Life and Ancestry of Warner Mifflin; Friend--Philanthropist--Patriot

Life and Ancestry of Warner Mifflin; Friend--Philanthropist--Patriot

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...the Liberty of their Persons (which they are Intituled to by Nature) under the Consideration and Conviction afsd., I do hereby manumit and set absolutely free from a State of Slavery and unnatural Bondage the following particularly named Negroes, to wit: James a young man nineteen years of age, Charity, woman born the 22d Day 7 Mo. 1758 and her child Hannah in the first Month 1775, the children of Negro woman named Sofiah, to wit, Hannah, a girl born in the 2d Mo. 1763, Boy Ben born in the 4th Mo. 1766, Girl Rhoda in the Spring (born) of 1763; Girl Betty born 1 Book of Manumissions, p. 34. in Spring 1769; Boy Fisher born Boy Ned born Girl Peggy, born, the children of negro Woman Phebe, to wit, Boy Sam born the twenty-eight Day of 11th Mo. 1769; Boy Jacob born in the 10th Mo. 1771; and the child of Rachel negro woman, named Nanny born in the 3d Mo. 1775; the children of negro woman named Esther, to witt, Girl Rhoda born the 23d Day of 7th Mo. 1758; and Boy Ben born in the 12th Mo. 1760; the children of negro woman named Patience, to witt, Tabitha a girl born the 7th Day of 7th Mo. 1763; Girl Rebecca, born the 18th Day of 4th Mo. 1765, and has 14 sons and two daughters, Boy Jonathan born in the 12th Mo. 1769; Boy Abel born the 20th Day of 10th Mo. 1773; and Boy Stephen born the first Day of the first Month, 1775. The children of negro woman named Jude, to witt, Boy York born in the 5th Mo. 1760; Girl Esther born in the 12th Mo. 1769; Boy Moses born the 29th Day of the eight Month, 1772; Girl Leah born in the 10th Month 1774; the children of negro woman called DublinLeah, to witt, Girl Betty born the 23d Day of the 7th Mo. 1765; Girl Patience born, Jude born in the 7th Mo. 1769; Girl Candis, born in the 7th month 1771; and Girl Rachel born; the...show more

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  • Paperback | 52 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 109g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236651863
  • 9781236651860