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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 486, proofread by Lisa Hopp
Com- Born Free or Date Name plexion Age a Slave Registered 27. Nancy Cozens, daughter M 24 F 15 Dec. 1818 of Burwell Jackson and Alley his wife, free persons of Colour 28. James Cozens, son of M 30 F 16 Jan. 1819 Jacob Cozens & Sukey, his wife, free persons of Colour 29. Catharine Jackson, for- M 50 F 16 Oct. 1819 merly the wife of Isaac Jackson, daughter of Mary Bird, a free woman 30. Mathew Howell, son of M 21 F 21 Dec. 1819 Peggy Howell, a free woman 31. Peyton Bird, son of Peggy M 23 F 24 Dec. 1819 Bird, a free woman 32. James Cook B 65 S 8 Feb. 1820 33. John Bouldin, son of M 20 S 28 Nov. 1820 Charlotte, a Negro woman 34. Charlotte Bouldin, daugh. M 18 S 28 Nov. 1820 of Charlotte, a Negro woman 35. William Bouldin, son of M 16 S 28 Nov. 1820 Charlotte, a Negro woman 36. Nancy Bouldin, daugh. M 13 S 28 Nov. 1820 of Charlotte, a Negro woman (emancipated by deed of William Bouldin dated Oct. 11, 1799 & recorded Deed Book 8, pg. 202) 37. Anderson Crummell, son Bright 21 F 2 Jan. 1821 of Rose Crummell 38. Chisley Young, son of Bright 19 F 1 June 1822 Anthony Young 39. Wyatt Haze Young, son Bright 17 F 1 June 1822 of Anthony Young 40. Robert Fletcher Bright 21 - 5 Feb. 1822 41. Bob Cromwell, son of Bright 27 - 7 Aug. 1822 Rose Cromwell 42. James Jenkins Yellow 35 - 4 Nov. 1822 43. Lucy Young Bright 50 S 4 Nov. 1822 44. Patt Young, daugh. of Bright 30 - 4 Nov. 1822 Lucy Young 45. Esther Young Dark 50+ S 4 Nov. 1822 46. Booker Jackson, son of Bright 22 F 7 Jan. 1823 Berry Jackson and Yellow Clarissa, his wife free persons 47. Polly Richardson Dark 22 F 1 Sept. 1823 Copyrighted September 2001 by JoLee Gregory Spears
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