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1848 Tax List - District 2

Submitted by Jacque Otts. Used by permission. ©2001

ARNOLD, Wiley V. - Sec. 31 T. 24 R. 11, sec. 10 T. 23 R. 10. Value $200. One poll. (p. 114)

BABB, Elihu - Sec. 9 T. 23 R. 10 E. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 159)

BARNES, Alexander - 1 poll. (p. 117)

BARNES, Benjamin - 1 poll. (p. 117)

BARNETT, Lewis - 1 poll. (p. 118)

BARNETT, Wm. P. - Town lots 4, 15, 16, 42, 43, 46, 49 in the town of Centreville. Value $450. One slave between 10 and 20 (David), 1 slave between 50 and 60 (Maryann). 1 poll. Fixed salary $400. Value of other acreage $100. (p. 191)

BARRETT, Walter - Secs. 3, 4 T. 21 R. 11; sec. 33 T. 22 R. 11. Value $700. Money at interest $205. Fifteen head of cattle. Three slaves under 10 (Alfred, George, Peter), 3 between 20 and 30 (Esther, Lucy, Nelson), 1 between 30 and 40 (Caroline), 1 between 40 and 50 (George). 1 poll. (p. 115)

BATES, David P. - 1 poll. 1 slave under 10 (Margart). (p. 116)

BELL, Henry G. - 1 poll. (p. 118)

BELVIN, Elkina - Sec. 28 T. 22 R. 11. Value $200. 1 poll. (p. 116)

BERNHARD, Edward H. - Lot No. 5. Value $700. Three slaves under 10 (Green, Josephine, Manda), 2 between 10 and 20 (John, Rachel), 1 beween 20 and 30 (Martha), 1 between 30 and 40 (Joe). 1 poll. 1 clock. 1 buggy $75. 1 gold watch. Fixed salary $450. (p. 118)

BISHOP, Elias - Secs. 11, 13 T. 22 R. 9. Value $1,600. Five slaves under 10 (Sam, George, Henry, William, Lucinda), 2 between 20 and 30 (Jane, Chaney). 1 poll. 12 head of cattle. Money loaned at legal interest $405. (p. 119)

BISHOP, Henry - Secs. 15, 16 T. 23 R. 11. Land and improvements $800. 3 slaves under 10 (Nancy, Prince, Samuel), 3 between 10 and 20 (Molley, Elizabeth, Jane), 1 beween 20 and 30 (Richard). 1 poll. (p. 117)

BISHOP, Sarah - Sec 28 T. 23 R. 10 E. 1 5/8 acres deducted for Methodist Church. Value $1373?. One slave between 10 and 20 (A__?). 1 clock. (p. 118)

BISHOP, Wm. W. - Two slaves under 10 (Newton and Mother?), 1 between 20 and 30 (Rebecca). 1 poll. (p. 117)

BLAKEY, Joseph A. - Secs. 21, 22, 28 T. 22 R. 9. Land and improvements $3,500. Seven slaves under 10 (Peach, Clora, Ann, Celia, Jane, Caraline, Viney), 6 between 10 and 20 (Henry, Christopher, Tom, Simon, Jess., Barnie), 2 between 20 and 30 (Wesley, Maria), 3 between 30 and 40 (Lucy, Frankey, Bill). 2 clocks. Over 20 head of cattle, 20. (p. 119)

BONHAM, Lamech - Secs. 27, 28 T. 23 R. 11. Value $400. Two slaves between 10 and 20 (Mariah, Geoernor?), 1 between 20 and 30 (Bob). (p. 116)

BRANER/BRUNOR?, Michael - sec. 17 T. 24 R. 11. Value $300. One slave under 10 (Mary), 1 between 10 and 20 (Nancy). (p. 117)

BRASEL, Allen - Sec. 9 T. 23 R. 11. Value $600. One slave under 10 (Harriet), 2 between 10 and 20 (Jack, Reuben), 1 between 30 and 40 (Edy). 1 poll. 1 clock. [Appears to be a repeat of entry on page 114.] (p. 116)

BRASSELL, Allen - Sec. 9 T. 23 R. 11 E. Value $600. One slave under 10 (Harriet), 2 between 10 and 20 (Jack, Reuben), 1 between 30 and 40 (Edy). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 114)

BROWN, A. A. - 1 poll. (p. 118)

BROWN, David L. - Secs. 9 10 T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $1,000. One poll. (p. 115)

BROWN, Jesse A. - Sec. 11 T. 23 R. 10 E. (There is another name in this entry as land owner--___?__ CARTER.) Value $225. 1 poll. 1 wood clock. (p. 115)

BURNET, William - 1 poll (p. 118)

BUTLER, H & C (Signed E. H. BERNHARD) - Merchandise $16,123.44 (p. 118)

CADDELL, John - 320 acres T. 21 R. 11. Value $1,000. One slave between 30 and 40 (Alfred). 1 poll. (p. 126)

CADDELL, Williams - Secs. 6, 30, 31 T. 23 R. 10 E.; secs. 25, 36 T. 23 R. 9 E. Land and improvements, $5,000. Six slaves under 10 (Pass, Lark, Lafayette, Eliza, Rachel, Lucinda), 6 between 10 and 20 (Ned, Marsh, Jones, Wesley, Mary, Lewis), 3 between 30 and 40 (Edmond, Edith, Mariah). 1 poll. One lot in Centreville, $500. (p. 124)

CAMP, Robert M. - Sec. 10 T. 23 R. 10. Value $100. 1 poll. (p. 136)

CAMPBELL, J. N. Estate - Eight slaves under 10 (Amanda, Jesse, John, Walker, Eveline, Andrew, Nelson, one girl name unknown), 1 between 10 and 20 (Price), 7 between 20 and 30 (Adaline, Mary, Sarah, Polly, Gilbert, Isaac, John), 2 between 40 and 50 (Henry, Susan). 1 carriage $100. 2 head of cattle. (p. 123)

CAMPBELL, John. C. - Town lots in Centreville Nos. 31, 33, 34, and one-third of 32 with improvements, $1,200. Merchandize, $662.47. Two slaves under 10 (Dick, Adaline), 1 beween 20 and 30 (Biddy). 1 poll. 1 clock. Money at legal interest, $100. Used in shaveing $109.40. (p. 127)

CAMPBELL, William - Three slaves under 10 (Tom, Patsey, Betsey), 2 between 10 and 20 (Lewis, Joseph), 1 between 20 and 30 (Minerva), 1 between 30 and 40 (Phil). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 122)

CARLTON, Edward M. - 1 poll. 1 medal clock. Seven slaves under 10 (Eliza, Nancy, Jason, Charles, Oliver, Margaret, one unnamed), 2 between 10 and 20 (Reddick, Larkin), 1 between 20 and 30 (Harriet), 1 between 50 and 60, (Orange, carpenter, $600). (p. 120)

CARLTON, Henry - Secs. 20, 21, 28 T. 24 R. 11. Value $600. Four slaves under 10 (Adaline, Sally, Ca__oin, Louisa), 1 between 10 and 20 (Mariah), 2 between 20 and 30 (Jim, Dick), 1 between 40 and 50 (Elsey). 1 clock. (p. 123)

