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J. [Dinend?], Baltimore County Justice of the Peace: Autograph document signed, July 18, 1818, permission for Ignatius Shorter, a black man, to go to Frederick Town to obtain a copy of his certificate of freedom, which was destroyed in a barn fire; on verso, oath made to Thomas W. Morgan, Frederick County Justice of the Peace, on July 22, 1818, by Nace Shorter that his certificate of freedom was destroyed in a barn fire, July 18, 1818 - July 22, 1818

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

Abstract

J. [Dinend?], Baltimore County Justice of the Peace: Autograph document signed, July 18, 1818, permission for Ignatius Shorter, a black man, to go to Frederick Town to obtain a copy of his certificate of freedom, which was destroyed in a barn fire; on verso, oath made to Thomas W. Morgan, Frederick County Justice of the Peace, on July 22, 1818, by Nace Shorter that his certificate of freedom was destroyed in a barn fire, [Baltimore County], July 18, 1818 - July 22, 1818.

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