Slaves of Mrs. Frances L. Maxcey of James Island, Charleston, South Carolina

Jun 02, 2011

After her death, the court ordered that an inventory and appraisal of the property belonging to the estate of Mrs. Frances L. Maxcey of James Island, St. snugg phone case iphone 7 Andrews Parish, Charleston District, South Carolina be made and returned to the court in Charleston County, South Carolina. That document, dated the 14th day of March, 1834, names the following forty Negro slaves:

Mingo, Sarah, Simon, iphone 7 case pastel Peg & child, Mary, Mingo, Jr., Cinda, (8) $2,000
Charles, Peg, Willis, Ellen, Baby, (5) $1,200
July, liquid glitter phone case iphone 7 plus Flavia, case it iphone 6 Sarah, Richard, Cyrus, July, Jr., Ben, (7) $1,800
Sally, Kate, Amy (3) $550
Bess, Phoebe, Hester, Isaac, Joe, Judy (6) $1,400
Mole, iphone 7 case dark blue Amey, Bristol, Flora, Laura (5) $2,000
Ben, Solomon, Ellen (3) $600
Frank, Jenny,

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