CARTER, Charles - Sec. 31 T. 24 R. 11. Value $600. 1 mill, $100. Three slaves between 10 and 20 (Sarah, Lucina, Charity), 1 between 20 and 30 (Marshall), 1 between 30 and 40 (Pankam). (p. 136)

CATES, Elenor - Sec. 33 T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $1,000. Four slaves under 10 (Kaley, Dicia, George, Ann), 1 between 20 and 30 (Mary). 1 clock. Signed by Joshua W. CATES. (p. 123)

CATES, Hilliard J? - Secs. 12, 13, 24 T. 23 R. 9 E.; sec. 24 T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements, $2.00 per acre. 1 poll. (p. 127)

CHAMBERS, Israel - Sec. 5 T. 22 R. 11. Value $100. 1 poll. (p. 121)

CLARK, Hugh - sec. 12 T. 22 R. 9, sec. 7 T. 22 R. 10. Value $600. 1 poll. (p. 144)

CLEVELAND, Carter W. - Sec. 26 T. 23 R. 10 E. Value $4 per acre. One slave between 30 and 40 (Jack). 1 poll. (p. 119)

CLEVELAND, D. W. C. - Sec. 34 T. 23 R. 10 E. Value $6 per acre. 1 poll. One slave under 10 (Sarah), 1 between 10 and 20 (Turner). 1 jackass price to insure a foal $8. (p. 121)

CLEVELAND, Jackson S. - Sec. 35 T. 23 R. 10 E; sec. 2 T. 22 R. 10 E. Value $21.32.34 [sic]. Three slaves under 10 (Hester, Philip, Hanah), 3 slaves between 20 and 30 (Peter, Jane, Dissell), 1 between 30 and 40 (Amos). (p. 126)

CLEVELAND, O. C. - Secs. 34, 35 T. 23 R. 10 E. Value $2,340. Eight head of cattle. Five Negroes under 10 (Mary, Mariah, Eliza, Anderson, Wesley), 6 between 10 and 20 (Amos, Jane, Henry, Amkay, Wilson, New), 3 between 20 and 30 (Joe, Ann, Friday), 1 between 30 and 40 (Reuben), 3 between 40 and 50 (Louisa, Mat, Price, Sarah {wholly useless}), 2 between 50 and 60 (Jack, Orange). As guardian of Patrick C. HENRY. 1 Negro woman between 10 and 20 (Dilly). (p. 121)

COKER, Noah B. - Secs. 21, 28, 29, 30, 33, 34 T. 23 R. 11. Land and improvements $4,000. Four slaves under 10 (Emeline, Maryann, Anderson, Milton), 1 between 10 and 20 (Burt), 3 between 20 and 30 (Major, Reason, Peggy), 2 between 30 and 40 (Lewis, Lang), 2 between 40 and 50 (Sam, Lydia). Cattle over 20 head, 10. 1 metal clock. 1 carriage, $75. (p. 128)

COLE, JONES & CO. (Merchants) - Sec. 12 T. 22 R. 11. Land and improvements $200. Merchandise sold $5,000. 1 slave between 50 and 60 (Aaron). 1 horse $75. Signed by Andrew J. GOODWIN, agent. (p. 122)

COLLIER, Charles H. - Sec. 31 T. 23 R. 10 E; sec. 6 T. 22 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $3,000. Eight slaves under 10 (Martin, Lucy, Charity, Louisa, Katharine, George, Patience, Joshua), 4 between 10 and 20 (Cynthia, Moses, Jack, Squir?), 6 between 20 and 30 (Hetta, Pheba, Leanna, Hannah, Peter, Henry), 2 between 30 and 40 (Jim, Nathan), 1 between 40 and 50 (Milley). 1 poll. Over 20 head of cattle, 10. Money on hand $100. (p. 124)

CONWELL, Isaac G. - Secs. 1, 12 T. 22 R. 10; secs. 6, 7 T. 22 R. 10. Value $800. Twelve slaves under 10 (Drayton, Bill, Andrew, Lucy, Shaayann, Margaret, Clerasa, Price, Sarah, Mary, Sophia, Louisa), 4 between 20 and 30 (Martha, Coraline, Dilly, Winney), 2 between 30 and 40 (Polly, Charity). (p. 128)

CONWELL, Standmore B. - Sec. 7 T. 22 R. 11. Value $490. Two slaves under 10 (Luke, Jack), 1 between 20 and 30 (Sarah). 1 poll. Money at legal interest $117. (p. 123)

COOK, William - 1 poll. (p. 120)

CORLEY, Clinton - Sec. 34 T. 23 R. 11. Land and improvements, $560. Three slaves under 10 (Hannah, Nelly, Jane), 2 between 20 and 30 (Harriet, Venus). 1 poll. (p. 125)

CORLEY, Larkin - 1 poll. (p. 120)

CORLEY, Valentine - Secs. 28, 33 T. 23 R. 11 E. Land and improvements $800. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 120)

CORLEY, Wiley - Secs. 21, 28 T. 23 R. 11 E. Land and improvements $600. 1 poll. (p. 126)

CORLEY, Zacheus - Sec. 19 T. 23 R. 11 E. Value $225. 1 poll. (p. 161)

CORLEY, Zacheus - Secs. 21 T. 23 R. 11. Value $225. 1 poll. (p. 122)

COTTINGHAM, Elisha - Sec. 3 T. 23 R. 10; secs. 27, 34, 35 T. 24 R. 10. Value $1410. Eight slaves under 10 (Jobe, Til?, Henry, Holaway, Pus, Green, Israel, Winny), 5 between 10 and 20 (Jef, Henry, Elbert, Multen, Mary), 2 between 20 and 30 (Sam, George), 2 between 30 and 40 (Mariah, Tild). Money at interest $500. Cattle 5 head. (p. 127)

COTTINGHAM, James M. - 1 poll. 1 watch. (p. 125)

COTTINGHAM, John - 1 poll. (p. 125)

COTTINGHAM, John - 1 poll. 1 silver watch. (p. 122)

COX, Joseph W. - Secs. 26, 34 T. 22 R. 11. One slave between 10 and 20. 1 poll. (p. 126)

CRAWFORD, Dr. James W. - One slave under 10 (Nancy), 1 between 30 and 40 (Mary). 1 poll. 1 silver watch. Licensed physician, $5.00. 1 riding horse, $125. (p. 125)

CREWS/CRUISE, E. P. - 1 poll. Land value $1,000. (p. 125)

CROW, E. P. - 120 acres. Value $1,100. 1 poll. 1 clock. 1 slave under 10 (Rachel), 2 between 10 and 20 (Lewis, Peyton). (p. 144)

DAILY, Rosey - Secs. 35, 36 T. 24 R. 11 E. Value $400. Two slaves under 10, 3 between 10 and 20, 1 between 50 and 60. Signed by John GARNER, Executor (p. 130)

DAVIS, Hugh - Secs. 14, 22 T. 24 R. 11. Including tract where iron works belonging to L. A. WISSINGER are situated. For more accurate description see deed from MOONEY and others to H. DAVIS. Value $1500. (p. 129-130)

