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Louisa County Free Black Register Book 1, No 205B, 206, & 207A

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Title

Louisa County Free Black Register Book 1, No 205B, 206, & 207A

Description

N.o 205
Virginia- In Louisa County Court Clerks Office February the 3.rd 1837. Harriet a free woman of colour (daughter of Lucy said Lucy was emancipated by the Rev.d John Poindexter dec.d) this day made application in the said office to be registered according to law. It is therefore certified to all whom it may concern that the said Harriet is of light black complexion, in the twenty second year of her age, five feet six inches high, has a small scar in the upper edge of the brow of the right eye, even features and no other apparent mark or scar deemed worthy of notice.


N.o 206
Virginia-In Louisa County Court Clerks Office March the 11.th 1837-Jacob (called Jacob Woods) a man of colour (son of Doshia said Doshia was emancipated by the last Will and Testament of Christopher Wood dec.d) this day made application in the said office to be registered according to law. It is therefore certified to all whom it may concern that the said Jacob (called Jacob Woods) is of dark complexion) in the twenty third year of his age, five feet eight inches high, has a large scar below the right corner of the mouth, and a scar on the right temple & one on the back part of the left wrist, and one just below the shoulder on the right arm. front teeth out, no other apparent mark or scar deemed worthy of notice


N.o 207
Virginia, In the Clerks Office of the County Court of Louisa, May 8.th 1837. William Mann son of Charity Mann who was born free, this day made application in the said office to be registered according to law.
It is therefore certified to all whom it may concern that the said William Mann is of dark complexion about five feet seven inches and an half high in the thirty ninth year of his age, has a scar at the outer corner of each eye, and a scar on the inside of the wrist of the right arm, no other apparant mark or scar deemed worthy of notice.

Publisher

Louisa County Historical Society

Date

1837

Identifier

LCBB_205B_206_207A