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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 9/21/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Thomas Jones, of Lemuel does hereby emancipate and set free the following Negro slaves in the manner following: Negro man "Henry" to be free the last day of November next, Negro man "Bobb" to be free the last day of November 1808, Negro man "George" to be free the last day of November 1810, Negro woman "Abigail" to be free immediately, Negro woman "Voilett" to be free the 1st of January next, Negro woman "Flora" to be free the last day of November 1809, Negro woman "Barbary" and Negro woman "Jane" both to be free the last day of November 1809, Negro woman "Esther" to be free the last day of November 1804 and Negro woman "Bett" to be free the last day of November 1810, Negro boy "Helar" aged 12, Negro boy "Spence" aged 10 Negro boy "Littleton" aged 6 Negro boy "Nehemiah" aged 4 and Negro boy "Denwood" aged 3 Negro boy "Mitchell" aged 3 Negro girl "Milcah" aged 16, Negro girl "Sina" aged 10 and all the last mentioned young Negroes to be free at the age of 30. Signed: Thomas Jones
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:446
Date (written/recorded) 9/21/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Thomas Jones, of Lemuel does hereby emancipate and set free the following Negro slaves in the manner following: Negro man "Henry" to be free the last day of November next, Negro man "Bobb" to be free the last day of November 1808, Negro man "George" to be free the last day of November 1810, Negro woman "Abigail" to be free immediately, Negro woman "Voilett" to be free the 1st of January next, Negro woman "Flora" to be free the last day of November 1809, Negro woman "Barbary" and Negro woman "Jane" both to be free the last day of November 1809, Negro woman "Esther" to be free the last day of November 1804 and Negro woman "Bett" to be free the last day of November 1810, Negro boy "Helar" aged 12, Negro boy "Spence" aged 10 Negro boy "Littleton" aged 6 Negro boy "Nehemiah" aged 4 and Negro boy "Denwood" aged 3 Negro boy "Mitchell" aged 3 Negro girl "Milcah" aged 16, Negro girl "Sina" aged 10 and all the last mentioned young Negroes to be free at the age of 30. Signed: Thomas Jones
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 8/17/1802
Grantor: Grantee Tubman Lowes: Benjamin Dashiell
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 12 pounds 10 shillings current money, Lowes conveys and makes over to Dashiell a Negro boy "Abraham" "who is now in the possession of the said Dashiell"
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:60
Date (written/recorded) 8/17/1802
Grantor: Grantee Tubman Lowes: Benjamin Dashiell
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 12 pounds 10 shillings current money, Lowes conveys and makes over to Dashiell a Negro boy "Abraham" "who is now in the possession of the said Dashiell"
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 6/21/1803
Grantor: Grantee Levin Gale, Sr / George Gale
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 2000 pounds current money, Gale conveys and makes over to George all the Negroes, goods, household stuff, implements, furniture, hogs, horses, sheep and cattle herein mentioned being Negroes: Abraham, Thomas, William, Adam, Elias, Arthur; four Negro women: Rose, Esther, Anne, Leah; Negro boy Henry; Negro children Charles, Spencer, Nathan, Rose, Ibby, Mary, Jean; livestock & household goods also listed.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:364
Date (written/recorded) 6/21/1803
Grantor: Grantee Levin Gale, Sr / George Gale
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 2000 pounds current money, Gale conveys and makes over to George all the Negroes, goods, household stuff, implements, furniture, hogs, horses, sheep and cattle herein mentioned being Negroes: Abraham, Thomas, William, Adam, Elias, Arthur; four Negro women: Rose, Esther, Anne, Leah; Negro boy Henry; Negro children Charles, Spencer, Nathan, Rose, Ibby, Mary, Jean; livestock & household goods also listed.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 2/10/1803
Grantor: Grantee William Addams / John Done
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 60 pounds current money, Addams conveys and makes over to Done a Negro man "Adam" lately in the service of Addams and now in the possession of the said Done.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:194
Date (written/recorded) 2/10/1803
Grantor: Grantee William Addams / John Done
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 60 pounds current money, Addams conveys and makes over to Done a Negro man "Adam" lately in the service of Addams and now in the possession of the said Done.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 10/8/1803
Grantor: Grantee Risdon Bozman / Thomas Robertson
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $500 current money, Bozman conveys and makes over to Robertson the sevral goods and chattels including a Negro man "Stephen" Negro man "Levin" Negro boy "Giddeon" Negro boy "Arnold."
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:439
Date (written/recorded) 10/8/1803
Grantor: Grantee Risdon Bozman / Thomas Robertson
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $500 current money, Bozman conveys and makes over to Robertson the sevral goods and chattels including a Negro man "Stephen" Negro man "Levin" Negro boy "Giddeon" Negro boy "Arnold."
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 10/11/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Jesse Webster does after the yeaar 1806 in the month of October does set free and manumit his Negro woman "Minta" she serving him until that time. Signed: Jesse Webster (mark)
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:441
Date (written/recorded) 10/11/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Jesse Webster does after the yeaar 1806 in the month of October does set free and manumit his Negro woman "Minta" she serving him until that time. Signed: Jesse Webster (mark)
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 10/11/1803
Grantor: Grantee Jesse Webster - grantor
Abstract Jesse Webster does afte the month of October 1808 manumit and set free his Negro woman "Sall" she faithfully serving him until that time. Signed: Jesse Webster (mark)
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:441
Date (written/recorded) 10/11/1803
Grantor: Grantee Jesse Webster - grantor
Abstract Jesse Webster does afte the month of October 1808 manumit and set free his Negro woman "Sall" she faithfully serving him until that time. Signed: Jesse Webster (mark)
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 8/25/1802
Grantor: Grantee Henry Banks - James Fookes
Abstract Henry Banks is held and firmly bound for the sum of $210 current money, wherein the said Banks does acknowledge that he has given, granted and conveyed to James Fookes, of Thomas of Worcester County a Negro woman "Venus" and by these presents does give, grant and convey to the said Fookes the said Negro woman.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:129
Date (written/recorded) 8/25/1802
Grantor: Grantee Henry Banks - James Fookes
Abstract Henry Banks is held and firmly bound for the sum of $210 current money, wherein the said Banks does acknowledge that he has given, granted and conveyed to James Fookes, of Thomas of Worcester County a Negro woman "Venus" and by these presents does give, grant and convey to the said Fookes the said Negro woman.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 11/18/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract John Stevens of the county does hereby declare that on the 23rd of September 1802 he did import and bring with him from Washington, D.C. into the county the following Negroes: being a Negro man "Tom" aged 48 formerly the property of William Stevens of the county who by his last will and testament dated January 16th of 1798 did devise the said Negro man to the said John and also a Negro woman "Sinah" aged 21 and Negro "Arthur" aged 17 formerly the property of Drummond Marshall of Worcester County and from whom he in a cause of distribution to his daughter Betsy with whom the said Stevens intermarried did acquire his right and title to the said Negroes and that the said Negroes were born in the State of Maryland and were carried with Stevens to Washington D.C. about 18 months past and are now brought back for Steven's own use and not for sale.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:130
Date (written/recorded) 11/18/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract John Stevens of the county does hereby declare that on the 23rd of September 1802 he did import and bring with him from Washington, D.C. into the county the following Negroes: being a Negro man "Tom" aged 48 formerly the property of William Stevens of the county who by his last will and testament dated January 16th of 1798 did devise the said Negro man to the said John and also a Negro woman "Sinah" aged 21 and Negro "Arthur" aged 17 formerly the property of Drummond Marshall of Worcester County and from whom he in a cause of distribution to his daughter Betsy with whom the said Stevens intermarried did acquire his right and title to the said Negroes and that the said Negroes were born in the State of Maryland and were carried with Stevens to Washington D.C. about 18 months past and are now brought back for Steven's own use and not for sale.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 2/22/1803
Grantor: Grantee John Broughton / Isaac Broughton
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 150 pounds current money, Broughton conveys and makes over to Isaac a Negro woman "Esther" Negro boy "Arthur." Household goods and livestock also listed.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:197
