze / Martin W. Foxwell
Abstract land where said George Booze now resides, purchased by him from John S. Staplefort and Samuel Bratton, containing 200 acres more or less, in Lakes District. (Mortgage). Mentions the unexpired time of three apprentice bound negroes, namely, Adam Bennett, Richard Griffin and Clarecy Griffin and livestock and personal property.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:528
Date 1/12/1860
Grantor and Grantee George Booze / Martin W. Foxwell
Abstract land where said George Booze now resides, purchased by him from John S. Staplefort and Samuel Bratton, containing 200 acres more or less, in Lakes District. (Mortgage). Mentions the unexpired time of three apprentice bound negroes, namely, Adam Bennett, Richard Griffin and Clarecy Griffin and livestock and personal property.
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Date 1/10/1860
Grantor and Grantee Thomas W. Anderson, trustee of Samuel D. LeCompte 10/16/1854 / Mrs. Sarah B. LeCompte, wife of Dr. William B. LeCompte
Abstract house and lot at High Street and Gay Alley in Cambridge, on the southern side of said street and alley, binding on said alley from the lot of John R. Keene to said High Street, then with High Street to the lot of Casey Kennerd, free Negro, binding therewith to the lot of John R. Keene and binding therewith to the place of beginning, being the same premises occupied by Samuel D. LeCompte during his residence in Cambridge.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:531
Date 1/10/1860
Grantor and Grantee Thomas W. Anderson, trustee of Samuel D. LeCompte 10/16/1854 / Mrs. Sarah B. LeCompte, wife of Dr. William B. LeCompte
Abstract house and lot at High Street and Gay Alley in Cambridge, on the southern side of said street and alley, binding on said alley from the lot of John R. Keene to said High Street, then with High Street to the lot of Casey Kennerd, free Negro, binding therewith to the lot of John R. Keene and binding therewith to the place of beginning, being the same premises occupied by Samuel D. LeCompte during his residence in Cambridge.
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Date 1/29/1860
Grantor and Grantee Thomas Stewart / William W. Byrn
Abstract "Pilgrimage", "Ennalls Ridge", "John's Choice", Spriggs Discovery" and "Haywards Lot" by deed FJH4:442, with Negroes Bill, aged about 21 years, and Adam, alias Jeff, aged about 16 years. (Mortgage)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:553
Date 1/29/1860
Grantor and Grantee Thomas Stewart / William W. Byrn
Abstract "Pilgrimage", "Ennalls Ridge", "John's Choice", Spriggs Discovery" and "Haywards Lot" by deed FJH4:442, with Negroes Bill, aged about 21 years, and Adam, alias Jeff, aged about 16 years. (Mortgage)
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Date 12/22/1859
Grantor and Grantee James M. Carroll & Deborah his wife / Algernon Thomas, Nicolous Wright, Nathan Williams, William Mobry & Stephen Andrews
Abstract part of "Grove" adj. Eliza Wright's part of "North Division" in trust for the colored people of the M.E. Church, where the old Washington Church now stands.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:563
Date 12/22/1859
Grantor and Grantee James M. Carroll & Deborah his wife / Algernon Thomas, Nicolous Wright, Nathan Williams, William Mobry & Stephen Andrews
Abstract part of "Grove" adj. Eliza Wright's part of "North Division" in trust for the colored people of the M.E. Church, where the old Washington Church now stands.
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Date 3/3/1860
Grantor and Grantee William Rea / Wineber Holland, free colored man
Abstract land near the road from Church Creek to Cambridge, part of the original lot of "Bellafield" which was assigned about 1812 under writ of partition in the name of James Rea vs. Peter Rea, John Rea and William Rea, to the said William Rea and laid out in lots, adj. lots of Gabriel Kiah and wife and part of the same lot, adj. the lot sold to James Henry and containing about 6 acres, with a right of way out to the Fishing Creek and Church Creek Road near where the old Presbyterian Church stood.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:566
Date 3/3/1860
Grantor and Grantee William Rea / Wineber Holland, free colored man
Abstract land near the road from Church Creek to Cambridge, part of the original lot of "Bellafield" which was assigned about 1812 under writ of partition in the name of James Rea vs. Peter Rea, John Rea and William Rea, to the said William Rea and laid out in lots, adj. lots of Gabriel Kiah and wife and part of the same lot, adj. the lot sold to James Henry and containing about 6 acres, with a right of way out to the Fishing Creek and Church Creek Road near where the old Presbyterian Church stood.
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Date 3/1/1860
Grantor and Grantee Edward C. Johnson & Amelia R. Johnson / Joseph Bowley, free colored man
Abstract land in Lakes District, purchased by said Johnson from Levin Mister and wife, on the south side of the road from Lakesville to Hoopers Straits;, adj. Denwood Johnson's land and lands of Hagar Bowley (Joseph's wife) and William Andrews and containing 30 acres acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:569
Date 3/1/1860
Grantor and Grantee Edward C. Johnson & Amelia R. Johnson / Joseph Bowley, free colored man
Abstract land in Lakes District, purchased by said Johnson from Levin Mister and wife, on the south side of the road from Lakesville to Hoopers Straits;, adj. Denwood Johnson's land and lands of Hagar Bowley (Joseph's wife) and William Andrews and containing 30 acres acres more or less.
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Date 9/19/1860
Grantor and Grantee John Slater, free colored man / Lewis Ross
Abstract "Addition to Bell Voir" whereon said John Slater now resides, described in deed executed this day by Joseph Stafford and Ann E. Hooper to him, near the head of Jenkins Creek, on the south of the road from Cambridge to Castle Haven Neck and containing 20 acres more or less. (Mortgage)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:657
Date 9/19/1860
Grantor and Grantee John Slater, free colored man / Lewis Ross
Abstract "Addition to Bell Voir" whereon said John Slater now resides, described in deed executed this day by Joseph Stafford and Ann E. Hooper to him, near the head of Jenkins Creek, on the south of the road from Cambridge to Castle Haven Neck and containing 20 acres more or less. (Mortgage)
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Date 9/19/1860
Grantor and Grantee Joseph Stafford & Ann E. Hooper / John Slater, colored man
Abstract land where said John Slater now resides, near Jenkins Creek, which Joseph Stafford purchased of Charles W. Breerwood, called "Addition to Bell Voire", containing 20 acres more or less; mortgaged July 29, 1850 by Joseph Stafford to Mrs. Ann E. Hooper and conveyed July 2, 1855, by bond by said Joseph Stafford to John Slater, who has now satisfied the mortgage and the full consideration of the bond.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:657
Date 9/19/1860
Grantor and Grantee Joseph Stafford & Ann E. Hooper / John Slater, colored man
Abstract land where said John Slater now resides, near Jenkins Creek, which Joseph Stafford purchased of Charles W. Breerwood, called "Addition to Bell Voire", containing 20 acres more or less; mortgaged July 29, 1850 by Joseph Stafford to Mrs. Ann E. Hooper and conveyed July 2, 1855, by bond by said Joseph Stafford to John Slater, who has now satisfied the mortgage and the full consideration of the bond.
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Date 11/7/1860
Grantor and Grantee Emory Castle & Jane his wife / Ann C. Leness Jones, free colored woman
Abstract part of " Talls Forrest" on the south side of Burtons Road, and part of a tract deeded to said Castle by William R. Tall and wife.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:674
Date 11/7/1860
Grantor and Grantee Emory Castle & Jane his wife / Ann C. Leness Jones, free colored woman
Abstract part of " Talls Forrest" on the south side of Burtons Road, and part of a tract deeded to said Castle by William R. Tall and wife.
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Date 4/27/1857
Grantor and Grantee William T. Insley / Levin W. Insley
Abstract Interest in farm where his mother, Catherin Insley, now resides; also, the John Farm where Robert Travers, free Negro, resides.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:19
Date 4/27/1857
Grantor and Grantee William T. Insley / Levin W. Insley
Abstract Interest in farm where his mother, Catherin Insley, now resides; also, the John Farm where Robert Travers, free Negro, resides.
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Date 5/30/1857
Grantor and Grantee William Morris, Negro / Samuel Corner
Abstract lot on the west side of High Street in Cambridge where said Morris now resides, this day conveyed to Morris by Araminta S. and Margaret E. LeCompte. (Mortgage)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:24
Date 5/30/1857
Grantor and Grantee William Morris, Negro / Samuel Corner
Abstract lot on the west side of High Street in Cambridge where said Morris now resides, this day conveyed to Morris by Araminta S. and Margaret E. LeCompte. (Mortgage)
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Date 5/18/1857
Grantor and Grantee John D. Farquharson / Sarah Pokety, colored woman
Abstract lot at Cedar and Pine Streets in Cambridge, adj. John Pokety's lot. (lease)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:26
Date 5/18/1857
Grantor and Grantee John D. Farquharson / Sarah Pokety, colored woman
Abstract lot at Cedar and Pine Streets in Cambridge, adj. John Pokety's lot. (lease)
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Date 5/18/1857
Grantor and Grantee James Wheatley and Iba his wife / George Applegarth
Abstract 7 acres, part of the tract where said Applegarth now resides, adj. Mr. Levin Seward's land called "Eccleston Neck". (life interest reserved. Acknowledged by James Wheatley, Negro, and Iba his wife.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:31
Date 5/18/1857
Grantor and Grantee James Wheatley and Iba his wife / George Applegarth
Abstract 7 acres, part of the tract where said Applegarth now resides, adj. Mr. Levin Seward's land called "Eccleston Neck". (life interest reserved. Acknowledged by James Wheatley, Negro, and Iba his wife.
