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

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Record #49 from Somerset County Receipt Books (1808-1842)

Receipt Book JP 10
County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 Oct 1829
Receipt Abstract Samuel Williams of Wm. Guardian, received from Miss Hannah Hearn, executor of William Hearn, $1012.42 with interest from 2 August 1828 in full of the amount awarded to Mary A. Johnson and Purnell Johnson, children of William P. Johnson, by Handy H. Irving, William W. Handy andJohn Rider, from the estate of said William Hearn. Received also two negroes named Henry and George. Test: H.H. Irving: Elijah C. Johnson, J.P.

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