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Abstract: John C. Stanly asks to emancipate four slaves -- two men, Borton and Brister, and two women, Betty and Money.

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Stanly cites years of faithful and meritorious service. He adds that they are honest and possess skills by which they will be able to prosper as free persons.

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Borton and Brister, for instance, are barbers, and have been responsible for the successful operation of Stanly's barber shop. To his knowledge, Stanly does not believe that "a single instance exists in which they have wrongfully withheld the money coming to your Petitioner. The slaves, he adds, offered "fidelity and tenderness" caring for Stanly during times of illness. Related petitions and external sources reveal that John C.

Stanly was an affluent person of color of mixed race. Abstract: Intwenty-one-year-old Connecticut free black Abraham Carpenter ran away from home and shipped aboard a sloop to New York City. He then boarded a schooner bound for Beaufort, North Carolina, carrying a cargo of lime "for the Fort erecting at that place.

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Remaining in jail "Six long and weary months," Carpenter seeks a writ of habeas corpus to prove his status as a free man. Several deponents in the case testify in support of Jane's claim regarding her white grandmother.

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Several others testify against her claim. Abstract: InJames Brooks died, bequeathing his daughter and son-in-law, Mary and William Wilson, a slave named Peggy and her increase, including a daughter named Winny, during their lives. AboutElizabeth Wilson, now Elizabeth Mills, charges that William Wilson has placed several of the slaves in the possession of his sons and son-in-law, who claim a "reversionary" interest in them. In fact, William and Lewis Wilson have sold several of the slaves.

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Abstract: The petitioner states that he is a sailor and a citizen from Maryland, who worked aboard the schooner Susan Mary, based out of New York. Arriving in New Bern, in Julyhe was jailed for an undisclosed crime. A related document refers to another man of color named Richard Bryant, who was arrested when the description on his freedom papers did not match his physical appearance. Richard claimed to be a free person, and that the discrepancy between his physical appearance and the content of his papers were due to the fact that he had switched coats with another man, and that the papers found in the coat belonged to the other man.

Abstract: Mary McKinne, a minor suing by her guardian, asks to sell a mulatto slave named Calvin who ran off three years ago but has been captured and jailed in another county. He says that the slave is an "artful and cunning fellow" and would, if returned to his owner, doubtless run away again. Mary Seeking sibling Newbern Alabama informs the court that Calvin had tried to pass as free by using another man's freedom papers. Abstract: Georgia slave owner Nicholas Wylie writes that his slave Henry Meredith ran away in Februarybut was captured, jailed, and sold in Caswell County, North Carolina, "in pursuance of the statute in such case.

Abstract: Amanda Walker accuses her husband of living "in constant unlawful intercourse with a certain negro woman belonging to his grand Father.

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He is also guilty of forgery. She asks for a divorce and alimony. Abstract: The jailer for Richmond County requests to sell the runaway slave George who has been incarcerated "longer than the term prescribed by law.

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Wilson has yet claimed George as his slave. Abstract: Eliza Pritchard and seven minor children under her guardianship ask permission to sell their slave, Oliver, to the highest bidder. They inform the court that Oliver has made two escape attempts, and "but a few days ago" he knocked down Eliza Pritchard before fleeing "and hurt her very considerable. Oliver "is becoming worthless," they write, "by reason of his constant neglect of duty and strolling about in the neighborhood.

Adams, and Stephenton formed a partnership to buy and sell slaves. One of them, Jim, ran away, but took the other five to Mississippi. Moye and Adams now charge that owes them for various expenses, and that he has since captured and sold Jim without sharing the profits. Abstract: William Coppersmith, a minor, asks to sell his slave Nanny who is "of very bad character and unmanageable.

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Nash, and remained out "for a considerable length of time. Her husband, who lives nearby, is "well acquainted in the great Dismal Swamp. Abstract: Benjamin Dicken directed in his will that after his death his slaves should be emancipated and transported to Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, or some western, middle, or eastern state, or the West Indies. He also directed his estate to provide the slaves with nine thousand dollars.

Dicken died in and Joseph J. Powell was appointed executor of the estate. The slaves mentioned in the will were sent out of the United States, except Mariah, who died as she was preparing to leave.

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Two of Mariah's children, Florence and John, died in Canada inbut the third, Alavany, survived and now sues the estate by her next friend. She is entitled not only to a one-twelfth share of Dicken's bequest, she argues, but she is also entitled to her mother and sibling's share of one-twelfth each.

