|Volume Number||Volume 1:197|
|Original Page Number||LH3: 61|
|Date of Court Session||October 1793|
|Enslaved or Free||Slave|
|Abstract of Record||William Lane, in his will, directed that if a bond due from Levin Carey should not be suffiicient to support his sister Rachel Mills, then she should be supported from his estate; ordered that Sarah Lane, exe. of William, be allowed L. 20 per annum for three years to support Rachel Mills & two infirm negroes, set free before his death|
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