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Estate Inventory of Anne Glover, Free African American Charleston, SC, 1858
Inventory of the Goods and Chattels rights and credits belonging
to the Estate of Anne Glover (a free person of color) so far as
know [sic] to the undersigned administrator and including entire Estate
A claim due by North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company
for Insurance of a Slave in said Office since dead
Amounting to about $200
Chas P. Facoconnett
Filed 6 Nov 1858
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- Charleston, SC
- 6 Nov 1858
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