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1848 Tax List - District 1

Submitted by Jacque Otts. Used by permission. ©2001

ACKER, Christopher C. - 1 poll. (p. 9)

ACKER, James - 1 poll. (p. 9)

ACKER, William - Sec. 10 T. 21 R. 6. Value $300. 1 poll. (p. 10)

ALLBRIGHT, Oring - 1 poll. (p. 9)

ALLEN, Drury - Secs. 23, 32 T. 21 R. 6, secs. 5, 6 T. 22 R. 6. Two slaves under 10 (Jack and Ann), 2 between 10-20 (Sarah, Harriet). 1 poll. 1 carriage $29.00

ALLEN, Ephraim - 1 poll. (p. 10)

ALLEN, Lee - 1 poll, 1 clock (p.8)

ALLEN, William W. - 1 poll. (p. 9)

ALLEN, Willis - 1 poll. (p. 9)

AMBROSE, Gustan - 1 poll. Money on hand $37.50 (p.8)

ANDERSON, Gilbert C. - Sec. 29 T. 21 R. 6. Value $200. 1 clock. (p. 10)

ARENDALL [no other name or initial] - Sec. 15, 16 T. 22 R. 8. Value $125 (p. 12)

AVERY, Alexander - Secs. 17, 20, 21, 29 T. 23 R. 8. Value $1,280. Six slaves under 10 (Nancy, Taney, Harriett, Francis, Laberry, Nanday), 6 between 20 and 30 (Harriett, Nance, Ninny, Ann, George, Austin), 1 between 30-40 (Tob), 1 between 40 and 50 (Jerry). 1 poll. 1 clock. Money at legal interest $150. Cattle over 20 head, 30. (p. 11)

AVERY, Arthur - Secs. 27, 34, 35 T. 23 R. 8. Value $1,380. Four slaves under 10 (Joe, Solaman, Zury, Austin), 5 between 10 and 20 (Calap, Silvy, George, Honner, Lizy), 4 between 20 and 30 (Dave, Elsy, Nelson, Moses), 1 between 30 and 40 (Clay), 1 between 40 and 50 (Lydia). 1 poll. Money loaned at legal interest $2433. Cattle over 20 head, 10. (p. 11)

AVERY, Henry - Secs. 21, 22, 23, 27 T. 23 R. 8. Value $1,600. Five slaves under 10 (Manurvy, Jim, Amaritter, Sarah, Nancy), 3 between 10 and 20 (Paul, Isaac Pells? Milly), 7 between 20 and 30 (Sam, Randall, Hecttor, Taney, Mary, Rhoda, Dinah), 1 between 30 and 40 (Shadrick), 1 between 40 and 50 (Susan). 1 poll. 1 clock. Money on hand $56.85. Money at legal interest $3,205.70. Cattle over 20 head, 30. (p. 12)

AVERY, Henry Jr. - 1 poll. (p. 9)

AVERY, Thomas - Sec. 23 T. 23 R. 8. (p. 10)

AVERY, Thomas - Secs. 24 , 25, 26, 34 T. 23 R. 8. Value $1600. Six slaves under 10 (Beck, Lewis, -?-ellet, Dave, Schooler, Mary), 1 between 10-20 (Hanah), 1 between 20-30 (Harry), 3 between 30-40 (Jeff, Emeline, Nance). Money on hand $1.22. At legal interest $58.93.50 [sic]. Cattle over 20 head, 10. (p.8)

BAILEY, James - Sec. 33 T. 23 R. 8. Value $80. 1 poll. (p. 15)

BAILEY, Levy G. - Sec. 33 T. 23 R. 8. Value $150. Money at legal interest $30. 1 poll. (p. 16)

BALLINGER, Thomas – 1 poll. (p. 113)

BANKS, Marian - Secs. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, T. 22 R. 6; sec. 11 T. 22 R. 7. Value $6,000. Thirteen slaves under 10 (Denis, Marsella, Richmand, Eliza, Peyton, Nancy, Parcin, Marshall, Pleasant, Webster, Drucy, Willis, Sam), 14 between 10 and 20 (George, Manda, Seborn, Emily, Harry, Tom, Henry, Tilda, Catherine, Tempy, Sidney, Larkin, Caroline, William), 9 between 20-30 (Pshave, Levi, Henry, Caroline, Waller, Bush, Wiley, Ann, Bet), 2 between 30 and 40 (Edmon, Oliver [Blacksmith value $600]), 4 between 40 and 50 (Jesse, Reuben, Larkin, Rachael), 1 between 50 and 60 (Izzy). Cattle over 20 head, 40. Saddle horse $75. One pack of cards. (p. 17)

BARNES, Jordan - Sec. 2 T. 22 R. 8, sec. 36 T. 23 R. 8. 1 poll (p. 12)

BARNES, Sarah – Sec. 2 T. 22 R. 8; sec. 18 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $250. 1 clock. (p. 113)

BARNETT, Thomas - 1 poll. (p. 13)

BARRINGTON, Charles A. - 1 poll. (p. 16)

BARWICK, Redden - One slave under 10 (Caroline), 3 between 10 and 20 (Russell, Arch, Lewsy). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 13)

BARY, Thomas - 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 18)

BATTLE, B. Caswell - 1 poll. One slave between 10 and 20. (p. 14)

BLACK, Daniel - 1 poll. Money at legal interest $17.85. (p. 15)

BLACK, Ephraim W. - Secs. 1, 2, 22 T. 22 R. 6 W, sec. 1 T. 23 R. 6, sec. 35, 36 T. 20 R. 5, sec. 3 T. 21 R. 5. Value $620. 1 poll. Mills $100. (p. 14)

BLAKE, Archer - Secs. 19, 28, 29 T. 24 R. 10. Value $800. One slave between 10 and 20 (Tom). 1 clock. (p. 15)

BLAKE, Archer H. - 1 poll. (p. 17)

BLAKE, John - Sec. 20 T. 24 R. 10. Land value $75. 1 poll (p. 13)

BLAKE, Richard - Sec. 19 T. 24 R. 10. Land value $350. 1 poll. (p. 18)

BOYD, John - 1 poll. (p. 13)

BRACKNELL, John - 1 poll. (p. 18)

BREWER, Richard - 1 poll. (p. 16)

BREWER, Samuel - 1 poll. (p. 16)

BREWER, Silas - 1 poll for year 1847. 1 poll for year 1848. (p. 12)

BROOKS, Silas - 1 poll. (p. 14)

BROWN, Henry - Sec. 7 T. 23 R. 7. Value $35. 1 poll. (p. 15)

BROWN, John M. - 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848. (p. 16)

BROWN, Morgan L. - 1 poll. (p. 18)

BROWN, Simeon C. - Sec. 4 T. 23 R. 7. Value $100. Tax for 1846 - 25 cents. Tax for 1847 - 25 cents. 1 poll. (p. 14)

BROWN, Wiley - 1 poll 1847. 1 poll 1848. (p. 13)

BUNN, Redman - Sec. 19 T. 22 R. __. Value $250. 1 poll. (p. 13)

BURNES, William - Sec. 7 T. 23 R. 7, secs. 3, 4 T. 24 R. 8. Value $558

CADDELL, James – Sec. 34 T. 24 R. 8; secs. 14, 16, 17 T. 23, R. 8. Value $800. Two slaves under 10 (Green, Adam), 2 between 20 and 30 (York, Lize), 1 between 30 and 40 (Jane). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 24)

CADLE, John – 1 poll. 2 clocks. (p. 113)

CALAHAN, Elias – Secs. 3, 4, T. 24, R. 8. Value $350. 1 poll. (p. 28)

