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

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Record #97 from Abstracts From the Land Records of Dorchester County, Maryland

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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