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County Somerset
Receipt Date 29 Mar 1808
Receipt Abstract Robert C. Elzey received stock certificates, $1158.44 and negroes Sheperd, Spencer, Charles, Gilbert, Bridget and child, from William Jones late guardian of James Elzey, Robert's brother. Wt: J.H. Anderson
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 29 Mar 1808
Receipt Abstract Robert C. Elzey received stock certificates, $1158.44 and negroes Sheperd, Spencer, Charles, Gilbert, Bridget and child, from William Jones late guardian of James Elzey, Robert's brother. Wt: J.H. Anderson
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 21 Apr 1812
Receipt Abstract Free Sip [male], Free Bob, Free George and Free Flor [female] received from Mr. Charles Jones, administrator of estate of Free Harry, $12, $11, $11 and [blank] as their shares of the estate. Test. William Evans
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 21 Apr 1812
Receipt Abstract Free Sip [male], Free Bob, Free George and Free Flor [female] received from Mr. Charles Jones, administrator of estate of Free Harry, $12, $11, $11 and [blank] as their shares of the estate. Test. William Evans
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 8 Jul 1814
Receipt Abstract Betsey Mathews (Matthews) acknowledges receipt from Thomas White and Stephen Collins and my guardian, negro girl Juda [also chattel and money] in full for my legacies and distributive share of the estates of David Mathews, Edward Mathews and Sarah Mathews, all deceased.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 8 Jul 1814
Receipt Abstract Betsey Mathews (Matthews) acknowledges receipt from Thomas White and Stephen Collins and my guardian, negro girl Juda [also chattel and money] in full for my legacies and distributive share of the estates of David Mathews, Edward Mathews and Sarah Mathews, all deceased.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 2 Jan 1815
Receipt Abstract Mr. John Irving acknowledges receipt from Nelly Irving, his guardian: half of negro Stephen; Dr. John King's bond; so much paid by J. Winright; sadle and bridle from J. Stewart; Dr. Samuel Ker's bond, part of negro Levin, legacy left by Revel Horsey, dec'd, distributives part of father and grandfather's estate.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 2 Jan 1815
Receipt Abstract Mr. John Irving acknowledges receipt from Nelly Irving, his guardian: half of negro Stephen; Dr. John King's bond; so much paid by J. Winright; sadle and bridle from J. Stewart; Dr. Samuel Ker's bond, part of negro Levin, legacy left by Revel Horsey, dec'd, distributives part of father and grandfather's estate.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 13 Sep 1815
Receipt Abstract William Jones, Sr. and George Handy, Jr, administrators of William G. Waters, acknowlege receipt from Josiah Bayly, administrator with will annexed of William Waters, Sr., dec'd, negroes Juba, Adam, Sam, little Jack, Jenny, Nancy, Henry, Levin, Charles, Sampson, and Sarah, child of Nancy, valued at $3305. Test: John H. Bell 20 Sept 1815
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 13 Sep 1815
Receipt Abstract William Jones, Sr. and George Handy, Jr, administrators of William G. Waters, acknowlege receipt from Josiah Bayly, administrator with will annexed of William Waters, Sr., dec'd, negroes Juba, Adam, Sam, little Jack, Jenny, Nancy, Henry, Levin, Charles, Sampson, and Sarah, child of Nancy, valued at $3305. Test: John H. Bell 20 Sept 1815
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 May 1821
Receipt Abstract GriffinSavage received of William Boggs executor of Isaac Gibbons, dec'd $1084.26, $31.07, negro Harry, negro girl Mindy, old woman Dido, in full of the share of my wife Mary Ann Savage, who is one of the daughters and heirs of Eli Gibbons, dec'd. Test: Samuel Taylor, Thomas Robertson
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 May 1821
Receipt Abstract GriffinSavage received of William Boggs executor of Isaac Gibbons, dec'd $1084.26, $31.07, negro Harry, negro girl Mindy, old woman Dido, in full of the share of my wife Mary Ann Savage, who is one of the daughters and heirs of Eli Gibbons, dec'd. Test: Samuel Taylor, Thomas Robertson
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 May 1821
Receipt Abstract Elizar Gibbons received of William Boggs executor of Isaac Gibbons, dec'd two notes of hand due from William Fleming dated 12 Nov 1816, negro boy Harry, negro Bridget, negro child Littleton and $6t in full of my part of the estate of my father Eli Gibbons, dec'd.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 May 1821
Receipt Abstract Elizar Gibbons received of William Boggs executor of Isaac Gibbons, dec'd two notes of hand due from William Fleming dated 12 Nov 1816, negro boy Harry, negro Bridget, negro child Littleton and $6t in full of my part of the estate of my father Eli Gibbons, dec'd.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 23 Apr 1822
Receipt Abstract George W. Powell received of John Miles, who intermarried with Catherine [illegible], my guardian, negro boy Arthur left ot me by my father, Jesse Powell, dec'd and $167.63.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 23 Apr 1822
Receipt Abstract George W. Powell received of John Miles, who intermarried with Catherine [illegible], my guardian, negro boy Arthur left ot me by my father, Jesse Powell, dec'd and $167.63.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 28 May 1822
Receipt Abstract Robert J. H. King received of Henry S. Henry, late guardian all property of every description whatever and releases Henry S. Henry, Thomas King Carroll and George W. Jackson from any actions. Stepehn Junr, Leah, Sheppard, Susan, Henry,Thomas, Sazamd, Violet, Eva, Beck, Peter, Betty, William, Nancy, Harry, Sarah, Patty, Mary, Rachel, George, Hennym, Sarah, Pat, Nelson, Glasgo, Norris,Esther, Fender, Gatty, Hannah, Pamer, William, Mily, Lucy, George, Harry, Anna, Sucky, Nathan, Dennis, Sally, Emma, Eliza, Peter, Nancy, Benjamin, Abigail, Levin, Jacob, Levi, Romelus, Remus, Israel, Henry, Stephen, Isaiah, Amos, Black Leah, Hetty, Harriot, Martha, one large silver coffe pot, one large silver tancardm two sall silver tancards, one large cream pot. Multiple household items, livestock also listed along with 7000 pounds tobacco and Beverly Hall. Ratified 28 May 1822 by Robert J. H. King.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 28 May 1822
Receipt Abstract Robert J. H. King received of Henry S. Henry, late guardian all property of every description whatever and releases Henry S. Henry, Thomas King Carroll and George W. Jackson from any actions. Stepehn Junr, Leah, Sheppard, Susan, Henry,Thomas, Sazamd, Violet, Eva, Beck, Peter, Betty, William, Nancy, Harry, Sarah, Patty, Mary, Rachel, George, Hennym, Sarah, Pat, Nelson, Glasgo, Norris,Esther, Fender, Gatty, Hannah, Pamer, William, Mily, Lucy, George, Harry, Anna, Sucky, Nathan, Dennis, Sally, Emma, Eliza, Peter, Nancy, Benjamin, Abigail, Levin, Jacob, Levi, Romelus, Remus, Israel, Henry, Stephen, Isaiah, Amos, Black Leah, Hetty, Harriot, Martha, one large silver coffe pot, one large silver tancardm two sall silver tancards, one large cream pot. Multiple household items, livestock also listed along with 7000 pounds tobacco and Beverly Hall. Ratified 28 May 1822 by Robert J. H. King.