DAVIS, Isaac B. - 1 poll. (p. 144)

DAVIS, James W. - 1 poll. One slave between 10 and 20 (Margaret). Money on hand, $50. (p. 132)

DAVIS, Joseph M. - Sec. 2 T. 22 R. 11 E; sec. 35 T. 23 R. 11. Value $100. 1 poll. $22 at interest. (p. 131)

DAVIS, Ransom - Sec. 29 T. 23 R. 11. Land value $100. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 131)

DAVIS, W. R. - 1 poll. (p. 132)

DAVIS, Willis - Sec. 29 T. 23 R. 10. Land and improvements $1002. Secs. 19, 32 T. 23 R. 11. Value $359.75. Five slaves under 10 (Martha, Decise, Mary, Amanda, Cyena), 4 between 10 and 20 (Caroline, Washington alias Dick, Edmond, Catherine), 2 between 30 and 40 (Hanson, Lucy), 1 between 50 and 60 (Winey, valueless). (p. 129)

DAVIS, Willis M. - 1 poll. (p. 132)

DEAN, Robert - 1 poll. (p. 132)

DEATON, Mathew W. - Secs. 16, 21, 28 T. 22 R. 11. Land value $650. One slave between 10 and 20 (Rhoda). 1 poll. (p. 131)

DEFIR, John W. - 1 poll. (p. 131)

DEFREESE, B. L. - Town lots 21, 22, 23, 24, 53, a portion of the south end of Lots 42, 43, and 35 feet of the north end of Lot 20 in Centreville. Land and improvements, $700. 3 slaves under 10 (Emeline, Margaret, Whits), 1 between 10 and 20 (Cary), 2 between 20 and 30 (Matt, Joe), 1 between 50 and 60 (Lucy). 1 poll. 1 clock. Licensed attorney, $5. (p. 130)

DEVENPORT, James B. - 1 poll. (p. 132)

DOAK/DOKE, Dr. S. M. - Physician, $5. 1 poll. 1 saddle horse, $60. 1 slave under 10 (Reuben), 1 between 20 and 30 (Cyntha). 1 silver watch. (p. 132)

DOMINICK, Jefferson - Secs. 28, 29, 32? (smeared) T. 23 R. 10. Land and improvements, $2165. Two slaves under 10 (Mary Jane, unknown), 1 between 10 and 20 (Amy), 2 between 20 and 30 (Henry, Easther), 1 between 50 and 60 (Sarah). 1 carriage, $125. 1 poll. Cattle over 20 head, 4. 1 clock. (p. 129)

EDMONDS, William - Secs. 33, 34 T. 22 R. 9. Land and improvements, $720. Five slaves under 10 [Error written above this entry] (Phoebe, Henry, Ben, Martha, Sarah), 2 between 10 and 20 (Wash., Jess.), 2 between 20 and 30 (Mike, Lucinda), 1 betweejn 40 and 50 (Harriet). 1 clock. (p. 133-134)

EDWARDS, John S. - Sec. 36 T. 22 R. 11. Value $150. 1 poll. One slave between 10 and 20 (Amanda). (p. 133)

EDWARDS, William S. - 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 133)

ELKINS, Williams - 1 poll. (p. 133)

ESPEY, George - Secs. 14, 15 T. 23 R. 10 E; sec. 10 T. 23 R. 11 E. Land and improvements, $500. Two slaves between 10 and 20 (Jim, Barbary). 1 clock. 1 poll. (p. 133)

FANCHER, Elijah - Secs. 20, 29 T. 24 R. 11 E. Land and improvements $400. Three slaves under 10 (Vina, Arthur, Bibb), 2 between 10 and 20 (George, Aryann), 1 between 20 and 30 (Amanda), 1 between 40 and 50 (Ben). 1 poll. 1 clock. Money at legal interest $160. (p. 140)

FANCHER, Elisha - Sec. 17, 18 T. 24 R. 11 E. Land and improvements, $400. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 136)

FANCHER, Henry F. - 1 poll. (p. 138)

FANCHER, James - Secs. 13 24 T. 24 R. 11 E. Value $1,000. Six slaves under 10, 2 between 10 and 20, 2 between 20 and 30, 1 between 30 and 40. (p. 141)

FANCHER, Richard - Secs. 20, 21 T. 24 R. 11. Value $800. Seven slaves under 10 (David, Amanda, Frank, John, Mary, Patsey, Puss), 4 between 10 and 20 (Harriet, Henry, Jane, Elis), 1 between 20 and 30 (Chaney), 2 between 30 and 40 (Alfred, Peggy), 1 between 40 and 50 (Levi). (p. 137)

FANCHER, Samuel - Sec. 11 T. 24 R. 11. Value $250. (p. 136)

FANCHER, Samuel Jr. - 1 poll. (p. 140)

FERGUSON, James - Sec. 33 T. 23 R. 11. Value $150. One slave between 20 and 30 (Peter). (p. 135)

FERRINGTON, Joseph - Secs. 13, 14 T. 24 R. 11. Three slaves under 10 (Julia, Cynthia, Stradder), 1 between 30 and 40 (Jane). 1 head of cattle. $65 on hand. 1 poll. (p. 141)

FINDLEY, Charles P. - Sec. 1 T. 22 R. 10. Land and improvements, $1,500. One lot in Centreville, $300. Four slaves under 10 (Eliza, Ellen, Luke, Mike), 3 between 10 and 20 (Jane, Nelson, Jack), 2 between 20 and 30 (Julia, Celia), 1 between 30 and 40 (Prince), 1 between 40 and 50 (Creese). 1 poll. 1 metal clock. (p. 138)

FITTS, Harrison S. - 1 poll. (p. 135)

FITTS, Henry - Lot Nos. 6, 7, sec. 16 T. 22 R. 11. Value $400. 1 poll. (p. 135)

FITTS, James - Sec. 5 T. 22 R. 11. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 134)

FITTS, Reuben - Sec. 35 T. 23 R. 11. Value $200. (p. 134)

FITTS, Walker - Secs. 4, 5 T. 22 R. 11. Land and improvements, $700. One slave under 10 (Rose), 1 between 10 and 20 (Aleck), 1 between 30 and 40 (Dinah). 1 clock. $50 on hand. 1 poll. (p. 135)

FLETCHER, William - Sec. 31 T. 24 R. 11. Value $100. (p. 139)

FONDREN, Penelope - Sec. 32 T. 22 R. 9. Land and improvements, $1,000. One slave between 10 and 20 (Caroline). Signed by William FONDREN. (p. 137)

FONDREN, Wm. A. - Secs. 11, 12, 13, 14 T. 22 R. 9. Value $2,500. Three slaves under 10 (Martin, Hannah, Isaac), 1 between 10 and 20 (Charles), 2 between 20 and 30 (Meek, Lely). 50 head of cattle. 1 poll. (p. 139)

FRAZIER, Samuel - Secs. 19, 30 T. 23 R. 10. Land and improvements, $675. 1 poll. Two slaves between 10 and 20 (John, Caroline). 1 clock. 1 saddle horse, $75. (p. 138)