Date (written/recorded) 2/22/1803
Grantor: Grantee John Broughton / Isaac Broughton
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 150 pounds current money, Broughton conveys and makes over to Isaac a Negro woman "Esther" Negro boy "Arthur." Household goods and livestock also listed.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 2/12/1802
Grantor: Grantee Levin Fletcher / William Winder
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 37 pounds 10 shillings current money, Fletcher conveys and makes over to Winder all the following goods and chattels: being a Negro boy "Caprol". Household goods and livestock also listed.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:200
Date (written/recorded) 2/12/1802
Grantor: Grantee Levin Fletcher / William Winder
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 37 pounds 10 shillings current money, Fletcher conveys and makes over to Winder all the following goods and chattels: being a Negro boy "Caprol". Household goods and livestock also listed.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 7/6/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract List of Negroes: A list of Negroes carried by John Dennis to Georgetown in the District of Columbia in September 1801 and brought back to Somerset County on the 29th of April 1802 with their names ages, sexes, etc. being "George" Negro man aged 26, "Henry" Negro man aged 30, "Vilet" a Negro woman aged 22, "Betsy" a child of "Vilet" aged 1 1/2 "Belinda" Negro girl aged 19, "Zilpha" Negro girl aged 16 and the said Dennis has title to the said Negroes under the will of his father dated the 12th of February 1774 who devised to the said John their mother "Rose" and to the residue the said Dennis has title by virtue of his intermarriage with Eleanor Jackson, now Eleanor Dennis to whom they were given by the will of her mother Elizabeth Jackson who devised her title to "Vilet" and her child under the will of her brother Levin Wilson dated the 12th of June 1791 and to "Harry" she derives her title under the will of Henry Jackson, dated the 26th of January 1794, "Vilet" being born the property of the said Levin and "Harry" of Henry Jackson.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:31
Date (written/recorded) 7/6/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract List of Negroes: A list of Negroes carried by John Dennis to Georgetown in the District of Columbia in September 1801 and brought back to Somerset County on the 29th of April 1802 with their names ages, sexes, etc. being "George" Negro man aged 26, "Henry" Negro man aged 30, "Vilet" a Negro woman aged 22, "Betsy" a child of "Vilet" aged 1 1/2 "Belinda" Negro girl aged 19, "Zilpha" Negro girl aged 16 and the said Dennis has title to the said Negroes under the will of his father dated the 12th of February 1774 who devised to the said John their mother "Rose" and to the residue the said Dennis has title by virtue of his intermarriage with Eleanor Jackson, now Eleanor Dennis to whom they were given by the will of her mother Elizabeth Jackson who devised her title to "Vilet" and her child under the will of her brother Levin Wilson dated the 12th of June 1791 and to "Harry" she derives her title under the will of Henry Jackson, dated the 26th of January 1794, "Vilet" being born the property of the said Levin and "Harry" of Henry Jackson.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 5/25/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract I do certify that on this 1st day of June 1803 I have removed from the state of Virginia a male Negro according to the subsequent description being a Negro boy "Rike" alias "Rikah" about 10 years old or in his 11th year and the said Negro boy is removed for the purpose of the subscriber's personal service. Signed: Littleton Dennis Teakle
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:327
Date (written/recorded) 5/25/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract I do certify that on this 1st day of June 1803 I have removed from the state of Virginia a male Negro according to the subsequent description being a Negro boy "Rike" alias "Rikah" about 10 years old or in his 11th year and the said Negro boy is removed for the purpose of the subscriber's personal service. Signed: Littleton Dennis Teakle
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 11/2/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Certification: This is to certify that on the 3rd of September the subscriber brought and removed from Virginia into the state of Maryland a Negro man "Burges" aged 19 and which said Negro man was devised by a Elizabeth Covington dated the 23rd of May 1786 and recorded in the records of Northumberland County, Virginia to a Zeporah Leatherbury and title to which said Negro was acquired by the subscriber in his intermarriage with the said Zepoah.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:167
Date (written/recorded) 11/2/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Certification: This is to certify that on the 3rd of September the subscriber brought and removed from Virginia into the state of Maryland a Negro man "Burges" aged 19 and which said Negro man was devised by a Elizabeth Covington dated the 23rd of May 1786 and recorded in the records of Northumberland County, Virginia to a Zeporah Leatherbury and title to which said Negro was acquired by the subscriber in his intermarriage with the said Zepoah.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/18/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Henry Waggaman, of Dorchester County, Maryland in consideration of the past faithful services of Negro "Quawk" have manumitted and set free the said Negro man.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:168
Date (written/recorded) 1/18/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Henry Waggaman, of Dorchester County, Maryland in consideration of the past faithful services of Negro "Quawk" have manumitted and set free the said Negro man.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/5/1803
Grantor: Grantee Martha Boston / Levin Boston
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 50 pounds current money, Boston conveys and makes over to Levin a Negro boy aged 15 called "Caleb" now hired out to Whitty Smith.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:173
Date (written/recorded) 1/5/1803
Grantor: Grantee Martha Boston / Levin Boston
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 50 pounds current money, Boston conveys and makes over to Levin a Negro boy aged 15 called "Caleb" now hired out to Whitty Smith.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/24/1803
Grantor: Grantee John Leatherbury / William Means, of Coblowes (?) County, North Carolina
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $460 current money, Leatherbury conveys and makes over to Means a Negro man "Will" and Negro girl "Liza"
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:174
Date (written/recorded) 1/24/1803
Grantor: Grantee John Leatherbury / William Means, of Coblowes (?) County, North Carolina
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $460 current money, Leatherbury conveys and makes over to Means a Negro man "Will" and Negro girl "Liza"
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 8/16/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract This is to certify that on the 15th of the present month Littleton D. Teakle removed from the state of Virginia into this state a Negro man "Caleb" alias "Caleb Holden" aged 40 and in his 41st year and the subscribers intention for removing him was entirely for the subscriber's service and that of his family and not for the purpose of sale.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:395
Date (written/recorded) 8/16/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract This is to certify that on the 15th of the present month Littleton D. Teakle removed from the state of Virginia into this state a Negro man "Caleb" alias "Caleb Holden" aged 40 and in his 41st year and the subscribers intention for removing him was entirely for the subscriber's service and that of his family and not for the purpose of sale.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 8/13/1803
Grantor: Grantee Negro Caleb alias Caleb Holden / Littleton Dennis Teakle
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $300 current money, "Caleb" does bind himself to the said Teakle for the term of 20 years from the date of these presents.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:407
Date (written/recorded) 8/13/1803
Grantor: Grantee Negro Caleb alias Caleb Holden / Littleton Dennis Teakle
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $300 current money, "Caleb" does bind himself to the said Teakle for the term of 20 years from the date of these presents.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 2/1/1803
Grantor: Grantee Littleton Aires, Jr. / Jacob Aires
Abstract For and in consideration of the natural love and affection which the grantor has towards Jacob, his brother and for diverse other good causes and considerations and for the sum of 5 shillings current money he conveys and makes over by deed of a gift a Negro man "Charles".
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:183
Date (written/recorded) 2/1/1803
Grantor: Grantee Littleton Aires, Jr. / Jacob Aires
Abstract For and in consideration of the natural love and affection which the grantor has towards Jacob, his brother and for diverse other good causes and considerations and for the sum of 5 shillings current money he conveys and makes over by deed of a gift a Negro man "Charles".
