|County/Election District||Somerset, 1st|
|Tax Ledger Page||57|
|Tax Years 1823-1829 Property Debits||1823 1827 1829|
|Abstract||1823 Jessey 70 y inf $100, Spencer 30 y $120, Ben 25 y $120, Stephen 23 y $120, Jerry 12 y $40, John 10 y $40, Lizzy 20 y $80, Mary 21 y $80, Sarah 7 y $35, Jane 5 y $25 1827 William Kelly's heirs for slave Amelia $80, Hetty $5 1827 James T. Nelson's heirs for slave Richard $40 William Bounds for slave Davy infirm $60 1829 James Bounds for Joe $120|
|Tax years & Items subtracted (credits) from assessments in other years (due to sales, deaths, extraditions to other areas, etc.)||1827: slave Mary $80 exported 1829: James Bounds for Stephen|
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