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Slave Owners of Perry Co MO 1843 Tax List,
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Slave Owners of Perry County, Missouri 1843 Tax List, Probate Estates & Wills


Abernathy, Aaron. 1843 Tax List.

$480.00 Real Property

$768.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $600.00

Exempt*


Abernathy, Aaron. Estate 357, February 23, 1847.

One Negro woman Ann-twenty-one...............................$400.00

One Negro woman Mary-twenty-three...........................$400.00

One Negro girl Rhoda-six...............................................$200.00

One Negro boy Columbus-eighteen months.....................$75.00

One Negro boy Houston-one year old...............................$50.00

Total.............................................................................$1,125.00


One brown mare................................................................$35.00

Total value of the estate...........................................$1,540.72 ½


Sold Monday, February 7, 1848

Ann and one child about two years $601.00 to Adam R. Martin

Sale ad said Ann was to be sold with her two children

One about two years old and one six months for debt settlement


Abernathy, Albert G. 1834 Tax List.

$245.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $200.00


Abernathy, Alonso. 1834 Tax List.

$600.00 Real Property

$2,378.00 Personal Property

Six slaves valued at $1,500.00


Abernathy, Alonso. Estate 275.

Appraisal October 30, 1844 - November 12, 1844

Logan twenty-five appraised at $400.00 and sold for $450.00

Hannah woman and child forty-five appraised at $300.00 and sold for $250.00

Harriet girl ten appraised at $200.00 and sold for $400.00

Stephen boy eight appraised for $200.00 and sold for $486.25

Sophia girl four appraised for $150.00 and sold for $262.00

Madison boy two - Hannah’s child

Total ................................................................................................$1,808.87 ½


Private sale

Logan to Ezra Shelby and James M. Hayes

Hannah and child Madison to Henry Call

Harriet to Isaac Neville

Stephen to Alexander Bailey

Sophia to Adam Smith


Abernathy, Battle. 1843 Tax List.

$1,650.00 Real Property

$2,701.00 Personal Property

Nine slaves valued at $2,400.00


Abernathy, Battle. Will 50

Written October 7, 1845 - Recorded November 3, 1845 Wife to live on farm and keep all slaves with her as long as she thinks proper


 Abernathy, Battle. Estate 323

Filed Jan. 7, 1846


4 Negro men

3 Negro women

4 Negro boys

3 Negro children


Appraisal Dec. 18, 1846

Filed Jan. 7, 1847

Slaves

one man Frank age 38 $400.

one woman Hannah age 42 $250.

one man Ephraim age 26 $600.

one woman Birchet age 26 and child $450.

one woman Emily age 24 and child $450.

one man Joseph age 22 $500.

one man James age 19 $450.

one boy Starlinage age 13 $450.

one boy Jack age 10 $350.

one boy Wesley age 12 $300.

one boy Norbert age 9 $300.

one girl Claressiea age 2 $50.

 


Abernathy, Caswell. 1843 Tax List.

$200.00 Real Property

$898.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $800.00


Abernathy, Daniel. 1834 Tax List.

$1,615.00 Personal Property

Six slaves valued at $1,500.00


Abernathy, Daniel. Estate 403.

Appraisement November 12, 1849

Woman Tish...................................................$250.00

Girl Mary Jane................................................$350.00

Girl Margaret..................................................$400.00

Boy Munso.....................................................$600.00

Boy Columbus................................................$600.00

Total............................................................$2,200.00

80 acres of land - everything willed to wife

Total value personal property...........................................$2,539.15


Abernathy, Enos. 1843 Tax List.

$150.00 Real Property

$470.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $350.00


Abernathy, Enos. Estate 284.

Appraisal January 2 & 3, 1845

One man nineteen years old $450.00 - for hire $50.00 per year

One boy sixteen years old $450.00 - for hire $36.00 per year

One girl sixteen years old $400.00 - for hire $36.00 per year

One child five months old $50.00

Total appraisal of personal property $1,707.57

on inventory, no slaves listed


Additional Inventory

one Negro man Ivy 20

one Negro girl Maryanne 18

one Negro child of Maryannes 6 months

one Negro boy Bill 18

one Negro boy Isaac 3


Appraisal Jan. 1, 1845

Ivy 19 $450

Boy 16 $450

Girl 16 $400

child 3 mon. $50


Inventory of papers Oct. 15, 1841

Account for eighteen men who owed him money for a total of $97.50

 Joe Dickson Free man $8.00

Frank Free man $4.00

These two were part of the 18 men


Also in inventory of papers

       A due bill viz. Due Enos Abernathy on final settlement of the estate of Jas Pettit deceased for the difference that accrued in exchange of a certain Negro girl named Caroline for Harriet and her child Pheby, one-hundred and fifty dollars given under my hand this 30th day of October in the year of our Lord, Eighteen hundred and forty-five.

Signed James N. Pettit




Abernathy, Franklin. 1843 Tax List.

$510.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $400.00


Abernathy, Franklin. Estate 375.

November 24, 1847

One Negro boy-Norbut..............................................$400.00

One Negro girl-Margaret...........................................$300.00

Total value of appraisement.................................$1,095.40

       A will in the estate given Margaret to his wife - the boy to William and Mary his children.


Abernathy, Harley D. 1843 Tax List.

$450.00 Real Property

$1,770.00 Personal Property

Six slaves valued at $1,600.00

Exempt*


Abernathy, James. 1843 Tax List.

$400.00 Real Property

$1,758.00 Personal Property

Seven slaves valued at $1,650.00

Exempt*


Abernathy, James. Will 64a.

Written April 21, 1850 - Recorded May 13, 1850.

       I give and bequeath unto my wife Francis my Negro woman named Deanna also a Negro girl named Harriet also a Negro boy named Damascus also a Negro boy named Erin. All slaves for life and I do bequeath said slaves unto my wife absolutely....to wife such books as she should select from my library

         .....third I give and bequeath unto my son Sidney one Negro boy named William a slave for life. I also give and bequeath to my son Sidney one Negro girl named Cherry a slave for life.

.......fourth I give and bequeath unto my son Alphonso Abernathy one Negro woman named Emilie also one Negro boy a child John.



Abernathy, James. Estate 421.

Appraisal of Slaves June 12, 1850

one woman Jane age 47 $300

one girl Elvira age 2 $125

one boy Demascus age 16 $500

one boy Elam age 14 $500

one girl ----- age 8 $250

one boy William age 10 $400

one woman Emily 23 and child $450

one boy Cicero age 2 $125

one boy John age 4 $200

one girl Elizabeth age 6 $200

one woman Leanne age 17 $400

one child Melvira age 1 $100

one child Lucelia age 3 $125

one woman Mary Ann age 21 $400

one child Columbus age 1 $100

one child Robert age 3 $150

one girl Matilda age 12 $300

one boy Alexander age 8 $300

one boy Levi age 7 $300


Total valuation of slaves $5225

Total valuation if personal property (including the slaves) $5481.45

              



Abernathy, Jeremiah. 1843 Tax List

$550.00 Real Property

$2,530.00 Personal Property

Nine slaves valued at $2,400.00

Exempt*


Abernathy, John H. 1843 Tax List.