CALFEE, Benjamin - Sec. 34 T. 21 R. 6 W. Value $800. Three slaves under 10 (George, Wiley, Francis), 1 between 10 and 20 (Christopher), 3 between 20 and 30 (William, Mariah, Margarett). 1 clock. (p. 21)

CALFEE, John M. – 1 poll. (p. 25)

CALFEE, Richmond – Secs. 4, 5, 33, 34 T. 21, R. 6 W. Value $1,500. One slave between 10 and 20 (Martha), 2 between 20 and 30 (Lenoir, Ezekiel). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 27)

CALFEE, Richmond (Guardian of Benjamin
CALFEE) – Money at legal interest $_?_. (p. 26)

CALFEE, William – Sec. 34 T. 21 R. 6, sec. 3 T. 22, R. 6. Value $618. (p. 23)

CALHAUN, H.D. - Secs. 21, 22, 28 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $1,500. Four slaves under 10 (Marth, Ben, Ness, Mary), 2 between 10 and 20 (Joe, Charles), 2 between 30 and 40 (Silvy, Hetty), 1 between 40 and 50 (Peter), 1 between 50 and 60 (Sandy). 1 poll. 1 clock. 1 carriage $75. 1 watch. (p. 20)

CALHAUN, H.D. (Guardian of Manervy WOODRUFF) - secs. 28, 29, 33 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $550. (p. 20)

CALHOUN, H.D. (Guardian of Samuel WOODRUFF) - sec. 21 T. 23 R. 9. Value $300 (p. 20)

CAMMACK, Lewis – Secs. 6, 7, 8, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, 30, T. 22, R. 9; sec. 7, 22 T. 22 R. 8. 13 slaves under 10 (Bet, Charles, Joe, Josh, Mariah, Vina, Henry, Net, Eliot, Steve, Ned, Lum, Amanda), 2 between 10 and 20 (Ned, Levina), 2 between 20 and 30 (Edmond, Sucke), 5 between 30 and 40 (Frank, Sarah, Rile, Sabe, Jule). 1 poll. Carriage worth $30. (p. 28-29)

CAMP, James – Secs. 27, 34 T. 24, R. 9. Value $1200. Forge worth $300. Two slaves between 20 and 30 (Joe, Rosana). 1 clock (p. 28)

CANTERBERRY, Nicholas – sec. 25 T. 22 R. 7 W. Value $300. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 26)

CANTERBERRY, Zachariah – 1 poll. (p. 113)

CANTERBERRY, Zachariah C. – 1 poll (p. 25)

CANWELL, A.R.P. – Sec. 18 T. 23 R. 10. Value $150. Three slaves under 10 (Allen, Pampey, George), 1 between 10 and 20 (Charles), 1 between 20 and 30 (Sophia). 1 poll. 1 clock. Money at legal interest $50. (p. 26)

CASEY, John – 1 poll. (p. 24)

CAUDLE, Stephen per Jno HUBBARD – sec. 30, T. 24, R. 8. Signed Stephen CAUDEL per John HUBBARD, agent. (p. 27)

CHAMPION, Henry – 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848. (p. 24)

CHAMPION, James – Sec. 16, T. 24, R. l 8. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 25)

CLARK, William – 1 poll. (p. 23)

CLARKE, Alexander – Secs. 21, 24, 25, 26 T. 23, R. 8; sec. 19, T. 23, R. 9; secs. 18, 19, 20, 28, 29 T. 22, R. 9. Value $3500. Four slaves under 10 (Vicey, Abner, Simion, unnamed), 7 between 10 and 20 (Maryann, Caroline, Lewis, Wiley, Green, Daniel, Jane), 5 between 20 and 30 (Jack, Will, Pheby, Permulia, Prince), 2 between 40 and 50 (Simon, Dinah), 1 between 50 and 60 (Sucke). 1 poll. Cattle 50 head Affidavit signed by James CLARK. (p. 29 -30)

CLARKE, James – 1 clock. Money on hand $5.00. (p. 22)

CLEMENTS, Benjamin F. – 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848. (p. 23)

COBB, Peter M. – Sec. 20, 29 T. 22 R. 7. Value $300. One slave between 20 and 30 (Ben). 1 clock. (p. 26)

COKER, James J. – 1 poll. (p. 24)

COLBURN, Henry – Sec. __ T. 22 R. 7. Land value $150. 1 clock. (p. 23)

COLBURN, William - 1 poll. (No affidavit) (p. 21)

CORLEY, Green B. - Sec. 5 T. 23 R. 7. Value $300. For year 1847, 4th class 80 acres. 1 poll. For 1848, 1 poll. (p.19)

COX, Allen M. - 1 poll 1847. 1 poll 1848. (p. 14)

COX, John R. – 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848. (p. 21)

CREEL, Franklin – 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848. (p. 25)

CREEL, Isaac - 1 poll for (name is unreadable). (p.19)

CREEL, Jackson - Sec. 3 T. 23 R. 8. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p.19)

CREEL, Jasper – 1 poll. (p. 22)

CREEL, Joshua – 1 poll. (p. 25)

CREEL, William – 1 poll. 1 clock (p. 21)

CROUT, John – 1 slave under 10 (Viney), 1 between 10 and 20 (Frank). 1 poll. (p. 21)

CROUT, Samuel – Sec. 6 T. 22 R. 8, sec. 1 T. 22 R. 7. Four slaves under 10 (Randall, Lius, Mariah, Lizer), 2 between 10 and 20 (Bill, Rebecca), 2 between 20 and 30 (Henry, Martha). 1 clock. Cattle over 20 head, 35. (p. 22)

CURRY, Samuel H. – Sec. 11, T. 21, R. 6. Value $300. 1 poll. 1 clock. Money on hand $100. (p. 22)

CUTTS, Henry – 1 poll. (No affidavit) (p. 21)

CUTTS, James – Secs. 5, 10, 14, 15, T. 23, R. 8. Value $960. Nine slaves under 10 (Jack, Dick, Ann, Tilda, Dave, Peter, Guss, Minerva, Best), 3 between 10 and 20 (John, Jacob, Maria), 2 between 20 and 30 (Emeline, Sally), 3 between 30 and 40 (John, Jacob, Easter). 1 poll. Money at legal interest $200. (p. 27)

DAILY, James W – 1 poll. (p. 31)

DANIEL, William B. – 1 poll. (p. 30)

DAVIDSON, Samuel W. – Various sections or fractions in T. 22, R. 9 E; T. 22, R. 10 E., T. 23, R. 9 E. Value $12,000. Forty-two slaves under 10 (Monroe, _?_, Buds-?-, G_?_, Jerry, Vicy, Mary, Nelley, Amy, Beckey, John, Elen, Trucey, Soloman, Eliza, Narcissa, Emma, Simon, Jiny?, _?_terry, George, Nelley, Edward, Prith Dily, Hend_?_, Palfrey, Ammy, Lucy, Amanda, Amelia, Cornelius, Pinkey, Cinda, Lucy, Madifor, Rolly, David, Marshall, Nelly, Nulfor, Eligah), 17 between 10 and 20 (Nancy, Wesley, Julia, Bob, Alfred, Anderson, Richard, Jane, Hariet, Mittor, Caroline, Peter, Charles, Levi, Washington, Amanda, Elias), 12 between 20 and 30 (Hariah, Henry, Alfred, Amzai, Imfirm, Linda, Imfrime, Jacob, Imform, Emmey Sucky, Mary, Tom, M_?_), 10 between 30 and 40 (Isaac, Eluke, Meatilda, Mary, Lewis, Nancy, Lumnum, Stephen, Fany, Thom, Luce), 8 between 40 and 50 (Joe, Ephraim, Nelley, Charlott, Cangy, Hester, Chany, Rinah), 2 over 50 (Charles, Fred). Cattle over 20 head, 120. 1 clock. Furniture, $400 worth. (p. 33-34)

