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

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Record #9 from Somerset County Receipt Books (1808-1842)

Receipt Book EB 30
County Somerset
Receipt Date 28 May 1822
Receipt Abstract Robert J. H. King received of Henry S. Henry, late guardian all property of every description whatever and releases Henry S. Henry, Thomas King Carroll and George W. Jackson from any actions. Stepehn Junr, Leah, Sheppard, Susan, Henry,Thomas, Sazamd, Violet, Eva, Beck, Peter, Betty, William, Nancy, Harry, Sarah, Patty, Mary, Rachel, George, Hennym, Sarah, Pat, Nelson, Glasgo, Norris,Esther, Fender, Gatty, Hannah, Pamer, William, Mily, Lucy, George, Harry, Anna, Sucky, Nathan, Dennis, Sally, Emma, Eliza, Peter, Nancy, Benjamin, Abigail, Levin, Jacob, Levi, Romelus, Remus, Israel, Henry, Stephen, Isaiah, Amos, Black Leah, Hetty, Harriot, Martha, one large silver coffe pot, one large silver tancardm two sall silver tancards, one large cream pot. Multiple household items, livestock also listed along with 7000 pounds tobacco and Beverly Hall. Ratified 28 May 1822 by Robert J. H. King.

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