Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History & Culture Enduring Connections: Exploring Delmarva's Black History

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Record #68 from Abstracts From the Land Records of Dorchester County, Maryland

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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