DAVIS, James – Sec. 7 T. 22 R. 7. Value $150. (p. 30)

DEASON, Wiley – 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 30)

DOBBINS, Manuel – Sec. 6 T. 22 R. 9. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 30)

DODSON, Elisha S., Agent – Sec. 30 T. 24 R. 8. Value $150. Sealy COALZ or COOLY. One Negro slave. (p. 32)

DONOLD/DANALD?, A. – 1 poll. One slave between 10 and 20 (Anny). Fixed salaries $250. (p. 31)

DOVER, John – Sec. 11 T. 24 R. 8. Value $400. 1 poll. (p. 31)

DRAWHAN, Thomas – Sec. 26 T. 24 R. 8. Value $300. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 31)

DUFF, John H. – Four slaves under 10 (Joshua, Patsey, Martha, Matt), 1 between 10 and 20 (Julian), 3 between 20 and 30 (Jane, Charles, Amanda). 1 saddle horse worth $100. 1 goldwatch. 1 poll. (p. 31)

DUFF, Walter C. – secs. 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 16, 17, 21, 29 T. 22, R. 9; secs. 8, 16, 17, 18 T. 22, R. 8 Value $6400. Fourteen slaves under 10 (Stephen, Isaac, Wesley, Joe, Marshall, Henry, Sucke, Gracey, Noah, Caroline, Charity, Moses, Sandy, Polly), 6 between 10 and 20 (Simon, William, Auston, Edmond, Mary, Sarsy), 4 between 20 and 30 (Jim, Harkelus, Vilet, Sarah), 2 between 30 and 40 (Duce, Jenny), 2 between 40 and 50 (Charity, Rinner). 1 clock. 1 pleasure carriage $200. Cattle over 20, 150. (p. 32-33)

ELERD, David – 1 poll. (p. 34)

ELLAM, Hiram – Sec. 2 T. 22 R. 8. Value $500. 1 poll. (p. 34)

ELLAM, John – Sec. 13 T. 24 R. 8. (p. 34)

FAIR, Mary K. – Sec. 31 T. 24 R. 9 E., sec. 36 T. 24. R. 8. (p. 37)

FELPS, John – sec. 29 T. 24 R. 8. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 35)

FICKS, Michael – Sec. 7 T. 22 R. 8. Value $400. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 38)

FIELDS, Wiley H. – Secs. 8, 9, T. 24 R. 9. Value $500. 1 poll. (p. 37)

FIKES, George – 1 poll. (p. 35)

FIKES, George – Sec. 1 T. 22 R. 7. Value $250. One slave between 20 and 30 (Ben). 1 clock. Money at legal interest $39. (p. 39)

FIKES, Jesse – 1 poll. 1 clock. Cattle over 20 head, 4. (p. 38)

FIKES, Manuel – Sec. 13 T. 22 R. 7. Value $100. 1 poll. 1 watch. (p. 39)

FIKES, Martin – Sec. 1 T. 22 R. 7. Value $300. Four slaves under 10 (Arter, Jane, Ishmun, Frank), 2 between 20 and 30 (Sam, Mary). 1 poll. 1 clock. Cattle over 20 head, 9. (p. 35)

FIKES, William H. – Sec. 13 T. 22 R. 7. Value $150. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 37)

FOLEY, William E. – 1 poll. (p. 39)

FONDREN, James – Secs. 25, 26, T. 22 R. 8. Value $450. 1 poll. (p. 36)

FORLEE, George – 1 poll. (p. 35)

FOSSET, Thomas B. – 1 poll. 1 watch. (p. 38)

FRIDAY, Lemuel D. – 1 poll. 1 watch. (p. 37)

FRIDAY, Samuel – Secs. 16, 21 T. 24 R. 9 E. Value $1,000. 1 poll. (p. 36)

FULGHAM, John – Sec. 6 T. 23, R. 9. Value $300. (p. 38)

FULGHAM, John R. – Sec. 5 T. 23 R. 9, sec. 2 T. 23 R. 8. Value $475. 1 poll. (p. 37)

FULGHAM, Mathew – 1 poll. Money at legal interest $50. (p. 39)

FULGHAM, Michael – Secs. 2, 7, T. 23 R. 9. Value $500. 1 poll. Money at legal interest $110. (p. 36)

GARNER, Jackson – 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848. (p. 42)

GEORGE, Nathaniel N. R. – 1 poll. (p. 40)

GLASS, Ebenezer R. – Sec. 29 T. 24 R. 10. Value $500. One slave between 10 and 20 (Lawas). 1 poll. 1 clock. Money at legal interest $50. (p. 41)

GOODSON, John A. – Secs. 7, 8, 16, 17 T. 22 R. 6. Value $1,600. Four slaves under 10 (Laeces, Emsiah, Sam, Henry), 2 between 10 and 20 (Manuel, Miraham), 1 between 20 and 30 (Peniah), 3 between 30 and 40 (Felix, Bobb, Shorteath). 1 clock. Money on hand $20. Cattle over 20 head, 5. (p. 41)

GOODSON, John C. – 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 42)

GOODSON, William F. – 1 poll. (p. 40)

GOODWIN, William – 1 poll. (No affidavit.) (p. 40)

GRAVES, Isaac – 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848. (p. 43)

GREATHOUSE, William – Sec. 27, 28, 33, T. 24, R. 8. Value $300. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 40)

GREEN, James H. – Secs. 22, 23, 27 T. 21 R. 6. Value $3,000. Ten slaves under 10 (Sam, Alfred, Abraham, Peter, Rufus, Franklin, Jobe, Suky, Jenny, Minery), 9 between 10 and 20 (Ephram, Lize, Bob, Mose, Luse, Riny, Lyzy, Milia, Nancy), 4 between 20 and 30 (Edenboro, Shadrick, Mary, Seney), 2 between 30 and 40 (Miney, Dolly), 1 between 40 and 50 (Viney). 1 poll. 1 clock. Money on hand $125. 1 carriage $75. Cattle over 20 head, 20. (p. 42)

GRIFFIN, Clement – 1 poll. (p. 40)

GRIFFIN, Daniel – Secs. 22, 27 T. 22 R. 7. Value $200. 1 clock. Money at legal interest $200. 1 watch. (p. 41)

GRIFFIN, James – 1 poll. (p. 113)

HADNAT, Henry W. – One slave under 10 (Emeline), 2 between 10 and 20 (Josh, Aaron), 1 between 20 and 30 (Winny). 1 poll. (p. 44)

HADNAT, Jefferson H. – 1 poll. (p. 44)

HAGAN/HOGAN, Archabald – Secs. 30, 31, 32 T. 21 R. 6. Value $1,200. Two slaves under 10 (George, Filles), 2 between 10 and 20 (Martha, Jane), 1 between 20 and 30 (Carety). 1 poll. 1 clock. Cattle over 20 head, 3. (p. 53)

HAGLER, Isaac H. – 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848.