FROST, Mary Mrs. - Secs. 26, 35 T. 23 R. 10 E. Value $1,200. One slave under 10, 1 between 20 and 30 (Elbert), 3 between 30 and 40 (Will, Hannah, Amy), 1 between 40 and 50 (Scy). Signed Shadrack R. FROST. (p. 139)

FROST, Shadrack R. - Secs. 28, 3? T. 23 R. 10. Value $2,000. One slave under 10 (Jeff), 3 slaves between 10 and 20 (Katy, Ann, Phillis), 3 slaves between 20 and 30 (Alex, Jack, Wash). 1 poll. (p. 140)

FRYER/FRYOR - John J. - 1 poll. (p. 137)

FULGHAM, John R. - Sec. 33 T. 23 R. 11 E. Value $400. At illegal interest, $400. At legal interest, $200. 1 poll. As guardian of Hardy DAVIS, $260 at legal interest. (p. 134)

GARNER, John - Sec. 13 T. 22 R. 11, sec. 18 T. 22 R. 12. Value $1,500. Two slaves under 10 (William, Hannah), 2 between 10 and 20 (Aggy, Adaline), 1 between 40 and 50 (Abigail). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 142)

GARNER, John - Sec. 24 T. 24 R. 11 E. Value $600. Three slaves under 10, 1 between 10 and 20, 2 between 20 and 30, 1 between 30 and 40, 1 between 50 and 60. 1 poll. 1 clock. Money at legal interest $200. (p. 145)

GARNER, William - 1 poll. (p. 143)

GARNER, William - Sec. 12 T. 22 R. 11. Two slaves under 10 (Eliza, Frank), 1 between 30 and 40 (Renor), 1 between 40 and 50 (Bassell). 1 clock. (p. 142-143)

GARRETT, Asa - Sec. 24 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $950. One lot on west side of Cahaba River $12. Sec. 13 T. 23 R. 9. Land and improvements $450. 1 poll. 1 clock. 1 silver watch. One slave between 20 and 30. (p. 147)

GAYLORD, Thomas W. - One slave between 30 and 40 (Henry). 1 poll. 1 silver watch. $35 at legal interest. (p. 146)

GENTRY, Amos R. - 1 poll. (p. 144)

GENTRY, Hezekiah - 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 144)

GENTRY, Tyre - 1 poll. (p. 141)

GERMAN/JORMAN, Emanuel N. - 1 poll. (p. 145)

GILLESPIE, John S. - One slave between 10 and 20 (George), 1 between 50 and 60 (Claborne, worth $400). (p. 143)

GOODE, Robert - Sec. 14 T. 24 R. 11 E. Land and improvements $600. 1 poll. (p. 145)

GOODWIN, Andrew J. - 1 poll. $45 used in shaveing. $74.45 at illegal interest. Fixed salary as clerk in a mercantile house $300. (p. 146)

GRADICK, Dr. John N. - Lot No. __ in Centreville, $100. 1 poll. Professional income $5. 1 saddle horse, $75. 1 buggy, $60. 1 clock. (p. 143)

GRAY, John R. - 1 poll. (p. 143)

GREEN, Norris - 1 poll. (p. 170)

GRIFFIN, Benjamin - State Tax for 1847. 40 acres of land 3rd quality. 1 poll. Three slaves over 10, 3 under 10. State Tax for 1848. 80 acres. Value $320. 1 poll. 4 slaves under 10 (Alfred, Thomas, Ann, Lvey), 1 between 10 and 20 (Solomon), 2 between 20 and 30 (Phebe, Duncan). 10 head of cattle. (p. 142)

GRIFFIN, Polly - Three slaves under 10 (Joe, Willis, Barney), 1 between 20 and 30 (Ann). David P. BATES, agent (p. 145)

GRIFFIN, Robert W. - Secs. 5, 12, 13, 36 T. 21 R. 11; secs. 28, 33, 34 T. 22 R. 11; secs. 26, 35 T. 22 R. 12. Value $3 per acre, $1,560. Grist mill $300. 1 poll. 14 head of cattle. 1 clock. (p. 146)

GRIFFIN, Susan -One slave under 10 (Irena). D. P. BATES, agent. (p. 145)

HAM, William - Sec. 7 T. 22 R. 11. Value $100. 1 poll. (p. 149)

HAMILTON, Mathew - One slave under 10 (Frank), 1 between 10 and 20 (Rachel). 1 poll. (p. 150)

HARPOLE, Wm. C. - Sec. 11 T. 23 R. 10. Value $200. 1 poll. (p. 148)

HARRISSON, John F. - 1 poll. 1 saddle horse $50. (p. 149)

HAYES, Jeremiah - Sec. 4 T. 23 R. 11 E. Contained grist and saw mill. Value $1,900. Two slaves under 10 (Bryant, Pheba), 1 between 10 and 20 (Mary). 1 poll. 1 stud horse, insurance price $5. (p. 147)

HAYES, Jno. W. - Sec. 13 T. 23 R. 9. Value $250. Town lots 71, 72, 77, 78 and half of 70 with improvements, $600. One slave under 10 (Jess), 1 between 30 and 40 (Winney). 1 poll. 1 clock. Money on hand $320. At legal interest $158. 1 buggy $95. 1 silver watch. Fixed salary $437. $94 for board. (p. 150)

HAYES, Wm. - 1 poll. (p. 149)
HAYS, Martin - 1 poll (p. 150)

HICKS, Catherine - Sec. 23 T. 22 R. 11. Value $125.25. Isaac W. HICKS, Agent. (p. 147)

HICKS, Isaac W. - Sec. 23 T. 23 R. 11. Value $75. Three slaves under 10 (Sarah, Jane, Jerry), 1 between 10 and 20 (Alfred), 1 between 20 and 30 (Nancy). 1 poll. (p. 148)

HICKS, John - Secs. 23, 24, 26 T. 22 R. 11. Value $1600. Three slaves under 10 (Jesse, Ann, Adaline), 1 between 10 and 20 (Polly), 1 between 20 and 30 (Mariah), 1 between 30 and 40 (James). 1 poll. 1 brass clock. (No affidavit.) (p. 149)

HILL, Champion - 1 poll. (p. 149)

HOLLINGSHEAD, Benjamin - Secs. 31, 32 T. 23 R. 11 E. Land and improvements $300. 1 poll. (p. 148)

HOWARD, Morgan - 1 poll. 1 silver watch. $100 at legal interest. (p. 150)

JACKSON, Washington- 1 poll. (p. 151)

JENKINS, Isaac K. - 1 poll. (p. 151)

JOHNSON, Joshua W. - 1 poll. 1 wood clock. (p. 151)

JOHNSON, Josiah - 1 poll. (p. 152)

JOHNSON, Lee - Sec. 5 T. 23 R. 10 E. Value $200. (p. 151)

JOHNSON, Phillip R. - 1 poll. (p. 151)

JOHNSON, Priscilla - Sec. 19 T. 24 R. 11 E. (p. 152)

