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Somerset County Bonds, 1827-1850

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Date 24 Aug 1827
Name Referenced Sally Ann Johnson
Record Type Apprenticeship
Abstract of Record Sally Ann Johnson, free orphan black girl, 10 yo placed with Tubman Mitchell, farmer of Somerst, as apprentice until age 16; to teach her to spin, weave, cook, wash & scower. To give her freedom suit or the value of it in money at close of apprenticeship.
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Date 24 Aug 1827
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:5-6
Name Referenced Sally Ann Johnson
Record Type Apprenticeship
Abstract of Record Sally Ann Johnson, free orphan black girl, 10 yo placed with Tubman Mitchell, farmer of Somerst, as apprentice until age 16; to teach her to spin, weave, cook, wash & scower. To give her freedom suit or the value of it in money at close of apprenticeship.
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Date 20 Sep 1827
Name Referenced Julian Hayman
Record Type Apprenticeship
Abstract of Record Julian Hayman, negro 12 yo on 28 December last, placed as apprentice with James R Hayman, farmer, until she is 16 yo. She to well and truly behave, conduct herself as good & faithful apprentice toward her master. Master to furnish good & sufficient meat, drink, clothes, washing, lodging & other requisites. To be taught spinning, weaving, housework; also to teach her to read & write. When free, to receive suit of clothes worth $4 or cash.
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Date 20 Sep 1827
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:7
Name Referenced Julian Hayman
Record Type Apprenticeship
Abstract of Record Julian Hayman, negro 12 yo on 28 December last, placed as apprentice with James R Hayman, farmer, until she is 16 yo. She to well and truly behave, conduct herself as good & faithful apprentice toward her master. Master to furnish good & sufficient meat, drink, clothes, washing, lodging & other requisites. To be taught spinning, weaving, housework; also to teach her to read & write. When free, to receive suit of clothes worth $4 or cash.
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Date 27 Jul 1827
Name Referenced Philip M Donoho (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division the negroes from estate of Philip M. Donoho, deceased. Total value $800. Divided between widow [Priscilla] & 2 children. Distributions, names & values as follow: To widow: Zadak $250. To Azariah W. Donoho: woman named Francis $300. To William D Donoho; one negro boy named Daniel $250.
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Date 27 Jul 1827
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:17
Name Referenced Philip M Donoho (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division the negroes from estate of Philip M. Donoho, deceased. Total value $800. Divided between widow [Priscilla] & 2 children. Distributions, names & values as follow: To widow: Zadak $250. To Azariah W. Donoho: woman named Francis $300. To William D Donoho; one negro boy named Daniel $250.
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Date 29 Mar 1828
Name Referenced William Turpin (of John)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of William Turpin: Distributions & names follow. To son John Turpin: negro man Ephraim & girl Eliza Ann. To Milcah Ann Sampson: negro man Henry. To Elizabeth Turpin: negro man Jack. Their brother John to pay each $66.66 to make even distribution.
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Date 29 Mar 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:29
Name Referenced William Turpin (of John)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of William Turpin: Distributions & names follow. To son John Turpin: negro man Ephraim & girl Eliza Ann. To Milcah Ann Sampson: negro man Henry. To Elizabeth Turpin: negro man Jack. Their brother John to pay each $66.66 to make even distribution.
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Date 29 Mar 1828
Name Referenced Perry Game
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Indenture between Richard Waller & William S Disharoon (Justices of the Peace of Somerset) of one part and James L Waller of other part: free boy of colour Perry Game 12 yo, son of Charley Game, free man of colour of Somerset, to apprentice to James L Waller until he is 21 yo. To learn skills of waiter; Perry to be provided with meat, drink, physic, clothing, lodging & necessaries. To be taught to read if teachable. To be given suit of clothes worth $12 at end of apprenticeship.
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Date 29 Mar 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:29
Name Referenced Perry Game
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Indenture between Richard Waller & William S Disharoon (Justices of the Peace of Somerset) of one part and James L Waller of other part: free boy of colour Perry Game 12 yo, son of Charley Game, free man of colour of Somerset, to apprentice to James L Waller until he is 21 yo. To learn skills of waiter; Perry to be provided with meat, drink, physic, clothing, lodging & necessaries. To be taught to read if teachable. To be given suit of clothes worth $12 at end of apprenticeship.
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Date 4 Feb 1828
Name Referenced Moses Philip
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Indenture between James L Waller & Jacob W. Bayly (Justices of Peace) & Elijah Christopher establishes apprenticeship of Moses Philips, 16 yo free boy of colour who is grandson of Tamer Lank, free woman of colour of Somerset, with whom living but who has no visible means of supporting boy. To be placed as apprentice with Elijah Christopher to learn skill of working & managing a bay vessel until 21. Moses to be taught to read if teachable and to be provided with sufficient meat, drink, physick, clothing, lodging. At end of term to receive suit of wearing apparel worth $16.
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Date 4 Feb 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:31
Name Referenced Moses Philip
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Indenture between James L Waller & Jacob W. Bayly (Justices of Peace) & Elijah Christopher establishes apprenticeship of Moses Philips, 16 yo free boy of colour who is grandson of Tamer Lank, free woman of colour of Somerset, with whom living but who has no visible means of supporting boy. To be placed as apprentice with Elijah Christopher to learn skill of working & managing a bay vessel until 21. Moses to be taught to read if teachable and to be provided with sufficient meat, drink, physick, clothing, lodging. At end of term to receive suit of wearing apparel worth $16.
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Date 13 May 1828
Name Referenced Thomas Ballard
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of Thomas Ballard, deceased. To widow: negro George value $250. To Arnold H.Ballard: negro Benjamin value $00 being old, negro Stephen value $300, Toby value $200. Ballard to pay widow $83.33 1/3. To Edward J.Ballard: negro Levin value $250 & negro Robert value $250. Edward J. Ballard to pay widow $83.33 1/3.
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Date 13 May 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:34
Name Referenced Thomas Ballard
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of Thomas Ballard, deceased. To widow: negro George value $250. To Arnold H.Ballard: negro Benjamin value $00 being old, negro Stephen value $300, Toby value $200. Ballard to pay widow $83.33 1/3. To Edward J.Ballard: negro Levin value $250 & negro Robert value $250. Edward J. Ballard to pay widow $83.33 1/3.
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Date 18 May 1827
Name Referenced Charles Rhodes (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Divsion of negroes from estate of Charles Rhodes, deceased. Total value $940 to be divided among four reprentatives: Beauchamp, Rachel, James and Sarah Ann Roads, equal proportion of $235 each. Distributions and names, & values follow. To Beachamp: one negro man named Bill. To Rachel: one negro man named Peter value $300 & negro woman Amey value $10. To James: negro girl Letty value $220. To Sarah Ann Rhodes: negro girl Sarah valued $210. Monies exchanged among heirs to balane values.
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Date 18 May 1827
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:35
Name Referenced Charles Rhodes (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Divsion of negroes from estate of Charles Rhodes, deceased. Total value $940 to be divided among four reprentatives: Beauchamp, Rachel, James and Sarah Ann Roads, equal proportion of $235 each. Distributions and names, & values follow. To Beachamp: one negro man named Bill. To Rachel: one negro man named Peter value $300 & negro woman Amey value $10. To James: negro girl Letty value $220. To Sarah Ann Rhodes: negro girl Sarah valued $210. Monies exchanged among heirs to balane values.
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Date 16 May 1828
Name Referenced Josiah Bayly
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Josiah Bayly, cullerd [coloured] orphan child 12 yo on 5 August on last year; apprenticed to Cato Brown, free man of cullar, a farmer until Josiah is 21 yo. To be taught farming.
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Date 16 May 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:36
Name Referenced Josiah Bayly
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Josiah Bayly, cullerd [coloured] orphan child 12 yo on 5 August on last year; apprenticed to Cato Brown, free man of cullar, a farmer until Josiah is 21 yo. To be taught farming.
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Date 16 May 1828
Name Referenced Nancy, alias Sarah Bayly
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Nancy, alias Sarah Bayly, orphan child of cullar [colour] 10 yo on 24 June next, apprenticed to Cato Brown, free man of cullar, a farmer, until she is 16 yo . To learn the art of housework.
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Date 16 May 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:36
Name Referenced Nancy, alias Sarah Bayly
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Nancy, alias Sarah Bayly, orphan child of cullar [colour] 10 yo on 24 June next, apprenticed to Cato Brown, free man of cullar, a farmer, until she is 16 yo . To learn the art of housework.
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Date 16 May 1828
Name Referenced William Bayly
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record William Bayly, orphan child of cullar [colour] 5 yo on 8 Mar last, apprenticed to Cato Brown, farmer, a free man of cullar until age 21. To learn farming.
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Date 16 May 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:36
Name Referenced William Bayly
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record William Bayly, orphan child of cullar [colour] 5 yo on 8 Mar last, apprenticed to Cato Brown, farmer, a free man of cullar until age 21. To learn farming.