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 5/13/1802
Grantor: Grantee Levin Denwood / Zadock Long
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 112 pounds 10 shillings current money, Denwood conveys and makes over to Long a Negro man "Charles"
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:204
Date (written/recorded) 5/13/1802
Grantor: Grantee Levin Denwood / Zadock Long
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 112 pounds 10 shillings current money, Denwood conveys and makes over to Long a Negro man "Charles"
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 3/8/1803
Grantor: Grantee Zadock Long / Levin Farington
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $303 current money, Long conveys and makes over to Farington a Negro "Charles"
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:205
Date (written/recorded) 3/8/1803
Grantor: Grantee Zadock Long / Levin Farington
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $303 current money, Long conveys and makes over to Farington a Negro "Charles"
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 3/7/1803
Grantor: Grantee Thomas Holbrook / Ezekial McClemmy
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 699 current money, Holbrook conveys and makes over to McClemmy the following Negroes being: Harry, George, Handy, Liege, Littleton, Stephen, Leah, Lott, Sabra and her child Sam & Mida.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:210
Date (written/recorded) 3/7/1803
Grantor: Grantee Thomas Holbrook / Ezekial McClemmy
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 699 current money, Holbrook conveys and makes over to McClemmy the following Negroes being: Harry, George, Handy, Liege, Littleton, Stephen, Leah, Lott, Sabra and her child Sam & Mida.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 10/11/1802
Grantor: Grantee Thomas Williams, Sr. / Peggy Williams
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 50 pounds current money, Williams conveys and makes over to Peggy Williams a Negro man "David" now at Noah Davis's.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:109
Date (written/recorded) 10/11/1802
Grantor: Grantee Thomas Williams, Sr. / Peggy Williams
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 50 pounds current money, Williams conveys and makes over to Peggy Williams a Negro man "David" now at Noah Davis's.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 10/11/1802
Grantor: Grantee Thomas Williams, Sr. / Dr. Thomas Williams
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Williams conveys and makes over to Dr. Thomas Williams a Negro girl "Leah" (along with 100 head of hogs now on the land).
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:110
Date (written/recorded) 10/11/1802
Grantor: Grantee Thomas Williams, Sr. / Dr. Thomas Williams
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Williams conveys and makes over to Dr. Thomas Williams a Negro girl "Leah" (along with 100 head of hogs now on the land).
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 5/3/1803
Grantor: Grantee William Roach / Negro: Davy
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Roach conveys to Negro "Davy" his freedom manumitting him and set him free from all claim.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:318
Date (written/recorded) 5/3/1803
Grantor: Grantee William Roach / Negro: Davy
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Roach conveys to Negro "Davy" his freedom manumitting him and set him free from all claim.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 5/3/1803
Grantor: Grantee William Roach / Negro: "Peter"
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Roach conveys to Negro "Peter" his freedom manumitting and setting him free from all claims.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:319
Date (written/recorded) 5/3/1803
Grantor: Grantee William Roach / Negro: "Peter"
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Roach conveys to Negro "Peter" his freedom manumitting and setting him free from all claims.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 4/2/1803
Grantor: Grantee Benjamin Wailes / William Horsey
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $200 current money, Wailes conveys and makes over to Horsey all his right, title and interest to the following Negroes: being a Negro man "Dick" and Negro girl "Tamer"
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:234
Date (written/recorded) 4/2/1803
Grantor: Grantee Benjamin Wailes / William Horsey
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $200 current money, Wailes conveys and makes over to Horsey all his right, title and interest to the following Negroes: being a Negro man "Dick" and Negro girl "Tamer"
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 9/28/1802
Grantor: Grantee David Hayman, of Worcester County / Thomas Layfield
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 75 pounds current money, Hayman conveys and makes over to Layfield a Negro girl "Esther"
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:84
Date (written/recorded) 9/28/1802
Grantor: Grantee David Hayman, of Worcester County / Thomas Layfield
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 75 pounds current money, Hayman conveys and makes over to Layfield a Negro girl "Esther"
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 7/17/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Mary Holland, of the county does by these presents emancipate and set free a Negro woman called "Fanny" to be free according to the laws of the state.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:38
Date (written/recorded) 7/17/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Mary Holland, of the county does by these presents emancipate and set free a Negro woman called "Fanny" to be free according to the laws of the state.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 7/31/1802
Grantor: Grantee William Perkins / Thomas Williams, Sr.
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Perkins conveys and makes over to Williams a Negro man "Frank"
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:48
Date (written/recorded) 7/31/1802
Grantor: Grantee William Perkins / Thomas Williams, Sr.
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Perkins conveys and makes over to Williams a Negro man "Frank"
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 11/17/1802
Grantor: Grantee William Rowan, administrator of the estate of Thomas Cutchell / George Robertson
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $370 current money, Rowan conveys and makes over to Robertson a Negro woman "Lovy" and her children "George" "Joseph" and a female "Leah" and all of which said Negroes are now in the possession of the said Robertson
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:144
Date (written/recorded) 11/17/1802
Grantor: Grantee William Rowan, administrator of the estate of Thomas Cutchell / George Robertson
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $370 current money, Rowan conveys and makes over to Robertson a Negro woman "Lovy" and her children "George" "Joseph" and a female "Leah" and all of which said Negroes are now in the possession of the said Robertson
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 10/13/1800
Grantor: Grantee Thomas Wood Potter / Thomas Potter, son of the grantor
Abstract For and in consideration of diverse good causes and considerations done by the grantor's son and for the further consideration of the sum of 10 pounds current money, he conveys to his son all his right, title and interest in and to a Negro girl "Grace"
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:244
Date (written/recorded) 10/13/1800
Grantor: Grantee Thomas Wood Potter / Thomas Potter, son of the grantor
Abstract For and in consideration of diverse good causes and considerations done by the grantor's son and for the further consideration of the sum of 10 pounds current money, he conveys to his son all his right, title and interest in and to a Negro girl "Grace"
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 8/17/1802
Grantor: Grantee Martin Luther Haynie / Benjamin Dashiell
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 30 pounds current money, Haynie conveys and makes over to Dashiell a Negro boy "Harry" and which said boy is now in the possession of the said Benjamin Dashiell and to have for and during his time of servitude being from teh date of these presents until the 15th of March 1814.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:59
Date (written/recorded) 8/17/1802
Grantor: Grantee Martin Luther Haynie / Benjamin Dashiell
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 30 pounds current money, Haynie conveys and makes over to Dashiell a Negro boy "Harry" and which said boy is now in the possession of the said Benjamin Dashiell and to have for and during his time of servitude being from teh date of these presents until the 15th of March 1814.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 6/22/1803
Grantor: Grantee James R. Mills / Nathaniel Bell
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 60 pounds current money, Mills conveys and makes over to Bell a Negro boy "Harry."
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:369
Date (written/recorded) 6/22/1803
Grantor: Grantee James R. Mills / Nathaniel Bell
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 60 pounds current money, Mills conveys and makes over to Bell a Negro boy "Harry."
