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    Centhea

    Account, 1832, of the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning purchase of African-American slaves by Henry Carrington, of Charlotte County, Va., Account, 08/21/1832

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    Clarissa

    Account, 1832, of the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning purchase of African-American slaves by Henry Carrington, of Charlotte County, Va., Account, 08/21/1832

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    Lewis

    Account, 1832, of the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning purchase of African-American slaves by Henry Carrington, of Charlotte County, Va., Account, 08/21/1832

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    Eliza

    Account, 1832, of the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning purchase of African-American slaves by Henry Carrington, of Charlotte County, Va., Account, 08/21/1832

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    Nathan

    Account, 1832, of the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning purchase of African-American slaves by Henry Carrington, of Charlotte County, Va., Account, 08/21/1832

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    Abram

    Account, 1832, of the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning purchase of African-American slaves by Henry Carrington, of Charlotte County, Va., Account, 08/21/1832

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    Molley

    Account, 1832, of the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning purchase of African-American slaves by Henry Carrington, of Charlotte County, Va., Account, 08/21/1832

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    Joe

    Account, 1832, of the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning purchase of African-American slaves by Henry Carrington, of Charlotte County, Va., Account, 08/21/1832

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    Brillaenea

    Account, 1832, of the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning purchase of African-American slaves by Henry Carrington, of Charlotte County, Va., Account, 08/21/1832

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    Robert

    Account, 1832, of the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning purchase of African-American slaves by Henry Carrington, of Charlotte County, Va., Account, 08/21/1832

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    John Hutcherson

    Account, 1835, with the heirs of John Hutcherson, of Amherst County, Va., concerning the hire of several African-American slaves., Account, 1835

    Lists Mr. Willis M. Reynolds as the legal guardian for the children of the late John Hutcherson, Eleanor (age 15), Permelia (age 14), Elizabeth (age 12), and Lucy (age 9).

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    Caleb

    Account, 1835, with the heirs of John Hutcherson, of Amherst County, Va., concerning the hire of several African-American slaves., Account, 1835

    Lists Mr. Willis M. Reynolds as the legal guardian for the children of the late John Hutcherson, Eleanor (age 15), Permelia (age 14), Elizabeth (age 12), and Lucy (age 9).

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    Jacob

    Account, 1835, with the heirs of John Hutcherson, of Amherst County, Va., concerning the hire of several African-American slaves., Account, 1835

    Lists Mr. Willis M. Reynolds as the legal guardian for the children of the late John Hutcherson, Eleanor (age 15), Permelia (age 14), Elizabeth (age 12), and Lucy (age 9).

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    Sarah

    Account, 1835, with the heirs of John Hutcherson, of Amherst County, Va., concerning the hire of several African-American slaves., Account, 1835

    Lists Mr. Willis M. Reynolds as the legal guardian for the children of the late John Hutcherson, Eleanor (age 15), Permelia (age 14), Elizabeth (age 12), and Lucy (age 9).

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    Jarrat

    Account, 1835, with the heirs of John Hutcherson, of Amherst County, Va., concerning the hire of several African-American slaves., Account, 1835

    Lists Mr. Willis M. Reynolds as the legal guardian for the children of the late John Hutcherson, Eleanor (age 15), Permelia (age 14), Elizabeth (age 12), and Lucy (age 9).

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    Sela

    Account, 1835, with the heirs of John Hutcherson, of Amherst County, Va., concerning the hire of several African-American slaves., Account, 1835

    Lists Mr. Willis M. Reynolds as the legal guardian for the children of the late John Hutcherson, Eleanor (age 15), Permelia (age 14), Elizabeth (age 12), and Lucy (age 9).

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    Edmund

    Account, 1835, with the heirs of John Hutcherson, of Amherst County, Va., concerning the hire of several African-American slaves., Account, 1835

    Lists Mr. Willis M. Reynolds as the legal guardian for the children of the late John Hutcherson, Eleanor (age 15), Permelia (age 14), Elizabeth (age 12), and Lucy (age 9).