In short, she is due one-fourth of the legacy. Abstract: InJames P. Barnes conveyed four slaves to John A. Barnes in trust for Mary Ann McLean during her lifetime and after her death to be divided among her children. Inshe conveyed one of the trust slaves, Perry, to Oliver P. McLean, who, along with several others, bound him in chains for the purpose of carrying him off "selling him to some person who would carry him out of the State.

The petitioners, including the children and heirs of Mary Ann McLean, sue Oliver McLean and others for their right to the slave property. The couple lived in harmony for many years, in spite to his excessive drinking, but in Enoch suffered an injury "which has disabled him so that he is now and has since been unable to walk or render himself any assistance.

She sues Enoch and his two sons. She charges fraud, and seeks alimony and a "suitable maintenance. Abstract: InSherwood Haywood died. His widow Eleanor Haywood, who received a life estate in his substantial holdings, was appointed executor, and John D.

Hawkins was appointed administrator of the estate. Within a short time, several slaves ran away to a free state and the widow expended a "large sum" to capture Seeking sibling Newbern Alabama and bring them back. Moreover, the widow and Hawkins sold property to pay debts. Infollowing Eleanor's death and Hawkins taking possession of slaves formerly belonging to Sherwood Haywood, the Haywood children and heirs sue Hawkins and the other heirs seeking "an of the said estate and payment of their legacies.

Afterwards, Emily explains, Jeff "ran off" and returned to McDowell County; and she voluntarily sent Charity back because she was pregnant. Charity gave birth to Rebecca, but a short time later the slave mother died. Emily now claims that her mother refuses to turn over to her either Jeff or Rebecca. She seeks an injunction to prevent her mother from selling them out of the state and a subpoena requiring her to appear in court.

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In her related answer, Elanor McCay claims that the deed of gift was in the form of a life estate, and that there had been an agreement that the slaves would remain in her possession until her death. Bythis related document reveals, William Killion had sold Jeff. Abstract: Inslave trader Isaac Weatherly died, bequeathing in a codicil to a will a tract of land and money to his "yellow girl, Margaret," along with her freedom.

Isaac also bequeathed the bulk of his estate to his only son, Joseph Addison Weatherly. The late Weatherly's daughters now sue their brother, who is the executor of their father's will, arguing that such the bequest of freedom and of property to Margaret is unlawful because emancipated slaves are supposed to be sent out of the state and slaves cannot own property.

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They ask that the slave and the land "fall into the residuum" of the estate. They also argue that a clause in the will that cancels Joseph's debts to his father is being improperly construed by Joseph. Joseph interprets this clause as meaning all debts area forgiven, both individual as well as business debts due to the slave trade partnership in which he and his father were engaged. Joseph's sisters argue that the partnership debts are not cancelled by the will, only individual debts, and that all partnership assets fall into the residuum of the estate not devised to Joseph and to be distributed among all the heirs.

Abstract: Emily Henry owns a male slave named Daniel, who is "greatly addicted to running away.

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Abstract: Arrested and jailed as a fugitive slave, free black Henry Morgan, a native of Nash County, asks that a writ of habeas corpus be directed to the sheriff of Orange County. Abstract: Infree black Allen Floyd "either lost his free papers or they were stolen from him by some person to your orator unknown.

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Floyd ed a note and paid twenty-six dollars in cash. The two men, Floyd now charges, were only attempting to defraud him; he requests that the bond be declared invalid. Abstract: William Rouse seeks a writ of injunction against "one Vernon," who sold the petitioner a slave named Sarah, who is a "notorious thief and runaway.

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The petitioner maintains that Vernon perpetrated a "suppression of facts, and the true state of the property, which if they had appeared, would have deterred him from purchasing. Abstract: Dr. Joseph Johnson, the court-appointed guardian of Peggy, "a negro woman late the property of James Hutton," prays that Hutton "be compelled by a decree of this Honorable Court, specifically to perform and fulfill his agreement or contract, to emancipate and sett free the said Slave.

Abstract: The first cousins of the late William James Ferguson seek their share of Ferguson's estate. The petitioners declare that Ferguson died in possessed of acres of land and 20 slaves. They further report that said Ferguson executed his last will and testament, wherein he only directed that his debts be paid and that his slave Tom be emancipated after the death of his wife.

The heirs charge that said will "does not appear to have made any effectual disposition of any part of his real or Seeking sibling Newbern Alabama estate;" therefore, the said Ferguson "died intestate as to his said Estates. Roberts, "hath possessed himself since her Death of the whole of said Estate.

Abstract: William Sanders Sr. He avers that he owned a "strong prime and healthy negro slave named Tom, but of bad character.

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