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Date 23 May 1805
Text Henry Miles and Thomas Tull, apparaisers report on lands of Thomas Walston, orphan in care of Peggy Walston, guardian. There is 2/3rd of negro woman Cloe belonging to said orphan and proper to be leased with said land. The land in the woods is 85 acres and there are one framed two story dwelling house 18 feet sq. in good repair, one hewed pine log house covered wit h pine pland one story high 16 x 14 feet in good repair, one sawed log kitchen one story high 17 feet by 15 ft 6 inches in good repair, one round pine log stable 14 feet by 9 feet in very bad repair, one old sawed log meat house 8 feet sq. in very bad repair, one framed milk house 5 by 4 feet in midling good repair, one apple orchard of 31 living trees very indifferent, one paled garden 50 ft sq. in bad repair, two fields enclosed in midling repair. Estimate of value of land and houses and 2/3's negro for one year is 14 pounds current money.
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Date 23 May 1805
Text Henry Miles and Thomas Tull, apparaisers report on lands of Thomas Walston, orphan in care of Peggy Walston, guardian. There is 2/3rd of negro woman Cloe belonging to said orphan and proper to be leased with said land. The land in the woods is 85 acres and there are one framed two story dwelling house 18 feet sq. in good repair, one hewed pine log house covered wit h pine pland one story high 16 x 14 feet in good repair, one sawed log kitchen one story high 17 feet by 15 ft 6 inches in good repair, one round pine log stable 14 feet by 9 feet in very bad repair, one old sawed log meat house 8 feet sq. in very bad repair, one framed milk house 5 by 4 feet in midling good repair, one apple orchard of 31 living trees very indifferent, one paled garden 50 ft sq. in bad repair, two fields enclosed in midling repair. Estimate of value of land and houses and 2/3's negro for one year is 14 pounds current money.
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Date 23 June Term 1805
Text Orphans Court appoints James Wilson and John Stewart appraisers to report on real estate of Charlotte Washington King and Robert Jenkins Henry King, orphans, in the care of Esther W. Winder, their guardian. 3 Aug 1805 appraisers report that the following negroes belong to said orphans to be leased with said lands: Ben, Sharper, Shadrach, Littleton, Elisha, Robin, Simon, Glasgo, Littleton, Denwood, Nelson, John, Stephen, Kiah, Jesse, Eli, Handy, Hamilton, Stephen, Beck, Tamer, Milley, Esther, Ben, Leah, Nancy, Casa, Lizey, Eve, Caleb, Nancy, Ebby, Betty, Nancy, Sarah, Milcha, Patt, Michael, Lucy, Mary, Israel, Stephen, Leah, Isaiah, Hetty, Henry, Jacob, Amos, Levin, Pacy, Abigail, Sabra, Lib, Sall, Zipporah, George, Lambert, Finder, Moses, Milvin, Patience, Juda, the annual value of which is 234 pounds. There is at Princess Anne at 2 story frame house 30 ft by 20 ft called the new store in good repair, annual value 30 pounds; at Princess Anne one other store shouse 30 by 20 feet in indifferent repair, 1 granary 42 by 20 feet, one dwelling house now occupied by Mrs. Denwood 16 by 16 feet, 1 kitchen 16 by 16 feet, 13 pannels of pailes all bad repair, annual value 12 pounds 10 shillings; at Princess Anne one dwelling house now occupied by Mrs. Cowan 24 by 18 feet, 1 side shed 8, one wing 20 by 15 feet in indifferent repair, annual value 30 pounds. On the north side of the Branch Plantation 1 dwelling house 20 by 16 feet with one side and end shed in indifferent repair, 1 old kitchen very bad, one smoak house bad, 1 lumber house bad, 1 milk house indifferent repair, 1 olf Quarter bad, 1 barn 32 by 20 feet, 1 side shed good, 1 side shed 32 by 20 feet, 2 side sheds good, 1 old born house, 12,000 panel fence 6 logs 1650 pannells 8 logs to the pannel, 140 apple trees annual value 140 pounds, 1/3 to be cultivated in Indian corn annually. That there is on the south side of the Branch 1 new dwelling house not compleated, one negro house 16 by 16 feet, 1 negro house 16 by 16 feet very bad, 1 old born house, 1 old barn 2400 pannels fence 7 logs to the pannel, 150 apple trees to be cultivated in Indian corn annually, value 75 pounds. There is on the old dwelling place 1 brick dwelling house in indifferent repair, 1 kitchen bad, 1 lumber house bad, 1 large quarter good, one large bard good, 12 pannels railing around the graveyard 213 pannels fence 7 logs to the pannel, 300 apple trees, 500 peach trees, value 37 pounds 10 shillings. There is on the place Your Roach lives 1 old house very indifferent & 350 pannels fence, annual value 7 pounds 10 shillings and it is our opinion that none of the Tobacco Lotts should be cultivated in Indian corn. Total annual value of lands aforesaid, including negroes to be 616 poiuns 10 shillings.
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Date 23 June Term 1805
Text Orphans Court appoints James Wilson and John Stewart appraisers to report on real estate of Charlotte Washington King and Robert Jenkins Henry King, orphans, in the care of Esther W. Winder, their guardian. 3 Aug 1805 appraisers report that the following negroes belong to said orphans to be leased with said lands: Ben, Sharper, Shadrach, Littleton, Elisha, Robin, Simon, Glasgo, Littleton, Denwood, Nelson, John, Stephen, Kiah, Jesse, Eli, Handy, Hamilton, Stephen, Beck, Tamer, Milley, Esther, Ben, Leah, Nancy, Casa, Lizey, Eve, Caleb, Nancy, Ebby, Betty, Nancy, Sarah, Milcha, Patt, Michael, Lucy, Mary, Israel, Stephen, Leah, Isaiah, Hetty, Henry, Jacob, Amos, Levin, Pacy, Abigail, Sabra, Lib, Sall, Zipporah, George, Lambert, Finder, Moses, Milvin, Patience, Juda, the annual value of which is 234 pounds. There is at Princess Anne at 2 story frame house 30 ft by 20 ft called the new store in good repair, annual value 30 pounds; at Princess Anne one other store shouse 30 by 20 feet in indifferent repair, 1 granary 42 by 20 feet, one dwelling house now occupied by Mrs. Denwood 16 by 16 feet, 1 kitchen 16 by 16 feet, 13 pannels of pailes all bad repair, annual value 12 pounds 10 shillings; at Princess Anne one dwelling house now occupied by Mrs. Cowan 24 by 18 feet, 1 side shed 8, one wing 20 by 15 feet in indifferent repair, annual value 30 pounds. On the north side of the Branch Plantation 1 dwelling house 20 by 16 feet with one side and end shed in indifferent repair, 1 old kitchen very bad, one smoak house bad, 1 lumber house bad, 1 milk house indifferent repair, 1 olf Quarter bad, 1 barn 32 by 20 feet, 1 side shed good, 1 side shed 32 by 20 feet, 2 side sheds good, 1 old born house, 12,000 panel fence 6 logs 1650 pannells 8 logs to the pannel, 140 apple trees annual value 140 pounds, 1/3 to be cultivated in Indian corn annually. That there is on the south side of the Branch 1 new dwelling house not compleated, one negro house 16 by 16 feet, 1 negro house 16 by 16 feet very bad, 1 old born house, 1 old barn 2400 pannels fence 7 logs to the pannel, 150 apple trees to be cultivated in Indian corn annually, value 75 pounds. There is on the old dwelling place 1 brick dwelling house in indifferent repair, 1 kitchen bad, 1 lumber house bad, 1 large quarter good, one large bard good, 12 pannels railing around the graveyard 213 pannels fence 7 logs to the pannel, 300 apple trees, 500 peach trees, value 37 pounds 10 shillings. There is on the place Your Roach lives 1 old house very indifferent & 350 pannels fence, annual value 7 pounds 10 shillings and it is our opinion that none of the Tobacco Lotts should be cultivated in Indian corn. Total annual value of lands aforesaid, including negroes to be 616 poiuns 10 shillings.
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Date August Term 1804
Text Orphans Court appoints John Jones (of Benjamin) and John McClester, appraisers to view and report on the real estate of George Jones, orphan, in care of Robert Jones his guardian. 13 Dec 1804 appraisers report that there is 33 acres of land, about 3 acres of which is cleared, the rest in woods and that there are 5 negroes, Caleb, Abraham,Philip, Sarh and Matilda, the annual value of the land to be $10 and slave to be $108. There is one house 16 by 14 feet much out of repair and 200 pannels of fence but indifferent.
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Date August Term 1804
Text Orphans Court appoints John Jones (of Benjamin) and John McClester, appraisers to view and report on the real estate of George Jones, orphan, in care of Robert Jones his guardian. 13 Dec 1804 appraisers report that there is 33 acres of land, about 3 acres of which is cleared, the rest in woods and that there are 5 negroes, Caleb, Abraham,Philip, Sarh and Matilda, the annual value of the land to be $10 and slave to be $108. There is one house 16 by 14 feet much out of repair and 200 pannels of fence but indifferent.
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Date Dec Term 1805
Text Orphans Court appoints John Dashiell Sr. and Levin Jones Sr. appraisers to view and report on the real estte of James Jones, orphan, in the care of George Jones (of Robt), his guardian. 10 Feb 1806 apparisers report that from information from the guardian there is neither workbeasts, farming utensils or stock of any kind on the plantation belonging to the orphan; there is one old dwelling house 45 feet by 16 with a stack of brick chimneys not worth repairing, one other dwelling house 22 by 18 a brick gable end with an addition of 10 feet added to the other end, in tolerbly good repair, one old kitchet 18 by 18 with a brick gable end good for nothing, one old Quarter 24 by 16 with an inside chimney of brick, run up since the last valuation, one milk house of pine frame and cover in tolerable good repair, one good corn house 18 by 7 feet, one old smoak house, two milk houses, one old lumber house 20 by 20, one other old house good for nothing, a small garden, 175 old apple trees, many of them on the decline 31 young apple trees, 160 old peach trees on the decline and 70 young peach trees, 9 cherry trees and one pare tree and that the enclosure are in as good repair as can be expected from the scarcety of timber belonging to the plantation. It is further reported that negroes owned are Rose, aged 65 year, Nicey, aged 26, Hannah age 5 Spencer 6 months, Ephraim 38 years, Leah 9 years and 25 or 30 acres of woodland.
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Date Dec Term 1805
Text Orphans Court appoints John Dashiell Sr. and Levin Jones Sr. appraisers to view and report on the real estte of James Jones, orphan, in the care of George Jones (of Robt), his guardian. 10 Feb 1806 apparisers report that from information from the guardian there is neither workbeasts, farming utensils or stock of any kind on the plantation belonging to the orphan; there is one old dwelling house 45 feet by 16 with a stack of brick chimneys not worth repairing, one other dwelling house 22 by 18 a brick gable end with an addition of 10 feet added to the other end, in tolerbly good repair, one old kitchet 18 by 18 with a brick gable end good for nothing, one old Quarter 24 by 16 with an inside chimney of brick, run up since the last valuation, one milk house of pine frame and cover in tolerable good repair, one good corn house 18 by 7 feet, one old smoak house, two milk houses, one old lumber house 20 by 20, one other old house good for nothing, a small garden, 175 old apple trees, many of them on the decline 31 young apple trees, 160 old peach trees on the decline and 70 young peach trees, 9 cherry trees and one pare tree and that the enclosure are in as good repair as can be expected from the scarcety of timber belonging to the plantation. It is further reported that negroes owned are Rose, aged 65 year, Nicey, aged 26, Hannah age 5 Spencer 6 months, Ephraim 38 years, Leah 9 years and 25 or 30 acres of woodland.
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Date Dec Term 1805
Text Orphans Court appoints John Landreth and Thomas Pollitt appraisers to report on the real estate of Henrietta Dams, orphan in the care of John Morris, her guardian. 28 Jan 1806. Appraisers report that there is one negro man named Joseph and a negro woman named Milly with three children belonging to the orphan and proper to be leased with the land; a dwelling house with two rooms and a corn house quarter or kitchen and a smoak house, a very indiffererent apple orchard, 120 acres of cleared land and 100 acres of woodland, annual value, including slaves to be L27.10.