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Date 16 May 1828
Name Referenced James Bayly
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record James Bayly, cullerd [coloured] orphan child 17 yo on 9 Aug next. Apprenticed to Cato Brown, free man of cullar, farmer until age 21. to learn farming
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Date 16 May 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:36-37
Name Referenced James Bayly
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record James Bayly, cullerd [coloured] orphan child 17 yo on 9 Aug next. Apprenticed to Cato Brown, free man of cullar, farmer until age 21. to learn farming
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Date 16 May 1828
Name Referenced Phebe Bayly
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Phebe Baybe, orphan girl of cullar [colour], 7 yo on 19 Jan last, apprenticed until 16 yo to Cato Brown, farmer, free man of cullar. To learn the art of common house work.
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Date 16 May 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:37
Name Referenced Phebe Bayly
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Phebe Baybe, orphan girl of cullar [colour], 7 yo on 19 Jan last, apprenticed until 16 yo to Cato Brown, farmer, free man of cullar. To learn the art of common house work.
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Date 3 May 1828
Name Referenced James Pinket
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record With the consent of his grandmother Patience Hinton, negro James Pinket 10 yo on 15 Jun 1827 last, apprenticed to William Game [likely free black], a farmer. He should be taught to read the Scriptures and to learn craft of farmng in the different branches thereof. When free, to receive suit of clothes worth $8 or that amount in current money which apprentice may choose.
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Date 3 May 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:37
Name Referenced James Pinket
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record With the consent of his grandmother Patience Hinton, negro James Pinket 10 yo on 15 Jun 1827 last, apprenticed to William Game [likely free black], a farmer. He should be taught to read the Scriptures and to learn craft of farmng in the different branches thereof. When free, to receive suit of clothes worth $8 or that amount in current money which apprentice may choose.
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Date 10 Jun 1828
Name Referenced John Smith
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John, son of Sarah Williams, free negro 10 yo on 10 October last, apprenticed to Winder Cannon until 21 yo. To receive 6 mos schooling and when free to receive suit of clothes worth $15 or that sum in current money.
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Date 10 Jun 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:37
Name Referenced John Smith
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John, son of Sarah Williams, free negro 10 yo on 10 October last, apprenticed to Winder Cannon until 21 yo. To receive 6 mos schooling and when free to receive suit of clothes worth $15 or that sum in current money.
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Date 24 Jun 1828
Name Referenced John, son of Sarah Williams
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John, orphan boy yo on 10 October last , son of Sarah Williams, free negro, apprenticed to Winder Cannon until 21 yo.
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Date 24 Jun 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:37-38
Name Referenced John, son of Sarah Williams
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John, orphan boy yo on 10 October last , son of Sarah Williams, free negro, apprenticed to Winder Cannon until 21 yo.
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Date 24 Jun 1828
Name Referenced John Dashiell
Record Type Bond
Abstract of Record Sarah Dashiell, George Aires & Henry Nutter as administrators of John Dashiell's estate, negro, deceased. Sarah put up bond of $300.
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Date 24 Jun 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:40
Name Referenced John Dashiell
Record Type Bond
Abstract of Record Sarah Dashiell, George Aires & Henry Nutter as administrators of John Dashiell's estate, negro, deceased. Sarah put up bond of $300.
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Date 26 Aug 1828
Name Referenced Alford Reed
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Alford Reed, orphan cullered [coloured] child 7 yo on 1 June last, apprenticed with consent of his mother to George Parker, until 21 yo. To learn art of farming in the different branches thereof. To receive suit of clothes worth $8 or cash at end of term.
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Date 26 Aug 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:42
Name Referenced Alford Reed
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Alford Reed, orphan cullered [coloured] child 7 yo on 1 June last, apprenticed with consent of his mother to George Parker, until 21 yo. To learn art of farming in the different branches thereof. To receive suit of clothes worth $8 or cash at end of term.
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Date 16 Aug 1828
Name Referenced Mary Waters
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Mary Waters, free negro 10 yo on 1 Aug 1828, apprenticed, with consent of mother, to Margaret T Boston until 16 yo. To be taught different branches of spinning, weaving, kintting & sewing; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $7 or sum in cash.
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Date 16 Aug 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:45
Name Referenced Mary Waters
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Mary Waters, free negro 10 yo on 1 Aug 1828, apprenticed, with consent of mother, to Margaret T Boston until 16 yo. To be taught different branches of spinning, weaving, kintting & sewing; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $7 or sum in cash.
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Date 16 Aug 1828
Name Referenced David Gale
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record David Gale, free negro 9 yo on 20 next Dec., with consent of mother, apprenticed to Margaret Boston until 21 yo. To be taught art of farming in the different branches thereof; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $10 or that sum in money.
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Date 16 Aug 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:45
Name Referenced David Gale
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record David Gale, free negro 9 yo on 20 next Dec., with consent of mother, apprenticed to Margaret Boston until 21 yo. To be taught art of farming in the different branches thereof; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $10 or that sum in money.
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Date 16 Aug 1828
Name Referenced Risdon Haynie
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Risdon Haynie, a colored boy, an orphan, 12 yo on 1 Jan last, apprenticed to Levin Hearn, a coloured man, until 21 yo. To learn farming business; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $12 or that sum in current money.
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Date 16 Aug 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:45-46
Name Referenced Risdon Haynie
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Risdon Haynie, a colored boy, an orphan, 12 yo on 1 Jan last, apprenticed to Levin Hearn, a coloured man, until 21 yo. To learn farming business; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $12 or that sum in current money.
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Date 1 Sep 1828
Name Referenced James Jacobs
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record James Jacobs, negro boy 11 yo on 17 Mar last, son of Hetty Jacobs, apprenticed to William Perkins, farmer, until age 21. Mother doesn't have means of supporting. To learn art or business of farming.
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Date 1 Sep 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:46
Name Referenced James Jacobs
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record James Jacobs, negro boy 11 yo on 17 Mar last, son of Hetty Jacobs, apprenticed to William Perkins, farmer, until age 21. Mother doesn't have means of supporting. To learn art or business of farming.
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Date 1 Sep 1828
Name Referenced Jackson Jacobs
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Jackson Jacobs, negro boy 8 yo on 5 day last of ?, son of Hetty Jacobs, apprenticed to William Perkins, farmer, until 21 yo. Mother doesn't have means of supporting. To learn art & business of farming.
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Date 1 Sep 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:46
Name Referenced Jackson Jacobs
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Jackson Jacobs, negro boy 8 yo on 5 day last of ?, son of Hetty Jacobs, apprenticed to William Perkins, farmer, until 21 yo. Mother doesn't have means of supporting. To learn art & business of farming.
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Date 14 Oct 1828
Name Referenced Eliza Logg
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Eliza Logg, orphan child 10 yo on 15 Aug 1828, with consent of mother, Fanny Logy, apprenticed to Samuel Tull, negro famer,until 16 yo. When free to receive suit of clothes worth $6 or sum in current money.
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Date 14 Oct 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:48
Name Referenced Eliza Logg
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Eliza Logg, orphan child 10 yo on 15 Aug 1828, with consent of mother, Fanny Logy, apprenticed to Samuel Tull, negro famer,until 16 yo. When free to receive suit of clothes worth $6 or sum in current money.
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Date 29 Oct 1828
Name Referenced Mary Cuff
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Mary Cuff, illegitimate child of colour 10 yo on 29 Oct 1828, with consent of mother, apprenticed to Robert Dashiell until 16 yo. To learn business of house servant; when free to receive suit of clothing worth $8 or that sum in current money.
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Date 29 Oct 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:52-53
Name Referenced Mary Cuff
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Mary Cuff, illegitimate child of colour 10 yo on 29 Oct 1828, with consent of mother, apprenticed to Robert Dashiell until 16 yo. To learn business of house servant; when free to receive suit of clothing worth $8 or that sum in current money.
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Date 6 Jan 1829
Name Referenced Wesley James Joshua Watters
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Wesley James Joshua Watters, free boy of colour, 15 yo on 29 Dec 1828, son of Amy Watters, free woman of color of indigent circumsytance with whom he lives & appears to have no visible means of suport, is apprenticed to Levin W. Disharoon. To learn skill of pulling and cutting fur for the use of hatters until age 21; at end of term to receive suit of apparel worth $15.
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Date 6 Jan 1829
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:54-55
Name Referenced Wesley James Joshua Watters
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Wesley James Joshua Watters, free boy of colour, 15 yo on 29 Dec 1828, son of Amy Watters, free woman of color of indigent circumsytance with whom he lives & appears to have no visible means of suport, is apprenticed to Levin W. Disharoon. To learn skill of pulling and cutting fur for the use of hatters until age 21; at end of term to receive suit of apparel worth $15.
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Date 23 Dec 1828
Name Referenced Isaac W. Connor (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of Isaac W. Connor, deceased. Distribution, names & value follow. To widow: Milcah $150 (value), Mida $100, Harry $160, Nancy 100, Grace $50, Isaac $15; total $575. To: Henry C. Connors: Esther $175, James $120, Walter $80, Tamer $125, Sarah $35, Mary $30; total $565
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Date 23 Dec 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:55-56
Name Referenced Isaac W. Connor (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of Isaac W. Connor, deceased. Distribution, names & value follow. To widow: Milcah $150 (value), Mida $100, Harry $160, Nancy 100, Grace $50, Isaac $15; total $575. To: Henry C. Connors: Esther $175, James $120, Walter $80, Tamer $125, Sarah $35, Mary $30; total $565
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Date 26 Dec 1828
Name Referenced John C. Stewart (estate)
Record Type Divison of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of John C. Stewart, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To Elizabeth Stewart, widow: Saul, Josiah, Lizzy, Benjamin & Charlotte, total value: $420. To Henry I Riggin & wife: Isaac $280. To Mary Stuart: John Senr Value $305. Money to be paid to Elizabeth Stewart, her sister to balance distribution.
