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    Micajah

    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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    Kitty

    Letter, 1834, of Frances (Higginbotham) Buckner, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 12/20/1834

    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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    Mary

    Letter, 1834, of Frances (Higginbotham) Buckner, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 12/20/1834

    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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    Henry Easley

    Letter, 1837, of Dr. Henry and Eliza Ann (Bennett) Easley, of Black Walnut, Halifax County, Va., to John Bennett, of Petersburg, Ill., concerning, in part, Jane and Hannah, African-American slaves., Letter, 07/15/1837

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    Hannah

    Letter, 1837, of Dr. Henry and Eliza Ann (Bennett) Easley, of Black Walnut, Halifax County, Va., to John Bennett, of Petersburg, Ill., concerning, in part, Jane and Hannah, African-American slaves., Letter, 07/15/1837

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    Jane

    Letter, 1837, of Dr. Henry and Eliza Ann (Bennett) Easley, of Black Walnut, Halifax County, Va., to John Bennett, of Petersburg, Ill., concerning, in part, Jane and Hannah, African-American slaves., Letter, 07/15/1837

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    Eliza Ann (Bennett) Easley

    Letter, 1837, of Dr. Henry and Eliza Ann (Bennett) Easley, of Black Walnut, Halifax County, Va., to John Bennett, of Petersburg, Ill., concerning, in part, Jane and Hannah, African-American slaves., Letter, 07/15/1837

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    Kitty

    Letter, 1840, of Elizabeth Garrigues, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to niece Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 03/28/1840

    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, 1840, of David Higginbotham, of "Morven," Albmarle County, Va., to daugther Anne Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 08/28/1840

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    David Higginbotham

    Letter, 1840, of David Higginbotham, of "Morven," Albmarle County, Va., to daugther Anne Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 08/28/1840

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    Isabella

    Letter, 1840, of David Higginbotham, of "Morven," Albmarle County, Va., to daugther Anne Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 08/28/1840

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    David Higginbotham

    Letter, 1841, of David Higginbotham, of "Morven," Albmarle County, Va., to daugther Anne Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 02/20/1841

    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, 1841, of David Higginbotham, of "Morven," Albmarle County, Va., to daugther Anne Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 02/20/1841

    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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    Jane

    Letter, 1841, of David Higginbotham, of "Morven," Albmarle County, Va., to daugther Anne Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 02/20/1841

    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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    Daniel Higginbotham

    Letter, 1841, of David Higginbotham, of "Morven," Albmarle County, Va., to daugther Anne Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 02/20/1841

    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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    William Ransom Johnson

    Letter, 1824, of Tucker R. Woodson to William Randsom Johnson, concerning Woodson's desire to purchase an African-American slave named Ben., Letter, 01/13/1844

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    Ben

    Letter, 1824, of Tucker R. Woodson to William Randsom Johnson, concerning Woodson's desire to purchase an African-American slave named Ben., Letter, 01/13/1844

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    John Ingles

    Letter, 1846, of John Ingles, of Montgomery County, Va., to Dr. John Peter Hale, of Charleston, Kanawha County, Va. [now W. Va.], concerning Bob, an African-American slave. , Letter, 06/22/1846

    John Ingles offered a $20 reward for Bob's return. In the letter, Ingles suggests that Bob might have been headed to Ohio, a non-slave state. Ingles placed a reward ad in the "Kanawha Republican" for four weeks.

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    Bob

    Letter, 1846, of John Ingles, of Montgomery County, Va., to Dr. John Peter Hale, of Charleston, Kanawha County, Va. [now W. Va.], concerning Bob, an African-American slave. , Letter, 06/22/1846

    John Ingles offered a $20 reward for Bob's return. In the letter, Ingles suggests that Bob might have been headed to Ohio, a non-slave state. Ingles placed a reward ad in the "Kanawha Republican" for four weeks.

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    Shanklin McClintick

    Letter, 1847, of Isaac Gwin, an African-American slave of Shanklin McClintick, of Rockbridge County, Va., to Robert Lockridge. , Letter, 07/12/1847

    Letter requests Robert Lockridge to purchase Isaac and his wife so that they will not be separated.

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    Isaac Gwin

    Letter, 1847, of Isaac Gwin, an African-American slave of Shanklin McClintick, of Rockbridge County, Va., to Robert Lockridge. , Letter, 07/12/1847

    Letter requests Robert Lockridge to purchase Isaac and his wife so that they will not be separated.

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    Lucy W. Call

    Letter, 1847, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to the captain of the schooner "Lightfoot" concerning James Stanard and several emancipated African-Americans., Letter, 09/30/1847

    Concerning the cost of passage to New Bedford, Mass., for James, Maria, Dennis, Hannah, and her son Tom.

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    James Stanard

    Letter, 1847, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to the captain of the schooner "Lightfoot" concerning James Stanard and several emancipated African-Americans., Letter, 09/30/1847

    Concerning the cost of passage to New Bedford, Mass., for James, Maria, Dennis, Hannah, and her son Tom.

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    Maria

    Letter, 1847, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to the captain of the schooner "Lightfoot" concerning James Stanard and several emancipated African-Americans., Letter, 09/30/1847

    Concerning the cost of passage to New Bedford, Mass., for James, Maria, Dennis, Hannah, and her son Tom.

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    Dennis

    Letter, 1847, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to the captain of the schooner "Lightfoot" concerning James Stanard and several emancipated African-Americans., Letter, 09/30/1847

    Concerning the cost of passage to New Bedford, Mass., for James, Maria, Dennis, Hannah, and her son Tom.

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