State Maryland
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 22 June 1820
Receipt Abstract F. W. James received from Edward Austin, admr of Levin Jones, $448.33 and three negroes - Sophia, Leah and Priscilla - the estate of Susan J. Jones. Wit Olivia S. Wilson, 14 Aug 1821 James acknowledges receipt before George Malcomb.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 22 June 1820
Receipt Abstract F. W. James received from Edward Austin, admr of Levin Jones, $448.33 and three negroes - Sophia, Leah and Priscilla - the estate of Susan J. Jones. Wit Olivia S. Wilson, 14 Aug 1821 James acknowledges receipt before George Malcomb.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 6 Dec 1822
Receipt Abstract Sarah Ann Porter acknowledges that Peter Guillite, her guardian delivered slaves Jack, Phero, Henry, Edward, Bill, Henny,Polly from her father and mother's estate. Wit: 6 Dec 1822 Allen Vale, James Rider
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 6 Dec 1822
Receipt Abstract Sarah Ann Porter acknowledges that Peter Guillite, her guardian delivered slaves Jack, Phero, Henry, Edward, Bill, Henny,Polly from her father and mother's estate. Wit: 6 Dec 1822 Allen Vale, James Rider
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 26 Jul 1821
Receipt Abstract Emelne Jones received fro her father Lewis Jones $350 for sale of negro man Israel, one negro girl Lucy and $55, all which property was left her by her grandfather Levin Follen dec'd. Wit. J. Goslee, J. P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 26 Jul 1821
Receipt Abstract Emelne Jones received fro her father Lewis Jones $350 for sale of negro man Israel, one negro girl Lucy and $55, all which property was left her by her grandfather Levin Follen dec'd. Wit. J. Goslee, J. P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 14 Apr 1816
Receipt Abstract Thomas Holbrook, guardian, received of Jesse Hughes, executor of Samule Holbrook dec'd, the following property devised to his son Samuel Holbrrok, viz: negroes Joe, Iax, Pwffy [plus household goods & livestock. Wit: 17 Apr 1816 George D. Atknson
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 14 Apr 1816
Receipt Abstract Thomas Holbrook, guardian, received of Jesse Hughes, executor of Samule Holbrook dec'd, the following property devised to his son Samuel Holbrrok, viz: negroes Joe, Iax, Pwffy [plus household goods & livestock. Wit: 17 Apr 1816 George D. Atknson
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 Dec 1818
Receipt Abstract William Jones, Sr. received from George Handy, Jr. one of the administrators of William G. Waters, the negroes Jack, Peter, Elia, Martha, Candace, Harriet, George child of Leah, and Ellen child of Martha, they being negroes which William Waters is entitled to out of the estate of his deceased father, william G. Waters. test: Isaac M. Adams. 26 Jan 1820 by George S. Handy Reg.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 Dec 1818
Receipt Abstract William Jones, Sr. received from George Handy, Jr. one of the administrators of William G. Waters, the negroes Jack, Peter, Elia, Martha, Candace, Harriet, George child of Leah, and Ellen child of Martha, they being negroes which William Waters is entitled to out of the estate of his deceased father, william G. Waters. test: Isaac M. Adams. 26 Jan 1820 by George S. Handy Reg.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 Dec 1818
Receipt Abstract William Done attorney for Eliz. E. Waters received from George Handy Jr. and William Jones, admrs of William G. Waters, negroes Flora, Frank, Nehemiah, Harry, Edward, Lucy, Gustor, Elzey, Nancy and Levin, in full of all negroes which Elizageth E. Waters is entitled to out of her father William G. Waters' estate. test: Isaac M. Adams. 26 Jan 1820 by Georg S. Handy, Reg.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 Dec 1818
Receipt Abstract William Done attorney for Eliz. E. Waters received from George Handy Jr. and William Jones, admrs of William G. Waters, negroes Flora, Frank, Nehemiah, Harry, Edward, Lucy, Gustor, Elzey, Nancy and Levin, in full of all negroes which Elizageth E. Waters is entitled to out of her father William G. Waters' estate. test: Isaac M. Adams. 26 Jan 1820 by Georg S. Handy, Reg.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 Dec 1818
Receipt Abstract James Wilson, guardian to Levin and Arnold Waters, received of William Jones and George Handy, Jr., administrators of the estate of William G. Waters, negroes belonging to Levin Waters, son of W.G. Waters: Daniel, Leah, Ira, Littleton, Lizzy, Lydia, Martha, Francis and Leah and negroes belonging to Arnold Waters, son of W.G. Waters: Cambell, James, Severn, Israil, Elijah, Esther, Maria, Susan, Henry and John. test: Isaac M. Adams. 8 Feb 1820 by Geo. S. Handy, Reg.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 Dec 1818
Receipt Abstract James Wilson, guardian to Levin and Arnold Waters, received of William Jones and George Handy, Jr., administrators of the estate of William G. Waters, negroes belonging to Levin Waters, son of W.G. Waters: Daniel, Leah, Ira, Littleton, Lizzy, Lydia, Martha, Francis and Leah and negroes belonging to Arnold Waters, son of W.G. Waters: Cambell, James, Severn, Israil, Elijah, Esther, Maria, Susan, Henry and John. test: Isaac M. Adams. 8 Feb 1820 by Geo. S. Handy, Reg.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 17 Apr 1817
Receipt Abstract Sophia Nutter, daughter of Charles Nutter, received from Edward Austin, her guardian, legacies from father's will, negroes Caprice, Spencer, Prissee, George, David, Frank, Siny, Minty, James, Jesper, valued at $2,020 snf %60. test. J. Leathurbuy, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 17 Apr 1817
Receipt Abstract Sophia Nutter, daughter of Charles Nutter, received from Edward Austin, her guardian, legacies from father's will, negroes Caprice, Spencer, Prissee, George, David, Frank, Siny, Minty, James, Jesper, valued at $2,020 snf %60. test. J. Leathurbuy, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 17 Oct 1817
Receipt Abstract William Wilson received from John Stephens [also Stephenson], late guardian to Beauchamp Rhoors, Rachael Rhoors, and James Rhoors, Sarah Ann Rhoors negroes Amey and Peter; Jobe; Sam and Sarah Ann; William and Lotty, being said Beauchamp's, Rachael's, Jame' and Sarah Ann's part of negroes as divided. Test: Sept 1818 William Russum
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 17 Oct 1817
Receipt Abstract William Wilson received from John Stephens [also Stephenson], late guardian to Beauchamp Rhoors, Rachael Rhoors, and James Rhoors, Sarah Ann Rhoors negroes Amey and Peter; Jobe; Sam and Sarah Ann; William and Lotty, being said Beauchamp's, Rachael's, Jame' and Sarah Ann's part of negroes as divided. Test: Sept 1818 William Russum
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 27 Aug 1818
Receipt Abstract Richard A. Waters of Missouri Territory received from Charles Jones, administrator of Dr. Ware Cheny, dec'd negroes John, Bob, William, Frank, James, Peggy, Hetty and other items totalling $1559. Waters appeared iperson before William Waller, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 27 Aug 1818
Receipt Abstract Richard A. Waters of Missouri Territory received from Charles Jones, administrator of Dr. Ware Cheny, dec'd negroes John, Bob, William, Frank, James, Peggy, Hetty and other items totalling $1559. Waters appeared iperson before William Waller, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 27 July 1825
Receipt Abstract Betsey Ann Taylor received from James Boston, administrator of Samuel Taylor dec'd $539.31 in negroes and money for full amount of her distributive share of her father's personal estate.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 27 July 1825
Receipt Abstract Betsey Ann Taylor received from James Boston, administrator of Samuel Taylor dec'd $539.31 in negroes and money for full amount of her distributive share of her father's personal estate.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 27 July 1825
Receipt Abstract Benjamin Spencer received fromJames Boston, administrator of Samuel Taylor dec'd $539.31 in negroes and money in right of his wife Harriet.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 27 July 1825
Receipt Abstract Benjamin Spencer received fromJames Boston, administrator of Samuel Taylor dec'd $539.31 in negroes and money in right of his wife Harriet.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 Dec 1825
