Deed Book G
G-5-6. Deed of Gift. Apr. 25, 1816. Stephen Williams gives to his daughter Sarah Smoot (and then to the heirs of Sarah’s body) a negro girl slave aged about 9 years named Siller, with her increase. Siller is not subject to any interest of Sarah’s present or future husband’s creditors. Wit. Geo. Bruce, Eliza T.[?] Bruce. Rec. Aug. 29, 1816.
G-17. Deed of Gift. Apr. 30, 1816. James Brown gives to his natural daughter Mary Ann Nettles (for her lifetime, and then to the heirs of Mary Ann’s body), a negro girl Clarissa, being in value not more than one-tenth of his estate. Should Mary Ann die without issue, Clarissa is to revert to Brown’s heirs or divisees. Wit. Geo. Bruce. Pr. Oct. 2, 1816. Rec. Oct. 2, 1816.
G-17. Deed of Gift. May 1, 1816. Martha Nettles, spinster, gives to her daughter Mary Ann Nettles two negro girls named Elsy and Dicey, with their increase, to Mary Ann and her heirs and assigns. Wit. Geo. Bruce. Pr. Oct. 2, 1816. Rec. Oct. 2, 1816.
G-20. Deed of Gift. Sept. 16, 1816. Edward Woodham gives to his grandson Amos Woodham, a Negro woman now in his possession named Jinny, aged “in & about” 19, with her boy child Peter, and all her increase from the date of this deed. Wit. Ariss Woodham, Athanasus Woodham. Pr. Sept. 16, 1816. Postscript: Edward Woodham retains services of Jinny during his lifetime and after his death the deed is in full force. Same witnesses. Rec. Nov. 13, 1816.
G-38. Deed of Gift. March 28, 1816. Reserving to himself their use during his lifetime, John Stewart gives to his children various negroes with their increase: to Robert Stewart, a woman named Jinney with her child Nancy; to Milley Powell, a girl named Beck; to Silas Stewart, a boy named Ben; to Elias Stewart, a boy named Pomp; to Elizabeth Northcut, a girl named Deb. Wit. John Jourdan, Geo. Bruce. Pr. Dec. 11, 1816. Rec. Dec. 12, 1816.
G-46. Deed of Gift. Feb. 7, 1816. John Lucas Sr. of Screven Co., Georgia, gives to his daughter Margaret McIntosh of Darlington Dist., a negro girl Rose, now in possession of his wife Claussa Lucas in Screven Co., Georgia. Margaret is empowered to go or send by an agent and take Rose to do with her what she will. Wit. Joseph Norwood, Martha W. Norwood. Pr. Feb. 22, 1817. Rec. Mar. 12, 1817.
G-46-47. Deed of Gift. January 13, 1817. Andrew Hunter, Sr., gives to his natural son Solon H. Andrews, son of Mary Andrews, a tract of land granted to Andrew’s father, with a division off to his son Andrew Hunter, along with a negro called young Jack, a child of Silvy, and Rachel, a child of Siller, and also a cow and calf. Andrew also gives to Seana and Setera Andrews and Solon H. Andrews, all children of the aforesaid Mary Andrews, other cattle and stock on the place where Mary Andrews now lives. Wit. Geo. Bruce, C. Bruce. Pr. Mar. 13, 1817. Rec. Mar. 13, 1817.
G-52. Bill of Sale. Feb. 15, 1816. Letisha Calif, Nancy Calif, Ebenezer Calif, Pugh Calif, John P. Calif, and Betsey Calif of Sumter Dist., South Carolina, sell for $1450 to Jills [Giles in heading] Carter of Darlington Dist., planter, a negro woman Chaney and her children Joseph, Gabriel, Flora and Thomas. Wit. John Huggins, Elisha Moseley. Receipt for $1000 in cash and his note for $450, paid to John B. Calef [sic] by Jills Carter. Pr. Jan. 13, 1817. [No recording date.]
G-71-72. Deed of Gift. March 28, 1817. Margaret Keith conveys all her personal estate to her children and the children of her deceased daughter Mary Zimmerman: one third to daughter Mary’s heirs; one third to daughter Lydia Dargan, including Candace and her increase “since delivered her”; and one third to daughter Harriet Ervin, including Judy & her increase since delivered her. Margaret reserves the said property to herself during her lifetime, and then to be divided. Wit. Copeland Peirce, Wm. L. Pierce [sic]. Pr. Mar. 28, 1817. Rec. Apr. 8, 1817.
