|Date||7 Mar 1818|
|Abstract: Type of Document (sale/manumission) and people; amount and other details||Manumission: Capriel Morris to Negro Price, et al. $364. Capriel Morris, free black man sets free his children (slaves): daughters Price, age 20 at 25 years of age; Charity, 12 at 16 years; and sons William, 8 at 25 years; and Capriel 5 at 25 years and grandchildren (slaves) Causman, a male, 16 at 25 years, Hulda, 4 and Gertrude, 3, at 16 years.|
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