$400.00 Real Property

$756.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $600.00

For Hannah Harris five slaves valued at $1,250.00


Abernathy, Joseph. 1843 Tax List.

$650.00 Real Property

$2,845.00 Personal Property

Nine slaves valued at $2,600.00


Abernathy, Joseph A. 1843 Tax List.

$398.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $350.00


Abernathy, Joshua. 1843 Tax List

$625.00 Real Property

$1,455.00 Personal Property

Five slaves valued at $1,300.00

Overage*


Estate 394


To the Honorable the County Circuit of Perry County:

The undersigned Executor of the last Will and testament of Joshua Abernathy dec’d respectfully reports.


That in obedience to the order of this court made and entered of record at the May term 1863 ordering him to seel certain slaves belonging to the estate of Joshua Abernathy deceased he did on the first day of January 1864 proceed to seel the same according to the terms of said order. He sold said slaves at public auction to the highest bidder at the court house door in the town of Perryville at the time aforesaid, having first given public notice of the time place and terms of sale by posting up six written advertisements containing time place & terms of sale, at least 20 days before the day of the sale, and in six of the most public places in said county of Perry. That he sold said slaves on a credit of 12 months, taking notes $ approved security form the purchasers. That the following is a list of the slaves sold with the name of the purchaser and the price paid for the same opposite the slaves respectively sold.


 Eliza Wilton Hagan $5.00

Caroline and John ,Charley, Mary, Lusa (four children) William Manning $100

Boyd Nercus Cissell $37

Harry Clement Fenwick $96

Susan Wm. Litsh $66

Caleb Senate Abernethy $45.50

Total amount of sales $350


Senate Abernethy and William Manning were heirs to the estate. There were a total of 6 heirs - each received $48.59.


Abernathy, Lott. 1843 Tax List.

$400.00 Real Property

$395.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $275.00

Exempt*


Abernathy, Perneely. Estate 414.

        Abernathy, Perneely - had will in the estate one slave Elias $350.00 app. Willed to her son Theodore total value of personal property app. $948.90


Allen, Samuel. 1843 Tax List.

$415.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $350.00


Allen, Samuel. Estate 384, July 19, 1848 appraisal

One slave named Abraham $600.00

Total value personal property $966.50


       Will in estate - slave to wife as long as he behaves and as long as wife does not remarry. November 1850 - term petition to sell slave because of lack of money for debt sold to James Preston for $800.00 January 1, 1851.


Bailey, Alexander. 1843 Tax List.

$860.00 Real Property

$1,935.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $1,000.00


      Beauvais, Joseph. 1843 Tax List.

$2,175.00 Real Property

$4,380.00 Personal Property

Nine slaves valued at $2,700.00


Beauvais, Peter. 1843 Tax List.

$300.00 Real Property

$319.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00




      Basle, J. R. 1843 Tax List.

     $650 Real Property

$400.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $400.00


Black, Robert. 1843 Tax List.

$900.00 Real Property

$3,668.00 Personal Property

Fifteen slaves valued at $3,500.00

Exempt*

 

Black, Robert. Estate 280.

Appraisal - November 5, 1844 - Sold February 1, 1847

One man Dick - forty-nine - $250.00 and sold for $240.00 to John A. McClain

One man Lee - thirty - $400.00

One man Isaac - twenty-four - $500.00

One man Dick - twenty-three - $200.00

                            One boy Horace - eighteen - $500.00

One boy Andrew - sixteen - $450.00 and sold for $607.00 to Columbus Price

One boy Henry - fifteen - $300.00 and sold for $676.00 to Leonard Faith

One boy Jordan - ten - $200.00 and sold for $456.00 to J. W. Malone

One boy Willis - nine - $200.00 and sold for $405.00 to J. W. Malone

One boy Frank - eight - $200.00 and sold for $439.25 to John W. Malone

One boy Muneew - ten - $175.00 and sold for $406.00 to John W. Malone

One boy Tom - four - not listed on appraisal

One boy Westly - three - $125.00

One boy David - two - $75.00

One boy James - one - $75.00

One female Rose - fifty-three - $250.00

One female Nance - twenty-seven - $375.00 and two children for $700.50 to John W. Malone

One female Rachel - tweleve - $375.00 - for $486.00 to John W. Malone

One female Lilly - ten - $175.00

One female Mary - four - $150.00

Total................................................................................................................$4,975.00

   Slaves had to be sold because assets on hand were $974.87 ½ and the debts were $3,046.13 1/4 after sale.

 

Black, William. 1843 Tax List.

$300.00 Real Property

$488.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $350.00

 

Black, William. Estate 352.

January 27, 1847

Total appraisal of personal property $893.72

One Negro man Jim $500.00 - twenty-three years old

Petition to sell slave - November 10, 1848

No record of sale

 

Black, William H. Estate 385 - de bones Ni

Appraisal August 22, 1848

One Negro man Jim $600.00

Sold Monday August 6, 1849

To William Wilkenson $770.00

 

Block, Hyman. 1843 Tax List.

$400.00 Real Property

$145.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $100.00

One Perryville lot number 35

 

Brown, Peter. 1843 Tax List.

$400.00 Real Property

$450.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $275.00

 

Brown, Robert F. 1843 Tax List.

$250.00 Real Property

$2,345.00 Personal Property

Eight slaves valued at $2,000.00

Exempt*

 

Brown, Walter L. 1843 Tax List.

$40.00 Real Property

$705.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $650.00

 

Bull, William A. 1843 Tax List.

$600.00 Real Property

$543.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $350.00

 

Burgee, Joab W. 1843 Tax List.

$1,200.00 Real Property

$5,425.00 Personal Property

Four slaves valued at $1,000.00

One carriage valued at $60.00

 

Burnett, John E. 1843 Tax List.

$1,710.00 Real Property

$2,740.00 Personal Property

Nine slaves valued at $2,475.00

 

Burns, James. 1843 Tax List.

 $550.00 Real Property

$835.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $700.00

 

Burns, James. Estate 329.

Appraisal February 25, 1846

     Jane and child $400.00

Boy Logan $300.00

Elizabeth and two children $500.00

 

Total personal property $1,790.96

 

      Petition to sell Jane and children February term 1848 because she is in danger of being lost to the estate by escaping - Robert Wimsalt willing to buy them for $635.00.

Court allowed petition sale took place

 

 Burns, William. 1843 Tax List.

$1,320.00 Real Property

$1,303.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $1,100.00

 

Burns, William. Estate 302.

Inventory May 30, 1845

One Negro man Isaac forty-five $250.00 sold to Lewis Thayes for $190.00

One Negro woman Louise twenty-five $500.00 sold to John A. Hesse

January 1, 1844

 

Cissell, Clement. 1843 Tax List.

$750.00 Real Property

$598.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Cissell, Joseph. 1843 Tax List.

$1,770.00 Real Property

$2,088.00 Personal Property

Four slaves valued at $1,100.00

Part of lot number 57 & 58 in Perryville

 

Clark, Francis. 1843 Tax List.

$710 Real Property

$1,100.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $900.00

 

Cline, Daniel. 1843 Tax List.

$500.00 Real Property

$1,445.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

Exempt*

 

Davis, Erastis. 1843 Tax List.

