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Collection: Virginia Untold: Free Registers (indexing)

QuestEd
QuestEd added a note to page 43 in the work Lynchburg City "Free Negro Register and Index", 1843-1865, saying “Reviewed added missing emancipation status and height information ”Note Added
Lydia, LVA
Lydia, LVA added a note to page 3 in the work Charles City County "Free Negro Register", 1835-1864, saying “In the first entry for John Wallis, the clerk has written "removed to Ohio" in the color field. He seems to have made his note in the wrong column so I've captured that information in the Additional Notes field. Reminder to transcribers: we ar...”Note Added
carolinen
carolinen added a note to page 3 in the work Rockbridge County "Register of Free Negroes", 1831-1860, saying “Do we write repeat names?”Note Added
QuestEd
QuestEd added a note to page 52 in the work Lynchburg City "Free Negro Register and Index", 1843-1865, saying “Height is listed but I cannot determine the numbers”Note Added
QuestEd
QuestEd added a note to page 50 in the work Lynchburg City "Free Negro Register and Index", 1843-1865, saying “I didn’t know what to do with the dates in the narrative or exactly which date to record and where”Note Added
QuestEd
QuestEd added a note to page 49 in the work Lynchburg City "Free Negro Register and Index", 1843-1865, saying “I didn’t know what to do with the dates in the narrative or exactly which date to record and where”Note Added
QuestEd
QuestEd added a note to page 3 in the work Lynchburg City "Free Negro Register and Index", 1843-1865, saying “Assumed the number given was age until Charlotte Allen. I am unsure of the column heading for the numbers. ”Note Added
QuestEd
QuestEd added a note to page 3 in the work Lynchburg City "Free Negro Register and Index", 1843-1865, saying “Not 100% sure of the spelling of “Irenice” 2nd Irenice has a number scribbled over, which I did not know how or whether to transcribe ”Note Added
clsburbank
clsburbank added a note to page 4 in the work Amelia County "Free Negro Register", 1804-1835, saying “You need a column of when the person was made free. It is an important date also. Then people can do a search for that date to see who else was freed on same date, possibly by same person in same deed and they may be related. ”Note Added
9karen
9karen added a note to page 65 in the work Amelia County "Free Negro Register", 1804-1835, saying “I'd like to confirm the clerk's initials are J T for John Townes and not JJ as I've seen on other transcribed pages.”Note Added
acmwitz
acmwitz added a note to page 3 in the work Bedford County "County Court Minute Book and Free Negro Register", 1861-1873, saying “This page lists the name of the Judge - the Honorable Charles C Hoffman.”Note Added
acmwitz
acmwitz added a note to page 4 in the work Amelia County "Free Negro Register", 1804-1835, saying “Sucky's information continues on the next page.”Note Added
Gloriana19
Gloriana19 added a note to page 14 in the work Amelia County "Free Negro Register", 1804-1835, saying “What does the symbol mean next to the month/year for subsequent registrations? Is it 'Co'?”Note Added
Gloriana19
Gloriana19 added a note to page 4 in the work Amelia County "Free Negro Register", 1804-1835, saying “Which date is the certification and which is the registration?”Note Added
ehemlinger
ehemlinger added a note to page 81 in the work Fairfax County "Register of Free Negroes", 1822-1835, saying “Exact copy of #79”Note Added
bailey.hall
bailey.hall added a note to page 7 in the work Powhatan County "Register of Free Negroes and Mulattoes", 1800-1820, saying “I'm not sure if this one can be indexed? I've listed the names but I'm not sure if that's correct, or what else on the page to add”Note Added
Rpyles
Rpyles added a note to page 1 in the work Amherst County "Free Negro Register", 1822-1864, saying “Cover of the Book - No information on it. ”Note Added
ehemlinger
ehemlinger added a note to page 48 in the work Fairfax County "Register of Free Negroes", 1822-1835, saying “Missing registration for #47 in this list of documents, but a transcription of #27 exists and can be found at the fairfax county courthouse”Note Added
ehemlinger
ehemlinger added a note to page 1 in the work Fairfax County "Register of Free Negroes", 1822-1835, saying “There is a signature for "William Moss" on this page”Note Added
The Library of Virginia
The Library of Virginia added a note to page 9 in the work Southampton County "Free Negro Register", 1832-1864, saying “If you can read the number with some degree of certainty, go ahead and enter it with a [?] after the digits. If you really can't tell what it is meant to be, [illegible] is the best option. Yes, "emancipated by Ex." sounds like a good match to ...”Note Added
KBmichie
KBmichie added a note to page 9 in the work Southampton County "Free Negro Register", 1832-1864, saying “Also, where the emancipation status has "emancipated by" with a name followed by "Ex," should I assume the "Ex" is for "Executor" and select that it was "emancipated by will"?”Note Added
KBmichie
KBmichie added a note to page 9 in the work Southampton County "Free Negro Register", 1832-1864, saying “Thanks! Where there is a number that looks to be written over another, and I can't tell which it is meant to be, should I put [illegible] or put my best guess and a question mark, or what? Also, I'm assuming that "So'ton" is "Southampton"?”Note Added
Vaohchi
Vaohchi added a note to page 112 in the work Rockbridge County "Register of Free Negroes", 1831-1860, saying “If the clerk who registered the person is different than the person who certified them, do you add the name of both under “Name of Clerk”? Thank you!”Note Added
The Library of Virginia
The Library of Virginia added a note to page 9 in the work Southampton County "Free Negro Register", 1832-1864, saying “That is a very good question! You can use the arrow buttons in the top right corner, just under the document title, to go back to previous pages in the ledger. ”Note Added
KBmichie
KBmichie added a note to page 9 in the work Southampton County "Free Negro Register", 1832-1864, saying “Is there a way to go back in the ledger to see headings for the columns? ”Note Added
dsieb
dsieb added a note to page 3 in the work Southampton County "Free Negro Register", 1832-1864, saying “Mills Artist - take him up”Note Added
dsieb
dsieb added a note to page 2 in the work Southampton County "Free Negro Register", 1832-1864, saying “This is the cover of the register. It was produced by W. H. Fitzwhylsonn.”Note Added
robsmithiii
robsmithiii added a note to page 3 in the work Goochland County "Free Negro Register", 1804-1864, saying “This is a cover page. The text reads as follows: "Free Negroes Registered Began May 1804 Witness Book"”Note Added
robsmithiii
robsmithiii added a note to page 1 in the work Goochland County "Free Negro Register", 1804-1864, saying “This is a volume cover for the register. It reads as follows: "Register of Free Negroes Begin May 1804"”Note Added
SRasich
SRasich added a note to page 10 in the work Amelia County "Free Negro Register", 1835-1855, saying “the next page (11 of 211) has the continuation of D. Bott's record including: ”Note Added
ksjinrva
ksjinrva added a note to page 7 in the work Southampton County "Free Negro Register", 1832-1864, saying “Not sure how Anthony could be 3 years old and 5' 8" tall. ”Note Added