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 8/16/1803
Grantor: Grantee Richard Ingersol / William Roberts
Abstract Whereas the said Ingersol owes and now stands justly indebted to the said Roberts in the sum of 150 pounds current money and to secure the payment thereof is willing to execute these presents, now this indenture further witnesseth that in and for the consideration of the sum of $10 curent money, Ingersol mortgages to Roberts all the following goods and chattels herein expresessed being a Negro man "Jack." Several other items listed including livestock and household goods.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:402
Date (written/recorded) 8/16/1803
Grantor: Grantee Richard Ingersol / William Roberts
Abstract Whereas the said Ingersol owes and now stands justly indebted to the said Roberts in the sum of 150 pounds current money and to secure the payment thereof is willing to execute these presents, now this indenture further witnesseth that in and for the consideration of the sum of $10 curent money, Ingersol mortgages to Roberts all the following goods and chattels herein expresessed being a Negro man "Jack." Several other items listed including livestock and household goods.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 6/3/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Abraham Taylor, for the diverse good causes and considerations does hereby set free and manumit being "Rose Anthony" to be free from this date and Negro boy "Stephen Anthony" to be free when at the age of 21 and the said Negroes Taylor purchased from Nancy Darby.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:383
Date (written/recorded) 6/3/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Abraham Taylor, for the diverse good causes and considerations does hereby set free and manumit being "Rose Anthony" to be free from this date and Negro boy "Stephen Anthony" to be free when at the age of 21 and the said Negroes Taylor purchased from Nancy Darby.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 8/1/1803
Grantor: Grantee Noah Holland / William Williams
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 60 pounds current money, conveys and makes over to Williams 2 Negroes Jellicah and Nance.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O-035:387
Date (written/recorded) 8/1/1803
Grantor: Grantee Noah Holland / William Williams
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 60 pounds current money, conveys and makes over to Williams 2 Negroes Jellicah and Nance.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 4/5/1803
Grantor: Grantee Adam Elzey / Benjamin Dashiell
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 75 pounds current money, Elzey conveys and makes over to Dashiell a Negro boy "John"
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:248
Date (written/recorded) 4/5/1803
Grantor: Grantee Adam Elzey / Benjamin Dashiell
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 75 pounds current money, Elzey conveys and makes over to Dashiell a Negro boy "John"
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 2/1/1803
Grantor: Grantee Littleton Aires, Jr./ George Aires
Abstract For and in consideration of the natural love and affection which the grantor has towards George, his brother and for diverse other good causes and considerations and for the sum of 5 shillings current money he conveys and makes over by deed of a gift a Negro man "Linas"
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:181
Date (written/recorded) 2/1/1803
Grantor: Grantee Littleton Aires, Jr./ George Aires
Abstract For and in consideration of the natural love and affection which the grantor has towards George, his brother and for diverse other good causes and considerations and for the sum of 5 shillings current money he conveys and makes over by deed of a gift a Negro man "Linas"
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 9/20/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Isaac Horsey after the expiration of the years 1805 does manumit, enfranchise and set free his Negro man "Mitchell" he the said "Mitchell" serving the said Horsey and his heirs until that time .
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:429
Date (written/recorded) 9/20/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Isaac Horsey after the expiration of the years 1805 does manumit, enfranchise and set free his Negro man "Mitchell" he the said "Mitchell" serving the said Horsey and his heirs until that time .
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 6/2/1803
Grantor: Grantee Samuel Parker / William Wilson
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 112 pounds 10 shillings current money, conveys and makes over to Wilson a Negro man "Sothy"
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:431
Date (written/recorded) 6/2/1803
Grantor: Grantee Samuel Parker / William Wilson
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 112 pounds 10 shillings current money, conveys and makes over to Wilson a Negro man "Sothy"
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 8/25/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Bond of Obligation: Henry Banks is held and firmly bound for the sum of $210 current money, wherein the said Banks does acknowledge that he has given, granted and conveyed to James Fookes, of Thomas of Worcester County a Negro woman "Venus" and by these presents does give, grant and convey to the said Fookes the said Negro woman.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:129
Date (written/recorded) 8/25/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Bond of Obligation: Henry Banks is held and firmly bound for the sum of $210 current money, wherein the said Banks does acknowledge that he has given, granted and conveyed to James Fookes, of Thomas of Worcester County a Negro woman "Venus" and by these presents does give, grant and convey to the said Fookes the said Negro woman.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 4/12/1803
Grantor: Grantee David Hayman, of Worcester County / Jacob Moris, Jr. [Morris]
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Hayman conveys and makes over to Moris a Negro boy "Stephen" aged 15.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:256
Date (written/recorded) 4/12/1803
Grantor: Grantee David Hayman, of Worcester County / Jacob Moris, Jr. [Morris]
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Hayman conveys and makes over to Moris a Negro boy "Stephen" aged 15.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 7/17/1802
Grantor: Grantee William McIntosh of Adam County, Terr. of Mississippi / Levin Boston
Abstract For and in consideration of a Negro boy & the sum of $40, McIntosh does sell and convey a Negro woman "Tawney" (?) aged 40 and a child and she being of a high black color well made having a young child with the measles to the said Boston.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:40
Date (written/recorded) 7/17/1802
Grantor: Grantee William McIntosh of Adam County, Terr. of Mississippi / Levin Boston
Abstract For and in consideration of a Negro boy & the sum of $40, McIntosh does sell and convey a Negro woman "Tawney" (?) aged 40 and a child and she being of a high black color well made having a young child with the measles to the said Boston.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 2/22/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Anna Moore, for diverse good causes and considerations does hereby manumit and set free and liberate the following Negroes: Ephriam born 1794 and to be free at the age of 28 and Hannah born 1788 and to be set free when she arrives at age 25 and shall she have any children then the males to be free when they arrive at age 28 and the females at age 25.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 035:196
Date (written/recorded) 2/22/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Anna Moore, for diverse good causes and considerations does hereby manumit and set free and liberate the following Negroes: Ephriam born 1794 and to be free at the age of 28 and Hannah born 1788 and to be set free when she arrives at age 25 and shall she have any children then the males to be free when they arrive at age 28 and the females at age 25.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 9/20/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission. John Moore from and after the expiration of the years 1810 does manumit, set free and liberate his Negro man Mingo now about 18 years of age he serving the said Moore duringt that time and then to be free. Signed: John Moore
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O- 35:428
Date (written/recorded) 9/20/1803
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission. John Moore from and after the expiration of the years 1810 does manumit, set free and liberate his Negro man Mingo now about 18 years of age he serving the said Moore duringt that time and then to be free. Signed: John Moore
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 10/30/1802
Grantor: Grantee George Tull / Caleb Dorsey
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 230 pounds current money, Tull conveys and makes over to Dorsey all the following Negroes: Marthey, Isabella, Jacob, Isaac, Parker and Joshua.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio O-035:269
Date (written/recorded) 10/30/1802
Grantor: Grantee George Tull / Caleb Dorsey
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 230 pounds current money, Tull conveys and makes over to Dorsey all the following Negroes: Marthey, Isabella, Jacob, Isaac, Parker and Joshua.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/5/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract A list of Negroes that George Tull, of Somerset County brought from Virginia which the said Tull came by through intermarriage with a Polly Merrill. Names & ages as follows: Martha aged 45, Parker aged 7, Joshua aged 5 Jan 5th 1802.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:346
Date (written/recorded) 1/5/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract A list of Negroes that George Tull, of Somerset County brought from Virginia which the said Tull came by through intermarriage with a Polly Merrill. Names & ages as follows: Martha aged 45, Parker aged 7, Joshua aged 5 Jan 5th 1802.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/5/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract A list of Negroes brought from Virginia by Caleb Dawsey of Somerset County and which said Negroes the said Dawsey came by through intermarriage with a Sena Merrell and the names of the said Negroes are: Bett aged 13, Harry aged 9.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:347
Date (written/recorded) 1/5/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract A list of Negroes brought from Virginia by Caleb Dawsey of Somerset County and which said Negroes the said Dawsey came by through intermarriage with a Sena Merrell and the names of the said Negroes are: Bett aged 13, Harry aged 9.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 10/28/1801