$970.00 Real Property

$919.00 Personal Property

Nine slaves valued at $600.00

 

Delassus, Leon. 1843 Tax List.

$950.00 Real Property

$3,045.00 Personal Property

Seven slaves valued at $2,000.00

 

Dickson, Jesse. 1843 Tax List.

$415.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Donahoe, Thomas. 1843 Tax List.

$150.00 Real Property

$205.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $100.00

Exempt*

 

Donald, Samuel T. 1843 Tax List.

$300.00 Real Property

$825.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $700.00

 

Duggins, Pouncey. 1843 Tax List.

$250.00 Real Property

$438.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

   Duval, Simon. 1843 Tax List.

$400.00 Real Property

$1,173.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $900.00

Exempt*

 

Evans, Perry. 1843 Tax List.

$2,320.00 Real Property

$2,170.00 Personal Property

Seven slaves valued at $1,925.00

 

Everts, Jacob. 1843 Tax List.

$375.00 Personal Property

for John B. Everts

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Faina, Valerio. 1843 Tax List.

$600.00 Real Property

$1,630.00 Personal Property

Five slaves valued at $1,200.00

Two carriages valued at $150.00

 

Farrar, Alonzo (Son of John), 1843 Tax List.

$270.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $250.00

 

Farrar, Franklin. 1843 Tax List.

$150.00 Real Property

$355.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Farrar, James. 1843 Tax List.

$230.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $200.00

 

Farrar, John. 1843 Tax List.

$775.00 Real Property

$748.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $600.00

 

Farrar, John B. 1843 Tax List.

$425.00 Real Property

$2,358.00 Personal Property

Six slaves valued at $1,800.00

 

Farrar, Miles. 1843 Tax List.

$1,080.00 Real Property

$3,775.00 Personal Property

Fourteen slaves valued at $3,550.00

 

Farrar, Moses. 1843 Tax List.

$1,600.00 Real Property

$2,245.00 Personal Property

Eight slaves valued at $2,000.00

 

Farrar, Robert Jr. 1843 Tax List.

$230.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $200.00

 

Farrar, William Jr. 1843 Tax List.

$217.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $150.00

 

Ferrea, Angel. 1843 Tax List.

$300.00 Real Property

$1,305 Personal Property

Five slaves valued at $1,200.00

 

Ferrel, Ansel. Estate 350.

January 15, 1847

One woman Lucinda $350.00

One girl Hannah $250.00

One boy Bill $250.00

Total Personal Property..................$1,187.12 ½

 

Sale of Personal Property

January 16, 1847.......................................$402.14

Debts......................................................$1,405.05

Estate deficit..........................................$1,003.05

 

Petition to sell slaves - Hannah died September 1846

One child of Lucy since inventory

 

Lucinda and child to John E. Burgett...................................$506.00

           Bill to John Edwards............................................................$430.50

Total.....................................................................................$936.50

 

January 1, 1849

       In will, slaves went to wife unless she lacked necessities - then to be sold. If slaves were not sold during her lifetime, the slaves were to be freed.

 

 Finch, John P. 1843 Tax List.

$1353 Personal Property

$400 Real Property

4 slaves valued at $1200.

 

Flynn, Isaac. 1843 Tax List.

$800.00 Real Property

$487.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Flynn, Isaac. Estate 282.

One slave named George - thirty-seven years old appraised at $600.00

Total appraisement..................................................................................$939.29

 

French, Lewis. 1843 Tax List.

$1,100.00 Real Property

$1,376.00 Personal Property

Four slaves valued at $1,100.00

 

Gill, James (Estate). 1843 Tax List.

$400.00 Real Property

$890.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $750.00

 

Gregoire, Francis. Estate 297.

Appraisement list May 22, 1846

      One man Peter - twenty-four $500.00

One mulatto woman Emily - thirty-two and child Thomas nine months old $450.00

One mulatto boy Levis four years old child of Emily $150.00

Total............................................................................................................................$1,100.00

This is all of his personal property except two cows and a calf $15.00

November term 1845 - petition to sell slaves because estate was in debt $12,354.62 ½

First account - slaves sold February 2, 1847 $1,030.00

Hire of slaves nine months and twenty-four days at three per month $29.40

Total.......................................................................................................................$1,059.40

Had will - annexed - brother Charles was to be executer but Benjamin Shaw became administer.

In will Charles to take change of his children when school age. Wife was to take special role.

 

Hagan, Aquila. 1843 Tax List.

$1,250.00 Real Property

$2,230.00 Personal Property

Seven slaves valued at $2,000.00

Exempt*

 

Hagan , Aquila Estate 442

Will in Estate

“In the name of God, Amen, I Aquilla Hagan, of Perry County, State of Missouri, being in good health of body an of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding and also being desirous to settle my Estate real, personal and mixed, whilst I have strength and capacity of doing so, do make, declare and publish this document, my last Will and Testament as it shall follow herein: And hereby I do revoke, annul and set aside any and all other Wills and Testaments by me heretofore made at any time whatsoever.

 

First I commit my Soul into the hands of God and my body to the earth. After, this I require that all my debts, if any there are by me owing at my death , also all funeral expenses after my death, together with all charges touching the proving of, or otherwise concerning the Estate by my hereinafter mentioned Executors; and also that sometime after my death, my Executors, shall out of my same personal Estate, get a pretty neat tomb-stone erected over my Grave, with my name and age thereon. As to my Estate real personal and mixed, I do dispose and divide of the same in the following manner and form to wit:

First of all, I give and bequeath to the Superior of St. Marys Seminary, Perry Cty, Missouri, one hundred dollars, in consideration of which the said Seminary will have to say masses for me and my deceased relatives

 

2nd

 My Slaves I dispose of as follows, I give and bequeath to my son James Hagan, to him and his heirs absolutely, my following slaves: Ann, a woman and her increase, John, a boy, Moses, a boy and Charley, a grown boy and in addition to this, I also give and bequeath to my son James Hagan, to him and his heirs absolutely, one hundred and sixty acres of land , more or less, joingin him, formerly known as Thomas Allens tract or part of it

 

3re I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary wife of Henry Biddy Layton, to her and her heirs absolutely my following slaves: William, a grown, boy, Edward, a small boy and Milly a woman and her increase But it is my earnest request that this Milly should not be sld out of the family I give her to and that as long as she lives, she be treated with kindness and lenity as a reward for her good and faithful attention to me in my old day.

 

4rh I give and bequeath to my daughter Christina wife of Nereres Cissell, to her and her heirs absolutely my following slaves: Isaac a man, and Henry a boy and

 

5th I give and bequeath to my grandchildren the children of my deceased son Michael Hagen; Susan wife of Martin L. Moor, of my daughter Nancy deceased wife of John Brewer, of my daughter Rebecca deceased wife of James C. Moore, and of my daughter Elizabeth deceased wife of John B. Layton, five hundred Dollars, one hundred Dollars to go to each set of the five sets of grandchildren.

