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

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Record #2 from Slave Jail Records (Maryland State Archives: Beneath the Underground database)

Claims Free
Committal Note 26 August 1842 Advertised
Committed As runaway
Committed By Ridgaway
County Baltimore
Date Admitted 11 August 1842
Date (Day) 11
Date (Month) August
Date (Year) 1842
Docket Number 684
County Fled From Worcester
State Fled From Maryland
Fugitive Name Allenday (Alinda)
Fugitive Surname Robins
First Name
Release by Order of T.O. Sollers Esq.
Release Date 6 October 1842
Details Committed As Sign: Quinn Notes: 6 October 1842 rec'd from the J. Disney the warden the body of Allenday Robins hired to Capt Mason for a term of years by R. M. Smith agent for her Master Mr. Hopkins signed Wm. Mason Source: MSA C 2064-2 BALTIMORE CITY AND COUNTY JAIL (Runaway Docket), 1836 - 18502/72/4/20 Source Volume: 1836-1850

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