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    Billy

    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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    Pegg

    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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    Mary Mettert 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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    Charles G. Zeuer

    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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    Jones Allen

    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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    Nancy Singleton

    Affidavit, 1855, of Samuel Jones concerning the hire of Nancy Singleton, an African-American slave., Affidavit, 01/01/1855

    Jones hired Singleton for six months.

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    Samuel Jones

    Affidavit, 1855, of Samuel Jones concerning the hire of Nancy Singleton, an African-American slave., Affidavit, 01/01/1855

    Jones hired Singleton for six months.

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    Robert Bruce

    Affidavit, 1863, Fort Smith, Ark., concerning enlistment of an African American, Robert Bruce, in the U.S. Army., Affidavit, 10/05/1863

    Robert Bruce enlisted in the U.S. Army (Department of Missouri, 1st Colored Kansas Infantry Regiment [later became the 79th].

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    Addison Cravens

    Affidavit, 1863, Fort Smith, Ark., concerning enlistment in the U. S. Army (Dept. of the Missouri, 2nd Colored Kansas Infantry Regiment). , Affidavit, 12/15/1863

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