Receipt Abstract Charity Milligan received from Isaac Milligan, guardian, one negro boy Robert, being part of her father's estate. Wit: Daniel Ballard, Littleton D. Maddux.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 Dec 1825
Receipt Abstract Charity Milligan received from Isaac Milligan, guardian, one negro boy Robert, being part of her father's estate. Wit: Daniel Ballard, Littleton D. Maddux.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 1 Nov 1824
Receipt Abstract George J. Jones, guardian of Teresa Ann Jones, received from Mr. Edward Austin $598.93 as the balance due Teresa Ann Jones of her father's estate and also negroes Judy, Boy, Bend,Fanny and Susan. Negro girl Charlotte sold by Mr. Sustin to pay the board of said Teresa Ann Jones. tes: James Goslee
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 1 Nov 1824
Receipt Abstract George J. Jones, guardian of Teresa Ann Jones, received from Mr. Edward Austin $598.93 as the balance due Teresa Ann Jones of her father's estate and also negroes Judy, Boy, Bend,Fanny and Susan. Negro girl Charlotte sold by Mr. Sustin to pay the board of said Teresa Ann Jones. tes: James Goslee
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 June 1826
Receipt Abstract Francis I. Jones received from Peregrine Weatherly $905.64 balance due him from his father's estate and negroes Peter, James, and Ester. Test: 5 Oct 1826 Samuel James, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 June 1826
Receipt Abstract Francis I. Jones received from Peregrine Weatherly $905.64 balance due him from his father's estate and negroes Peter, James, and Ester. Test: 5 Oct 1826 Samuel James, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 8 Sept 1827
Receipt Abstract Margaret B. Chapman, widow of John Chapman, received from John Cottman, executor of said John Chapman, negroes Dennardo,Eben, James and Ibby in full of her dower and also received as guardian to her daughter Margaret Elizabeth Chapman negroes Pompey, David, John, Mary and Hagar and received negroes Peter, Henry,Simon, Nancy andJackson. test: Littleton Dennis, William Boggs, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 8 Sept 1827
Receipt Abstract Margaret B. Chapman, widow of John Chapman, received from John Cottman, executor of said John Chapman, negroes Dennardo,Eben, James and Ibby in full of her dower and also received as guardian to her daughter Margaret Elizabeth Chapman negroes Pompey, David, John, Mary and Hagar and received negroes Peter, Henry,Simon, Nancy andJackson. test: Littleton Dennis, William Boggs, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 11 Dec 1827
Receipt Abstract Daniel Ballard, guardian of Elizabeth Collins, orphan of Stephen Collins, dec'd received from William Collins, administrator of said dec'd negroes Isaiah, Will, Denwood, Henry, Jeremiah, Bob, Jim, Peter, Isaac, Stephen, Celia, Mary, and Leah, making the sum $3,102. Betsy Collins, widow of Stephen Collins, dec'd consented to payments to the guardian.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 11 Dec 1827
Receipt Abstract Daniel Ballard, guardian of Elizabeth Collins, orphan of Stephen Collins, dec'd received from William Collins, administrator of said dec'd negroes Isaiah, Will, Denwood, Henry, Jeremiah, Bob, Jim, Peter, Isaac, Stephen, Celia, Mary, and Leah, making the sum $3,102. Betsy Collins, widow of Stephen Collins, dec'd consented to payments to the guardian.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 11 Dec 1827
Receipt Abstract Betsy Collins, widow of Stephen Collins, dec'd received from William Collins, administrator, $954.41 and negroes Calib,Sarah and Milly. Daniel Ballarld, as guardian of Elizabeth Collins,minor and orphan of Stephen Collins,consents to the payments.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 11 Dec 1827
Receipt Abstract Betsy Collins, widow of Stephen Collins, dec'd received from William Collins, administrator, $954.41 and negroes Calib,Sarah and Milly. Daniel Ballarld, as guardian of Elizabeth Collins,minor and orphan of Stephen Collins,consents to the payments.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 Mar 1828
Receipt Abstract Levin Pollitt, guardian, received fromCapt. Michael B. Carroll, administrator of Betsey Bayly, dec'd one bed of furniture, negro woman Samer one large trunk, which were legacies by the will of dec'd to WilliamStephens, orphan. Test: Isaac M. Adams, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 Mar 1828
Receipt Abstract Levin Pollitt, guardian, received fromCapt. Michael B. Carroll, administrator of Betsey Bayly, dec'd one bed of furniture, negro woman Samer one large trunk, which were legacies by the will of dec'd to WilliamStephens, orphan. Test: Isaac M. Adams, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 Mar 1828
Receipt Abstract Levin Pollitt, guardian to John Stevens, received from Capt. Michael B. Carroll, administrator of Betsey Bayly, dec'd, negroes Edward and Anna left as legacies to John Stevens, orphan. Test: Isaac M. Adams
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 Mar 1828
Receipt Abstract Levin Pollitt, guardian to John Stevens, received from Capt. Michael B. Carroll, administrator of Betsey Bayly, dec'd, negroes Edward and Anna left as legacies to John Stevens, orphan. Test: Isaac M. Adams
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 21 July 1828
Receipt Abstract John Austin received from Peregrine Weatherly and wife, administrators of Edward Austin, dec'd negro Tubman. Test: John L. Hill, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 21 July 1828
Receipt Abstract John Austin received from Peregrine Weatherly and wife, administrators of Edward Austin, dec'd negro Tubman. Test: John L. Hill, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 23 July 1828
Receipt Abstract Eleanor Waters received from Marcelllus Jones, executor of Keziah Jones, dec'd negro girl Easterl and other property as per the will. Wit: Geroge Rowe, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 23 July 1828
Receipt Abstract Eleanor Waters received from Marcelllus Jones, executor of Keziah Jones, dec'd negro girl Easterl and other property as per the will. Wit: Geroge Rowe, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 23 july 1828
Receipt Abstract Elizabeth Jones received from Marcellus Jones, executor of Keziah Jones, dec'd negro boy Sandy and other property as per the will. Wit: George Row, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 23 july 1828
Receipt Abstract Elizabeth Jones received from Marcellus Jones, executor of Keziah Jones, dec'd negro boy Sandy and other property as per the will. Wit: George Row, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 23 July 1828
Receipt Abstract William Wallace received from Marcellus Jones, executor of Keziah Jones, dec'd negro girl Julia per the will, in right of his daughter Ellen Wallace. Wit: George Rowe, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 23 July 1828
Receipt Abstract William Wallace received from Marcellus Jones, executor of Keziah Jones, dec'd negro girl Julia per the will, in right of his daughter Ellen Wallace. Wit: George Rowe, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 9 Dec 1828
Receipt Abstract Margaret B. Chapman, guardian for Sarah Ann Chapman, received from John Cottman, executor of John Chapman, dec'd negroes Denard, Eben, Nancy and Jack and the sum of $1.66, for Sarah Ann Chapman's distributive share of her deceased father's estate. Wit; Jas. Denson
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 9 Dec 1828
Receipt Abstract Margaret B. Chapman, guardian for Sarah Ann Chapman, received from John Cottman, executor of John Chapman, dec'd negroes Denard, Eben, Nancy and Jack and the sum of $1.66, for Sarah Ann Chapman's distributive share of her deceased father's estate. Wit; Jas. Denson
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 9 Dec 1828
Receipt Abstract Margaret B. Chapman, guardian for Margaret E. Chapman, received from John Cottman, executor of John Chapman, dec'd, negroes Ppmpey, David, John, Mariah, Mary and Hagar and the sum of $1.66, for Margaret E. Chapman's distributive whare of her deceased father's estate. wit: Jas. Denson
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 9 Dec 1828
Receipt Abstract Margaret B. Chapman, guardian for Margaret E. Chapman, received from John Cottman, executor of John Chapman, dec'd, negroes Ppmpey, David, John, Mariah, Mary and Hagar and the sum of $1.66, for Margaret E. Chapman's distributive whare of her deceased father's estate. wit: Jas. Denson