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Date Dec Term 1805
Text Orphans Court appoints John Landreth and Thomas Pollitt appraisers to report on the real estate of Henrietta Dams, orphan in the care of John Morris, her guardian. 28 Jan 1806. Appraisers report that there is one negro man named Joseph and a negro woman named Milly with three children belonging to the orphan and proper to be leased with the land; a dwelling house with two rooms and a corn house quarter or kitchen and a smoak house, a very indiffererent apple orchard, 120 acres of cleared land and 100 acres of woodland, annual value, including slaves to be L27.10.
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Date April Term 1805
Text Orphans Court appointed Robert Jones, Sr. and John Jones appraisers to view and report on the real estate of Peggy White, Eliza Ann White & Maria White, orphans in the care of Nancy White their guardian. Wit: Charle Jones. 30 Nov 1805 appraisers report that there are 2/3s of two negroes Elice and Violet belonging to the said orphans, valued at L14 and on the said lands one dwelling house 25 by 20 with two rooms and two brick chimneys covered and weatherboarded with pine plank in sorry repair, one old kitchen very sorry, one old milk house sorry, one logd meat house 14 by 12 covered with shingles i ngood repair one logd barn 20 by 16 covered with shingles with a small shed at the end in good repair, two small logged cornhouses in sorry repair, one hen house sorry, one small garden sorry, 130 very small apple trees, 54 old apple tres, 400 peach tres, a few small cherry trees and quince, a few plum trees, 250 pannels of good fence, 1000 pannels sorry fence, 150 acres of land in which 2/3 to be assessed to the said orphans. There is about 70 acres of said land in cultivation, about 55 acres in woods and about 40 acres inmarsh, the estimated value of said lands to be L20 per year.
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Date April Term 1805
Text Orphans Court appointed Robert Jones, Sr. and John Jones appraisers to view and report on the real estate of Peggy White, Eliza Ann White & Maria White, orphans in the care of Nancy White their guardian. Wit: Charle Jones. 30 Nov 1805 appraisers report that there are 2/3s of two negroes Elice and Violet belonging to the said orphans, valued at L14 and on the said lands one dwelling house 25 by 20 with two rooms and two brick chimneys covered and weatherboarded with pine plank in sorry repair, one old kitchen very sorry, one old milk house sorry, one logd meat house 14 by 12 covered with shingles i ngood repair one logd barn 20 by 16 covered with shingles with a small shed at the end in good repair, two small logged cornhouses in sorry repair, one hen house sorry, one small garden sorry, 130 very small apple trees, 54 old apple tres, 400 peach tres, a few small cherry trees and quince, a few plum trees, 250 pannels of good fence, 1000 pannels sorry fence, 150 acres of land in which 2/3 to be assessed to the said orphans. There is about 70 acres of said land in cultivation, about 55 acres in woods and about 40 acres inmarsh, the estimated value of said lands to be L20 per year.
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Date Feb Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed John Stewart and William Wallers appraisers to report on the real estate of Elizabeth (Betsy) Bell, orphan in the care of Doct. John King, her guardian. 19 Mar 1806 appraisers report that there are slaves Bob, Issac, Henry, Lizey, Rachel, one small stable, 1000 pannels fence 10 logs to the pannel, 770 pannels with 8 logs to the pannel, 140 apple trees, 140 young peach trees and 50 old peach trees. The proportion of said lands in woods is 50 acres and annual value, including negroes is L85.
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Date Feb Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed John Stewart and William Wallers appraisers to report on the real estate of Elizabeth (Betsy) Bell, orphan in the care of Doct. John King, her guardian. 19 Mar 1806 appraisers report that there are slaves Bob, Issac, Henry, Lizey, Rachel, one small stable, 1000 pannels fence 10 logs to the pannel, 770 pannels with 8 logs to the pannel, 140 apple trees, 140 young peach trees and 50 old peach trees. The proportion of said lands in woods is 50 acres and annual value, including negroes is L85.
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Date Feb Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed William Curtis and William H. Waters to report on the real estate of Julian Lister, orphan in the care of Samuel Heath, her guardian. 4 Mar 1806 appraisers report four negroes Isaac, Ishmael, Ned and one crippled woman, one dwelling house 18 by 16 of sawd logs with one plank floar covered with plank and a clay chimney in good repair, one round log kitchen covered with plank, clay chimney in midling repair, 2 corn houses round logs covered with plank in bad repair, 82 apple trees, one lott of ground about 10,000 corn hills not under any fence, one lott 12,000 corn hills enclosed with a fence 7 good rails to each pannell, one lott about 20,000 corn hills enclosed with fence of 7 good rails to each pannell, one lott about 20,000 corn hills enclosed with fence of 7 good rails to the pannell, one lott about 40,000 corn hills enclosed with a fence of 8 good rails to each pannell. Said lands in woods is about 1/4 in estimation and value of the land, including slaves $142.10.
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Date Feb Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed William Curtis and William H. Waters to report on the real estate of Julian Lister, orphan in the care of Samuel Heath, her guardian. 4 Mar 1806 appraisers report four negroes Isaac, Ishmael, Ned and one crippled woman, one dwelling house 18 by 16 of sawd logs with one plank floar covered with plank and a clay chimney in good repair, one round log kitchen covered with plank, clay chimney in midling repair, 2 corn houses round logs covered with plank in bad repair, 82 apple trees, one lott of ground about 10,000 corn hills not under any fence, one lott 12,000 corn hills enclosed with a fence 7 good rails to each pannell, one lott about 20,000 corn hills enclosed with fence of 7 good rails to each pannell, one lott about 20,000 corn hills enclosed with fence of 7 good rails to the pannell, one lott about 40,000 corn hills enclosed with a fence of 8 good rails to each pannell. Said lands in woods is about 1/4 in estimation and value of the land, including slaves $142.10.
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Date 16 May 1806
Text Nancy Collins bound her son William, being 10 years old last October, as apprentice to free George, to learn the trade of a cypress cooper.
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Date 16 May 1806
Text Nancy Collins bound her son William, being 10 years old last October, as apprentice to free George, to learn the trade of a cypress cooper.
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Date April Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed Jacob Morris, Sr. and Kirk Gunby appraisers to report on the real estate of Joshua Hayman, orphan in the care of Rebecca Hayman, his guardian. 21 April 1806 appraisers report there is 249 3/4 acres, 149 3/4 in woods, slaves Samuel age 16, Rachel 14, and Stephen 10, one dwelling house 24 by 16 in bad repair, kitchen 20 by 18 in bad repair, one meat house 12 by 12 in good repair, one old milk house 8 by 6 and one corn crib, one old stable, one out house, one small garden in bad repair, 234 apple trees, 1057 pannels of fence, the annual value of all being L31.
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Date April Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed Jacob Morris, Sr. and Kirk Gunby appraisers to report on the real estate of Joshua Hayman, orphan in the care of Rebecca Hayman, his guardian. 21 April 1806 appraisers report there is 249 3/4 acres, 149 3/4 in woods, slaves Samuel age 16, Rachel 14, and Stephen 10, one dwelling house 24 by 16 in bad repair, kitchen 20 by 18 in bad repair, one meat house 12 by 12 in good repair, one old milk house 8 by 6 and one corn crib, one old stable, one out house, one small garden in bad repair, 234 apple trees, 1057 pannels of fence, the annual value of all being L31.
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Date Feb Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed BEnjamin Wailes and Shiles Crocket appraisers to report on the real estate of Sally and Nelly Stayton, orphans in the care of Philip Storks, their guardian. 22 Feb 1806 appraisers report there is 25 acre of land in woods and about as much in cleared land, with one dwelling house the old part 16 by 18 with two 12 light windows and 2 four light windows, all with glass and an addition build to the same of 26 by 24 with 15 twelve light windows, all glassed but one that has only a few broken pains of glass in it, the house only one story high, one cook house, one story framed 18 by 17, one 12 light window and only 6 pains of glass in it, one old meat house, one round pole stable 16 by 16, one old shed 16 by 8, 31 apple trees, 7 peach trees, 3 pare trees, one palde garden, one clover lott 68 by 78, negroes Minda 44, Abagal 18 with child, annual value of all L30.
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Date Feb Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed BEnjamin Wailes and Shiles Crocket appraisers to report on the real estate of Sally and Nelly Stayton, orphans in the care of Philip Storks, their guardian. 22 Feb 1806 appraisers report there is 25 acre of land in woods and about as much in cleared land, with one dwelling house the old part 16 by 18 with two 12 light windows and 2 four light windows, all with glass and an addition build to the same of 26 by 24 with 15 twelve light windows, all glassed but one that has only a few broken pains of glass in it, the house only one story high, one cook house, one story framed 18 by 17, one 12 light window and only 6 pains of glass in it, one old meat house, one round pole stable 16 by 16, one old shed 16 by 8, 31 apple trees, 7 peach trees, 3 pare trees, one palde garden, one clover lott 68 by 78, negroes Minda 44, Abagal 18 with child, annual value of all L30.
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Date Feb Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed George James and James Anderson, appraisers to report on the real estate of Elizabeth Carey, orphan in the care of Luezar Denwood, guardian. 3 May 1806 appraisers report one negro Fann (deformed by having her foot burnt), half a dwelling hosue, smoke house, kitchen, born house, old and all in bad repair, 40 acres of woodland badly timbered and 58 acres of cleared land, 10 acres of marsh, about 50 bearing apple trees, annual value of the whole $30.
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Date Feb Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed George James and James Anderson, appraisers to report on the real estate of Elizabeth Carey, orphan in the care of Luezar Denwood, guardian. 3 May 1806 appraisers report one negro Fann (deformed by having her foot burnt), half a dwelling hosue, smoke house, kitchen, born house, old and all in bad repair, 40 acres of woodland badly timbered and 58 acres of cleared land, 10 acres of marsh, about 50 bearing apple trees, annual value of the whole $30.
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Date 3 May 1806
Text Levi Porter received from John Nelson, his late guardian all lands, mills, negroes and estate. Test: Cyrus Nelson
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Date 3 May 1806
Text Levi Porter received from John Nelson, his late guardian all lands, mills, negroes and estate. Test: Cyrus Nelson
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Date Aug Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed Andrew Adams and John Landreth as appraisers to view and report on the real estate of Littleton Bayly, Stephen Bayley, Obed Bayley and Polly Bayley, orphans in the care of Thomas Fooks, their guardian. 14 Aug 1806 appraisers report there is a negro Dover, age 58 or 60, George 25, Nelly aged 21, and two young children, one dwelling house 20 by 16 covered with clap boards with two brick chimneys, one old kitchen 15 feet square, one smoke house of round logs 8 feet square, one old barn round logs or poles 20 by 15, one milk house, one born house, 40 acres woodland and 80 acres under cultivation, 110 apple trees and 196 peach trees, the value of all L22.10.
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Date Aug Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed Andrew Adams and John Landreth as appraisers to view and report on the real estate of Littleton Bayly, Stephen Bayley, Obed Bayley and Polly Bayley, orphans in the care of Thomas Fooks, their guardian. 14 Aug 1806 appraisers report there is a negro Dover, age 58 or 60, George 25, Nelly aged 21, and two young children, one dwelling house 20 by 16 covered with clap boards with two brick chimneys, one old kitchen 15 feet square, one smoke house of round logs 8 feet square, one old barn round logs or poles 20 by 15, one milk house, one born house, 40 acres woodland and 80 acres under cultivation, 110 apple trees and 196 peach trees, the value of all L22.10.
