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

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Record #8 from Abstracts From the Land Records of Dorchester County, Maryland

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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