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Articles of agreement between William Christian Bullitt and Archibald Dixon, dated January 1st, 1864 in Henderson county, Kentucky. The agreement hires the following enslaved people to Archibald Dixon in Union for the year of 1864, along with the prices assigned to them: George, Dick, Armstead, Billy, Ike, Bill, John Gordon (with Frank, who is blind, and children Nelly, Bobb, Alfred, Harrison, and Jack), Rody, Lizzy, Rose, and Rose’s children.
Undated documents listing people enslaved by William C. Bullitt at Cottonwood plantation, including people hired out to Archibald Dixon and William Soaper.Undated documents listing people enslaved by William C. Bullitt at Cottonwood plantation, some of whom were hired out to Archibald Dixon and William Soaper. One document lists the names of people enslaved by William Christian Bullitt, who they were loaned to, and for how much. Another document lists the names of enslaved people, as well as what clothing they owned. The following enslaved people are mentioned by name, on the first page: Bill, John, Bobb, Rody, Lizzy, Nelly, Daniel, Jim, Parker, Alek, Joe, and Diana. On the second page: Samuel, Cole, Billy, Ike, Harry, Jim, George, Dick, Daniel, Armstead, Sam, Jim, Billy, Ike, Parker, George, Simon, and Louisa Taylor (labelled as Teush). On the third page: Simon, Harry, Jim, Billy, Daniel, Ike, Parker, George, Richard, Coleman, Samuel, Washington, Sam, Armstead, and Rose with her three children.
Deed to Cottonwood plantation gifted to Dr. Henry Chenoweth from William C. Bullitt, January 1st, 1860.A deed from William Christian Bullitt to Henry Chenoweth, dated January 1st, 1860. Dr. Henry Chenoweth was married to Helen Martin Bullitt, William C. Bullitt's daughter. This deed grants Chenoweth half of the Cottonwood plantation, as well as the following people enslaved there: Jim, Sidney, Lucy and her child, Simon, Daniel, Samuel, Washington, Coleman, Jim, George, Richard, Billy, Armstead, Ike, Judy, and Rose and her four children.