Fairfax County "Register of Free Negroes", 1822-1835

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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
JamesRobinson301825-02-121825-05-1624Malebright mulatto55.25no visible mark or scarborn free/free bornPrince William CountyPrince William CountyWilliam Mossproduced a certificate of Register from Philip D. Dane clerk of the County Court of Prince William

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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
James311825-08-161825-08-1636Maleblack510.5emancipated by deedJohn CartwrightWilliam Mossliberated by John Cartwright as appears by a Deed of manumission from the said Jno Cartwright duly acknowledged in open court on the 22nd day of January 1799

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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
PriscillaMody321825-08-171825-0831Femaleblack50.5Two scars on the back of her right hand, one of which is near the wristemancipated by willFairfax CountyRachel WheelerWilliam Mossin whom Ignatius Wheeler the husband of said Rachel had a life estate as appears by an affidavit of Henrietta Williams made before George Gunnell Gent. a justice of the peace for the said County of Fairfax

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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
LettyGantt331811-10-171825-10-1724Femaleblack411.5scar on the side of her neck under the right ear and scars on the three last fingers of her right handemancipatedCounty of FairfaxJoshua Hutchinson and Thomas CofferWilliam Mossappears to have been bound by Joshua Hutchinson and Thomas Coffer Ovreseers of the Poor in the County of Fairfax to David W. Scott until she should attain the age of 18 years, by virtue of an order of Court obtained for that purpose on the 20 March 1811, at which time she was 10 years olf

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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
Nancy341825-11-2120Femaleblack51.5large scar on the right side of her breast, two small scars on the left side of her neck and several small scars on her left wristborn free/free bornRoseemancipatedWilliam Mossdaughter of Rose set free by Genl Washington and was born since the emancipation of said Rose, as appears by an affidavit of James Spencer made before Laurence Lewis Gent. a Justice of the Peace for said County of Fairfax

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