Slave Information from Various Loudoun County, Virginia Documents

Documents dated
13 Dec 1809
to
30 June 1861

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This information has been collected from a variety of Loudoun Co., Virginia documents in an attempt to collect names of the slaves held by the families I am researching. This is by no means a complete listing, but is being made available as an aid to other Loudoun Co. researchers. Please feel free to contact me Sue Beach at sdbeach22@gmail.com if you have questions.
DATE SLAVES OWNERS SOURCE
of
INFORMATION
COMMENTS
13 Dec 1809 Peter (man)
Ned (boy)
Milly (girl)
William Fox
Mary Fox
Alfred B. Fox
Will of William Fox: Loudoun Co., VA: Will Book I, pg 121; will signed 12/13/1809; will probated 2/12/1810 "...I give to my...wife Mary Fox my Negro man Peter, my Negro boy Ned and my Negro girl Milly during her [Mary's] natural life. And at her death to be equally divided amongst my children [Alfred B. Fox, Bushrod M. Fox, Mary Fox, Francis Fox, and Elizabeth Fox] but if Milly should have any children "it is my will...that they should have their freedom when they arrive at the age of 25 years"...my Negro man Peter...[to go to] Alfred B. Fox ... when he arrives to the age of 21 years..."
27 Feb 1810 George (boy)
other unnamed slaves
Joseph Braden (Sr)
Robert Braden (III)
unnamed family members
Will of Joseph Braden (Sr): Loudoun Co., VA Will Book I, pg 216-218: will signed 2/27/1810; will probated 6/11/1810 "...my will...is that my negroes and personal estate shall be sold immediately after my decease and the money from the same to be equally divided among my daughters..., but my desire [is] that the Negroes may be kept in the Family."
14 June 1810 Alexander (lad) 
Jane (girl)
Joseph Braden (Sr)
Sarah Braden
Allotment of dower for Sarah Braden: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book I, pg 359-360, dated 6/14/1810 for her dower as Joseph's widow, Sarah was alloted, "one negro lad named Alexander and one negro girl named Jane..."
22 June 1810 Mavis (girl)
Jefferson (boy)
Joseph (lad)
Harriet (girl)
child (unnamed)
woman (unnamed)
Joseph Braden (Sr)
Joseph White
Thomas Lacey
John Braden
Mary Fox
George Meferion
Accounting of sale of property of Joseph Braden (Sr): Loudoun Co., VA Will Book I, pg 352-357; sale took place June 22, 1810 girl Mavis sold to Joseph White (son-in-law of Joseph Braden Sr) for $112;
boy Jefferson sold to Thomas Lacey (son-in-law of Joseph Braden) for $165;
lad Joseph sold to John Braden (son of Joseph Braden Sr) for $555;
girl Harriet sold to Mary Fox (daughter of Joseph Braden, Sr) for $175;
unnamed child sold to Thomas Lacey (son-in-law of Joseph Braden Sr) for $103; 
unnamed woman sold to George Meferion (not family member) for $250
12 June 1811 unnamed slaves Joseph Braden (Sr)
Sarah Braden
Final Accounting of estate of Joseph Braden Sr: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book K, pg 84; accounting dated 6/12/1811 account did not include the "Widows Dower" because Sarah Braden had "taken her third of the negroes which were not sold"
5 Sept 1811 Kate ?
Rifton ?
other unnamed slaves
Timothy Hixson
Margaret Hixson
Timothy's heirs
Will of Timothy Hixson, Loudoun Co., VA: Will Book K, pg 89-92; signed 9/5/1811 ...to my wife Margaret... Rifton [?] and Kate his wife to work for her support to be her share... with the increase of the slaves...."
?/?/1814 Sook (woman)
Kitty (daughter of Sook)
Thomas Darnel Stephens Will of Thomas Darnel Stephens: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book L, pg 52-54: will signed ?/?/1814; will probated 11/14/1814 "...whereas a conditional contract was made with Sam.l Cooke alias Black Sam respecting my Negro woman Sook & he not having complied with said contract, I do hereby direct that the said Negro woman Sook & her child Kitty be sold as part of my estate."