 

6th I give and bequeath to my grandchildren of my son John Hagan, my following slaves, Maria a woman and her increase and Robert a little boy, but the use, profit and benefit of these said slaves I leave and give to my son John Hagan for and during his life with the restriction that he has no power and right to abuse them, sell, mortgage or dispose of them in anyway whatsoever and that after his death the slaves return to their Masters, my above mentioned grandchildren, that is the children of John Hagan. I, moreover give and bequeath to my grandchildren, the children of my son John Hagan and Elizabeth Tucker his wife, to them and their heirs absolutely, one hundred and fifty acres of the tract of land on which I now reside, to be laid off so as to run from the West corner, along the line of ------- Elders place, down to South East Corner, so located, as to include and take in, on said quantity of land, my dwelling house, out house, stables, barn spring and orchard. And to my son John Hagan I absolutely give him the right and declare him entitled to the use, occupation, possession, all rent or rents, issues and profits of said land and tenements for and during life, without paying any interest, rent or rents thereof, But let it be will understood that John Hagan has no power whatever to sell, change, mortgage, convey or dispose of said property.

 

                                            Hamilton, F. J. (Estate). 1843 Tax List.

$100.00 Real Property

$700.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $700.00

See Town Lots 1828 & 1834

 

Hamilton, Fenwick J. 1834 Tax List.

Inventory

One woman thirty-eight - sold to Robert R. Slaughter $353.00

One girl nine - sold to Thomas Twyman Jr. $100.00

One boy three - sold to Henry Caho Jr. $304.00

Total.......................................................................................$757.00

 

Hamilton, James L. 1834 Tax List.

$1,000.00 Real Property

$1,433.00 Personal Property

Six slaves valued at $1,300.00

 

Harris, Hannah. Estate 311.

Appraised October 7, 1845

Joseph - sixty-seven $50.00

Catherine - seventy

Elias - twenty-seven $450.00

Minerva - nineteen $350.00

Lucinda - twelve $300.00 sold to Susan Abernathy

Henry - fifteen $400.00

Harriet - ten $200.00

Total.....................................................................$1,750.00

Total personal property appraisal $2,087.56 (1/4)

Will all personal and real property to my sister (Bernice Abernathy - wife of Jeremiah) children.                                                                             Viz1. John H. Abernathy

2. Perneely L. Abernathy wife of Alonzo

3. Niece Patsy L. Abernathy wife of Croswell

4. Niece Susanna Abernathy

5. Nephew Joseph A. Abernathy

 

Harris, Hezekiah. 1843 Tax List.

$1,650.00 Real Property

$2,568.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $500.00

Exempt*

 

Harris, Hezekiah P. Estate 285.

Appraisal February 12, 1845

One Negro man Green twenty - $300.00

One Negro woman Nelly forty-eight - $200.00

 

For hire of slaves for year $71.00

John Abernathy adminisrator hired

slaves and rented farm

 

 

Hase, F. C. Will 53 ½ - Written September 1, 1843

All land, stock, Negros to wife Elizabeth

 

Hase, Frederick C. Estate 303.

November 1, 1845 Inventory

One Negro man called Davidson

All willed to his wife September 1, 1843

Children Mary Elizabeth; John F.; Augustin Z.; Mary C.;

Grandson James Nash

Lots 29, 19, 20, 13 in Perryville

 

Hase, Frederick C. Estate 346 - de bones n.e.s.

Appraised October 13, 1846

One Negro boy Davidson $450.00

Total appraised personal property $895.22

 

Hayden, Charles. 1843 Tax List.

1. Perryville Lot Number 5

$136.00 Real Property

$598.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Hickey, John J. 1843 Tax List.

$435.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

One carriage valued at $100.00

 

Hogard, Austin. 1843 Tax List.

$1,030.00 Real Property

$2,802.00 Personal Property

Nine slaves valued at $250.00

 

Hahn, Abraham. 1843 Tax List.

$400.00 Real Property

$523.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Holden, E. M. 1843 Tax List.

$255.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $100.00

One carriage valued at $50.00

 

Holstein/Holster, Andrew Sr. 1843 Tax List.

$200.00 Real Property

$298.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $200.00

 

 

Hughey, Elizabeth. 1843 Tax List.

$300.00 Real Property

$493.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $400.00

 

Hughey, Elizabeth. Estate 291.

March 22, 1843 appraisal

One black man (Dav) $500.00

One black woman (Lu) .01

Total............................................$500.01

 

Appraisal of other personal property $203.37 ½

(One lot of bacon $12.00)

Miles Hughey - administer

 

 

Ingram, Charles (Estate). 1843 Tax List.

$3,050.00 Real Property

$10,620.00 Personal Property

Thirty-four slaves valued at $10,000.00

 

Ingram, Charles. 1843 Tax List.

Appraisal of slaves

July 8, 1843

one Negro man Presley $400

one Negro man Jefferson $100

one Negro man Garet $500

one Negro man Antony $300

one Negro man Boron $450

one Negro man William $350

one Negro boy Jefferson $300

one Negro boy Presley $250

one Negro man Joseph $300

one Negro man Gelum $300

one Negro man Frank $450

one Negro man Jerry $400

one Negro man Green $300

one Negro boy Jonah $350

one Negro woman Sera $225

one Negro Girl Mande $200

one Negro Girl Emeretta $200

one Negro woman Betsy $275

    one Negro girl Susannah $175

one Negro girl Louisa $150

one Negro child July $100

one Negro woman Leana $300

one Negro boy Berry $175

one Negro boy Charles $150

one Negro girl Margret $175

one Negro child Gorge $62

one Negro boy John $140

one Negro woman Letty $350

one Negro child Eliza $75

one Negro woman Jinny $200

one Negro woman Marthen $300

one Negro woman Harriet $275

one Negro girl Adeline $250

one Negro boy Sylvertus $200

one Negro boy David $175

one Negro girl Lucy $125

one Negro child Mary $75

one Negro woman Fanny $250

one Negro woman Charity $300

one Negro boy Aron $175

one Negro boy Samuel $200

one Negro boy Edmon $175

one Negro boy Wiby $125

one Negro child Andy $100

 

Total appraisal of slaves $10,377.00

Total appraisal of personal property which included the slaves $12,451.69

 

A List of Slaves belonging to the Estate of Charles Ingram Dec’d as hired on the 11th

day of January, 1845 by the undersigned Executor of said estate

 

 

Hirer                                             Slaves                                             Amount

Columbus Price                            Jerry                                     x                $70

Columbus Price                            Sette x                   $ 1

Alby B. Darks                              Green x                 $70

John Scudder                                Basen x               $102.50

John Scudder                                Galen x                 $82

Samuel Ullerry                             Anthony x                 $65.25

Samuel Ullerry                             Charrity x                 $ 1

John Allen                                    Jeff x                 $34.25

C. P. Fulerrwider                          Josiah x                 $50.50

John Allen                                    Susan x                   $8.50

C. P. Fulerrwider                          Mandy x                $13.50

Simpson Mustgrave                      Betsey x                 $12

Samuel M Mlane                          Sam paid                  $1.20

James Abbot                                 Aaron paid                  $1.12 ½

                   Total amount of sales        $513.12 ½

Marthy & three children no amount listed

Total amount of Sales $513.12 ½ S. Young Executor of said will and testament.