G-97. Bill of Sale. January 17, 1817. Augustine Jones of Brunswick Co., Virginia, sells for $485 to John Beesly, a Negro girl Amanda. Wit. George R. Claiborne, Edward Woodham, Richd. Ingram. Pr. Feb. 4, 1817. [No recording date.]
G-163. Bill of Sale. Oct.11, 1800 [sic]. For $200, James Hinds [also Hynds] conveys to Thomas Mercer a negro boy Jack, aged about 7 years. Wit. James Nettles. Pr. Feb. 14, 1818. Rec. Feb. 14, 1818.
G-164a. Bill of Sale. January 1818. For a ngeroe man named Jerry, received from Simon Connell, Zack Ellison and wife Sarah H. Ellison convey to Connell a negroe woman named Fanny and her child Caesar and her future increase. Wit. H[ugh]. E. Cannon. Pr. Feb.10, 1818. Rec. Feb. 17, 1818.
G-164a. Bill of Sale. Jan. 12, 1818. Received of Capt. Simon Connell $500 for a negroe girl named Nell, aged about 12 years. Signed William Burris. Wit. Jos[eph]. Woods. Pr. Feb. 10, 1818. Rec. Feb. 17, 1818.
G-164c. Deed of Gift. March 20, 1818. Jacob Odum Sr. makes various gifts to his grandchildren: to Stephen Odum’s son William Odum, money, land and stock; to Abigail Odum and Lydia Odum, daughters of Uriah Odum, land, furniture, his still, and a negroe girl named Syd and her increase; to Levi Odum and Benjamin Odum, land and a negroe fellow Nick; to Thomas Odum’s daughter Polly Odum, furniture; to grandchildren Nathaniel Odum and Jacob Odum, proceeds from sale of stock, to be put to interest until they come of age; to his daughter Nancy Beck, the use of negroe woman Hannah for her life, and afterward Hannah is to go to grandson Jacob Beck. Odum reserves the use of all during his lifetime unless he gives them up sooner. Wit. C. Bruce, Jno. B[enton]. Bruce. Pr. Mar. 20, 1818. Rec. dated not noted.
G-165. Bill of Sale. Jan. 12, 1818. Received of Capt. Simon Connell $500 for a negroe girl about 12 years named Mill. Signed William Burris. Wit. J[oseph]. Woods. Pr. Feb. 16, 1818. Rec. Mar. 21, 1818.
G-167. Bill of Sale. Apr. 13, 1818. For $474.26, Stephen Cook sells a Negro boy Louis, aged about 18 years, to Sanders & Gibson & Williamson & Prince, on credit due Dec. 1, next. Sale is null and void if not paid. Wit. Charles Bruce. Pr. Apr. 15, 1818. Rec. Apr. 22, 1818.
G-181-82. Deed of Gift. June 1, 1792. Thomas Kennedy, planter, conveys to his daughter Margaret Kennedy, for love and to comply with the wishes of his deceased wife, “which she made manifest before her death,” a Negro woman slave named Lydia, and then to Margaret’s heirs, or failing her heirs, to her sister Jane Kennedy or to her heirs, and failing her heirs, to Thomas Kennedy’s heirs. Wit. J. B. Tursus, John McLeod. Pr. July 19, 1792. Rec. May 2, 1818.
G-186. Mar. 4, 1817. Conveyance. Joseph Swails certifies that he has delivered to Elizabeth Swails certain property during her natural life, including a Negro man Isaac and a Negro woman Milly and her four children. Wit. Jeremiah Dubose, William N. Dickinson. Pr. Oct. 18, 1817. Proof calls her “Mrs. Swails.” Rec. not dated.
G-193. Dec. 30, 1809. Deed of Gift. Malachi E. Murfee gives to his brother-in-law Pharo Knowland, a Negro wench Biner, Negro girl Teler, Negro boy Peter, Negro girl Lidia, Negro wench Jane and her youngest child. Wit. Moses Sanders, Thomas K[n]ight. Pr. Oct. 20, 1817. Rec. May 19, 1818. [Heading states “Morris” Murfees deed conveyance to Pharo Knowland.”]