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Date 26 Dec 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:56
Name Referenced John C. Stewart (estate)
Record Type Divison of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of John C. Stewart, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To Elizabeth Stewart, widow: Saul, Josiah, Lizzy, Benjamin & Charlotte, total value: $420. To Henry I Riggin & wife: Isaac $280. To Mary Stuart: John Senr Value $305. Money to be paid to Elizabeth Stewart, her sister to balance distribution.
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Date 23 Jan 1829
Name Referenced Betsey
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Negro girl, Betsey, 9 yrs 5 months old, with consent of father, Levin Gale,free negro, apprenticed to William Catlin of Nehemiah until 16 yo. To be taught spinning, weaving, washing & kniting.
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Date 23 Jan 1829
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:59
Name Referenced Betsey
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Negro girl, Betsey, 9 yrs 5 months old, with consent of father, Levin Gale,free negro, apprenticed to William Catlin of Nehemiah until 16 yo. To be taught spinning, weaving, washing & kniting.
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Date 27 Feb 1829
Name Referenced Emory Sudler (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of Emory Sudler, deceased. Total value $1095. Children of deceased & disbursements, names & values follow. To George Davy & Martha, his wife: negro woman Charlotte (value $200). To William D. Sudler: negroes Beck, John & Susan. To John D. Sudler: negroes James, Nancy, George. To Emma F. Sudler: negroes Levin, Henry. Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values.
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Date 27 Feb 1829
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:62
Name Referenced Emory Sudler (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of Emory Sudler, deceased. Total value $1095. Children of deceased & disbursements, names & values follow. To George Davy & Martha, his wife: negro woman Charlotte (value $200). To William D. Sudler: negroes Beck, John & Susan. To John D. Sudler: negroes James, Nancy, George. To Emma F. Sudler: negroes Levin, Henry. Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values.
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Date 19 May 1829
Name Referenced Estate of minors Eliza Ann Todd, Alexander H. Todd & Robert S. Todd
Record Type Appraise value of estate including Negroes
Abstract of Record Minors (Eliza Ann Todd, Alexander H. Todd & Robert S. Todd in hands of guardian, George Todd. Estate includes slaves, working beasts, stock & utensils belonging to estate & to be leased with the land. Farm called the Austin Farm, farm called The Corkland New Havin, 2 lots & improvements in Salisbury, half part of Tavern. Negroes: man Caleb ($30 value), boy Charles ($30), boy Jacob ($30), boy Jacob ($30), boy George ($30), woman Patience ($5), infant Sally ($5.) Total $168.33 1/3
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Date 19 May 1829
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8: 72
Name Referenced Estate of minors Eliza Ann Todd, Alexander H. Todd & Robert S. Todd
Record Type Appraise value of estate including Negroes
Abstract of Record Minors (Eliza Ann Todd, Alexander H. Todd & Robert S. Todd in hands of guardian, George Todd. Estate includes slaves, working beasts, stock & utensils belonging to estate & to be leased with the land. Farm called the Austin Farm, farm called The Corkland New Havin, 2 lots & improvements in Salisbury, half part of Tavern. Negroes: man Caleb ($30 value), boy Charles ($30), boy Jacob ($30), boy Jacob ($30), boy George ($30), woman Patience ($5), infant Sally ($5.) Total $168.33 1/3
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Date 26 May 1829
Name Referenced Betty Ann Game
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Betty Ann Game, illegitimate child 7 yo, on 8 May next [likely free black], with consent of mother Hetty Ann Game, apprenticed to Nathaniel M Vincent until 16 yo. To learn housework; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $7 or that sum in current money.
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Date 26 May 1829
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:73
Name Referenced Betty Ann Game
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Betty Ann Game, illegitimate child 7 yo, on 8 May next [likely free black], with consent of mother Hetty Ann Game, apprenticed to Nathaniel M Vincent until 16 yo. To learn housework; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $7 or that sum in current money.
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Date 23 Jun 1829
Name Referenced John Henry King
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John Henry King, illegitimate negro child 10 yo on 2 May last, apprenticed, with consent of mother, to Stephen Shepherd, boot & shoe maker until 21 yo. To learn trade of boot & shoe making; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $8 or same in current money.
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Date 23 Jun 1829
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:77
Name Referenced John Henry King
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John Henry King, illegitimate negro child 10 yo on 2 May last, apprenticed, with consent of mother, to Stephen Shepherd, boot & shoe maker until 21 yo. To learn trade of boot & shoe making; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $8 or same in current money.
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Date 14 Jul 1829
Name Referenced Jesse Peters
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Jesse Peters, black boy 8 yo on 3 July 1829, with consent of mother Jane Peters, apprenticed to James Smith. To learn art, trade & mystery of farming until 21yo; at end of term to receive suit of clothes worth $5.
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Date 14 Jul 1829
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:77-78
Name Referenced Jesse Peters
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Jesse Peters, black boy 8 yo on 3 July 1829, with consent of mother Jane Peters, apprenticed to James Smith. To learn art, trade & mystery of farming until 21yo; at end of term to receive suit of clothes worth $5.
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Date 26 Jun 1829
Name Referenced Nancy Seabreeze
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Nancy Seabreeze, orphan (no parents living) female mollato child 8 yo on 12 July last, apprenticed to Sally Gillis, wife of Thomas Gillis, until 16 yo. To learn art of house business; to receive good suit of clothes when free.
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Date 26 Jun 1829
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:78
Name Referenced Nancy Seabreeze
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Nancy Seabreeze, orphan (no parents living) female mollato child 8 yo on 12 July last, apprenticed to Sally Gillis, wife of Thomas Gillis, until 16 yo. To learn art of house business; to receive good suit of clothes when free.
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Date 26 Jun 1829
Name Referenced William Horseman
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record William Horseman, orphan mollato [mulatto] child 10 yo on 15 this month, apprenticed to Thomas Gillis, farmer until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes.
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Date 26 Jun 1829
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:78
Name Referenced William Horseman
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record William Horseman, orphan mollato [mulatto] child 10 yo on 15 this month, apprenticed to Thomas Gillis, farmer until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes.
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Date 14 Dec 1829
Name Referenced Harriet Dixson
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Harriet Dixson, negro 7 yo on 28 July 1829, with consent of her father & mother, apprenticed to Isaac Nichols until 16 yo. To learn the trade of shoe binding and house work; to receive suit of clothes worth $2 or cash when free.
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Date 14 Dec 1829
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:97
Name Referenced Harriet Dixson
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Harriet Dixson, negro 7 yo on 28 July 1829, with consent of her father & mother, apprenticed to Isaac Nichols until 16 yo. To learn the trade of shoe binding and house work; to receive suit of clothes worth $2 or cash when free.
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Date 23 Feb 1830
Name Referenced Samuel [no last name]
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Samuel, black boy 19 yo on 28 instant apprenticed to James Tyler until 21 yo. [ No trade mentioned to learn nor anything to earn at end of apprenticeship.]
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Date 23 Feb 1830
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:97
Name Referenced Samuel [no last name]
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Samuel, black boy 19 yo on 28 instant apprenticed to James Tyler until 21 yo. [ No trade mentioned to learn nor anything to earn at end of apprenticeship.]
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Date 12 Jan 1830
Name Referenced William Macera
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record William Macera, black boy, 12 yo on 25 Dec last, apprenticed to Littleton Hayman until 21 yo. To learn trade of boating business in the Chesapeake; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $10 or that amount in cash.
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Date 12 Jan 1830
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:97-98
Name Referenced William Macera
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record William Macera, black boy, 12 yo on 25 Dec last, apprenticed to Littleton Hayman until 21 yo. To learn trade of boating business in the Chesapeake; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $10 or that amount in cash.
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Date 1 Jan 1830
Name Referenced Nancy
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Nancy, negro [denoted in mark of her "signature"] voluntarily and with the consent of her parents, apprentices herself to James Tyler for 2 years. She is not to absent herself from master's service without his leave. Occupation and age are not mentioned in record.
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Date 1 Jan 1830
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:103
Name Referenced Nancy
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Nancy, negro [denoted in mark of her "signature"] voluntarily and with the consent of her parents, apprentices herself to James Tyler for 2 years. She is not to absent herself from master's service without his leave. Occupation and age are not mentioned in record.
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Date 20 April 1830
Name Referenced Samuel Heath (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Divison of negroes belonging to estate of Samuel Heath, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To David Barkley: negro Adam (value $140). To Maria Heath: negro Esther & child ($231). To Charlotte Heath: negro George ($177). To Joseph Barkley: no entry ($00.00). Values exceed original valuation by $8 & since Joseph rec'd no negroes, others owe him the difference.
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Date 20 April 1830
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:108
Name Referenced Samuel Heath (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Divison of negroes belonging to estate of Samuel Heath, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To David Barkley: negro Adam (value $140). To Maria Heath: negro Esther & child ($231). To Charlotte Heath: negro George ($177). To Joseph Barkley: no entry ($00.00). Values exceed original valuation by $8 & since Joseph rec'd no negroes, others owe him the difference.