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 12 Dec 1826
Receipt Abstract Edmund R. Goslee received from James Goslee, administrator of Thomas Goslee, as the legacies bequeathed to Levin Goslee, by the last will of his father Thomas Goslee, negroes Bob, George, Caroline, one bed and furniture and $155.98 as his distributive share of his father's estate. test: 20 Feb 1828 J.H. Durham before whom appeared Edmund R.Goslee, guardian to LevinGoslee.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 12 Dec 1826
Receipt Abstract Edmund R. Goslee received from James Goslee, administrator of Thomas Goslee, as the legacies bequeathed to Levin Goslee, by the last will of his father Thomas Goslee, negroes Bob, George, Caroline, one bed and furniture and $155.98 as his distributive share of his father's estate. test: 20 Feb 1828 J.H. Durham before whom appeared Edmund R.Goslee, guardian to LevinGoslee.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 12 Dec 1826
Receipt Abstract Edmund R.Goslee received from James Goslee, administrator of Thomas Goslee, as the legacies bequeathed to Elizabeth Goslee, by the last will of her father Thomas Goslee, negroes Nancym Leah, Jesse, one bed and furntiture and $155.98 as her distributive share of her father's estate. test: 20 Feb 1828 J.H. Durham before whom appeared Edmund R.Goslee, guardian to Elizabeth Goslee.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 12 Dec 1826
Receipt Abstract Edmund R.Goslee received from James Goslee, administrator of Thomas Goslee, as the legacies bequeathed to Elizabeth Goslee, by the last will of her father Thomas Goslee, negroes Nancym Leah, Jesse, one bed and furntiture and $155.98 as her distributive share of her father's estate. test: 20 Feb 1828 J.H. Durham before whom appeared Edmund R.Goslee, guardian to Elizabeth Goslee.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 11 Jun 1828
Receipt Abstract Caroline Travas received from Priscilla Travas, guardian, negro girl Sarah, on ebed and furniture and $30 cash as her distributive part of her father's estate. Test: John Insley
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Receipt Date 11 Jun 1828
Receipt Abstract Caroline Travas received from Priscilla Travas, guardian, negro girl Sarah, on ebed and furniture and $30 cash as her distributive part of her father's estate. Test: John Insley
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 8 April 1818
Receipt Abstract Arietta Travers received from Priscilla Travers, negro girl Leretia and other items for her part of her father's personal estate. Test: S. McClester
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 8 April 1818
Receipt Abstract Arietta Travers received from Priscilla Travers, negro girl Leretia and other items for her part of her father's personal estate. Test: S. McClester
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 2 Feb 1829
Receipt Abstract Hetty Disharoon received from Samuel Brown, executor of Stephen Disharoon, dec'd, negroes Beck and Nancy and $211.42 as her distributive share of the estate.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 2 Feb 1829
Receipt Abstract Hetty Disharoon received from Samuel Brown, executor of Stephen Disharoon, dec'd, negroes Beck and Nancy and $211.42 as her distributive share of the estate.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 3 Sept 1829
Receipt Abstract Elizageth E.W. Tilghman received fromSarah Hayward, James Boston's note of $1890,William Done's note form $800, negroes valued at $1,000 and $1683 cash, and Hayward's note for $41,100 being due Tilghman from Haward as her guardian. Test: George Willing
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 3 Sept 1829
Receipt Abstract Elizageth E.W. Tilghman received fromSarah Hayward, James Boston's note of $1890,William Done's note form $800, negroes valued at $1,000 and $1683 cash, and Hayward's note for $41,100 being due Tilghman from Haward as her guardian. Test: George Willing
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 Aug 1829
Receipt Abstract William James Handy received from Sarah Handym executrix of Thomas Handy, dec'd executor of John Handy, dec'd, negroes George, Denwood, Henry, Herman, Hariet and Hetty and a colt, which was bequeathed to him by his father, John Hndy, dec'd. test: W.H. Whittington,Thomas W.Bothem.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 Aug 1829
Receipt Abstract William James Handy received from Sarah Handym executrix of Thomas Handy, dec'd executor of John Handy, dec'd, negroes George, Denwood, Henry, Herman, Hariet and Hetty and a colt, which was bequeathed to him by his father, John Hndy, dec'd. test: W.H. Whittington,Thomas W.Bothem.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 Aug 1829
Receipt Abstract John S. Handy received from Sarah Handy, executrix of Thomas Handy, dec'd executor of John Handy, dec'd negroes Sam, Jacob and Nell and also his part of the schooner Leopard which were bequesthed to him by his father, John Handy. Wit: W.H.Whittington,Thomas W. Bothem.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 Aug 1829
Receipt Abstract John S. Handy received from Sarah Handy, executrix of Thomas Handy, dec'd executor of John Handy, dec'd negroes Sam, Jacob and Nell and also his part of the schooner Leopard which were bequesthed to him by his father, John Handy. Wit: W.H.Whittington,Thomas W. Bothem.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 17 Aug 1829
Receipt Abstract Mary C. Handy received from Sarah Handy, executrix of Thomas Handy, dec'd, executor of John Handy, dec'd. negroes Stephen, Levi, Nance, Leah, Milly and Charlotte and $1500 which were bequeathed to her by her father John Handy. Test: W.H. Whittington, Joshua R. Handy
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 17 Aug 1829
Receipt Abstract Mary C. Handy received from Sarah Handy, executrix of Thomas Handy, dec'd, executor of John Handy, dec'd. negroes Stephen, Levi, Nance, Leah, Milly and Charlotte and $1500 which were bequeathed to her by her father John Handy. Test: W.H. Whittington, Joshua R. Handy
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 Dec 1829
Receipt Abstract Levin Walter received from Levin Walter, administrator de bonis non of William Walter, dec'd, $102.77 for his part of his father's negroes. Test: George Waters
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 Dec 1829
Receipt Abstract Levin Walter received from Levin Walter, administrator de bonis non of William Walter, dec'd, $102.77 for his part of his father's negroes. Test: George Waters
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 13 Sept 1830
Receipt Abstract Henrietta H. Lockerman received from Josiah Bayly, administrator of Thomas Bayly, dec'd, in negroes and cash $176.81 as her distributive share of the dec'd's personal estate.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 13 Sept 1830
Receipt Abstract Henrietta H. Lockerman received from Josiah Bayly, administrator of Thomas Bayly, dec'd, in negroes and cash $176.81 as her distributive share of the dec'd's personal estate.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 22 Oct 1830
Receipt Abstract Henrietta B. Haynie received from Josiah Bayly, administrator of Thomas Bayly, dec'd n negroes and cash $1060.80 for her distributive share of the dec'ds personal estate.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 22 Oct 1830
Receipt Abstract Henrietta B. Haynie received from Josiah Bayly, administrator of Thomas Bayly, dec'd n negroes and cash $1060.80 for her distributive share of the dec'ds personal estate.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 May 1830
Receipt Abstract Benjamin Langford [Lankford] received from John P. Langford, his guardian, negro girl Leah appraised at $30 and $147.96 as his share of mother's personal estate and also negro girl Tamer and $220.81 as share of his father's real estate. Test: Thomas Robertson, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 May 1830
Receipt Abstract Benjamin Langford [Lankford] received from John P. Langford, his guardian, negro girl Leah appraised at $30 and $147.96 as his share of mother's personal estate and also negro girl Tamer and $220.81 as share of his father's real estate. Test: Thomas Robertson, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 Oct 1829
Receipt Abstract Samuel Williams of Wm. Guardian, received from Miss Hannah Hearn, executor of William Hearn, $1012.42 with interest from 2 August 1828 in full of the amount awarded to Mary A. Johnson and Purnell Johnson, children of William P. Johnson, by Handy H. Irving, William W. Handy andJohn Rider, from the estate of said William Hearn. Received also two negroes named Henry and George. Test: H.H. Irving: Elijah C. Johnson, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 Oct 1829
