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1850 Apr. 10
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1850 Apr. 10
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eng
Summary
Letter, 10 April 1850, from James T. Dickinson (b. 1817) of Louisa County, Virginia, to his brother-in-law William W. Davis (ca. 1806-1897) of Rockbridge County, Virginia, informing Davis that he has entered a deed in the Louisa County Court records in which he sells his interest in the slaves of Mary Dickinson's (1784-1858), his mother, life estate to Davis. Dickinson also sends greetings to his sister Ann (Lucy Ann Overton) Dickinson Davis (1815-1866). The deed Dickinson mentions is located in Louisa County Deed Book BB, 1849-1851, p. 23
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James T. Dickinson was born 6 April 1817 at Belle Isle in Louisa County, Virginia, to James Cole Dickinson (1781-1844) and Mary Sandridge Dickinson (1784-1858). Dickinson became a successful planter and lived at Palo Alto in Louisa County. He married Columbia Waddy (ca. 1822-1860) 29 December 1840, and they had thirteen children.
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Letter
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  • The Library of Virginia
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2
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Volz, Carl M.
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001530473
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p.

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