Grantor: Grantee Sally Addams / Samuel Addams
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 50 pounds current money, Addams conveys to Samuel a Negro named Sarah and Negro name Severn.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:291
Date (written/recorded) 10/28/1801
Grantor: Grantee Sally Addams / Samuel Addams
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 50 pounds current money, Addams conveys to Samuel a Negro named Sarah and Negro name Severn.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 10/28/1801
Grantor: Grantee Dennis Adams / John Jordan
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 112 pounds 10 shillings current money, Adams conveys and makes over to Jordan a Negro man Bill
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:292
Date (written/recorded) 10/28/1801
Grantor: Grantee Dennis Adams / John Jordan
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 112 pounds 10 shillings current money, Adams conveys and makes over to Jordan a Negro man Bill
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 11/6/1801
Grantor: Grantee John Cullin / Stephen Sterling, free Negro
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 17 pounds 10 shillings current money, Cullin conveys and makes over to Sterling all that part of a tract of land called "Long Town" lying and being in the said county and being on the east side of the county road that leads down Little Annamessex Neck near the plantation of James Ward and beginning at a marked sassafras post standing on the edge of the said road and thence...to the beginning cont. and now laid out for 10 acres of land
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:294
Date (written/recorded) 11/6/1801
Grantor: Grantee John Cullin / Stephen Sterling, free Negro
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 17 pounds 10 shillings current money, Cullin conveys and makes over to Sterling all that part of a tract of land called "Long Town" lying and being in the said county and being on the east side of the county road that leads down Little Annamessex Neck near the plantation of James Ward and beginning at a marked sassafras post standing on the edge of the said road and thence...to the beginning cont. and now laid out for 10 acres of land
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 11/6/1802
Grantor: Grantee John Cullin, planter / Jacob Miles, free black man
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 75 pounds current money, Cullin conveys and makes over to Miles a part of all those 2 tracts of land called "The Middle of the Neck" and "Benston's Lott" within the following metes and bounds: beginning at a marked sassafras post thence...to the beginning cont. and laid out for 20 acres of land more or less
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:296
Date (written/recorded) 11/6/1802
Grantor: Grantee John Cullin, planter / Jacob Miles, free black man
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 75 pounds current money, Cullin conveys and makes over to Miles a part of all those 2 tracts of land called "The Middle of the Neck" and "Benston's Lott" within the following metes and bounds: beginning at a marked sassafras post thence...to the beginning cont. and laid out for 20 acres of land more or less
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 2/9/1802
Grantor: Grantee Priscilla Holbrook / Thomas I. Holbrook & Sally Irving Holbrook (children of Priscilla)
Abstract For and in consideration of the provisions hereafter mentioned, and for the sum of 25 shillings current money, the said Priscilla conveys and makes over to Thomas Irving [Holbrook], the following Negroes: being Negro boy Joe, Negro boy Bob, Negro girl Lucy and 1 bed and furn.. To Sally the following Negroes: Negro man Charles, Negro boy ---, Negro woman Tamer, Negro girl Sarah and Negro girl Priscilla and also 1 bed and furn. and to have on the condition that they permit the said Priscilla during and for her natural life to have the use and possession of the said Negroes and bed and furn. and should they not, then their share is forfeited.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:407
Date (written/recorded) 2/9/1802
Grantor: Grantee Priscilla Holbrook / Thomas I. Holbrook & Sally Irving Holbrook (children of Priscilla)
Abstract For and in consideration of the provisions hereafter mentioned, and for the sum of 25 shillings current money, the said Priscilla conveys and makes over to Thomas Irving [Holbrook], the following Negroes: being Negro boy Joe, Negro boy Bob, Negro girl Lucy and 1 bed and furn.. To Sally the following Negroes: Negro man Charles, Negro boy ---, Negro woman Tamer, Negro girl Sarah and Negro girl Priscilla and also 1 bed and furn. and to have on the condition that they permit the said Priscilla during and for her natural life to have the use and possession of the said Negroes and bed and furn. and should they not, then their share is forfeited.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 9/26/1801
Grantor: Grantee Stephen James / Elisha Gunby
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 82 pounds 10 shillings current money, the said James conveys and makes over to Gunby a Negro man Cesar.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:286
Date (written/recorded) 9/26/1801
Grantor: Grantee Stephen James / Elisha Gunby
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 82 pounds 10 shillings current money, the said James conveys and makes over to Gunby a Negro man Cesar.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 7/27/1801
Grantor: Grantee Josiah Broughton / William Purkins
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 500 pounds current money, Broughton conveys to Purkins all the following goods, chattels, and stock, being all the slaves being 3 males and 2 females being Frank, Isaac, Harry, Cloe and Milkey. Also includes livestock and household furnishing & farm utensils.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:244
Date (written/recorded) 7/27/1801
Grantor: Grantee Josiah Broughton / William Purkins
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 500 pounds current money, Broughton conveys to Purkins all the following goods, chattels, and stock, being all the slaves being 3 males and 2 females being Frank, Isaac, Harry, Cloe and Milkey. Also includes livestock and household furnishing & farm utensils.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 6/26/1801
Grantor: Grantee Gillis McClemmy / Levin Ballard & Ezekial M. C. Gillis
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 500 pounds current money, McClemmy conveys and makes over to the grantees all the goods, household staff and implements of household and that is a Negro Stephen, a Negro Levin, Negro Draper, Negro Mirah, Negro Susan, Negro Sally, Negro Rose, Negro Patience, Negro Hannah. household goods & livestock also listed.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:219
Date (written/recorded) 6/26/1801
Grantor: Grantee Gillis McClemmy / Levin Ballard & Ezekial M. C. Gillis
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 500 pounds current money, McClemmy conveys and makes over to the grantees all the goods, household staff and implements of household and that is a Negro Stephen, a Negro Levin, Negro Draper, Negro Mirah, Negro Susan, Negro Sally, Negro Rose, Negro Patience, Negro Hannah. household goods & livestock also listed.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) ? 1801
Grantor: Grantee William Jones / Archibald McDorman
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 60 pounds current money, Jones conveys and makes over to McDorman a Negro woman Henny and her child Whitty
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:224
Date (written/recorded) ? 1801
Grantor: Grantee William Jones / Archibald McDorman
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 60 pounds current money, Jones conveys and makes over to McDorman a Negro woman Henny and her child Whitty
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/22/1801
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract George Savage certifies that on the 14th of January 1801 he removed a Negro boy named Elijah from Accomack County in Virginia which said Negro boy became entitled to said Savage by purchase of the estate of the said George's father John Savage, deceased and does request the clerrk to make record of the removal.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:224
Date (written/recorded) 1/22/1801
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract George Savage certifies that on the 14th of January 1801 he removed a Negro boy named Elijah from Accomack County in Virginia which said Negro boy became entitled to said Savage by purchase of the estate of the said George's father John Savage, deceased and does request the clerrk to make record of the removal.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 7/14/1801
Grantor: Grantee Whittington White / William White, of Francis
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 114 pounds 7 shillings, 6 pence current money White conveys and makes over to William a Negro man Ely
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:234
Date (written/recorded) 7/14/1801
Grantor: Grantee Whittington White / William White, of Francis
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 114 pounds 7 shillings, 6 pence current money White conveys and makes over to William a Negro man Ely
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/9/1802
Grantor: Grantee Henry Summers / George Beauchamp
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 55 current money, Summers conveys and makes over to Beauchamp all that Negro girl Minte aged about 18. LIvestock & furnishings also listed.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:385
Date (written/recorded) 1/9/1802
Grantor: Grantee Henry Summers / George Beauchamp
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 55 current money, Summers conveys and makes over to Beauchamp all that Negro girl Minte aged about 18. LIvestock & furnishings also listed.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/22/1802
Grantor: Grantee George Tull / Sally Maddux Tull
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Tull conveys and makes over to Sally the following Negroes: Jacob, Parker, Martha and also to have 1 bed & furniture.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:385
Date (written/recorded) 1/22/1802
Grantor: Grantee George Tull / Sally Maddux Tull
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Tull conveys and makes over to Sally the following Negroes: Jacob, Parker, Martha and also to have 1 bed & furniture.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/22/1802
Grantor: Grantee George Tull / Polly Marshall Tull
