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

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Record #37 from Abstracts of Worcester Orphans Court Proceedings (Volumes 1-3), 1780-1832

County Worcester
Volume Number Volume 1:200
Book Number 4
Original Page Number LH3:82
Date of Court Session 26 June 1793
Enslaved or Free Slave
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of Parker Selby (of Philip), & of young negroes born of the negro woman belonging to estate, between widow & her two daughters, Nancy & Sally: 1) To Mary Selby, wife of John Selby, late widow of Parker Selby: 8 negroes; Jack, Port, Aberriller, Betty, Easter, young Betty, Nell & Bridget of old Bett 2) To Nancy Selby: 8 negroes; Jesse, Easther, Leah, Matthias, March, Charlotte, Nathan, Joshua 3) To Sally Selby: 10 negroes; Tamer, Lisha, Luke, John, Bridget, Pleasent, John (of Lisha), Philip, Starling, Major

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