JOHNSON, Stephen - Secs. 13, 24 T. 23 R. 9 E. Land and improvements $600. 1 poll. (p. 152)

JOHNSON, Wilford G. - 1 poll. (p. 152)

JOHNSON, William - Sec. 22 T. 24 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $350. 1 poll. (p. 152)

JONES, Williamson - 1 poll. (p. 151)

KEADLE, L. C. - Sec. 16 T. 24 R. 9 E. Value $100. 1 poll. (p. 154)

KENNEDY, Josiah S. - Sec. 25 T. 23 R. 9. Lot Nos. 1 and 38. Land and improvements $300. Lots with improvements $500. One slave under 10 (Lee), 1 between 30 and 40 (Mahala), 1 between 40 and 50 (Tobe). 1 poll. 1 clock. 1 carriage $100. 1 gold watch. 1 gold fob chain. Merchandise $5000. (p. 153)

KERSH, Martin P. - Secs. 26, 35 T. 23 R. 10. Value $484.40. One lot in Centreville. One slave under 10 (Celid), 1 between 10 and 20 (Adaline). 1 poll. (p. 153)

KILLINGSWORTH, Albert - 1 poll. (p. 154)

KING, Thomas J. - Sec. ? T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $150. 1 poll. (p. 154)

KING, William - Sec. 3 T. 22 R. 10. Value $50. (p. 154)

KIRSH, David - sec. 30 T. 23 R. 10 E. Value $850. Two Negroes under 10 (Bob and Easther), 2 between 10 and 20 (Ann, Milly), 2 beween 20 and 30 (Allen, Willis). 1 clock. (p. 153)

LANGSTON, David - 1 poll. (p. 157)

LANGSTON, Obadiah - Secs. 17, 18 T. 23 R. 11. Land and improvements $1200. 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 158)

LANGSTON, Willis - 1 poll. (p. 155)

LATHEM, Enoch - 1 poll. (p. 156)

LATHEM, Enoch - Sec. 7 T. 22 R. 12; secs. 12, 13, 23, 24 T. 22 R. 11. Land and improvements $3000. Three slaves under 10 (Ellen, Lee, Mary), 5 between 10 and 20 (Jack, Esther, Allen, Washington, Lyaney?), 2 between 20 and 30 (York, Louisa), 1 between 40 and 50 (Chloe). 5 head of cattle. $15 at interest. 1 poll. (p. 158)

LATHEM, John - Sec. 23 T. 22 R. 11. Value $125. (p. 157)

LATHEM, William - Sec. 13 T. 22 R. 11. Land and improvements $200. 1 poll. (p. 156)

LATHEM, William - Sec. 26 T. 22 R. 11. Value $125. 1 poll. One slave under 10 (John). (p. 155)

LAWLEY, Benjamin - 1 poll. (p. 156)

LAWLEY, Michael - Sec. 23, 24, 26 T. 22 R. 11. Value $400. One Negro between 20 and 30 (Martha). 1 poll. (p. 157)

LAWRENCE, Enoch - 1 poll. (p. 157)

LAWRENCE, Nelson - Sec. 2 T. 21 R. 11. One poll. (p. 161)

LAWRENCE, Nelson Z. - 1 poll. (p. 156)

LAWRENCE, William - Sec. 27 T. 22 R. 11. Value $500. 1 poll (p. 155)

LEACH, Anthony C. - Sec. 19 T. 23 R. 11 E. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 160)

LEACH, George - 1 poll. (p. 156)

LEACH, James Wm. - Sec. 19 T. 23 R. 11 E. Value $100. 1 poll. (p. 160)

LEACH, Moses - Sec. 26 T. 23 R. 11. Land and improvements $350. 1 poll. (p. 155)

LIGHTSEY, Barbary - Sec. 32 T. 23 R. 10. Value $1,000. One slave under 10 (Henry), 4 between 10 and 20 (Rebecca, Rufus, Fanny, George), 2 between 20 and 30 (Jack, Moses), 1 beween 50 and 60 (Luckey). At legal interest $1,435. Signed by David LIGHTSEY. (p. 159)

LIGHTSEY, David - Sec. 1 T. 22 R. 9 E.; sec. 31 T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $4,000. Two slaves between 10 and 20 (Alfred, John), 4 between 20 and 30 (Sellens, Ransom, David, Merritt), 1 between 40 and 50 (Katy). 1 poll. At legal interest $40. Cattle over 20 head, 15. (p. 159)

LIGHTSEY, Jacob - Secs. 29, 32 T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $1,425. Two slaves under 10 (Ann, Adaline), 1 between 10 and 20 (Charles), 2 between 20 and 30 (Abe, Milly). 1 poll. Cattle over 20 head, 9. (p. 160)

LIGHTSEY, John - 1 poll. (p. 157)

LIGHTSEY, Josiah - 1 poll. (p. 158)

LIPSCOMB, David S. - Secs. 17, 19, 30, 35, 36 T. 23 R. 10 E.; secs. 5, 8, 16, 17, 18, 19, 29, 30, 31. Town lot $106. Negroes: Tench age 40, ashmatic; Lewis aged 30; Caleb aged 35, disabled sore leg; Frank aged 32, blacksmith diseased sc__?; Lawson aged 15; Price aged 13; King aged 12; Edmond aged 9; Crase aged 32; Lydia aged 32; Harriet aged 15; Catherine aged 9; Emily aged 7; Rachel aged 5; Frances aged 3; Dorcus aged 3. Silver watch. Jackass $120. Cattle over 20 head, 10. Stud horse $200. (p. 161-162)

MAHAN, James - Secs. 18, 19, 20 T. 24 R. 12. Value $3000. Eight slaves under 10, 6 between 10 and 20, 5 between 20 and 30, 2 between 30 and 40, 1 between 50 and 60. Money on hand $400. At legal interest $250. Carriage $100. (p. 167)

MAHAN, Jesse - Secs. 5, 6 T. 20 R. 12. Value $1200. One poll. Two slaves under 10 (Columbus, Waitus), 1 between 20 and 30 (Jane), 1 between 40 and 50 (Betsey), 1 between 50 and 60 (Cink). 1 clock. (p. 166)

MARCHANT, John - 1 poll. (p. 166)

MAYBERRY, Jacob - Secs. 2, 35, 36 T. 23 R. 9. Value $9515. Town lot. Nine slaves under 10 (Amy, George, Caroline, Rebecca, Amanda, Dilla, Tanzy, Henry, Milton), 11 between 10 and 20 (Marshall, Jeff, Nilson, Alick, Jack, Wesley, Watler, Robert, Base, Jones, Juliann), 7 between 20 and 30 (Bobb, Mielis, Mintus, Cherry, Alfred, Alburt, Price), 6 between 30 and 40 (Charles, Sam, John, Bill, Harry, Eliza), 1 between 40 and 50 (Fany), 3 between 50 and 60 (Jack, Spicey, Aggy), 1 valueless Mary. 1 clock. Cattle over 20 head, 20. 1 saddle horse $100. Toll bridge $6000. (p. 164-165)

McASKILL, Calen - 1 poll. (p. 163)