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Tull conveys and makes over to Polly the following Negroes: Joshua, Esabella and also 1 bed and furn.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:385
Date (written/recorded) 1/22/1802
Grantor: Grantee George Tull / Polly Marshall Tull
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money, Tull conveys and makes over to Polly the following Negroes: Joshua, Esabella and also 1 bed and furn.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 12/13/1800
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Matilda L. Dashiell for and in consideration of diverse good causes and considerations does hereby set free and manumit her Negro woman Esther.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:181
Date (written/recorded) 12/13/1800
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: Matilda L. Dashiell for and in consideration of diverse good causes and considerations does hereby set free and manumit her Negro woman Esther.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 9/29/1801
Grantor: Grantee William Purkins / Eli Gibbins
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 240 pounds current money, Purkins conveys and makes over to Gibbins all that Negro man Frank and Negro man Isaac and 1 still with worm, cap & tub.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:278
Date (written/recorded) 9/29/1801
Grantor: Grantee William Purkins / Eli Gibbins
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 240 pounds current money, Purkins conveys and makes over to Gibbins all that Negro man Frank and Negro man Isaac and 1 still with worm, cap & tub.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 5/11/1801
Grantor: Grantee Parker Selby / Levin Woolford
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 150 pounds current money, Selby mortgages to Woolford all his right, title and claim in and to his lot and house lying in Princess Anne Town it being a part of a lot described as Lot No. #3 directly opposite the court house and the same which was conveyed by John Woolford to the said Parker Selby with all appurtenances belonging thereto. And also Selby conveys and makes over to Woolford a Negro woman called Wafe and her 2 children Leah and George to have and to hold on the condition nevertheless that shall the said Parker Selby pay or cause to be paid to the said Woolford the sum of 150 pounds current money with lawful interest thereon on or before the 1st of January 1804 that and in that case the above mortgage shall be null and void and of no effect.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:145
Date (written/recorded) 5/11/1801
Grantor: Grantee Parker Selby / Levin Woolford
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 150 pounds current money, Selby mortgages to Woolford all his right, title and claim in and to his lot and house lying in Princess Anne Town it being a part of a lot described as Lot No. #3 directly opposite the court house and the same which was conveyed by John Woolford to the said Parker Selby with all appurtenances belonging thereto. And also Selby conveys and makes over to Woolford a Negro woman called Wafe and her 2 children Leah and George to have and to hold on the condition nevertheless that shall the said Parker Selby pay or cause to be paid to the said Woolford the sum of 150 pounds current money with lawful interest thereon on or before the 1st of January 1804 that and in that case the above mortgage shall be null and void and of no effect.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 4/9/1802
Grantor: Grantee James Bounds / Levin Botham
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $300 current money Bounds conveys and makes over to Botham a Negro boy George.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:484
Date (written/recorded) 4/9/1802
Grantor: Grantee James Bounds / Levin Botham
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $300 current money Bounds conveys and makes over to Botham a Negro boy George.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/15/1801
Grantor: Grantee Hezekiah Dorman, Ezekial Duzen, Peggy Dorman (representatives of Chase Dorman) / Zadock Long
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 60 pounds current money, the grantors convey and make over to Long a Negro man Jack which the grantors are entitled to as equal distribution with Samuel and Thomas Dorman, sons of the said Chase and to have all the right, title and claim to the said Negro clear of any claim from Samuel and Thomas on the condition that the said Long pay to the said Samuel and Thomas the sum levied by the orphans court
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:24
Date (written/recorded) 1/15/1801
Grantor: Grantee Hezekiah Dorman, Ezekial Duzen, Peggy Dorman (representatives of Chase Dorman) / Zadock Long
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 60 pounds current money, the grantors convey and make over to Long a Negro man Jack which the grantors are entitled to as equal distribution with Samuel and Thomas Dorman, sons of the said Chase and to have all the right, title and claim to the said Negro clear of any claim from Samuel and Thomas on the condition that the said Long pay to the said Samuel and Thomas the sum levied by the orphans court
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/5/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract A list of Negroes that George Tull, of Somerset County brought from Virginia which the said Tull came by through intermarriage with a Polly Merrill and the names and ages are as follows: Martha aged 45, Parker aged 7 and Joshua ages 5 January 5 1802
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:346
Date (written/recorded) 1/5/1802
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract A list of Negroes that George Tull, of Somerset County brought from Virginia which the said Tull came by through intermarriage with a Polly Merrill and the names and ages are as follows: Martha aged 45, Parker aged 7 and Joshua ages 5 January 5 1802
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 2/25/1801
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract The subscriber hereby certifies that on the 15th of January 1801 he removed from the state of Virginia into Somerset County, Maryland a Negro woman Isabell aged 16 and which woman the subscriber acquired title to by his intermarriage with his present wife Susanna Waters, late Susanna Stringer and the subscriber requests the court make record hereof. Signed: Thomas Waters.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:67
Date (written/recorded) 2/25/1801
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract The subscriber hereby certifies that on the 15th of January 1801 he removed from the state of Virginia into Somerset County, Maryland a Negro woman Isabell aged 16 and which woman the subscriber acquired title to by his intermarriage with his present wife Susanna Waters, late Susanna Stringer and the subscriber requests the court make record hereof. Signed: Thomas Waters.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 5/19/1801
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract J. Leatherbury as executor for the last will and testament of Mrs. Mary Winder, deceased has paid over to Dr. Levin Denwood for the said Mary Winder the following slaves being Negro man Step, Negro woman Rhoda, and her three children: Henry, Isaac, and a young one whose name is unknown as a part of his dividend of the said estate. [see entry on folio 263]
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:262
Date (written/recorded) 5/19/1801
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract J. Leatherbury as executor for the last will and testament of Mrs. Mary Winder, deceased has paid over to Dr. Levin Denwood for the said Mary Winder the following slaves being Negro man Step, Negro woman Rhoda, and her three children: Henry, Isaac, and a young one whose name is unknown as a part of his dividend of the said estate. [see entry on folio 263]
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 5/14/1801
Grantor: Grantee Levin Denwood / George Handy
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 162 pounds 10 shillings current money, Denwood conveys andmakes over to Handy the following Negroes: Rhoda and her 3 children being Henry, Isaac and Linda and Negro man Sip. [see entry on folio 262]
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:263
Date (written/recorded) 5/14/1801
Grantor: Grantee Levin Denwood / George Handy
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 162 pounds 10 shillings current money, Denwood conveys andmakes over to Handy the following Negroes: Rhoda and her 3 children being Henry, Isaac and Linda and Negro man Sip. [see entry on folio 262]
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 9/12/1800
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: For diverse causes and considerations, Hannah Ward manumits and sets free her Negro Hannah who was formerly the property of Aaron Sterling and the said Hannah relinuishes all her right, title and interest in the said Negro woman.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:30
Date (written/recorded) 9/12/1800
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: For diverse causes and considerations, Hannah Ward manumits and sets free her Negro Hannah who was formerly the property of Aaron Sterling and the said Hannah relinuishes all her right, title and interest in the said Negro woman.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 6/20/1801
Grantor: Grantee Levin Pollett / Betsy Omonsetter, daughter of John
Abstract Pollett gives to the said Betsy all the right, title and claim he has to a Negro girl Jean until she arrives at age 18 at which time the said girl is to be free and she was formerly the property of Dr. Ezekial Haynie, deceased whom the grantor purchased at the Dr.'s vendue and Betsy to have the said girl in and for the consideration of the sum of 10 pounds current money.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:212
Date (written/recorded) 6/20/1801
Grantor: Grantee Levin Pollett / Betsy Omonsetter, daughter of John
Abstract Pollett gives to the said Betsy all the right, title and claim he has to a Negro girl Jean until she arrives at age 18 at which time the said girl is to be free and she was formerly the property of Dr. Ezekial Haynie, deceased whom the grantor purchased at the Dr.'s vendue and Betsy to have the said girl in and for the consideration of the sum of 10 pounds current money.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 6/20/1801
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: For diverse causes and considerations Jonathan Bunting emancipates and sets free Negro man Samuel alias Samuel Planter aged 40 or thereabouts and he is to have his freedom from the date hereof.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:215
Date (written/recorded) 6/20/1801
