Manuscript deeds: "My negro girl named Sopha, a slave for life . . . being a mulatto about three years old next September" from William L. Roberts to William Hall. Lafayette County, MO, 5 July 1842 "A negro woman, black complexion about twenty-five years of age named Avra, and her child Walston, about three years old, a boy mulatto, both slaves for life . . . a negro man slave named Milton, black and about twenty-one years old" from William S. Oldham to John B. Banks and Rufus G. Harper. Washington County, TX, 15 February 1861 "Abram, a man about 50 years of age, his wife Cilla about thirty-five years of age and her three children to wit, Alford about seven years of age, Judy about two years of age and six months, and Patty an infant about one month old," plus land, from James Caldwell to William R. Lenoir. Sumpter District, SC, 18 February 1834. Bills of sale: "Neagro man named Caleb" from John D. Camp to Thomas Armstrong. Longwood, NJ, 18 November 1801 "Henry, aged about 12 years" from G.V. Aucker(?) to Davis Smith. Charleston, SC, 21 November 1859 "Negro slave named Abby, about 24 years old" from Benjamin Conley to M.J. Conley. A note on verso reads "this slave I sold immediately." Np, 1 February 1856 "One negro slave named Alfred" from L.S. Anthony to William Ashley. Augusta, GA, 25 February 1862 "One negro slave named Albert aged about 21 years" from T.D. Oldham to J.F. Torrance. Memphis, TN, 23 February 1861.
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