Inventory of Richard Prather's estate, dated November 23rd, 1815. Samuel Churchill is requesting some of Richard Prather’s estate, and the document mentions Alexander Scott Bullitt hiring some of the people enslaved by Richard Prather.
Articles of Agreement between Mary Prather and Alexander Scott Bullitt, dated October 19th, 1815. Mary Prather is hiring Rose, a woman enslaved by Alexander Scott Bullitt, on behalf of her husband, Richard Prather.
A list of allocations of Richard Prather's estate after his death, dated 1801 to 1806. This inventory was conducted in Nelson County, and mentions thirteen enslaved people being transferred to J. Hobbes and eight enslaved people being transferred to Mrs. Mary Prather (Richard's widow) by Mr. J. P. Oldham. Milly, an enslaved girl, was transferred to Mrs. Mary Prather from Richard Ferguson in 1806.