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    Phill

    Will, 1805, of Benjamin Grymes, of Orange County, Va., probated in the Fredericksburg (Va.) District Court., Will, 07/07/1805

    Contains inventory and appraisal of estate, including slaves, in Madison and Orange counties, Va.

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    Frances Davenport

    Will, 1810, of Frances Davenport of Augusta County, Va. concerning Celia, Ben, and Fanny Rose, African-American slaves., Will, 1810

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    Celia

    Will, 1810, of Frances Davenport of Augusta County, Va. concerning Celia, Ben, and Fanny Rose, African-American slaves., Will, 1810

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    Ben

    Will, 1810, of Frances Davenport of Augusta County, Va. concerning Celia, Ben, and Fanny Rose, African-American slaves., Will, 1810

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    Fanny Rose

    Will, 1810, of Frances Davenport of Augusta County, Va. concerning Celia, Ben, and Fanny Rose, African-American slaves., Will, 1810

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    Rawleigh Chinn

    Will, 1816, of Rawleigh Chinn probated in Loudoun County, Va., concerning the inheritance of two African American slaves, Eliza and Judy. , Will, 05/13/1816

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    Eliza

    Will, 1816, of Rawleigh Chinn probated in Loudoun County, Va., concerning the inheritance of two African American slaves, Eliza and Judy. , Will, 05/13/1816

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    Judy

    Will, 1816, of Rawleigh Chinn probated in Loudoun County, Va., concerning the inheritance of two African American slaves, Eliza and Judy. , Will, 05/13/1816

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    William Geddy

    Will, 1816, of William Geddy probated in New Kent County, Va., concerns inheritance and manumission of slaves. , Will, 12/16/1816

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    Silvey

    Will, 1816, of William Geddy probated in New Kent County, Va., concerns inheritance and manumission of slaves. , Will, 12/16/1816

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    Davy

    Will, 1816, of William Geddy probated in New Kent County, Va., concerns inheritance and manumission of slaves. , Will, 12/16/1816

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    Aron

    Will, 1816, of William Geddy probated in New Kent County, Va., concerns inheritance and manumission of slaves. , Will, 12/16/1816

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    Charles

    Will, 1816, of William Geddy probated in New Kent County, Va., concerns inheritance and manumission of slaves. , Will, 12/16/1816

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    Eliza

    Will, 1816, of William Geddy probated in New Kent County, Va., concerns inheritance and manumission of slaves. , Will, 12/16/1816

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    Alles

    Will, 1816, of William Geddy probated in New Kent County, Va., concerns inheritance and manumission of slaves. , Will, 12/16/1816

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    Lucy

    Will, 1816, of William Geddy probated in New Kent County, Va., concerns inheritance and manumission of slaves. , Will, 12/16/1816

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    Sister

    Will, 1816, of William Geddy probated in New Kent County, Va., concerns inheritance and manumission of slaves. , Will, 12/16/1816

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    Twin sister

    Will, 1816, of William Geddy probated in New Kent County, Va., concerns inheritance and manumission of slaves. , Will, 12/16/1816

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    Lewis Turner

    Will, 1818, of Lewis Turner (probated in Sussex County, Va.), a free African-American, concerning the emancipation of two African-American slaves, Aggai and James Wright. , Will, 11/05/1818

    Concerns the emancipation of two African-American slaves, Aggai, Turner's "wife" and James Wright. Lewis Turner, a free African American farmer of Sussex County, made provisions in his will for his wife, Aggai, to be emancipated at his death if the state legislature would allow her to remain in the state, otherwise she would pass to his nephew Wylie Turner, also a free African American, with her legacy in a trust. Turner also made provisions…

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    Aggai

    Will, 1818, of Lewis Turner (probated in Sussex County, Va.), a free African-American, concerning the emancipation of two African-American slaves, Aggai and James Wright. , Will, 11/05/1818

    Concerns the emancipation of two African-American slaves, Aggai, Turner's "wife" and James Wright. Lewis Turner, a free African American farmer of Sussex County, made provisions in his will for his wife, Aggai, to be emancipated at his death if the state legislature would allow her to remain in the state, otherwise she would pass to his nephew Wylie Turner, also a free African American, with her legacy in a trust. Turner also made provisions…

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    James Wright

    Will, 1818, of Lewis Turner (probated in Sussex County, Va.), a free African-American, concerning the emancipation of two African-American slaves, Aggai and James Wright. , Will, 11/05/1818

    Concerns the emancipation of two African-American slaves, Aggai, Turner's "wife" and James Wright. Lewis Turner, a free African American farmer of Sussex County, made provisions in his will for his wife, Aggai, to be emancipated at his death if the state legislature would allow her to remain in the state, otherwise she would pass to his nephew Wylie Turner, also a free African American, with her legacy in a trust. Turner also made provisions…

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    Henry Chappell

    Will, 1818, of Lewis Turner (probated in Sussex County, Va.), a free African-American, concerning the emancipation of two African-American slaves, Aggai and James Wright. , Will, 11/05/1818

    Concerns the emancipation of two African-American slaves, Aggai, Turner's "wife" and James Wright. Lewis Turner, a free African American farmer of Sussex County, made provisions in his will for his wife, Aggai, to be emancipated at his death if the state legislature would allow her to remain in the state, otherwise she would pass to his nephew Wylie Turner, also a free African American, with her legacy in a trust. Turner also made provisions…

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    Susanna Nowlin

    Will, 1819, of David Nowlin probated in Buckingham County, Va., Will, 03/30/1819

    Concerns the disposition of land, property and African-American slaves to Nowlin's heirs.

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    George

    Will, 1819, of David Nowlin probated in Buckingham County, Va., Will, 03/30/1819

    Concerns the disposition of land, property and African-American slaves to Nowlin's heirs.

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    Janney

    Will, 1819, of David Nowlin probated in Buckingham County, Va., Will, 03/30/1819

    Concerns the disposition of land, property and African-American slaves to Nowlin's heirs.

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