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    Sarah

    Letter, 1819, of Benjamin Brand to Martin Dawson concerning the sale of African-American slaves in Richmond, Va., Letter, 03/17/1819

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    Ballard

    Letter, 1819, of Benjamin Brand to Martin Dawson concerning the sale of African-American slaves in Richmond, Va., Letter, 03/17/1819

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    Jack

    Letter, 1819, of Benjamin Brand to Martin Dawson concerning the sale of African-American slaves in Richmond, Va., Letter, 03/17/1819

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    Sally

    Letter, 1819, of Benjamin Brand to Martin Dawson concerning the sale of African-American slaves in Richmond, Va., Letter, 03/17/1819

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    Lewis

    Letter, 1819, of Benjamin Brand to Martin Dawson concerning the sale of African-American slaves in Richmond, Va., Letter, 03/17/1819

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    Tabithia

    Letter, 1819, of Benjamin Brand to Martin Dawson concerning the sale of African-American slaves in Richmond, Va., Letter, 03/17/1819

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    Peter

    Letter, 1819, of Benjamin Brand to Martin Dawson concerning the sale of African-American slaves in Richmond, Va., Letter, 03/17/1819

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    Jesse Nalle

    Letter, 1819, of Blackford, Arthur & Co., of Isabella Furnace, Shenandoah County, Va., to Jesse Nalle of Culpeper and Orange counties, Va., concerning winter clothing for an African-American slave, Edmund., Letter, 12/12/1819

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    Edmund

    Letter, 1819, of Blackford, Arthur & Co., of Isabella Furnace, Shenandoah County, Va., to Jesse Nalle of Culpeper and Orange counties, Va., concerning winter clothing for an African-American slave, Edmund., Letter, 12/12/1819

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    Thomas Brown

    Letter, 1827, of Thomas Brown, "Mount Ephraim," [Westmoreland County, Va.], to Rich[ar]d T. Brown, "Windsor," near Westmoreland C[ourt] H[ouse], Va. , Letter, 11/04/1827

    Concerns Thomas Brown, Jr.; and the sale of African-American slaves.

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    Meridith

    Letter, 1827, of Thomas Brown, "Mount Ephraim," [Westmoreland County, Va.], to Rich[ar]d T. Brown, "Windsor," near Westmoreland C[ourt] H[ouse], Va. , Letter, 11/04/1827

    Concerns Thomas Brown, Jr.; and the sale of African-American slaves.

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    Samuel

    Letter, 1827, of Thomas Brown, "Mount Ephraim," [Westmoreland County, Va.], to Rich[ar]d T. Brown, "Windsor," near Westmoreland C[ourt] H[ouse], Va. , Letter, 11/04/1827

    Concerns Thomas Brown, Jr.; and the sale of African-American slaves.

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    Abraham Joseph Cabell

    Letter, 1828, of Abraham Joseph Cabell, Jefferson County, Fla., to William H. Cabell, Richmond, Va., concerning difficulties with Jordan, an African-American slave, and description of land in Jefferson County, Territory of Middle Florida., Letter, 03/16/1828

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    Jordan

    Letter, 1828, of Abraham Joseph Cabell, Jefferson County, Fla., to William H. Cabell, Richmond, Va., concerning difficulties with Jordan, an African-American slave, and description of land in Jefferson County, Territory of Middle Florida., Letter, 03/16/1828

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    Davy

    Letter, 1828, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 10/08/1828

    Concerns primarily family and social life in Albemarle County and Richmond, Va., and slavery in general as well as specific slaves at "Morven."

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    David Higginbotham

    Letter, 1828, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 10/08/1828

    Concerns primarily family and social life in Albemarle County and Richmond, Va., and slavery in general as well as specific slaves at "Morven."

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    Kitty

    Letter, 1831, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 03/24/1831

    Concerns primarily family and social life in Albemarle County and Richmond, Va., and slavery in general as well as specific slaves at "Morven."

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    Jenny

    Letter, 1831, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 03/24/1831

    Concerns primarily family and social life in Albemarle County and Richmond, Va., and slavery in general as well as specific slaves at "Morven."

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    Unknown

    Letter, 1831, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 03/24/1831

    Concerns primarily family and social life in Albemarle County and Richmond, Va., and slavery in general as well as specific slaves at "Morven."

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    Isabella

    Letter, 1831, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 03/24/1831

    Concerns primarily family and social life in Albemarle County and Richmond, Va., and slavery in general as well as specific slaves at "Morven."

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    Sam

    Letter, 1832, of John Gray, of Port Royal, Va., by Benjamin Weaver, an overseer at "Wakefield," Westmoreland County, concerning the burning of a barn, possibly by Sam, an African-American slave., Letter, 1832

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    John Gray

    Letter, 1832, of John Gray, of Port Royal, Va., by Benjamin Weaver, an overseer at "Wakefield," Westmoreland County, concerning the burning of a barn, possibly by Sam, an African-American slave., Letter, 1832

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    Kitty

    Letter, 1832, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 01/09/1832

    Concerns primarily family and social life in Albemarle County and Richmond, Va., and slavery in general as well as specific slaves at "Morven."

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    Mary

    Letter, 1832, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 01/09/1832

    Concerns primarily family and social life in Albemarle County and Richmond, Va., and slavery in general as well as specific slaves at "Morven."

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    David Higginbotham

    Letter, 1834, of Elizabeth Garrigues, of Richmond, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 02/01/1834

    Concerns primarily family and social life in Albemarle County and Richmond, Va., and slavery in general as well as specific slaves at "Morven."

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