McCALLAN, Hugh G. - 1 poll. (p. 165)

McCRIMMAN, C. D. - Secs. 15, 16 T. 23 R. 11 E.; secs. 34, 35 T. 22 R. 11 E.; sec. 3 T. 21 R. 11. Land and improvements $1,350. Two slaves between 10 and 20 (West, Rachel). 1 clock. 1 poll. (p. 164)

McCRIMMAN, John - Secs. 27, 34 T. 22 R. 11. Land and improvements $600. Three slaves under 10 (Ben, Lot, Jerry), 1 between 10 and 20 (Abram), 1 between 20 and 30 (Rachel). 1 clock. 1 poll. (p. 163)

McCULLOUGH, Gabriel - 1 poll. (p. 168)

McCULLOUGH, William - 40 acres of land. Value $300. (p. 168)

McELROY, Jacob - Sec. 6 T. 23 R. 11 E. Value $200. Obadiah LANGSTON, Agent. (p. 169)

McGEHEE, Josiah - Secs. 6, 7 T. 20 R. 12. Value $200. (p. 166)

McGUIRE, Leroy - 1 poll. (p. 168)

McGUIRE, Mariam - Sec. 17 T. 24 R. 11 E. Value $75. One slave between 10 and 20, 1 between 40 and 50. Leroy McGUIRE, Agent. (p. 168)

McILVAIN, Robert - Lawyer $5. Poll tax $0.50. 1 metal clock $0.25. 1 sulky $75. $50 used in shaveing. (p. 164)

McKIGHT, James, decd. By Robert W. GRIFFIN - Secs. 8, 9, T. 21 R. 11. Land and improvements $1,000. Four slaves under 10 (Harrison, Anthoney,Calonce, Harriet), 4 between 10 and 20 (Benjamin, Jerry, Robert, Milly), 4 between 20 and 30 (Moses, Abram, Morris, Crecy). Cattle over 20 head, 10. (p. 163)

McKINNEY, John - 1 poll. (p. 162)

McLAIN, Rufus W. - One slave between 30 and 40 (Betsey), 1 between 20 and 30 (Rose), 4 under 10 (Peyton, Bill, Malinda, Nancy). 1 poll. 1 gold watch. 1 brass clock. At legal interest $500. On hand $315. (p. 165)

McSPADDEN, Daniel C. - 1 poll. (p. 167)

McSPADDEN, Mathew - 1 poll. (p. 168)

McSPADDEN, Nancy P. - sec. 18 T. 23 R. 10. Value $500. 4 slaves under 10 (Horah, Martha, Lawson, an Unnamed infant), 2 between 10 and 20 (Mariah, Nancy), 2 between 20 and 30 Mary, Lewis. 1 wood clock. Daniel C. McSPADDEN, Agent. (p. 167)

McSPADDIN, Samuel P. - Sec. 17 T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $200. 1 poll. 1 slave between 10 and 20 (Sarah). (p. 165)

MOBLEY, Jacob - 160 acres of land in T. 23 R. 11. Value $500. (p. 162)

MOORE, Michael - Sec. 33 T. 22 R. 9. Value $500. (p. 169)

MOORE, Mrs. Rachel - Secs. 29, 32, 33 T. 22 R. 9. Value $1000. Four slaves under 10 (Patience, Mary, Kit, Howard), 1 between 30 and 40 (Eliza). 1 clock. (p. 169)

MOORE, Noah - 1 poll. (p. 166)

MORRISON, Hiram - 1 poll (p. 148)

MUSE, Thomas - 1 poll. (p. 169)

NICHOLS, Willis W. Sec. 15 T. 22 R. 9 E. Value $800. One slave under 10 (Amanda). 1 clock. 1 poll. (p. 170)

OAKLEY, Armstead - Secs. 23, 24 T. 23 R. 11. Value $800. One slave between 20 and 30 (Rhoda), 1 between 40 and 50 (Margaret). Money at legal interet $119. R. H. OAKLEY, Agent. (p. 170)

OAKLEY, Reuben - Sec. 26 T. 23 R. 11. Land and improvements $500. Money on hand $50. Loaned $51. One slave between 10 and 20 (Malinda). 1 poll. (p. 171)

OAKLEY, Richard H. - Sec. 24 T. 23 R. 11 E. Value $100. 1 poll. (p. 170)

OAKLEY, William - Secs. 36 T. 24 R. 11; secs. 12, 22, 23, 27 T. 23 R. 11; secs. 6, 7, 19 T. 23 R. 12; sec. 19 T. 23 R. 11; sec. 31 T. 24 R. 12. 1 poll. (p. 171)

PALMER, Alfred - Sec. 6 T. 22 R. 11. Value $400. 1 poll. (p. 172)

PALMER, Carr - Secs. 3, 20 T. 23 R. 11. Land and improvements $500. 1 poll. (p. 172)

PALMER, Jacob J. - Secs, 4, 9 T. 23 R. 11 E. Land and improvements $230. 1 poll. One slave under 10 (Mariah). (p. 175)

PALMER, Zimri - Secs. 7, 8 T. 22 R. 11. Value $400. One Negro between 20 and 30 (Jim). (p. 173)

PARKER, Joel - Sec. 35 T. 23 R. 11 E. Value $200. 1 poll. (p. 172)

PARKER, John - Secs. 23, 24 T. 24 R. 10 E. (p. 173)

PARKER, Warren - 1 poll. (p. 175)

PARKER, Wilburn - 1 poll. $35 not invested. (p. 172)

PEARCE, William - Secs. 25, 26 T. 24 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $1000. Five slaves under 10 (Milton, Patsey, Emanuel, Elibarger, Samantha), 1 between 10 and 20 (Phebe), 1 between 30 and 40 (Lucy), 1 between 40 and 50 (Simon). 1 clock. (p. 174)

PENKERSON, Joel - 1 poll. (p. 172)

PERSONS, Mrs. Sarah - secs. 26, 27 T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $3.00 per acre. Three slaves under 10 (Tom, Bob, Winney), 2 between 20 and 30 (George, Sally). 1 clock. At legal interest $245. Willis DAVIS, Agent. (p. 174)

PORTER, William - 1 poll. (p. 173)

POTTS, Alfred D. - Sec. 15 T. 23 R. 9. Value $1380. 1 poll. (p. 173)

POWELL, Charles M. - 1 poll. (p. 176)

POWELL, Charles M. Jr. - 1 poll. (p. 173)

PRATT, Absalom Estate - Secs. 21, 28, 30. 33 T. 24 R. 10 E.; secs. 12, 28 T. 23 R. 10 E. One slave between 40 and 50 (Abram), 1 between 20 and 30 (Lindy), 1 under 10 (Lindy's infant). B. L. DEFREESE, Adm. (p. 175-176)

PRATT, Hampton - 80 acres. Value $350. Two slaves under 10 (Shemad?, Lewis). 1 poll. (p. 174)

PRATT, Hopkins Estate by Pulaski WALLACE, adm. - Secs. 28, 29, 32, 33 T. 24 R. 10. Land and improvements $1000. One-half of the public ferry (called Pratts) $100. (p. 175)

