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District of Columbia free Negro registers, 1821-1861

Dorothy S. Provine

District of Columbia free Negro registers, 1821-1861

by Dorothy S. Provine

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Published by Heritage Books in Bowie, Md .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Washington (D.C.)
    • Subjects:
    • Free African Americans -- Washington (D.C.) -- Registers.,
    • Washington (D.C.) -- Genealogy.,
    • Washington (D.C.) -- Registers.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesManumission and emancipation record, 1821-1861.
      Statement[compiled and edited by] Dorothy S. Provine.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF205.N4 P76 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. (728 p.) :
      Number of Pages728
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL618140M
      ISBN 100788405063
      LC Control Number96216196
      OCLC/WorldCa35793874

      (Certificate of Freedom No. , recorded Octo , Dorothy S. Provine, District of Columbia Free Negro Registers, , Vol.3, p) A final curiosity: in the years after Henrietta Steptoe’s death her older daughter Rebecca is occasionally listed in records as white. The Catholic Barkers, a Free Colored Family of Georgetown, DC For notes on the Methodist Barkers of Georgetown, see Murray Barker and his Descendants. Andrew Barker. Free colored man (Certificates and , Dorothy S. Provine, District of Columbia Free Negro Registers, ). Always listed as a plasterer by profession, which seems to have meant, in the understatement characteristic.

      District of Columbia Free Negro Registers , Volume I/Dorothy S. Provine Heritage Books District of Columbia Free Negro Registers , Volume II/Dorothy S. Provine Heritage Books Blount County Tennessee Deeds, Deed Book 1, /Jane Kizer Thomas Heritage Books Clarke County Virginia Personal. • District of Columbia Free Negro Registers, (FN4P76 ) • Free African Americans of Maryland including Allegany, Anne Arundel, Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Frederick, Kent, Montgomery, Queen Ann’s, and St. Mary’s Counties (EH95 ) • Free African Americans of Maryland and.

        He was seated at a table covered with piles of reference books: “Freedom and Slavery Documents in the District of Columbia,” “District of Columbia Free Negro Register: District of Columbia interments (index to deaths), January 1, to J FW18 P55 Provine, Dorothy S. District of Columbia free Negro registers, FN4 P76 (VOL ) Provine, Dorothy S. Alexandria County, Virginia free Negro registers FA4 P76 General Topics Religion.


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Provine, Heritage Books, Bowie, Maryland See the introduction to volume 1 for a discussion the various types of manumission and "certificates of freedom" used in the District of Columbia.

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District of Columbia Free Negro Registers 2 vols. Heritage Books, Abstracts of freedom registers, some with physical descriptions, a few with family members named. Index is in the second volume. Includes both black and white Magruders. Provine, Dorothy, compiler.

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A book by Erma Miller Angevine from Research In the States, a series of the National Genealogical Society. District of Columbia Free Negro Registers - Dorothy S. Provine. This set contains abstracts of official registrations of free status by non-slave African American residents of antebellum Washington, D.C.

Four of the five original volumes have survived; the one for – is. Provine, Dorothy S. District of Columbia free Negro registers, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 2 v. ( p.) F N4 P76 Roberts, Kevin. African-Virginian extended kin: the prevalence of West African family forms among slaves in Virginia, Blacksburg, VA: 95 p.

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Genealogy. Bedford County, Virginia Order Book 1, Miami Beach, Florida. Botetourt MS A List of Free Negroes & Mulattoes [OrdersLoose Papers] photocopied by the Clerk of Botetourt County. Genealogy books related to research in Washington, DC. District of Columbia Free Negro Registers Dorothy S.

Provine / Paperback / Published. Freedom & Slavery Documents in the District of Columbia, Vol. 3 Baltimore, MD: Otter Bay Books, p. /GC Rf/ Rogers, Helen Hoban. Freedom & Slavery Documents in the District of Columbia -- Recorder of Deeds Office: Bills of Sale, Certificates of Freedom, Certificates of Slavery, Emancipations, Manumissions.You could also investigate the possibility that your Prue ancestors were free prior to the end of slavery by searching collections such as District of Columbia Free Negro Registers, "Register of Free Negroes & Mulattoes," etc.

The following record is transcribed from the original now in the manuscript collection of the University of Virginia. The register was copied into the back of a contemporary town expense ledger and is among a variety of official town records made available on microfilm as "Alexandria City Papers.