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Date 5/30/1857
Grantor and Grantee Araminta S. LeCompte and Margaret E. LeCompte / William Morris, free Negro
Abstract lot where said Morris now lives, on the west side of High Street in Cambridge, adj. the lots sold to Hester Kennard and Francis J. Henry
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:33
Date 5/30/1857
Grantor and Grantee Araminta S. LeCompte and Margaret E. LeCompte / William Morris, free Negro
Abstract lot where said Morris now lives, on the west side of High Street in Cambridge, adj. the lots sold to Hester Kennard and Francis J. Henry
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Date 5/30/1857
Grantor and Grantee Josiah Hughes and Caroline Hughes his wife, colored persons / James T. Cromwell, colored
Abstract lands in or near Transquaking called "Hoopers Lot", "Timber Yard" and "Ennalls Forest of Friendship", containing 261 1/2 acres, purchased by Josiah Hughes fro William Corkran April 15, 1851, by deed --WJ65 (except the dower right of Miriam Corkran, widow of William Corkran deceased.)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:34
Date 5/30/1857
Grantor and Grantee Josiah Hughes and Caroline Hughes his wife, colored persons / James T. Cromwell, colored
Abstract lands in or near Transquaking called "Hoopers Lot", "Timber Yard" and "Ennalls Forest of Friendship", containing 261 1/2 acres, purchased by Josiah Hughes fro William Corkran April 15, 1851, by deed --WJ65 (except the dower right of Miriam Corkran, widow of William Corkran deceased.)
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Date 6/22/1857
Grantor and Grantee William Bryan, free colored man / James Webb, colored man
Abstract land near Cordtown purchased by said Bryan from Thomas Wingate, adj. lands of F. P. Phelps and Levin Jones, and containing 33 acres. (Mortgage)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:45
Date 6/22/1857
Grantor and Grantee William Bryan, free colored man / James Webb, colored man
Abstract land near Cordtown purchased by said Bryan from Thomas Wingate, adj. lands of F. P. Phelps and Levin Jones, and containing 33 acres. (Mortgage)
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Date 6/26/1857
Grantor and Grantee Joseph W. Muse of Baltimore City / Alexander H. Bayly, brother of Anne E. A. Muse the wife of said Joseph E. Muse, in trust for benefit of said Anne E. A. Muse
Abstract all the property which came came to said Anne by the will of her father Josiah Bayly of Dorchester County, or as heir at law or distributee of her mother Ann H. Bayly deceased, the proceeds from sale of slaves in Richmond, Virginia, "same having come to the hands of James W. Raisin of Baltimore City"......
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:49
Date 6/26/1857
Grantor and Grantee Joseph W. Muse of Baltimore City / Alexander H. Bayly, brother of Anne E. A. Muse the wife of said Joseph E. Muse, in trust for benefit of said Anne E. A. Muse
Abstract all the property which came came to said Anne by the will of her father Josiah Bayly of Dorchester County, or as heir at law or distributee of her mother Ann H. Bayly deceased, the proceeds from sale of slaves in Richmond, Virginia, "same having come to the hands of James W. Raisin of Baltimore City"......
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Date 9/2/1857
Grantor and Grantee William Thompson & Mary his wife (Negroes) / John Webster
Abstract part of "Preston Vale", being part of the lands purchased by John Thompson deceased from James T. Smith, and devised by said John Thompson to the said William Thompson, his son.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:81
Date 9/2/1857
Grantor and Grantee William Thompson & Mary his wife (Negroes) / John Webster
Abstract part of "Preston Vale", being part of the lands purchased by John Thompson deceased from James T. Smith, and devised by said John Thompson to the said William Thompson, his son.
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Date 5/16/1856
Grantor and Grantee Sylvester H. Smith & Mary his wife / Alexander Prattis (colored) of Caroline County
Abstract part of "Moores Meadows" on the road from Federalsburg to Grey's Mills, adj. Luke Brewington's lot and on Nanticocke River, and containing about 1- 1/2 acres.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:88
Date 5/16/1856
Grantor and Grantee Sylvester H. Smith & Mary his wife / Alexander Prattis (colored) of Caroline County
Abstract part of "Moores Meadows" on the road from Federalsburg to Grey's Mills, adj. Luke Brewington's lot and on Nanticocke River, and containing about 1- 1/2 acres.
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Date 3/30/1857
Grantor and Grantee John Henry (colored man) / Thomas W. Anderson
Abstract lot recently purchased by said John Henry from Margaret E. and Araminta S. LeCompte, on the west side of High Street in Cambridge, on which the said John has since erected a dwelling. (Mortgage)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:94
Date 3/30/1857
Grantor and Grantee John Henry (colored man) / Thomas W. Anderson
Abstract lot recently purchased by said John Henry from Margaret E. and Araminta S. LeCompte, on the west side of High Street in Cambridge, on which the said John has since erected a dwelling. (Mortgage)
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Date 10/17/1857
Grantor and Grantee John T. Stewart and Henrietta his wife / John Tubman, colored man
Abstract land adj. the land sold by said Stewart and wife to George Marshall, containing 10 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:100
Date 10/17/1857
Grantor and Grantee John T. Stewart and Henrietta his wife / John Tubman, colored man
Abstract land adj. the land sold by said Stewart and wife to George Marshall, containing 10 acres more or less.
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Date 8/26/1857
Grantor and Grantee Henry Bibby and Sarah his wife / John Sanders, free colored man
Abstract part of "Bell Voye", containing 54-2/4 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:107
Date 8/26/1857
Grantor and Grantee Henry Bibby and Sarah his wife / John Sanders, free colored man
Abstract part of "Bell Voye", containing 54-2/4 acres more or less.
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Date 11/4/1857
Grantor and Grantee Moses Banks & Rachel his wife, free colored persons / Joseph Stafford, free colored man
Abstract "Slacums Lot Regulated", containing 103 acres more or less, which John S. Staplefort bought of Henry Page Esq., trustee for real estate of Robert Hart (see deed from John S. Staplefort t George Mister dated November 26 1838), with the use of a wood landing on Rackoon Creek.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:108
Date 11/4/1857
Grantor and Grantee Moses Banks & Rachel his wife, free colored persons / Joseph Stafford, free colored man
Abstract "Slacums Lot Regulated", containing 103 acres more or less, which John S. Staplefort bought of Henry Page Esq., trustee for real estate of Robert Hart (see deed from John S. Staplefort t George Mister dated November 26 1838), with the use of a wood landing on Rackoon Creek.
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Date 11/7/1857
Grantor and Grantee Robert F. Thompson, Executor of James Thompson / William Lee of Hy, free colored man
Abstract land sold but not conveyed by said deceased during his lifetime to the said William Lee of Hy., where Rose Cook lived in 1849, adj. James Hutchingson's farm, being part of the land conveyed by James Hutchinson and wife to the said James Thompson by deed of May 20, 1841
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:121
Date 11/7/1857
Grantor and Grantee Robert F. Thompson, Executor of James Thompson / William Lee of Hy, free colored man
Abstract land sold but not conveyed by said deceased during his lifetime to the said William Lee of Hy., where Rose Cook lived in 1849, adj. James Hutchingson's farm, being part of the land conveyed by James Hutchinson and wife to the said James Thompson by deed of May 20, 1841
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Date 2/1/1858
Grantor and Grantee Caleb Shepherd / Ann M. Stewart
Abstract land sold by Caleb Shepherd as trustee under decree of Circuit Court in a cause betwen Ann M. Stewart and Alexander H. Jones, Comps., and Alice P. Jones, Defdt., a house and lot in Cambridge called the Old Tavern, now occupied by John Fidler and family .....; also another house and lot in the same town and on the same street under rent to Eliza Waggaman and occupied by her Negro woman Rebecca Miller, .....
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:145
Date 2/1/1858
Grantor and Grantee Caleb Shepherd / Ann M. Stewart
Abstract land sold by Caleb Shepherd as trustee under decree of Circuit Court in a cause betwen Ann M. Stewart and Alexander H. Jones, Comps., and Alice P. Jones, Defdt., a house and lot in Cambridge called the Old Tavern, now occupied by John Fidler and family .....; also another house and lot in the same town and on the same street under rent to Eliza Waggaman and occupied by her Negro woman Rebecca Miller, .....