HALL, Josiah B. – Sec. 3 T. 23 R. 8 E. Value $125. 1 poll. (p. 49)

HANBERRY, Henry R. – Physician $5.00. 1 poll (p. 45)

HARGROVE, John – Sec. 5 T. 23 R 7 E. Value $110. (p. 44)

HARKEY, Reuben C. – 1 poll. (Reuben C. HARKEY per William WHITE, Agent) (p. 46)

HARPOLE, Hugh – 1 poll. (p. 45)

HARPOLL, James – 1 poll. (p. 47)

HARRIS, Abel K. – Secs. 19, 20, 26, 34, 35, 36 T. 23 R. 8. Value $1,800. Seventeen slaves under 10 (Jack, Joe, Dilley, Philip, Pelina, Emeline, La?, Abby, Lin, George, Mary, Easther, Caroline, Charles, Hanah, Amanda, Bart), 6 between 10 and 20 (Ben, Ed, Mathew, Hollen, Beck, Brown), 9 between 20 and 30 (Aston, Zach, John, Shep, Moses, Caroline, Adaline, Charity, Liza), 3 between 30 and 40 (Jubuter, Lorenza, Diner), 2 between 40 and 50 (Ephraim, Lydia). 1 poll. 1 clock. Cattle over 20 head, 30. (p. 52)

HATHCOCK, John F. – 1 poll. (p. 49)

HAYS, John S. – 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 47)

HAYS, William S. – Secs. 15, 21 T. 21 R. 6. Value $650. 1 poll. (p. 43)

HAYSTY, James – 1 poll. (p. 43)

HAYTER, A. S. – Secs. 16, 17 T. 22 R. 6. Value $800 1 slave under 10 (Caroline), 4 between 10 and 20 (Leusey, Ilain, Munroe, Johnson), 2 between 20 and 30 (Joe, Anteny), 1 between 30 and 40 (Hannah). 1 poll. 1 clock. 1 watch. Cattle over 20 head, 20. (p. 45-46)

HEFLIN, William C. – Secs. 32, 33 T. 21 R. 5. Value $175. 1 poll. (p. 50-51)

HERRAN, Pendleton – sec. 27 T. 21 R. 6 W. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 48)

HICKS, Daniel N. – Sec. 28 T. 21 R. 6 W. Value $250. 1 slave between 20 and 30 (Pink). 1 poll. (p. 50-51)

HILL, James – Secs. 19, 20, 22, 29, 30 T. 22 R. 6, secs. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 18 T. 24 R. 9; sec. 4 T. 23 R. 9. Value $3,450. Grist mills $500. Saw mills $500. Forge $500. Seven slaves under 10 (Isaiah, Mary, Lewis, Annie, Sarah, Henry, Emiley), 6 between 10 and 20 (Lucy, Wesley, Dinah, Dave, July, Albert), 4 between 20 and 30 (Horace, Flossy, Lige, Eve), 1 between 40 and 50 (Charles). 1 poll. $5 at legal interest. $300 used in shaving. Cattle over 20, 35. (p. 53-54)

HILL, Jane per James HILL, Agent – Sec. 18, 19 T. 22 R. 6. Value $1,000. Three slaves under 10 (Richmond, Francis, Caroline), 2 between 10 and 20 (Hannah, Julia), 1 between 20 and 30 (Dick), 1 between 30 and 40 (Lucy), 1 between 40 and 50 (John). (p. 43)

HILL, Robert – Secs. 2, 3, 10, 11 (part of 11 in Tuscaloosa Co.), 13, 14, 16, 23, 24 T. 22 R. 7 W.; secs. 9, 10 15, 16, 22 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $10,000. Four slaves between 50 and 60 (Sam, May, Violet, Ralph), 2 between 40 and 50 (Lige, Steven), 10 between 30 and 40 (Henry, George, Curtis, York, Amanda, Milley {has fits worth $150}, Waring?, Sarah, Nancy, Lewis), 7 between 20 and 30 (Dan, Nead, Wiley, Martin, Hariett, Matilda, Cordellia), 12 between 10 and 20 (Washington, Marke, Phelin [valueless from disease}, Nathan, Oran, Mariah, Margaret, Hanah, Sandy, Charity, Easther, Mary), 25 under 10 (King, Stough, Manerva, Ann, Brawley, Jackson, Batsey, Faney, Susan, Miles, Delileah, Lousa, Ellen, Charles, Alexander, Rebecca, Frances, Patrick, Jason, Ellen, Amanda, Caroline, Leoind, Larke, George). 1 poll. 1 silver watch. 1 wood clock. Pleasure carriage and horses $100. 1 saddle horse $75. Money loaned at interest $1,443. Money used shaving $30. Cattle over 20 head, 90. Household furniture over $200, $100. Money on hand $50. (p. 50-52)

HINTON, Colman – 1 poll.

HOBLET, Samuel L? – 1 poll. 1 clock. 2 carriages worth $75?. (p. 48)

HOPSON, Jackson – 1 poll. (p. 46)

HOPSON, Joseph – 1 poll. (p. 44)

HOUSTON, Robert – 1 poll. (p. 47)

HOUSTON, Samuel N. – Secs. 10, 15 T. 21 R. 6. Value $650. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 44)

HOWARD, George W. – Secs. 26, 27, 34, 35 T. 23 R. 9 E; secs. 5, 11, 15 T. 23 R. 10 E. Value $2,286. 14 slaves under 10 (Mariah, Tom, Joe, Amy, Adaline, Dennis, Lobe, Dick, Pink, Lite, Ady, Francis, Amos, Amanda), 7 between 10 and 20 (Liusa, George, Buf?, Tom, Able, Minsea, Dill), 1 between 20 and 30 (Chane), 1 between 30 and 40 (Mary), 4 between 40 and 50 (Lum, Josh, Rachel, Chaney). 1 poll. 1 clock. 13 head of cattle. (p. 54)

HUBARD/HUBBARD, John – Sec. 30 T. 24 R. 8. Value $300. 1 poll. (p. 44)

HUBBARD, Hadley – Secs. 21, 28 T. 24 R. 8. Value $120. (p. 46)

HUBBARD, Peter – Sec. 21 T. 24 R. 8, sec. 8 T. 23 R. 8. Value $350. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 50-51)

HUBBARD, William H. – 1 poll. (p. 49)

HULLUM, Albert S. – 1 poll. (p. 47)

HULLUM, Washington – 1 poll. (p. 47)

HULLUM, William Jr. – 1 poll. Money on hand $100. (p. 46)

HULLUM, William Sr. – Secs. 10, 11, 15 T. 21 R. 5. Value $800. Six slaves under 10 (Mariah, Henry, John, Rachel, Joe, Selman), 4 between 10 and 20 (Salina, Sally, Caroline, Mary), 2 between 20 and 30 (Green, George), 1 between 30 and 40 (Harriet). 1 clock. (p. 45)

HUNT, Nancy – sec. 31 T. 22 R. 9; secs. 26, 34 T. 23 R. 9; sec. 36 T. 22 R. 8. Value $1,100. Seven slaves under 10 (Mary, Fanny, Hannah, Rose, Pleasant, George, Harriet), 7 between 10 and 20 (Wesley, Russel, Miles, George, Charles, Sam, Sina), 2 between 30 and 40 (Dent, Betty), 2 between 40 and 50 (Cuff, Nanc), 2 between 50 and 60 (Easter, Paggy). 1 silver watch. (p. 48)

JAMES, Adam – Sec. 15 T __ R. 9 E, sec. 22 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $1,200. Five slaves under 10 (George, Buck, Marth, Jane, Mint), 2 between 20 and 30 (Isabella, Vina). 1 poll. 1 clock. Money on hand $60. At legal interest $170. (p. 55)

JAMES, Alexander H. – Sec. 28 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $500. One slave between 10 and 20 (Cyrena). 1 poll. 1 clock.