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Date June Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed John Stewart and Wm Tilghman appraisers to report on the real estate of Sarah B. Cottman, Joseph Cottman and Wm Cottman, orphas in the care of Esther Cottman, their guardian. 24 Feb 1807 appraisers report slaves Joseph, Levin, Peter, Clem, Huet, Bridget, Aron, Bable, Nutter, Littleton, Dick, Jane, Isaac, Mingo, Gted, Liddy, Rose, Jack, Flora, Charles, Nance, George, Meshack, Simon, Mariah, Shadrick, Sampson, Hannah & Hary. There is on Wicomoco Creek, one dwelling hosue in complete order and full glazed, one new kitchen, new colonade, new milk house, new smoke house, and one good barn, one old dwelling house, one log stable, 1 granary, 1 corn house, 1800 pannels good fence, 1440 pannels indifferent fence, 3200 young peach trees, 90 apple trees, 700 apple trees, 150 acres of woodland and the 2/3rds valuation thereof to be $200. There is on the Pocomoke lands 1250 pannels fence 7 logs to the pannel, 60 old apple trees, 16 pannels pails, 1 old house very sorry, 1 sawed log'd quarter, 1 old barn, 2 born houses, annual valuation is L20, the ditching to be kept up at the expense of the guardian.
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Date June Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed John Stewart and Wm Tilghman appraisers to report on the real estate of Sarah B. Cottman, Joseph Cottman and Wm Cottman, orphas in the care of Esther Cottman, their guardian. 24 Feb 1807 appraisers report slaves Joseph, Levin, Peter, Clem, Huet, Bridget, Aron, Bable, Nutter, Littleton, Dick, Jane, Isaac, Mingo, Gted, Liddy, Rose, Jack, Flora, Charles, Nance, George, Meshack, Simon, Mariah, Shadrick, Sampson, Hannah & Hary. There is on Wicomoco Creek, one dwelling hosue in complete order and full glazed, one new kitchen, new colonade, new milk house, new smoke house, and one good barn, one old dwelling house, one log stable, 1 granary, 1 corn house, 1800 pannels good fence, 1440 pannels indifferent fence, 3200 young peach trees, 90 apple trees, 700 apple trees, 150 acres of woodland and the 2/3rds valuation thereof to be $200. There is on the Pocomoke lands 1250 pannels fence 7 logs to the pannel, 60 old apple trees, 16 pannels pails, 1 old house very sorry, 1 sawed log'd quarter, 1 old barn, 2 born houses, annual valuation is L20, the ditching to be kept up at the expense of the guardian.
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Date Dec Term 1806
Text John Stewart and Tubman Lowes are appointed to make division of the personal estate of William Cottman, deceased, between the widow and children of said deceased. The childrens' part (negroes listed above), Mrs. Cottmans part: Daniel, Caleb, Philip, Harry, Eve, Nancy, Eben, Levin, Jr., James, Henny, Patience, Jadob, Natahn, Esther, Lott, Arthur. The aforegoing division made 3 Jan 1807.
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Date Dec Term 1806
Text John Stewart and Tubman Lowes are appointed to make division of the personal estate of William Cottman, deceased, between the widow and children of said deceased. The childrens' part (negroes listed above), Mrs. Cottmans part: Daniel, Caleb, Philip, Harry, Eve, Nancy, Eben, Levin, Jr., James, Henny, Patience, Jadob, Natahn, Esther, Lott, Arthur. The aforegoing division made 3 Jan 1807.
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Date Aug Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed John Stewart and James Wilson appraisers to report on the real estate of Charlotte W. King and Robert J.H. King, orphans in the care of William Polk, Esq. 10 Feb 1807 appraisers report slaves: Ben, Shadrick, Littleton, Robin Glasgow, Denwood, John, Kiah, Eli, Hamilton, Beck, Milly, Ben, Nancy, Luizey, Caleb, Ebby, Nancy, Milcha, Michael, Sam, Mary, Leah, Hetty, Jacob, Levin, Abigail, Sib, Zipporah, Lambert, Moses, Melvin, Patience, Juda, Isaac, Louisea, Levin, Charlotte, belonging to Charlotte W. King. Slave belonging to Robert J.H. King: Sharper, Sarah, Patt, Lucy, George, Israel, Stephen 3d, Isaish, Henry 1st, Amos, Pacy, Sall, George, Fender, Good, Henry 2d. There is on the north side of the Branch Plantationone dwelling house 20 by 16 with one side and end shed in good repair, 1 old kitchen, 1 smoke house, 1 milk house, 1 quarter, 1 bar 32 by 20 feet, 4 side sheds, 2 corn houses, 1 new pailed garden, 6000 pannels fence 8 logs, 140 apple trees, 1/3 of the cultivated land to be annually in Indian corn. On the South side of the Branch place 1 new dwelling house not yet finished, 2 old negro houses, 1 old corn house, 1 new corn hosue, 1 bar, 2400 pannels fence, 150 apple trees, 1/3 to cultivated annually in Indian corn. There is on MItchell's place 1 dwelling house 16 by 16 feed bad repair, 1 old house, 1 old bar 32 by 20 feet, 1600 pannels fence 7 logs to the pannel, 130 apple trees, 1/3 to be cultivated annually in Indian corn. There is on the old dwelling place 1 brick dwelling house in indifferent repair, 1 kitchen bad, 1 larger Quarter good, 1 large barn good, 12 pannels railing round the grave yard, 2130 pannels fence 7 logs to thepannel, 300 apple trees, 500 peach trees. There is on the place where York Roach lives 1 old house very sorry, 350 pannels fence. None of the Tobacco Lott should be cultivated in Indian corn; annual value of the place on the Devil's Island is L3. At Princess Anne there is a two story frame house 30 by 20 feet called the new store in good repair and one other store house 30 by 20 feet in indifferent repair; at Princess Anne there is one small dwelling house 16 by 16 feet, 1 kitchen 16 by 16 feet, 13 pannells of pails; at Princess Anne 1 dwelling house now occupied by Mrs. Cowan 24 feet by 18, one side shed, one wing 20 by 15 feet. Annual value of the lands and lotts, including negroes is L609.17.6. [In a separate listing, it mentions Campbells Lott, Red Store, James Taylors,James Furniss Place.]
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Date Aug Term 1806
Text Orphans Court appointed John Stewart and James Wilson appraisers to report on the real estate of Charlotte W. King and Robert J.H. King, orphans in the care of William Polk, Esq. 10 Feb 1807 appraisers report slaves: Ben, Shadrick, Littleton, Robin Glasgow, Denwood, John, Kiah, Eli, Hamilton, Beck, Milly, Ben, Nancy, Luizey, Caleb, Ebby, Nancy, Milcha, Michael, Sam, Mary, Leah, Hetty, Jacob, Levin, Abigail, Sib, Zipporah, Lambert, Moses, Melvin, Patience, Juda, Isaac, Louisea, Levin, Charlotte, belonging to Charlotte W. King. Slave belonging to Robert J.H. King: Sharper, Sarah, Patt, Lucy, George, Israel, Stephen 3d, Isaish, Henry 1st, Amos, Pacy, Sall, George, Fender, Good, Henry 2d. There is on the north side of the Branch Plantationone dwelling house 20 by 16 with one side and end shed in good repair, 1 old kitchen, 1 smoke house, 1 milk house, 1 quarter, 1 bar 32 by 20 feet, 4 side sheds, 2 corn houses, 1 new pailed garden, 6000 pannels fence 8 logs, 140 apple trees, 1/3 of the cultivated land to be annually in Indian corn. On the South side of the Branch place 1 new dwelling house not yet finished, 2 old negro houses, 1 old corn house, 1 new corn hosue, 1 bar, 2400 pannels fence, 150 apple trees, 1/3 to cultivated annually in Indian corn. There is on MItchell's place 1 dwelling house 16 by 16 feed bad repair, 1 old house, 1 old bar 32 by 20 feet, 1600 pannels fence 7 logs to the pannel, 130 apple trees, 1/3 to be cultivated annually in Indian corn. There is on the old dwelling place 1 brick dwelling house in indifferent repair, 1 kitchen bad, 1 larger Quarter good, 1 large barn good, 12 pannels railing round the grave yard, 2130 pannels fence 7 logs to thepannel, 300 apple trees, 500 peach trees. There is on the place where York Roach lives 1 old house very sorry, 350 pannels fence. None of the Tobacco Lott should be cultivated in Indian corn; annual value of the place on the Devil's Island is L3. At Princess Anne there is a two story frame house 30 by 20 feet called the new store in good repair and one other store house 30 by 20 feet in indifferent repair; at Princess Anne there is one small dwelling house 16 by 16 feet, 1 kitchen 16 by 16 feet, 13 pannells of pails; at Princess Anne 1 dwelling house now occupied by Mrs. Cowan 24 feet by 18, one side shed, one wing 20 by 15 feet. Annual value of the lands and lotts, including negroes is L609.17.6. [In a separate listing, it mentions Campbells Lott, Red Store, James Taylors,James Furniss Place.]
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Date 24 Mar 1807
Text Orphans Court bound out negro Sarah, age 9 years July last past, as apprentice to Joseph Porter until she is 16, to teach her to spin and sew and not to be employed in the fields.
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Date 24 Mar 1807
Text Orphans Court bound out negro Sarah, age 9 years July last past, as apprentice to Joseph Porter until she is 16, to teach her to spin and sew and not to be employed in the fields.
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Date 2 April 1807
Text Inventory of property paid Philip Covington, guardian to Abel, Hughreemer & Matty Covington, by Prisceilla Covington, admx of Philip Covington, dec'd. Property included negroes Isaac, Tamer, Curnell, Henry, George, Charles, Nicholas, Zipporah and Leah.
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Date 2 April 1807
Text Inventory of property paid Philip Covington, guardian to Abel, Hughreemer & Matty Covington, by Prisceilla Covington, admx of Philip Covington, dec'd. Property included negroes Isaac, Tamer, Curnell, Henry, George, Charles, Nicholas, Zipporah and Leah.
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Date 6 Oct 1807
Text Henry Costen and Burton Cannon, justice of the peace, bound out as apprentice Jesse Handy, an illegitimate black child, aged 12 years as near as we have ascertained his age, unto Henry King to learn the art of a sailor, until age 21.
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Date 6 Oct 1807
Text Henry Costen and Burton Cannon, justice of the peace, bound out as apprentice Jesse Handy, an illegitimate black child, aged 12 years as near as we have ascertained his age, unto Henry King to learn the art of a sailor, until age 21.
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Date Dec. Term 1807
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Date Dec. Term 1807
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Date Dec Term 1807
Text Bet, Sina, Sarah, Charles, Littleton, Harriot and Saul.
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Date Dec Term 1807
Text Bet, Sina, Sarah, Charles, Littleton, Harriot and Saul.
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Date Dec Term 1807
Text Orphans Court appointed William Russum and Charles Venable appraisers to report on the real estate of John Huffington, orphan in the care of Edward Phillips, his guardian. 17 Feb 1808 appraisers reported one old frame dwelling house covered with shingles with a brick gable end, one round pine log corn house 14 by 7, 94 apple trees 2 cherry trees and 1133 pannels of fencing, 150 acres of land, 45 of which is woodland, slaves Peter, Caleb, Sandy, Bob, Suckey, Martha, Jack, Joe, George, Bet, Sina, Sarah, Charles, Littleton, Harriot and Saul.
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Date Dec Term 1807
Text Orphans Court appointed William Russum and Charles Venable appraisers to report on the real estate of John Huffington, orphan in the care of Edward Phillips, his guardian. 17 Feb 1808 appraisers reported one old frame dwelling house covered with shingles with a brick gable end, one round pine log corn house 14 by 7, 94 apple trees 2 cherry trees and 1133 pannels of fencing, 150 acres of land, 45 of which is woodland, slaves Peter, Caleb, Sandy, Bob, Suckey, Martha, Jack, Joe, George, Bet, Sina, Sarah, Charles, Littleton, Harriot and Saul.
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Date Dec Term 1807
Text Orphans Court appointed William Stone and William Handy, Sr. appraisers to report on the real estate of William P. Johnson, orphan in the care of Ann Dashiell his guardian. 19 March 1808 appraisers report there is on the land of William Purnell Johnson, whereon Mrs. Ann Dashiell now lives, one old negro man, one woman and four children, one dwelling house, two kitchens and one barn, one milk house, one corn house, an indifferent orchard, 1/10th of the land in woods. There is on the other plantation one dwelling house, one kitchen, one meat houue one cyder house, one milk house, one hen house and two corn houses all in bad repair and one small barn, an orchard and fence, 1/5th of the land in woods.