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Date 1/22/1858
Grantor and Grantee Byus C. Wheatley / Levin H. Cannon (colored man)
Abstract land in Northwest Fork District allotted to grantor from the real estate of Edward Wheatley deceased, adj. Joseph H. Bell's land, on the road form Crotchers Ferry to Galestown, containing about 10 acres, called "Hopewell"
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:148
Date 1/22/1858
Grantor and Grantee Byus C. Wheatley / Levin H. Cannon (colored man)
Abstract land in Northwest Fork District allotted to grantor from the real estate of Edward Wheatley deceased, adj. Joseph H. Bell's land, on the road form Crotchers Ferry to Galestown, containing about 10 acres, called "Hopewell"
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Date 2/1/1858
Grantor and Grantee Traverse B. Tolley / Levi D. Traverse in trust for his creditors
Abstract Land where Tolley now lives called "Tolleys Delight".......described in deed from John Tolley to the said Traverse B. Tolley, with slaves and personal property
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:150
Date 2/1/1858
Grantor and Grantee Traverse B. Tolley / Levi D. Traverse in trust for his creditors
Abstract Land where Tolley now lives called "Tolleys Delight".......described in deed from John Tolley to the said Traverse B. Tolley, with slaves and personal property
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Date 2/12/1858
Grantor and Grantee William Rea & John A. Scott / William W. LeCompte & Sarah A. LeCompte his wife
Abstract release of mortgage 6 WJ 32 concerning bond of said LeCompte & wife to Job Beckwith & Rebecca Wheeler Admrs. of Peter Wheeler, on a house and lot on Race Street in Cambridge, and slaves.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:153
Date 2/12/1858
Grantor and Grantee William Rea & John A. Scott / William W. LeCompte & Sarah A. LeCompte his wife
Abstract release of mortgage 6 WJ 32 concerning bond of said LeCompte & wife to Job Beckwith & Rebecca Wheeler Admrs. of Peter Wheeler, on a house and lot on Race Street in Cambridge, and slaves.
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Date 2/10/1858
Grantor and Grantee Rachel Brown, widow of Simon Brown, and Samuel S. Brown, free colored person / Edward Shepherd
Abstract lot in Cambridge bounded on the west by the lot of Dr. Thomas H. Handy, on the east by Beck Street, on the south by land of John Jackson and on the north by thelot of Joseph Brown's heirs; being the same lot of which Simon Brown, free colored men, died seized.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:157
Date 2/10/1858
Grantor and Grantee Rachel Brown, widow of Simon Brown, and Samuel S. Brown, free colored person / Edward Shepherd
Abstract lot in Cambridge bounded on the west by the lot of Dr. Thomas H. Handy, on the east by Beck Street, on the south by land of John Jackson and on the north by thelot of Joseph Brown's heirs; being the same lot of which Simon Brown, free colored men, died seized.
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Date 3/18/1858
Grantor and Grantee Hester Mitchell / Moses Kenanrd
Abstract part of "Jinkins Creek" laid off to said Hester from the real estate of her late father Peter Mithell, containing about 8 acres. (Mortgage, to secure Kennard for "entering into Recognizance as Security fgor Hester Mitchell and Eliza Ann Mitchell, "cold." woman to keep the peace and make their appearance at te April Term of Circuit Court of Dorchester County.)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:163
Date 3/18/1858
Grantor and Grantee Hester Mitchell / Moses Kenanrd
Abstract part of "Jinkins Creek" laid off to said Hester from the real estate of her late father Peter Mithell, containing about 8 acres. (Mortgage, to secure Kennard for "entering into Recognizance as Security fgor Hester Mitchell and Eliza Ann Mitchell, "cold." woman to keep the peace and make their appearance at te April Term of Circuit Court of Dorchester County.)
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Date 4/6/1858
Grantor and Grantee Thomas E. Williams / John W. Browhawn
Abstract "Locust Forest" in New Market District near Hicksburg , as well as other named lands mentioned along with Negro slaves, livestock and personal property. (Mortgage, in connection with the case of Arthur J. Willis against said Thomas E. Williams in the Circuit Court for Dorchester County).
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:174
Date 4/6/1858
Grantor and Grantee Thomas E. Williams / John W. Browhawn
Abstract "Locust Forest" in New Market District near Hicksburg , as well as other named lands mentioned along with Negro slaves, livestock and personal property. (Mortgage, in connection with the case of Arthur J. Willis against said Thomas E. Williams in the Circuit Court for Dorchester County).
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Date 4/30/1858
Grantor and Grantee John W. Crisfield of Somerset County to William C. Huffington of Dorchester
Abstract Release of mortgage WJ:214 on a farm purchased by Henry Page, deceased at the sale of the property of William S. Byus made by John H. Hodson Esq., Sheriff; described in deed from the Sheriff to Page, dated February 27, 1843, and conveyed by said John W. Crisfield as trustee to the said William C. Huffington; and slaves
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:193
Date 4/30/1858
Grantor and Grantee John W. Crisfield of Somerset County to William C. Huffington of Dorchester
Abstract Release of mortgage WJ:214 on a farm purchased by Henry Page, deceased at the sale of the property of William S. Byus made by John H. Hodson Esq., Sheriff; described in deed from the Sheriff to Page, dated February 27, 1843, and conveyed by said John W. Crisfield as trustee to the said William C. Huffington; and slaves
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Date 7/7/1858
Grantor and Grantee Thomas K. Eunick / Thomas F. Rea
Abstract all Eunick's property, in trust for the benefit of his creditors, consisting of stock in trade in storehouse at the crossroads in Cambridge, and livestock etc.; mentions slave Aaron Hayes and free Negroes Moses Kennard and William Fisher, and a small house and lot near Windsmores Bridge.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:229
Date 7/7/1858
Grantor and Grantee Thomas K. Eunick / Thomas F. Rea
Abstract all Eunick's property, in trust for the benefit of his creditors, consisting of stock in trade in storehouse at the crossroads in Cambridge, and livestock etc.; mentions slave Aaron Hayes and free Negroes Moses Kennard and William Fisher, and a small house and lot near Windsmores Bridge.
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Date 8/10/1858
Grantor and Grantee Eliza Landers / Anthony Driver
Abstract land called "Murrays Addition" on Blackwater River, which descended to the said Eliza Landers from her father John Drive (free Negro), containing 18 1/2 acres more or less. (Mortgage)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:246
Date 8/10/1858
Grantor and Grantee Eliza Landers / Anthony Driver
Abstract land called "Murrays Addition" on Blackwater River, which descended to the said Eliza Landers from her father John Drive (free Negro), containing 18 1/2 acres more or less. (Mortgage)
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Date 8/30/1858
Grantor and Grantee Alfred J. Moobray, Administrator of Levin Moobray deceased / James Webb, colored man
Abstract Release of Mortgage WJ6:89, to Mary Warren, now deceased; the balance of said mortgage having been paid by said Webb to her Administrator, Levin Moobray, who has died without executing a release, this release is executed by the said Alfred J. Moobray as Administrator the said Levin Moobray
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:268
Date 8/30/1858
Grantor and Grantee Alfred J. Moobray, Administrator of Levin Moobray deceased / James Webb, colored man
Abstract Release of Mortgage WJ6:89, to Mary Warren, now deceased; the balance of said mortgage having been paid by said Webb to her Administrator, Levin Moobray, who has died without executing a release, this release is executed by the said Alfred J. Moobray as Administrator the said Levin Moobray
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Date 9/20/1858
Grantor and Grantee Richard Tilghman Goldsborough / Daniel M. Henry in trust for the benefit of his creditors
Abstract all his real and personal estate, consisting of lands purchased by him from Martin L. Wright deceased, on Jenkins Creek, composing the farm where said Goldsborough now resides;...[and other lands]...purchased from Abram Camper; and land adj. the aforesaid lands, purchased by said Goldborough at Contastable and Sheriff's sale, and sold as the property of the heirs of Peter Mitchell, free Negro, deceased; with slaves, livestock and other personal property.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:270
Date 9/20/1858
Grantor and Grantee Richard Tilghman Goldsborough / Daniel M. Henry in trust for the benefit of his creditors
Abstract all his real and personal estate, consisting of lands purchased by him from Martin L. Wright deceased, on Jenkins Creek, composing the farm where said Goldsborough now resides;...[and other lands]...purchased from Abram Camper; and land adj. the aforesaid lands, purchased by said Goldborough at Contastable and Sheriff's sale, and sold as the property of the heirs of Peter Mitchell, free Negro, deceased; with slaves, livestock and other personal property.
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Date 4/26/1858
Grantor and Grantee Anthony C. Thompson and Susan his wife / Thomas W. Anderson, trustee
Abstract lands in Caroline County and in Poplar Neck purchased by said Anthony from Mrs. Eliza G. Kerr Jacob C. Wilson, containing about 19 acres, with 1/2 of a mill seat and sawmille...[other lands mentioned] being the residue of the lands purchased by said Anthony C. Thompson from William Rea as trustee and from Joseph R Eccleston; with livestock and personal property, including slaves: Robert Spriggs aged 28 years, Levin Tyler aged 26 years, Jerry Ennalls aged 24 years, Abram Spriggs aged 18 years, Jerry Young aged 16 years, Moses Young aged 14 years, Francis Young aged 12 years, Alexander Kiah aged 11 years, George Young aged 9 years, Charles E. Young aged 7 years, Thomas H. Nicols aged 4 years, Walter Scott Tyler aged 2 years, James Henry (child of Cassey) aged about 4 months, Phoebe Kiah aged about 26 years, Cassey Nicols aged 26 years Angelia Young aged 22 years, Nancy Young aged 19 years, Lucy Dacum aged 13 years, Caroline (child of Angelina Young) aged 6 years, Eliza Jane Elizabeth Young aged 4 years, Mary E. Tyler, Sarah E. Young, child of Angelina Young, and Martina Kiah, aged about 6 months, as slave until they are 30 years of age and then to be free.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:286
Date 4/26/1858
Grantor and Grantee Anthony C. Thompson and Susan his wife / Thomas W. Anderson, trustee
Abstract lands in Caroline County and in Poplar Neck purchased by said Anthony from Mrs. Eliza G. Kerr Jacob C. Wilson, containing about 19 acres, with 1/2 of a mill seat and sawmille...[other lands mentioned] being the residue of the lands purchased by said Anthony C. Thompson from William Rea as trustee and from Joseph R Eccleston; with livestock and personal property, including slaves: Robert Spriggs aged 28 years, Levin Tyler aged 26 years, Jerry Ennalls aged 24 years, Abram Spriggs aged 18 years, Jerry Young aged 16 years, Moses Young aged 14 years, Francis Young aged 12 years, Alexander Kiah aged 11 years, George Young aged 9 years, Charles E. Young aged 7 years, Thomas H. Nicols aged 4 years, Walter Scott Tyler aged 2 years, James Henry (child of Cassey) aged about 4 months, Phoebe Kiah aged about 26 years, Cassey Nicols aged 26 years Angelia Young aged 22 years, Nancy Young aged 19 years, Lucy Dacum aged 13 years, Caroline (child of Angelina Young) aged 6 years, Eliza Jane Elizabeth Young aged 4 years, Mary E. Tyler, Sarah E. Young, child of Angelina Young, and Martina Kiah, aged about 6 months, as slave until they are 30 years of age and then to be free.
