Military officers--American--1850-1860; Military personnel--American--1850-1860
24-page roster of ca. 1,500 names of individuals who served under military Captains Seth Wilmarth, Isaac Hall Wright, Evans, Cass, Whorf, Granger [probably David Granger of Boston], McKenny, McCafferty, Young, Charles O. Rogers, Henshaw, Cooley,...
Account book, 1856-1858, kept by the prominent slave trading firm of Bolton, Dickens & Co. of Lexington, Kentucky, with branches in Memphis, Charleston, Natchez, and New Orleans. It chiefly records slaves purchased and sold by the firm, with...
Account current for Capatin John Duncan, aboard the Brig Othello, by Charles Yates of Fredericksburg, Virginia, for expenses related to the care of slaves to be sold [on behalf of Samuel and William Vernon of Newport, Rhode Island].
Account current for Samuel and William Vernon [of Newport, Rhode Island] by John Thornton & Co. for expenses and profits related to the clothing and feeding of slaves to be sold in Fredericksburg, Virginia, from the cargo of the Brig Othello.
Account record by John Thornton & Co. in Fredericksburg, Virginia, for expenses related to the sale of 52 slaves aboard the Brig Othello, captained by John Duncan, and cargo aboard the Schooner Susanna, captained by Obed Butler.
Account record by Richard Adams of expenses related to trade on serveral ships belonging to Samuel and William Vernon [of Newport, Rhode Island]. Includes mention of the Brig Royal Charlotte and the Schooner Little Sally.
Account record of expenses and profits related to the Charleston, South Carolina, sale of 63 slaves from Sierra Leone aboard the Sloop Hare, captained by Caleb Godfrey, for Samuel and William Vernon [of Newport, Rhode Island].
Slaves--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slavery--Kentucky--Lincoln County
Declaration of Covenant by Perry Gaugh against C. W. Nuckols regarding the prior sale of Martha Ann, a slave woman sold by Nuckols to Gaugh with the assurance of having sound mind and body. Martha Ann fell ill and died soon thereafter, resulting in...
Inventories of decedents' estates--Kentucky--Jefferson County; Slaves--Kentucky--Jefferson County; Slavery--Kentucky--Jefferson County
Eight-page inventory of the estate of David Brown, including furniture, livestock, and the slaves Sarah, James, Jack, Willis, Charles, Hester, Charlotte, Matilda, Emily, Maria, and Jim, in Jefferson County, Kentucky.