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Date Dec Term 1807
Text Orphans Court appointed William Stone and William Handy, Sr. appraisers to report on the real estate of William P. Johnson, orphan in the care of Ann Dashiell his guardian. 19 March 1808 appraisers report there is on the land of William Purnell Johnson, whereon Mrs. Ann Dashiell now lives, one old negro man, one woman and four children, one dwelling house, two kitchens and one barn, one milk house, one corn house, an indifferent orchard, 1/10th of the land in woods. There is on the other plantation one dwelling house, one kitchen, one meat houue one cyder house, one milk house, one hen house and two corn houses all in bad repair and one small barn, an orchard and fence, 1/5th of the land in woods.
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Date June Term 1808
Text Orphans Court appointed Samuel Smith and William Tilghman appraisers to report on the real estate of John C. Gibbons, George H. Gibbons, Nancy Gibbons, Maria Gibbons and Amelia Gibbons, orphans in the care of Amelia Gibbons, their guardian. 14 Jun 1808 appraisers report negroes James, Phamey and child, Harry, of which 1/3 belong to said guardian, at the place where the guardian now lives. 1 sawed logg dwelling house 16 by 16 covered with plank with brick chimney in midling repair, 1 kitchen round loggs covered with plank 14 by 14 with brick chimney in good repair, 1 round logg barn 16 by 16 covered with plank in bad repair, 1 corn cribb sawed logs 16 by 6 covered with boards in midling repair, also 1 sawed logg moak house 10 by 10 covered with boards in good repair, 1 garden enclosed with 24 pannels watled paleing in good repair, 1 old apple orchard with 18 apple trees, peach orchard with 118 trees, 1 field on north side of the farm about 25 acres and on the farm where Josiah Gibbons now lives there is 1 dwelling house 20 by 16 weather boarded and covered with plank with brick chimney in bad repair, 1 sawed logg kitchen 12 by 16 covered with plank with brick chimney, 1 small corn cribb sawed loggs in midling repair, also 1 field on the east and about 30 acres enclosed with midling fence one field on the west and 25 acres enclosed also with midling fence; the proportion of the lands in woods is two fifth parts of the whole, the annual value of lands and negroes $99.
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Date June Term 1808
Text Orphans Court appointed Samuel Smith and William Tilghman appraisers to report on the real estate of John C. Gibbons, George H. Gibbons, Nancy Gibbons, Maria Gibbons and Amelia Gibbons, orphans in the care of Amelia Gibbons, their guardian. 14 Jun 1808 appraisers report negroes James, Phamey and child, Harry, of which 1/3 belong to said guardian, at the place where the guardian now lives. 1 sawed logg dwelling house 16 by 16 covered with plank with brick chimney in midling repair, 1 kitchen round loggs covered with plank 14 by 14 with brick chimney in good repair, 1 round logg barn 16 by 16 covered with plank in bad repair, 1 corn cribb sawed logs 16 by 6 covered with boards in midling repair, also 1 sawed logg moak house 10 by 10 covered with boards in good repair, 1 garden enclosed with 24 pannels watled paleing in good repair, 1 old apple orchard with 18 apple trees, peach orchard with 118 trees, 1 field on north side of the farm about 25 acres and on the farm where Josiah Gibbons now lives there is 1 dwelling house 20 by 16 weather boarded and covered with plank with brick chimney in bad repair, 1 sawed logg kitchen 12 by 16 covered with plank with brick chimney, 1 small corn cribb sawed loggs in midling repair, also 1 field on the east and about 30 acres enclosed with midling fence one field on the west and 25 acres enclosed also with midling fence; the proportion of the lands in woods is two fifth parts of the whole, the annual value of lands and negroes $99.
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Date Dec Term 1807
Text Orphans Court appointed William Russum and Charles Venables appraisers to report on the real estate of John Bowland, orphan in the care of Isaac Dryden his guardian. 10 June 1808 appraiser report there are slaves Joe, Paul, Lewey, Dinah, Sarah with four children, Abe, Denwood, Lyddia and Esther; Gatty, 180 acres of woods, one old round log dwelling 15 by 15 feet plank roof, one old born house, one old smoke house, annual value of lands and slaves L42. Dated 2 May 1809
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Date Dec Term 1807
Text Orphans Court appointed William Russum and Charles Venables appraisers to report on the real estate of John Bowland, orphan in the care of Isaac Dryden his guardian. 10 June 1808 appraiser report there are slaves Joe, Paul, Lewey, Dinah, Sarah with four children, Abe, Denwood, Lyddia and Esther; Gatty, 180 acres of woods, one old round log dwelling 15 by 15 feet plank roof, one old born house, one old smoke house, annual value of lands and slaves L42. Dated 2 May 1809
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Date Apr Term 1808
Text Orphans Court appointed William Waller and John Jones (thoroughfare) appraisers to report on the real estate of Peggy White, Eliza Ann White and Mria White, orphans in the care of William White their guardian. 15 Nov 1808 appraisers report there are 4 slaves, one old dwelling hosue, one good sawed logged kitchen and meat house, four old out houses and one good logged out house, 1474 pannels of tolerable fence and 480 old peach trees, 40 old apple trees and 166 young ones, 70 acres of wood land, 2/3rd of the value of the land and slaves being $112.
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Date Apr Term 1808
Text Orphans Court appointed William Waller and John Jones (thoroughfare) appraisers to report on the real estate of Peggy White, Eliza Ann White and Mria White, orphans in the care of William White their guardian. 15 Nov 1808 appraisers report there are 4 slaves, one old dwelling hosue, one good sawed logged kitchen and meat house, four old out houses and one good logged out house, 1474 pannels of tolerable fence and 480 old peach trees, 40 old apple trees and 166 young ones, 70 acres of wood land, 2/3rd of the value of the land and slaves being $112.
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Date 12 Sept 1809
Text Charles Farrow and George Jones, justices if the peace, bound aout as apprentice, Philip Johnson, a negro, son of Caty Johnson, a free negro, aged about 7 years at this time unto Sarah McGrath until age 21
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Date 12 Sept 1809
Text Charles Farrow and George Jones, justices if the peace, bound aout as apprentice, Philip Johnson, a negro, son of Caty Johnson, a free negro, aged about 7 years at this time unto Sarah McGrath until age 21
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Date Oct Term 1808
Text The orphans court appointed William King and Whittington King as appraisers to report on the real estate of Nancy, Elizabeth, David, Leah, James, Polly and Nelly Wilson, orphans, in the care of Nelly Wilson their guardian. 10 Jan 1809 appraisers reported that there are negroes Linn, Isaac, Moses, Somerset, Juda, Rose, old Mima and several children; one good new brick dwelling house, one old frame dwelling house very sorry, one cellar house framed weather boarded and covered with pine plank in bad repair, 1 framed quarter 16 by 14 ft, brick chimney in midling repair, one round pole hen house and one round pole turkey house, one old framed barn with 3 sheds very bad repair, one old bar, one logged corn house bad, one old framed corn house bad, one framed mild house good, one old log smoke house bad, one old necessary house ad, pailed garden, railed yard, 150 apple trees old, 250 pearch trees, 2009 pannels fence averaging 6 logs to the pannel, 300 acres of land in woods, the value of negroes and land L100.
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Date Oct Term 1808
Text The orphans court appointed William King and Whittington King as appraisers to report on the real estate of Nancy, Elizabeth, David, Leah, James, Polly and Nelly Wilson, orphans, in the care of Nelly Wilson their guardian. 10 Jan 1809 appraisers reported that there are negroes Linn, Isaac, Moses, Somerset, Juda, Rose, old Mima and several children; one good new brick dwelling house, one old frame dwelling house very sorry, one cellar house framed weather boarded and covered with pine plank in bad repair, 1 framed quarter 16 by 14 ft, brick chimney in midling repair, one round pole hen house and one round pole turkey house, one old framed barn with 3 sheds very bad repair, one old bar, one logged corn house bad, one old framed corn house bad, one framed mild house good, one old log smoke house bad, one old necessary house ad, pailed garden, railed yard, 150 apple trees old, 250 pearch trees, 2009 pannels fence averaging 6 logs to the pannel, 300 acres of land in woods, the value of negroes and land L100.
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Date 23 Aug 1809
Text By appointment of the orphans court, Samuel Smith divided the negroes of Jesse Lister, deceased between Julian Lister, orphan in care of Samuel Heath and Patty Lister.
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Date 23 Aug 1809
Text By appointment of the orphans court, Samuel Smith divided the negroes of Jesse Lister, deceased between Julian Lister, orphan in care of Samuel Heath and Patty Lister.
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Date Dec Term 1808
Text The orphans court appointed William Russum and James Weatherly appraisers to report on the real estate of George H. Dashiell, Levin F. Dashiell and Henrietta Dashiell, orphans in the care of Matthias Dashiell, their guardian. 8 Dec 1809 appraisers report two negro men, and one woman and child and one negro boy, 1374 pannels of fence averaging 6 logs to the pannel, one frame dwelling house 17 by 18 feet, one sawed log kitchen 20 by 15 feet, one old smoke house 12 ft square, one old sawd log corn house 15 by 7, one old log barn, one small milk houe, one log hen house, one post and rail garden and 120 acres of woods.
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Date Dec Term 1808
Text The orphans court appointed William Russum and James Weatherly appraisers to report on the real estate of George H. Dashiell, Levin F. Dashiell and Henrietta Dashiell, orphans in the care of Matthias Dashiell, their guardian. 8 Dec 1809 appraisers report two negro men, and one woman and child and one negro boy, 1374 pannels of fence averaging 6 logs to the pannel, one frame dwelling house 17 by 18 feet, one sawed log kitchen 20 by 15 feet, one old smoke house 12 ft square, one old sawd log corn house 15 by 7, one old log barn, one small milk houe, one log hen house, one post and rail garden and 120 acres of woods.
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Date 18 Dec 1809
Text Daniel Dakes and William Williams divided negroes in the hands of William Lankford, guardian to Stephen and John Lankford.
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Date 18 Dec 1809
Text Daniel Dakes and William Williams divided negroes in the hands of William Lankford, guardian to Stephen and John Lankford.
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Date no date (1809/10?)
Text Zadock Long and John Stewart divided the negroes belonging to the estate of Charlotte Washington King, deceased to: Alexander Stewart in right of his wife and Robert J. Henry King.
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Date no date (1809/10?)
Text Zadock Long and John Stewart divided the negroes belonging to the estate of Charlotte Washington King, deceased to: Alexander Stewart in right of his wife and Robert J. Henry King.
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Date no date (1809/10?)
Text Littleton Dennis and Thomas Beauchamp, per order of the orphans court, divided the negroes belonging to the estate of Isaiah Riggin, deceased amongst his several representatives: to Mr. Custis Jenkins in right of his wife who was the widow of the said Isaiah Riggin-Jenny and Benjamin; Edward Riggin-Joshua (man); Levin Riggin-Joshua (boy) and Sarah; James Riggin boys Ephraim and John: Skinner Riggin boy Abraham
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Date no date (1809/10?)
Text Littleton Dennis and Thomas Beauchamp, per order of the orphans court, divided the negroes belonging to the estate of Isaiah Riggin, deceased amongst his several representatives: to Mr. Custis Jenkins in right of his wife who was the widow of the said Isaiah Riggin-Jenny and Benjamin; Edward Riggin-Joshua (man); Levin Riggin-Joshua (boy) and Sarah; James Riggin boys Ephraim and John: Skinner Riggin boy Abraham
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Date April Term 1810
Text The orphans court appointed Jacob Morris, Sr. and Kirk Gunby appraisers to report on the real estate of Joshua Hayman, orphan in the care of Hamilton Bailey his guardian. 10 July 1810 appraisers report slaves Sam, Gurle, 1 dwelling house 24 by 16 feet, 1 kook house 20 by 17 feet, 1 meat house 12 by 12 feet, 1 out house 14 by 14 feet, all in bad repair, 164 apple trees, 37 peach trees, 1371 pannels of fence 6 rails to the panel, 149 of wood land, 100 acre in cultivation, annual value L32.12.6.
