Trenor-1804 Part 2

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No Names Sex Residence Occupation
45 SallyMilly Newman Female Carvins Cove 6 Year old
46 Peggy     “     “ 4
47 Rachel     “     “ 2 1/4
48 James Jr[1] Male     “ 3 months
49 James Newman[2]     “ Carvins Creek 8 Years fatherless
50 Tommy     “     “ 7
51 Betsy Female     “ 6
52 Hillary Male     “ 5
53 Samuel     “     “ 4
54 Sophy Female     “ 2 1/2

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Date:             1804.

Subject:        One of Botetourt County’s Free Black Registries from 1804.

Author:        James Trenor

Keywords:   Free Black Registry, Free Blacks, 1804, Newman

Summary:    One of Botetourt County’s Free Black Registries written by James Trenor in 1804. This document lists an individual’s name, sex, place of residence, occupation or age, and number within the registry.

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[1]Jran abbreviation for Junior.

[2]James Newman: only found record is in the 1799 Botetourt County Personal Property Tax List, where he is noted as living in the Upper District. Newman was recorded as having 1 tithe and 1 horse. Beginning in 1800 Newman is noted as still having 1 tithe but now with 2 horses, the final record listing Newman is in 1822 and notes him as having 13 horses. http://freeafricanamericans.com/botetax.htm.

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