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Date 11/6/1858
Grantor and Grantee Francis W. Tall / Sarah A. Tall
Abstract all his interest in real estate of Reuben Tall deceased, laid off by Peter Harrington, Joseph Brooks Sr., Thomas Woolford and Levin Phillips, Commissioners, as and for the portion of Henrietta Tall, wife of the said Francis W. Tall; also Negro slaves, livestock, etc.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:295
Date 11/6/1858
Grantor and Grantee Francis W. Tall / Sarah A. Tall
Abstract all his interest in real estate of Reuben Tall deceased, laid off by Peter Harrington, Joseph Brooks Sr., Thomas Woolford and Levin Phillips, Commissioners, as and for the portion of Henrietta Tall, wife of the said Francis W. Tall; also Negro slaves, livestock, etc.
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Date 11/2/1858
Grantor and Grantee Sarah A. Tall Thomas Willis
Abstract lot in Tobaccostick, the late residence of Reuben Tall deceased, conveyed to said Sarah A. Tall by S. Columbus Tall and wife and Francis W. Tall and wife by deed of May 6, 1857, recorded FJH4:102; also two slaves, Richard and Jane. (Mortgage)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:298
Date 11/2/1858
Grantor and Grantee Sarah A. Tall Thomas Willis
Abstract lot in Tobaccostick, the late residence of Reuben Tall deceased, conveyed to said Sarah A. Tall by S. Columbus Tall and wife and Francis W. Tall and wife by deed of May 6, 1857, recorded FJH4:102; also two slaves, Richard and Jane. (Mortgage)
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Date 12/28/1858
Grantor and Grantee Thomas J. Dail & Frances S. Dail his wife / John H. Anthony, free Negro of Baltimore City
Abstract lot on the road from Cambridge to Castle Haven Neck, purchased by said Thomas J. Dail form the late Arthur Bell, containing about 14 acres, being part of "Belfield" and "Clifton", described in deed ER9:337 from Littleton M. Robinson to Arthur Bell, dated 1824, and conveyed to said Thomas J. Dail by Brice J. Goldsborough, trustee by deed WJ4:124 dated 1848.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:330
Date 12/28/1858
Grantor and Grantee Thomas J. Dail & Frances S. Dail his wife / John H. Anthony, free Negro of Baltimore City
Abstract lot on the road from Cambridge to Castle Haven Neck, purchased by said Thomas J. Dail form the late Arthur Bell, containing about 14 acres, being part of "Belfield" and "Clifton", described in deed ER9:337 from Littleton M. Robinson to Arthur Bell, dated 1824, and conveyed to said Thomas J. Dail by Brice J. Goldsborough, trustee by deed WJ4:124 dated 1848.
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Date 12/28/1858
Grantor and Grantee James Webb & Mary Ann his wife, free colored persons / John L. Wrightson
Abstract farm comprising "Haywards Seat", "McDonalds Desire", "Haywards Farm", "Addition to Haywards Farm", Buck Neck", "Wards Meadows" and "Addition to Wards Meadows", purchased by said James Webb from Mary Warren by deed WJ6:152 containing in the part hereby sold, about 245-250 acres; parts having been heretofore sold off to Stephen Johns (20 acres), John Stanley (19-3/4 acres), and Moses Stanley (25 acres).
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:332
Date 12/28/1858
Grantor and Grantee James Webb & Mary Ann his wife, free colored persons / John L. Wrightson
Abstract farm comprising "Haywards Seat", "McDonalds Desire", "Haywards Farm", "Addition to Haywards Farm", Buck Neck", "Wards Meadows" and "Addition to Wards Meadows", purchased by said James Webb from Mary Warren by deed WJ6:152 containing in the part hereby sold, about 245-250 acres; parts having been heretofore sold off to Stephen Johns (20 acres), John Stanley (19-3/4 acres), and Moses Stanley (25 acres).
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Date 8/23/1858
Grantor and Grantee William L. Hearn of Missouri, formerly of Dorchester County / Charles P. Straughn, Jeremiah C. Wright, Lewis Rose, William W. Littleton, William Creigton, Thomas W. Anderson, James Wallace, Francis P. Phelps and Saml. L. Byrn, Trustees of Waugh's Chapel, the Colored People's Methodist Episcopal Church in Cambridge
Abstract Release of Mortgage FJH2: 142 from Edward Redhead to Samuel D. LeCompte, dated December 31, 1852, and transferred to said William L. Hearn October 19, 1854.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:333
Date 8/23/1858
Grantor and Grantee William L. Hearn of Missouri, formerly of Dorchester County / Charles P. Straughn, Jeremiah C. Wright, Lewis Rose, William W. Littleton, William Creigton, Thomas W. Anderson, James Wallace, Francis P. Phelps and Saml. L. Byrn, Trustees of Waugh's Chapel, the Colored People's Methodist Episcopal Church in Cambridge
Abstract Release of Mortgage FJH2: 142 from Edward Redhead to Samuel D. LeCompte, dated December 31, 1852, and transferred to said William L. Hearn October 19, 1854.
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Date 12/30/1858
Grantor and Grantee Simon Warfield, free colored man / Thomas M. Flint and Sarah his wife to Henry W. Houston
Abstract part of the Choptank Indian Lands called Lot No. 7 on a branch of Indian Creek, containing 265 1/2 acres, purchased by James Thompson and wife Elizabeth from William B. Dail, Sheriff and conveyed by Thompson and wife to Thomas Flint by deed WJ5:292.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:335
Date 12/30/1858
Grantor and Grantee Simon Warfield, free colored man / Thomas M. Flint and Sarah his wife to Henry W. Houston
Abstract part of the Choptank Indian Lands called Lot No. 7 on a branch of Indian Creek, containing 265 1/2 acres, purchased by James Thompson and wife Elizabeth from William B. Dail, Sheriff and conveyed by Thompson and wife to Thomas Flint by deed WJ5:292.
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Date 2/28/1859
Grantor and Grantee Clement Young, f.n. [free negro] and Rosetta Young his wife / W. V. Edmondson
Abstract lot near East new Market, on the road to Crotchers Ferry, by deed from Peter Dodson and Rosetta Dodson his wife (except the part occupied by the colored people's Church), containing 17-3-4 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH4:398
Date 2/28/1859
Grantor and Grantee Clement Young, f.n. [free negro] and Rosetta Young his wife / W. V. Edmondson
Abstract lot near East new Market, on the road to Crotchers Ferry, by deed from Peter Dodson and Rosetta Dodson his wife (except the part occupied by the colored people's Church), containing 17-3-4 acres more or less.
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Date 11/16/1854
Grantor and Grantee James A. Stewart & Rebecca S. Stewart his wife / Samuel & Edmond Harrington
Abstract "Matkins Forest", "Chance", "Adams Beginning" and "Jones Beginning" and part of "Stewarts Addition", containing some 100 acres more or less, on the road from Tobaccosticke to Black Water River, occupied and cultivated by Jerry Malum, free Negro, adj. a field of Thomas Byus and adj. lands of Levin W Stewart, Spences McCotter and Basil Bose; located about 3/4 mile from Tobaccostick and hereby sold subject to Mrs. Rachel Stewart's right of dower.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:37
Date 11/16/1854
Grantor and Grantee James A. Stewart & Rebecca S. Stewart his wife / Samuel & Edmond Harrington
Abstract "Matkins Forest", "Chance", "Adams Beginning" and "Jones Beginning" and part of "Stewarts Addition", containing some 100 acres more or less, on the road from Tobaccosticke to Black Water River, occupied and cultivated by Jerry Malum, free Negro, adj. a field of Thomas Byus and adj. lands of Levin W Stewart, Spences McCotter and Basil Bose; located about 3/4 mile from Tobaccostick and hereby sold subject to Mrs. Rachel Stewart's right of dower.
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Date 11/20/1854
Grantor and Grantee Joseph E. Muse of Baltimore City / Thomas W. Anderson of Dorchester County
Abstract lot & improvements in Cambridge now occupied by George H. Schleigh as a carriage manufactory yard and blacksmith shop, with slaves and other real and personal property in Dorchester County and Baltimore City, in trust for the benefit of the creditors of said Joseph E. Muse.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:62
Date 11/20/1854
Grantor and Grantee Joseph E. Muse of Baltimore City / Thomas W. Anderson of Dorchester County
Abstract lot & improvements in Cambridge now occupied by George H. Schleigh as a carriage manufactory yard and blacksmith shop, with slaves and other real and personal property in Dorchester County and Baltimore City, in trust for the benefit of the creditors of said Joseph E. Muse.