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Date April Term 1810
Text The orphans court appointed Jacob Morris, Sr. and Kirk Gunby appraisers to report on the real estate of Joshua Hayman, orphan in the care of Hamilton Bailey his guardian. 10 July 1810 appraisers report slaves Sam, Gurle, 1 dwelling house 24 by 16 feet, 1 kook house 20 by 17 feet, 1 meat house 12 by 12 feet, 1 out house 14 by 14 feet, all in bad repair, 164 apple trees, 37 peach trees, 1371 pannels of fence 6 rails to the panel, 149 of wood land, 100 acre in cultivation, annual value L32.12.6.
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Date 8 Jan 1811
Text The orphans court bound out Denwood Noble, a mulatoe boy ages 11 years 5 Sep 1810, as apprentice to William R. Warwick, until age 21 to wait in a house as a servant and take care of stables.
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Date 8 Jan 1811
Text The orphans court bound out Denwood Noble, a mulatoe boy ages 11 years 5 Sep 1810, as apprentice to William R. Warwick, until age 21 to wait in a house as a servant and take care of stables.
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Date 2 Mar 1810
Text Charles Jones and William Bounds of James made a division between the heirs of William Moore, Jr., deceased and the estate of James Anderson, deceased. To the estate of James Anderson, negro Charles sold for $300. The heirs of William Moore, Jr. pay to estate of James Anderson $73.55, totalling $373.35. Placed to the estate or heirs of William Moore, Jr. negroes Nancy, Flor, Phillis, Grace.
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Date 2 Mar 1810
Text Charles Jones and William Bounds of James made a division between the heirs of William Moore, Jr., deceased and the estate of James Anderson, deceased. To the estate of James Anderson, negro Charles sold for $300. The heirs of William Moore, Jr. pay to estate of James Anderson $73.55, totalling $373.35. Placed to the estate or heirs of William Moore, Jr. negroes Nancy, Flor, Phillis, Grace.
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Date no date (1810/11)
Text Zadock Long and John Stewart made a division of the negroes belonging to the estate of Charlotte Washington King: to Alexander Stuart in right of his wife and to Robert J.H. King. Alexander Stewart's part in rights of his wife T. 3085: John 64 yo $10, Juda 61 yo $10, Shadrack 50 yo $75, Lizey 36 yo $160,
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Date no date (1810/11)
Text Zadock Long and John Stewart made a division of the negroes belonging to the estate of Charlotte Washington King: to Alexander Stuart in right of his wife and to Robert J.H. King. Alexander Stewart's part in rights of his wife T. 3085: John 64 yo $10, Juda 61 yo $10, Shadrack 50 yo $75, Lizey 36 yo $160,
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Date 5 Mar 1811
Text The orphans court bound out Nathan, a free negro, as apprentice to Levin Malcomb until age 21 to learn the trade of the shoe making. Nathan. will be 15 years old in April next.
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Date 5 Mar 1811
Text The orphans court bound out Nathan, a free negro, as apprentice to Levin Malcomb until age 21 to learn the trade of the shoe making. Nathan. will be 15 years old in April next.
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Date Feb Term 1810
Text The orphans court appointed Edward Austin and William Bounds apparaisers to report on the real estate of Josiah Russell in the care of Francis James his guardian. 18 Mar 1811 appraisers report there are six slaves, one dwelling house very much out of repair, one kitchen very bad, one smoke house very sorry, three small out houses midling, 136 annual value $130.
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Date Feb Term 1810
Text The orphans court appointed Edward Austin and William Bounds apparaisers to report on the real estate of Josiah Russell in the care of Francis James his guardian. 18 Mar 1811 appraisers report there are six slaves, one dwelling house very much out of repair, one kitchen very bad, one smoke house very sorry, three small out houses midling, 136 annual value $130.
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Date 21 June 1811
Text James Bennett, by order of the orphans court, divided the personal of Obed Bayley, deceased. He attended at the house of Thomas Fookses in whose hands the said estate were deposited, the parties interested being present; Thomas Fookes and wife on behalf of themselves, Polly bayley being of age to act for herself, Littleton Bayley, Stephen Bayley and Obed Bayley, represented by James Bennett for this purpose. The value of the negro property worth L220.10, the widows third part being L74.3.4, each child's part L37.1.8. Thoma Fookes is guardian of the minor children.
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Date 21 June 1811
Text James Bennett, by order of the orphans court, divided the personal of Obed Bayley, deceased. He attended at the house of Thomas Fookses in whose hands the said estate were deposited, the parties interested being present; Thomas Fookes and wife on behalf of themselves, Polly bayley being of age to act for herself, Littleton Bayley, Stephen Bayley and Obed Bayley, represented by James Bennett for this purpose. The value of the negro property worth L220.10, the widows third part being L74.3.4, each child's part L37.1.8. Thoma Fookes is guardian of the minor children.
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Date Feb Term 1811
Text The orphans court appointed Josiah W. Heath and Isaac Harris of Jno appraisers to report on the real estate of Ann M. Costen and George B.R. Costen orphans in the care of Burton Cannon and wife, their guardian. 14 June 1811 appraisers report the annual value of the estate at $126, including negroes Littleton, Ben and Lotty, a sawed log dwelling house 16 by 14 in indifferent order, one other house nearly tumbling down, one good wattle pailed garden 60 by 80 feet, 47 good bearing apple trees, 2 peach trees and one damsel tree, 252 pannels of fence, 6 1/2 acres of arable land, 15 acres of creek swamp with a small string of high land and a privileged of timber in thelands of the heirs of William Cottingham to support the lott next toBurton Cannon's store house, the whole containing 21 1/2 acres in three different lotts. Lot No. 1 2/3 acres whereon stands the house, fruit trees and gardens.
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Date Feb Term 1811
Text The orphans court appointed Josiah W. Heath and Isaac Harris of Jno appraisers to report on the real estate of Ann M. Costen and George B.R. Costen orphans in the care of Burton Cannon and wife, their guardian. 14 June 1811 appraisers report the annual value of the estate at $126, including negroes Littleton, Ben and Lotty, a sawed log dwelling house 16 by 14 in indifferent order, one other house nearly tumbling down, one good wattle pailed garden 60 by 80 feet, 47 good bearing apple trees, 2 peach trees and one damsel tree, 252 pannels of fence, 6 1/2 acres of arable land, 15 acres of creek swamp with a small string of high land and a privileged of timber in thelands of the heirs of William Cottingham to support the lott next toBurton Cannon's store house, the whole containing 21 1/2 acres in three different lotts. Lot No. 1 2/3 acres whereon stands the house, fruit trees and gardens.
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Date 3 Sep 1811
Text By appointment of the orphans court at August term last, William Roach and Benjamin Conner divided the negroes belonging to the estate of John Horsey, deceased. Allotted to Prisce Horsey, widow of the deceased: Joe, Frederick, James Horsey, George, Levin, Slow, Cate, Rhoda, Priss, Rachel, Easter, Lottle Sall, Milley, Sarah; to Samuel Smith Horsey: James, Messer, Andrew, John, Tamer, Sall, Vilet, Sib, Nell, Mary; to John C. HOrsey, Robert Swan guardian: Nace, Josiah, Bob, Davy, Ann, Lucy, Zilpha, Rose, Patt, Will; to William Hopewell Horsey: Isaac, Peter, Prince, Adam, Sniner, Leah, Betty, Low hill, Maria.
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Date 3 Sep 1811
Text By appointment of the orphans court at August term last, William Roach and Benjamin Conner divided the negroes belonging to the estate of John Horsey, deceased. Allotted to Prisce Horsey, widow of the deceased: Joe, Frederick, James Horsey, George, Levin, Slow, Cate, Rhoda, Priss, Rachel, Easter, Lottle Sall, Milley, Sarah; to Samuel Smith Horsey: James, Messer, Andrew, John, Tamer, Sall, Vilet, Sib, Nell, Mary; to John C. HOrsey, Robert Swan guardian: Nace, Josiah, Bob, Davy, Ann, Lucy, Zilpha, Rose, Patt, Will; to William Hopewell Horsey: Isaac, Peter, Prince, Adam, Sniner, Leah, Betty, Low hill, Maria.
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Date no date (1811/1812)
Text William Stone and William Handy were chosen by Mrs. Mary Polk and James Polk to divide the negroes of Wiliam Polk, Esq., deceased. To Mrs. Polk: Yellow Harry, George Nutter, Thomas, Old Harry, Leah, Sr., Alce, Comfort, Amy, Mattilda, Isaac; for James Polk: Nero, Leah and child Mary, Linder, Jacob, Charlotte, Milcah, Hannah; for Anne F. Polk: Fredick, Henry, Esther, Ary.
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Date no date (1811/1812)
Text William Stone and William Handy were chosen by Mrs. Mary Polk and James Polk to divide the negroes of Wiliam Polk, Esq., deceased. To Mrs. Polk: Yellow Harry, George Nutter, Thomas, Old Harry, Leah, Sr., Alce, Comfort, Amy, Mattilda, Isaac; for James Polk: Nero, Leah and child Mary, Linder, Jacob, Charlotte, Milcah, Hannah; for Anne F. Polk: Fredick, Henry, Esther, Ary.
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Date 10 Mar 1812
Text The orphans court bound out Stephen Handy, a free negro aged 21 in March 1819, unto Harry Wilks to work at farming business.
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Date 10 Mar 1812
Text The orphans court bound out Stephen Handy, a free negro aged 21 in March 1819, unto Harry Wilks to work at farming business.
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Date 11 Aug 1812
Text The orphans court bound out free negro Peter, age 9, as apprentice to Samuel Talbott until age 21 to work on a farm.
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Date 11 Aug 1812
Text The orphans court bound out free negro Peter, age 9, as apprentice to Samuel Talbott until age 21 to work on a farm.
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Date Dec Term 1811
Text The orphans court appointed William Russum and Charles Venables to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of Benjamin Graham, deceased between the representatives. To Peter Grayham: Amilcah, Margret: to Mary Grayham: Milbern, Anne; to Benjamin Grayhan: Lotty; to James Grayham: Jacob; to Betsy Grayham: Charles, Violet. We further report that negro woman Hannah is by the will of the deceased, to be free at the death of his wife Mary Graham, which we have not appraised.
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Date Dec Term 1811
Text The orphans court appointed William Russum and Charles Venables to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of Benjamin Graham, deceased between the representatives. To Peter Grayham: Amilcah, Margret: to Mary Grayham: Milbern, Anne; to Benjamin Grayhan: Lotty; to James Grayham: Jacob; to Betsy Grayham: Charles, Violet. We further report that negro woman Hannah is by the will of the deceased, to be free at the death of his wife Mary Graham, which we have not appraised.
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Date Feb Term 1812
Text The orphans court appointed Henry James Carroll and Danile Dakes appraisers to report on the real estate of Harietta Adams and Susan Anne Adams orphans in the care of Anne Adams their guardian. 9 Apr 1812 appraisers report there are on the farm, where the late Samuel Adams died, negroes Zimbo, Derham, Sam, Cloe, Grace and her three children, no working beasts, one dwelling house build with brick walls 20 by 45 feet quite new and well finished, one sawed log kitchen, one sawed log meat house 12 feet square covered with cypress shingles, one small log henhouse, one round log corn house and stable cojointly 19 feet square covered with plank; a garden enclosed by 40 pannel of pales one hew log bar 19 feet square underpinned with brick and sheddd all round and the whole covered with oak shingles, apple orchard of 120 trees, 65000 corn hills, 2 clover loots of 2 acres each, 70000 corn hills, valued at L67.10. We further report that a detached farm generally called the lower place has one dwelling house 20 by 16, one old barn underpinned with brick 20 by 16 feet, one old kitchen, one small milk house, 45000 corn hills, 45000 corn hills, 100 old apple trees, 400 young peach trees, no slaves or team to be leased with this farm, valued at L16.17.6.