G-197. Jan. 1, 1818. Deed of Gift. John Huggins gives to John Huggins Dixon, son of John O. Q. Dixon and Margaret Dixon, the use of a Negro boy named Fryday [also Friday], during his life, and after to be equally divided among the issue of John Huggins Dixon. Failing his issue, to be inherited by the issue of the said Margaret Dixon. Also, the use of the Negro boy Joe goes to Tabitha Ann Dixon, daughter of John Q. and Margaret Dixon, for her life and after equally to her issue or failing issue to the issue of the said Margaret Dixon. Wit. John B. Divine, William Hudson. Pr. Jan. 24, 1818. Rec. May 22, 1818.
G-198. Jan. 1, 1818. Deed of Gift. John Huggins gives to Margaret Dixon, wife of John O. Q. Dixon of Sumpter Dist., for her lifetime, a wench named Rose and a girl Venus, daughtger of Rose, and their issue. After Margaret’s life, to be equally divided among her issue. Wit. John B. Divine, William Hudson. Pr. Jan. 24, 1818. Rec. May 22, 1818.
G-204. Feb. 3, 1818. Receipt. Malcom McCullum warrants and defends the sale of two Negroes by him to Allen Cooley: Jacob, a man for $1000, and Bina a woman for $400. Wit. Joel Cooley. Pr. Feb. 4, 1818. Rec. May 24, 1818.
G-209. [Anson Co., NC], Jan. 12, 1769. [Titled Indenture] William Blunt, eldest justice now acting on the bench of Anson Co. places Zachariah Winn, baseborn son of Martha Winn, aged 8 years, as apprentice to Solomon Gross of said county, until the age of 21 years, Gross to provide for him, etc., teach him to read and write, and instruct him in Husbandry. Wit. Samuel Spencer. Pr. Darlington Dist., Mar. 21, 1806. Before John Smith, one of the justice of the peace for said district, appeared Daniel McDaniel, who made oath that he knew the mother of Zackariah Winn to be a free white woman. Rec. May 26, 1818. [Preceding two entries are purchases of land by Zachariah Winn.]
G-213. Deed of Gift. May 22, 1818. Thomas B. Dossey of Oglethorp Co., Georgia, gives his brother William Dossey of Darlington Dist. a Negro man Bob. Rec. June 3, .
G-213-14. Deed of Gift. May 20, 1818. Thomas Kennedy Sr. gives to his granddaughter Ann Kennedy, daughter of his son Thomas Kennedy, and then to her issue, a Negro girl Senna and her increase. Failing Ann’s issue, she or they are to go to Kennedy’s granddaughters Elizabeth and Margaret, daughters of Thomas Kennedy. Wit. Samuel Fraser, Robert Nettles, Eliza E. Fraser. Pr. May 20, 1818. Rec. June 3, 1818.
G-214-14 ½. Deed of Gift. May 20, 1818. Thomas Kennedy [Sr. in heading] gives to his granddaughter Margaret Kennedy, daughter of his son Thomas Kennedy, and then to her issue, a Negro girl Susanna, about 4 or 5 years old, and her increase. Failing Margaret’s issue, she or they are to go to Kennedy’s granddaughters Elizabeth and Ann Kennedy, daughters of his son Thomas Kennedy. Wit. Samuel Fraser, Robert Nettles, Eliza E. Fraser. Pr. May 20, 1818. Rec. June 4, 1818.
G-214. Deed of Gift. May 20, 1818. Thomas Kennedy, Sr., gives to his granddaughter
Elizabeth Kennedy, daughter of his son Thomas Kennedy, and then to her issue, a Negro girl Satyra, aged about 7 or 8 years, and her increase. Failing Elizabeth’s issue, she or theya re to go to Kennedy’s granddaughters Margaret and Ann Kennedy, daughters of his son Thomas Kennedy. Wit. Samuel Fraser, Robert Nettles, Eliza E. Fraser. Pr. May 20, 1818. Rec. June 4, 1818.
G-215. Certification. Jan. 6, 1813. Andrew Hunter, Sr., certifies that he gave a Negro woman Binah to his son John Hunter. Wit. Andrew Hunter, Jr. Pr. Feb. 2, 1809. Rec. June 15, 1818.
G-218. Deed of Gift. June 8, 1818. Elizabeth Standley gives to her daughter Zilpha Standley and her heirs a Negroe Boy Noah, aged between 4 and 5 years. Wit. J[esse]. Williamson, Stephen Odom, Nancy Odom. Pr. June 8, 1818. Rec. June 25, 1818.
