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    Jim

    Letter, 1859, of Asa Dupuy Dickinson, Prince Edward Court House, Va., to brother William Parnell Dickinson concerning sale of an African American slave, Jim., Letter, 10/21/1859

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    Sterling Neblett

    Letter, 1860, of Charles James Meriwether, of "Westwood," Hanover County, Va., to Dr. Sterling Neblett, of "Brickland," Lunenburg County, Va., concerning the sale of an African-American slave family. , Letter, 04/23/1860

    Concerning the sale of William Bolling and family owned by Charles James Meriwether.

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    Charles James Meriwether

    Letter, 1860, of Charles James Meriwether, of "Westwood," Hanover County, Va., to Dr. Sterling Neblett, of "Brickland," Lunenburg County, Va., concerning the sale of an African-American slave family. , Letter, 04/23/1860

    Concerning the sale of William Bolling and family owned by Charles James Meriwether.

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    Sterling Neblett

    Letter, 1860, of Charles James Meriwether, of "Westwood," Hanover County, Va., to Dr. Sterling Neblett, of "Brickland," Lunenburg County, Va., concerning the final sale of an African-American family of slaves., Letter, 05/15/1860

    Concerning purchase of William Bolling and family by Dr. Sterling Neblett for $4,050.

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    William Bolling

    Letter, 1860, of Charles James Meriwether, of "Westwood," Hanover County, Va., to Dr. Sterling Neblett, of "Brickland," Lunenburg County, Va., concerning the final sale of an African-American family of slaves., Letter, 05/15/1860

    Concerning purchase of William Bolling and family by Dr. Sterling Neblett for $4,050.

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    Charles James Meriwether

    Letter, 1860, of Charles James Meriwether, of "Westwood," Hanover County, Va., to Dr. Sterling Neblett, of "Brickland," Lunenburg County, Va., concerning the final sale of an African-American family of slaves., Letter, 05/15/1860

    Concerning purchase of William Bolling and family by Dr. Sterling Neblett for $4,050.

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    Nelson Samuel Waller

    Letter, 1860, of Alfred L. Holladay, of Richmond, Va., to Dr. Nelson Samuel Waller, of Spotsylvania County, Va., concerning the hiring of two African-American slaves, Peter and Lewis., Letter, 12/31/1860

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    Peter

    Letter, 1860, of Alfred L. Holladay, of Richmond, Va., to Dr. Nelson Samuel Waller, of Spotsylvania County, Va., concerning the hiring of two African-American slaves, Peter and Lewis., Letter, 12/31/1860

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    Lewis

    Letter, 1860, of Alfred L. Holladay, of Richmond, Va., to Dr. Nelson Samuel Waller, of Spotsylvania County, Va., concerning the hiring of two African-American slaves, Peter and Lewis., Letter, 12/31/1860

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    James William Shirley

    Letter, 1861, of James William Shirley to his uncle John Billups Larne concerning a request that he approve a marriage between Shirley's slave Harrison and Larue's slave Mary., Letter, 03/10/1861

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    John Billups Larue

    Letter, 1861, of James William Shirley to his uncle John Billups Larne concerning a request that he approve a marriage between Shirley's slave Harrison and Larue's slave Mary., Letter, 03/10/1861

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    Harrison

    Letter, 1861, of James William Shirley to his uncle John Billups Larne concerning a request that he approve a marriage between Shirley's slave Harrison and Larue's slave Mary., Letter, 03/10/1861

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    Mary

    Letter, 1861, of James William Shirley to his uncle John Billups Larne concerning a request that he approve a marriage between Shirley's slave Harrison and Larue's slave Mary., Letter, 03/10/1861

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    Old Dick Dennis

    Letter, 1861, of Samuel Baldwin to Edwin W. Baldwin concerns William Gaines Baldwin and the punishment of a trespassing slave, Old Dick Dennis., Letter, 09/08/1861

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    William Spotswood Fontaine

    Letter, 1861, of William Spotswood Fontaine, "Fontainbleau", [King William County, Va.] to Hite Brown, West Point [Va.]., Letter, 09/27/1861

    Concerns labor of African-American slaves on Confederate fortifications at Gloucester Point, Gloucester County, Va.

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    Nat

    Letter, 1861, of William Spotswood Fontaine, "Fontainbleau", [King William County, Va.] to Hite Brown, West Point [Va.]., Letter, 09/27/1861

    Concerns labor of African-American slaves on Confederate fortifications at Gloucester Point, Gloucester County, Va.

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    Billy

    Letter, 1861, of William Spotswood Fontaine, "Fontainbleau", [King William County, Va.] to Hite Brown, West Point [Va.]., Letter, 09/27/1861

    Concerns labor of African-American slaves on Confederate fortifications at Gloucester Point, Gloucester County, Va.

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    Emanuel Gerst

    Letter, 1862, of Mary Wilson (Cunningham) Glenn Gerst to husband Emanuel Gerst., Letter, 01/30/1862

    Concerns Judy, an African American slave, who "has a bad disease of the Womb, of the Cancerous nature..."

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    Judy

    Letter, 1862, of Mary Wilson (Cunningham) Glenn Gerst to husband Emanuel Gerst., Letter, 01/30/1862

    Concerns Judy, an African American slave, who "has a bad disease of the Womb, of the Cancerous nature..."

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    William Barrett Sydnor

    Letter, 1862, of William Barrett Sydnor, of "Meadow Farm," Hanover County, Va., to Thomas White Sydnor, of Nottoway County, Va., concerning African-American slaves. , Letter, 07/02/1862

    Concerning the Seven Days' battles and African-American slaves from the neighborhood who had run off to the Union army.

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    Henry

    Letter, 1862, of William Barrett Sydnor, of "Meadow Farm," Hanover County, Va., to Thomas White Sydnor, of Nottoway County, Va., concerning African-American slaves. , Letter, 07/02/1862

    Concerning the Seven Days' battles and African-American slaves from the neighborhood who had run off to the Union army.

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    Isaac

    Letter, 1862, of William Barrett Sydnor, of "Meadow Farm," Hanover County, Va., to Thomas White Sydnor, of Nottoway County, Va., concerning African-American slaves. , Letter, 07/02/1862

    Concerning the Seven Days' battles and African-American slaves from the neighborhood who had run off to the Union army.

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    Tom Banks

    Letter, 1862, of William Barrett Sydnor, of "Meadow Farm," Hanover County, Va., to Thomas White Sydnor, of Nottoway County, Va., concerning African-American slaves. , Letter, 07/02/1862

    Concerning the Seven Days' battles and African-American slaves from the neighborhood who had run off to the Union army.

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    Robert

    Letter, 1862, of William Barrett Sydnor, of "Meadow Farm," Hanover County, Va., to Thomas White Sydnor, of Nottoway County, Va., concerning African-American slaves. , Letter, 07/02/1862

    Concerning the Seven Days' battles and African-American slaves from the neighborhood who had run off to the Union army.

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    Clairborne

    Letter, 1862, of William Barrett Sydnor, of "Meadow Farm," Hanover County, Va., to Thomas White Sydnor, of Nottoway County, Va., concerning African-American slaves. , Letter, 07/02/1862

    Concerning the Seven Days' battles and African-American slaves from the neighborhood who had run off to the Union army.

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