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Date Feb Term 1812
Text The orphans court appointed Henry James Carroll and Danile Dakes appraisers to report on the real estate of Harietta Adams and Susan Anne Adams orphans in the care of Anne Adams their guardian. 9 Apr 1812 appraisers report there are on the farm, where the late Samuel Adams died, negroes Zimbo, Derham, Sam, Cloe, Grace and her three children, no working beasts, one dwelling house build with brick walls 20 by 45 feet quite new and well finished, one sawed log kitchen, one sawed log meat house 12 feet square covered with cypress shingles, one small log henhouse, one round log corn house and stable cojointly 19 feet square covered with plank; a garden enclosed by 40 pannel of pales one hew log bar 19 feet square underpinned with brick and sheddd all round and the whole covered with oak shingles, apple orchard of 120 trees, 65000 corn hills, 2 clover loots of 2 acres each, 70000 corn hills, valued at L67.10. We further report that a detached farm generally called the lower place has one dwelling house 20 by 16, one old barn underpinned with brick 20 by 16 feet, one old kitchen, one small milk house, 45000 corn hills, 45000 corn hills, 100 old apple trees, 400 young peach trees, no slaves or team to be leased with this farm, valued at L16.17.6.
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Date 30 Dec 1811
Text James Weatherly and Peregrine Weatherly divided the negroes of William Bedsworth, deceased between his heirs Thomas, Tubman, William, Noah, and Zeppia Bedsworth and Polly Jones. To Thomas Bedsworth: Vilet 38 yo #120, Majors 7 yo #160. To Tubman Bedsworth: Jenney 10 yo #160, John 5 yo #120, Charles 20 yo #320. To Polly Jones: Charles 20 yo #320. To William Bedsworth: Sandy 16 yo #300. To Zeppia Bedsworth: Hanner (girl) 12 yo #180, Liney (girl) 3 yo #75. To Noah Bedsworth: Hettey 15 yo #220. Total #1655, each heir's part is #275.83 1/2.
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Date 30 Dec 1811
Text James Weatherly and Peregrine Weatherly divided the negroes of William Bedsworth, deceased between his heirs Thomas, Tubman, William, Noah, and Zeppia Bedsworth and Polly Jones. To Thomas Bedsworth: Vilet 38 yo #120, Majors 7 yo #160. To Tubman Bedsworth: Jenney 10 yo #160, John 5 yo #120, Charles 20 yo #320. To Polly Jones: Charles 20 yo #320. To William Bedsworth: Sandy 16 yo #300. To Zeppia Bedsworth: Hanner (girl) 12 yo #180, Liney (girl) 3 yo #75. To Noah Bedsworth: Hettey 15 yo #220. Total #1655, each heir's part is #275.83 1/2.
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Date June Term 1812
Text A division of the negroes of Charlotte Ferrington deceased, a minor, were divided between her two brothers and sister. To Emma Ferrington: Minta, John and Levina; to Levin Ferrington: Biddy, Tatty and Frederick; to Theodore Ferrington: Ben, Sam, and Tamer.
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Date June Term 1812
Text A division of the negroes of Charlotte Ferrington deceased, a minor, were divided between her two brothers and sister. To Emma Ferrington: Minta, John and Levina; to Levin Ferrington: Biddy, Tatty and Frederick; to Theodore Ferrington: Ben, Sam, and Tamer.
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Date Aug Term 1812
Text William Roach and Aaron Sterling of Aaron were appointed to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of Thomas Tyler deceased, amongst the representatives. Negroes Joe, Grace, Bob, Titus, Fillace, Nelly, Sam, Frank, Hannah, Jefey, Fillace, Milley valued at $1100.33 to be equally divied between nine heirs.
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Date Aug Term 1812
Text William Roach and Aaron Sterling of Aaron were appointed to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of Thomas Tyler deceased, amongst the representatives. Negroes Joe, Grace, Bob, Titus, Fillace, Nelly, Sam, Frank, Hannah, Jefey, Fillace, Milley valued at $1100.33 to be equally divied between nine heirs.
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Date Feb Term 1812
Text The orphans court appointed John Stewart and William Tilghman to act in behalf of the orphan children of James Furniss, deceased relative to a division of the negroes. To the widow: Cudgo and Lotty; to the four orphan children: Betsy Davis Furniss, Margaret Furniss, William Furniss and Henry James Carrol Furniss: Arch, James, Milley, Anne, Milcah and Eve.
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Date Feb Term 1812
Text The orphans court appointed John Stewart and William Tilghman to act in behalf of the orphan children of James Furniss, deceased relative to a division of the negroes. To the widow: Cudgo and Lotty; to the four orphan children: Betsy Davis Furniss, Margaret Furniss, William Furniss and Henry James Carrol Furniss: Arch, James, Milley, Anne, Milcah and Eve.
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Date 9 Feb 1813
Text The orphans court bound out Henry, a free negro aged 18 years on the 24 instant, until age 20 unto William King to work on a farm.
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Date 9 Feb 1813
Text The orphans court bound out Henry, a free negro aged 18 years on the 24 instant, until age 20 unto William King to work on a farm.
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Date 9 Feb 1813
Text The orphans court bound out Levin a free negro who will be 17 on 8 Oct next, unto William King to work on a farm until age 21.
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Date 9 Feb 1813
Text The orphans court bound out Levin a free negro who will be 17 on 8 Oct next, unto William King to work on a farm until age 21.
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Date Aug Term 1812
Text The orphans court appointed Joseph Dashiell and James Dashiell appraisers to report on the real estate of Dickerson D. Mezick, orphan in the care of Robert Dougherty, his guardian. 5 Oct 1812 appraisers reported one boy Harry 18 yrs, girl Bett 15 yrs, one dwelling house and three other old houses, 33 acres of land of which 17 acres are in wood, 10 acres in cultivation and six acres in marsh, a windmill not in good order, an apple and peach orchard, annual value L10.15. Filed April Term 1813.
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Date Aug Term 1812
Text The orphans court appointed Joseph Dashiell and James Dashiell appraisers to report on the real estate of Dickerson D. Mezick, orphan in the care of Robert Dougherty, his guardian. 5 Oct 1812 appraisers reported one boy Harry 18 yrs, girl Bett 15 yrs, one dwelling house and three other old houses, 33 acres of land of which 17 acres are in wood, 10 acres in cultivation and six acres in marsh, a windmill not in good order, an apple and peach orchard, annual value L10.15. Filed April Term 1813.
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Date 1 Aug 1812
Text William Boggs and Stephen Collins were appointed to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of Jesse Powell between the widow and legatee. Negro woman Sarah had ran away and carried with her a child named David, therefore said negroes left out of the division. Widow allotted Voilett, one a legacy to George W. Powell, the balance of four devised by will of the deceased to be divided equally among nine of the deceased's grandchildren and his sone George W. Powell: we could not divide them, the court must divide them.
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Date 1 Aug 1812
Text William Boggs and Stephen Collins were appointed to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of Jesse Powell between the widow and legatee. Negro woman Sarah had ran away and carried with her a child named David, therefore said negroes left out of the division. Widow allotted Voilett, one a legacy to George W. Powell, the balance of four devised by will of the deceased to be divided equally among nine of the deceased's grandchildren and his sone George W. Powell: we could not divide them, the court must divide them.
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Date 9 Jul 1813
Text 21 Jul 1813. George Jones and Levin Jones, Sr., appointed to divide the negroes of the estate of Sarah Burgan, deceased, divided them: Ebby aged 30 and her child George 3 weeks old, to William E. Burgan; children Milly age 6, Martha age 4 and Mary age 4 allotted to Thomas Burgan.
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Date 9 Jul 1813
Text 21 Jul 1813. George Jones and Levin Jones, Sr., appointed to divide the negroes of the estate of Sarah Burgan, deceased, divided them: Ebby aged 30 and her child George 3 weeks old, to William E. Burgan; children Milly age 6, Martha age 4 and Mary age 4 allotted to Thomas Burgan.
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Date 17 Apr 1813
Text Samuel Smith is appointed to make division of negroes belonging to the estate of Samuel Adams, deceased, between the widow and orphan children of said deceased. 22 Jul 1813 negro Solva is dead, negro Sarah born since appraisement, one of the orphans of deceased has also died since the appraisement, in consequence the negroes are divided between the widow, to wid Ann Adams: Lingo, Durham, Chloe, Grace, Nice and Sarah, and the surviving orphan Hariet Adams: George, Sam, Milcha, Mary and Jane, each lot of negroes valued at $730.
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Date 17 Apr 1813
Text Samuel Smith is appointed to make division of negroes belonging to the estate of Samuel Adams, deceased, between the widow and orphan children of said deceased. 22 Jul 1813 negro Solva is dead, negro Sarah born since appraisement, one of the orphans of deceased has also died since the appraisement, in consequence the negroes are divided between the widow, to wid Ann Adams: Lingo, Durham, Chloe, Grace, Nice and Sarah, and the surviving orphan Hariet Adams: George, Sam, Milcha, Mary and Jane, each lot of negroes valued at $730.
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Date Dec Term 1812
Text The orphans court appointed Isaac M. Adams and Daniel Dakes appraisers to report on the real estate of Mary Ann Cox, orphan in the care of Molly Cox her guardian. 13 Dec 1812 appraisers report negroes Selby aged 21 years and Rachel, one lott of land whereon Molly Cox now lives containing one half acre with one wood dwelling house 25 by 12 ft addition a pyazzard on front to the main building 6 by 25 feets, one porch to the shed 7 by 8 feet with two brick chimneys to the aforesaid house, all in good repair; one kitchen 15 by 12 feet framed with wood with one brick chimney in good repair, one smoke house 12 by 9 feet with sawed logs, one dair 8 by 6 feet, one pail garden 42 yards by 30 yards in tolerable repair, one well of water in good repair, the above described lott with the improvements valued at $55 exclusive of widow's dower. One house 26 by 22 feet standing in Rehoboth near the river in tolerable repair valued at $16 exclusive of widow's dower. One lott of ground in Princes Anne standing at the foot of the brdige with one house called new apartment, 35 by 14 feet with two chimneys in good repair, one house called the oldapartment adjoining the new last mentioned 16 by 18 feet with an addition of 12 by 12 feet in tolerable repair, onelumber house 20 by 12 feet, one house standing at the corner 27 by 17 feet, the frame sound and not finished, annual value of aforesaid lott and houses $75 exclusive of widow's dower, one lott of ground standing in Princess Anne containing one half acre with a dwelling house standing thereon 24 by 18 feet, first story brick, the secon story wood ingood repair, one stable on the lott 15 feet square, the said lott enclosed with rails and pails in bad repair, annual value $40 exclusive of widow's dower.
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Date Dec Term 1812
Text The orphans court appointed Isaac M. Adams and Daniel Dakes appraisers to report on the real estate of Mary Ann Cox, orphan in the care of Molly Cox her guardian. 13 Dec 1812 appraisers report negroes Selby aged 21 years and Rachel, one lott of land whereon Molly Cox now lives containing one half acre with one wood dwelling house 25 by 12 ft addition a pyazzard on front to the main building 6 by 25 feets, one porch to the shed 7 by 8 feet with two brick chimneys to the aforesaid house, all in good repair; one kitchen 15 by 12 feet framed with wood with one brick chimney in good repair, one smoke house 12 by 9 feet with sawed logs, one dair 8 by 6 feet, one pail garden 42 yards by 30 yards in tolerable repair, one well of water in good repair, the above described lott with the improvements valued at $55 exclusive of widow's dower. One house 26 by 22 feet standing in Rehoboth near the river in tolerable repair valued at $16 exclusive of widow's dower. One lott of ground in Princes Anne standing at the foot of the brdige with one house called new apartment, 35 by 14 feet with two chimneys in good repair, one house called the oldapartment adjoining the new last mentioned 16 by 18 feet with an addition of 12 by 12 feet in tolerable repair, onelumber house 20 by 12 feet, one house standing at the corner 27 by 17 feet, the frame sound and not finished, annual value of aforesaid lott and houses $75 exclusive of widow's dower, one lott of ground standing in Princess Anne containing one half acre with a dwelling house standing thereon 24 by 18 feet, first story brick, the secon story wood ingood repair, one stable on the lott 15 feet square, the said lott enclosed with rails and pails in bad repair, annual value $40 exclusive of widow's dower.
