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Letter to Helen Bullitt Massie from General Henry Massie mentioning people they enslave, January 4th, 1811.

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A letter from General Henry Massie to his wife, Helen Bullitt Massie, mentioning Old Bowsan, Fanny, and Jim, dated January 4th, 1811. Old Bowsan, Fanny, and Jim are all enslaved by the Massie or Bullitt families.

Letter to Helen Bullitt Massie from Henry Massie discussing the people they enslave, January 4th, 1811.

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A letter from Henry Massie (Oxmoor) to Helen Bullitt Massie (Chilicothe, Ohio), dated January 4th, 1811. Henry writes about the condition of the people they enslave. He mentions the following people by name: Bonser, Fanny, Jim, Luie, Luber, William,…

Letter to John C. Bullitt from Susan P. Bullitt concerning the death of Fanny and the health of other people enslaved by the Bullitt family, October 13th, 1844.

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A letter from Susan Peachy Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her brother John C. Bullitt (Lexington), dated October 13th, 1844. Susan Bullitt reports on the condition of the slaves, saying Fannie died and Lydia was much better. There is also a mention of Henry…

Letter to John C. Bullitt from Mildred Ann Bullitt concerning slave labor, August 7th, 1841.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son John C. Bullitt (Danville), dated August 7th, 1841. Mildred Ann Bullitt informs John on the daily lives of the people she enslaves. She writes that "Nathan is delighted at being among the very…

Receipt to John Willett for attending to people enslaved by Captain A. Steele, March 13th, 1807.

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A receipt of funds transferred from Capt. A. Steele to John Willettbill for attending to the health of Steele's family, and the families of people Steele enslaves, including "negro Tom" and a "negro child" (sometimes abbreviated to "n. child"). The…