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hdelaney [Deed Book T p. 579]
african_americans_in_early_boone_county_deed_records [2016/10/21 09:04] (current)
hdelaney [Deed Book R p. 605]
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 +26 July 1852-  Sale of a parcel of land from Abraham and Mary Stansifer to Charles, free man of color, formerly of the estate of Reuben S. Clarkson,a parcel of land for $160.  The land is on the waters of Gunpowder Creek, bordered by the lands of Edward Rice (west side of Visalia Road), Samuel Stephens, then Henry Hamilton and back to Rice- no acreage or measurements given in deed.  The parcel is all of the land owned by the Stansifers on the East side of Visalia Road.
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 5 November 1856- Fanny Parker emancipates a woman and her three children: ​ "​Charlotte,​ about 25, copper colour; Mary Ann, aged about 7 years, bright mulatto; Nancy, near three years old, copper colour; and Wade, about fourteen months, copper colour."​ Witnessed by Richard Parker and Thomas A. Cornelius. 5 November 1856- Fanny Parker emancipates a woman and her three children: ​ "​Charlotte,​ about 25, copper colour; Mary Ann, aged about 7 years, bright mulatto; Nancy, near three years old, copper colour; and Wade, about fourteen months, copper colour."​ Witnessed by Richard Parker and Thomas A. Cornelius.
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