RAUSSEAU, Hilloir - Sec. 10 T. 23 R. 10 E. Value $150. (p. 177)

REEVES, M. Estate by Joseph A. BLAKEY, Adm. - Secs. 14, 22, 24, 33, 34 T. 22 R. 9. Value $1600. At legal interest $50. (p. 178)

RICE, Nelson H. - Land value $400. 1 clock. 1 poll. (p. 179)

RICE, Shadrack - Secs. 4, 13 T. 23 R. 10. Value $400. (p. 177)

RICE, William - 1 poll. (p. 178)

RISINGER, George - Sec. 31? T. 20? R. 11; sec. 6 T. 22 R. 11. Value $400. 1 poll. (p. 179)

RISINGER, Jordan - Sec. 10 T. 23 R. 11 E. Land and improvements $400. One slave between 10 and 20 (Louisa), 1 between 20 and 30 (Israel). 1 clock. 1 poll. (p. 177)

RISINGER, Nathaniel - 1 poll (p. 177)

ROADLANDER, James - 1 poll. (p. 176)

RODGERS, George W. - 1 poll (p. 178)

ROTTENBERRY, Charles I. - 1 poll. (p. 179)

ROTTENBERRY, John M. - 1 poll. (p. 179)

ROTTENBERRY, Presley - Secs. 29, 30 T. 23 R. 10. Land and improvements $1000. Two slaves under 10 (Charlotte, Ransom), 3 between 10 and 20 (Vine, Simpson, Daniel). (p. 178)

RUCKER, Wiley - 1 poll. (p. 176)

SAMPLE, James - Secs. 15, 22 T. 23 R. 11 E.; sec. 21 T. 22 R. 12. Value $1000. 1 grist mill $250. Five slaves under 10 (Tobby, Ben, John, Jane, Charity), 3 between 10 and 20 (Amanda, Mary, Sarah), 1 between 20 and 30 (Marshall), 2 between 30 and 40 (Chorge, Jacob), 1 between 40 and 50 (Amstead, blacksmith, valued at $800). 8 head of cattle. (p. 180)

SANFORD, Charles - 1 poll. 1 silver watch. Merchandize. (p. 183)

SAUNDERS, William - 1 poll. (p. l81)

SCHOOLAR, Wm. A. - 1 poll. (p. 183)

SEALS, Thomas - Sec. 6 T. 23 R. 11 E. Land and improvements $800. Two slaves under 10 (Chaney, Jim), 3 between 10 and 20 (Joe, Jacob, Dick), 1 between 30 and 40 (Mary), 1 between 40 and 50 (Nizzy), 2 between 50 and 60 (Mingo, Bob). 1 clock. Cattle over 20 head, 2. (p. 188)

SHACKELFORD, Callen - One slave between 20 and 30 (George). (p. 182)

SMELLEY, Allen - 1 poll. (p. 183)

SMELLEY, James - Secs. 19, 29, 30, 32 T. 23 R. 11 E.; sec. 36 T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $1400. Nine [only 8 listed] slaves under 10 (Tobias, Harrisson, Linda, Addison, Jacob, Rosetta, Peter, Josiah), 7 between 10 and 20 [none listed], 2 between 20 and 30 (Nathan, Pleasant), 1 between 30 and 40 (Nancy), 1 between 40 and 50 (Sally), 1 between 50 and 60 (Zeba). (p. 185)

SMELLEY, William - 1 poll. Signed by James Smelley. (p. 185)

SMELLY, John - 1 poll (p. 186)

SMELLY, Simpson - Sec. 31 T.l 23 R. 11 E.; sec. 6 T. 22 R. 11 E. Land and improvements $300. 1 poll. (p. 187)

SMITH, Adolphus C. F. - Sec. 12 T. 20 R. 11; sec. 7 T. 20 R. 12. Value $600. Saw and grist mill $600. 1 poll. One slave between 40 and 50 (Frank). 1 clock. 1 buggy $30. (p. l81)

SMITH, Ezekiel C. - 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 182)

SMITH, J. N. - Secs. 19, 20, 21, 22 T. 24 R. 11. Value $2000. Eight slaves under 10 (Rosetta, Margaret, Rose, Paralla, Caroline, Washington, West, Corilla), 6 between 10 and 20 (Anderson, Jane, Emanuel, Pulaski, George, Peter). 1 poll. Saw mill $600. At illegal interest $87.50. (p. 182)

SMITHERMAN, James - Sec. 1 T. 22 R. 11; sec. 36 T. 23 R. 11. Land and improvements $300. 1 poll. (p. 185)

SMITHERMAN, Jesse Jr. - 1 poll. (p. 180)

SMITHERMAN, John - Secs. 3, 4, 16 T. 22 R. 11. Land and improvements $800. Three slaves under 10 (Isaac, Simeon, Anderson), 3 between 10 and 20 (Dice, Tobias, Sylva), 2 between 30 and 40 (Charles, Winney). At legal interest $38. 1 clock. 10 head of cattle. (p. 180)

SMITHERMAN, John W. - Sec. 4 T. 22 R. 11. Value $400. At legal interest $300. 1 poll. (p. 186)

SMITHERMAN, Samuel - Sec. 2 T. 22 R. 11. Value $150. (p. 184)

SMITHERMAN, William - Secs. 24, 25 T. 23 R. 11 E. Value $1000. (p. 184)

SNEAD, Henly G. - Secs. 7, 8 T. 22 R. 10. Value $800. One slave between 10 and 20 (Burrie). 1 poll. (p. 186)

SNEAD, Jno. E. - Sec. 31 T. 22 R. 10. Value $200. 1 poll. H. G. SNEAD, Agent. (p. 187)

SNEAD, Margaret - Secs. 7, 30, 31 T. 22 R. 10; sec. 12 T. 22 R. 9. Value $1600. One slave between 50 and 60 (Katy), 1 between 10 and 20 (Lewis). H. G. SNEAD, Agent. (p. 187)

SPINKS, John - 1 poll. (p. 184)

SPINKS, Raleigh - sec. 15 T. 22 R. 11. Value $150. 1 poll. Isaac M. HICKS, Agent. (p. 183)

STANLEY, Samuel - Land value $800. Two slaves under 10 (Edmond, Dick), 2 between 30 and 40 (Bartley, Lucy). 1 clock. 5 head of cattle. (p. 182)

STANLEY, Wilson - 1 poll. (p. 184)

STRICKLAND, Jno. C. - Sec. 32 T. 24 R. 10 E.; sec. 27 T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $300. One slave under 10 (Alfred), 4 between 10 and 20 (Green, Jane, Eve, Tempe). 1 poll. (p. 184)

SUMNER, Isaac N. - 1 poll. (p. 187)

SUTTLE, Jno. W. - Secs. 30, 33 T. 23 R. 10. Land and improvements $800. Seven slaves under 10 (Louisa, Francis, Henry, Letitia, Solomon, 2 names unknown), 3 between 20 and 30 (Bill, Em, Mary), 1 between 30 and 40 (Jim). 1 poll. 1 clock. 1 silver watch. (p. l 81)

