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Slaves Belonging to the Estate of Christopher J. Whaley

Published under African Americans,Slaves and Their Owners on 06/05/2011

Inventory and appraisal of the personal estate of Christopher J. the greatest showman phone case iphone 7 Whaley made on 23 Feb 1859 in Charleston District,

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Slaves of Dewey H. Jones of Sumter County, Georgia

Published under African Americans,Slaves and Their Owners on 06/05/2011

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Jane Harper of Chatooga County, Georgia

Published under African Americans on 06/02/2011

Gibson “Gib” Montgomery was born a slave around 1850 in Chattooga County, Georgia. glass case iphone 7 Gib married Jane Harper on December 23, 1869 in Chattooga County and they had two sons before what descendants describe as a stormy marriage ended in divorce. iphone 7 case slim black When the 1880 census was taken in the Texas Valley area Continue Reading »

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Imer Lee Watts of Alabama & Kansas City, Missouri

Published under African Americans on 06/02/2011

Trying to prove a family’s oral history always is a tough assignment. mirror iphone 6 case In this case, we have relatives of Imer Lee Watts saying that she was born in Alabama, the daughter of Henry Watts and Allie Bowen. So far the records describing Imer Watts fall short of proving her father’s identity. iphone 7 case real leather Continue Reading »

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Roy Victor Jackson of Kansas City, Missouri

Published under African Americans on 06/02/2011

Maybe our readers can help fill-in some details about the ancestry of Roy Victor Jackson. ultra slim iphone 6 charge case According to his death certificate, Roy Victor Jackson, an African American, was born 6 Apr 1894 in Kansas City, Missouri and died there on 13 Nov 1942 from tuberculosis. nillkin case iphone 7 Other records place is birth on Continue Reading »

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