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Date 16 Dec 1813
Text Zadock Long and John Stewart, appraisers, divided the negroes belonging to the estate of William Done, deceased, between the representatives and the widow. To the widow Mrs. Done: Ceasar, Rose, Beck, Henry; to Tubman Walson: Sylvia; to Sally Done: Augusta; to Henrietta Done: Ibo; to Mary Matilda Margaret Charlotte and John Done; Caroline, Adam, Eve, Elijah.
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Date 16 Dec 1813
Text Zadock Long and John Stewart, appraisers, divided the negroes belonging to the estate of William Done, deceased, between the representatives and the widow. To the widow Mrs. Done: Ceasar, Rose, Beck, Henry; to Tubman Walson: Sylvia; to Sally Done: Augusta; to Henrietta Done: Ibo; to Mary Matilda Margaret Charlotte and John Done; Caroline, Adam, Eve, Elijah.
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Date 29 Jan 1814
Text John Stewart and William Crocket, appraisers, divided the negroes belonging to the estate of John Riggin, deceased between his widow and child as follows, to the widow: Patience, Edward, Isaac, Gatty, Milcah, Anna. To his son John Riggin: Harry, George, Leah, Jane, Martha, Amelia, Mary.
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Date 29 Jan 1814
Text John Stewart and William Crocket, appraisers, divided the negroes belonging to the estate of John Riggin, deceased between his widow and child as follows, to the widow: Patience, Edward, Isaac, Gatty, Milcah, Anna. To his son John Riggin: Harry, George, Leah, Jane, Martha, Amelia, Mary.
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Date Apr Term 1814
Text William Handy, Sr. and James Disharoon are appointed to make a division of negroes belongingn to the estate of Captain James Bennett, deceased, between the widow and children. 26 Apr 1814 negroes divided to the widow: Jack, Job, Lydia & Matty: to Richard Bennett: Levin and Gatty; to Anthony Bennett: big Israel; to Samuel George Washington Bennett: Charles and Maria; to Martha Jane: Milcah, John; the widow to keep old negroes ofno value Hercules and Ibby.
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Date Apr Term 1814
Text William Handy, Sr. and James Disharoon are appointed to make a division of negroes belongingn to the estate of Captain James Bennett, deceased, between the widow and children. 26 Apr 1814 negroes divided to the widow: Jack, Job, Lydia & Matty: to Richard Bennett: Levin and Gatty; to Anthony Bennett: big Israel; to Samuel George Washington Bennett: Charles and Maria; to Martha Jane: Milcah, John; the widow to keep old negroes ofno value Hercules and Ibby.
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Date 5 Mar 1814
Text Whittington King, guardian to William Mitchell, sold negro boy Harry, the property of William Mitchell for $225.
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Date 5 Mar 1814
Text Whittington King, guardian to William Mitchell, sold negro boy Harry, the property of William Mitchell for $225.
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Date 11 Aug 1814
Text John Jones of Benja and George D. Walter reappraised the negroes of Matthew Travis, deceased and made the division as follows: the widow's part: Martha age 39, Unice age 4, Charlotte 8 mos; the children's part: Rheubin age 16, Pompe aged 14, Terrise aged 9, Sarah aged 7.
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Date 11 Aug 1814
Text John Jones of Benja and George D. Walter reappraised the negroes of Matthew Travis, deceased and made the division as follows: the widow's part: Martha age 39, Unice age 4, Charlotte 8 mos; the children's part: Rheubin age 16, Pompe aged 14, Terrise aged 9, Sarah aged 7.
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Date 9 Jan 1814
Text List of negroes divided to the heirs of Henry Handy, deceased; Peggy Handy to have Beck; Nancey Handy to have Jenney; Betsey Handy to have Bob; Charlotty Handy to have George; Joshua R. Handy to have George TW; John Handy to have Jacob; Sally Handy to have charity; Stephen Handy to have Adam. The widow's lot of negroes were Walter, Jeffery, Caleb, Jon, Leah, Vielet.
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Date 9 Jan 1814
Text List of negroes divided to the heirs of Henry Handy, deceased; Peggy Handy to have Beck; Nancey Handy to have Jenney; Betsey Handy to have Bob; Charlotty Handy to have George; Joshua R. Handy to have George TW; John Handy to have Jacob; Sally Handy to have charity; Stephen Handy to have Adam. The widow's lot of negroes were Walter, Jeffery, Caleb, Jon, Leah, Vielet.
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Date Aug Term 1814
Text The orphans court appointed George Jones and Obed [also Obadiah] Stanford appraisers to report ont he real estate of Obed Bailey an orphan in the care of Leah Fooks his guardian. 31 Aug 1814 appraisers report negro George, 2/3s belonging to the orphan valued to L10, one old dwelling house with 2 brick chimneys in bad repair, one old kitchen not worth repairing, one old corn house, old smoke house and barn in bad repair, one old garden in bad repair, fencing in bad repair, 18 acres of woods, annual value one third of the said land L5.
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Date Aug Term 1814
Text The orphans court appointed George Jones and Obed [also Obadiah] Stanford appraisers to report ont he real estate of Obed Bailey an orphan in the care of Leah Fooks his guardian. 31 Aug 1814 appraisers report negro George, 2/3s belonging to the orphan valued to L10, one old dwelling house with 2 brick chimneys in bad repair, one old kitchen not worth repairing, one old corn house, old smoke house and barn in bad repair, one old garden in bad repair, fencing in bad repair, 18 acres of woods, annual value one third of the said land L5.
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Date 12 Dec 1814
Text William Handy, Sr. and Elisha Parker were appointed by the corphans court to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of John Humphriss, deceased, between William Anderson, deceased who intermarried with the widow of the deceased and his infant son. To the son of John Humphriss the following negroes: Dinah aged 40, Ritta aged 40, Ritta age 11, Sarah age 13, Henry age 7 and John aged 6; to William Anderson the following negroes: Sam aged 15 and Harriett aged 2.
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Date 12 Dec 1814
Text William Handy, Sr. and Elisha Parker were appointed by the corphans court to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of John Humphriss, deceased, between William Anderson, deceased who intermarried with the widow of the deceased and his infant son. To the son of John Humphriss the following negroes: Dinah aged 40, Ritta aged 40, Ritta age 11, Sarah age 13, Henry age 7 and John aged 6; to William Anderson the following negroes: Sam aged 15 and Harriett aged 2.
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Date June Term 1814
Text The orphans court appointed William Bounds and John Nelson appraisers to report on the real estate of Sophy Nuttter, orphan in the care of Edward Austin, her guardian. 31 Oct 1814 appraisers report ten negroes: Capril, Spence, Priam, George, David, Frank, Minta, Linen, James and Jesper; a farm barn 24 by 40 feet in bad repair, one old dwelling hosue 20 by 40 feet in very bad repair one old brick kitchen 18 by 20 feet in bad repair, a framed cook house 16 by 18 feet rotten and worm eater, one old milk house 15 by 15 in bad repair, a garden and yard with the paleing and fence very much broken, a granery 18 by 22 feet in tolerable good repair, a corn house 10 by 32 feet in good repair, a carriage house 10 by 22 feet in bead repair, one out house in the farm 16 by 18 feet in tolerable good repair, a very indifferent outside fence, no cross fence nor no partition fence between it and Christopher C. Nutter's farm, 260 apple trees, 350 acres of tillable land and 250 of wood land, annual value of lands and negroes $506.
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Date June Term 1814
Text The orphans court appointed William Bounds and John Nelson appraisers to report on the real estate of Sophy Nuttter, orphan in the care of Edward Austin, her guardian. 31 Oct 1814 appraisers report ten negroes: Capril, Spence, Priam, George, David, Frank, Minta, Linen, James and Jesper; a farm barn 24 by 40 feet in bad repair, one old dwelling hosue 20 by 40 feet in very bad repair one old brick kitchen 18 by 20 feet in bad repair, a framed cook house 16 by 18 feet rotten and worm eater, one old milk house 15 by 15 in bad repair, a garden and yard with the paleing and fence very much broken, a granery 18 by 22 feet in tolerable good repair, a corn house 10 by 32 feet in good repair, a carriage house 10 by 22 feet in bead repair, one out house in the farm 16 by 18 feet in tolerable good repair, a very indifferent outside fence, no cross fence nor no partition fence between it and Christopher C. Nutter's farm, 260 apple trees, 350 acres of tillable land and 250 of wood land, annual value of lands and negroes $506.
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Date June Term 1814
Text The orphans court appointed John Stewart and Zadock Long appraisers to report on the real estate at Robert J.H. King, orphan in the care of Robert J. King his guardian. 2 Sept 1814 appraisers reported slaves Ben, Beck, Milley, Dennwood, Nanny, Isaac, Littleton, Sr., Eli, Hamilton, Leah & Susan, Hetty, Abigail, Levin, Jacob, Levi, Shepherd, Lambert, Lib, Patience, Robin (blind), Shadrick, Simon, Stephen, Sr., Betty, Sarah & 3 children, Patt & 3 children, Isreal, Henry, Stephen, Isaiah, Amos, Sabra, Sall, Esther & 4 children, Lucy & 4 children, Littleton, Jr. and George, the annual value of $316 exclusive of the maintenance and clothing of the old, infirm and young negroes. There is on the plantation on thenorth side of the branch one dwelling house in good repair, one kitchen, one quarter, one barn, one corn house, smoak house, milk house, granary, one necessary, one pailed garden, old apple apple trees, about 4000 pannels fence, annual value $380. There is on theplantationon the south side of the branch 1 good dwelling house, 1 old kitchen, 1 quarter, 1 old barn, one corn house and granary, a number ofold apple trees, 4000 pannels fence, annual value $266 2/3. There is on the plantations called Mitchells 1 dwelling house, 1 log house, 1 corn hosue, 1 smoke house, 1 old barn all sorry, a number of old apple and cherry trees, about 2000 pannels of fence, annual value $80. At Carters there are 2 small houses, annual value $20; There is in Princess Anne, Part Lot No. 11 a dwelling house, 1 smoke house, 1 old barn all sorry, a number of old apple and cherry trees, about 2000 pannels of fence, annual value $80. Part Lot No. 14 red store, annual value $100; part Lot 13 McClemmy's dwelling house and kitchen annual value $30; part lot No. 14 McClemmy's store house and shop annual value $60; a small place on the Devils Island, annual value $8.33, total value of all $1431.
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County Somerset
Date June Term 1814
Text The orphans court appointed John Stewart and Zadock Long appraisers to report on the real estate at Robert J.H. King, orphan in the care of Robert J. King his guardian. 2 Sept 1814 appraisers reported slaves Ben, Beck, Milley, Dennwood, Nanny, Isaac, Littleton, Sr., Eli, Hamilton, Leah & Susan, Hetty, Abigail, Levin, Jacob, Levi, Shepherd, Lambert, Lib, Patience, Robin (blind), Shadrick, Simon, Stephen, Sr., Betty, Sarah & 3 children, Patt & 3 children, Isreal, Henry, Stephen, Isaiah, Amos, Sabra, Sall, Esther & 4 children, Lucy & 4 children, Littleton, Jr. and George, the annual value of $316 exclusive of the maintenance and clothing of the old, infirm and young negroes. There is on the plantation on thenorth side of the branch one dwelling house in good repair, one kitchen, one quarter, one barn, one corn house, smoak house, milk house, granary, one necessary, one pailed garden, old apple apple trees, about 4000 pannels fence, annual value $380. There is on theplantationon the south side of the branch 1 good dwelling house, 1 old kitchen, 1 quarter, 1 old barn, one corn house and granary, a number ofold apple trees, 4000 pannels fence, annual value $266 2/3. There is on the plantations called Mitchells 1 dwelling house, 1 log house, 1 corn hosue, 1 smoke house, 1 old barn all sorry, a number of old apple and cherry trees, about 2000 pannels of fence, annual value $80. At Carters there are 2 small houses, annual value $20; There is in Princess Anne, Part Lot No. 11 a dwelling house, 1 smoke house, 1 old barn all sorry, a number of old apple and cherry trees, about 2000 pannels of fence, annual value $80. Part Lot No. 14 red store, annual value $100; part Lot 13 McClemmy's dwelling house and kitchen annual value $30; part lot No. 14 McClemmy's store house and shop annual value $60; a small place on the Devils Island, annual value $8.33, total value of all $1431.