25 May 1814 unnamed slaves Joseph Braden (Jr)
Flavious Braden
Mary Braden
Will of Joseph Braden (Jr): Loudoun Co., VA Will Book M, p 100; will signed 5/25/1814; will probated 1/13/1817 "...I give to my beloved wife, Mary Braden, ... all my negroes during her natural life...& at her death, them & their increase to return to my son, Flavious Braden..."
8 Dec 1814 Moses Sr
Milley
Lewis
John
Thomas
Tiner
Moses Jr
Nancy
William & Mary Dulin
Edward Dulin
Hannah (Dulin) Smith
William Wren
Mary Wren
Court order re:estate of William Dulin: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book L, pg 284; dated 12/8/1814 slaves all originally belonged to William Dulin & wife Mary; after their deaths, slaves went to their son Edward (Moses Sr, Milley, Lewis & John), their daughter Hannah (Dulin) Smith (Thomas & Tiner), & their grandchildren, William Wren (Moses Jr) & Mary Wren (Nancy)
30 Dec 1816 Essex
James 
Moses 
Achilles
Beverly 
James 
Milly
Katy 
Milly 
Jude 
Matilda 
Cordelia
Emily 
Mahala
Melia [Amelia?]
Kitty
Diadama
Joseph Braden, Jr.
Mary (Ball) Braden Vandevanter (widow of Joseph Braden Jr; 2nd husband - Isaac Vandevanter)
Inventory & Appraisement of the Personal Estate of Joseph Braden, Jr. taken Dec. 30, 1816: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book O, pg 49 "Essex (about 44 years of age) valued at $300
James (about 25 yrs of age) valued at $400
Moses (about 22 yrs of age) valued at $600
Achilles (about 13 yrs old) valued at $350
Beverly (about 10 yrs old) valued at $350
James (about 3 yrs old) valued at $200
Milly (about 50 yrs old) valued at $100
Katy (about 50 yrs old) valued at $100
Milly (about 27 yrs old) valued at $350
Jude (about 25 yrs old) valued at $350
Matilda (about 11 yrs old) valued at $250
Cordelia (about 10 yrs old) valued at $250
Emily (about 8 yrs old) valued at $200
Mahala (about 5 yrs old) valued at $150
Melia (about 6 yrs old) valued at $200
Kitty (18 months old) valued at $100
Diadama (3 months old) valued at $75"
8 Dec 1817 Amos (boy)
Westly (boy)
Lina (girl)
Thomas Lacey
Sarah Lacey
Jozabed White
Will of Sarah (Braden) Lacey: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book M, pg 224-225; will probated 12/8/1817 "Whereas my late husband in his last will directed that two black boys Amos & Westly and a black girl, Lina, should be free at the legal age for white children to be free, It is my will that my brother-in-law Jozabed White have the balance of their time and that he learn the boys his trade of Mill Wright."
1820 1 male 14-26 years old
1 female under 14
1 female 14-16 years old
Robert Braden 1820 U.S. Census: Waterford, Loudoun Co.,VA none
17 Nov 1821 Moses (man)
Judea (his wife)
James (their child)
Kitty (their child)
Jeremiah Moses (their child)
Matilda (girl)
Joseph Braden Jr
Mary (Ball) Braden Vandevanter
Allotment of Widow's Dower to Mary Vandevanter, Nov. 17, 1821; Loudoun Co., VA Will book O, pg 49 Agreeably to the last will & testament of Joseph Braden, Jr., decd and pursuant to an order of the County Court of Loudoun, we the commissioners therein named have this day allotted to Mary, the widow of said decedant (now Mary Vandevanter) her dower in the slaves belonging to said Estate as follows, viz: Negro man Moses and Judea his wife with three of their children, viz: James, Kitty & Jeremiah Moses, also negro girl Matilda...."
