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    Aa[nn]

    Letter, 1850, of Dr. William Wirt, of "Bleak Hall," Westmoreland County, Va., to Lawrence Washington, of "Oak Grove," Westmoreland County, Va., concerning the hiring out of several African-American slaves., Letter, 12/12/1850

    The letter concerns the hiring out of an African-American slave named Ross, and the occupations of some of the slaves he wished to hire out in 1851, and includes a list of slaves hired out in 1850 and to whom.

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    Dick

    Letter, 1850, of Dr. William Wirt, of "Bleak Hall," Westmoreland County, Va., to Lawrence Washington, of "Oak Grove," Westmoreland County, Va., concerning the hiring out of several African-American slaves., Letter, 12/12/1850

    The letter concerns the hiring out of an African-American slave named Ross, and the occupations of some of the slaves he wished to hire out in 1851, and includes a list of slaves hired out in 1850 and to whom.

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    Alex

    Letter, 1850, of Dr. William Wirt, of "Bleak Hall," Westmoreland County, Va., to Lawrence Washington, of "Oak Grove," Westmoreland County, Va., concerning the hiring out of several African-American slaves., Letter, 12/12/1850

    The letter concerns the hiring out of an African-American slave named Ross, and the occupations of some of the slaves he wished to hire out in 1851, and includes a list of slaves hired out in 1850 and to whom.

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    John

    Letter, 1850, of Dr. William Wirt, of "Bleak Hall," Westmoreland County, Va., to Lawrence Washington, of "Oak Grove," Westmoreland County, Va., concerning the hiring out of several African-American slaves., Letter, 12/12/1850

    The letter concerns the hiring out of an African-American slave named Ross, and the occupations of some of the slaves he wished to hire out in 1851, and includes a list of slaves hired out in 1850 and to whom.

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    Kitty

    Letter, 1852, of Elizabeth Garrigues, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to niece Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 10/22/1852

    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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    Jefferson

    Letter, 1852, of Elizabeth Garrigues, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to niece Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 10/22/1852

    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, 1853, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 09/13/1853

    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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    Emily

    Letter, 1853, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 09/13/1853

    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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    Robert

    Letter, 1853, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 09/13/1853

    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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    Nelson

    Letter, 1853, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 09/13/1853

    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, 1853, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 09/13/1853

    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, 1853, of Elizabeth Garrigues (Higginbotham) Fisher, of "Morven," Albemarle County, Va., to sister Ann Estelle (Higginbotham) Hoskins, of Philadelphia, Pa., concerning African-American slaves., Letter, 09/13/1853

    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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    Fleming Terrell

    Letter, 1855, of Matilda Terrell, of Ballard County, Ky., to Abiel Leonard, of Smithland, Mo., concerning the character of Fleming Terrell and African-American slaves belonging to his estate., Letter, 01/04/1855

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    Shady

    Letter, 1855, of Matilda Terrell, of Ballard County, Ky., to Abiel Leonard, of Smithland, Mo., concerning the character of Fleming Terrell and African-American slaves belonging to his estate., Letter, 01/04/1855

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    Billy

    Letter, 1855, of Matilda Terrell, of Ballard County, Ky., to Abiel Leonard, of Smithland, Mo., concerning the character of Fleming Terrell and African-American slaves belonging to his estate., Letter, 01/04/1855

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    Chany

    Letter, 1855, of Matilda Terrell, of Ballard County, Ky., to Abiel Leonard, of Smithland, Mo., concerning the character of Fleming Terrell and African-American slaves belonging to his estate., Letter, 01/04/1855

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    Esther

    Letter, 1855, of Matilda Terrell, of Ballard County, Ky., to Abiel Leonard, of Smithland, Mo., concerning the character of Fleming Terrell and African-American slaves belonging to his estate., Letter, 01/04/1855

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    Keeling

    Letter, 1855, of Matilda Terrell, of Ballard County, Ky., to Abiel Leonard, of Smithland, Mo., concerning the character of Fleming Terrell and African-American slaves belonging to his estate., Letter, 01/04/1855

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    Tilmon

    Letter, 1855, of Matilda Terrell, of Ballard County, Ky., to Abiel Leonard, of Smithland, Mo., concerning the character of Fleming Terrell and African-American slaves belonging to his estate., Letter, 01/04/1855

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    Ann

    Letter, 1855, of Matilda Terrell, of Ballard County, Ky., to Abiel Leonard, of Smithland, Mo., concerning the character of Fleming Terrell and African-American slaves belonging to his estate., Letter, 01/04/1855

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    Allen Denton

    Letter, 1856, of Sarah Jerdone (Toler) Denton to husband, Allen Denton, concerning daily life and African-American slaves., Letter, 07/12/1856

    Letter was started by Sarah Denton and finished by her daughter, Mary Jerdone (Denton) Cottrell.

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    Betsy

    Letter, 1856, of Sarah Jerdone (Toler) Denton to husband, Allen Denton, concerning daily life and African-American slaves., Letter, 07/12/1856

    Letter was started by Sarah Denton and finished by her daughter, Mary Jerdone (Denton) Cottrell.

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    Mollie

    Letter, 1856, of Sarah Jerdone (Toler) Denton to husband, Allen Denton, concerning daily life and African-American slaves., Letter, 07/12/1856

    Letter was started by Sarah Denton and finished by her daughter, Mary Jerdone (Denton) Cottrell.

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    Unknown

    Letter, 1856, of Sarah Jerdone (Toler) Denton to husband, Allen Denton, concerning daily life and African-American slaves., Letter, 07/12/1856

    Letter was started by Sarah Denton and finished by her daughter, Mary Jerdone (Denton) Cottrell.

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    Sambo

    Letter, 1856, of Sarah Jerdone (Toler) Denton to husband, Allen Denton, concerning daily life and African-American slaves., Letter, 07/12/1856

    Letter was started by Sarah Denton and finished by her daughter, Mary Jerdone (Denton) Cottrell.

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