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Date 9/22/1854
Grantor and Grantee N/A
Abstract Resolution of the trustees of Zoar Chapel "that as the colored people have paid to the Building Committee of the new Church $91.00, we are willing that they shall appropriate the ballance of the funds they have subscribed and raised towards repairing the old Church and that henceforth we will hold the old House for their exclusive use." William L. Hearn, Secy.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:89
Date 9/22/1854
Grantor and Grantee N/A
Abstract Resolution of the trustees of Zoar Chapel "that as the colored people have paid to the Building Committee of the new Church $91.00, we are willing that they shall appropriate the ballance of the funds they have subscribed and raised towards repairing the old Church and that henceforth we will hold the old House for their exclusive use." William L. Hearn, Secy.
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Date 9/12/1854
Grantor and Grantee Richard Colston, trustee / Richard Linthicum
Abstract land sold under decree of the Circuit Court for Dorchester County in a cause between Richard Colston, next friend of William H. Colston, Comp., and William H. Colston, Defdt., sold by the trustee to Thomas Woolford and by said Woolford to the said Richard Linthicum; a house and lot in Church Creek ocupied by Richard Nevitt, free Negro.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:104
Date 9/12/1854
Grantor and Grantee Richard Colston, trustee / Richard Linthicum
Abstract land sold under decree of the Circuit Court for Dorchester County in a cause between Richard Colston, next friend of William H. Colston, Comp., and William H. Colston, Defdt., sold by the trustee to Thomas Woolford and by said Woolford to the said Richard Linthicum; a house and lot in Church Creek ocupied by Richard Nevitt, free Negro.
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Date 1/5/1855
Grantor and Grantee Richard Linthicum / Thomas Woolford
Abstract house and lots in Church Creek occupied by Thomas Woolford Jr. as a store house, by William A. Baly as a dwelling house, by Ben Dixon, Negro, as a dwelling house, and by Nancy Nevit (free Negro) as a dwelling house.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:107
Date 1/5/1855
Grantor and Grantee Richard Linthicum / Thomas Woolford
Abstract house and lots in Church Creek occupied by Thomas Woolford Jr. as a store house, by William A. Baly as a dwelling house, by Ben Dixon, Negro, as a dwelling house, and by Nancy Nevit (free Negro) as a dwelling house.
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Date 1/25/1855
Grantor and Grantee James A. Stewart & Rebecca S. Steward his wife / John Jackson (free colored man)
Abstract house and lot on Pine Street in Cambridge next to the lot where Stephen Kiar [Kiah?], free colored man, resides, on the north side of said Kiar's lot and on the east side of said Pine Street, containing about 1/2 acre and formerly on ground rent, being one of the lots which said James A. Stewart purchased at Sheriff's sale of Samuel LeCompte's property by John H. Hodson, Sheriff.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:123
Date 1/25/1855
Grantor and Grantee James A. Stewart & Rebecca S. Steward his wife / John Jackson (free colored man)
Abstract house and lot on Pine Street in Cambridge next to the lot where Stephen Kiar [Kiah?], free colored man, resides, on the north side of said Kiar's lot and on the east side of said Pine Street, containing about 1/2 acre and formerly on ground rent, being one of the lots which said James A. Stewart purchased at Sheriff's sale of Samuel LeCompte's property by John H. Hodson, Sheriff.
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Date 1/31/1855
Grantor and Grantee Araminta S. LeCompte, of Lee County Iowa and Margaret E. LeCompte / John Henry, free colored man of Cambridge
Abstract lot on High Street Extended in Cambridge, between the lots of Cyrus St. Clair and Hester Kennard, running back to the lot of Francis J. Henry Esq. and containing 1/4 acre more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:182
Date 1/31/1855
Grantor and Grantee Araminta S. LeCompte, of Lee County Iowa and Margaret E. LeCompte / John Henry, free colored man of Cambridge
Abstract lot on High Street Extended in Cambridge, between the lots of Cyrus St. Clair and Hester Kennard, running back to the lot of Francis J. Henry Esq. and containing 1/4 acre more or less.
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Date 5/10/1855
Grantor and Grantee William Wingate of Cambridge / William Rea
Abstract house and lot on west side of Race Street running back to Pine Street, with slaves, stock in trade and other personal property, in trust to be sold for payment of the said William Wingate's funeral expenses and creditors, who are listed.....; the remaining slaves and proceeds of the sale to be conveyed to William Wingate's granddaughter Caroline J. W. Faulkner or to his son Henry Wingate in trust for her use, or to the said William Wingate's granddaughter Ann Matilda Wingate, to his grandchildren William L. Wingate and Harriet Ann Wingate and to his sons Henry Wingate and George W. Wingate.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:250
Date 5/10/1855
Grantor and Grantee William Wingate of Cambridge / William Rea
Abstract house and lot on west side of Race Street running back to Pine Street, with slaves, stock in trade and other personal property, in trust to be sold for payment of the said William Wingate's funeral expenses and creditors, who are listed.....; the remaining slaves and proceeds of the sale to be conveyed to William Wingate's granddaughter Caroline J. W. Faulkner or to his son Henry Wingate in trust for her use, or to the said William Wingate's granddaughter Ann Matilda Wingate, to his grandchildren William L. Wingate and Harriet Ann Wingate and to his sons Henry Wingate and George W. Wingate.
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Date 7/13/185(5)
Grantor and Grantee Charlotte Brohawn, free colored woman / Charity Cornish & Hannah Cornish, free colored women of the same county
Abstract part of "Muirs Addition" on Hudson Creek and Thomas Cove, containing 5 acres more or less, after the death of her husband Harry Cornish, their father, and of herself the said Charlotte Brohawn.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:283
Date 7/13/185(5)
Grantor and Grantee Charlotte Brohawn, free colored woman / Charity Cornish & Hannah Cornish, free colored women of the same county
Abstract part of "Muirs Addition" on Hudson Creek and Thomas Cove, containing 5 acres more or less, after the death of her husband Harry Cornish, their father, and of herself the said Charlotte Brohawn.
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Date 7/23/1855
Grantor and Grantee James Mobray / Josiah Stanley (free colored man) of the same county
Abstract "Aireys Regulation", adj. land of Alfred Stanley and containing 1-5/8 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:287
Date 7/23/1855
Grantor and Grantee James Mobray / Josiah Stanley (free colored man) of the same county
Abstract "Aireys Regulation", adj. land of Alfred Stanley and containing 1-5/8 acres more or less.
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Date 7/23/1855
Grantor and Grantee James Mobray / James Stanley (free colored man)
Abstract part of "Aireys Regulation", adj. land purchased from said Stanley from Lewis Ross, containing 2 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:288
Date 7/23/1855
Grantor and Grantee James Mobray / James Stanley (free colored man)
Abstract part of "Aireys Regulation", adj. land purchased from said Stanley from Lewis Ross, containing 2 acres more or less.
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Date 7/30/1855
Grantor and Grantee James Mobray / Alfred Stanley (free colored man)
Abstract part of "Aireys Regulation", containing 2-3/8 acres more or less
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:316
Date 7/30/1855
Grantor and Grantee James Mobray / Alfred Stanley (free colored man)
Abstract part of "Aireys Regulation", containing 2-3/8 acres more or less
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Date 8/9/1855
Grantor and Grantee William C Huffington / Caleb Shepherd
Abstract land on the lane leading to James A. Stewart's park, adj. a lot formerly owned by Samuel Anthony, colored, and adj. lots of Jno. Scott, Edwd. Streets and F. J. Henry, together with the lot under lease to Nicy Griffin, with right of way to High Street.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:346
Date 8/9/1855
Grantor and Grantee William C Huffington / Caleb Shepherd
Abstract land on the lane leading to James A. Stewart's park, adj. a lot formerly owned by Samuel Anthony, colored, and adj. lots of Jno. Scott, Edwd. Streets and F. J. Henry, together with the lot under lease to Nicy Griffin, with right of way to High Street.
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Date 7/28/1855
Grantor and Grantee Joe Slater, Robert Slater, Mary Slater, Elizabeth Spedden of the City of Baltimore Henry Slater and Emaline Slater his wife, John Slater, Kizia Slater his wife, Josiah Marine and Theresa Marine his wife of Dorchester County and Mariah Warfield of the City of Baltimore / S.and E Harrington of Dorchester County
Abstract land of William Slater deceased, intestate, free colored man, part of "Loockermans Regulation", adj. land of Jacob Jackson, near Tobaccostick
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:373
Date 7/28/1855
Grantor and Grantee Joe Slater, Robert Slater, Mary Slater, Elizabeth Spedden of the City of Baltimore Henry Slater and Emaline Slater his wife, John Slater, Kizia Slater his wife, Josiah Marine and Theresa Marine his wife of Dorchester County and Mariah Warfield of the City of Baltimore / S.and E Harrington of Dorchester County
Abstract land of William Slater deceased, intestate, free colored man, part of "Loockermans Regulation", adj. land of Jacob Jackson, near Tobaccostick
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Date 12/15/1855
Grantor and Grantee Charles L. LeCompte & Harriett his wife / William V. C. Rea
Abstract leasehold property on the west side of Race Street in Cambridge, lately conveyed to said Harriett by James Fleharty and Maria his wife; and a Negro slave. (Mortgage, to secure Rea as surety on the bond of said Charles L. LeCompte as Constable for Cambridge District No. 7).
