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    Old Easter

    Account book, 1840-1876, of William H. Sanders, of "Lower Byrd," Goochland County, Va., Account book, c. 1840 - 1876

    William Sanders apparently served as overseer for Mrs. Louise G. Allen. Accounts concern African-American slaves (including birth and death records), livestock, purchases for the plantation, and produce sold, chiefly tobacco and grains. Written top of page 1 - "A list of hands Horses and stock of all kind found on the Lower Bird Esstate 18th November 1840 by Willim H Sanders left by John Branham" Written top of page 3 - "A list of hands and…

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    Citty

    Account book, 1840-1876, of William H. Sanders, of "Lower Byrd," Goochland County, Va., Account book, c. 1840 - 1876

    William Sanders apparently served as overseer for Mrs. Louise G. Allen. Accounts concern African-American slaves (including birth and death records), livestock, purchases for the plantation, and produce sold, chiefly tobacco and grains. Written top of page 1 - "A list of hands Horses and stock of all kind found on the Lower Bird Esstate 18th November 1840 by Willim H Sanders left by John Branham" Written top of page 3 - "A list of hands and…

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    Mary Seldon

    Account book, 1840-1876, of William H. Sanders, of "Lower Byrd," Goochland County, Va., Account book, c. 1840 - 1876

    William Sanders apparently served as overseer for Mrs. Louise G. Allen. Accounts concern African-American slaves (including birth and death records), livestock, purchases for the plantation, and produce sold, chiefly tobacco and grains. Written top of page 1 - "A list of hands Horses and stock of all kind found on the Lower Bird Esstate 18th November 1840 by Willim H Sanders left by John Branham" Written top of page 3 - "A list of hands and…

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    Eliza

    Account book, 1840-1876, of William H. Sanders, of "Lower Byrd," Goochland County, Va., Account book, c. 1840 - 1876

    William Sanders apparently served as overseer for Mrs. Louise G. Allen. Accounts concern African-American slaves (including birth and death records), livestock, purchases for the plantation, and produce sold, chiefly tobacco and grains. Written top of page 1 - "A list of hands Horses and stock of all kind found on the Lower Bird Esstate 18th November 1840 by Willim H Sanders left by John Branham" Written top of page 3 - "A list of hands and…

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    Fanny Straver

    Account book, 1840-1876, of William H. Sanders, of "Lower Byrd," Goochland County, Va., Account book, c. 1840 - 1876

    William Sanders apparently served as overseer for Mrs. Louise G. Allen. Accounts concern African-American slaves (including birth and death records), livestock, purchases for the plantation, and produce sold, chiefly tobacco and grains. Written top of page 1 - "A list of hands Horses and stock of all kind found on the Lower Bird Esstate 18th November 1840 by Willim H Sanders left by John Branham" Written top of page 3 - "A list of hands and…

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    Fanny Brig

    Account book, 1840-1876, of William H. Sanders, of "Lower Byrd," Goochland County, Va., Account book, c. 1840 - 1876

    William Sanders apparently served as overseer for Mrs. Louise G. Allen. Accounts concern African-American slaves (including birth and death records), livestock, purchases for the plantation, and produce sold, chiefly tobacco and grains. Written top of page 1 - "A list of hands Horses and stock of all kind found on the Lower Bird Esstate 18th November 1840 by Willim H Sanders left by John Branham" Written top of page 3 - "A list of hands and…

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    Unknown

    Account book, 1840-1876, of William H. Sanders, of "Lower Byrd," Goochland County, Va., Account book, c. 1840 - 1876

    William Sanders apparently served as overseer for Mrs. Louise G. Allen. Accounts concern African-American slaves (including birth and death records), livestock, purchases for the plantation, and produce sold, chiefly tobacco and grains. Written top of page 1 - "A list of hands Horses and stock of all kind found on the Lower Bird Esstate 18th November 1840 by Willim H Sanders left by John Branham" Written top of page 3 - "A list of hands and…

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    Hezekiah Lord Wight

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Gany

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Stepney

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Henry

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Stephen

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Jacob Fowler

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Davy Waller

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Jim Lewis

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Jim Wright

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    William White

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    William

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Lucy

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Polly

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Nancy

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Barbara

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Maria

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Lucia

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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    Polly

    Account book, c. 1840, of the estate of Hezekiah L. Wight, of "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Va., concerning the distribution of provisions to his African-American slaves., Account book, c. 1840

    "List of negroes at Tuckahoe with the meal fish & meal the are entitled to Draw each week in the year" Tuckahoe was built by Thomas Randolph (1683-1729) and passed from him to his son William Randolph (d. 1745), to William's son Thomas Mann Randolph I (1741-1795), and finally to Thomas Mann Randolph III ([1792-1848], son of T. M. Randolph I by his second wife, Gabriella (Harvie) Randolph Brockenbrough. Thomas Mann Randolph III sold one half of…

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