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Freed Negroes

Taken from the Book of Registers of Free Negroes and Mulattoes which is
filed in the Clerk's Office of Charlotte County.

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Prepared by JoLee Gregory Spears Sept. 2001,
with permission of The Charlotte County Board of Supervisors
Charlotte County-Rich Indeed page 494. Proofread by Kathy Westview.
 

                               Com-     Born Free or    Date
     Name                      plexion  Age Slave    Registered

     Berry Jackson & Betsey,   Mulatto
     his wife, free persons of
     Colour
212. Edward Minnis, formerly                F     19 Aug. 1845
     registered by the name
     of Edward Carroll, the
     name his mother was
     sometimes called, Proper
     name is Edward Minnis,
     the name of his father
     (see No. 168)
213. Josiah Coleman Jackson,   Bright   14   F     13 Jan. 1846
     son of Berry Jackson &    Brown
     Betsey his wife, free
     persons of Colour
214. Edmund Young, emancipated Dark     49   S     18 April 1846
     by Revd. Edward
     Almond (see No. 152)
215.*Frank, sometimes called   Dark     25     -   29 April 1846
     Frank Brown
216. Johnson, son of Armistead Dark     22     -   29 April 1846
217. Phil, sometimes called    Dark     45     -   29 April 1846
     Phill White
218. Sylvia, wife of Phill     Dark     25     -   29 April 1846
219. Agness Jane, a dau. of    Dark     2 yrs. -   29 April 1846
     said Phill                         7 mos,
220. Ellick                    Dark     24     -   29 April 1846
221. Sally                     Mulatto  28     -   29 April 1846
222. Craddock, son of Sally    Bright    7     -   29 April 1846
223. Jim, a son of Sally       Bright    4     -   29 April 1846
224. Willis, son of Queen      Dark     22     -   29 April 1846
225. Nero                      Dark     26     -   30 April 1846
                               Brown
226. Edy, wife of Nero         Black    20     -   30 April 1846
227. Fountain, son of Edy      Black     3     -   30 April 1846
228. Hiram, son of Nancy       Very     12     -   30 April 1846
     who is dead               Bright
                               nearly
                               White
229. Mack, also a son          Very     10     -   30 April 1846
     of Nancy                  Bright
230. Watkins Leigh, also a     Very      8     -   30 April 1846
     son of Nancy              Bright
231. John, also a son of Nancy Very      6     -   30 April 1846
                               Bright
232. Susan Ann, a dau. of      Very      5     -   30 April 1846
     the same Nancy            Bright
233. St. George, a son of      Very      3     -   30 April 1846
     the same Nancy            Bright
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*383 Slaves emancipated by will of John Randolph of Roanoke #215 through
#596.

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