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Manumission: For diverse causes and considerations Jonathan Bunting emancipates and sets free Negro man Samuel alias Samuel Planter aged 40 or thereabouts and he is to have his freedom from the date hereof.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 6/23/1801
Grantor: Grantee Elizabeth Dorman / Parker Selby & Levina Selby, wife of Parker
Abstract For and in consideration of the love and friendship the said Elizabeth has for the said Parker and Levina and for the further consideration of the sum of 5 pounds current money, she conveys and makes over to them a Negro boy James aged about 10 or so and for them to have the same for their natural lives and at their deaths the said James to enjoy his freedom and at their death their heirs, executors to find the boy a new suit of clothes and also to give him 1 set of shoemaker's tools as freedom dues.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:216
Date (written/recorded) 6/23/1801
Grantor: Grantee Elizabeth Dorman / Parker Selby & Levina Selby, wife of Parker
Abstract For and in consideration of the love and friendship the said Elizabeth has for the said Parker and Levina and for the further consideration of the sum of 5 pounds current money, she conveys and makes over to them a Negro boy James aged about 10 or so and for them to have the same for their natural lives and at their deaths the said James to enjoy his freedom and at their death their heirs, executors to find the boy a new suit of clothes and also to give him 1 set of shoemaker's tools as freedom dues.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 2/17/1801
Grantor: Grantee John Omensetter / Thomas Curtis
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 50 pounds current money, Omensetter sells and conveys to the said Curtis all the following goods and chattels: 4 years service of a Negro girl Jenny. Also lists livestock and household goods.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:45
Date (written/recorded) 2/17/1801
Grantor: Grantee John Omensetter / Thomas Curtis
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 50 pounds current money, Omensetter sells and conveys to the said Curtis all the following goods and chattels: 4 years service of a Negro girl Jenny. Also lists livestock and household goods.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 2/24/1801
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract This is to certify that the subscriber has brought into the state of Maryland from the state of Delaware a Negro boy Mingo aged 17 or thereabouts who the subscriber purchased in the said state of Delaware in the year 1798 and also the subscriber was a resident of that state at the time of the purchase in the month of October last moved to the state of Maryland. Signed: John Moore
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:46
Date (written/recorded) 2/24/1801
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract This is to certify that the subscriber has brought into the state of Maryland from the state of Delaware a Negro boy Mingo aged 17 or thereabouts who the subscriber purchased in the said state of Delaware in the year 1798 and also the subscriber was a resident of that state at the time of the purchase in the month of October last moved to the state of Maryland. Signed: John Moore
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 3/21/1801
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract LIttleton Teakle hereby certifies that in the month of January 1801 he removed from the state of Virginia into Somerset County 2 Negroes according to the subsequent list: being a Negro girl Sarah alias Sally about 10 years old and in her 11th and Negro woman Nanny alias Nancy about 38 years old and in her 39th year and which list the said Teakle desires to be recorded. Signed: Littleton Teakle
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:104
Date (written/recorded) 3/21/1801
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract LIttleton Teakle hereby certifies that in the month of January 1801 he removed from the state of Virginia into Somerset County 2 Negroes according to the subsequent list: being a Negro girl Sarah alias Sally about 10 years old and in her 11th and Negro woman Nanny alias Nancy about 38 years old and in her 39th year and which list the said Teakle desires to be recorded. Signed: Littleton Teakle
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 6/5/1801
Grantor: Grantee John D Cox / William Harris
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $250 current money, Cox conveys and makes over to Harris a Negro man Peter.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:189
Date (written/recorded) 6/5/1801
Grantor: Grantee John D Cox / William Harris
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $250 current money, Cox conveys and makes over to Harris a Negro man Peter.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 4/10/1802
Grantor: Grantee Edward Horsey Smith / Hugh Gemmell
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 120 pounds current money, Smith conveys and makes over to Gemmell a Negro man Peter and to have for his natural life.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:510
Date (written/recorded) 4/10/1802
Grantor: Grantee Edward Horsey Smith / Hugh Gemmell
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 120 pounds current money, Smith conveys and makes over to Gemmell a Negro man Peter and to have for his natural life.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 5/13/1802
Grantor: Grantee Levin Denwood / Zadock Long
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 112 pounds 10 shillings current money, Denwood conveys and makes over to Long a Negro man Charles.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:512
Date (written/recorded) 5/13/1802
Grantor: Grantee Levin Denwood / Zadock Long
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 112 pounds 10 shillings current money, Denwood conveys and makes over to Long a Negro man Charles.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 5/4/1802
Grantor: Grantee Samuel Addams / William A. Schoolfield
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $100 current money, Addams conveys and makes over to Schoolfield a Negro boy Severn and Negro girl Sarah and also 2 beds and furn.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:492
Date (written/recorded) 5/4/1802
Grantor: Grantee Samuel Addams / William A. Schoolfield
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of $100 current money, Addams conveys and makes over to Schoolfield a Negro boy Severn and Negro girl Sarah and also 2 beds and furn.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 2/17/1801
Grantor: Grantee Beauchamp Moore / Dr. Thomas Williams
Abstract For and in considertion of the sum of 42 pounds 16 shillings 5 pence current money, Moore conveys and makes over to Williams a Negro woman Tamer and her 2 children.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:42
Date (written/recorded) 2/17/1801
Grantor: Grantee Beauchamp Moore / Dr. Thomas Williams
Abstract For and in considertion of the sum of 42 pounds 16 shillings 5 pence current money, Moore conveys and makes over to Williams a Negro woman Tamer and her 2 children.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 6/27/1801
Grantor: Grantee Mary Sterling / John Cullin
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 30 pounds current money, Sterling conveys and makes over to Cullin all that Negro girl Vilate [Violet?] aged about 11 years
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:252
Date (written/recorded) 6/27/1801
Grantor: Grantee Mary Sterling / John Cullin
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 30 pounds current money, Sterling conveys and makes over to Cullin all that Negro girl Vilate [Violet?] aged about 11 years
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/5/1802
Grantor: Grantee Samuel Cottingham / William Turpin
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 18 pounds, 3 shillings 3 pence, Cottingham conveys and sells to Turpin a Negro boy Isac aged 2 1/2 years
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:347
Date (written/recorded) 1/5/1802
Grantor: Grantee Samuel Cottingham / William Turpin
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 18 pounds, 3 shillings 3 pence, Cottingham conveys and sells to Turpin a Negro boy Isac aged 2 1/2 years
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 1/5/1802
Grantor: Grantee Louther Smulling / John Layfield
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 112 pounds 10 shillings current money Smulling conveys and makes over to Layfield a Negro man Dick
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:360
Date (written/recorded) 1/5/1802
Grantor: Grantee Louther Smulling / John Layfield
Abstract For and in consideration of the sum of 112 pounds 10 shillings current money Smulling conveys and makes over to Layfield a Negro man Dick
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 3/2/1802
Grantor: Grantee William Rowan / George Robertson
Abstract For and in consideration of a certain bond this day passed to the said Rowan from George Robertson conditioned that if Negro Lovey and her 3 children George, Joseph and a female child expressed in the bond and whose name is unknown to the grantor, but said to be named Leah should fail in establishing their claim of freedom under and in virtue of a certain instrument of writing executed by Thomas Cutchell purporting to be his manumission of the said Negro and her 3 children that then the said George and his heirs should pay the sum of $550 to the said Rowan and also in further consideration of the sum of 5 shillings current money the said Rowan as attorney for the representatives of the said Cushall does sell and deliver to the said George the above named Negro woman and her 3 children on the condition that shall the said Negroes be adjudged to be entitled to their freedom then the instrument of writing to be void and of no effect.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:428
Date (written/recorded) 3/2/1802
Grantor: Grantee William Rowan / George Robertson
Abstract For and in consideration of a certain bond this day passed to the said Rowan from George Robertson conditioned that if Negro Lovey and her 3 children George, Joseph and a female child expressed in the bond and whose name is unknown to the grantor, but said to be named Leah should fail in establishing their claim of freedom under and in virtue of a certain instrument of writing executed by Thomas Cutchell purporting to be his manumission of the said Negro and her 3 children that then the said George and his heirs should pay the sum of $550 to the said Rowan and also in further consideration of the sum of 5 shillings current money the said Rowan as attorney for the representatives of the said Cushall does sell and deliver to the said George the above named Negro woman and her 3 children on the condition that shall the said Negroes be adjudged to be entitled to their freedom then the instrument of writing to be void and of no effect.