G-218-19. Deed of Gift. June 8, 1818. Elizabeth Standley gives to her daughter Elizabeth Standley and her heirs a Negro boy Allen, aged about 7 years. Wit. J[esse]. Williamson, Stephen Odom, Nancy [Odom]. Pr. June 8, 1818. Rec. June 25, 1818.
G-219. Deed of Gift. June 8, 1818. Elizabeth Standley gives to her daughter Mary Muldrow and her heirs a Negro boy named Jack, about nine years of age. Wit. J[esse]. Williamson, Stephen Odom, Nancy Odom. Pr. June 8, 1818. Rec. June 25, 1818.
G-219-20. Deed of Gift. June 8, 1818. Elizabeth Standley gives to her son James Standley and his heris a Negro boy named Josiah, aged about eleven years. Wit. J[esse]. Williamson, Stephen Odom, Nancy Odom. Pr. June 8, 1818. Rec. June 25, 1818.
G-220. Deed of Gift. June 8, 1818. Elizabeth Standley gives to her daughter Martha Standley and her heirs a Negro girl named Agness, with her future increase. Wit. J[esse]. Williamson, Stephen Odom, Nancy Odom. Pr. June 8, 1818. Rec. June 25, 1818.
G-221-22. Deed of Conveyance. June 12, 1818. Elizabeth Benton, widow of Col. Lemuel Benton, conveys certain land and property to her son Buckley K. Benton, for love and for a future annuity of $500 per year, together with the use of domestic servants, a furnished dwelling house, household and kitchen furniture for her lifetime. The lands conveyed include 500 acres granted to John Kimbrough, 100 acres originally granted to Martin Kolb, 250 acres originally granted to Charles Mason, 100 acres originally granted to Charles Moody, 500 acres originally granted to William Dewitt, 150 acres originally granted to Charles Barden, 300 acres bordering on Great Pedee River bought by John Kimbrough from Anthony Pouncey Sr., 25 acres on Tar Kiln Creek in the swamp bought by John Kimbrough from Anthony Pouncey Jr., 100 acres granted to John Harbertson, 150 acres granted to John Kimbrough and divided by him to his grandson John Augustus Benton and his heirs, 300 acres granted to Joseph Elison, 100 acres granted to John McDaniel. The last two tracts were divided by John Kimbrough to his grandson Lemuel Benton and his heirs. On the death of John Augustus Benton and Lemuel Benton without heirs of their bodies they reverted to Betsey Benton the only daughter and heir at law of the said John Kimbrough. Also, one third of the lands and real estate belonging to her late husband Col. Lemuel Benton at the time of his death, to which she is entitled by the act of the legislature of 1791 abolishing primogeniture. Also conveyed is her one undivided third part of the following negro slaves to which she is entitled as widow of Col. Lemuel Benton her late husband and of which he was possessed at the time of his death: Santee, Cate, Sambo, Bob, Sam, Archer, Tener, Abram, Dicy, Becky, London, Wynny, Mary, young Mary, young Tener, Diana, Granvill, young Winne, Crissy, Herriot, Minda, Lassy, Betty, Lizzy, Ned, Peter, Syvia [sic], Carolina, Amy, Moggy, Betty, Rozetta, Esther, Luvcy [sic], Sarrah, Sally, Linda, Nancy, Edy, Lany, Lucy, Tom, Sauney [?], Lyddia, Mintor, Franky, July, Phillis, Harry, Ben, Amos, Daniel and Isaac. Also conveyed to Buckley are her one third part of stock, and other personal property belonging to or claimed by Col. Lemuel Benton. Wit. Thomas Williamson, James Murray, Peter G. Murray. Pr. June 20, 1818. Rec. June 30, 1818.
G-229-30. Affidavit. Aug. 21, 1818. Barne B. Wells and Everett McLendon swear that they were present at John Stanley Sr.’s house on or about July 27 last, and saw John Stanley Jr. deliver to his son John Thomas Asbury Standley a Negro girl Abby as his property forever, and that James Stanley Sr. was to have care of Abby until J. T. A. Standley is 21 years of age. They also state that James Stanley Sr., Betsy Standley his wife, and Thomas Standley were also present at the same time. Rec. Aug. 22, 1818.
G-240-41. Deed of Gift. August 6, 1818. John Garner gives to the children of his grand daughter, daughters of Stephen Cook: to Mary Ann Wiggins Cook, a Negro girl Lowy, aged about 19, with her increase; and to Martha Amelia Cook, a Negro girl Sirina, with her increase. Wit. William F. Zimmerman, Martha Standley. Pr. Oct. [blotted], 1818. Rec. Oct. 10, 1818. [Heading and signature are John Garner; body of text has William Garner.]
