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

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Record #34 from Somerset County Bond Book EB28, 1805-1815

County Somerset
Date no date (1809/10?)
Text Littleton Dennis and Thomas Beauchamp, per order of the orphans court, divided the negroes belonging to the estate of Isaiah Riggin, deceased amongst his several representatives: to Mr. Custis Jenkins in right of his wife who was the widow of the said Isaiah Riggin-Jenny and Benjamin; Edward Riggin-Joshua (man); Levin Riggin-Joshua (boy) and Sarah; James Riggin boys Ephraim and John: Skinner Riggin boy Abraham

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