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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 493. Proofread by Lisa Hopp.


                                       Com-          Born Free or     Date
Name                                  plexion      Age  a Slave   Registered

192. Elizabeth Langley, dau. of       Very          12     S      1 Nov. 1841
     Aggy Langley, both               Bright
     emancipated by John              nearly
     Armistead                        White
193. Berry Evans, son of              Black         27     F      4 July 1842
     Lizzy Evans
194. James Chavous, son of            Nutmeg        22     F     11 July 1842
     Lucy Chavous, a free
     woman
195. Henry Gallimore, son             Dark          21     F     26 July 1842
     of Polly Gallimore               Brown
196. Abram Sims Jackson,              Bright         9     F      3 Oct. 1842
     son of Preston Jackson           Olive
197. George Chapman, son of           Dark          21     F      6 Feb. 1843
     Winney (?) Chapman
198. Calomi Bird, dau. of             Bright        28     F     26 Aug. 1843
     William Bird and Polly           Yellow
     his wife, both free persons
     of Colour
199. Charles Howell, son of           Bright        31     F      3 Oct. 1843
     Little Peggy Howell
200. Susan Carter, wife of            Bright        31     F     11 Nov. 1843
     William Carter, & dau.           Mulatto
     of Jacob Chavous
201. John Jackson, son of               -           28     F     14 Dec. 1843
     Berry Jackson & Betsey,
     his wife, both free persons
202. Hillery Chavous, son of          Bright        20     F      6 May 1844
     Jacob Chavous and                not Yellow
     Pheobe, his wife, free persons
203. Jincy Young (formerly            Brown         36     F      1 June 1844
     registered under No. 103
     and renewed under
     No. 172)
204. William Young (see               Dark          28     F      1 July 1844
     No. 182)                         Brown
205. Tom Cousins (see No. 162)        Dark          31     F     26 Oct. 1844
                                      nearly Black
206. Tom Minnis, son of               Dark          21     F     16 Dec. 1844
     Sally Minnis, a free woman       Copper
207. William Gallimore, son           Bright         -     F      3 Feb. 1845
     of Polly Gallimore               Mulatto
208. Peyton W. Sims,                  Bright        25     S      5 Mar. 1845
     emancipated by will of           Mulatto
     Col. Joseph Wyatt
209. Henry Carter                     Bright        57     F      8 April 1845
                                      Mulatto
210. Fayette Sims, emancipated        Bright        28     S      3 June 1845
     by Col. Joseph Wyatt             Mulatto
211. Hezekiah Jackson, son of         Dark          23     F     10 June 1845

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