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Walnut Hill Plantation Register of Enslaved Births and Deaths, 1860-1876

Walnut Hill Plantation Register of Enslaved Births and Deaths, 1860-1876

Date
1860 (circa)
Description
This register lists the the names and dates of birth of persons enslaved by, and freedmen working for, Thomas A. Bradford, with birth dates ranging from 1802-1876.
Collection
Treaty Between the United States of America and the Creek and Seminole Tribes of Indians, 1845

Treaty Between the United States of America and the Creek and Seminole Tribes of Indians, 1845

Date
1845-03-06
Description
A treaty signed between the United States and the Creek and Seminole tribes regarding land use.
Collection
Slave Bill of Sale, 1842

Slave Bill of Sale, 1842

Date
1842
Description
Slave bill of sale resulting from a foreclosure on the mortgage of William Maner of Gadsden County, Florida. Maner had mortgaged three slaves, Joannah, Jeff, and Sarah to the Union Bank. The mortgage was record by the Gadsden County Clerk of Court. Edward C. Cabell and Charles H. Dupont were appointed commissioners by the Leon County Superior Court to effect the sale of the three slaves after Maner was unable to meet his obligations on the mortgage. The slaves were sold to William Monroe at public auction for $700. The ages of the slaves are not listed.
Collection
Slave Bill of Sale Between Wilson Harrison and William Perkins, 1846

Slave Bill of Sale Between Wilson Harrison and William Perkins, 1846

Date
1846-04-20
Description
Receipt for sale of an enslaved boy named Meck. William Perkins purchased the enslaved boy from Wilson Harrison for the amount of $600.
Collection
Slave Bill of Sale Between Thomas G. Gaskins and William Perkins, 1850

Slave Bill of Sale Between Thomas G. Gaskins and William Perkins, 1850

Date
1850-08-21
Description
Receipt for sale of an enslaved boy named William and an enslaved girl named Sophia. William Perkins purchased the enslaved boy and girl from Thomas G. Gaskins for the amount of $1200.
Collection
Slave Bill of Sale Between John Beavans and William Perkins, 1855

Slave Bill of Sale Between John Beavans and William Perkins, 1855

Date
1855-01-05
Description
Receipt for sale of enslaved men named William and Ben. William Perkins purchased the enslaved men from John Beavans for the amount of $2000.
Collection
Slave Bill of Sale Between John B. Elliott and William Perkins, 1858

Slave Bill of Sale Between John B. Elliott and William Perkins, 1858

Date
1858-03-04
Description
Receipt for sale of an enslaved woman named Jane. William Perkins purchased the enslaved woman from John B. Elliott for the amount of $575.
Collection
Slave Bill of Sale Between George E. Dennis and William Perkins, 1853

Slave Bill of Sale Between George E. Dennis and William Perkins, 1853

Date
1853-09-24
Description
Receipt for sale of an enslaved woman named Sally, and her five children, Soloman, Catherine, Julia, Andersen and Adeline. William Perkins purchased the enslaved people from George E. Dennis for the amount of $4250.
Collection
Promissory Notes from William Perkins to the Pensacola & Georgia Railroad Company, 1859

Promissory Notes from William Perkins to the Pensacola & Georgia Railroad Company, 1859

Date
1859-07-01
Description
Promissory notes from William Perkins to the Pensacola & Georgia Railroad Company, each for $250.
Collection
Petition to Governor Moseley to Organize a Militia to Fight in the Mexican War, 1846

Petition to Governor Moseley to Organize a Militia to Fight in the Mexican War, 1846

Date
1846-10-03
Description
A list of citizens in Duval County who petitioned Governor William Moseley to grant a charter for their intended rifle company to fight in the Mexican War.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
m85-10_b001_f01_01Walnut Hill Plantation Register of Enslaved Births and Deaths, 1860-1876textSlavery -- Florida
Plantations -- Florida
Genealogy
Freedmen Florida
African Americans--Statistics, Vital
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flc_970.1-u58-1845Treaty Between the United States of America and the Creek and Seminole Tribes of Indians, 1845textCreek Indians
Seminole Indians
Ethnicity, Native American
Seminole Indians -- Treaties
Creek Indians -- Treaties
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slms_ms127_01Slave Bill of Sale, 1842textSlavery
Slave bills of sale
Mortgages
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m91-5_b011_f15_06Slave Bill of Sale Between Wilson Harrison and William Perkins, 1846textSlave bills of sale
Slavery
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m91-5_b011_f15_05Slave Bill of Sale Between Thomas G. Gaskins and William Perkins, 1850textSlave bills of sale
Slavery
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m91-5_b011_f15_04Slave Bill of Sale Between John Beavans and William Perkins, 1855textSlave bills of sale
Slavery
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m91-5_b011_f15_07Slave Bill of Sale Between John B. Elliott and William Perkins, 1858textSlave bills of sale
Slavery
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m91-5_b011_f15_02Slave Bill of Sale Between George E. Dennis and William Perkins, 1853textSlave bills of sale
Slavery
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m91-5_b011_f12_03Promissory Notes from William Perkins to the Pensacola & Georgia Railroad Company, 1859textRailroad companies
Railroads
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s2153_b004_f10_01Petition to Governor Moseley to Organize a Militia to Fight in the Mexican War, 1846textFlorida -- Militia
Mexican War, 1846-1848
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