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    Patty

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Anna Eliza

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    James

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Sally

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    William

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Louisa

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    William

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Rose

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    George

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Richard

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Sam

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Lewis

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Mary

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Martha

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Harry

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Virginia

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Eliza Ann

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Tandy Ann

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Nancy

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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    Will[ ]

    Inventory, 1860, of African-American slaves belonging to the estate of Dabney Minor, of Albemarle County, Va., Inventory, 10/1860

    Notes indicate to whom individual slaves are currently hired out, as well as statements regarding the character and skills of each. These persons are signified as "dower slaves" of the estate, presumably in Albemarle County, Va., where Minor's widow, Martha Jefferson (Terrell) Minor, lived until her death in May 1860. Some are hired out to her son-in-law, Robert N. Trice of Louisa County.

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