JAMES, Claborn M. – 1 poll. Money on hand $100. At legal interest $100. (p. 57)

JAMES, Daniel M. – Sec. 4 T. 22 R. 9 E. Value $600. Two slaves under 10 (Shadrick, Anny), 1 between 40 and 50 (Sebra). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 56)

JAMES, Elington – One slave between 10 and 20 (Matilda). 1 poll. (p. 55)

JAMES, Fredrick – Secs. 28, 33, 34 T. 23 R. 9 E; sec. 4 T. 22 R. 9 E. Value $1,000. Five slaves between 10 and 20 (Caraline, Bobb, Charles, Lum, Amanda), 1 between 20 and 30 (Mary, worth $250 diseased), 1 between 40 and 50 (Russel). 1 clock. (p. 56-57)

JOHNSON, Uriah – 1 poll. (p. 56)

JORDAN, Thomas A. – Secs. 19, 20 T. 24 R. 10. Value $212. 1 poll. (p. 55)

KELLAM, Smith – 1 poll. (p. 58)

KINARD, Jacob – Sec. 3 T. 22 R. 8. Value $200. 1 poll. (p. 57)

KING, Elisha – Secs. 34, 35 T. 22 R. 8. Value $1,590.92 (p. 58)

KIZURE, David – Secs. 16, 22, 27 T. 22 R. 7 W. Value $1,000. One slave between 20 and 30 (Lusinda). 1 poll. 2 clocks. At legal interest $50. 1 watch. (p. 57)

KIZURE, William – Sec. 16 T. 22 R. 7. Value $150. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 58)

KORNEGAY, Sarah – Secs. 7, 18 T. 23 R. 9 E.; secs. 11, 12, 13 T. 23 R. 8 E. Value $2,370. Three slaves under 10 (Jack, Hannah, Sam), 3 between 10 and 20 (Marth, Tom, Charles), 2 between 20 and 30 (Adam, Silve). 1 clock. Cattle over 20 head, 5. (p. 58)

LAMBDEN, Levi –Sec. 23 T. 23 R. 8. Value $400. (p. 62)

LANG, William – 1 poll. (p. 59)

LAWERY, James H. – 1 poll. (p. 59)

LAWERY, Joel – Secs. 20, 29 T. 24, R. 10. Value $1,200. 1 clock. Cattle over 20 head, 3. (p. 59)

LAWERY, John – Sec. 20 T. 24 R. 10. Value $500. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 60)

LAWERY, John Sr. – Sec. 20 T. 24 R. 10. Value $530. 1 clock. (p. 62)

LAWLIS, Larkin B. – Sec. 5 T. 23 R. 7. Value $200. (p. 60)

LEE, Bryant- Secs. 17, 20 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $1,000. Two slaves between 10 and 20 (Jane, Sindey). 1 poll. (p. 62)

LEE, Cullen – Secs. 28, 29 T. 23 R. 9. Value $800. 1 poll. (p. 61)

LEE, Jackson – Secs. 20, 29 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $1,000. One slave between 10 and 20 (Hannah). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 61)

LEE, Samuel Y. - 1 poll. (Refer to letter R for Daniel LEWIS list.) (p. 63)

LIZEMBY, George A. – 1 poll. Money on hand $5. (p. 63)

LOCKHART, Daniel – Sec. 11, T. 23 R. 9. Value $240. One slave under 10 (Mose). 1 poll. (p. 60)

LOCKHART, James – Secs. 3, 10 T. 23 R. 9. Value $800. One slave under 10 (William), 1 between 30 and 40 (Anny). 1 clock. (p. 61)

LOGAN, John H. – Sec. 2 T. 23 R. 9. Value $200. 1 poll. (p. 59)

LOONEY, Hugh – 1 clock. (p. 60)

LOONEY, Thomas R. – Sec. 20 T. 24 R. 9. Value $360. 1 poll. 1 watch. (p. 62)

MAJURE, John G. – Sec. 6 T. 22 R. 9; sec. 31 T. 23 R. 9. Value $300. 1 poll. (p. 68)

MARCHEAL/MARCHEL, Archabald – secs. 12, 18, 19, 26 T. 24 R. 9 E. Value $350. (p. 67)

MARSHALL, George W. – 1 poll. 1 watch. (p. 69)

MASINGA, Allen – 1 poll. (p. 112)

MASON, James – Sec. 24 T. 22 R. 8 W.; secs. 19, 20, 30 T. 22 R. 9 W. Value $3,500. Seven slaves under 10 (Adam, Ellick, Martin, Enoch, Sephus, Charity, Amanda), 5 between 10 and 20 (Aley, Elenor, Sarah, Jesse, Aaron), 6 between 20 and 30 (Ben, Fanklin, Malinda, Pagy, Matt, Jack), 4 between 30 and 40 (Tempee, Ellick, Levi, Sindy). 1 clock. Carriage worth $150. (p. 66)

MAYBERRY, George Sr. – Secs. 18, 19, 20, 29, T. 22 R. 9; sec, 13, T. 22 R. 8. Value $2,310. Three slaves under 10 (Liza, Lizzy, Rhoada), 3 between 10 and 20 (Tishey, White, Emily), 3 between 20 and 30 (Kit, Tom, Amey), 4 between 50 and 60 (Mary, Alley, Harry, Ratinner). (p. 72)

McCALISTER, Thomas – Sec. 26 T. 21 R. 5. Value $100. (p. 69)

McDANIEL, James – 1 poll. (p. 67)

McDONALD, Alexander – 1 poll. (p. 67)

McKEE, John S. – sec. 28 T. 24 R. 9 E. Value $200. 1 poll. (p. 66)

McLEROY, Archabald – 1 poll. (p. 69)

McMURRY, Charles G. – Secs. 2, 15, 28 T. 23 R. 9; secs. 32, 33, 34, 35 T. 24 R. 10. Value $784.85. Grist mill and saw mill worth $161515 [sic]. Three slaves under 10 (Ambros, James, Ellick), 2 between 20 and 30 (Abb, Mariah), 1 between 30 and 40 (King). 2 clocks. (p. 71)

McQUEENE, Malcomb D. – 1 poll. (p. 100)

McQUENE, Malcom – Secs. 6, 7 T. 22 R. 9. Value $400. Money at legal interest $50. (p. 64)

McTYERE, William – Secs. 13, 14, 24 T. 22 R. 8; sec. 32 T. 22 R. 9. Value $1,500. One slave under 10 (Jim), 2 between 10 and 20 (Nelson, Anny), 3 between 20 and 30 (Pect, Ann, Suze). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 69)

MEARS, Thomas P. – 1 poll. (p. 68)

MEDDERS – Two Negroes 1 under 10, 1 over 10. Four slaves under 10 (Jacob, Esaw, Luse, Jerry), 1 slave between 10 and 20 (Lee). (p. 70)

MEDDERS, Allen – 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 67)

MEDDERS, William – 1 poll. (p. 67)

MEGGS, John – Sec. 3 T. 22 R. 8. Value $112. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 66)

MICHAEL, William D. – 1 poll. (p. 65)

MICHALL, Joseph – Secs. 21, 28 T. 23 R. 8. Value $800. 1 poll. 1 clock. Cattle over 20 head, 2. (p. 68)

MILLER, Jesse – Secs. 10, 26, 27 T. 24 R. 8. Value $600. One slave between 30 and 40 (Gill). 1 poll. (p. 64)

MILLER, Jesse – Secs. 15, 22, 23, T. 24 R. 8. Value $1,000. Two slaves under 10 (Dave and Shade), 2 between 10 and 20 (Hanah, Cha_?), 4 between 20 and 30 (George, Bill, Henry, Hanah). 1 poll. (p. 72)

MILLER, Jesse, Guardian for James T. MEDDERS, Martha MEDDERS, Eady MEDDERS, Elizabeth (p. 70)

MILLER, Theophilis – Secs. 10, 15, 22, 27, 34, 35 T. 24 R. 8, secs. 2, 3 T. 23 R. 8. Value $4,000. Six slaves under 10 (Harriet, Newton, Marion, Amanda, Tilmon, Allis), 3 between 10 and 20 (Richmond, Norington, Jasper), 1 between 20 and 30 (Rhoda), 2 between 40 and 50 (Wiley, Charlott). Cattle over 20 head, 5.