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    Charity

    Account, 1835, with the heirs of John Hutcherson, of Amherst County, Va., concerning the hire of several African-American slaves., Account, 1835

    Lists Mr. Willis M. Reynolds as the legal guardian for the children of the late John Hutcherson, Eleanor (age 15), Permelia (age 14), Elizabeth (age 12), and Lucy (age 9).

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    A. S. Wooldridge

    Account, 1845, kept at "Oakland," Chesterfield County, Va., by William Ransom Johnson concerning Thomas Branch & Brother of Petersburg, Va.; and the sale of African-American slaves, horses, agricultural equipment, and other personal property at "Oakland.", Account, 03/25/1845

    "Public Sale of Negroes, Stock &c at Oakland Chesterfield County belonging to Wm R Johnson Esqr, Sold by Thomas Branch & Brother Attorneys March 25th 1845"

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    Thomas D. Watson

    Account, 1845, kept at "Oakland," Chesterfield County, Va., by William Ransom Johnson concerning Thomas Branch & Brother of Petersburg, Va.; and the sale of African-American slaves, horses, agricultural equipment, and other personal property at "Oakland.", Account, 03/25/1845

    "Public Sale of Negroes, Stock &c at Oakland Chesterfield County belonging to Wm R Johnson Esqr, Sold by Thomas Branch & Brother Attorneys March 25th 1845"

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    C. J. Cabiniss

    Account, 1845, kept at "Oakland," Chesterfield County, Va., by William Ransom Johnson concerning Thomas Branch & Brother of Petersburg, Va.; and the sale of African-American slaves, horses, agricultural equipment, and other personal property at "Oakland.", Account, 03/25/1845

    "Public Sale of Negroes, Stock &c at Oakland Chesterfield County belonging to Wm R Johnson Esqr, Sold by Thomas Branch & Brother Attorneys March 25th 1845"

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    J. T. Fuqua

    Account, 1845, kept at "Oakland," Chesterfield County, Va., by William Ransom Johnson concerning Thomas Branch & Brother of Petersburg, Va.; and the sale of African-American slaves, horses, agricultural equipment, and other personal property at "Oakland.", Account, 03/25/1845

    "Public Sale of Negroes, Stock &c at Oakland Chesterfield County belonging to Wm R Johnson Esqr, Sold by Thomas Branch & Brother Attorneys March 25th 1845"

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    Peter Vaden

    Account, 1845, kept at "Oakland," Chesterfield County, Va., by William Ransom Johnson concerning Thomas Branch & Brother of Petersburg, Va.; and the sale of African-American slaves, horses, agricultural equipment, and other personal property at "Oakland.", Account, 03/25/1845

    "Public Sale of Negroes, Stock &c at Oakland Chesterfield County belonging to Wm R Johnson Esqr, Sold by Thomas Branch & Brother Attorneys March 25th 1845"

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    Arthur Taylor

    Account, 1845, kept at "Oakland," Chesterfield County, Va., by William Ransom Johnson concerning Thomas Branch & Brother of Petersburg, Va.; and the sale of African-American slaves, horses, agricultural equipment, and other personal property at "Oakland.", Account, 03/25/1845

    "Public Sale of Negroes, Stock &c at Oakland Chesterfield County belonging to Wm R Johnson Esqr, Sold by Thomas Branch & Brother Attorneys March 25th 1845"

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    Jessee W. Walden

    Account, 1845, kept at "Oakland," Chesterfield County, Va., by William Ransom Johnson concerning Thomas Branch & Brother of Petersburg, Va.; and the sale of African-American slaves, horses, agricultural equipment, and other personal property at "Oakland.", Account, 03/25/1845

    "Public Sale of Negroes, Stock &c at Oakland Chesterfield County belonging to Wm R Johnson Esqr, Sold by Thomas Branch & Brother Attorneys March 25th 1845"

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