1 Jan 1823 Lewis (boy)
Milly & children
unnamed "Negroes"
Beverly
Essex (man)
Estate of Joseph Braden Jr Estate Account of Joseph Braden, Jr, Loudoun Co.VA Will Book P, pg 145-147, filed 1/10/1825 Robert Braden, executor, paid Burr Braden $36 for boarding & clothing Lewis for 1 year; 
Robert Braden, executor, paid $15 to rent a house for "Milly & children not being able to hire her out"; 
Robert Braden, executor, paid $60.08 for clothing for Flavius Braden (heir) & the Negroes for 1 year"; 
Robert Braden, executor, paid $15 for "boarding, medicine, & attendance 5 weeks while sick, Beverly & Lewis"; 
Robert Braden, executor, paid $15.25 for "nursing & boarding Negro man Essex during his sickness"; 
Robert Braden, executor, paid $7.79 for "Coffin, digging grave, and funeral expenses for Essex"
1 Jan 1824 Achilles (boy)
unnamed purchaser
Estate of Joseph Braden Jr Estate account of Joseph Braden, Jr: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book P, pg 145-147, filed 1/10/1825 "...note for Negro boy Achilles $275.00"
5 Jan 1824 Milly & Children
unnamed "Negroes"
"Negro child"
Estate of Joseph Braden Jr Estate Account of Joseph Braden Jr.: Loudoun Co. VA Will Book P, pg 145-147, filed 1/10/1825 R. Braden, executor, paid $15 to rent house for Milly & Children;
paid $70.14 for "clothing furnished Flavius [Braden] & Negoes & furnished expenses for Negro child"
Nov 1824 Hannah (woman)
Lige (man)
Cupid (man)
Sam (man)
Thornton (man)
Abiel Jenners Inventory of Abiel Jenner's Estate - Personal Property: Loudoun Co., VA; Will Book S, pg 203; inventory taken Nov. 1824 in listing of Abiel Jenners' personal property:
"1 black woman (Hannah) - $50;
1 black man (Lige) - $300; 
1 Man (Cupid) - $300;
1 man (Sam) - $225;
1 ditto (Thornton) considered an encumbrance [no value listed]"
1 Jan 1825 Peter (boy) Estate of William Fox
Mary (Braden) Fox
Account of the Estate of William Fox: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book P, pg 287-289 The "negro boy Peter" was sold for $450. Doesn't state who bought him. He was sold... "in conformity to a clause in the testator's will by which the bequest of his said... negro boy to his son Alfred but directs that if the said Alfred should die without lawful issue... that ...said negro Boy should be sold and the proceeds divided between his 3 daughters and the said Alfred having dec'd. without Lawful issue before he arrived at that age the Exor's proceeded to sell the said... Negro Boy as before stated...."
8 Jan 1825 James (man)
Beverly (man)
Cordelia (girl)
Estate of Joseph Braden Jr Accounts of the Estate of Joseph Braden Jr: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S estate received $50 for "hire of negro man James for 1824;"
estate received $20 for "hire of negro man Beverly for 1824;" 
estate received $18 for "hire of negro girl Cordelia for 1824"
4 Feb 1825 negro girl (unnamed) Estate of Joseph Braden Jr Accounts of the Estate of Joseph Braden, Jr.: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S Robert Braden, executor, paid $1 for "3 yds Linsey for negro girl"
1 Apr 1825 Milly & Children Estate of Joseph Braden Jr Accounts of the Estate of Joseph Braden Jr: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S Robert Braden, executor, paid $15 for "1 yr rent of house for Milly & children"
20 June 1825 Katy (servant) Estate of Joseph Braden Jr Accounts of the Estate of Joseph Braden Jr: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S Robert Braden, executor, paid $6.12 1/2 for "provisions & medicine furnished servant Katy whilst sick"
22 Oct 1825 Katy Estate of Joseph Braden Jr Accounts of the Estate of Joseph Braden Jr: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S Robert Braden, executor, paid $2 "for digging grave for Katy" and $4 for "Coffin for Katy"
26 Dec 1825 Milly & children Estate of Joseph Braden Jr Accounts of the Estate of Joseph Braden Jr: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S Robert Braden, executor, paid $15 for "1 yr house rent for Milly & Children due 1 Apr '25"
4 Jan 1826 Beverly
Cordelia
James
Estate of Joseph Braden Jr Accounts of the Estate of Joseph Braden Jr: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S estate received $20 "from Cooper" for "hire of Beverly for 1825;"
estate received $18 "from D. Conard" for "hire of Cordelia for 1825;"
estate received $45 "from P. Wince" for "hire of James for 1825"
9 Mar 1826 Carlos H.M. (Martin) Jenners
Mr. Spencer
letter from H.M.Jenners in Havana, Cuba to his mother, Deborah Jenners in Waterford, Virginia; letter dated March 9, 1826 "My old friend Spencer received me very kindly. He now owns my (former) man Carlos, who was much rejoiced to see me back, he still calls me Master & never fails to mention the floggings I used to give him."