MITCHEL, William – 1 poll (p. 63)

MOONEY, Peter – Secs. 29, 32 T. 24 R. 10. Value $500. 1 poll. (p. 68)

MOOR, Cornelious – 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848. (p. 64)

MOOR, Jonathan – Sec. 8 T. 23 R. 8. Value $200. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 64)

MOOR, Pleasant – 1 poll. (p. 65)

MOOR, Thompson – 1 poll. (p. 65)

MORELAND, John W. – sec. 1 T. 22 R. 8. Value $400. Two slaves under 10 (Cresa, Simon). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 63)

MORRIS, Mary – Sec. 2 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $150. (Note: Refer to Letter T for M. D McQUEEN’s list).

MORRIS, Philip – 1 poll. (p. 70)

MOSES, Meridith – Secs. 14, 15, 23, T. 21 R. 6. Value $1,150. Three slaves under 10 (John, Amanda, Mary), 2 between 10 and 20 (Thornton, Brawdy), 1 between 20 and 30 (Retter). 1 poll. 1 clock. 1 silver watch. (p. 70)

MURPHY, James T. – Sec. 34 T. 24 R. 8. Value $400. One slave under 10 (Feby), 1 between 10 and 20 (Charlotte). 1 poll. Money at legal interest $25. (p. 65)

MURPHY, John W. – One slave between 20 and 30 (Emeline). 1 poll. (p. 65)

MURPHY, Oliver – Land value $80. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 63)

NABOURS, Bary – Sec. 4 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $334. 1 poll. (p. 73)

NABOURS, Thomas – 1 poll (p. 73)

NICHOLS, William Jr. – Secs. 13, 18, 24, T. 22 R. 7. Value $1,000. One slave under 10 (Ben), 3 between 10 and 20 (Sarah, Violet, Isaac), 1 between 20 and 30 (Lewis), 1 between 30 and 40 (Lark), 1 between 40 and 50 (Tom). 1 poll. Cattle over 20, 5. (Note: Refer to Letter S for W. NICHOLS Sr.) (p. 73)

NICHOLS, William Sr. – Secs. 21, 27, 28 T. 23 R. 9. Value $600. One slave under 10 (Nancy), 1 between 30 and 40 (Mary), 1 between 40 and 50 (Harry). 1 clock. 1 carriage $75. (p. 91)

OGLESBERRY, Sabert – Sec. 13 T. 21 R. 6. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 74)

OLDHAM, Robert – Secs. 4, 9, 11, 12, T. 21 R. 6 E; secs. 18, 19, 30, T. 22 R. 6 W; sec. 5 T. 24 R. 9 E; sec. 24 T. 22 R. 7 W.; secs. 5, 6 T. 24 R. 9 E. Value $25.50.00 [sic]. Eight slaves under 10 (Nicey, Hariet, Lucy, Isham, Joe, Poke, Amanda, Greene), 3 between 10 and 20 (Caroline, Clarisa, Polly), 4 between 20 and 30 (Hag, Sol, A??, Ishman), 1 between 30 and 40 (Sidney), 1 between 40 and 50 (Jeff). 1 gold watch. 1 poll. (p. 76)

OSWALD, Benjamin – Sec. 23 T. 24 R. 8. Value $450. 1 poll. 1 clock. 1 watch. (p. 75)

OSWALD, James – Secs. 23, 26, T. 24 R. 8. Value $400. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 75)

OWENS, Alexander – 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848. (p. 75)

OWENS, Alfred – Secs. 10, 11, T. 22 R. 8. Value $450. One slave between 10 and 20 (Leanner). 1 poll. 1 clock. Money on hand $250. (p. 75)

OWENS, Lacy – 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848 (p. 74)

OWENS, Michael – Sec. 1 T. 22 R. 8. Land value $100. Two slaves under 10 (Sarah, Dick), 1 between 20 and 30 (Stephen), 3 between 30 and 40 (Neal, Frank, Clary). 1 clock. Money on hand $250. At legal interest $100. (p. 74)

OWENS, Reuben – Secs. 5, 6 T. 22 R. 8. Value $250. 1 poll. 1 saddle horse $75. (p. 74)

OWENS, Robert J/I?. – 1 poll. (p. 76)

PALMER, James – Sec. 28 T. 23 R. 8. Value $75. 1 poll. (p. 79)

PALMER, Jesse W. – 1 poll. (p. 77)

PALMER, Waits –1 poll. (p. 113)

PARKER, Henry – 1 poll. Signed Henry
PARKER by Isaac PARKER. (p. 79)

PARKER, Isaac – Secs. 2, 3 T. 22 R. 9; sec. 35 T. 23 R. 9. Value $3,740. Five slaves under 10 (Puss, George, Willis, Sim, Lew). 4 between 20 and 30 (Sam, Smith, Marth, Rose), 1 between 30 and 40 (Till). 1 clock. Cattle over 20, 10. (p. 78)

PARKER, Reuben – 1 poll. Signed Reuben PARKER by Isaac PARKER. (p. 78)

PARKER, Robert – Secs. 2, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, T. 23 R. 8 E; secs. 1, 33, 34, T. 23, R. 9 E. Value $3,000. Four slaves under 10 (Jerry, Green, Bill, Oliver), 1 between 10 and 20 (Lize), 3 between 20 and 30 (Chain, Austin, Sam), 1 between 30 and 40 (Alfred). 1 poll. 1 clock. 1 gold watch. Money on hand $200. Money at interest $100. Cattle 12 head. (p. 80-81)

PARKER, Thomas – 1 poll. Signed Thomas PARKER by Isaac PARKER. (p. 78)

PATTON, Soloman M. – 1 poll. (p. 77)

PERKINS, William – Secs. 23, 26, T. 22 R. 8 E; secs. 30, 31 T. 22 R. 9. Value $1,300. One slave under 10 (Susan), 3 between 10 and 20 (Sarah, Flora, Diner), 1 between 20 and 30 (Thornton), 3 between 50 and 60 (Isaac, Moses, Roda). (p. 79)

PERRY, Enos – 1 poll. (p. 77)

PERSON, Samuel – Sec. 20 T. 24 R. 8. Land value $300. 1 clock. Money used in shaveing $600. (p. 78)

PETERS, Martin – Secs. 9, 10, 15, 16, T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $1,000. One slave under 10 (Milton), 2 between 30 and 40 (Bob and Patts). 1 clock. (p. 77)

PLATT, Bryant T. – 1 poll. (p. 79)

POTTS, Henry W. – 1 poll. (p. 79)

POTTS, Thomas E. – 1 poll. 1 saddle horse, $75. (p. 80)

PRATT, James H. – Land value $50. 1 poll. (p. 80)

PRATT, John – 1 poll. (p. 80)

RACKER/RACKET?, Robert L. – Physician. $5. 1 poll. 1 saddle horse $75. (p. 81)

RAGLIN, Benjamin – Secs. 16, 17, 20, 21 T. 23 R. 8. Value $1,550. Two slaves under 10 (Myme, Isaac), 1 between 20 and 30 (Sid). 1 clock. (p. 86-87)

RAGLIN, James – 1 poll. (p. 81)

RAGLIN, M. Lawson – Sec. 17 T. 23 R. 8 E. Value $125. Tax for 1847 – 1 poll. 40 acres of land 4th class. 1 poll for 1848. (p. 83)

RAGLIN, Manuel S. – 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848. (p. 84)

RAGLIN, Samuel – 1 poll for 1847. 1 poll for 1848. (p. 86)

