Bill of sale for Mary and Eliza, an enslaved woman and child, by R. L. Champion to Henry Dana Ward, 1802 February 2 : autograph manuscript and printed text signed.
- Bill of sale for Mary and Eliza, an enslaved woman and child, by R. L. Champion to Henry Dana Ward, 1802 February 2 : autograph manuscript and printed text signed.
- February 2, 1802
- Champion, R. L., active 1802, author
Bill of sale for "a negro woman named Mary and her child Eliza" for "the sum of Three Hundred Seventy Dollars" by R. L. Champion, Commissioner of the Court of Equity, Northern Circuit, S.C., to Henry Dana Ward, "Esquire."
Title devised by cataloger.
Signed by witness: Ben Binsham.
Legal case linked to the document by Champion: "Isaac Alexander & Wife against Mary Brisbane, Executrix of Adam Fowler Brisbane decd."
Title on verso: R. L. Champion Comr in Equity to H. D. Ward Esq. Bill of Sale of Mary & Eliza Feb. 2d 1802.
Note on verso: by Henry Dana Ward dated 1802 February 3 that Mary and Eliza were "purchased for Mrs. Margaret Alexander and paid for by her."
On verso: additional bill of sale for Mary and Eliza dated 1802 March 2, for five hundred dollars from I. Alexander and Margt. Alexander to James Chesnut. Signed by witness: Joseph H. Howells.
Formerly titled: Bill of sale for two slaves: Mary and her daughter Eliza, to Henry Dana Ward, S.C., Northern Circuit
- Slaves--South Carolina--19th century
- Slavery--South Carolina--19th century
- Slave trade--South Carolina--19th century
- Slave bills of sale--South Carolina--19th century--Specimens
- African Americans--South Carolina--19th century
- Slaveholders--South Carolina--19th century
- Enslaved Persons
- Mary--(Mother of Eliza)--(Enslaved person)
- Eliza--(Daughter of Mary)
- bills of sale
- Camden, South Carolina, 1802 February 2.
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