 

A List of the slaves belonging to the Estate of Charles Ingram late of Perry County Missouri deceased, as hired out by the undersigned Executor of the last will and testament of said deceased on the first day of January A.D 1847

 

Hirer’s Name                               Name of slaves                                         $ .Cts

Benjamin F Ingram                      Bowswain                                               $94

Benjamin F Imgram                     Presley                                                    $50

Sylvester Young                           Aaron                                                      $12

Sylvester Young                           Saml                                                        $40.25

James Abbott                                Rhetta                                                      $35.50

Benjamin F Ingram                      Charity & 5 children                                 $1.25

Benjamin F Ingram                      Edmond                                                      $.25

William C. More                          Josiah                                                      $77

Benjamin F Ingram                      Joseph, Leana & 4 children                      $1.70

Samuel M Lane                            Berry                                                         $9

Isaac Hinkle                                  Betsy                                                       $16

Issac Hinkle                                  Amandy                                                  $16

                                                       total amount                                          $353.45

Sylvester Young, Executor of said Estate

 

Ingram, John. Estate 371. August 3, 1847.

Appraisal only of slaves $2,225.00

Sale - copy $3,227.50

Sale no copy

One man Josiah $770.00 to Benjamin F. Ingram

Inventory only slave and 139, 480, and 80 for a total of 699 acres of land.

 

 

Jones, Francis L. 1843 Tax List.

1701 total acres

$4,515.00 Real Property

$8,203.00 Personal Property

Twenty-one slaves valued at $5,250.00

 

Kennison, Stephen B. Estate 239.

July 2, 1846

One Negro girl until 25 December 1846...............$10.00

Total of personal property..............................$252.87 ½

 

Knott, Clement. 1843 Tax List.

$1,200.00 Real Property

$960.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Knott, Clement. Estate 376.

Appraisal November 20, 1847

One Negro boy Henry about nineteen.....................$500.00

One Negro girl Rosanna about fifteen.....................$400.00

Total value of personal property..........................$1,365.95

Will in estate

Slaves to his wife

 

Knox, Ezeikiel. 1843 Tax List.

$350.00 Real Property

$350.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $275.00

 

Landry, Clemence. Will 49.

Lot 82 - two story brick house

Written September 1, 1843 and recorded January 18, 1845

Fourth I give and bequeath to my beloved Stephen Joseph Thesdule Landry as his absolute property the sum of $600.00. And I also give and bequeath to (the same) a Negro girl named Eugenia to have and to hold him and to the heirs of his body should he have any but (if not) then said Negro girl and her increase if any shall pass to my two beloved sons L. Louis Landry and Joseph Omar Landry.

Fifth...to L. Louis Landry a Negro boy about seven or eight.

Sixth....to Joseph Omar Landry a Negro girl Polly about six.

Seventh of the following named slaves to wit Lucinda a woman and her infant child. Peter a man twenty-one or twenty-two years old and Grace a yellow or mulatto girl about thirteen years old.

Joseph T. Landry keeps them until L. Louis becomes twenty-one then they are to be divided the two sons.

None of the slaves are to be sold if it can be helped.

 

  Landry, Clemence. Estate 300.

Inventory

One brick house - two story with attic and kitchen and dining

Room attached on lot 61 100 feet square

Lot 82 including garden and stable 100' x 150'

Bought by Louis L. Landry $540.00 auction

May 3, 1847

 

One Negro man Peter about twenty-four

One Negro woman Loucinala - willed to stepson Joseph L. Landry

One mulatto girl Grace c. 15, c. 10

One black boy Edmond - willed to son L. Louis Landry

One black girl Polly - willed to Joseph O. Landry

One black girl Eugenia

One black child Adeline

 

One two horse carriage - sold to Joseph G. Landry $140.00

Will September 4, 1843

        Other slaves not directly willed were to be kept by the stepson Joseph L. Landry until L. Louis Landry and Joseph O. Landry become twenty-one then be divided equally “But it is my especial wish and desire that none of said slaves shall be sold out of the family for purpose of partition out of the family for purpose of partition or for any others purpose that can be avoided.

 

Landry, J. T. 1843 Tax List.

$2,335.00 Personal Property

Nine slaves valued at $2,200.00

 

Lane, Joseph. 1843 Tax List.

$375.00 Real Property

$1,225.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $1,000.00

 

Lavielle, William T. 1843 Tax List.

$845.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $700.00

 

 Lavielle, William L. Estate 290.

March 20th 1845

Total assessment of personal property $3,455.07 including the following slaves:

Isaac a Negro man

$415

Tillman a Negro man

$475

Irene a Negro woman

$400

Nisey a Negro woman

$250

Lucinda a Negro woman

$400

Harrison

$300

George 3 years old

$150

Esther 4 years old

$150

Sally

$200

George

$175

Grace

$ 50

                                                Total

$3025

                   

 

Little, Ransom A. 1843 Tax List.

$500.00 Real Property

$868.00 Personal Property

Four slaves valued at $800.00

 

 

Little, Ransom A. Estate 386.

Appraisement September 29th 1848 Sale January 1, 1852

Name - age

Appraised value

Buyer

Price

Nancy about 60

$10

James J. Cochran

$30

Hiram about 25

$700

Mary Little

$600

Milly about 22

$450

John Little

$330

Jo (male) about 3

$200

Permelia Little

$210

Mary about 1

$125

 

 

Sepheronia (Mary?)*

 

Nancy J. Little

$150

total appraisal value

$1485

total sale value

$1320

 

Total value of personal property........................$1,893.65

 

*There are various possibilities that could account for a Mary and a Sepheronia. Mary could have died before the sale. Sepheronia could have been born before the sale. They could be the same child.

 

 

Logan, John. 1843 Tax List.

Same for D. J. Caldwell

                                                             $2,380.00 Real Property

$5,998.00 Personal Property

Twenty slaves valued at $5,600.00

 

Manning, Alexias. 1843 Tax List.

$890.00 Real Property

$693.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $600.00

 

Manning, Cornelius. 1843 Tax List.

$675.00 Real Property

$583.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Manning, Mark (Estate). 1843 Tax List.

$175.00 Real Property

$320.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $300.00

 

Manning, Robert S. 1843 Tax List.

For M. Fenwick

$1,200.00 Real Property

$1,745.00 Personal Property

Five slaves valued at $1,500.00

 

Manning, Robert. 1843 Tax List.

$900.00 Real Property

$949.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $825.00

 

Martin, Adam M. 1843 Tax List.

$200.00 Real Property

$390.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $325.00

 

Martin, David B. 1843 Tax List.

$350.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

           

Martin, James B. 1843 Tax List.

$200.00 Real Property

$269.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $250.00

 

      Martin, John. Estate 315.

Appraisal November 5, 1845 Petition of slaves

Lewis sixty-two $200.00 and sold for $300.00 to James B. Martin

Fanny fifty $150.00 and sold to James B. Martin

Burl eighteen $500.00 and sold for $550.00 to David B. Martin

Matilda sixteen $300.00 and sold for $400.00 to Olly Perry

Madison fourteen $200.00 and sold for $200.00 to Adam M. Martin

Washington tweleve $300.00 and sold for $350.00 to James B. Martin

Jenny thirty-eight $400.00 and sold for $400.00 to Adam M. Martin

Martha/Margaret eight $250.00 and sold for $100.00 to Adam M. Martin

Burges three $150.00 and sold for $175.00 to James D. Martin

Dickson thirty-five $500.00 and sold for $500.00 to Adam M. Martin

Cynthia thirty-one $450.00 and sold for $400.00 to David B. Martin

Miles ten $325.00 and sold for $350.00 to Olly Perry

Adeline seven $250.00 and sold for $250.00 to James B. Martin

Ephramin three $150.00 and sold for $175.00 to David B. Martin

William one $100.00 and sold for $150.00 to James B. Martin

One old woman with a value of zero

Total................................................................................................$4,225.00

 

Total app. Of personal property.......................................................$4,987.30 ½

 

 

Martin, John Sr. 1843 Tax List.