2 Jan 1827 Amelia (girl)
James (man)
Cordelia (girl)
Beverly (boy)
Estate of Joseph Braden, Jr Accounts of the Estate of Joseph Braden Jr: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S estate received $15 for "hire of Negro girl Amelia for 1826;"
estate received $40 for "hire of Negro man James for 1826;"
estate received $10 for "hire of Negro girl Cordelia for 1826;"
estate received $28 for "hire of Negro boy Beverly for 1826"
27 Feb 1827 Peter (man)
Ned (man)
Harriet
Milly
George 
John
children of Harriet & Milly
Mary (Braden) Fox Will of Mary (Braden) Fox: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book R, page 209; will signed 2/27/1828; will probated 8/15/1828 "...my exeuctor will hire out ...my negro[s] Peter & Ned ...for 2 years & at the expiration of that time to divide the hire received equally between Peter, Ned, Harriet & Milly and emancipate them all, & all the children of Harriet & Milly except John & George who are to be hired out until they... reach 21 ...when I desire that they should be emancipated... and the whole of Negroes at the ...times they are emancipated, advised to leave the state of Virginia unless there should be in existance at the time they are emancipated no law subjecting them to any penalty. I give my kitchen furniture & one cow to Negro Milly...."
21 Apr 1827 Milly Estate of Joseph Braden Jr Accounts of Estate of Joseph Braden Jr: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S Robert Braden, executor, paid 37 1/2cents for postage & Medicine for Milly"
28 June 1827 Hannah (woman)
other unnamed slaves
Ned (man)
Robert Braden (3rd)
Elizabeth Braden
Burr Braden
Will of Robert Braden (3rd): Loudoun Co., VA Will Book R, pg 20-23; will signed 6/28/1827; will probated 12/10/1827 "I give to my beloved wife, Elizabeth Braden... my Negro woman Hannah during her natural life, and at her death...my Negro woman Hannah...is to be emancipated on the same terms as my other slaves.... I have advanced to my son, Burr Braden,...my Negro man Ned, which I hereby give to him.... My will is and I hereby direct that my slaves shall have their freedom as soon after my decease as provision shall be made to transport them to Aftrica or Haytai [sic], but it is... the express provision that they consent to and are actually transported to one of the before mentioned places. But should they or any of them refuse to be transported... they...are to be valued by 3 disinterested persons and equally divided between all my children...."
18 Sept 1827 Milly & Children Estate of Joseph Braden Jr Estate Account of Joseph Braden Jr: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S Robert Braden, executor, paid $15 for "1 yrs rent of house for Milly & Children due 1st Apl last"
10 Mar 1828 Beverly Estate of Joseph Braden Jr
Flavius Braden
Estate Account of Robert Braden 3rd: Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S. , pg 253-259 Estate of Robert Braden received $2.39 1/2 as "Beverly's wages Harvest 1827; Beverly belonged to the Estate of Joseph Braden, but had been hired by the Estate of Robert Braden
12 May 1828 Beverly (man) Estate of Joseph Braden Jr
Flavius Braden
Estate Account of Robert Braden (3rd): Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S., pg 253-259 Noble S. Braden, executor of Robert Braden's estate, paid John Braden, executor of Joseph Braden Jr's estate, $30 for the hire of Beverly for 1827
12 July 1828 Hannah (woman)
Emily (woman) & children
Mariah (woman) & child
John (man)
Helen (girl)
Sam (boy)
Harrison (boy)
George (man)
Estate of Robert Braden
Braden family
Appraisement: Personal & Real Property of Robert Braden (3rd) from Loudoun Co., VA: Will Book R, pg 211-217 lists slaves & appraised values: Hannah - $50, 
Emily & children - $350, 
Mariah & Child - $262.50, 
John - $300,
Helen - $150,
Sam - $175,
Harrison - $100,
George - $300
31 Dec 1828 George (servant)
unidentified slaves
Estate of Robert Braden
Braden family
Estate Account of Robert Braden (3rd): Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S, pg 253-259 mentions expense of $4.67 1/2 for "clothing for servant George in 1828; 
mentions expense of $30 paid to Elizabeth Braden for "support in part sundry negroes"
15 Jan 1829 George Estate of Robert Braden
Elisabeth Braden ?
