Florida Slave Notices

Source: Charleston Courier  Vol. XIX

Transcibed by Toni Carrier

USF Africana Heritage Project

Oct. 2005

 

 

Harrison, Robert. Notice, St. Augustine Florida Herald  Amelia Island, FL

Source: St. Augustine Florida Herald

Vol. VIII no. 26, June 23, 1830

Transcribed by Toni Carrier

 

Notice

All person or persons, are cautioned against trading for a note of mine, in favour of Joseph A. Matair, dated on or about the 30th of April last,  for one hundred and fifty dollars, at sixty days. As the said note was given in part payment of a mulatto girl, named Grace, purchased from said Matair, and since the purchase have discovered, the said girl to be under mortgage; consequently, I am determined, not to pay said note until the mortgage is staisfied.

 

Robt. Harrison

Amelia Island, 1st June, 1830

 

 

Houston, John. Marshal's Sale, St. Augustine, FL

Source: St. Augustine Florida Herald

Vol. VIII no. 26, June 23, 1830

Transcribed by Toni Carrier

 

Marshal's Sale

By virtue of a writ of venditiona exponas issued out of Superior Court for the District of East Florida and to me directed and delivered, I will expose to sale in front of the Court house in the city of St. Augustine on Tuesday the 2nd day of August next at 1 o'clock, P.M. two negro men named Mingo and March taken as the property of John Houston, at the suit of Jacob P. Henry.

 

W. Smith, Marshal

June 3, 1830

 

 

Poirier, Peter. Marsha'l Sale, St. Augustine, FL

Source: St. Augustine Florida Herald

Vol. VIII no. 44, October 28, 1830

Transcribed by Toni Carrier

 

Marshal's Sale

By virtue of a writ of fieri Facias issued out of the Superior court for the District of East Florida, and to me directed and delivered, I will expose to public sale in front of the court house in the city of St. Augustine, on Wednesday, the 3d day of November next, at 1 o'clock, p.m., two negro men, one named Tony, and one named Davis, and one negro girl named Mary -- taken as the property in part of Peter Poirier, at the suit of Francis

 

Richard.

Waters Smith, Marshal

October 13, 1830

 

 

Sams, Edward H. Notice of Marshal's Sale of Montrose

Source: St. Augustine Florida Herald

Vol. VIII no. 19, May 5, 1830

Transcribed by Toni Carrier

 

Marshal's Sale

By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issued by the Superior Court for the district of East Florida and to me directed and delivered, I will expose to public sale in front of the Court house of the city of St. Augustine on Tuesday, the first of June next at one o'clock, P.M. of that day a negro man named Montrose taken as the property of Edward H. Sams, at the suit of Hugh H. Proudfoot. -- Terms cash.

 

Waters Smith, Marshal

April 26, 1830

 

 

Mitchell, Peter. Sale of John, St. Augustine, FL
Source: St. Augustine Florida Herald
Vol. VIII no. 27, June 30, 1830
Transcribed by Toni Carrier

For Sale
A negro man, of the name of John, formerly owned by Peter Mitchell, Esq. For terms apply to Mrs. Mary A Sanchez or A Poujaud, Agent.

June 23
 

 

Doyle, Edward. Sheriff's Sale of Eve and Her Children, and Cudjo Gadsden County, FL, June 5, 1832
Source: Tallahassee Floridian, June 12, 1832
Transcribed and Submitted by Toni Carrier

Marshal's Sale.
By virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued from the Clerk's Office of the Superior Court for Leon County, I shall on Saturday the 2d June
next, in front of the Court House in the City of Tallahassee, proceed to sell for Cash, to the highest bidder, Negro Woman named Eve,

and her three mulatto children, also, A Negro Man named CUDJO--levied upon as the property of Edmund Doyle, deceased, to
satisfy an execution in favor of John G. Greaves. Sale within legal hours.

Thos. Eston Randolph
U.S. Marshal, M.D.F.
38
May 1, 1832

The Sale of the above Property is postponed until Tuesday the 12th instant.
 

 

Hamlen, J.G. & N. Runaway Slave Ad for Gim, Quincy, Gadsden County, FL March 13, 1832
Source: Tallahassee Floridian, April 3, 1832
Transcribed and Submitted by Toni Carrier

NOTICE
Ranaway from the subscribers at Magnolia about the 25th ult., a Mulatto man by the name of Gim belonging to L.&M. A. Armistead, of
Quincy. The man is about 30 years of age, four feet and eight inches in height. The public are requested to take him and commit him to the
nearest Goal.

J.G. & N. Hamlen

March 13th 1832 30tf
 

 

Nelms, Wm. Notice of Sale of 4 Slaves, Tallahassee, Leon County, FL
Source: Tallahassee Floridian, Sept. 28, 1831
Transcribed and Submitted by Toni Carrier

FOR SALE
Will be sold on the Capital Square in Tallahassee, on the 24th day of October next, 4 prime Negro Boys.

Wm. Nelms
 

 

Simson, Edward, Estate of. Notice of Slave Sale, Tallahassee, Leon County, FL May 8, 1832
Source: Tallahassee Floridian, June 12, 1838
Transcribed and Submitted by Toni Carrier

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE
Will be sold at public outcry, at the residence of the late Edward Simson, the personal property of the deceased, and two Negro
Women: Terms, Credit--Notes and approved securities required. Further particulars on day of sale, which will be on Tuesday the tenth

of July next.

Tho Simson, Adm'r
May 8, 1832 38 8W