RAGLIN, William P. – 1 poll. Money on hand $55. At legal interest $153. Money used in shaveing $12.53. (p. 85)

RAWLAND, John – sec. 7 T. 22 R. 12. Value $100. (p. 81)

RAY, James – Secs. 9, 10, 15, T. 21 R. 6. Value $400. (p. 84)

REACH, Bailey – Sec. 26 T. 24 R. 8 E. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 83)

REACH, Charles F. – Sec. 31 T. 24 R. 9; sec. 35 T. 24 R. 8. Value $852.56. 1 poll. Money at legal interest $10. (p. 82)

REACH, James C. – 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 85)

REACH, Jeremiah – Sec. 30 T. 24 R. 9. Value $110. 1 poll. (p. 86)

REACH, Jesse – 1 poll. (p. 85)

REACH, Milia – Money loaned $100. 1 clock. One slave between 20 and 30 (Eady). Sec. 25 T. 24 R. 9. Signed by Charles F. REACH. (p. 86)

REID, Alfred L. W. – 1 poll. (p. 83)

REID, Daniel – 1 poll. (No affidavit) (p. 83)

REID, James – 1 poll. (No affidavit) (p. 83)

RILEY, Richmand – Secs. 4, 9, T. 22 R. 6. Value $300. 1 poll. (p. 82)

RILEY, William – 1 poll. (p. 83)

ROBBINS, James – Sec. 26 T. 24 R. 8. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 82)

ROBBINS, William – 1 poll. (p. 85)

ROBBINS, William, agent for Daniel LEWIS – Sec. 11 T. 24 R. 8. Value $100. (p. 84)

ROBBS, Elias – 1 poll. (p. 81)

ROBERSON, John J. – 1 poll. (p. 84)

ROBISON/ROBERSON, Alexander – Sec. 2 T. 23 R. 8. Value $500. (p. 82)

ROLLISAN, George – 1 poll. (p. 85)

SAULSER, George – Secs. 22, 26, 27 T. 22 R. 7; secs. 2, 3 T. 24 R. 7; sec. 23 T. 23 R. 7; sec. 3 T. 24 R. 8. Value $1,000. Six slaves under 10 (Ruth, Mitty, Lize, Shadrick, William, Jack), 5 between 10 and 20 (Uriah, Beck, Reubin, Charles, Grace), 2 between 20 and 30 (Baily, Dick), 2 between 30 and 40 (Isriel, Mary), 1 between 40 and 50 (Lydia). 1 clock. Money at legal interest $270. Cattle over 20 head, 15. Mill $400. (p. 96)

SEARCY, Reuben – Sec. 19 T. 22 R. 8. Value $50. 1 poll. (p. 92)

SHAW, Joseph – 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 90)

SHERBET, William – Sec. 6 T. 23 R. 9; sec. 1 T. 23 R. 8. Value $500. 1 clock. (p. 89)

SHETTLESWORTH, Martin – 1 poll. One slave under 10 (Priscilla). (p. 87)

SHETTLESWORTH, Martin – Secs. 3, 4, T. 24 R. 8. Value $300. [NOTE: These were two separate entries]. (p. 87)

SHETTLESWORTH, Quinton – 1 poll for 2 years. (p. 88)

SHETTLESWORTH, Wesley – Secs. 3, 10, T. 23 R. 8 E. Value $600. 1 poll. 1 silver watch. (p. 94)

SHETTLSWORTH, John –Secs. 3, 10, 11 T. 23 R. 8. Value $1,000. (p. 93)

SHROPSHUR, Felix – Secs. 15, 21, 22 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $700. Four slaves under 10 (Gilbert, Joe, Frank, Henry), 1 between 10 and 20 (Stephen), 1 between 30 and 40 (Nancy). 1 poll. 1 clock. At legal interest $200. Town property value $350. (p. 90)

SHULTS, Peter – 1 poll. (p. 89)

SINCLAIR, Benjamin – Sec. 35 T. 24 R. 9 E. Land value $250. Lot No. 35 in Centreville, value $35. 1 watch. (p. 96)

SMITH, Charles – 1 poll. (p. 93)

SMITH, Fred H. – 1 poll. At legal interest $100. Fixed salary $400. (p. 92)

SMITH, John – Sec. 8 T. 22 R. 9. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 92)

SMITH, John M. – 1 poll. (p. 89)

SMITH, Riley – 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 90)

SMITH, Samuel – Secs. 27, 31 T. 22 R. 8. Value $400. (p. 93)

SMITH, Uriah – Sec. 13 T. 22 R. 6. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 88)

SMITH, William R. – 1 poll. (p. 91)

STACEY, Pleasant – 1 poll. (p. 89)

STACY, Isham – Sec. 7 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $600. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 88)

STACY/STACEY, Robert – Secs. 18, 19, 20, T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $1,742.68. Three slaves between 10 and 20 (Isaac, Mabary, Joe). 1 clock. 6 cattle over 20 head. (p. 95)

STAMPS, Henry – 1 poll. (No affidavit). (p. 90)

STAMPS, William – 1 poll. (No affidavit.) (p. 89)

STEEL, George W. – Sec. 11 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $200. One slave under 10 (Henry). 1 poll. (p. 95)

STEEL, James – 1 poll. 1 watch. 1 Jack $5. One slave between 10 and 20 (Martha). (p. 87)

STEEL, James Sr. – Secs. 9, 16, T. 23 R. 9. Value $2,300. Two slaves under 10 (Liza, Joe), 1 between 10 and 20 (Alue), 1 between 20 and 30 (Jack), 1 between 30 and 40 (Bet). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 94)

STEEL, John – 1 poll.

STEEL, John – Sec. 6 T. 23 R. 9; secs. 1, 2 T. 23 R. 8. Value $920. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 92)

STEEL, Nathaniel Y. – 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 91)

STEEL, Robert – Secs. 3, 4, 5, 9, T. 24 R. 9. Value $1,000. (p. 95)

STEVENS, Gidean – Secs. 15, 16, 22 T. 22 R. 8. Value $425. 1 poll. Money used in shaveing $52.75. (p. 87)

STEWART, George – 1 poll. (p. 93)

STEWART, Levin G. – 1 poll. Money at legal interest $140. (p. 91)

STEWART, Phillaman – 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 96)

STOCKMAN, John – 1 poll. (p. 91)

STRICKLAND, James – 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 89)

STRICKLAND, Milton – 1 poll. 1 watch. (p. 88)

STRICKLAND, William E. – Sec. 10 T. 21 R. 6. Value $200. 1 poll. (p. 94)

TATUM, Mark – Sec. 20 T. 21 R. 5. Value $300. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 98)

TAYLOR, Hackney – Sec. 23 T. 24 R. 8 E. Value $200. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 99)

TAYLOR, Joel – 1 poll. (p. 97)

TEDDERS, Samuel – Secs. 20, 21 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $250. 1 poll. (p. 97)

TERRY, Francis A. – 1 poll. (p. 100)

TERRY, H. I. – 1 poll. (p. 99)

TERRY, R. E. – Sec. 27 T. 23 R. 8. Value $500. One slave under 10. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 100)

TERRY, Samuel C. – 1 poll. (p. 98)

TERRY, Susan – Secs. 23, 26, T. 23 R. 8. Value $620. Two slaves under 10 (Luisa, Thomas), 1 between 10 and 20 (Joshua), 1 between 40 and 50 (Mily). (p. 100)

THOMAS, George I. – Sec. 16 T. 21 R. 5. Value $200. 1 poll. (p. 99)

THOMPSON, Benjamin – Secs. 19, 20, T. 21 R. 5. Value $300. 1 poll. 1 Jack $5. (p. 99)

