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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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    Lewis

    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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    Pleasant

    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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    Pompey

    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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    Cornelius

    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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    Bob 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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    Ben 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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    [Ceptaurtis]

    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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    Reuben

    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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    Pleasant

    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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    Jacob

    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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    Unknown

    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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    Unknown

    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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    Unknown

    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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    Unknown

    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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    Unknown

    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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    Unknown

    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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    Unknown

    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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    Unknown

    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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    E. 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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    William Boone

    Letter, 1862, of William Boone, Northampton County, N.C., to William Drewry, Southampton County, Va., concerning Moses., Letter, 12/31/1862

    Boone and Susanna Deanes acknowledge the receipt of $112.

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    Moses

    Letter, 1862, of William Boone, Northampton County, N.C., to William Drewry, Southampton County, Va., concerning Moses., Letter, 12/31/1862

    Boone and Susanna Deanes acknowledge the receipt of $112.

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    Elizabeth Venable

    Letter, 1863, of an African-American slave, Sallie, in Henrico County, Va., to Elizabeth Venable, of Oxford, N.C., concerning members of the Landis and Venable families and three African-American slaves, Josey, Nancy and Lucy., Letter, 08/01/1863

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    Sallie

    Letter, 1863, of an African-American slave, Sallie, in Henrico County, Va., to Elizabeth Venable, of Oxford, N.C., concerning members of the Landis and Venable families and three African-American slaves, Josey, Nancy and Lucy., Letter, 08/01/1863

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    Josey

    Letter, 1863, of an African-American slave, Sallie, in Henrico County, Va., to Elizabeth Venable, of Oxford, N.C., concerning members of the Landis and Venable families and three African-American slaves, Josey, Nancy and Lucy., Letter, 08/01/1863

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