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 ===== 3 September 1855 ===== ===== 3 September 1855 =====
   * Arthur, free negro, 17, & silas, about 21, bound by indenture to Wm. H. Grant until 21.  Both sons of Jas. Gibbs, deceased, also Robert, son of James Gibbs, 15 years old bound to Robt Mosby. ​ Doctor, son of James Gibbs, 12 years old, bound to James Early – all to learn farming.(p. 230)   * Arthur, free negro, 17, & silas, about 21, bound by indenture to Wm. H. Grant until 21.  Both sons of Jas. Gibbs, deceased, also Robert, son of James Gibbs, 15 years old bound to Robt Mosby. ​ Doctor, son of James Gibbs, 12 years old, bound to James Early – all to learn farming.(p. 230)
 +Note: The Gibbs family stayed in the Petersburg area after the Civil War. Some of the family eventually moved to Aurora, Indiana.
 ===== 5 November 1855  ===== ===== 5 November 1855  =====
   * Deed of emancipation by Wm. M. Resspass 7 Wm. S. T. Spruill, dated 11 Sept. 1848, produced & declared legal (J. W. Menzies witness.(p. 263)   * Deed of emancipation by Wm. M. Resspass 7 Wm. S. T. Spruill, dated 11 Sept. 1848, produced & declared legal (J. W. Menzies witness.(p. 263)
-===== Related ​Articles ​=====+===== Related ​Topics ​=====
   * [[african-americans|More information regarding African-Americans in Boone County]]   * [[african-americans|More information regarding African-Americans in Boone County]]
   * [[Boone_county|Boone County History]]   * [[Boone_county|Boone County History]]
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