G-261-62. Agreement. July 23, 1818. For one dollar and upon certain conditions, Mary Hill conveys to Jacob Cook, real estate and Negroes: Abbey, Yanica, Harry and Jim, and all her one third right in her former husband’s estate, furniture and stock, in trust so that during her lifetime she receives the benefit of the labor of Abbey and Yanica and retains possession of them for her sole and separate use, not subject to the debts or control of anyone she may marry. At her death, her youngest son John Hill is to have the girl Yanica and her increase forever. Jacob Cook is to allow Isaac Hill to retain possession of and enjoy the benefits of the Negro boy Harry and one feather bed and a gray mare until he turns 21. Isaac Hill her son is to have her husband’s real estate and Jacob Cook receives it in trust only. After her decease, the negro girl Abbey and her increase are to be equally divided between her children Martha Bostick, Amos Hill, Rachel White, Micael Hill, Elizabeth Cook, John Hill and Sarah Smith. Negro fellow Jim is to be sold in order to pay the portion to which her youngest son John Hill is entitled from his father’s estate, and the balance to be divided between her children as named above. Wit. Edmund Gee, Jane Packer. Pr. August 3, 1818. Rec. Nov. 16, 1818.
G-262-63. Trust Deed of Gift. Oct. 8, 1818. Zilpha Cook conveys to Michael Russell a Negro girl Phebe and her increase and a feather bed and furniture, a Negro girl Aggy and her increase and a Negro boy Thomas, in trust for Zilpha Cook during her lifetime, she retaining possession and use, apart from any person who she may marry, to the education of the children of her former husband, that is, John Nettles, Ann Russell, and Robert Russell. After her death, “my son” John Nettles is to have Phebe and her increase; “my son” Robert Russell to have Tom; “my daughter” Ann Russell to have Aggy and her increase. Wit. Edmund Gee, Rasha Melton. Pr. Nov. 18, 1818. Rec. [n.d.]
G-269. Bill of Sale. Dec. 30, 1817. Received of Lewis Harrell, $970, in full payment for two negroes sold to him, Jim and Gin, which said “negroes I purchased from said Harrell on this day & now sell them to said Harrell again.” Signed Jordan Sanders. Wit. Moses [?] Sanders. Rec. [n. d.]
G-271. Deed. September 30, 1814. William H. McCall sells to William H. Cannon for $2200 nine Negroes: Cloe, a Negro woman about 40, London, a boy about 16, Enock, a boy about 14, Nancy, a girl about 9, Mary a girl about 7, Harriott a girl about 4, Jim a boy about 3 ½, Daphna, a girl upwards of two years old, and Glasgo a boy about three months, the last 8 all children of the first named Negro woman Cloe. Wit. [Major] James Brown, Thomas Dyre. Pr. Jan. 4, 1819. Rec. Jan. 9, 1819.
G-293. Bill of Sale. Nov. 21, 1807. Received of George Bruce, $500, in full payment for a negroe boy Luke, which I warrant against all claims, etc. Signed Mason Lee. Wit. Isaiah Dubose. Pr. Mar. 11, 1819. [no recording date.]
G-293. Mortgage. Mar. 5, 1819. To secure his bond of $3400 which secures a purchase money debt of $4000 owing to Rasha Cannon, Esq., Robert Collins, merchant, mortgages to Cannon two negro slaves: a man Sim aged about 40, and a woman Aimey aged about 35. If Collins pays the $4000 in installments as agreed to Cannon, the mortgage is void. Wit. Jonathan Mason, John B[enton]. Bruce, George Bruce. Pr. Mar. 8, 1819. Rec. Mar. 12, 1819.
G-305. Deed of Gift. Mar. 31, 1819. Ephraim Jones conveys to his daughters Ann, Louisa and Harriet certain Negroes: to Ann a negro girl Beck and her increase; to Louisa a negro Phebe and her increase; to Harriet, two Negroes Rachel and Fanny. Jones reserves the use and management of the Negroes during his lifetime. Wit. George Bruce, Benjamin F.Godfrey. Pr. Mar. 31, 1819. Rec. Apr. 1, 1819.