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Date 18 May 1830
Name Referenced James Jones (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Leah Jones, now Leah Ruckle, administratix of James Jones, has exhibited account for board & clothes of the orphan children of the deceased to an amount considerably beyond the profit of the estate. Plus, 2 negro children have been born since the death of the deceased, & raised at expense of administor. Court has ordered that the persons appointed to make division of negroes should allott and pay to administratrix those negro children as remuneration for the money disbursed in raising them & in boarding & educating the children of the deceased. Other distributions, names & values follow. Also given to the widow: negro man Bob aged 43 years (value $200), negro woman Leah 27 yo ($200), & negro girl Sophiah 5 yo ($100) Total $500. To Gertrude Jones, daughter of the deceased: negro boy Robert 8 yo ($150). To Sarah Ann Jones: daughter of deceased: negro girl Lovey 9 yo ($150). To Elmira Jones, daughter of deceased: negro boy Spencer 19 yo ($300). Estimated value of negroes $1225, making each child['s part $255.20 3/4 . Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values.
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Date 18 May 1830
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:110-111
Name Referenced James Jones (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Leah Jones, now Leah Ruckle, administratix of James Jones, has exhibited account for board & clothes of the orphan children of the deceased to an amount considerably beyond the profit of the estate. Plus, 2 negro children have been born since the death of the deceased, & raised at expense of administor. Court has ordered that the persons appointed to make division of negroes should allott and pay to administratrix those negro children as remuneration for the money disbursed in raising them & in boarding & educating the children of the deceased. Other distributions, names & values follow. Also given to the widow: negro man Bob aged 43 years (value $200), negro woman Leah 27 yo ($200), & negro girl Sophiah 5 yo ($100) Total $500. To Gertrude Jones, daughter of the deceased: negro boy Robert 8 yo ($150). To Sarah Ann Jones: daughter of deceased: negro girl Lovey 9 yo ($150). To Elmira Jones, daughter of deceased: negro boy Spencer 19 yo ($300). Estimated value of negroes $1225, making each child['s part $255.20 3/4 . Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values.
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Date 19 May 1830
Name Referenced Louisa Somers
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Louisa Somers, mulatto, 12 yo on 1 Mar 1830, apprenticed to George Drura until 18 yo. To learn trade of female waiter; to recieve a freedom suit of clothes worth $4 or that amount in cash when free.
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Date 19 May 1830
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:111-112
Name Referenced Louisa Somers
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Louisa Somers, mulatto, 12 yo on 1 Mar 1830, apprenticed to George Drura until 18 yo. To learn trade of female waiter; to recieve a freedom suit of clothes worth $4 or that amount in cash when free.
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Date 20 May 1830
Name Referenced William Tull (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of William Tull, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To Martha Tull: negro girl Henney (value $100) upon paying Hetty Tull , the widow, $35. To Sally Tull: negro girl Mary ($65). To Emeley Tull: negro woman Vilot ($225) upon paying Hetty $165. To Thomas Tull: 2 negro boys John & Davy (75) upon paying Hetty $10. To John E. Tull: negro girl Ann ($120) upon paying Hetty $55. To Somerfield Tull: negro Bob ($195) upon paying William Tull ($65) & paying Eliza Tull $65. Other payments among family stated in original.
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Date 20 May 1830
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:113
Name Referenced William Tull (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of William Tull, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To Martha Tull: negro girl Henney (value $100) upon paying Hetty Tull , the widow, $35. To Sally Tull: negro girl Mary ($65). To Emeley Tull: negro woman Vilot ($225) upon paying Hetty $165. To Thomas Tull: 2 negro boys John & Davy (75) upon paying Hetty $10. To John E. Tull: negro girl Ann ($120) upon paying Hetty $55. To Somerfield Tull: negro Bob ($195) upon paying William Tull ($65) & paying Eliza Tull $65. Other payments among family stated in original.
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Date 9 Jul 1830
Name Referenced Charles
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Charles, negro boy 16 yo on 24 May 1830, apprenticed to James N. Dashiell until 21 yo. To learn mariners occupation; to receive suit of clothes worth $20 or that amount in current money.
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Date 9 Jul 1830
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:118-119
Name Referenced Charles
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Charles, negro boy 16 yo on 24 May 1830, apprenticed to James N. Dashiell until 21 yo. To learn mariners occupation; to receive suit of clothes worth $20 or that amount in current money.
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Date 11 Nov 1828
Name Referenced John Kellum (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of John Kellum, deceased. At house of widow, total value $600. Distributions, names & values follow. To widow: girl Maria 17 yo $225 value. To Charlotte, daughter of deceased, who married Samuel Pollitt: negro woman Esther 51 yo $ 50 value, girl Elizabeth 5 yo $60, boy Daniel 3 yo $50 T $160. To Edward, son of deceased, negro boy Marten 13 yo $215.
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Date 11 Nov 1828
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:123
Name Referenced John Kellum (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of John Kellum, deceased. At house of widow, total value $600. Distributions, names & values follow. To widow: girl Maria 17 yo $225 value. To Charlotte, daughter of deceased, who married Samuel Pollitt: negro woman Esther 51 yo $ 50 value, girl Elizabeth 5 yo $60, boy Daniel 3 yo $50 T $160. To Edward, son of deceased, negro boy Marten 13 yo $215.
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Date 11 Jan 1831
Name Referenced Joseph Howard (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of Joseph Howard. Distributions, names & values follow. To Samuel Philips: Isaac value $175. To Mrs. Howard, widow of deceased: Eliza $150 value, John $150 value. To Zipporah Howard: Leah $440 value. To Elizabeth Howard: Margaret $100. To Beacham Howard: Ibba $20. Total $735.
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Date 11 Jan 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:130-131
Name Referenced Joseph Howard (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of Joseph Howard. Distributions, names & values follow. To Samuel Philips: Isaac value $175. To Mrs. Howard, widow of deceased: Eliza $150 value, John $150 value. To Zipporah Howard: Leah $440 value. To Elizabeth Howard: Margaret $100. To Beacham Howard: Ibba $20. Total $735.
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Date 11 Jan 1831
Name Referenced Samuel Tull (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of Samuel Tull, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To widow: negro man Jacob $240 value, negro man Nace $300, woman Nancy $5 , woman Sarah value $250. She to pay Samuel Tull $153.33 1/3 & to pay Mary F. Tull $1.66 2/3. To Betsy Tull: negro man George & she to pay Mary F. Tull $26. 2/3. To Caroline: negro man Sacker & to pay Juley A. Tull $26.66 2/3. To Henry Tull: negro boy George & she to pay Mary F. Tull $86. 66 2/3. To Juley A. Tull: negro girl Charlotte & to receive $63. 33 1/3 from Caroline Tull Junr. To Mary F. Tull: negro girl Harriott & to receive $23. 33 1/3 from Caroline Tull Junr. & & $86.66 2/3 from Henry Tull & $26.66 2/3 from Betsy Tull & from Mrs. Caroline Tull $1.66 2/3. To Samuel Tull: negro boy Isaac & from Mrs. Caroline Tull $153.33.
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Date 11 Jan 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:132-133
Name Referenced Samuel Tull (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of Samuel Tull, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To widow: negro man Jacob $240 value, negro man Nace $300, woman Nancy $5 , woman Sarah value $250. She to pay Samuel Tull $153.33 1/3 & to pay Mary F. Tull $1.66 2/3. To Betsy Tull: negro man George & she to pay Mary F. Tull $26. 2/3. To Caroline: negro man Sacker & to pay Juley A. Tull $26.66 2/3. To Henry Tull: negro boy George & she to pay Mary F. Tull $86. 66 2/3. To Juley A. Tull: negro girl Charlotte & to receive $63. 33 1/3 from Caroline Tull Junr. To Mary F. Tull: negro girl Harriott & to receive $23. 33 1/3 from Caroline Tull Junr. & & $86.66 2/3 from Henry Tull & $26.66 2/3 from Betsy Tull & from Mrs. Caroline Tull $1.66 2/3. To Samuel Tull: negro boy Isaac & from Mrs. Caroline Tull $153.33.
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Date 1 Mar 1831
Name Referenced John [no surname given]
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record John, free coloured boy, 4 yo, child of Caroline, free negro who doesn't have means to support her children. With her consent John is apprenticed to live with & serve I. B. Brinkley until 21 yo. No occupation stated; to receive freedom suit of clothes at end of term.
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Date 1 Mar 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:136
Name Referenced John [no surname given]
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record John, free coloured boy, 4 yo, child of Caroline, free negro who doesn't have means to support her children. With her consent John is apprenticed to live with & serve I. B. Brinkley until 21 yo. No occupation stated; to receive freedom suit of clothes at end of term.
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Date 1 Mar 1831
Name Referenced Milly
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Milly, free coloured girl 2 yo child of Caroline, free negro who doesn't have means to support her children. With her consent Milly is apprenticed to live with and serve I. B. Brinkley until 1 Oct 1840 when she will be 18 yo. No occupation stated; to receive freedom suit of clothes at end of term.
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Date 1 Mar 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:136
Name Referenced Milly
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Milly, free coloured girl 2 yo child of Caroline, free negro who doesn't have means to support her children. With her consent Milly is apprenticed to live with and serve I. B. Brinkley until 1 Oct 1840 when she will be 18 yo. No occupation stated; to receive freedom suit of clothes at end of term.