Receipt Abstract Samuel Williams of Wm. Guardian, received from Miss Hannah Hearn, executor of William Hearn, $1012.42 with interest from 2 August 1828 in full of the amount awarded to Mary A. Johnson and Purnell Johnson, children of William P. Johnson, by Handy H. Irving, William W. Handy andJohn Rider, from the estate of said William Hearn. Received also two negroes named Henry and George. Test: H.H. Irving: Elijah C. Johnson, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 17 May 1831
Receipt Abstract Samuel Smith Costin received from James Polk his late guardian $248.73 for the sale of negro Patience and her child, legacies left him by Matthias Tayler. Wit: Isaac M. Adams, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 17 May 1831
Receipt Abstract Samuel Smith Costin received from James Polk his late guardian $248.73 for the sale of negro Patience and her child, legacies left him by Matthias Tayler. Wit: Isaac M. Adams, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 1 April 1831
Receipt Abstract Henry F. Wright had received from George B.R. Costin, admr d.b.n. of Margaret Fitchett, deceased $36.02 arising from the sale of a negro woman and child as payment for legacy left wife by said Margaret Fitchett. Test: George A.Z. Smith, J.P. Dorchester County
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 1 April 1831
Receipt Abstract Henry F. Wright had received from George B.R. Costin, admr d.b.n. of Margaret Fitchett, deceased $36.02 arising from the sale of a negro woman and child as payment for legacy left wife by said Margaret Fitchett. Test: George A.Z. Smith, J.P. Dorchester County
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 20 June 1831
Receipt Abstract John Byrd received as his distributive share of his father Thomas Byrd's personal estate form Elizabeth Byrd, his guardian, negroes: man Docter at $125, boy Arthur at $50, girl Eliza at $20, one still, worm and tub at $70 and cash of $1507.54. Test: DAvid Howard, George Maddux; Elijah C. Johnson, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 20 June 1831
Receipt Abstract John Byrd received as his distributive share of his father Thomas Byrd's personal estate form Elizabeth Byrd, his guardian, negroes: man Docter at $125, boy Arthur at $50, girl Eliza at $20, one still, worm and tub at $70 and cash of $1507.54. Test: DAvid Howard, George Maddux; Elijah C. Johnson, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 18 July 1831
Receipt Abstract William A. Fontaine received from Whitty Fontaine guardian to Sally Anne, Elzey Fontaine, negroes George, Johnson, Sarah, Frederick, Julie, Anne and all of his other property in the hands ofWhitty Fontaine. Wit: WilliamWaters, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 18 July 1831
Receipt Abstract William A. Fontaine received from Whitty Fontaine guardian to Sally Anne, Elzey Fontaine, negroes George, Johnson, Sarah, Frederick, Julie, Anne and all of his other property in the hands ofWhitty Fontaine. Wit: WilliamWaters, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 14 Oct 1831
Receipt Abstract James Gordon received $400 from Samuel Gordon surviving administrator of John McClester, deceased, value of legacies of negroes Israel at $225 and Betty at $175. wit: James Denson, J.P.
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Receipt Date 14 Oct 1831
Receipt Abstract James Gordon received $400 from Samuel Gordon surviving administrator of John McClester, deceased, value of legacies of negroes Israel at $225 and Betty at $175. wit: James Denson, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 14 Oct 1831
Receipt Abstract Anne M. Fontain received $3065 from Samuel Gordon, surviving administrator of John McClester, deceased for legacies bequeathed to her and late husband James R.J. Mc Fontain. Legacies were negroes: William, Albert, George and Levin at $300 each, Jacob, Daniel and James at $275 each, Martin, Betsy, McClester, Charlotte nd Milcah at $200 each, Josiah and Fender at $100 each and one horse at $40. Test: Covington Cordrey, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 14 Oct 1831
Receipt Abstract Anne M. Fontain received $3065 from Samuel Gordon, surviving administrator of John McClester, deceased for legacies bequeathed to her and late husband James R.J. Mc Fontain. Legacies were negroes: William, Albert, George and Levin at $300 each, Jacob, Daniel and James at $275 each, Martin, Betsy, McClester, Charlotte nd Milcah at $200 each, Josiah and Fender at $100 each and one horse at $40. Test: Covington Cordrey, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 May 1831
Receipt Abstract George Johnson reeived from his guardian John Miles, property of negroes: Jacob, George, Wat, Lige, Comfort, Minty and child, Alce and child, Bridget, Eliza, Anne and Maria and their increase and $299.35 cash. Wit: Wh.H.Whittington
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 May 1831
Receipt Abstract George Johnson reeived from his guardian John Miles, property of negroes: Jacob, George, Wat, Lige, Comfort, Minty and child, Alce and child, Bridget, Eliza, Anne and Maria and their increase and $299.35 cash. Wit: Wh.H.Whittington
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 1 Nov 1831
Receipt Abstract Caroline Tull, Jr. received from CarolineTull, executor of Samuel Tull, deceased $508.32 and negro Sacker valued at $300 for the first and second distributive share of deceasd's estate. Wit: William Roach
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 1 Nov 1831
Receipt Abstract Caroline Tull, Jr. received from CarolineTull, executor of Samuel Tull, deceased $508.32 and negro Sacker valued at $300 for the first and second distributive share of deceasd's estate. Wit: William Roach
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 April 1832
Receipt Abstract Anna M.D. Walter received from Sarah Walterl her guardian, $785 for her part of the negroes of father James Walter. Wit: Covington Cordray, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 10 April 1832
Receipt Abstract Anna M.D. Walter received from Sarah Walterl her guardian, $785 for her part of the negroes of father James Walter. Wit: Covington Cordray, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 2 Nov 1832
Receipt Abstract Sarah S. Maddux received from Littleton D. Maddux, guardian, amount to which she was entitled out of estate of her grandfather, Daniel Maddux, cosnisting of negroes: Stephen, Caroline, George, Ceasor and part of bond due on real estate estate sold. Wit: Daniel Ballard, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 2 Nov 1832
Receipt Abstract Sarah S. Maddux received from Littleton D. Maddux, guardian, amount to which she was entitled out of estate of her grandfather, Daniel Maddux, cosnisting of negroes: Stephen, Caroline, George, Ceasor and part of bond due on real estate estate sold. Wit: Daniel Ballard, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 25 July 1832
Receipt Abstract Lucreatia Harris received from John Harris, administrator of William Hopkins, deceased. $300 and negro man Ishmael as her part of the estate. Test: J.S. Evans
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 25 July 1832
Receipt Abstract Lucreatia Harris received from John Harris, administrator of William Hopkins, deceased. $300 and negro man Ishmael as her part of the estate. Test: J.S. Evans
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 25 July 1832
Receipt Abstract Charlotte E. Harris received from John Harris, administrator of William Hopkins, deceased, negroes left to her by William Hopkins, Hary andSusan with all her children which Charlotte has in her possession. Test: J.S. Evans
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Receipt Date 25 July 1832
Receipt Abstract Charlotte E. Harris received from John Harris, administrator of William Hopkins, deceased, negroes left to her by William Hopkins, Hary andSusan with all her children which Charlotte has in her possession. Test: J.S. Evans
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 20 Nov 1832
Receipt Abstract James Johnson received from Nathan J. Lankford and his wife Eliza W. Lankford, negroes Judah, Henry, Elzy, Henny, Charity, Eddy, and Ben in full of legacy left his son George Wilson Johnson by his grandmother Hannah Wilson, deceased, in her will. Test: John P. Lankford, J.P.