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Date Dec Term 1814
Text The orphans court appointed William Handy, Sr. and Benjamin Moore appraisers to report on the real estate of William Handy, Sr. and Benjamin Moore appraisers to report on the real estate of William Hamden Doughty Colliar and John Francis Colliar, orphans in the care of William Hopkins their guardian. 13 Feb 1815 appraiser report seven negroes; Tinion, Tom, James, Charles, Jesse, Molley and Vilet, one logged dwelling house 28 by 18 feet in bad repair, 1 kitchen 18 by 16 in tolerable repair, one meat hosue, one barn, one milkhouse, one spring house, one carriage house, and one quarter, the whole of which is very rotten and almost eaten up with worms, 100 old apple trees and a few old peach trees, a garden and yard, railed in part and pailed in part, ditches almost filled up, 100 acres of woods, annual value including negroes and dower of Mrs. Hellena Collier and Mrs. Hopkins $90.
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County Somerset
Date Dec Term 1814
Text The orphans court appointed William Handy, Sr. and Benjamin Moore appraisers to report on the real estate of William Handy, Sr. and Benjamin Moore appraisers to report on the real estate of William Hamden Doughty Colliar and John Francis Colliar, orphans in the care of William Hopkins their guardian. 13 Feb 1815 appraiser report seven negroes; Tinion, Tom, James, Charles, Jesse, Molley and Vilet, one logged dwelling house 28 by 18 feet in bad repair, 1 kitchen 18 by 16 in tolerable repair, one meat hosue, one barn, one milkhouse, one spring house, one carriage house, and one quarter, the whole of which is very rotten and almost eaten up with worms, 100 old apple trees and a few old peach trees, a garden and yard, railed in part and pailed in part, ditches almost filled up, 100 acres of woods, annual value including negroes and dower of Mrs. Hellena Collier and Mrs. Hopkins $90.
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Date 14 Mar 1815
Text Shiles Crockett and George Dashiell were appointed to divide th negroes belonging to the estate of Esther Jones, deceased, among the representatives: Thomas M. Jones: Sewell and Fanny; Maria Harris, daughter of Stephen Harris Olliver and Judy; heirs of Henry Dashiell, Jenny Robe and Comfort.
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County Somerset
Date 14 Mar 1815
Text Shiles Crockett and George Dashiell were appointed to divide th negroes belonging to the estate of Esther Jones, deceased, among the representatives: Thomas M. Jones: Sewell and Fanny; Maria Harris, daughter of Stephen Harris Olliver and Judy; heirs of Henry Dashiell, Jenny Robe and Comfort.
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Date 12 June 1815
Text Isaac M. Adams and William King divided the negroes belonging to the heirs of James Furniss, deceased: to Thomas M. JOnes in right of his wife Elizabeth, negro man Archabel; to William Furniss, boy James; to Margarett Furniss, girl Anne; to Henry J. Carroll Furnissm woman Eve and girl Milcah.
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County Somerset
Date 12 June 1815
Text Isaac M. Adams and William King divided the negroes belonging to the heirs of James Furniss, deceased: to Thomas M. JOnes in right of his wife Elizabeth, negro man Archabel; to William Furniss, boy James; to Margarett Furniss, girl Anne; to Henry J. Carroll Furnissm woman Eve and girl Milcah.
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Date 26 Aug 1815
Text John Wilkins and William A. Schoolfield, justices of the peace, bound out as apprentice John, a free black boy, unto Hector Williams, a free black man, labourer, until said John is age 21.
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County Somerset
Date 26 Aug 1815
Text John Wilkins and William A. Schoolfield, justices of the peace, bound out as apprentice John, a free black boy, unto Hector Williams, a free black man, labourer, until said John is age 21.
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Date 9 May 1815
Text John Leatherbury and Peregrine Weatherly were appointed to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of Charles Rhodes, deceased, between John Stephens and Elizabeth his wife and the children of the said Charles Rhodes. The negroes of Nathan and James Rhodes are considered to be the property of Charles, who survived the other two, they having neither wife nor child. The negroes were divided between John Stephens and Elizabeth his wife and the four children of said Charles Rhodes, deceased. To Rachel Rhodes, Job; To Rachel Rhodes, Job; to Beauchamp Rhodes, Amey and Peter; to Irmes Rhodes, Sam and Sarah Ann; to Sarah Ann Rhodes, William and Settey; to John Stephens and wife's one third part, Harry, and Polly.
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County Somerset
Date 9 May 1815
Text John Leatherbury and Peregrine Weatherly were appointed to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of Charles Rhodes, deceased, between John Stephens and Elizabeth his wife and the children of the said Charles Rhodes. The negroes of Nathan and James Rhodes are considered to be the property of Charles, who survived the other two, they having neither wife nor child. The negroes were divided between John Stephens and Elizabeth his wife and the four children of said Charles Rhodes, deceased. To Rachel Rhodes, Job; To Rachel Rhodes, Job; to Beauchamp Rhodes, Amey and Peter; to Irmes Rhodes, Sam and Sarah Ann; to Sarah Ann Rhodes, William and Settey; to John Stephens and wife's one third part, Harry, and Polly.
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Date 16 Aug 1815
Text Levin Winder and William Done were appointed to divide the personal property of Robert Elzey, deceased between his widow Elizabeth Elzey and the administrators of William G. Waters, deceased. Elizabeth Elzey was assigned Old Beck, Bridget, Tilpha, Lovia and children, Jesse, Robert, Matilda, Nthan, Junior, Hamilton, Patience and children Frederick, Benjamin, Jacob, old Frank, Harry, Ned, Denwood, Isaiah, Hannah, Nancy, Fiffy, Henry, Gatty, Shadrack, Nancy and Beck and various stock. There is a negro woman called Sally who is now in languishing condition and who was not taken by either party, but will remain at the joint expence until she recovers or dies.
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County Somerset
Date 16 Aug 1815
Text Levin Winder and William Done were appointed to divide the personal property of Robert Elzey, deceased between his widow Elizabeth Elzey and the administrators of William G. Waters, deceased. Elizabeth Elzey was assigned Old Beck, Bridget, Tilpha, Lovia and children, Jesse, Robert, Matilda, Nthan, Junior, Hamilton, Patience and children Frederick, Benjamin, Jacob, old Frank, Harry, Ned, Denwood, Isaiah, Hannah, Nancy, Fiffy, Henry, Gatty, Shadrack, Nancy and Beck and various stock. There is a negro woman called Sally who is now in languishing condition and who was not taken by either party, but will remain at the joint expence until she recovers or dies.
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Date 16 Oct 1815
Text S. Crockett and William Russum, justices of the peace, bound out as apprentice with consent of her mother, Siner, a free girl ages 13 on 10 Sept last, unto Johnathan Huffington until said Siner is age 16.
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County Somerset
Date 16 Oct 1815
Text S. Crockett and William Russum, justices of the peace, bound out as apprentice with consent of her mother, Siner, a free girl ages 13 on 10 Sept last, unto Johnathan Huffington until said Siner is age 16.
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Date 18 Oct 1815
Text John H. Bell, William Crockett, justices of the peace, bound out as apprentice an orphan child called Handy, son of a free woman called Sarah, aged 3 years the 8th day of February next, unto Joseph Porter, until said Handy is age 21.
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County Somerset
Date 18 Oct 1815
Text John H. Bell, William Crockett, justices of the peace, bound out as apprentice an orphan child called Handy, son of a free woman called Sarah, aged 3 years the 8th day of February next, unto Joseph Porter, until said Handy is age 21.
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Date Apr Term 1815
Text The orphans court appointed Robert Leatherbury and George Jones Robt appraisers to report on the real estate of Sarah B. Cottman and Joseph Cottman, orphans in the care of Esther Cottman, their gueardian. 27 April 1815 appraisers report slaves Joseph, Levin, Peter, Clem, Huett, Aron, Bale, Nutter, Littleton, Dick, Isaac, Mingo, Jack, Charles, George, Meshack, Simon, Shadrack, Samson, Henry, Daniel, Caleb, Smith, Morris, Bridget, Jane, Led, Lidia, Ross, Flora, Nancy, Maria, Hannah, Elizer, Ebbe, Sarah, Emme, Scharlott, annual value $540. There are on the farm on Wicomico creek one dwelling house story and a half of wood with two brick chimneys in good repair, cook house and collenade in good repair, one new quarter with a stack chimney in good repair two old quarters, one barn in tolerable good repair, a garden and hard in good repair, one old corn house in good repair and there are one old and young apple orchard each, a large peach orchard in decline, 200 acres of the farm in woodland, annual value of two thirds of said farm $220. there are on the farm at Pocomoke one old dwelling house in bad repair, one old quarter in bad repair, one barn in tolerable order, three old wattled gardens in bad repair, apple and peach orchard in bad declining state, annual value of two thirds of the farm at $133.
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County Somerset
Date Apr Term 1815
Text The orphans court appointed Robert Leatherbury and George Jones Robt appraisers to report on the real estate of Sarah B. Cottman and Joseph Cottman, orphans in the care of Esther Cottman, their gueardian. 27 April 1815 appraisers report slaves Joseph, Levin, Peter, Clem, Huett, Aron, Bale, Nutter, Littleton, Dick, Isaac, Mingo, Jack, Charles, George, Meshack, Simon, Shadrack, Samson, Henry, Daniel, Caleb, Smith, Morris, Bridget, Jane, Led, Lidia, Ross, Flora, Nancy, Maria, Hannah, Elizer, Ebbe, Sarah, Emme, Scharlott, annual value $540. There are on the farm on Wicomico creek one dwelling house story and a half of wood with two brick chimneys in good repair, cook house and collenade in good repair, one new quarter with a stack chimney in good repair two old quarters, one barn in tolerable good repair, a garden and hard in good repair, one old corn house in good repair and there are one old and young apple orchard each, a large peach orchard in decline, 200 acres of the farm in woodland, annual value of two thirds of said farm $220. there are on the farm at Pocomoke one old dwelling house in bad repair, one old quarter in bad repair, one barn in tolerable order, three old wattled gardens in bad repair, apple and peach orchard in bad declining state, annual value of two thirds of the farm at $133.
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Date Aug Term 1815
Text William Russusm and Peregrine Weatherly were appointed to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of John Moore of Wm, deceased between the widow and representatives. Mrs. Peggy Moore, since married to Mr. Hope Adams: Jacob, Ben, Harry, Hannah; heirs of Jno Moore, Sally Moore: Peggy, Joe, John; William Moore: Dick; Lucrecia Moore; on half of boy David; Nelly Moore; one half of boy David; Julian Moore; one half of boy Major; Elizabeth Moore, one half of boy Major.
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County Somerset
Date Aug Term 1815
Text William Russusm and Peregrine Weatherly were appointed to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of John Moore of Wm, deceased between the widow and representatives. Mrs. Peggy Moore, since married to Mr. Hope Adams: Jacob, Ben, Harry, Hannah; heirs of Jno Moore, Sally Moore: Peggy, Joe, John; William Moore: Dick; Lucrecia Moore; on half of boy David; Nelly Moore; one half of boy David; Julian Moore; one half of boy Major; Elizabeth Moore, one half of boy Major.
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