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'The Squirrel' & 'Adventurer'

Source: Revolutionary War Prize Cases - Captured Vessels » Page 4

Made 13 Dec 2013

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Eglington ; Capt Jones' vessel

Source: Revolutionary War Prize Cases - Captured Vessels » Page 3

Made 13 Dec 2013

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Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania.

Source: Revolutionary War Prize Cases - Captured Vessels » Page 7

Made 13 Dec 2013

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Henry DUVALL, employed as a cook by the Government

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 3

Made 25 Nov 2013

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Estate of Elenor WEST

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 4

Made 25 Nov 2013

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Recitation: ...all the Stock, Poultry, Slaves, and farming utensils...

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 8

Made 25 Nov 2013

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Lt George Selden, now in the United States Navy ,...

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 3

Made 25 Nov 2013

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In 1832, Kitty Harris was sold by Hanson Clarke to Eliza Duvall. Kitty is mother to the 3 children

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 3

Made 25 Nov 2013

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William DULANEY (slave) - has been employed in waiting on and cooking for some of the Officers in the Army, and at this time with the Army.

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 3

Made 25 Nov 2013

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Last Will of Ignatius Manning (slave owner)

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 4

Made 25 Nov 2013

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15-slaves

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 2

Made 25 Nov 2013

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Court case: Term of Servitude extended 18-months

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 10

Made 25 Nov 2013

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Purchase Receipt: For one Negro woman named Fanny ...

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 5

Made 25 Nov 2013

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Claims 13 Slaves / Georgetown D.C./

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 4

Made 25 Nov 2013

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Eliza BESTON a widowl her husband died on 4-March-1857.

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 3

Made 25 Nov 2013

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'Schedule AMB' list & description of BISCOE's 26 slaves

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 3

Made 24 Nov 2013

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James HOPEWELL, devised said Mary Ayers to his daughter Ann M BISCOE. Mary Ayers' children were devised to Ann by her late husband George Biscoe, with sole...

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 3

Made 24 Nov 2013

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Six female slaves: (5 black:) Henny, 28 & her 4 daughters: Louisa, 12 ; Mariah, 10; Cora, 8 ; Kate, 2 ; & Grace, 8, mulatto dau of Hannah.

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 2

Made 24 Nov 2013

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Bennett BISCOE's 1840 Will bequeathed to Ann his three Negro slave girls: Mary , 9 ; Alice, 7; Maria, 3.

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 6

Made 24 Nov 2013

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1852 Receipt of 'purchase of Negro Slave named Henry Peterson, a man 25 ...'

Source: Board of Commissioners - Emancipation of Slaves in DC » Page 3

Made 24 Nov 2013

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