$350.00 Real Property

$3,638.00 Personal Property

Thirteen slave valued at $3,475.00

  

McAtee, Henry. 1843 Tax List

$450.00 Real Property

$433.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

McAtee, Henry Sr. Will 110.

January 18, 1859 - December 21, 1859

       My Negro girl Mary remain in the family and after the death of her present mistress not to be sold to a stranger but to remain or be disposed of in the family.

 

McAtee, Henry. Estate 636

Total value of personal property $1,594.10

AOH $24.85

Notes $2064.50

Ten acres (at least) valued at $100.00

One Negro girl Mary - sixteen years old $800.00

 

Estate 728 January 18, 1862

Hire of Negro girl for $1864 $10.00

$323.60 personal property approx.

$269.24 personal property sold

160 acres - 80 approx. at $600.00 sold $917.17

30 approx. $150.00 sold $200.00

 

McCauley, Bennet. 1843 Tax List.

$250.00 Real Property

$530.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $350.00

 

McCauley, James. 1843 Tax List.

$200.00 Real Property

$560.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $500.00

 

McCauley, William. 1843 Tax List.

$600.00 Real Property

$790.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $700.00

 

McCauley, William. Estate 249.

Inventory July 27, 1843 - Appraisal August 12, 1843

One mulatto man - James ........................................$350.00

One Negro boy - Jack sixteen years old ......$400.00 and sold for $475.00

Petition to sell Jack November 3, 1846 to James Rice

Total appraisal $1,098.25

 

McCombs, Williams. 1843 Tax List.

$1,000.00 Real Property

$390.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

McLane, Alfred A. 1843 Tax List.

$495.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

McLane, John A. 1843 Tax List.

$80.00 Real Property

$498.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

McNeely, Ezeikiel. 1843 Tax List.

$550.00 Real Property

$405.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $250.00

 

Meredith, Isaac. 1843 Tax List.

$1,350.00 Real Property

$2,415.00 Personal Property

Five slaves valued at $1,400.00

 

 

Meredith, Isaac. Estate 295.

Appraisal list June 6, 1845

One woman and child Brenda $350.00

One woman Sarah $350.00

One man George $550.00

One boy Bill $400.00

One boy Sam $300.00

One girl Patsy $300.00

One boy Austin $200.00

One girl Jane $200.00

One girl Emily $200.00

One boy Harmon $100.00

Total..........................................$2,950.00

 

Hire of slaves in 1848 $232.00

Hire of slaves in 1849 $348.00

 

Miles, Charles. 1843 Tax List.

$320.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Miles, Charles. Will 48. August 28, 1840.

       I give devise and bequeath to my beloved brother Francis Miles my Negro man Bill, and to his heirs and Assignees forever.

 

Montford, Henry. 1843 Tax List.

$1,000.00 Real Property

$600.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $400.00

 

Moore, Christina and Martin’s. 1843 Tax List.

$200.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $200.00

 

Moore, Lewis W. 1843 Tax List.

$700.00 Real Property

$344.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $275.00

 

Moore, Eulila/Wilma. 1843 Tax List.

$250.00 Real Property

$247.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $200.00

 

Mossey, Joseph A. 1843 Tax List.

$200.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $200.00

 

Nance, Drewry. 1843 Tax List.

$800.00 Real Property

$1,930.00 Personal Property

Six slaves valued at $1,800.00

 

Nance, Susan. 1843 Tax List.

$1,114.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $750.00

 

Noell, John W. 1843 Tax List.

Perryville lot number 8

$400.00 Real Property

          $575.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $500.00

 

Noell, Sarah. 1843 Tax List.

$450.00 Real Property

$398.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $350.00

 

Noell, Sarah A. Estate 345.

Appr. September 19,. 1846

One Negro man Wilson about forty-one years old $375.00

Total personal property appr. $615.82 ½

Sold to Emeline Abernathy

Private sale $375.00

 

O’Shea, John. 1843 Tax List.

$150.00 Real Property

$329.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $275.00

 

Parks, Joseph. 1843 Tax List.

$350.00 Real Property

$482.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $400.00

 

Parks, Joseph. 1843 Tax List.

One Negro boy eighteen years of age $375.00 December 25, 1845

Sold for $455.00 January 1, 1847

Rent of real estate $31.75

 

 

Patterson, William. 1843 Tax List.

$1,350.00 Real Property

$1,868.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $700.00

 

Patterson, William. Estate 296.

May 1, 1845 - November 10, 1851 Petition

One woman Jane $350.00 thirty years old and sold to William Patterson for $500.00

One man Jones $600.00 about thirty and sold to James Patterson for $750.00

One girl Sally Ann $150.00 tweleve years old and sold to James Patterson for $350.00

One boy $150.00

One boy Hiram $100.00 nine years old and sold to William Patterson for $400.00

One girl Margaret $75.00

Eliza four $225.00 sold to William Patterson

Joe two $150.00 sold to James Patterson

John three months $75.00 sold to William Patterson

Total........................................................................................................................$1,425.00

Values February 2, 1852

Total appr. of personal property...................................................$1,854.44

 The slaves were divided between two heirs James Patterson and William Patterson.

February 2, 1852

 

Perrin, Calab. Estate 253.

Died October 15, 1843

Appraisal November 2, 1843

Final settlement June 19, 1847

One Negro woman Rachel and child named Austin $450.00

One Negro girl ten named Mary $250.00

One Negro boy eight named Phoebe $150.00

One Negro girl six named Margaret $100.00

Total.....................................................................$950.00

 

Other personal property appraisal $856.52

 

All to Mary Perrin

Rachel and child $300.00

John $200.00

Phoebe $150.00

Margaret $100.00

Lucy $50.00

Total.......................................$1,000.00

 

Perrine, Caleb H. 1843 Tax List.

$1,300.00 Real Property

$1,588.00 Personal Property

Six slaves valued at $1,200.00

 

Petit, James - Sarah Petit was agent. 1843 Tax List.

$985.00 Personal Property

Four slaves valued at $900.00

 

Petit, James. Estate 252.

Division of Slaves

 

To Sally Petit

                                                Charles                       17                    $525

                                                Peter                           10                    $375

 

 

Petit, Sarah. 1843 Tax List.

$2,125.00 Personal Property

Seven slaves valued at $2,000.00

 

Petit, Sarah. Estate 321.

Boy - Peter

Charles - twenty

Mary - sixteen

Kitty - fifteen

Betsy - tweleve

Sally - ten

George - eight

Caroline - two

 

Petit, Sarah. Will 46, September 20, 1844.

