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Status: Needs Review

First NameMiddle NameLast NameAliasRegistration numberDate of registrationDate of certificationAgeGenderColorHeight- FeetHeight - InchesMarks or scarsEye colorDescription of hairSpeechName of motherColor of motherFree status of motherName of fatherFree status of fatherName of spouseFree status of spouseName of childrenFree statusWhere emancipatedWho emancipatedPlace of birthDate of birthPrevious place of registrationName of clerkAdditional information
JaneBarnett11805-07-0128FemaleYellow Complexion54.5born free/free bornAlbemarle(as appears by a certificate for the clerk of saw forth)
JudithDavisJudith21805-07-0535FemaleYellow Complexion53emancipatedBedfordNicholas Davisemancipated by Nicholas Davis of Bedford in the year 1794
EstherNapper31805-07-0829FemaleBlack54.5emancipatedCampbell[Illegible] TerriceEsther Napper hath produced a certificate from the [illegible] of Campbell which says nothing about her emancipation. [illegible] She is known [illegible] as a free ^Black woman emancipated by [Illegible] Terrice
AmeySering41805-07-0835Yellowish Complexion5born free/free bornLouisa County[illegible]
JosephMosby51805-07-0941MaleYellow complexion55emancipated[Illegible]J[illegible] BowlerEmancipated April 1804
DavidArmstrong61805-09-1125MaleBlack510/2born free/free bornCounty of PowhatanBorn free as appears by a certificate from the County of Powhatan. Signed by the clerk [illegible] 21 Aug. 1803, copy 18 Oct 1805 [illegible] 19th 1809
LuckeyDeney1805-10-2318Yellowish complexion58Isaac JacksonNed Deneyborn free/free bornCounty of Bedford

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