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

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Record #43 from Somerset County Bond Book EB28, 1805-1815

County Somerset
Date 3 Sep 1811
Text By appointment of the orphans court at August term last, William Roach and Benjamin Conner divided the negroes belonging to the estate of John Horsey, deceased. Allotted to Prisce Horsey, widow of the deceased: Joe, Frederick, James Horsey, George, Levin, Slow, Cate, Rhoda, Priss, Rachel, Easter, Lottle Sall, Milley, Sarah; to Samuel Smith Horsey: James, Messer, Andrew, John, Tamer, Sall, Vilet, Sib, Nell, Mary; to John C. HOrsey, Robert Swan guardian: Nace, Josiah, Bob, Davy, Ann, Lucy, Zilpha, Rose, Patt, Will; to William Hopewell Horsey: Isaac, Peter, Prince, Adam, Sniner, Leah, Betty, Low hill, Maria.

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