      Also to my son William R. Pettit a Negro boy named Peter and a equal fifth with the rest of my children my Negro woman Matilda I leave free to live with my children under the control of William L. Lavielle. My grandson Robert H. Powell I will and bequeath a good feather bed when he arrives to the age of twenty-one to be given him by my executor William R. Petit.

 

 

Pettit, William R. Estate 287.

March 7, 1845 - August, 1846

One Negro man Jack - $200.00 fifty-eight years old

One Negro man Rubin - $450.00 nineteen years old

One Negro woman Peggy - $350.00 thirty-nine years old and child one month old

One Negro woman Kitty - $400.00 fifteen years old

One Negro boy Peter - $400.00 thirteen years old

One Negro boy David - $200.00 five years old

One Negro girl Elizabeth - $125.00 three years old

One Negro girl Caroline not listed on appraisal three years old, but on petition for sale of slaves

    One gold watch chain and seal $120.00

Total appraisal of personal property.................................................$2,590.50

 

November 9, 1846

Peggy, her child and Jack to George W. Perry $703.00

Reuben nineteen to Issac Hunter of South Carlina $680.00

Peter thirteen and Kitty fifteen to John W. Malony $1,027.00

David five to Isidore Moore $264.00

Elizabeth three to John E. Burgett $130.00

Total........................................................................................$2,804.00

 

 

Phillips, Robert. 1843 Tax List.$300.00 Real Property

$903.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $700.00

 

Piet, John. 1843 Tax List.

$3,535.00 Personal Property

Thirteen slaves valued at $3,200.00

 

Powell, James S. 1843 Tax List.$200.00 Real Property

$555.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $450.00

 

Pratte, Charles. 1843 Tax List.

$365.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $325.00

 

Pratte, Emanuel. 1843 Tax List.

As agent for Celest Pratte one slave $300.00 value

As agent for Augustus Gregoire one slave $300.00

 

Pratte, Joseph. 1843 Tax List.

$3,820.00 Real Property

$344.00 Personal Property

No slaves

As agent for Felix Valle

Sixteen slaves $3,200.00 value

Exempt*

 

Pratte, Peter B. 1843 Tax List.

$1,138.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $1000.00

 

Preston, James. 1843 Tax List.

$300.00 Real Property

$1,220.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $1,000.00

Exempt*

 

Price, Columbus. 1843 Tax List.

 $300.00 Real Property

$415.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Price, Williams. 1843 Tax List.

$550.00 Real Property

$2,043.00 Personal Property

Seven slaves valued at $1,800.00

 

Price, William. Estate 388.

   Appraisement November 4, 1848

       First one woman named Amy $1.00 - sixty-five years old

Second one woman named Violet $250.00 - forty-five years old

Third one woman named Hannah $450.00 - thirty-one years old

Third one man named Andrew $700.00 - thirty years old

First one man named Stewart $650.00 - twenty-three years old

Second one woman named Vira $500.00 - twenty years old

      First one woman named Clara $450.00 - nineteen years old

Second one girl named Fabia $250.00 - six years old

Second one girl named Ann $250.00 - six years old

First one boy named Adolph $200.00 - four years old

 Third one boy named Newton $125.00 - eighteen months old

Total............................................................................................$3,826.00

 

Total value of personal property........................................................$4,970.30

 

Puckett, Alfred H. 1843 Tax List.

$1,470.00 Real Property

$2,095.00 Personal Property

Seven slaves valued at $1,750.00

 

Quick, Julia. 1843 Tax List.

$550.00 Real Property

$448.00 Personal Property

 

Rhudesail, Henry. Estate 313.

Appraisal November 14, 1845

One Negro man Benjamin $5.00

One Negro woman Hannor $200.00

One Negro man Sam $500.00

Total.................................................$705.00

 

Total personal property $797.30

Hire of slaves for year $93.00

 

Rhudisail, Jacob. Estate 314.

Appraisal November 14, 1845

One Negro Mulatto $450.00

Sold to Reuben Shelby for $400.00

Total of personal property $864.75

 

Rice, Francis. 1843 Tax List.

$750.00 Real Property

$1,870.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $200.00

 

Rice, James. 1843 Tax List.

$1,140.00 Real Property

$946.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $700.00

Tax list 1828 and 1834 - no slaves

 

Rice, James. Estate 383.

Letters granted July 6, 1848

One Negro man Henry about twenty-eight $600.00

One Negro man Jackson about twenty $500.00

One Negro girl Francis about sixteen $400.00

 

Total value of personal property $2,723.30

 

Sixty-eight volumes in books

Furniture described

 

In inventory August 1, 1843

Cash on hand

Gold $2,600.32

Silver $985.92

Missouri paper $100.00

Perry County current $100.00

 

Rice, Laurence. Estate 406. December 29, 1849

Had eleven 2/10 of 1/11 of the slaves belonging to James Rice

This from petition to sell slaves for debts.

His interest was:

Henry - thirty-five

Jack - twenty-five

Frances a woman nineteen and her two children Nenus and Rosanna

These were app. August 16, 1853 for $375.00

      

  Riney, Thomas. 1843 Tax List.

$1,050.00 Real Property

$2,195.00 Personal Property

Five slaves valued at $135.00

Exempt*

 

Robinson, John. 1843 Tax List.

$800.00 Real Property

$330.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $100.00

 

Robinson, John. Estate 361.

Appr. May 4, 1847

One Negro woman $10.00

Total value of app. $462.75

Will in estate file-everything to wife - later to three children

Wife Drucella later married Robert Wimsett August 1, 1847

 

Ross, Robert H. 1843 Tax List.

Same for the estate of John Ross

One slave valued at $400.00

 

Rozier, Ferdinand. 1843 Tax List.

One Perryville lot number 69

Part of number 48 and 54

$2,400.00 Real Property

$1,414.00 Personal Property

Four slaves valued at $1,100.00

 

Rudisail, Henry. 1843 Tax List.

  $500.00 Real Property

$7,178.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $950.00

Exempt*

 

Rutledge, George. 1843 Tax List.

$1,000.00 Real Property

$698.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $550.00

 

Rutledge, George. Estate 312.

Appraisal October 28, 1845

May 1, 1848

Tempy thirty $300.00 sold to William A. Bull $325.00

Carlot thirteen $300.00 sold to Sarah A. Rutledge $402.00

Total.............................................................................................$727.00

 

Total personal property appraisal $1,244.86

 

Saint Mary’s Seminary. 1843 Tax List.

Real Property $3,700.00

Personal Property $2,450.00

Eight slaves valued at $2,000.00

 

Schools, Francis. 1843 Tax List.

$578.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $350.00

Exempt*

 

Scudder, John. 1843 Tax List.

$2,600.00 Real Property

$1,288.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $506.00

Exempt*

 

Searcy, William (Estate). 1843 Tax List.

$500.00 Real Property

$3,525.00 Personal Property

Thirteen slaves valued at $3,760.00

 

Seibert, Henry. 1843 Tax List.

$750.00 Real Property

   $1,297.00 Personal Property

Four slaves valued at $800.00

 

Shaner, Jacob. 1843 Tax List.

$650.00 Real Property

$1,595.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $350.00

 

Shelby, Reuben. 1843 Tax List.

$1,225.00 Real Property

$680.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $500.00

 

Shephard, Delivan. 1843 Tax List.