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Receipt Date 20 Nov 1832
Receipt Abstract James Johnson received from Nathan J. Lankford and his wife Eliza W. Lankford, negroes Judah, Henry, Elzy, Henny, Charity, Eddy, and Ben in full of legacy left his son George Wilson Johnson by his grandmother Hannah Wilson, deceased, in her will. Test: John P. Lankford, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 16 Feb 1828
Receipt Abstract Benjamin Roberts received from Robert Stewart executor of Thomas Robertson of George, deceased, $81.10 as residue of said estate, old negro woman Fanny and $40 for 110 acres of land as will appear by the return of LIttletonAires and Benjamin J. Jones to the Orphans' Court. Test: James Jenson
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 16 Feb 1828
Receipt Abstract Benjamin Roberts received from Robert Stewart executor of Thomas Robertson of George, deceased, $81.10 as residue of said estate, old negro woman Fanny and $40 for 110 acres of land as will appear by the return of LIttletonAires and Benjamin J. Jones to the Orphans' Court. Test: James Jenson
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 July 1833
Receipt Abstract Margaret Barnes received form William Porter administrator of Parker Barnes, deceased the following negroes: Stephen at $375, Peggy at $10, Mary at $250 and the further sum in cash at different times of $813.37 the same being in full of her third part, and of my two children's Isaac and Francis Barnes'distributive share of said deceased's estate. Before James Polk, Regr W.S.C..
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 July 1833
Receipt Abstract Margaret Barnes received form William Porter administrator of Parker Barnes, deceased the following negroes: Stephen at $375, Peggy at $10, Mary at $250 and the further sum in cash at different times of $813.37 the same being in full of her third part, and of my two children's Isaac and Francis Barnes'distributive share of said deceased's estate. Before James Polk, Regr W.S.C..
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 April 1816 check this date
Receipt Abstract William Burgin received from Joseph Whitney, one negro girl Amelia ages about ten years being in full of brother Thomas Burgin, deceased's personal estate. Test: Robert Leatherbury
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Receipt Date 24 April 1816 check this date
Receipt Abstract William Burgin received from Joseph Whitney, one negro girl Amelia ages about ten years being in full of brother Thomas Burgin, deceased's personal estate. Test: Robert Leatherbury
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 14 Jan 1834
Receipt Abstract James Adams received from Marcellus Jones, executor of CharlesParmor, deceased, the one third part of negro Tom valued at $300 and $123.13 as the revelauation of the negro and the residue of the estate. Before Jame Polk, Rg W.S.C.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 14 Jan 1834
Receipt Abstract James Adams received from Marcellus Jones, executor of CharlesParmor, deceased, the one third part of negro Tom valued at $300 and $123.13 as the revelauation of the negro and the residue of the estate. Before Jame Polk, Rg W.S.C.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 13 July 1831
Receipt Abstract William Leonard received $57.50 from Joseph Leonard as his right in a black boy Elzey willed to them by their sister Elizabeth Leonard.
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Receipt Date 13 July 1831
Receipt Abstract William Leonard received $57.50 from Joseph Leonard as his right in a black boy Elzey willed to them by their sister Elizabeth Leonard.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 6 Jan 1834
Receipt Abstract Isaac Leonard received from Joseph Leonard, executor of Elizabeth Leonard, deceased, one half of negro boy Henry, a legacy from his sister Elizabeth Leonard, deceased. Test: Elijah C. Johnson, J.P.
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Receipt Date 6 Jan 1834
Receipt Abstract Isaac Leonard received from Joseph Leonard, executor of Elizabeth Leonard, deceased, one half of negro boy Henry, a legacy from his sister Elizabeth Leonard, deceased. Test: Elijah C. Johnson, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 3 Jan 1834
Receipt Abstract SamuelLeonard received from Joseph Leonard, executor of Elizbeth Leonard, negroes Noah and James, andother items left to him by sister Elizabeth Leonard, deceased. Test: Isaac Leonard, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 3 Jan 1834
Receipt Abstract SamuelLeonard received from Joseph Leonard, executor of Elizbeth Leonard, negroes Noah and James, andother items left to him by sister Elizabeth Leonard, deceased. Test: Isaac Leonard, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 3Jan 1834
Receipt Abstract Ann Leonard received from Joseph Leonard, executor of Elizabeth Leonard, deceased negro woman named Leah, a legacyleft by her daughter Elizabeth Leonard, deceased. Test: Isaac Leonard, J.P.
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Receipt Date 3Jan 1834
Receipt Abstract Ann Leonard received from Joseph Leonard, executor of Elizabeth Leonard, deceased negro woman named Leah, a legacyleft by her daughter Elizabeth Leonard, deceased. Test: Isaac Leonard, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 16 April 1834
Receipt Abstract Gilbert Guillelt received from Whitty Fontaine, Esq., guardian of Elizabeth Mc. Fontaine now Elizabeth Mc Guillett, the wife of Gilbert Guillett, negroes: Handy, Martha, Bill, James Bridget, Margaret, Ellen, Clondebury and Nancy, being the personal estate of the said ward in the hands of her guardianand also $35.30 for the balance due the said ward and eonerate said Witty Fontaine for the guardianship. Before Jame Polk, Regr.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 16 April 1834
Receipt Abstract Gilbert Guillelt received from Whitty Fontaine, Esq., guardian of Elizabeth Mc. Fontaine now Elizabeth Mc Guillett, the wife of Gilbert Guillett, negroes: Handy, Martha, Bill, James Bridget, Margaret, Ellen, Clondebury and Nancy, being the personal estate of the said ward in the hands of her guardianand also $35.30 for the balance due the said ward and eonerate said Witty Fontaine for the guardianship. Before Jame Polk, Regr.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 23 Sept 1834
Receipt Abstract John B.Miles received from Whitty Fontaine, guardian to Sally AnnElzey,nowwife of said John B. Miles, all negroes derived by Sally Ann Elzey from the estate of her father, also received all balance of money due his wife ot of the estate of ther mother, derived from William Long's estate except the balance due on the division of said Long's negroes. Before James Polk, Regr.
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Receipt Date 23 Sept 1834
Receipt Abstract John B.Miles received from Whitty Fontaine, guardian to Sally AnnElzey,nowwife of said John B. Miles, all negroes derived by Sally Ann Elzey from the estate of her father, also received all balance of money due his wife ot of the estate of ther mother, derived from William Long's estate except the balance due on the division of said Long's negroes. Before James Polk, Regr.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 14 April 1834
Receipt Abstract Samuel D. Milbourn received from William Roach Sr., executor of Patty Dix, deceased, three negro boys by names of Stephen, Noah and Milton, & household goods and livestock for a legacy left him by the will of Patty Dix,deceased. Wit: LevinTyler, J.P.
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Receipt Date 14 April 1834
Receipt Abstract Samuel D. Milbourn received from William Roach Sr., executor of Patty Dix, deceased, three negro boys by names of Stephen, Noah and Milton, & household goods and livestock for a legacy left him by the will of Patty Dix,deceased. Wit: LevinTyler, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 21 Aug 1834
Receipt Abstract Mary A.F. James formerly of Somerset County but at this time residing in the State of Pennsylvania, Chester County, daughter and heir of Jacob James deceased, also heir to her grandmother Mary James, deceased, releases her guardian John Austin and acknowledges receipt of negro Amy and her several children Ferdinand, Robert, Levy, James, Mary, George, and Peter from her father's estate and $319.56. 3/4 from her grandmother's estate. Wit: Zebedes Anderson, J.P.
