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Judges' decision that Thomas Johnson of Loudoun County, Virginia, is the owner of Negro slaves Ben, Sandy, Lawney, and Jess who are forgemen, also George, Grace (the wife of Negro Jess) and her daughters Bett, Lily and Jane, all acquired from the will of his father James Johnson of Frederick County, August 14, 1812

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  • Slavery -- Maryland
  • African Americans
  • 1811-1820
  • North America
  • United States Of America
  • Maryland

Abstract

Judges' decision that Thomas Johnson of Loudoun County, Virginia, is the owner of Negro slaves Ben, Sandy, Lawney, and Jess who are forgemen, also George, Grace (the wife of Negro Jess) and her daughters Bett, Lily and Jane, all acquired from the will of his father James Johnson of Frederick County [Frederick County], August 14, 1812.

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