|Volume Number||Volume 1:122|
|Original Page Number||JW19:473|
|Date of Court Session||October 1788|
|Enslaved or Free||Slave|
|Abstract of Record||Philip Quinton & Joshua Townsend divide negroes from estate of William Whittington between Capt. William Handy, as claimant for widow, & John Rousby Whittington, as follows: To Capt. Wm. Handy (thirds): Jack (70), Charles (dead), Nanna, Esther, George, Pegg, Jesse: to John R. Whittington (two thirds), Old Rose, Patience, Nell, Adam, James Jun., Harculas, Priss, Rose jun., Old Rachel, Isaac, Leah, James (shoemaker), Gimia; we find John Rousby Whittington indebeted to William Handy for L 12/6/8; June term, 1789, isaac to be deducted, as he is dead.|
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