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

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Record #90 from Somerset County Bonds, 1827-1850

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Date 4 Mar 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:251
Name Referenced William Tull (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of William Tull, deceased. Total value $1025. Distribution, names & values follow. To the widow: slave Vilet (value $200). To William H. Tull: slave Bob (value $250). To Martha Tull: slave Jemy (value $150). To Sally Tull: slave Ann (value $160). To Thomas J Tull: slave John (value $100). To John E. Tull: slave David (value $60). To Wesley S. Tull: slave George ($25). To Emily: slave Mary (value $80). To Eliza Tull: no slave. Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values received.

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