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County Somerset
Date (written/recorded) 4/6/1802
Grantor: Grantee Richard Waters, of William / Ezekial M. Gillis & Thomas Curtis
Abstract In consideration of the sum of 5 shillings current money, and in consideration that the grantors have entered in as securities for the said Richard for the administration of the estate of Dr. Francis T. Cheny, deceased the said grantor conveys and makes over to them a Negro man Shadrach and Negro girl Nancy and Negro girl Synthia. Beds & furn. & livestock also listed.
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State Maryland
County Somerset
Liber: Folio N 0-34:467
Date (written/recorded) 4/6/1802
Grantor: Grantee Richard Waters, of William / Ezekial M. Gillis & Thomas Curtis
Abstract In consideration of the sum of 5 shillings current money, and in consideration that the grantors have entered in as securities for the said Richard for the administration of the estate of Dr. Francis T. Cheny, deceased the said grantor conveys and makes over to them a Negro man Shadrach and Negro girl Nancy and Negro girl Synthia. Beds & furn. & livestock also listed.
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County Worcester
Date (written/recorded) 1 Nov 1794
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Isaac Savage for 30 pounds sells to Zadok Sturgis: Negro boy Milby
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State Maryland
County Worcester
Liber: Folio Q:7
Date (written/recorded) 1 Nov 1794
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Isaac Savage for 30 pounds sells to Zadok Sturgis: Negro boy Milby
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County Worcester
Date (written/recorded) 27 Dec 1794
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Thomas Atkinson for 65 pounds sells to John Williams: Negro woman Nanny and her children Rhody and Littleton
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State Maryland
County Worcester
Liber: Folio Q:44
Date (written/recorded) 27 Dec 1794
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Thomas Atkinson for 65 pounds sells to John Williams: Negro woman Nanny and her children Rhody and Littleton
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County Worcester
Date (written/recorded) 18 Dec 1794
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Elihue Hazzard, planter for 38 pounds sells to Asher Burroughs (tanner): Negro girl Leah
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State Maryland
County Worcester
Liber: Folio Q:51
Date (written/recorded) 18 Dec 1794
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Elihue Hazzard, planter for 38 pounds sells to Asher Burroughs (tanner): Negro girl Leah
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County Worcester
Date (written/recorded) 12 Jan 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Transport of Negro into the State: Phillip White lists Negro Cage or Micajah as being brought into Maryland by him the said Philip White. Cage was a resident of Sussex County Delaware and formerly belonged to Mr. John Aydelotte (father of Levinia wife of hte said Philip White)
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State Maryland
County Worcester
Liber: Folio Q:52
Date (written/recorded) 12 Jan 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Transport of Negro into the State: Phillip White lists Negro Cage or Micajah as being brought into Maryland by him the said Philip White. Cage was a resident of Sussex County Delaware and formerly belonged to Mr. John Aydelotte (father of Levinia wife of hte said Philip White)
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County Worcester
Date (written/recorded) 7 Jan 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract John Purnell manumits Negro man Azaria, man Jacob and woman Rhoda
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State Maryland
County Worcester
Liber: Folio Q:65
Date (written/recorded) 7 Jan 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract John Purnell manumits Negro man Azaria, man Jacob and woman Rhoda
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County Worcester
Date (written/recorded) 27 Jan 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract William Morris manumits Negro Isaac
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State Maryland
County Worcester
Liber: Folio Q:68
Date (written/recorded) 27 Jan 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract William Morris manumits Negro Isaac
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County Worcester
Date (written/recorded) 19 Jan 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract John Perkins, planter, lists Negro woman Phillis as being brought into Worcester County, Phillis as being brought into Worcester County. Phillis was a resident of Sussex County and belonged to Mrs. Barsheba Miller (the mother of John Perkin's wife)
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State Maryland
County Worcester
Liber: Folio Q:73
Date (written/recorded) 19 Jan 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract John Perkins, planter, lists Negro woman Phillis as being brought into Worcester County, Phillis as being brought into Worcester County. Phillis was a resident of Sussex County and belonged to Mrs. Barsheba Miller (the mother of John Perkin's wife)
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County Worcester
Date (written/recorded) 2 Feb 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Transport of Negro into the State: Solomon Perkins, planter, lists Negro girl Prissey as being brought into Worcester County. Prissey was a resident of Sussex County, but born in Worcester County and was the property of Amarias Robinson for the last 13 years until January last at which time Solomon removed the girl Prissey from Delaware. Prissey had been given by Amanias to James Perkins (minor son of the said Solomon)
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State Maryland
County Worcester
Liber: Folio Q:74
Date (written/recorded) 2 Feb 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Transport of Negro into the State: Solomon Perkins, planter, lists Negro girl Prissey as being brought into Worcester County. Prissey was a resident of Sussex County, but born in Worcester County and was the property of Amarias Robinson for the last 13 years until January last at which time Solomon removed the girl Prissey from Delaware. Prissey had been given by Amanias to James Perkins (minor son of the said Solomon)
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County Worcester
Date (written/recorded) 7 Feb 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract John Jones for and in consideration of 7 shillings paid by Southy Pitts, free Negro, sells Negro woman Rachel
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State Maryland
County Worcester
Liber: Folio Q:83
Date (written/recorded) 7 Feb 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract John Jones for and in consideration of 7 shillings paid by Southy Pitts, free Negro, sells Negro woman Rachel
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County Worcester
Date (written/recorded) 10 Feb 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Alexander McAllen vs. John Perkins. Deposition of Nancy Williams of lawful age. Nancy Williams states that she believes that in about 1790: that she, being in the company of John Perkins in Snow Hill, asked Perkins if he "had sent out to Carolina by John Martin for his money due there for a Negro. Said Perkins replied he did not know that Martin had received his order but that he had sent one down to him."
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State Maryland
County Worcester
Liber: Folio Q:95
Date (written/recorded) 10 Feb 1795
Grantor: Grantee
Abstract Alexander McAllen vs. John Perkins. Deposition of Nancy Williams of lawful age. Nancy Williams states that she believes that in about 1790: that she, being in the company of John Perkins in Snow Hill, asked Perkins if he "had sent out to Carolina by John Martin for his money due there for a Negro. Said Perkins replied he did not know that Martin had received his order but that he had sent one down to him."
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