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Estill County Deeds

Submitted by Kellie Scott


* Researcher notes:  I did not copy all the information in the Estill deeds.  I just noted the slaves.  I did notice that most of the slaves mentioned were either used as collateral on a mortgage or given as gifts.  If you think any of these are your family, I would strongly advise that you order the whole deed to give you clues to your ancestors.

18 May 1837  Richard Young to Nicholas Merrill  3 slaves Albert age 6, Manuel abt 4 and George abt 3

12 June 1838  Robt Clark mortgage to Henry Thomas .......mentions negro man Franky

11 October 1837  Joel White mortgage to Lewis Moore  slaves  Jacob, George, Peter, Nathan and William

9 April 1840  henry  Beatty mortgage to ? mentions: Benjamin, Delila and her 3 children Jackson, Mary, Joseph, Fanny and her 3 children  Betsy, Tony and George

7 May 1840  Milton G. Mize mortgage to Isaac Mize  negro woman named Dapney, girl Betty, girl Diana, boy Ferdinan, boy French

25 Oct 1839  Mary Broaddus of Madison give to my daughter Catherine Price my negro girl Sarah
Deed Book g page 120

23 Dec 1840 Heirs of Abraham Gum mentions slaves Godfrey, Dorcus and her children

Deed Bk g page 125  Eleanor Henderson mort to William Warner- negro girl Fanny and a girl Samira

Deed Book Gpage 128  20 Feb 1841 Simpson Park mortage to John White and Samuel Jackson mentions negroes Jacob, William, Jensey, America and Jane

Book G page 147  26 March 1841  ? mortage to Alfred Warner  1 negro boy named Samuel and 1 girl Phillis

3 May 1841  Isaac Mize mortgage to Andrew Broaddus  negro boy 18 years old, negro girl Lucretia about 13, small yellow girl about 9  Book G page 154

30 May 1841  Ansel Daniels mort to Simeon Cockrill, negroe girl Sally, negro boy Jack age 11

3 May 1841  Book G page 157  Milton G. Mize mortgage  negro girl Betsy about 9

30 May 18441  Book G page 161  Nancy Hume to daughter Louise Frances Park negro slave Martha

5 May 1841  Book G page 163 Jackson Smith Co..............woman Dicey and Mary Jane  Book 6 oage 163
9 April 1840
 

8 May 1841 John M. Moore to Lewis Moore and Joseph Wilson negro girl Tamer Book G page 169

1 Jan 1841 Book G page 171 John Park mortgage to Solomon Park-slaves mentioned Randolph, Beck, Racheal and Mariah

12 May 1841 Milton Mize mortgage to Levi Flyn negro woman Daphney age abot 45  Book g page 171

May 12 1841  Joseph Wilson mortgage to Daniel White, negro boy, Randall, negor boy Jesse age 10, woman Fanny  Book G page 171

24 May 1841 Jack H. Martin mortgage to Squire Finney slaves Howard and Hector Book G page 173

29 May 1841 Ben E. Scrivner mortgage to James Scrivner, negro girl Sally, Mustang, man of color
Book G page 174

30 June 1841 Simpson Park mort to Nancy Blackwell, negro woman named Rebecca Book G page 179

3 June 1841 Morton Pricem a deed of gift to Matilda Clark, negro woman Mariah Book G page 180