SUTTON, Henry W. - Sec. 27 T. 22 R. 11. Value $200. One slave between 10 and 20 (Jeffrey), 2 between 30 and 40 (Ben, Celia), 1 between 40 and 50 (Sarah). 1 jackass. Insurance $5. 1 poll. (p. 186)

TAGGART, David F. - 1 poll. (p. 191)

TATE, James - Secs. 3, 10 T. 23 R. 10 E.; sec. ? T. 24 R. 10. Value $900. 1 poll. (p. 188)

TATE, John - Sec. 4 T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $200. 1 poll. (p. 189)

TATE, Samuel Jr. - Sec. 19 T. 24 R. 11, sec. 24 R. 10. Land and improvements $350. 1 poll. 1 stud horse. Price of insurance $5. At legal interest $5. On hand $23. (p. 189)

TATE, Samuel Sr. - Sec. 3 T. 23 R. 10 E.; secs. 32, 34 T. 24 R. 10 E. Value $1000. Three slaves under 10 (Aleck, Henry, Jim), 2 between 20 and 30 (Jerry, Susan). (p. 189)

TAYLOR, George - Sec. 7, T. 23 R. 10 E. Value $150. 1 poll. (p. 190)THOMPSON, William - 1 poll. (p. 190)

THOMPSON, Wm. - 1 poll. (p. 144)

TRAMMEL, George W. - 1 house and lot in Centreville. Value $500. 1 poll. (p. 189)

TROTT, Jno. C. D. - Sec. 3 T. 23 R. 10 E. Value $225. 1 poll. (p. 192)

TRUCKS, Benjamin - 1 poll (p. 192)

TRUCKS, George - Secs. 26, 35 T. 24 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $1000. (p. 190)

TRUCKS, Jackson - 1 poll. Money on hand $240. (p. 190)

TRUCKS, William - 1 poll. $75 at illegal interest. (p. 191)

TUCKER & TAGGART - Town lots 64, 65, 66 in Centreville. Value $400. Merchandise $739.67. Signed Isaac TUCKER (p. 191)

UNDERWOOD, Nimrod - Sec. 9 T. 24 R. 11. Value $200. 1 poll. (p. 192)

WALKER, Jacob - 1 poll. (p. 198)

WALLACE, Eli - Lots 1 and 2 in sec. 16 T. 22 R. 11 E. Value $200. 1 clock. 1 poll. (p. 199)

WALLACE, Jno. L. - 1 poll. (p. 198)

WALLACE, John P. - 1 poll. (p. 195)

WALLACE, Mathew - Sec. 1 T. 23 R. 10. Land and improvements $1500. Three slaves under 10 (Sarah, James, Edy), 2 between 10 and 20 (Jim, Matilda), 1 between 20 and 30 (Mary). 1 poll. Cattle over 20 head, 4. (p. 198)

WALLACE, PULASKI - Sec. ? T. 24 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $150. (p. 199)

WALLACE, Raleigh - 1 poll. (p. 193)

WALLACE, Thomas E. - 1 poll. (p. 196)

WARD, Alex - 1 poll (p. 193)

WARD, Daniel - Secs. 5, 8 T. 23 R. 11 E. Land and improvements $600. 1 poll. 1 clock. Four slaves under 10 (Jordan, Edmond, Nathan, George), 2 between 10 and 20 (Malinda, _?_), 2 between 30 and 40 (Nelson, Clorissa). (p. 193)

WARD, David - Sec. 8, 9, 16 T. 23 R. 11 E. Land and improvements $3000. Eight slaves under 10 (Martha, Melissa, Alonza, Joseph, Samuel, Shelby, Anlie, Phillip), 6 between 10 and 20 (Andrew, Frank, Emeline, Mary, Pussy, Lucy), 7 between 20 and 30 (Sophia, Mary, James, Primus, Lewis, Price, Prince), 2 beween 30 and 40 (Simon, Nathaniel), 2 between 40 and 50 (Fanny, Jordan). 1 clock. Cattle over 20 head, 4. (p. 197)

WARD, Emanuel - Sec. 9 T. 23 R. 11. Value $600. 3 slaves under 10 (Wade, Ann, Caroline), 1 between 20 and 30 (Lucinda). 1 poll. 1 clock. (p. 194)

WARE, Jonathan - Secs. 27, 23 T. 24 R. 11. Value $240. (p. 193)

WEST, Joshua - Sec. 33 T. 24 R. 10; sec. ? T. 23 R. 11 E. Value $200. (p. 199)

WHATLEY, Ransom - 1 poll. (p. 198)

WILLIAMS, Dr. James M. - 1 poll. At legal interest $107.70. 1 saddle horse $100. Licensed physician $5. (p. 196)

WILSON, James - 1 poll. 1 metal clock. (p. 195)

WILSON, L. W. - Sec. 27 T. 23 R. 9 E. Value $800. Town lots 44 and 45 in Centreville with improvement $400. Lot 69 in Centreville where his office is located, $350. Lots 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, and two unknown lot numbers, $100. One poll. 1 gold watch. 1 saddle horse $150. One slave under 10 (male child, name not given), 4 between 10 and 20 (Tom, Henry, George, Dice), 1 between 20 and 30 (Vine), 1 between 40 and 50 (Jemison). Money loaned $200. Professional income $1200. (p. 197)

WOOD, David L. - Secs. 31, 32 T. 24 R. 11 E. Value $175. 3 slaves under 10 (Martha, Margarett, Alescander), 5 between 10 and 20 (Pinkney, Ellen, Catherine, Elias, Charles), 1 between 30 and 40 (Kitty). 1 poll. (p. 196)

WOOD, William - 1 poll. 1 clock. One slave between 10 and 20 (Monroe). (p. 197)

WOODS, Joseph - Sec. ? T. 23 R. 11 E.; secs. 12, 13 T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $1800. Slaves under 10 (David, Sparta, Ned, Henry, Jackson, Jarratt, Milton, Sarah, Mariah, Melissa, Matilda, Peyton, Beck, Perry, Ellen, Monroe, Charlotte), between 10 and 20 (Ben, Omer), between 20 and 30 (Milly, Louisa, Clara, Tom, Bill, Robert), between 30 and 40 (Cane, Hannah). 1 clock. 1 barauche worth $250. (p. 195)

WOODS, Robert W. - Sec. 6 T. 23 R. 11 E.; sec. 31 T. 24 R. 11. Value $1300. 1 poll. Two slaves under 10 (Mariah, Benjamin), 1 between 10 and 20 (Robinson), 2 between 20 and 30 (George, Eliza). Cattle over 20 head, 2. $65 at interest. 1 wood clock. (p. 194)

WOOLLY, George M. - Sec. 8 T. 22 R. 11 E. Value $300. 1 poll. (p. 196)

WOOLLY, Reason - 1 poll. (p. 195)

WOOLLY, Zacheus - Sec. 30 T. 23 R. 11 E.; sec. 25 T. 23 R. 10 E. Land and improvements $1000. 2 clocks. Money on hand $100. (p. 194)

WYERS, John - 1 poll. (p. 193)

 

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