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.
A letter from Helen Bullitt Massie (Louisville) to Henry Massie (Chilicothe, Ohio), dated July 12th, 1816. Helen writes about Peter, a man she enslaves, and says, "Peter has behaved uncommonly well since his runaway trip." She also mentions Ralph and William, two other men enslaved by the Massie family.
A letter from Helen Bullitt Massie (Richmond, Virginia) to her husband Henry Massie (Washington D. C.), dated September 22nd, 1811. Helen Massie Bullitt writes about Peter, a man enslaved by the Massie family, as well as Agnes, Betsy, and Nancy.
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, Robert.