Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Brown, Coalter, Tucker Papers (I)
Brown, Coalter, Tucker Papers (II)
Charles Campbell Papers
Elizabeth Thomas Papers
Court documents relating to Elizabeth Thomas of Montgomery County, Maryland. Documents concern a court case about Thomas's attempt to free her slaves in her will, an action that was being contested by members of her family. Includes the proceedings of the case as well as letters written into the record from members of the community.
Goodwin Family Papers
James Harrell Account Book
William S. Jefferys Letters
Jerdone Family Papers
List of Negroes, Ages, and Valuation
One page sheet listing the first name of african american slaves, their ages, and their value in dollars. A note on the bottom states that the valuation was determined as divided among themselves.
Manuscripts - People and Family Names
Merritt Family Papers
List of persons enslaved by the College of William & Mary
This list of persons enslaved by the College of William & Mary, circa 1780, includes the enslaved persons that were then at the College as well as those hired out.
The list has been digitized.
A transcription of this list is also available in the folder "Slaves owned by the College" in the University Archives Subject File Collection (UA 9).
William Poole Letter
Letter, 15 February 1817, of William Poole, Brandywine, Delaware, to Isaac Hicks of Westbury, New York. Discusses the effect of that the abolition of slavery would have on the economy of the United States and England. Also discusses Poole's opposition to slavery and the kidnapping of free African Americans to be put into slavery.
William Booth Taliaferro Papers
Venable Family Papers
Chiefly letters, 1801-1809, received by Samuel Woodson Venable of Prince Edward County, Va. Correspondents in the collection incude his brothers, Abraham Bedford Venable, Richard N. Venable and William Lewis Venable. Subjects include tobacco prices, buying slaves and growing hemp.