G-316. Oaths. June 7, 1819. Elizabeth Philips makes oath that on Feb. 9, 1819 she heard John Philips say that he gave his son John William Rigby Philips a negro woman Sarah and a negro boy George and that it was his wish that his said son should have them. Russell Rigby makes oath that he was also present at the same time and heard the same words spoken by John Philips respecting the gift of Sarah and George two Negroes to his son John W. R. Philips. Sworn before Wm. Smith, J. P. Pr. June 7, 1819. Rec. June 8, 1819.
G-325-26. Trust Deed of Gift. May 29, 1818. Margaret McCall, widow of Thomas McCall, conveys to her son Thomas McCall, her dower interest in lands lately belonging to her husband, reserving to herself a life estate, and also conveys to her son Thomas McCall and her brother William McDowel and her brother in law William Gregg, negroes Phebe, Jack, Charlotte and Harriot and their future increase, in trust that they allow her to use them during her lifetime and upon her death for the use and benefit of her children Thomas McCall, Catherine M. Kirven, Margaret McCall, Mary E. McCall, Isabella L. McCall and Ann Perniese [?] McCall, until they turn 14 years old, then all the Negroes are to be divided except Phebe and her increase, and issue sufficient deeds for them. After her [Margaret’s] death, Phebe is to be freed or “in case her death may prevent her from being freed that they will obligate my children to maintain the said woman Phebe in easy circumstances the remainder of her life.” Wit. James Britt, Joseph Wilson, William Britt. Pr. Nov. 27, 1818. Rec. Aug. 3, 1819.
G-327. Trust Deed of Gift. Apr. 19, 1819. Thomas J. J. Dupre conveys to Hugh Thomson his brother in law, in trust, certain Negro slaves: Moses, Hester, Lena, Amy, Sharper, Lidia, Phillis, Lezet, Amoret, Jacob, Lidia, Phillis [deleted], Abraham, Planter, Stephen, Little Bella, Eliza, Titus, Sylvia, Sam, Cyrus, Pheoby, Little Dinah, Sary, Thomas and Nero and their future increase. They are held in trust for the children of Thomas J. J. Dupre now alive or which may hereafter be begotton on the body of Margaret Dupre his present wife. As each child turns 21 or marries, each child is to be allotted an equal share to be held by him or her for life, and then absolutely to such child or children of them as the deceased parent may leave surviving. Wit. Gaven [sic] Witherspoon, Elizabeth Witherspoon. Pr. [n.d.] Rec. Aug. 3, 1819.
G-340. Deed of Gift. Sept. 16, 1819. William Williams conveys land and slaves to his daughters Levina Linton, Dicy Wilson, Frances Wilson and Mary Wilson. To Levina Linton, land and two negroes Dick and Harry, reserving their use for himself during his lifetime. To Dicy Wilson, land and two Negroes Patt and Reuben with their increase. To Frances Wilson, land and two negroes with their increase, Jinn a woman and Sam. To Mary Wilson, land and Lizett and Ned and their increase. Williams reserves the use during his lifetime and for his just debts. Wit. Charles Bruce, John Jackson, Geo. Bruce. Pr. Oct. 15, 1819. Rec. Oct. 16, 1819.
G-366½. Deed of Gift. Feb. 22, 1820. Nathaniel Knotts gives to his son Elisha Knotts, 97 acres of land and a negro boy Dempsey and personal property, that portion of his father and mother’s estate that “fell to him by heirship,” and all his household property. Wit. Moses Walters, Henry Hicks. Pr. Feb. 6, 1820 [sic]. Rec. Mar. 22, 1820.
G-367-67½. Bill of Sale. Aug. 21, 1809. Joseph Woods sells to Ann Dargan, a negro boy Henry, aged about 9 years. Wit. Abraham James, Timothy Dargan. Pr. Oct. 21, 1819. Rec. Mar. 29, 1820.
G-390-91. Mortgage. June [n.d.] 1820. To secure various bonds for payments due to Fort and Cheesborough, Jordan Sanders conveys to them the following negro slaves: Ben, aged 35; Charles, aged 26; Caesar, aged 32; Ben, a boy aged 14; Anachy, aged 18; Bill, aged 16; Jim, aged 18; Phillis, aged 35; Charity, aged 14; Maria, aged 12; Easter and her five children Davy, Dick, Julius, Hester and Sylvia; Harry, aged 45. If Sanders pays as required, the conveyance is void. Wit. Josiah J. Evans. Pr. June 12, 1820. Rec. June 13, 1820.
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