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1766 June 27
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1766 June 27
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Language
eng
Summary
Livery of seisin, 27 June 1766, for slaves from Gabriel Jones and his wife Mary Jones of Culpeper County, Virginia, to their children, Lucy Poindexter, Jeane Gray, Elizabeth Green, Dorothy Johnston, and Gabriel Jones, Jr. The slaves were originally part of the estate of John Edmondson of Essex County, Virginia, who was the first husband of Mary Jones. The document makes reference to an earlier deed for these slaves from Thomas Wiatt, husband of Sukey Edmondson Wiatt, only daughter of John Edmondson and Mary Edmondson (Jones) to Gabriel and Mary Jones' children. This document is incomplete
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Biographical or historical data
Gabriel Jones was born about 1715 and was living in Culpeper County, Virginia, by 1766. He married Mary Boughan Edmondson, widow of John Edmondson (d. ca. 1733) of Essex County, Virginia, sometime after 1733. They had at least five children. Mary Jones had one daughter by her first marriage, Sukey Edmondson, who married Thomas Wiatt of Essex County.
Cataloging source
Vi
Form designation
Livery of seisin
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
4
Immediate source of acquisition
Bookworm and Silverfish
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000503040
Type of unit
p.

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