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Date 1 Mar 1831
Name Referenced Henry Jacobs
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Henry Jacobs, orphan mulatto,7 yo on 25 Nov last, apprenticed to Robert J Henry until 21 yo. To learn art of farmng; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $5 or that sum in current money.
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Date 1 Mar 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:137
Name Referenced Henry Jacobs
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Henry Jacobs, orphan mulatto,7 yo on 25 Nov last, apprenticed to Robert J Henry until 21 yo. To learn art of farmng; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $5 or that sum in current money.
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Date 1 Mar 1831
Name Referenced Eliza Jacobs
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Eliza Jacobs, orphan mulatto, 10 yo on 28 December last, apprenticed to Robert J Henry until 18 yo. To learn art or trade of house work; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $5 or that sum in current money.
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Date 1 Mar 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:137
Name Referenced Eliza Jacobs
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Eliza Jacobs, orphan mulatto, 10 yo on 28 December last, apprenticed to Robert J Henry until 18 yo. To learn art or trade of house work; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $5 or that sum in current money.
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Date 18 May 1831
Name Referenced Sarah Handy
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Sarah Handy, free born negro girl orphan, 13 yo, apprenticed to George McDorman Junior until 16 yo. To learn house work, cooking and such a negroe ought to do in their place; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $4 or that sum in current money.
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Date 18 May 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:149
Name Referenced Sarah Handy
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Sarah Handy, free born negro girl orphan, 13 yo, apprenticed to George McDorman Junior until 16 yo. To learn house work, cooking and such a negroe ought to do in their place; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $4 or that sum in current money.
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Date 17 Jan 1832
Name Referenced David Gunby (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Divison of negroes belonging to estate of David Gunby, deceased. Distribution, names & values follow. To widow: boy Saul (value $250), girl Maria ($75), girl Case ($45), girl Eliza ($25), man Caleb 78 yo ($1), total $496. To Elizabeth K. Gunby & Francis A. Gunby: woman Polly ($250), girl Sarah ($60), total $310. To Mary I Gunby & Caroline A. Gunby: boy Henry ($350). To John W. Gunby & William H. Gunby & Stephen D. Gunby: man Abraham ($350). Total of all $1500.
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Date 17 Jan 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:175
Name Referenced David Gunby (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Divison of negroes belonging to estate of David Gunby, deceased. Distribution, names & values follow. To widow: boy Saul (value $250), girl Maria ($75), girl Case ($45), girl Eliza ($25), man Caleb 78 yo ($1), total $496. To Elizabeth K. Gunby & Francis A. Gunby: woman Polly ($250), girl Sarah ($60), total $310. To Mary I Gunby & Caroline A. Gunby: boy Henry ($350). To John W. Gunby & William H. Gunby & Stephen D. Gunby: man Abraham ($350). Total of all $1500.
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Date 14 Nov 1831
Name Referenced John Tyler
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John Tyler, coloured orphan child 8 yo on 31 Oct last, apprenticed to William Wilson, shoemaker, until 21 yo. To learn trade of shoemaking; when free to receive a set of bench tools & suit of clothes worth $15 or that sum in current money.
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Date 14 Nov 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:180
Name Referenced John Tyler
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John Tyler, coloured orphan child 8 yo on 31 Oct last, apprenticed to William Wilson, shoemaker, until 21 yo. To learn trade of shoemaking; when free to receive a set of bench tools & suit of clothes worth $15 or that sum in current money.
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Date 24 Jan 1832
Name Referenced Stephen Henry Collins
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Stephen Henry Collins, illegitimate child of colour, 4 yo, apprenticed to Brinkley Elliott, farmer, until 21 yo. To learn art of a farmer; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $12 or that sum in current money.
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Date 24 Jan 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:180
Name Referenced Stephen Henry Collins
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Stephen Henry Collins, illegitimate child of colour, 4 yo, apprenticed to Brinkley Elliott, farmer, until 21 yo. To learn art of a farmer; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $12 or that sum in current money.
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Date 22 Nov 1831
Name Referenced Milly Duett
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Milly Duett, free negro orphan, 5 yo on 20 April last, apprenticed to Whittington Johnston, farmer until 16 yo. To learn art of spinning & weaving & ordinary business of house work; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $10 or that sum in current money.
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Date 22 Nov 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:181
Name Referenced Milly Duett
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Milly Duett, free negro orphan, 5 yo on 20 April last, apprenticed to Whittington Johnston, farmer until 16 yo. To learn art of spinning & weaving & ordinary business of house work; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $10 or that sum in current money.
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Date 27 Jun 1831
Name Referenced Benjamin Dutton
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Benjamin Dutton, free illegitimate child of colour, 15 yo, with his own consent, is apprenticed to Thomas Goslee, farmer, until 21 yo. To learn the art and "misteryes" of farming; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $15.
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Date 27 Jun 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:181
Name Referenced Benjamin Dutton
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Benjamin Dutton, free illegitimate child of colour, 15 yo, with his own consent, is apprenticed to Thomas Goslee, farmer, until 21 yo. To learn the art and "misteryes" of farming; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $15.
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Date 24 Jan 1832
Name Referenced John Armwood
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John Armwood, illegitimate child of colour, 11 yo some time in the winter of 1831, apprenticed to Samuel S. Miles until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; at end of term to receive suit of clothes worth $12 or that amount in current money.
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Date 24 Jan 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:182
Name Referenced John Armwood
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John Armwood, illegitimate child of colour, 11 yo some time in the winter of 1831, apprenticed to Samuel S. Miles until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; at end of term to receive suit of clothes worth $12 or that amount in current money.
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Date 26 Sep 1831
Name Referenced Whittington Armwood
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Whittington Armwood, illegitimate child of colour 8 yo some time this present month of September, apprenticed to James Powell until 21 yo. To be taught to read distinctly & to learn the art of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $12 or that sum in current money.
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Date 26 Sep 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:182
Name Referenced Whittington Armwood
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Whittington Armwood, illegitimate child of colour 8 yo some time this present month of September, apprenticed to James Powell until 21 yo. To be taught to read distinctly & to learn the art of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $12 or that sum in current money.
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Date 6 Dec 1831
Name Referenced Henny Duson
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Henny Dusan, free negro girl 13 yo on March last past, apprenticed to Phillip Mezick until 16 yo. To learn trade of house work; when free to receive a suit of clothes worth $4.
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Date 6 Dec 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:182
Name Referenced Henny Duson
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Henny Dusan, free negro girl 13 yo on March last past, apprenticed to Phillip Mezick until 16 yo. To learn trade of house work; when free to receive a suit of clothes worth $4.
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Date 9 Nov 1831
Name Referenced Charles Drumen (Drummon)
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Charles Drumen (Drummon), negro boy 19 yo bound to serve two years as apprentice to Thomas Tyler. To be instructed in all branches of Tyler's business (not specified).
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Date 9 Nov 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:183
Name Referenced Charles Drumen (Drummon)
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Charles Drumen (Drummon), negro boy 19 yo bound to serve two years as apprentice to Thomas Tyler. To be instructed in all branches of Tyler's business (not specified).
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Date 2 Nov 1829
Name Referenced Jack [no surname listed]
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Jack, free negro orphan child 15 yo on 15 Oct last, apprenticed to David Maddux, free negro, until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $10 or that sum in current money.
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Date 2 Nov 1829
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:183
Name Referenced Jack [no surname listed]
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Jack, free negro orphan child 15 yo on 15 Oct last, apprenticed to David Maddux, free negro, until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $10 or that sum in current money.
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Date 6 Dec 1831
Name Referenced Thomas (Redden)
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Thomas [Redden, 21 yo on 15 Aug 1841, with consent of his mother Milly Redden, free black woman, apprenticed to James Hooper. To be taught to work in the house or on the farm or do any common labour; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $12 or that sum in current money.
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Date 6 Dec 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:183
Name Referenced Thomas (Redden)
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Thomas [Redden, 21 yo on 15 Aug 1841, with consent of his mother Milly Redden, free black woman, apprenticed to James Hooper. To be taught to work in the house or on the farm or do any common labour; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $12 or that sum in current money.
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Date 1 Nov 1831
Name Referenced George Handy
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record George Handy, free negro illegitimate child 8 yo on 12 Dec 1831, with consent of his free negro mother, apprenticed to Hiram Scott, farmer, until he is 21 yo. To be taught to read distinctly, also to learn the art of farming; when free, to receive a suit of clothing worth $12 or that sum in current money.
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Date 1 Nov 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:184
Name Referenced George Handy
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record George Handy, free negro illegitimate child 8 yo on 12 Dec 1831, with consent of his free negro mother, apprenticed to Hiram Scott, farmer, until he is 21 yo. To be taught to read distinctly, also to learn the art of farming; when free, to receive a suit of clothing worth $12 or that sum in current money.
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Date 23 Jul 1831
Name Referenced Henry Hayman
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Henry Hayman, free "cullered" orphan child 11 yo on 14 Dec last past, with the consent of his mother, apprenticed to James Washboard, farmer until 21 yo. To learn the art and "mistery" of farming, to be given 6 months schooling.
