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

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Record #44 from Somerset County Bond Book EB28, 1805-1815

County Somerset
Date no date (1811/1812)
Text William Stone and William Handy were chosen by Mrs. Mary Polk and James Polk to divide the negroes of Wiliam Polk, Esq., deceased. To Mrs. Polk: Yellow Harry, George Nutter, Thomas, Old Harry, Leah, Sr., Alce, Comfort, Amy, Mattilda, Isaac; for James Polk: Nero, Leah and child Mary, Linder, Jacob, Charlotte, Milcah, Hannah; for Anne F. Polk: Fredick, Henry, Esther, Ary.

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