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Receipt Date 21 Aug 1834
Receipt Abstract Mary A.F. James formerly of Somerset County but at this time residing in the State of Pennsylvania, Chester County, daughter and heir of Jacob James deceased, also heir to her grandmother Mary James, deceased, releases her guardian John Austin and acknowledges receipt of negro Amy and her several children Ferdinand, Robert, Levy, James, Mary, George, and Peter from her father's estate and $319.56. 3/4 from her grandmother's estate. Wit: Zebedes Anderson, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 6 Nov 1834
Receipt Abstract RobertSlemons received from John B.Slemons executor of the Rev. John B.Slemons, one negro boy Frank, and books , property being specified legacies left by his father in his will.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 6 Nov 1834
Receipt Abstract RobertSlemons received from John B.Slemons executor of the Rev. John B.Slemons, one negro boy Frank, and books , property being specified legacies left by his father in his will.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 18 A[ril 1835
Receipt Abstract William T. Broughton received from Mr. Isaac T. Marshall, executor of Molly Cox, deceased, negro man called Selby as full payment of legacies left him by the deceased. Wit: Levin Tyler, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 18 A[ril 1835
Receipt Abstract William T. Broughton received from Mr. Isaac T. Marshall, executor of Molly Cox, deceased, negro man called Selby as full payment of legacies left him by the deceased. Wit: Levin Tyler, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 12 April 1835
Receipt Abstract Jacob M. Andrews received from Isaac T. Marshall, executor of Molly Cox, deceased, one negro boy John and $300 as his part of the hosue and lot as payment for his legacies by the will of the deceased. Wit: Levin Tyler, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 12 April 1835
Receipt Abstract Jacob M. Andrews received from Isaac T. Marshall, executor of Molly Cox, deceased, one negro boy John and $300 as his part of the hosue and lot as payment for his legacies by the will of the deceased. Wit: Levin Tyler, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 13 Dec 1834
Receipt Abstract Ann Andrews received from Isaac T.Marshall, executor of Molly Cox, deceased, one negro girl Elizer and other personalty as her legacies from the will of the deceased. Wit: Levin Tyler, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 13 Dec 1834
Receipt Abstract Ann Andrews received from Isaac T.Marshall, executor of Molly Cox, deceased, one negro girl Elizer and other personalty as her legacies from the will of the deceased. Wit: Levin Tyler, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 18 April 1835
Receipt Abstract John T. Adams and Mary A.T. Adams received fromElijah Broughton administrator de bonis non of the personal estate of Henry Broughton, deceased, negroes Daniel, Ned, Joe, Ephraim, Eliza and Beth and other personal property they were entitled to . Wit: Theodore G..Dashiell, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 18 April 1835
Receipt Abstract John T. Adams and Mary A.T. Adams received fromElijah Broughton administrator de bonis non of the personal estate of Henry Broughton, deceased, negroes Daniel, Ned, Joe, Ephraim, Eliza and Beth and other personal property they were entitled to . Wit: Theodore G..Dashiell, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 28 July 1835
Receipt Abstract Mary A. Stewart received $481.18 for the distributive share of her father, John C. Stewart's estate, one negro boy Josiah given to her by her mother. She also acquits William Miles of Samuel as her guardian. Wit: Samuel S.Miles, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 28 July 1835
Receipt Abstract Mary A. Stewart received $481.18 for the distributive share of her father, John C. Stewart's estate, one negro boy Josiah given to her by her mother. She also acquits William Miles of Samuel as her guardian. Wit: Samuel S.Miles, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 22 March 1835
Receipt Abstract Edmond Weatherly received $12.50 from Susan L. Weatherly, it being the balance due his wife, Ann Maria Weatherly, arising from her estate within the hands of the Peregrine Weatherly; received also negroes Robert and Betsy and other items from the estate of Edward Austin, deceased. Wit: Thomas D. Evans, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 22 March 1835
Receipt Abstract Edmond Weatherly received $12.50 from Susan L. Weatherly, it being the balance due his wife, Ann Maria Weatherly, arising from her estate within the hands of the Peregrine Weatherly; received also negroes Robert and Betsy and other items from the estate of Edward Austin, deceased. Wit: Thomas D. Evans, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 19 Dec 1835
Receipt Abstract Elizabeth Bailey received from John W. Taylor, agent of James B.Moore, administrator d.b.n.ofJames Bayley's estate, two negroes Samuel and George, as her part of the estate which was valued by commissioners and placed to her by paying over to the other heirs $183.33. Wit: John Dickerson, J.P.Worceter County
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 19 Dec 1835
Receipt Abstract Elizabeth Bailey received from John W. Taylor, agent of James B.Moore, administrator d.b.n.ofJames Bayley's estate, two negroes Samuel and George, as her part of the estate which was valued by commissioners and placed to her by paying over to the other heirs $183.33. Wit: John Dickerson, J.P.Worceter County
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 13 Jan 1838
Receipt Abstract Henry Pollitt, George Brown, James B. Harris, and Salatiel Griffith received fromJohn W. Taylor, agent of James B.Moore, administrator d.b.n. of James Bayleys estate, negro man Joe and $66.75 in full for their share of the estate as heirs of Nelly Harris, deceased. Wit: EdwinDashiell, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 13 Jan 1838
Receipt Abstract Henry Pollitt, George Brown, James B. Harris, and Salatiel Griffith received fromJohn W. Taylor, agent of James B.Moore, administrator d.b.n. of James Bayleys estate, negro man Joe and $66.75 in full for their share of the estate as heirs of Nelly Harris, deceased. Wit: EdwinDashiell, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 Dec 1835
Receipt Abstract John Taylor of William, guardian of George Thomas and Perry Moore, received from John W.Taylor and Thomas Mitchell, securities of James B.Moore, administrator d.b.n. of James Bayly deceased, $425, it being in full of George Thomas and Perry Moore, heirs of Hetty Moore, deceased; their proportionate share of the negroes of James Bayly deceased according to the division made by William Whayland and Thomas Morris as appraisers of said Bayly's negroes. Wit: Thomas D. Evans, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 30 Dec 1835
Receipt Abstract John Taylor of William, guardian of George Thomas and Perry Moore, received from John W.Taylor and Thomas Mitchell, securities of James B.Moore, administrator d.b.n. of James Bayly deceased, $425, it being in full of George Thomas and Perry Moore, heirs of Hetty Moore, deceased; their proportionate share of the negroes of James Bayly deceased according to the division made by William Whayland and Thomas Morris as appraisers of said Bayly's negroes. Wit: Thomas D. Evans, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 12 Mar 1838
Receipt Abstract Hugh Jackson received from Isaac B. Jackson, executor of Elihu Jackson, negro boy Sandy, one still and apparatus and other items appraised to $284, as his part of personal estate. Wit: Elijah C. Johnson, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 12 Mar 1838
Receipt Abstract Hugh Jackson received from Isaac B. Jackson, executor of Elihu Jackson, negro boy Sandy, one still and apparatus and other items appraised to $284, as his part of personal estate. Wit: Elijah C. Johnson, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 18 Sept 1833
Receipt Abstract James Lowery, who intermarried with Levisa Kennerly widow of Ovil Kennerly, received from Edward Fowler, acting administrator of Ovil Kennerly, negroes Harry at $300, Leah at $325 and Sam at $200 and other sums making the aggregate $1813.75 being for his wife's distribution and money due her as guardian to her children. From 1 Jan 1838 account, mentins son Ovail Kennerly died since this father. Wit: Isaac Leonard, J.P. Filed 12 Oct 1836.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 18 Sept 1833
Receipt Abstract James Lowery, who intermarried with Levisa Kennerly widow of Ovil Kennerly, received from Edward Fowler, acting administrator of Ovil Kennerly, negroes Harry at $300, Leah at $325 and Sam at $200 and other sums making the aggregate $1813.75 being for his wife's distribution and money due her as guardian to her children. From 1 Jan 1838 account, mentins son Ovail Kennerly died since this father. Wit: Isaac Leonard, J.P. Filed 12 Oct 1836.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 July 1837
Receipt Abstract Marcellus Jones received from Henry Hyland administrator of Priscilla Atkinson, deceased, in the distribution of the negroes of said deceased negro Hanson inright of Thomas T.Ayres, appraised in the divisionat $900. Wit: John Leatherbury, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 July 1837
Receipt Abstract Marcellus Jones received from Henry Hyland administrator of Priscilla Atkinson, deceased, in the distribution of the negroes of said deceased negro Hanson inright of Thomas T.Ayres, appraised in the divisionat $900. Wit: John Leatherbury, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 5 Aug 1837
Receipt Abstract Thomas B. Robertson received from Henry Hyland administrator of Priscilla Atkinson, deceased, negro Maria. Wit: Theodor G. Dashiell, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 5 Aug 1837
Receipt Abstract Thomas B. Robertson received from Henry Hyland administrator of Priscilla Atkinson, deceased, negro Maria. Wit: Theodor G. Dashiell, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 July 1838
Receipt Abstract Marcellus Jones, assignee of George H.Cristofor, received from Henry Hyland, administrator of Priscilla Atkinson, deceased, negro Nathan appraised at $20, in right of George H. Christopher.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 July 1838
Receipt Abstract Marcellus Jones, assignee of George H.Cristofor, received from Henry Hyland, administrator of Priscilla Atkinson, deceased, negro Nathan appraised at $20, in right of George H. Christopher.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 July 1837
Receipt Abstract John W. H. Parsons, assignee of Littleton Ayres deceased, negro Isaac valued by the commissioners at $853, the distributive share of each hair being $622 and the assignee has paid to Isaac Ayres, another reprentative, $228. Wit: Jon Leatherbury, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 24 July 1837
Receipt Abstract John W. H. Parsons, assignee of Littleton Ayres deceased, negro Isaac valued by the commissioners at $853, the distributive share of each hair being $622 and the assignee has paid to Isaac Ayres, another reprentative, $228. Wit: Jon Leatherbury, J.P.