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Date 23 Jul 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:184
Name Referenced Henry Hayman
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Henry Hayman, free "cullered" orphan child 11 yo on 14 Dec last past, with the consent of his mother, apprenticed to James Washboard, farmer until 21 yo. To learn the art and "mistery" of farming, to be given 6 months schooling.
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Date 2 Jan 1832
Name Referenced John Gunby
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John Gunby, illegitimate coloured male orphan 11 yo, son of Seiner, deceased, bound to Caroline Tull, Senr. to serve as apprentice until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; at the close of term to be given a suit of clothing worth $20 or that sum of current money.
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Date 2 Jan 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:184
Name Referenced John Gunby
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John Gunby, illegitimate coloured male orphan 11 yo, son of Seiner, deceased, bound to Caroline Tull, Senr. to serve as apprentice until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; at the close of term to be given a suit of clothing worth $20 or that sum of current money.
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Date 17 Nov 1831
Name Referenced Noah (no surname given)
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Noah, negro boy orphan 13 yo apprenticed to Thomas Mitchell, farmer, until 21 yo. To be taught the art and mystery of a farmer.
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Date 17 Nov 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:185
Name Referenced Noah (no surname given)
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Noah, negro boy orphan 13 yo apprenticed to Thomas Mitchell, farmer, until 21 yo. To be taught the art and mystery of a farmer.
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Date 23 Dec 1831
Name Referenced John Roach
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Betsy Roach is mother of John Roach, an illegitimate male child, who was begotten, she says by a negro slave. Betsy now living without visible means of support for child. John Roach, 12 yo on 15 Nov last, is bound out as apprentice to Lazarus Lankford, farmer until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; when fre to receive suit of clothes worth $15 or that sum of current money.
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Date 23 Dec 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:186
Name Referenced John Roach
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Betsy Roach is mother of John Roach, an illegitimate male child, who was begotten, she says by a negro slave. Betsy now living without visible means of support for child. John Roach, 12 yo on 15 Nov last, is bound out as apprentice to Lazarus Lankford, farmer until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; when fre to receive suit of clothes worth $15 or that sum of current money.
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Date 22 Nov 1830
Name Referenced Elijah James
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Elijah James, free negro 3 yo on 6 last March apprenticed to Whittington Johnston, farmer, until 21 yo. To learn the busines and art of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $15 or that sum in current money.
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Date 22 Nov 1830
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:186
Name Referenced Elijah James
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Elijah James, free negro 3 yo on 6 last March apprenticed to Whittington Johnston, farmer, until 21 yo. To learn the busines and art of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $15 or that sum in current money.
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Date 8 Nov 1831
Name Referenced George Jones
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record George Jones, free negro child 7 yo, apprenticed to Samuel Dryden until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; when free, to receive suit of good clothes worth $12.
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Date 8 Nov 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:187
Name Referenced George Jones
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record George Jones, free negro child 7 yo, apprenticed to Samuel Dryden until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; when free, to receive suit of good clothes worth $12.
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Date 6 Oct 1831
Name Referenced William (Bill) Gale
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Bill or William Gale, free coloured boy, an orphan 14 yo on 1 March last, with his own free & voluntary will, is bound as apprentice to Isaac Newman, farmer until 21 yo. To learn the trade of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $15 or that sum in current money.
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Date 6 Oct 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:196
Name Referenced William (Bill) Gale
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Bill or William Gale, free coloured boy, an orphan 14 yo on 1 March last, with his own free & voluntary will, is bound as apprentice to Isaac Newman, farmer until 21 yo. To learn the trade of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $15 or that sum in current money.
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Date 3 Mar 1832
Name Referenced Sarah S. Maddux & Henry D. Maddux
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes between Sarah S. Maddux & Henry D. Maddux from the estate of their grandfather, Daniel Maddux. Distribution, names & values follow. To Sarah S. Maddux: negro woman Caroline (value) $200, George $125, Carson $75, Stephen $00. Total $400. To Henry D. Maddux: negro man Isaiah $300, boy John $100, man Ezekial $00. Total $400.
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Date 3 Mar 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:197
Name Referenced Sarah S. Maddux & Henry D. Maddux
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes between Sarah S. Maddux & Henry D. Maddux from the estate of their grandfather, Daniel Maddux. Distribution, names & values follow. To Sarah S. Maddux: negro woman Caroline (value) $200, George $125, Carson $75, Stephen $00. Total $400. To Henry D. Maddux: negro man Isaiah $300, boy John $100, man Ezekial $00. Total $400.
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Date 13 Mar 1832
Name Referenced David Barkley (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of David Barkley, deceased. Distribution and names follow. To Mrs. Margaret T. Barkley, widow: negro man Adam, man LIttleton Junr, woman Betty plus $72.50 to be paid to her by Joseph Barkley & other representatives of David Barkley. To Joseph Barkley, Rachel Barkley, George Crocket & Jane, his wife, Joshua Barkley & Tackhrus Willing & Sally, his wife, provided they jointly pay to Mrs. Margaret Barkley $72.50: negro man Littlteton Senr. & negro man Jack.
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Date 13 Mar 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8: 202
Name Referenced David Barkley (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of David Barkley, deceased. Distribution and names follow. To Mrs. Margaret T. Barkley, widow: negro man Adam, man LIttleton Junr, woman Betty plus $72.50 to be paid to her by Joseph Barkley & other representatives of David Barkley. To Joseph Barkley, Rachel Barkley, George Crocket & Jane, his wife, Joshua Barkley & Tackhrus Willing & Sally, his wife, provided they jointly pay to Mrs. Margaret Barkley $72.50: negro man Littlteton Senr. & negro man Jack.
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Date 22 May 1832
Name Referenced Charles Palmer (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of Charles Palmer, deceased, total value $1050. Distribtion, names, ages & values follow. To Mrs. Adams, wife of Jas. Adams, who was the widow Charles Palmer: negroes Joe 60 yo, infirm (value $00), & Tom 25 yo ($300). To Elizabeth & Mary, infant children of Charles: Minty 80 yo (value $00), Moses 22 yo ($325). To Peter & Brenus, infant children of Charles: Esther, 60 yo & infirm ($00), Sam, 13 yo ($275) & Charlotte 9 yo ($150); they to pay their mother $50 & to pay Elizabeth & Mary $25.
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Date 22 May 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:202
Name Referenced Charles Palmer (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of Charles Palmer, deceased, total value $1050. Distribtion, names, ages & values follow. To Mrs. Adams, wife of Jas. Adams, who was the widow Charles Palmer: negroes Joe 60 yo, infirm (value $00), & Tom 25 yo ($300). To Elizabeth & Mary, infant children of Charles: Minty 80 yo (value $00), Moses 22 yo ($325). To Peter & Brenus, infant children of Charles: Esther, 60 yo & infirm ($00), Sam, 13 yo ($275) & Charlotte 9 yo ($150); they to pay their mother $50 & to pay Elizabeth & Mary $25.
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Date 24 Jul 1833
Name Referenced John Robertson (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Divison of negroes from estate of John Robertson, deceased, total $2265. Distribution, names & values follow. To William Robertson: negro Harvy (value $300). To Robert Robertson: David (value $260). To Nancy: Louisa, Jacob & Margaret total $165. To John Robertson: Milly ($280). To Eliza: Sarah & child ($270). To George Robertson: Littleton ($160). To Thomas Robertson: Eben ($200). To Sarah Jane Robertson: George ($200). To James Robertson: Levin & Henry ($130). To Samuel Robertson: Mary & child ($290)
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Date 24 Jul 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:209-210
Name Referenced John Robertson (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Divison of negroes from estate of John Robertson, deceased, total $2265. Distribution, names & values follow. To William Robertson: negro Harvy (value $300). To Robert Robertson: David (value $260). To Nancy: Louisa, Jacob & Margaret total $165. To John Robertson: Milly ($280). To Eliza: Sarah & child ($270). To George Robertson: Littleton ($160). To Thomas Robertson: Eben ($200). To Sarah Jane Robertson: George ($200). To James Robertson: Levin & Henry ($130). To Samuel Robertson: Mary & child ($290)
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Date 10 Apr 1831
Name Referenced James Walter (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of James Walter, deceased. Distribution, names & values follow. To Ann Mariah D. Walter, one of the children & representative of deceased drew the first choice & takes: negro man Handy (value $300), negro John ($275), girl Sarah Ann ($100), boy Levin ($100) Total $770. To Sarah Walter, guardian to George S. K. Walter minor, one of the children & one of representative of the deceasedd drew second choice & took: negro man called Dennis (value $325), boy Washington ($200), woman Temparence ($200), boy Isaac ($50), child Samuel ($20) Total $795. Leaving balance of to Sarah Walter, guardian of George S.K. Walter, of $20 due to Ann Mariah D. Walter one of heirs & representative.
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Date 10 Apr 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:210
Name Referenced James Walter (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes from estate of James Walter, deceased. Distribution, names & values follow. To Ann Mariah D. Walter, one of the children & representative of deceased drew the first choice & takes: negro man Handy (value $300), negro John ($275), girl Sarah Ann ($100), boy Levin ($100) Total $770. To Sarah Walter, guardian to George S. K. Walter minor, one of the children & one of representative of the deceasedd drew second choice & took: negro man called Dennis (value $325), boy Washington ($200), woman Temparence ($200), boy Isaac ($50), child Samuel ($20) Total $795. Leaving balance of to Sarah Walter, guardian of George S.K. Walter, of $20 due to Ann Mariah D. Walter one of heirs & representative.
