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List of property sold by the estate of Stephen Alexander, deceased, the sale price, and the name of the purchaser. The quotation marks (" ") in the transcript field means that the information in the line above is repeated.

Transcription

Adams County Old Court July 13, 1829 Sales for and on account of the estate of Stephen Alexander Deceased sold on a credit of six months Frank a negro man $505 John Holmes Mack " " " 435 John Holmes Jack Jun[ior] 355 John Holmes 1295 - paid Fender a woman and her 1020 F.L. Claiborne six children One bay mare Nancy 40 J.C. Heming One colt 50 " 1 -- rifle gun 5 Amos Alexander 1 - whip saw 6 "" 1 - shot gun 5 Jospeh Sessions 1 - saddle and bridle 6 " " $2428 Land sold to Jacob Alexander $792- The above property sold on a credit of six months Jacob Alexander

Approximate Creation Date

1829-07-13

Time Period

1820-1829

Subjects

Slaveholders ; Slavery -- Mississippi ; Slavery -- Mississippi -- History -- Sources ; Slaveholders

Keywords

slavery; enslaved persons; Mississippi; estate files; probate files; Adams County;

Geographic Location

Adams County (Miss.)

Object Type

Text

Physical Format

Document

Digital Format

TIFF

Physical ID

Stephen Alexander Estate File, Box 1. Probate and Estate Files Collection, Historic Natchez Foundation, Mississippi

Digital ID

HNF_Box1_AlexanderStephenEstate_Feb81828_5_u

Source

Stephen Alexander Estate File, Box 1. Probate and Estate Files Collection, Historic Natchez Foundation, Mississippi

Repository

Historic Natchez Foundation

Publisher

Historic Natchez Foundation

Digital Publisher

Mississippi State University Libraries

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Copyright protected by Historic Natchez Foundation. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. Permission to publish or reproduce is required.

Contact Information

hnf@natchez.org

Sales for and on account of the estate of Stephen Alexander, Dec sold on a credit month of July

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