A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son John C. Bullitt (Danville), dated July 13th, 1842. Mildred Ann Bullitt informs John of the enslaved peoples at Oxmoor plantation who are ill, and that James has been weaned from Beck, an enslaved woman. In this letter, George is confirmed to be Lucinda's son.
A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son John C. Bullitt (Danville), dated February 9th, 1842. Mildred Ann Bullitt informs him of family illnesses and says that "the black family have kept unusually well," and that they are breaking hemp, which has exceeded William's expectations. She tells him which enslaved people were the fastest hemp breakers: Jim, Harry, and Nathan.
A letter from Susan Peachy Bullitt (Louisville) to her brother John C. Bullitt (Danville), dated January 25th, 1842. Susan Bullitt mentions the slaves that have gotten married lately on the Oxmoor plantation, including: Beck (now Becky Howard), her husband Harry Howard, Aunt Betsy, Betsy's husband Uncle Jack, Caroline, Caroline's husband Ben, and Jimmy. A Thomas Moore and a "Benny Bell" are mentioned, but it is unknown if they were enslaved.