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

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Record #16 from Somerset County Receipt Books (1808-1842)

Receipt Book EB 30
County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 Dec 1818
Receipt Abstract James Wilson, guardian to Levin and Arnold Waters, received of William Jones and George Handy, Jr., administrators of the estate of William G. Waters, negroes belonging to Levin Waters, son of W.G. Waters: Daniel, Leah, Ira, Littleton, Lizzy, Lydia, Martha, Francis and Leah and negroes belonging to Arnold Waters, son of W.G. Waters: Cambell, James, Severn, Israil, Elijah, Esther, Maria, Susan, Henry and John. test: Isaac M. Adams. 8 Feb 1820 by Geo. S. Handy, Reg.

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