THOMPSON, Henry – 1 poll. (p. 101)

THOMPSON, Robert R. – Secs. 13, 24, T. 23 R. 8; sec. 19 T. 23 R. 9. Value $500. 1 poll. Cattle over 20 head, 6. (p. 98)

THOMPSON, Samuel – 1 poll. (p. 101)

THRAILKILL, M. Anderson – 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 100)

THRASHER, Isaac T. – One slave between 10 and 20 (Chaney). 1 poll. Money at illegal interest $1.11.70. Used in shaveing $30. (p. 97)

THRASHER, John – Secs. 28, 33, 35 T. 21 R. 6. Value $700. Two slaves under 10 (Sarah, Murvuery), 2 between 10 and 20 (Tom, Mariah), 3 between 20 and 30 (Dick, Bill, Fea), 1 between 30 and 40 (Delphy), 1 between 50 and 60 (Tom). 1 clock. Money on hand $63. Cattle over 20 head, 12. (p. 98)

THRASHER, John W. – Sec. 24 T. 21 R. 6. Value $100. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 97)

THRASHER, Joseph – Sec. 34 T. 21 R. 6. Value $300. 1 poll. (p. 99)

THRASHER, Joshua – Sec. 33 T. 21 R. 6. Value $500. 1 poll. (p. 97)

TOLER, William – Secs. 27, 28, 33, 34, T. 24 R. 8. Value $1,800. Six slaves under 10 (Linid, Milley, Paul, Gracey, Mirick, Siler), 3 between 10 and 20 (Ginny, Rube, Ceasor), 5 between 20 and 30 (Olive, Joim/Iaim?, Sam, Alford, Milley), 1 between 30 and 40 (Peggy), 1 between 40 and 50 (Joe). Money on hand $400. At legal interest $42. Cattle over 20 head, 10. (p. 102)

TUSCALOOSA MANUFACTURING COMPANY – Secs. 3, 9, 20, 21, 28, 29, 32, T. 24 R. 9.; sec. 14 T. 24 R. 8. Value $21,750. Seven slaves under 10 (Jane, Fanny, Ginnett, Harriett, Emeline, John, William), 10 between 10 and 20 (Clem, Randal, Sam, Rhoda, Lucinda, Melly, Luisa, Mary, __ery, Mary), 4 between 20 and 30 (Martha, Mellinda, Dolley, Stofferd), 3 between 30 and 40 (Price, Sally, Polly), 2 between 40 and 50 (Priscilla, Fillis), 3 between 50 and 60 (Tom, Isaac, Brittin). 3 clocks. 1 grist mill $500. 1 saw mill $500. Tanyard $1,000. 2 saddle horses $150. Household furniture $100. 2 road waggons $100. Merchandise $10,000. Factory machinery $34,000. Signed by David SCOTT, Agent. (p. 101)

VANCE, David – Secs. 17, 18 T. 22 R. 6. Value $1,000. Four slaves under 10 (Patsey, Jane, Ellam, Ned), 1 between 10 and 20 (Lee), 2 between 20 and 30 (Ann, Cheret). 1 poll. 1 clock. 1 carriage $75. (p. 103)

VERNAN, Nehemiah – Secs. 16, 17, 20, T. 24 R. 9. Value $1,200. Two slaves between 10 and 20 (Henry, Caty). 1 poll. Money at illegal interest $50. (p. 103)

VINEING, Jabel – Sec. 23 T. 21 R. 5. Value $25. 1 poll. (p. 103)

VINEING, Jehu – Sec. 28 T. 21 R. 5. Value $75. (p. 103)

VINEING, Jehu Jr. – 1 poll. (p. 104)

VINEING, Shadrick – 1 poll. (p. 104)

WAGGONER, James – 1 poll. (p. 105)

WAITS, Alfred R. – 1 poll. (p. 110)

WALKER, John D. – 1 poll. (No affidavit.) (p. 105)

WALKER, Juluis – 1 poll. (No affidavit.) (p. 105)

WATES, Mary – Sec. 27 T. 22 R. 8. Value $50. (p. 107)

WATES, Wiley R. – 1 poll. (p. 107)

WATKINS, John – Sec. 12 T. 22 R. 8. Value $100. 1 poll. Tax for 1847, 1 poll. Land 4th class. (p. 108)

WELDON, Mary – Secs. 29, 30, T. 23 R. 9. Value $500. Two slaves under 10 (Richard, Coraline), 2 between 20 and 30 (Sandy, Porchas). (p. 108)

WHITE, Hiram – 1 poll. (p. 104)

WHITE, John – Sec. 9, 10 T. 21 R. 6. Value $100. (p. 107)

WHITE, John –1 poll. 1 watch. (p. 105)

WHITE, Samuel – Sec. 5 T. 24 R. 8. Value $200. 1 poll. (p. 108)

WIETT, Joseph – 1 poll. (p. 110)

WILBER, Jacob – One slave between 30 and 40 (Selina). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 109)

WILLIAMS, Benjamin L. – Sec. 14 T. 21 R. 6. Value $300. One slave under 10 (Casender). 1 poll. Money on hand $40. At legal interest $20. (p. 106)

WILLIAMS, Henry – 1 poll. (p. 107)

WILLIAMS, John – Secs. 2, 10, 26, T. 24 R. 8. Land value $800. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 109)

WILLIAMS, John – Two slaves between 50 and 60 (Taney, Peggy). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 104)

WINDHAM, Daniel – Secs. 16, 17, T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $300. 1 stallion $8. (p. 104)

WOODDRED, George – Sec. 7 T. 23 R. 9. Value $500. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 106)

WOODRUFF, Columbus I. G. by Felix SHROPSHUR Guardian – Secs. 8, 17, T. 23 R. 9. Value $540. (p. 105)

WOODS, H. D. – 1 poll. (p. 109)

WOODS, John A. – Secs. 4, 5, 8, 9, 16, T. 22 R. 6. Value $1,200. Three slaves between 10 and 20 (Coraline, Amanda, Edward). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 109)

WOODS, William F. – 1 poll. (p. 108)

WOOLLY, Hillery – 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 105)

WOOLLY, Minor – Sec. 32 T. 22 R. 8. Value $300. 1 poll. (p. 107)

WRIGHT, James A. – Secs. 32, 33, T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $600. Mills $600. 1 poll. (p. 106)

WRIGHT, John M. – 1 poll. (p. 110)

WRIGHT, William – 1 clock. Cattle over 20 head, 8. (p. 106)

YATES, Joshua – 1 poll. (p. 112)

YEAGER, Abijah – Secs. 4, 5, 6, 8, 16, 21 T. 22 R. 9 E; sec. 5 T 23 R. 7. Value $3,000. Five slaves under 10 (Joe, Amey, Drusilla, Hester, Simen), 2 between 10 and 20 (Anthony, Tilda), 1 between 20 and 30 (Henry), 1 between 30 and 40 (Nance). Cattle over 20 head, 8. (p. 112)

YEAGER, Anderson – 1 poll. (p. 110)

YEAGER, B. B. – 1 poll. (p. 111)

YEAGER, Constantine – 1 poll. (p. 111)

YEAGER, Gabriel P. - 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 110)

YEAGER, George – 1 poll. (p. 110)

YEAGER, Israel M. – 1 poll. (p. 111)

YEAGER, James M. – Sec. 9 T. 22 R. 9 E. Value $120. One slave between 10 and 20 (Judel). 1 poll. 1 clock. Money on hand $80. At legal interest $75. (p. 111)

YEAGER, Lewis – Secs. 11, 14 or 24, T. 22 R. 8. Value $300. Money at legal interest $140.YOUNG, William – 1 poll. (p. 112)

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