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:391
Date 12/15/1855
Grantor and Grantee Charles L. LeCompte & Harriett his wife / William V. C. Rea
Abstract leasehold property on the west side of Race Street in Cambridge, lately conveyed to said Harriett by James Fleharty and Maria his wife; and a Negro slave. (Mortgage, to secure Rea as surety on the bond of said Charles L. LeCompte as Constable for Cambridge District No. 7).
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Date 4/8/1856
Grantor and Grantee George Mitchell, free colored man / Solomon Saunders
Abstract "Stevens Regulation" and "Belvoir" containing 33 acres more or less, about two miles from Cambridge, on the road to Winsmores Bridge, heretofore purchased by Peter Mitchell from John Stevens and Thomas Loockerman. (Mortgage)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:482
Date 4/8/1856
Grantor and Grantee George Mitchell, free colored man / Solomon Saunders
Abstract "Stevens Regulation" and "Belvoir" containing 33 acres more or less, about two miles from Cambridge, on the road to Winsmores Bridge, heretofore purchased by Peter Mitchell from John Stevens and Thomas Loockerman. (Mortgage)
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Date 6/24/1856
Grantor and Grantee Rose R. Well / Richard Colston
Abstract all her undivided interest in "Walls Regulatin", "Browns Folly", also a farm bought by Levin H. Wall from Richard Pattison, also a lot at Church Creek, and slaves and other personal property, in trust for payment of her debts.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:527
Date 6/24/1856
Grantor and Grantee Rose R. Well / Richard Colston
Abstract all her undivided interest in "Walls Regulatin", "Browns Folly", also a farm bought by Levin H. Wall from Richard Pattison, also a lot at Church Creek, and slaves and other personal property, in trust for payment of her debts.
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Date 8/25/1856
Grantor and Grantee Eben E. Stanley (free colored man) late of Dorchester County, deceased, to Charles Willson (free colored man)
Abstract part of "Ennals Reserve" or "Aireys Regulation" conveyed by Joseph R. Eccleston, trustee for sale of real estate of James Wright, to Alfred Stanley, except the part conveyed by Alfred Stanley, near Aireys Meeting House, containing 32 acres more or less; also part of "Aireys Regulation" conveyed by James Moobrey to said Alfred Stanley, adj. the above land and containing 2-3/8 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:566
Date 8/25/1856
Grantor and Grantee Eben E. Stanley (free colored man) late of Dorchester County, deceased, to Charles Willson (free colored man)
Abstract part of "Ennals Reserve" or "Aireys Regulation" conveyed by Joseph R. Eccleston, trustee for sale of real estate of James Wright, to Alfred Stanley, except the part conveyed by Alfred Stanley, near Aireys Meeting House, containing 32 acres more or less; also part of "Aireys Regulation" conveyed by James Moobrey to said Alfred Stanley, adj. the above land and containing 2-3/8 acres more or less.
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Date 8/25/1856
Grantor and Grantee Charles Willson (free colored man) / Eben E. Stanley (free colored man)
Abstract part of "Ennalls Reserve" or "Aireys Regulation" near Aireys Meeting House, containing 31 acres more or less, and part of "Aireys Regulation" adj. thereto, containing 2-3/8 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:567
Date 8/25/1856
Grantor and Grantee Charles Willson (free colored man) / Eben E. Stanley (free colored man)
Abstract part of "Ennalls Reserve" or "Aireys Regulation" near Aireys Meeting House, containing 31 acres more or less, and part of "Aireys Regulation" adj. thereto, containing 2-3/8 acres more or less.
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Date 10/24/1856
Grantor and Grantee Solomon Saunders / George Mitchell, free Negro
Abstract Release of Mortgage on lands alled "Stevens Regulation" and "Beloir", containing 33 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:607
Date 10/24/1856
Grantor and Grantee Solomon Saunders / George Mitchell, free Negro
Abstract Release of Mortgage on lands alled "Stevens Regulation" and "Beloir", containing 33 acres more or less.
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Date 2/3/1857
Grantor and Grantee Edward Redhead & Elizabeth his wife, Margaret E. LeCompte & Araminta S. LeCompte, all of Cambridge in Dorchester County / Lewis Ross, William Creigton, William W. Littleton, James Wallace, Samuel L. Byrn as trustees
Abstract lot in Cambridge, adj. the African M. E. Church on High Street, described in deed of Araminta S. LeCompte, Margaret E. LeCompte and Samuel D. LeCompte from James A. Stewart dated August 9, 1849, being the same lot purchased of Samuel D. LeCompte and wife by Edward Redhead, and a lot behind said lot, in trust for the African M. E. Church, called "Waugh Chapel".
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:644
Date 2/3/1857
Grantor and Grantee Edward Redhead & Elizabeth his wife, Margaret E. LeCompte & Araminta S. LeCompte, all of Cambridge in Dorchester County / Lewis Ross, William Creigton, William W. Littleton, James Wallace, Samuel L. Byrn as trustees
Abstract lot in Cambridge, adj. the African M. E. Church on High Street, described in deed of Araminta S. LeCompte, Margaret E. LeCompte and Samuel D. LeCompte from James A. Stewart dated August 9, 1849, being the same lot purchased of Samuel D. LeCompte and wife by Edward Redhead, and a lot behind said lot, in trust for the African M. E. Church, called "Waugh Chapel".
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Date 1/19/1857
Grantor and Grantee John H. Hooper / Levin Jolley (free Negro)
Abstract part of the "Old Indian Survey" conveyed April 9, 1839 to John H. Hooper and by him devised to his son John H. Hooper the present grantor, on the road from Cambridge to Blackwater, containing 10 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH3:646
Date 1/19/1857
Grantor and Grantee John H. Hooper / Levin Jolley (free Negro)
Abstract part of the "Old Indian Survey" conveyed April 9, 1839 to John H. Hooper and by him devised to his son John H. Hooper the present grantor, on the road from Cambridge to Blackwater, containing 10 acres more or less.
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Date 8/7/1852
Grantor and Grantee Betsey Thompson, John Thompson, Sophia Thompson, William Thompson, Mary Thompson, Henry Thompson and Susan Thompson, colored persons of Baltimore City / James D. Twilley of Dorchester County
Abstract "Ennalls Outlet" and "Haywards Outlet", adj. "Neglect" and "LeComptes Ridges" and containing 22 acres more or less, the same land that Draper Thompson purchased from Ann Ennalls on November 29, 1828 and which descended to the present grantors at the death of their father the said Draper Thompson.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:10
Date 8/7/1852
Grantor and Grantee Betsey Thompson, John Thompson, Sophia Thompson, William Thompson, Mary Thompson, Henry Thompson and Susan Thompson, colored persons of Baltimore City / James D. Twilley of Dorchester County
Abstract "Ennalls Outlet" and "Haywards Outlet", adj. "Neglect" and "LeComptes Ridges" and containing 22 acres more or less, the same land that Draper Thompson purchased from Ann Ennalls on November 29, 1828 and which descended to the present grantors at the death of their father the said Draper Thompson.
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Date 12/20/1852
Grantor and Grantee Thomas Fuller (colored man) / Edward Shepherd
Abstract lot on the east side of Pine Stree, part of the lot purchased by Fuller from James A. Stewart, and where Fuller now lives.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:131
Date 12/20/1852
Grantor and Grantee Thomas Fuller (colored man) / Edward Shepherd
Abstract lot on the east side of Pine Stree, part of the lot purchased by Fuller from James A. Stewart, and where Fuller now lives.
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Date 12/31/1852
Grantor and Grantee Edward Redhead / Samuel D. LeCompte
Abstract lot adj. the African Meeting House in Cambridge, heretofore conveyed by said LeCompte and wife to the said Redhead. (Mortgage, to secure rent due from Redhead to LeCompte on a house on Muse Street in Cambridge, occupied by said Redhead and belonging to said LeCompte.)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:142
Date 12/31/1852
Grantor and Grantee Edward Redhead / Samuel D. LeCompte
Abstract lot adj. the African Meeting House in Cambridge, heretofore conveyed by said LeCompte and wife to the said Redhead. (Mortgage, to secure rent due from Redhead to LeCompte on a house on Muse Street in Cambridge, occupied by said Redhead and belonging to said LeCompte.)
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Date 1/1/1853
Grantor and Grantee Hooper C .Hicks & Harriet Ann Hicks, his wife / Thomas H. Webb
Abstract two lots near Vienna, the first lot being part of "Hooper Borough", adj. "Linden", on the road to Crotchers Ferry and Big Mill, near the African M. E. Chruch; the second lot part of "Meadows" on the road to the Big Mills.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:230
Date 1/1/1853
Grantor and Grantee Hooper C .Hicks & Harriet Ann Hicks, his wife / Thomas H. Webb
Abstract two lots near Vienna, the first lot being part of "Hooper Borough", adj. "Linden", on the road to Crotchers Ferry and Big Mill, near the African M. E. Chruch; the second lot part of "Meadows" on the road to the Big Mills.
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Date 4/16/1853
Grantor and Grantee James A. Stewart / Eliza Banks, free colored woman
Abstract part of "Woolfords Range" near Tobaccostick, containing 6 1/2 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:249
Date 4/16/1853
Grantor and Grantee James A. Stewart / Eliza Banks, free colored woman
Abstract part of "Woolfords Range" near Tobaccostick, containing 6 1/2 acres more or less.