$420.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Shoults, Joseph. 1843 Tax List.

$250.00 Real Property

$590.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $500.00

 

Shuford, John. 1843 Tax List.

$590.00 Personal Property

Three slaves valued at $530.00

 

Slaughter, Isabella. 1843 Tax List.

$1,254.00 Personal Property

Five slaves valued at $1,000.00

 

Slaughter, Robert P. 1843 Tax List.

Three Wittenberg lots numbers 41, 42, and 46

 

$7,00.00 Real Property

$526.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Swan, Charles Sr. 1843 Tax List.

$750.00 Real Property

$515.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $350.00

 

Taylor, George. 1843 Tax List.

$350.00 Real Property

$700.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $600.00

 

Taylor, George W. Will 57.

Written October 14, 1847 - October 16, 1847

- To Hannibal H. Taylor

My real estate - Negro girl Sarah

 

Taylor, George W. Estate 373.

Negro girl Sarah - eleven years old $325.00

Total value app. $406.52

 

Taylor, Hannibal. 1843 Tax List.

$300.00 Real Estate 100 acres

Survey 2144, Township 37, Range 10

One horse or mule $35.00

Two neat cattle $14.00

 

Taylor, James (Estate). 1843 Tax List.

$650.00 Real Property

$250.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $250.00

 

Tucker, James. 1843 Tax List.

$360.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $200.00

 

Tucker, Peter Sr. 1843 Tax List.

$225.00 Real Property

$425.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $350.00

Exempt*

 

Valle, Felix. 1843 Tax List.

Under Joseph Pratte as agent

Sixteen slaves with a value of $3,200.00

 

Venable, Charles. 1843 Tax List.

$2,660.00 Real Property

$4,101.00 Personal Property

Fifteen slaves valued at $3,500.00

Exempt

 

   Venable, Charles. Estate 270.

August 2, 1844

Inventory and appraisal

 

Henry twenty-one years old $500.00

Lancaster eighteen years old $450.00

Samson eighteen years old $400.00

Anderson fifteen years old $350.00

Richmond fourteen years old $300.00

Armstead fourteen years old $300.00

Augustine ten years old $300.00

 Julia fourteen years old $400.00

James sixty years old $50.00

Jane six years old $250.00

Harriet twenty-five years old $400.00

Mary six years old $250.00

Milly five years old $200.00

Charles three years old $150.00

Matilda four months old $75.00

William five years old $225.00

Esther fifty years old deceased

Total...........................................................$4,600.00

Total value of personal property............................$5,501.62

Will 54

       Slaves willed to his wife during her lifetime - not to be divided or disposed of during her lifetime.

 

Venable, Charles. Will 54.

Written June 26, 1844 Ne. April 13, 1846

       Wife to have use and benefit of as many of my slaves as she may want and that there shall be no division or disposition of them under any pretext during her natural life time.

 

Venable, Elizabeth. Estate 310.

Will in Estate

       “It is my will the woman Jane belonging to the Estate of Charles Venable deceased be set free by heirs of said deceased if they will not consent to do so it is my wish and desire that she be appraised and paid for by my son John Venable out of my estate and set free....”

 

Personal property appr............................................$640.14

Jane not included

 

Venable, John. 1843 Tax List.

$630.00 Real Property

$675.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $575.00

 

Venable, John. Will 65.

Written November 26, 1850 - Recorded January 4, 1851

       ....to my dearly beloved wife Sarah G. Venable all my land not otherwise enumerated or appropriated all my slaves of every description......the same not to be disposed of or sold under any consideration or for any debts contracted after my death

         .....she may divide with children

       ......wife to have absolute control

      It is my will that of any of my slaves become unruly or unmanageable that they be sold and the money loaned out on interest and the principal kept at interest and the interest to go to my wife for her trouble in the same.

 

Waters, David. 1843 Tax List.

$2,315.00 Personal Property

Seven slaves valued at $2,000.00

 

Appraisal April 26, 1845 - Sale April 26, 1846

One woman Betsy and child $400.00 and sold to H. Caho for $427.00

One man Peter $550.00 and sold to R. L. Clark $560.00

One girl Charity $300.00 and sold to A. J. Holloman for $450.00

             One girl Francis $200.00 and sold to J. Rice for $380.00

One girl Mary $125.00 and sold to L. Fath for $208.00

One girl Sarah $100.00 and sold to H. Caho for $177.00

One girl Missy $7.00

One man Abram about twenty years old $500.00 “On second appraisal”

 

William Cox $61.00

John Logan $11.00

E. Mathew $6.00

 

Total from sale of slaves was $2,202.00

Total appraisal of personal property $2,070.76

 

Mary Ann Waters claimed slave sold in private sale to Robert C. Waters for $500.00

 

Waters, Joab (Estate). 1843 Tax List.

$5,300.00 Real Property

$3,363.00 Personal Property

Twelve slaves valued at $300.00

 

Waters, Joab. 1843 Tax List.

With will annexed (no will in estate)

Real estate

640 acres Survey 1871

430 acres Survey 448

100 arpens Survey 860

170 acres Survey 2099

340.5 acres/400 arpens

Total......................1,680.5 acres

 

Hire of slaves 1853 $359.50

Hire of slaves 1854 in estate not listed

 

Watts, William T. 1843 Tax List.

$175.00 Real Property

$274.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $200.00

 

Same for Clifton heirs in general

One slave valued at $50.00

 

Welker, George A. 1843 Tax List.

$450.00 Real Property

$1,387.00 Personal Property

Four slaves valued at $1,200.00

 

Wilkinson, Mrs. E. 1843 Tax List.

$4,350.00 Personal Property

Seventeen slaves valued at $4,250.00

 

Wilkinson, Emily. Estate 395.

Division of slaves not specially willed - report February term 1850

to Felix Wilkinson and Thomas Wilkinson

 

A man Jim and girl Julia $800.00

To Walter B. Wilkinson and wife Emilie -Charles $525.00

To Harriet Wilkinson girl Altennine about eleven years old $350.00

   To May wife of John E. Darby woman - Catherine thirty-one and Elinor - forty-nine

To Francis H. Wilkinson - Louise a girl about nine years old and Catherine about three years old $400.00

To Benjamin and Joseph Wilkinson on common Valentine fifity-two and Theresa with infant child $800.00

Total...............................................................................................................$3,275.00

 

Wilkinson, W. B. 1843 Tax List.

Two Perryville lots

 

$500.00 Real Property

$550.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $450.00

 

Wilson, Jacob F. 1843 Tax List.

$200.00 Real Property

$373.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

Wilson, Robert. 1843 Tax List

$400.00 Real Property

$1,233.00 Personal Property

Four slaves valued at $1,100.00

 

Wimsatt, Robert. 1843 Tax List.

$150.00 Real Property

$704.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $600.00

 

Young, Sarah. 1843 Tax List.

$490.00 Personal Property

Two slaves valued at $400.00

 

Young, Sylvester. 1843 Tax List.

$400.00 Real Property

$630.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $400.00

 

Ziegler, Francis J. 1843 Tax List.

$400.00 Real Property

$364.00 Personal Property

One slave valued at $300.00

 

                   

                                                                                 

*exempt meant that the person was overage and did not have to pay the poll tax

     

          


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