List of 46 enslaved persons, Morris estate, Halifax, Virginia :manuscript.
- List of 46 enslaved persons, Morris estate, Halifax, Virginia :manuscript.
- Hughes, Woodson, 1809-1860, author, executor
Numbered list of 46 enslaved persons from the "Morris estate." Their ages, sale price, and purchasers are added in pencil. The enslaved are: Charles; Robin; Mary, Dick and Frank; Florida; Sarah Ann; William; Rhitta, Lewis, Becca & Lila; Harriet and Ely; Jim; Mary Frances; Agness, Patrick, Abram & Peggy; Sena; Elizabeth; Leannah, Patty, Amanda & [Lucky?]; Julia Ann; Letty; Chloe; Allen; George; Gabe; Doctor; Squire; Clay; Grano; Guy; Granville; Monroe; John; Munford; Henry; Joe; Tom; Chesley; Dilsey. The enslavers are: Joshua Chaney, Thomas E. Barksdale, Rufus Stamps, Charles H. Hooper, William H. Rice, Sterling E. Edmunds, William S. Roddin, Robert Moore, William L. Oliver, James W. James, William T. Connerly, John R. Edmunds, William Pruit, Joseph Farmer, John Cunningham, Sarah Ann Cabaniss, Woodson Hughes.
Text on verso of sheet reads: List of slaves of Morris estate. The list I sold by--W.H.
Former title: Slave prices for individual slaves.
Title devised by cataloger.
Date of production estimated from activities of enslavers named in the document.
Written in brown ink with annotations in pencil.
- Halifax, Virginia?, between 1850 and 1860.
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