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

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Record #451 from Apprenticeships from the Somerset County Register of Wills (Indentures), 1864-1867

County Somerset
PDF page 258
Page # in Liber JJD No. 6 226
Justice of the Peace J B Stevenson
Child (Apprentice) girl Hetty
Child of Ann Handy
Raised by Hannah Handy
Awarded $15 for raising child
White person to whom apprenticed (master) Sharlott Handy
Date of Apprenticeship Paper 9 Nov 1864
Age 10
Date of Attaining Said Age 1 Oct 1864
Age to Serve Until 18
Trade to Learn housegirl
Receive at the end of the Apprenticeship 2 suits apparel & $10
Date of Final Papers 4 Jul 1865
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