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Date 5/13/1853
Grantor and Grantee William Claridge / his children Zebidee Claridge, Richard Young Claridge and James Lake Claridge
Abstract land which was bought by said William Claridge from James A. Stewart, trustee, with the proceeds from sale of of a negro belonging to his wife Ann Claridge; "the Reeds" where said William Claridge now resides, described in deed WJ4:319.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:283
Date 5/13/1853
Grantor and Grantee William Claridge / his children Zebidee Claridge, Richard Young Claridge and James Lake Claridge
Abstract land which was bought by said William Claridge from James A. Stewart, trustee, with the proceeds from sale of of a negro belonging to his wife Ann Claridge; "the Reeds" where said William Claridge now resides, described in deed WJ4:319.
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Date 8/30/1853
Grantor and Grantee Skinner Richardson & Polly his wife / Dennis Cornish, Negro
Abstract "Timber Neck" on Brannocks Neck Road, adj. "Teverton" and containing about one acre.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:379
Date 8/30/1853
Grantor and Grantee Skinner Richardson & Polly his wife / Dennis Cornish, Negro
Abstract "Timber Neck" on Brannocks Neck Road, adj. "Teverton" and containing about one acre.
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Date 2/3/1854
Grantor and Grantee David Stafford, free colored man / Thomas K. Eunick
Abstract "Rose in Bloom" containing 25 3/4 acres more or less, adj. lands of Joseph Stafford, John W. Dail and the heirs of Robert Callendar, purchased by said David Stafford from Thomas Dail. (Mortgage, to secure Eunick as surety on Stafford's obligation to William R. Hughlett of Talbot County.)
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:508
Date 2/3/1854
Grantor and Grantee David Stafford, free colored man / Thomas K. Eunick
Abstract "Rose in Bloom" containing 25 3/4 acres more or less, adj. lands of Joseph Stafford, John W. Dail and the heirs of Robert Callendar, purchased by said David Stafford from Thomas Dail. (Mortgage, to secure Eunick as surety on Stafford's obligation to William R. Hughlett of Talbot County.)
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Date 3/7/1854
Grantor and Grantee James M. Wrightson & Eliza Ann his wife / James Thompson (colored man)
Abstract "Mount Vernon" devised to said James M. Wrightson by his mother, Mary Wrightson, by will dated July 23, 1849, on the road from Cambridge to Vienna, about 1/2 mile from Salem Church in an easterly direction, and containing 16 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:546
Date 3/7/1854
Grantor and Grantee James M. Wrightson & Eliza Ann his wife / James Thompson (colored man)
Abstract "Mount Vernon" devised to said James M. Wrightson by his mother, Mary Wrightson, by will dated July 23, 1849, on the road from Cambridge to Vienna, about 1/2 mile from Salem Church in an easterly direction, and containing 16 acres more or less.
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Date 5/7/1854
Grantor and Grantee James Webb, free colored man & Mary Ann, free colored woman, his wife / John Stanley, free colored man
Abstract "Buck Neck", part of the land purchaed by said James Webb from Mrs. Mary Warren, on the south side of the road from Middletown to the Drawbridge, containing 19 3/4 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:591
Date 5/7/1854
Grantor and Grantee James Webb, free colored man & Mary Ann, free colored woman, his wife / John Stanley, free colored man
Abstract "Buck Neck", part of the land purchaed by said James Webb from Mrs. Mary Warren, on the south side of the road from Middletown to the Drawbridge, containing 19 3/4 acres more or less.
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Date 6/12/1854
Grantor and Grantee John E. Roszell and Amelia A. Roszell his wife / Jeremiah C. Wright, Thomas W. Anderson, William Rea, William Wingate, William W. Littleton and John D. Farquharson, trustees of Zion Chapel in Blackwater, for the benefit of the people of color of the M. E. Church
Abstract "Forrells Neck" about four miles from Cambridge, on the road to Little Blackwater Bridge, containing 1/2 acre more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:601
Date 6/12/1854
Grantor and Grantee John E. Roszell and Amelia A. Roszell his wife / Jeremiah C. Wright, Thomas W. Anderson, William Rea, William Wingate, William W. Littleton and John D. Farquharson, trustees of Zion Chapel in Blackwater, for the benefit of the people of color of the M. E. Church
Abstract "Forrells Neck" about four miles from Cambridge, on the road to Little Blackwater Bridge, containing 1/2 acre more or less.
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Date 7/27/1854
Grantor and Grantee Charity Bonner Mary Bonner, Thomas F. Collins and Jane his wife, William McNeal and Elizabeth his wife / Ennalls Collins and Edward T. Bonner
Abstract part of the tract purchased by said Charity Bonner from James A. Stewart & James T. Smith, "being the same land that the said Charity by a bond was to be conveyed to a certain negro Joseph Fletcher and at present in the occupancy of the said Negro Joseph Fletcher, and which was sold to pay the said negro Joseph Fletcher's debts", containing about 3 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:637
Date 7/27/1854
Grantor and Grantee Charity Bonner Mary Bonner, Thomas F. Collins and Jane his wife, William McNeal and Elizabeth his wife / Ennalls Collins and Edward T. Bonner
Abstract part of the tract purchased by said Charity Bonner from James A. Stewart & James T. Smith, "being the same land that the said Charity by a bond was to be conveyed to a certain negro Joseph Fletcher and at present in the occupancy of the said Negro Joseph Fletcher, and which was sold to pay the said negro Joseph Fletcher's debts", containing about 3 acres more or less.
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Date 8/23/1854
Grantor and Grantee Joseph Weatherly & Rhoda L. Weatherly his wife / Moses Banks (free colored man)
Abstract part of "Slacums Lot Regulated" containing 103 acres more or less bought by John S. Staplefort of Henry Page, trustee for Real Esate of Robert Hart, conveyed by John S. Staplefort to George Mister by deed November 26, 1838.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:665
Date 8/23/1854
Grantor and Grantee Joseph Weatherly & Rhoda L. Weatherly his wife / Moses Banks (free colored man)
Abstract part of "Slacums Lot Regulated" containing 103 acres more or less bought by John S. Staplefort of Henry Page, trustee for Real Esate of Robert Hart, conveyed by John S. Staplefort to George Mister by deed November 26, 1838.
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Date 9/2/1854
Grantor and Grantee James A. Stewart & Rebecca S. Stewart his wife / Thomas W. Byus
Abstract land near Tobacco Stick called "Stewarts Addition", on the west side of the road from Tobaccostick to Blackwater River, except the lot where Rache Menoca lives, also a two-acre lot where Matkins lives, also 2 acres where Negro Meshack lives or did live [plus other lands described].
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH2:673
Date 9/2/1854
Grantor and Grantee James A. Stewart & Rebecca S. Stewart his wife / Thomas W. Byus
Abstract land near Tobacco Stick called "Stewarts Addition", on the west side of the road from Tobaccostick to Blackwater River, except the lot where Rache Menoca lives, also a two-acre lot where Matkins lives, also 2 acres where Negro Meshack lives or did live [plus other lands described].
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Date 3/18/1851
Grantor and Grantee Joseph E. Muse, Jr. & Ann E. A. Muse his wife / Cassandra Kerr, free colored woman
Abstract lot and houses on Pine Street in Cambrdige, part of a lot conveyed trustees of the M. E. Church to the said Joseph E. Muse, Jr., excepting the part sold by grantor to Thomas White.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ6:35
Date 3/18/1851
Grantor and Grantee Joseph E. Muse, Jr. & Ann E. A. Muse his wife / Cassandra Kerr, free colored woman
Abstract lot and houses on Pine Street in Cambrdige, part of a lot conveyed trustees of the M. E. Church to the said Joseph E. Muse, Jr., excepting the part sold by grantor to Thomas White.
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Date 6/8/1850
Grantor and Grantee James B. Chaplain of the City of Baltimore, trustee / Joseph E. Muse Jr. of Dorchester County
Abstract land sold in a cause between Edward K. Chaplain, Comp., and J. Bond Chaplain & others, Defendants, of which Mrs. Elizabeth S. Chaplain died seized, conveyed February 4, 1802 by Frances Gist to James Chaplain, afterwards purchased by the said Elizabeth S. Chaplain, afterwards purchased by the said Elizabeth S. Chaplain of Brice J. Goldsborough, trustee for sale of real estate of James Chaplain and James Chaplain Jr., on the north side of the road from Cambridge to Puncheon Bridge, adj. lands of James Dixon, the heirs of Jacob Winge, Negro, John Cornish and others, and containing 16 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ6:66
Date 6/8/1850
Grantor and Grantee James B. Chaplain of the City of Baltimore, trustee / Joseph E. Muse Jr. of Dorchester County
Abstract land sold in a cause between Edward K. Chaplain, Comp., and J. Bond Chaplain & others, Defendants, of which Mrs. Elizabeth S. Chaplain died seized, conveyed February 4, 1802 by Frances Gist to James Chaplain, afterwards purchased by the said Elizabeth S. Chaplain, afterwards purchased by the said Elizabeth S. Chaplain of Brice J. Goldsborough, trustee for sale of real estate of James Chaplain and James Chaplain Jr., on the north side of the road from Cambridge to Puncheon Bridge, adj. lands of James Dixon, the heirs of Jacob Winge, Negro, John Cornish and others, and containing 16 acres more or less.
