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McKenzie, LVA at Sep 28, 2022 04:18 PM

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First NameMiddle NameLast NameAliasRegistration numberDate of registrationDate of certificationAgeGenderColorHeight- FeetHeight - InchesMarks or scarsEye colorDescription of hairSpeechFree statusWhere emancipatedWho emancipatedPrevious place of registrationDate of birthPlace of birthName of motherColor of motherFree status of motherName of fatherFree status of fatherName of spouseFree status of spouseName of childrenName of clerkAdditional information
WilliamGoings821828-06-191828-06-1920Maleblack56.5two small scars on the left side of the face, no other perceivable marks or scarsborn free/free bornClearyemancipated by deedGeorgeemancipated by deedWilliam Mossson of George and Cleary who were emancipated by John Compton by a deed of manumission recorded in Alexandria in the District of Columbia on the 8th day of December 1803 as appears by the affidavit of Dennis Johnson and James Russell

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First NameMiddle NameLast NameAliasRegistration numberDate of registrationDate of certificationAgeGenderColorHeight- FeetHeight - InchesMarks or scarsEye colorDescription of hairSpeechFree statusWhere emancipatedWho emancipatedPrevious place of registrationDate of birthPlace of birthName of motherColor of motherFree status of motherName of fatherFree status of fatherName of spouseFree status of spouseName of childrenName of clerkAdditional information
WilliamGoings821828-06-191828-06-1920Maleblack56.5two small scars on the left side of the face, no other perceivable marks or scarsborn free/free bornClearyemancipated by deedGeorgeemancipated by deedWilliam Mossson of George and Cleary who were emancipated by John Compton by a deed of manumission recorded in Alexandria in the District of Columbia on the 8th day of December 1803 as appears by the affidavit of Dennis Johnson and James Russell