|Volume Number||Volume 1:282|
|Original Page Number||JBR:122|
|Date of Court Session||October 1799|
|Enslaved or Free||Slave|
|Abstract of Record||June 15, 1799, received of James Bacon, l. 18/9/4, my share of sale of negroes Able, Joseph & James, sold by virtue of award made by John S. Purnell & said Bacon, by virtue of order of Court to them & Samuel Handy; also, received L.18/19/4, for my brother Samuel Brittingham, one other representative of my father by virtue of my being his guardian. Signed: Isaac Brittingham Test.: John C. Bacon|
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