The last will and testament of William Christian, dated March 13th, 1786. This document lists the forty-seven people he enslaved and who they will be transferred to upon his death. The people William Christian enslaved are named as follows: James Kavanaugh, James Lumpkins, Peter, Lewis, Titus, John, Dinah and her child Wilson, Tom Body, Sarah, Hannah, Edincurg, Cloe, Little Jame, Jenny and their children Sarah, Adam, Betty, Jenny, and Moses, Noah, York, Sam, his wife Ruth, and their children Bill, Poll, Luke, Tom, and Little Sam, Phebe, Riah, Ben, Delphi, Simon, Lydia, Hannibal, Cesar, Will Trigg, Charles Trigg, Jame Trigg, Venus, Ben, Billey, Melissa, Betty, Harry, Tom Body, and Salley. He bequeaths the people he enslaved to his wife, Anne Christian, and advises her to create a road connecting Oxmoor and Alexander Scott Bullitt's home. Alexander Scott Bullitt married Priscilla Christian, William Christian's daughter.
A letter from A. Christian to their sister, presumably Anne Fleming, dated April 29th, 1784. In the letter, Christian discusses Polly and Phebe, two women enslaved by the Christian family, and the labor in the home. Only a transcript of the letter is available.