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Date 6/3/1851
Grantor and Grantee Ann m. Stewart / Jane Jenifer, colored woman
Abstract lease of a lot on HIgh Street near Cambridge
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ6:118
Date 6/3/1851
Grantor and Grantee Ann m. Stewart / Jane Jenifer, colored woman
Abstract lease of a lot on HIgh Street near Cambridge
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Date 4/4/1850
Grantor and Grantee Thomas Keene Travers, Mcht., of the village Caroline, District of Villa Clarra in the Island of Cuba / his brother Samuel K. Travers of Taylors Island in Dorchester County
Abstract Power of Attorney concerning "property left me by my late father Matthias Traverse" and slaves sold to Capt. Abel Dungan (who is now deceased), and Dr. Smith of Dorchester County, and a legacy left to the said Thomas Keene Travers by his uncle Capewell Keene, now deceased.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ6:174
Date 4/4/1850
Grantor and Grantee Thomas Keene Travers, Mcht., of the village Caroline, District of Villa Clarra in the Island of Cuba / his brother Samuel K. Travers of Taylors Island in Dorchester County
Abstract Power of Attorney concerning "property left me by my late father Matthias Traverse" and slaves sold to Capt. Abel Dungan (who is now deceased), and Dr. Smith of Dorchester County, and a legacy left to the said Thomas Keene Travers by his uncle Capewell Keene, now deceased.
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Date 4/11/1851
Grantor and Grantee Simon Brown, free Negro / Rachel Brown
Abstract a lot in Cambridge, part of "Nevitts Double Purchase"; and a lot on the west side of Pine Street in Cambridge, opposite the said Brown's house and lot.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ6:177
Date 4/11/1851
Grantor and Grantee Simon Brown, free Negro / Rachel Brown
Abstract a lot in Cambridge, part of "Nevitts Double Purchase"; and a lot on the west side of Pine Street in Cambridge, opposite the said Brown's house and lot.
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Date 9/30/1851
Grantor and Grantee Henry Thompson & Maria his wife, free Negroes / Thomas J. Hicks
Abstract "Preston Vail" near East New Market, now on the occupancy of the said Henry Thompson, devised to said Thompson by John Thompson, Negro by Last Will and Testament, containing 9 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ6:218
Date 9/30/1851
Grantor and Grantee Henry Thompson & Maria his wife, free Negroes / Thomas J. Hicks
Abstract "Preston Vail" near East New Market, now on the occupancy of the said Henry Thompson, devised to said Thompson by John Thompson, Negro by Last Will and Testament, containing 9 acres more or less.
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Date 2/18/1851
Grantor and Grantee James B. Steele & Sarah Y. Steele his wife, Joesph R. Eccleston & Henrietta M. Eccleston his wife, John Hawkins, free Negro, and Sarah (Sally) Hawkins his wife / Williamina E. C. Laird
Abstract House and lot near Cambridge now occupied by Negro woman Margaret Pinkett and her family, adj. lots of James B. Lake and the late N. L. Goldsborough, between Puncheon Bridge Road and "Stewarts Park", containing about 1/2 acre.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ6:254
Date 2/18/1851
Grantor and Grantee James B. Steele & Sarah Y. Steele his wife, Joesph R. Eccleston & Henrietta M. Eccleston his wife, John Hawkins, free Negro, and Sarah (Sally) Hawkins his wife / Williamina E. C. Laird
Abstract House and lot near Cambridge now occupied by Negro woman Margaret Pinkett and her family, adj. lots of James B. Lake and the late N. L. Goldsborough, between Puncheon Bridge Road and "Stewarts Park", containing about 1/2 acre.
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Date 2/24/1852
Grantor and Grantee James Webb, free colored man, & Mary Ann his wife / Stephen Jones, free colored man
Abstract part of "Buck Neck", containing 20 acres more or less
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH1:413
Date 2/24/1852
Grantor and Grantee James Webb, free colored man, & Mary Ann his wife / Stephen Jones, free colored man
Abstract part of "Buck Neck", containing 20 acres more or less
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Date 4/24/1852
Grantor and Grantee John T. Stewart / Levin W. Stewart
Abstract "Sandy Hill" on Great Choptank River, and other lands named including "Glasgow", purchased by Stewart from James M. Pattison containing 335 acres more or less; also slaves and personal property, in consideration that Levin is to pay all the creditors of the said John T. Stewart.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH1:502
Date 4/24/1852
Grantor and Grantee John T. Stewart / Levin W. Stewart
Abstract "Sandy Hill" on Great Choptank River, and other lands named including "Glasgow", purchased by Stewart from James M. Pattison containing 335 acres more or less; also slaves and personal property, in consideration that Levin is to pay all the creditors of the said John T. Stewart.
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Date 5/8/1852
Grantor and Grantee William Banks (Free Negro) & Ples Ann his wife / James A. Stewart
Abstract land described in deeds WJ3:363 & WJ5:531.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio FJH1:556
Date 5/8/1852
Grantor and Grantee William Banks (Free Negro) & Ples Ann his wife / James A. Stewart
Abstract land described in deeds WJ3:363 & WJ5:531.
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Date 5/26/1849
Grantor and Grantee Eliza Hick / Daniel Sampson, Negro
Abstract ?"Turkeys Nest" on the road from East New Market to Vienna, adj. John Webster's land and containing 66 3/4 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ5:23
Date 5/26/1849
Grantor and Grantee Eliza Hick / Daniel Sampson, Negro
Abstract ?"Turkeys Nest" on the road from East New Market to Vienna, adj. John Webster's land and containing 66 3/4 acres more or less.
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Date 6/13/1849
Grantor and Grantee Catherine S. M. Ray of Annapolis / William L. Harn.
Abstract 200 acres in Cambrdige District, now leased to Levin Mowbray for the year of 1849 and occupied by Joseph Morine, free Negro, as a subtenant.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ5:46
Date 6/13/1849
Grantor and Grantee Catherine S. M. Ray of Annapolis / William L. Harn.
Abstract 200 acres in Cambrdige District, now leased to Levin Mowbray for the year of 1849 and occupied by Joseph Morine, free Negro, as a subtenant.
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Date 7/26/1849
Grantor and Grantee Mrs. Catherine S. M. Ray of Annapolis / John E. Roszell of Cambridge
Abstract farm in Cambridge District containing 200 acres more or less, leased for 1849 to Levin Mowbray and in the occupancy of Joseph Morine, free Negro, as a sub-tenant.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ5:110
Date 7/26/1849
Grantor and Grantee Mrs. Catherine S. M. Ray of Annapolis / John E. Roszell of Cambridge
Abstract farm in Cambridge District containing 200 acres more or less, leased for 1849 to Levin Mowbray and in the occupancy of Joseph Morine, free Negro, as a sub-tenant.
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Date 9/10/1849
Grantor and Grantee Anne H. Bayly late of Dorchester County / Joseph E. Muse Jr., late of Dorchester
Abstract lot on the north side of High Steet in Cambridge, also bounded by Mill street and Church Street and by property of Dr. Alexander H. Bayly, in which she has a lifetime interest under th will of her husband, the late Josiah Bayly. Wilmer Elsey, slave of Mrs. Anne H. Bayly, is to occupy, free of rent, the small dwelling where he now resides, during the lifetime of the said Anne H. Bayly, if he shall live so long.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ5:130
Date 9/10/1849
Grantor and Grantee Anne H. Bayly late of Dorchester County / Joseph E. Muse Jr., late of Dorchester
Abstract lot on the north side of High Steet in Cambridge, also bounded by Mill street and Church Street and by property of Dr. Alexander H. Bayly, in which she has a lifetime interest under th will of her husband, the late Josiah Bayly. Wilmer Elsey, slave of Mrs. Anne H. Bayly, is to occupy, free of rent, the small dwelling where he now resides, during the lifetime of the said Anne H. Bayly, if he shall live so long.
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Date 10/5/1849
Grantor and Grantee Mary M. D. Tubman / John S. Staplefort
Abstract Mortgage. Various lands names; also slaves (unnamed).
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ5:158
Date 10/5/1849
Grantor and Grantee Mary M. D. Tubman / John S. Staplefort
Abstract Mortgage. Various lands names; also slaves (unnamed).
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Date 10/8/1849
Grantor and Grantee Hooper C. Hicks & Harriet Ann Hicks, his wife, of Vienna / Algernon Stanley, free Negro.
Abstract part of "Meadow" on the road from Vienna to the Big Mills, adj. LIttleton Stewart's lot and containing 8 acres more or less.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ5:168
Date 10/8/1849
Grantor and Grantee Hooper C. Hicks & Harriet Ann Hicks, his wife, of Vienna / Algernon Stanley, free Negro.
Abstract part of "Meadow" on the road from Vienna to the Big Mills, adj. LIttleton Stewart's lot and containing 8 acres more or less.
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Date 11/19/1849
Grantor and Grantee Milly Camper, free Negro woman / John D. Parker
Abstract land devised to her by Dennis Camper and purchased by the said Dennis Camper and by Milly Camper from James A. Stewart, trustee.
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County Dorchester
Liber:Folio WJ5:202
Date 11/19/1849
Grantor and Grantee Milly Camper, free Negro woman / John D. Parker
Abstract land devised to her by Dennis Camper and purchased by the said Dennis Camper and by Milly Camper from James A. Stewart, trustee.
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