?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 500 - $ 750
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Description of land sold by a free African-American couple in 1732. Manuscript document, 4 1/2 x 6 inches, docketed on verso; moderate foxing, folds, edges unevenly trimmed. [Easton, MA], 17 April 1732
Heber Honestman (circa 1690-1768) was a freed slave in Easton, MA; Hagar Honestman was apparently his wife. This document describes the boundaries of "ten acres of land Heber & Hager Honestmans being a man and a women Negros conveys to Nathan Hodges." In the early 1740s Heber and his second wife became the first colonial settlers of Ashfield on the western Massachusetts frontier.
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