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

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Record #48 from Somerset County Bonds, 1827-1850

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Date 11 Jan 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:132-133
Name Referenced Samuel Tull (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of Samuel Tull, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To widow: negro man Jacob $240 value, negro man Nace $300, woman Nancy $5 , woman Sarah value $250. She to pay Samuel Tull $153.33 1/3 & to pay Mary F. Tull $1.66 2/3. To Betsy Tull: negro man George & she to pay Mary F. Tull $26. 2/3. To Caroline: negro man Sacker & to pay Juley A. Tull $26.66 2/3. To Henry Tull: negro boy George & she to pay Mary F. Tull $86. 66 2/3. To Juley A. Tull: negro girl Charlotte & to receive $63. 33 1/3 from Caroline Tull Junr. To Mary F. Tull: negro girl Harriott & to receive $23. 33 1/3 from Caroline Tull Junr. & & $86.66 2/3 from Henry Tull & $26.66 2/3 from Betsy Tull & from Mrs. Caroline Tull $1.66 2/3. To Samuel Tull: negro boy Isaac & from Mrs. Caroline Tull $153.33.

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