Inventory of Alexander Scott Bullitt's estate, June 8th, 1816.

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Title

Inventory of Alexander Scott Bullitt's estate, June 8th, 1816.

Description

An account of Alexander Scott Bullitt's estate after his death in 1815. This account lists all of the people Alexander Scott Bullitt enslaved, and who they would be transferred to after his death, including: Young Jimmy, Bol, Young Molly, Stafford, Matthew, Old Phill, Old Rose, Old Abby, Pris, Big Rachael, Big George, Jerry, Lucinda, Young Dave, Dry Run Dave, Lucy Jenkins, Cale, Mima, Violet (her three children Albert, George, Stephen), Amy (and her child Selva), Big Harry, Hannah Sinai (and her child Eli), Welles, Ned, Barcus, Dry Run Mose, Rachel (and her two children Jerry and William), Rachel (and her children Harrison, Jacob, Ruth, and Nelly), Polly, Pris, Letty, Young Moses, Little John, Abram, Big Bill, Hope, Little Bill, Celia (and her three youngest children, Titus, Dolly, and Abraham), Betsy, Young Rachel (and her three children Sally, Elliot, and an infant), Dinah (and her child Louisa), Ake, Amy, Frank, Big Jack, Cambell, Jim, Stephen, Zack, Lydia (and her youngest child Lucy), Lidia (and her children Aggy and Anthony), Old Jimmy, Winny (and her four youngest children John, Nancy, Sam, and Willis), Venus (and her child Maria), Old Polly, Tener, Sam, Sarah (and her child Harry), Peter, Old Judah, Charles, Molly Perkins (and her two children Sam and Sally), Daniel, Kisea (and her two youngest children, Penny and Jack, and her two oldest children, Matilda and Adam), Darkey (and her child Mary), Dry Run Jude (and her two children Charles and Winney).

Creator

Alexander Scott Bullitt

Source

Manuscript Collection, Bullitt Family Papers, The Filson Historical Society

Publisher

The Filson Historical Society, Special Collections

Date

1816-06-08

Contributor

Johansen, Emma

Rights

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Language

en

Type

Text

Identifier

Mss_A_B937c-0041_002