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N.o 632
State of Virginia - Louisa County to wit. The Court of said County having on the 14.th day of September 1863 ordered that John Patterson son of Ann Patterson a free negro be registered by the Clerk of this Court according to law: It is…

N.o 585(b)
Elisha Harris was born free in the County of Louisa in the State of Virginia; Given under my hand the 6.th day of July 1858 (Signed) David M Hunter Clerk Louisa County Court

N.o 586
State of Virginia
Louisa County To wit
The Court…

N.o 542
State of Virginia
Louisa County to Wit
The Court of said County having on the 14.th day of November 1853 Ordered that Thomas Thacker a free negro be registered by the Clerk of said Court according to law: It is therefore certified to all…

N.o 468
State of Virginia
Louisa county, to wit
The Court of the said County having, on the 11.th day of October 1852, Ordered that Edward Ragland a free negro, be registered by the Clerk of said Court according to Law: It is therefore certified…

The attached files are based on the 1865-1870 Personal Property tax lists for Louisa County now at the Library of Virginia. At this time, only information on people of color has been extracted and presented here. The value of these lists to…

Easter Cluff was an enslaved woman sold by Samuel Clough in the mid-1850s. This letter, written in 1866 by her last owner before emancipation is addressed from Macon, Georgia, in the hopes of learning from anyone in Louisa County about Easter's…

Trial of those involved in the Boxley Slave Revolt.

The trail occurred about a week after the incident.

At a Court of Oyer and Terminar held at the courthouse of Louisa County on Tuesday the fifth day of March, One thousand eight hundred and…