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Date 3 Feb 1832
Name Referenced Levin, Joe, George, & John Rounds
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record With the consent of their mother, Levin Rounds 12 yo on 15 December last, Joe Rounds 9 yo 10 Jan. last, George 8 yo on 31 Jan last, & John Rounds 6 yo 15 Oct last, all orphan, coloured male children, are bound out to James Handy, farmer, until each is 21 yo. When free, to receive a suit of clothes worth $10 or that sum in current money.
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Date 3 Feb 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:210
Name Referenced Levin, Joe, George, & John Rounds
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record With the consent of their mother, Levin Rounds 12 yo on 15 December last, Joe Rounds 9 yo 10 Jan. last, George 8 yo on 31 Jan last, & John Rounds 6 yo 15 Oct last, all orphan, coloured male children, are bound out to James Handy, farmer, until each is 21 yo. When free, to receive a suit of clothes worth $10 or that sum in current money.
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Date 3 Feb 1832
Name Referenced Rachel Rounds
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Rachel Rounds, orphan coloured female child 2 yo on 1 September last, with consent of mother, apprenticed to James Handy until 16 yo. To be taught to spin & do other domestic household work; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $5 or that sum in current money.
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Date 3 Feb 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:211
Name Referenced Rachel Rounds
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Rachel Rounds, orphan coloured female child 2 yo on 1 September last, with consent of mother, apprenticed to James Handy until 16 yo. To be taught to spin & do other domestic household work; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $5 or that sum in current money.
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Date 13 Feb 1832
Name Referenced Moses Fleming
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Moses Fleming, free negro boy 8 yo in July 1831-as near as his mother can recall, son of Matty Fleming, free negro & a pauper, apprenticed to J. S. Hill until 21 yo. To learn art of a farmer. Suitable to his condition during the time aforesaid & at the expiration thereof shall receive a freedom suit suitable to wear on Sundays worth $10.
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Date 13 Feb 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:211
Name Referenced Moses Fleming
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Moses Fleming, free negro boy 8 yo in July 1831-as near as his mother can recall, son of Matty Fleming, free negro & a pauper, apprenticed to J. S. Hill until 21 yo. To learn art of a farmer. Suitable to his condition during the time aforesaid & at the expiration thereof shall receive a freedom suit suitable to wear on Sundays worth $10.
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Date 10 Apr 1832
Name Referenced William Jones
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record William Jones, a black boy 11 yo on 15 September next, son of negro Leah Jones after having summoned her to appear before us to make objections or comply with the requisites of law, apprenticed to Thomas Durham. To be taught the trade or calling of shoe maker; at end of term to receive suit of cloathes worth $10 or that sum in current money.
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Date 10 Apr 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:211
Name Referenced William Jones
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record William Jones, a black boy 11 yo on 15 September next, son of negro Leah Jones after having summoned her to appear before us to make objections or comply with the requisites of law, apprenticed to Thomas Durham. To be taught the trade or calling of shoe maker; at end of term to receive suit of cloathes worth $10 or that sum in current money.
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Date 7 Apr 1832
Name Referenced George Sterling
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record George Sterling, illegitimate negro child, 4 yo on 20 May next apprenticed to Edward K. Horsey, farmer, until 21 yo. To learn art or mystery of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $20 or that sum in current money.
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Date 7 Apr 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:212
Name Referenced George Sterling
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record George Sterling, illegitimate negro child, 4 yo on 20 May next apprenticed to Edward K. Horsey, farmer, until 21 yo. To learn art or mystery of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $20 or that sum in current money.
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Date 4 Jun 1831
Name Referenced Denniss Waller Commean
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Denniss Walter Commean, coloured boy, 9 yo on 25 December next, with consent of mother Sarah Commean, who is of indigent circumstances, apprenticed to Robert Hitch. To learn art of common labourer as a farmer. To dwell with & serve Hitch & to learn calling of a farmer; at expiration of term to receive one good suit of "wollen" clothes suit able for Sunday ware.
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Date 4 Jun 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:213-214
Name Referenced Denniss Waller Commean
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Denniss Walter Commean, coloured boy, 9 yo on 25 December next, with consent of mother Sarah Commean, who is of indigent circumstances, apprenticed to Robert Hitch. To learn art of common labourer as a farmer. To dwell with & serve Hitch & to learn calling of a farmer; at expiration of term to receive one good suit of "wollen" clothes suit able for Sunday ware.
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Date 24 Mar 1832
Name Referenced James Pinket
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record James Pinket, free negro boy 12 yo on 15 May last , with consent of Patience Hinton, his grandmother, apprenticed to John V. Pinto until 21 yo. To be taught business of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $10 or that sum in current money.
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Date 24 Mar 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:215
Name Referenced James Pinket
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record James Pinket, free negro boy 12 yo on 15 May last , with consent of Patience Hinton, his grandmother, apprenticed to John V. Pinto until 21 yo. To be taught business of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $10 or that sum in current money.
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Date 18 Nov 1831
Name Referenced Jone Done (alias John Dutton)
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John Done, alias John Dutton, a free coloured,illigitimate child 15 yo on 27 December next, with his own consent, he having no mother living, is apprenticed to Isaac Denson, Senior, farmer, until age 21yo. To be taught the farming business; when free to receive suit of clothes suitable for such an apprentice to have.
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Date 18 Nov 1831
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:215
Name Referenced Jone Done (alias John Dutton)
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record John Done, alias John Dutton, a free coloured,illigitimate child 15 yo on 27 December next, with his own consent, he having no mother living, is apprenticed to Isaac Denson, Senior, farmer, until age 21yo. To be taught the farming business; when free to receive suit of clothes suitable for such an apprentice to have.
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Date 24 Apr 1832
Name Referenced Henry Sommers
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Henry Sommers, free black child 10 yo on 23 April 1832, apprentice, with consent of his mother, to John Johnston, sadler, until 21 yo. To be taught art and trade of common harness, brydles, & collars & making; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $6.
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Date 24 Apr 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:216
Name Referenced Henry Sommers
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Henry Sommers, free black child 10 yo on 23 April 1832, apprentice, with consent of his mother, to John Johnston, sadler, until 21 yo. To be taught art and trade of common harness, brydles, & collars & making; when free, to receive suit of clothes worth $6.
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Date 6 Apr 1832
Name Referenced Mary Sterling
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Mary Sterling, illegitimate negro child 5 yo on 15 May next, apprenticed to Edward H. Horsey until 16 yo. To be taught to do ordinary house & kitchen business; when free to receive a suit of clothes worth $10 or that sum in current money.
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Date 6 Apr 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:217
Name Referenced Mary Sterling
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Mary Sterling, illegitimate negro child 5 yo on 15 May next, apprenticed to Edward H. Horsey until 16 yo. To be taught to do ordinary house & kitchen business; when free to receive a suit of clothes worth $10 or that sum in current money.
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Date 7 Feb 1832
Name Referenced Mitchell Dickerson
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Mitchell Dickerson, illegitimate child 15 yo on 14 Aug 1831, with consent of William Moore, a relation, apprenticed to William F. Collier, blacksmith, until 21 yo. To receive 6 months schooling and to learn trade of blacksmith. When free, to receive suit of clothes worth $20 or that sum in current money.
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Date 7 Feb 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:219
Name Referenced Mitchell Dickerson
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Mitchell Dickerson, illegitimate child 15 yo on 14 Aug 1831, with consent of William Moore, a relation, apprenticed to William F. Collier, blacksmith, until 21 yo. To receive 6 months schooling and to learn trade of blacksmith. When free, to receive suit of clothes worth $20 or that sum in current money.
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Date 21 Dec 1832
Name Referenced Joseph Handy (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of Negroes of estate of Joseph Handy, deceased. Distribution, names & values follow. To widow Mrs. Ann Handy: Stephen (value $200), Sarah ($75), Susan ($30), Eliza ($150), Rode ($80). To Mrs. Sarah Ann Ward, daughter: Leah ($200), George ($75), Leah ($200), George ($75), Mary ($100), Milcah ($15). To John Handy: James ($250), Harriet ($50), Lucy ($80). To Thomas Handy: Bob ($150), Caroline ($200), Margaret ($15). Moneys exchanged among heirs to balance values received.
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Date 21 Dec 1832
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:243
Name Referenced Joseph Handy (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of Negroes of estate of Joseph Handy, deceased. Distribution, names & values follow. To widow Mrs. Ann Handy: Stephen (value $200), Sarah ($75), Susan ($30), Eliza ($150), Rode ($80). To Mrs. Sarah Ann Ward, daughter: Leah ($200), George ($75), Leah ($200), George ($75), Mary ($100), Milcah ($15). To John Handy: James ($250), Harriet ($50), Lucy ($80). To Thomas Handy: Bob ($150), Caroline ($200), Margaret ($15). Moneys exchanged among heirs to balance values received.
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Date 4 Mar 1833
Name Referenced William Tull (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of William Tull, deceased. Total value $1025. Distribution, names & values follow. To the widow: slave Vilet (value $200). To William H. Tull: slave Bob (value $250). To Martha Tull: slave Jemy (value $150). To Sally Tull: slave Ann (value $160). To Thomas J Tull: slave John (value $100). To John E. Tull: slave David (value $60). To Wesley S. Tull: slave George ($25). To Emily: slave Mary (value $80). To Eliza Tull: no slave. Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values received.
