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african_americans_in_early_boone_county_deed_records [2016/10/21 09:04]
hdelaney [Deed Book R p. 605]
african_americans_in_early_boone_county_deed_records [2018/08/23 16:11] (current)
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 ====Deed Book I p. 613==== ====Deed Book I p. 613====
 30 Dec 1833- Emancipation of Judy and Chelsea, two slaves of Frederick Tanner, deceased, by his heirs, per the wishes of the deceased. ​ The heirs do swear that each is not responsible for the interest any others (of the heirs,) nor for the conduct of the slaves. 30 Dec 1833- Emancipation of Judy and Chelsea, two slaves of Frederick Tanner, deceased, by his heirs, per the wishes of the deceased. ​ The heirs do swear that each is not responsible for the interest any others (of the heirs,) nor for the conduct of the slaves.
 +====Deed Book K p. 147====
 +Squire is manumitted by John Hawkins
 ====Deed Book K p. 309==== ====Deed Book K p. 309====
 1 August, 1836- Lewis buys his freedom. ​ The deed of emancipation states the Lewis had paid his former owner $900 for his freedom. Initially owned by Samuel Hamilton, sold to John B. Hamilton and Delaware Dawley, who execute this deed. 1 August, 1836- Lewis buys his freedom. ​ The deed of emancipation states the Lewis had paid his former owner $900 for his freedom. Initially owned by Samuel Hamilton, sold to John B. Hamilton and Delaware Dawley, who execute this deed.
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