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

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Record #98 from Abstracts of Maryland County Land Records, 1769-1803

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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