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    Matthias Link

    Affidavit, 1824, concerning the lawsuit of John Link v. Peter Link in the Virginia Superior Court of Chancery, Staunton District, and in part concerns the inheritance and ownership of an African-American slave girl., Affidavit, 04/30/1824

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    John Link

    Affidavit, 1824, concerning the lawsuit of John Link v. Peter Link in the Virginia Superior Court of Chancery, Staunton District, and in part concerns the inheritance and ownership of an African-American slave girl., Affidavit, 04/30/1824

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    Unknown

    Affidavit, 1824, concerning the lawsuit of John Link v. Peter Link in the Virginia Superior Court of Chancery, Staunton District, and in part concerns the inheritance and ownership of an African-American slave girl., Affidavit, 04/30/1824

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    Nathaniel Starke

    Affidavit, 1831, of Nathaniel Starke, of Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.) concerning the sale of an African-American slaves to John Slocum, of Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.)., Affidavit, 07/01/1831

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    John Slocum

    Affidavit, 1831, of Nathaniel Starke, of Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.) concerning the sale of an African-American slaves to John Slocum, of Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.)., Affidavit, 07/01/1831

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    Mary

    Affidavit, 1831, of Nathaniel Starke, of Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.) concerning the sale of an African-American slaves to John Slocum, of Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.)., Affidavit, 07/01/1831

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    Dorcas

    Affidavit, 1831, of Nathaniel Starke, of Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.) concerning the sale of an African-American slaves to John Slocum, of Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.)., Affidavit, 07/01/1831

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    Daniel

    Affidavit, 1831, of Nathaniel Starke, of Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.) concerning the sale of an African-American slaves to John Slocum, of Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.)., Affidavit, 07/01/1831

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    John William

    Affidavit, 1831, of Nathaniel Starke, of Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.) concerning the sale of an African-American slaves to John Slocum, of Harrison County, Va. (now W.Va.)., Affidavit, 07/01/1831

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    Abraham Joseph Cabell

    Affidavit, 1832, of John Grattan Gamble, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning the sale of African-American slaves. , Affidavit, 06/05/1832

    John Coalter of Virginia purchased nine African-American slaves for $2489 from the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell.

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    Williamson

    Affidavit, 1832, of John Grattan Gamble, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning the sale of African-American slaves. , Affidavit, 06/05/1832

    John Coalter of Virginia purchased nine African-American slaves for $2489 from the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell.

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    Morris

    Affidavit, 1832, of John Grattan Gamble, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning the sale of African-American slaves. , Affidavit, 06/05/1832

    John Coalter of Virginia purchased nine African-American slaves for $2489 from the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell.

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    Simon

    Affidavit, 1832, of John Grattan Gamble, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning the sale of African-American slaves. , Affidavit, 06/05/1832

    John Coalter of Virginia purchased nine African-American slaves for $2489 from the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell.

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    Oby

    Affidavit, 1832, of John Grattan Gamble, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning the sale of African-American slaves. , Affidavit, 06/05/1832

    John Coalter of Virginia purchased nine African-American slaves for $2489 from the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell.

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    Jefferson

    Affidavit, 1832, of John Grattan Gamble, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning the sale of African-American slaves. , Affidavit, 06/05/1832

    John Coalter of Virginia purchased nine African-American slaves for $2489 from the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell.

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    Nancy

    Affidavit, 1832, of John Grattan Gamble, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning the sale of African-American slaves. , Affidavit, 06/05/1832

    John Coalter of Virginia purchased nine African-American slaves for $2489 from the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell.

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    Squire

    Affidavit, 1832, of John Grattan Gamble, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning the sale of African-American slaves. , Affidavit, 06/05/1832

    John Coalter of Virginia purchased nine African-American slaves for $2489 from the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell.

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    Anarchy

    Affidavit, 1832, of John Grattan Gamble, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning the sale of African-American slaves. , Affidavit, 06/05/1832

    John Coalter of Virginia purchased nine African-American slaves for $2489 from the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell.

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    Aggy

    Affidavit, 1832, of John Grattan Gamble, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning the sale of African-American slaves. , Affidavit, 06/05/1832

    John Coalter of Virginia purchased nine African-American slaves for $2489 from the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell.

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    John Coalter

    Affidavit, 1832, of John Grattan Gamble, of Jefferson County, Fla., concerning the sale of African-American slaves. , Affidavit, 06/05/1832

    John Coalter of Virginia purchased nine African-American slaves for $2489 from the estate of Abraham Joseph Cabell.

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    Henry Curtis

    Affidavit, 1833, of John Pate concerning Tazewell Barker's capture of William, an runaway African-American slave, belonging to Dr. Henry Curtis., Affidavit, 07/09/1833

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    William

    Affidavit, 1833, of John Pate concerning Tazewell Barker's capture of William, an runaway African-American slave, belonging to Dr. Henry Curtis., Affidavit, 07/09/1833

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    William P. Thompson

    Affidavit (unsigned), 1851, of Jones Allen releasing claim to the African-American slaves mentioned in a deed of Mrs. Mary Mettert Thompson and William P. Thompson to Charles G. Zeuer (executed in 1812). , Affidavit, 03/21/1851

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    Jenna

    Affidavit (unsigned), 1851, of Jones Allen releasing claim to the African-American slaves mentioned in a deed of Mrs. Mary Mettert Thompson and William P. Thompson to Charles G. Zeuer (executed in 1812). , Affidavit, 03/21/1851

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    Isaac

    Affidavit (unsigned), 1851, of Jones Allen releasing claim to the African-American slaves mentioned in a deed of Mrs. Mary Mettert Thompson and William P. Thompson to Charles G. Zeuer (executed in 1812). , Affidavit, 03/21/1851

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