State Maryland
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 1 Aug 1837
Receipt Abstract Jacob Ayres received from Henry Hyland administrator of Priscilla Atkinson, deceased, negroes Pasey, Betsey, Anna and Henry, valued in the distribution $675. Wit: Henry Brice, Notary Public for City of Baltimore
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 1 Aug 1837
Receipt Abstract Jacob Ayres received from Henry Hyland administrator of Priscilla Atkinson, deceased, negroes Pasey, Betsey, Anna and Henry, valued in the distribution $675. Wit: Henry Brice, Notary Public for City of Baltimore
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 29 Aug 1837
Receipt Abstract Henry D. Maddux received from Littleton D. Maddux note of hand for $304, one negro man Isaiah Landon, boy John, being Henry's part of his grandfather's estate. Wit: Daniel Ballard, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 29 Aug 1837
Receipt Abstract Henry D. Maddux received from Littleton D. Maddux note of hand for $304, one negro man Isaiah Landon, boy John, being Henry's part of his grandfather's estate. Wit: Daniel Ballard, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 4 Sept 1837
Receipt Abstract Betsey EmL. Disharoon received from her guardian William S. Disharoon, negro man Sam Chase and releases securities Levin W. Disharoon, deceased or his estate and John Snders. Negro Sam was out of the possession of Benjamin J. Jones exectuor of John Jones of Benjamin. Test: John Rider, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 4 Sept 1837
Receipt Abstract Betsey EmL. Disharoon received from her guardian William S. Disharoon, negro man Sam Chase and releases securities Levin W. Disharoon, deceased or his estate and John Snders. Negro Sam was out of the possession of Benjamin J. Jones exectuor of John Jones of Benjamin. Test: John Rider, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 7 Sept 1837
Receipt Abstract James K. Gunby received from William Gunby, his late guardian, one negro man Hugh and $681.01 for his distributive share of late fathr's estate. Wit: Jon Rider, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 7 Sept 1837
Receipt Abstract James K. Gunby received from William Gunby, his late guardian, one negro man Hugh and $681.01 for his distributive share of late fathr's estate. Wit: Jon Rider, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 25 Feb 1837
Receipt Abstract B. Gordy, guardian of Levin r. W. Dorman, received from George Parsons, executor of LevinDorman, deceased, negroes Littleton valued at $175 and Betsey at $60 and $122.10 as said Levin's distributive share of his father's personal estate. Wit: Wm. W. Maddux, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 25 Feb 1837
Receipt Abstract B. Gordy, guardian of Levin r. W. Dorman, received from George Parsons, executor of LevinDorman, deceased, negroes Littleton valued at $175 and Betsey at $60 and $122.10 as said Levin's distributive share of his father's personal estate. Wit: Wm. W. Maddux, J.P.
State Maryland
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 25 Feb 1837
Receipt Abstract Benjamn Gordy, guardian of Leah R. Dorman, received from George Parson, executor of Levin Dorman, deceased, negroes Jenny valued at $200 and Noah at $15 and $182.10 as said Leah's distributive share of deceased's personal estate. Wit: WmMaddux, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 25 Feb 1837
Receipt Abstract Benjamn Gordy, guardian of Leah R. Dorman, received from George Parson, executor of Levin Dorman, deceased, negroes Jenny valued at $200 and Noah at $15 and $182.10 as said Leah's distributive share of deceased's personal estate. Wit: WmMaddux, J.P.
State Maryland
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 21 Aug 1837
Receipt Abstract Hetty Dorman, received from George Parsons, executor of Levin Dorman, deceased, negroes James valued at $300 and Minta at $10 and $320.66 for her distributive share of deceased's estate. Wit: Wm W. Maddux, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 21 Aug 1837
Receipt Abstract Hetty Dorman, received from George Parsons, executor of Levin Dorman, deceased, negroes James valued at $300 and Minta at $10 and $320.66 for her distributive share of deceased's estate. Wit: Wm W. Maddux, J.P.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 22 Dec 1837
Receipt Abstract Alfred H. Jones, attorney in fact for Edward W. and Ann Eliza Jones, received fromSamuel W. Jones, administrator d.b.n. c.w.a. of Mathias Jones, negroes Sarah, Patience, $168.92 2/7ths and $238.86 by two distributions in said estate. Before James Polk, Reg.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 22 Dec 1837
Receipt Abstract Alfred H. Jones, attorney in fact for Edward W. and Ann Eliza Jones, received fromSamuel W. Jones, administrator d.b.n. c.w.a. of Mathias Jones, negroes Sarah, Patience, $168.92 2/7ths and $238.86 by two distributions in said estate. Before James Polk, Reg.
State Maryland
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 21 Dec 1837
Receipt Abstract I.D. Jones, attorney in fact for Tubman and Margaret Jones, received from Samuel W. Jones, executor of Milcha G. Jones, deceased, negro Sally and $236.86 1/4 as their distributive share of said deceased, negro Sally and $236.86 1/4 as their distributive share of said eceased's estate.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 21 Dec 1837
Receipt Abstract I.D. Jones, attorney in fact for Tubman and Margaret Jones, received from Samuel W. Jones, executor of Milcha G. Jones, deceased, negro Sally and $236.86 1/4 as their distributive share of said deceased, negro Sally and $236.86 1/4 as their distributive share of said eceased's estate.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 22 Dec 1837
Receipt Abstract Alfred H. Jones received from Samuel W. Jones administrator d.b.n. c.w.a. of Matthias Jones, $625.52 in negroes and money from the personal estate of the deceased. Before James Polk, Reg.
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County Somerset
Receipt Date 22 Dec 1837
Receipt Abstract Alfred H. Jones received from Samuel W. Jones administrator d.b.n. c.w.a. of Matthias Jones, $625.52 in negroes and money from the personal estate of the deceased. Before James Polk, Reg.
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