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Date 4 Mar 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:251
Name Referenced William Tull (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of William Tull, deceased. Total value $1025. Distribution, names & values follow. To the widow: slave Vilet (value $200). To William H. Tull: slave Bob (value $250). To Martha Tull: slave Jemy (value $150). To Sally Tull: slave Ann (value $160). To Thomas J Tull: slave John (value $100). To John E. Tull: slave David (value $60). To Wesley S. Tull: slave George ($25). To Emily: slave Mary (value $80). To Eliza Tull: no slave. Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values received.
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Date 20 May 1833
Name Referenced Joseph B. Brinkley (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of Joseph B. Brinkley, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To widow: Ben (value $450), Levin (value $200), Nancy (value $100), Milly (value $50), Nelly (value $150). To Joseph B. Brinkley: Whitty (value $225), Sophia Ann (value $25), Sarah (value $20). To Sally Ann Brinkley: girl Sophia (value $160). To Thos. Brinkley: James (value $200), Mary Ann (value $50). To Francis S. Brinkley: Sam (value $150), Lydia (value $25), Maria (value $20), Milly (value $25). To Henry F. Brinkley: Henny (value $100), Robert (value $100), John, (value ($50). Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values received.
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Date 20 May 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:253
Name Referenced Joseph B. Brinkley (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of Joseph B. Brinkley, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To widow: Ben (value $450), Levin (value $200), Nancy (value $100), Milly (value $50), Nelly (value $150). To Joseph B. Brinkley: Whitty (value $225), Sophia Ann (value $25), Sarah (value $20). To Sally Ann Brinkley: girl Sophia (value $160). To Thos. Brinkley: James (value $200), Mary Ann (value $50). To Francis S. Brinkley: Sam (value $150), Lydia (value $25), Maria (value $20), Milly (value $25). To Henry F. Brinkley: Henny (value $100), Robert (value $100), John, (value ($50). Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values received.
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Date 23 May 1833
Name Referenced Isaiah Hayman
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of Isaiah Hayman, deceased. Distributions & names follow. To son Josiah: Levin & Charlott. To son Littleton: Noah. To son Jeptha: Gatty & her child Mannel. To his son Rufus: Levinia. To his son Henry: Susan & her child Matthias. To his son Theodore: Sall. To his daughter Sarah: Randal. Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values received.
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Date 23 May 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:254
Name Referenced Isaiah Hayman
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes of estate of Isaiah Hayman, deceased. Distributions & names follow. To son Josiah: Levin & Charlott. To son Littleton: Noah. To son Jeptha: Gatty & her child Mannel. To his son Rufus: Levinia. To his son Henry: Susan & her child Matthias. To his son Theodore: Sall. To his daughter Sarah: Randal. Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values received.
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Date 23 Sep 1833
Name Referenced Ovil Kennerly (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes belonging to estate of Ovil Kennerly, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To the widow: Henry 45 yo (value $300), Leah 16 yo (value $25), Jane 11 yo (value $200). To Miss Caroline: Sharlott 33 yo (value $325), John 3 yo (value $100), Martha Jane 2 yo (value $50). To Byard: Hugh 20 yo (value $400), Spencer (value $100). To Irving: Nancy 41 yo (value $100), Daniel 14 yo (value $375). Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values received.
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Date 23 Sep 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:262
Name Referenced Ovil Kennerly (estate)
Record Type Division of Negroes
Abstract of Record Division of negroes belonging to estate of Ovil Kennerly, deceased. Distributions, names & values follow. To the widow: Henry 45 yo (value $300), Leah 16 yo (value $25), Jane 11 yo (value $200). To Miss Caroline: Sharlott 33 yo (value $325), John 3 yo (value $100), Martha Jane 2 yo (value $50). To Byard: Hugh 20 yo (value $400), Spencer (value $100). To Irving: Nancy 41 yo (value $100), Daniel 14 yo (value $375). Monies exchanged among heirs to balance values received.
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Date 3 Oct 1833
Name Referenced Ann Williams
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Ann Williams, 7 yo on 4 December last, with the consent of her mother, free negro, Sophia Rounds, apprenticed and placed with Leah Cottingham, a spinster & weaver, until 16 yo. To be taught to spin & weave and other ordinary business of domestic affairs.
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Date 3 Oct 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:269-270
Name Referenced Ann Williams
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Ann Williams, 7 yo on 4 December last, with the consent of her mother, free negro, Sophia Rounds, apprenticed and placed with Leah Cottingham, a spinster & weaver, until 16 yo. To be taught to spin & weave and other ordinary business of domestic affairs.
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Date 6 Oct 1833
Name Referenced Major James
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Major James, orphan, 2 yo on 1 Aug last past, with consent of his mother, Darkey Peterson, a free coloured woman, apprenticed to William Mills, farmer until 21 yo. To be taught art of farming; when free, to receive suit of clothing worth $12 or that sum in current money.
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Date 6 Oct 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:270
Name Referenced Major James
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Major James, orphan, 2 yo on 1 Aug last past, with consent of his mother, Darkey Peterson, a free coloured woman, apprenticed to William Mills, farmer until 21 yo. To be taught art of farming; when free, to receive suit of clothing worth $12 or that sum in current money.
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Date 9 Oct 1833
Name Referenced Isaac Williams
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Isaac Williams, 10 yo on 1 November last, with consent of Sarah Horsey, free negro, apprenticed to William T. Wood until 21 yo. To learn business of farming.
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Date 9 Oct 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:271
Name Referenced Isaac Williams
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Isaac Williams, 10 yo on 1 November last, with consent of Sarah Horsey, free negro, apprenticed to William T. Wood until 21 yo. To learn business of farming.
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Date 26 Jun 1833
Name Referenced George
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record George [surname not given], coloured child 14 yo on 6 Nov last (who was manumitted by Isaac Johnson by deed of manumission in 1819. George was sold by said Johnson to Revell Evans until he arrives at age of 20 and was then entitled to his freedom as per deed of manumission. George was afterwards sold by the heirs of said Evans to William Tyler to be entitled to his freedom as before mentioned the said Tyler on 17th of this month sold him to a negro purchaser for life, by which act George, according to the act of Assembly, became entitled to his freedom). George was appenticed to Isaac Johnson, farmer until he 21 yo. George to receive 6 mos of schooling & to be taught the art of farming. When free of apprenticeship to receive suit of clothes worth $5 or that amount in current money.
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Date 26 Jun 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:272
Name Referenced George
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record George [surname not given], coloured child 14 yo on 6 Nov last (who was manumitted by Isaac Johnson by deed of manumission in 1819. George was sold by said Johnson to Revell Evans until he arrives at age of 20 and was then entitled to his freedom as per deed of manumission. George was afterwards sold by the heirs of said Evans to William Tyler to be entitled to his freedom as before mentioned the said Tyler on 17th of this month sold him to a negro purchaser for life, by which act George, according to the act of Assembly, became entitled to his freedom). George was appenticed to Isaac Johnson, farmer until he 21 yo. George to receive 6 mos of schooling & to be taught the art of farming. When free of apprenticeship to receive suit of clothes worth $5 or that amount in current money.
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Date 23 Apr 1833
Name Referenced Noah PInket
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Noah Pinket, 11 yo on 25 December 1832, free negro boy, apprenticed to John U. Pinto until 21 yo. To be taught business to farming; at expiration of term to receive suit of clothes worth $10 or that amount in current money.
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Date 23 Apr 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:276-277
Name Referenced Noah PInket
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Noah Pinket, 11 yo on 25 December 1832, free negro boy, apprenticed to John U. Pinto until 21 yo. To be taught business to farming; at expiration of term to receive suit of clothes worth $10 or that amount in current money.
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Date 6 Jul 1833
Name Referenced Elender Jane Camean
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Indenture between Samuel Leonard and Sarah Camean, coloured woman, binding out her daughter, Elender Jane Camean, 9 yo on 6 March next, as apprentice to Samuel Leonard. To learn trade or mystery of house work; to serve until 6 Mar 1843 at age 18; to receive suit of clothes worth $5 or same amount in current money at end of term.
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Date 6 Jul 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:277
Name Referenced Elender Jane Camean
Record Type Indenture/Apprentice
Abstract of Record Indenture between Samuel Leonard and Sarah Camean, coloured woman, binding out her daughter, Elender Jane Camean, 9 yo on 6 March next, as apprentice to Samuel Leonard. To learn trade or mystery of house work; to serve until 6 Mar 1843 at age 18; to receive suit of clothes worth $5 or same amount in current money at end of term.
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Date 30 Nov 1833
Name Referenced Charles Mitchell
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Charles Mitchell, free negro orphan, 3 yo on 1 March 1833, apprenticed to Alexander H. Mitchell, farmer until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $10
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Date 30 Nov 1833
Record Name (Somerset County, MD) SO County Bonds (1827-1834)
Citation (Liber:Folio) JP8:278-279
Name Referenced Charles Mitchell
Record Type Apprentice
Abstract of Record Charles Mitchell, free negro orphan, 3 yo on 1 March 1833, apprenticed to Alexander H. Mitchell, farmer until 21 yo. To learn art of farming; when free to receive suit of clothes worth $10
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