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    Richard Rowell

    Deed of manumission, 1782, issued by Richard Rowell, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of an African-American slave, Daphney., Deed of emancipation, 08/26/1782

    Richard Rowell stipulated that Daphney was eligible to obtain her freedom when she reached the age of 18.

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    Daphney

    Deed of manumission, 1782, issued by Richard Rowell, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of an African-American slave, Daphney., Deed of emancipation, 08/26/1782

    Richard Rowell stipulated that Daphney was eligible to obtain her freedom when she reached the age of 18.

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    Anselm Bailey

    Deed of manumission, 1782, issued by Anselm Bailey, of Surry County, Va., for an African-American slave, Aaron. , Deed of emancipation, 08/27/1782

    Anselm Bailey stipulated that Aaron was eligible to obtain his freedom when he reached the age of 21.

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    Aaron

    Deed of manumission, 1782, issued by Anselm Bailey, of Surry County, Va., for an African-American slave, Aaron. , Deed of emancipation, 08/27/1782

    Anselm Bailey stipulated that Aaron was eligible to obtain his freedom when he reached the age of 21.

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    Benjamin Spratley

    Deed of manumission, 1783, issued by Benjamin Spratley, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of several African-American slaves., Deed of emancipation, 10/28/1783

    Spratley stipulated that the minor slaves were to remain in his custody until they reached adulthood. For the women that age would be 18 years, and for the men, 21 years.

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    Will

    Deed of manumission, 1783, issued by Benjamin Spratley, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of several African-American slaves., Deed of emancipation, 10/28/1783

    Spratley stipulated that the minor slaves were to remain in his custody until they reached adulthood. For the women that age would be 18 years, and for the men, 21 years.

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    Natt

    Deed of manumission, 1783, issued by Benjamin Spratley, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of several African-American slaves., Deed of emancipation, 10/28/1783

    Spratley stipulated that the minor slaves were to remain in his custody until they reached adulthood. For the women that age would be 18 years, and for the men, 21 years.

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    Lucy

    Deed of manumission, 1783, issued by Benjamin Spratley, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of several African-American slaves., Deed of emancipation, 10/28/1783

    Spratley stipulated that the minor slaves were to remain in his custody until they reached adulthood. For the women that age would be 18 years, and for the men, 21 years.

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    Betty

    Deed of manumission, 1783, issued by Benjamin Spratley, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of several African-American slaves., Deed of emancipation, 10/28/1783

    Spratley stipulated that the minor slaves were to remain in his custody until they reached adulthood. For the women that age would be 18 years, and for the men, 21 years.

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    Simon

    Deed of manumission, 1783, issued by Benjamin Spratley, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of several African-American slaves., Deed of emancipation, 10/28/1783

    Spratley stipulated that the minor slaves were to remain in his custody until they reached adulthood. For the women that age would be 18 years, and for the men, 21 years.

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    Jane

    Deed of manumission, 1783, issued by Benjamin Spratley, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of several African-American slaves., Deed of emancipation, 10/28/1783

    Spratley stipulated that the minor slaves were to remain in his custody until they reached adulthood. For the women that age would be 18 years, and for the men, 21 years.

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    Mary

    Deed of manumission, 1783, issued by Benjamin Spratley, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of several African-American slaves., Deed of emancipation, 10/28/1783

    Spratley stipulated that the minor slaves were to remain in his custody until they reached adulthood. For the women that age would be 18 years, and for the men, 21 years.

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    Sally

    Deed of manumission, 1783, issued by Benjamin Spratley, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of several African-American slaves., Deed of emancipation, 10/28/1783

    Spratley stipulated that the minor slaves were to remain in his custody until they reached adulthood. For the women that age would be 18 years, and for the men, 21 years.

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    Cuffe

    Deed of manumission, 1783, issued by Benjamin Spratley, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of several African-American slaves., Deed of emancipation, 10/28/1783

    Spratley stipulated that the minor slaves were to remain in his custody until they reached adulthood. For the women that age would be 18 years, and for the men, 21 years.

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    Annarchy

    Deed of manumission, 1783, issued by Benjamin Spratley, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of several African-American slaves., Deed of emancipation, 10/28/1783

    Spratley stipulated that the minor slaves were to remain in his custody until they reached adulthood. For the women that age would be 18 years, and for the men, 21 years.

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    Judah

    Deed of manumission, 1783, issued by Benjamin Spratley, of Surry County, Va., for the emancipation of several African-American slaves., Deed of emancipation, 10/28/1783

    Spratley stipulated that the minor slaves were to remain in his custody until they reached adulthood. For the women that age would be 18 years, and for the men, 21 years.

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    Philip Davis

    Deed of manumission, 1784, issued by Philip Davis, of Southampton County, Va., to an African-American slave, Sier., Deed of emancipation, 05/10/1784

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    Sier

    Deed of manumission, 1784, issued by Philip Davis, of Southampton County, Va., to an African-American slave, Sier., Deed of emancipation, 05/10/1784

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    Edy

    Deed of manumission, 1784, issued by Agethea Cornwell, of Surry County, Va., to an African-American slave, Edy., Deed of emancipation, 11/22/1784

    Cornwell stipulated that Edy was eligible to obtain her freedom when she reached the age of 18 years.

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    Agethea Cornwell

    Deed of manumission, 1784, issued by Agethea Cornwell, of Surry County, Va., to an African-American slave, Edy., Deed of emancipation, 11/22/1784

    Cornwell stipulated that Edy was eligible to obtain her freedom when she reached the age of 18 years.

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    Matthew White

    Deed of manumission, 1784, issued by Matthew White, of Perquimans County, N.C., to an African-American slave, Moses., Deed of emancipation, 11/30/1784

    Matthew White was from Perquimans County, N.C., but the deed of manumission was filed in Surry County, Va.

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    Moses

    Deed of manumission, 1784, issued by Matthew White, of Perquimans County, N.C., to an African-American slave, Moses., Deed of emancipation, 11/30/1784

    Matthew White was from Perquimans County, N.C., but the deed of manumission was filed in Surry County, Va.

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    Peter Sublett

    Deed of emancipation, 1788, issued in Powhatan County, Va., to fifteen African American slaves who were to be freed over the period from 1788 to 1802., Deed of emancipation, 12/18/1788

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    Tom

    Deed of emancipation, 1788, issued in Powhatan County, Va., to fifteen African American slaves who were to be freed over the period from 1788 to 1802., Deed of emancipation, 12/18/1788

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    Sarah

    Deed of emancipation, 1788, issued in Powhatan County, Va., to fifteen African American slaves who were to be freed over the period from 1788 to 1802., Deed of emancipation, 12/18/1788

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