Estate Account of Robert Braden (3rd): Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S., pg 253-259 estate received $16.91 1/2 payment from D. [David?] Shawen "for hire negro George 3 2/3"
29 Jan 1829 Emily (& infant?) Estate of Robert Braden
Elizabeth Braden?
Estate Account of Robert Braden (3rd): Loudoun Co.VA Will Book S., pg 253-259 Noble Braden (executor) paid Molly Orms(?) $2 for "obstetric services for Emily"
8 June 1829 George Estate of Robert Braden
Braden family
Estate Account of Robert Braden (3rd): Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S, pg 253-259 estate received $22.17 payment from Jno. Acres for "hire George from 1st Jany to 1 Sept [18]29"
14 Aug 1829 Moses
Aunt Hannah
Ellen
other unnamed "black people"
Jenners family?
Elizabeth S. Braden?
letter from Ann D. Jenners in Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana to Elizabeth W. Braden in Waterford, Loudoun Co., Virginia; letter dated Aug. 14, 1829 "...Moses is quite well but very lonesome as there are no girls here. Give my love to Ellen and Aunt Hannah and all the black people." (possibly same Hannah mentioned above in Robert Braden (3rd)'s will)
30 Sept 1829 John Estate of Robert Braden
Braden family
Estate Account of Robert Braden (3rd): Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S., pg 253-259 estate of Robert Braden received $30 from Burr Braden for "hire of John for 1828"
31 Dec 1829 George (servant)
"sundry negroes" (unnamed)
John
Estate of Robert Braden
Braden family
Estate Account of Robert Braden (3rd): Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S., pg 253-259 Noble Braden (executor) paid $4.67 for "clothing for servant George in 1828";
Noble also paid Elizabeth Braden $30 "for support in part sundry negroes"
E. [Elizabeth?] Braden paid the estate $30 for the hire of John for 1829
10 May 1830 Milly & children
Martha
Amelia
Joshua [?]
James
Beverly
Cordelia
Estate of Joseph Braden (Jr)
Flavius Braden
Account of Estate of Joseph Braden (Jr): Loudoun Co., VA Will Book S, pg 261-263 12/1827 - paid for house rent for Milly & children;
1/1828 - paid $1 for shoes for "servant" Martha;
12/1829 - paid Fleming W. Hixon for rent of a house for Milly & children
1/1828 - received $17 for the "hire of Amelia for 1827"
1/1828 - received 1.67 from "Joshua for rent" [no surname]
2/1828 - received $17.50 for "hire of James for 1827"
5/1828 - received $30 for "hire of Beverly for 1827"
12/25/1828 - received $17 for hire of Amelia
1/1829 - received $8 from D. Conard for hire of Cordelia for 1828
4/1829 - received $46.80 from D.L. Potts for hire of James for 1828
12/25/1829 - received from J.T. Griffith $45 for hire of James
1830 1 male slave under 10
1 female slave under 10
1 female slave 36-55
Flavius Braden 1830 Census, Waterford, Shelbourne Parish, Loudoun Co., VA none
21 June 1830 unnamed slaves mentioned above Elizabeth Braden letter from Elizabeth S. Braden in Waterford, VA to her son, Burr Braden, in Lafayette, Indiana; letter dated June 21, 1830 "...I had a very trying time through the winter and spring but I feel like a heavy burthen [sic] taken off my shoulders since the blacks went away.... We have got letters from all the blacks; they had a very quick and pleasant passage and all well and well pleased."
14 July 1831 Moses (same as Moses above)
unnamed slaves
Jenners family? letter from Martin Jenners in St. Louis, Missouri to his mother, Deborah Jenners in Lafayette, IN; letter dated July 14, 1831 "The negro slaves here are numerous, a great number about the mill, they are orderly, obedient, and obliging, but like poor old Moses, have confused ideas of property by which many little things pass suddenly from one corner to another...."
6 June 1832 Moses Jenners family? (same as Moses above) letter from Ann D. Jenners in Lafayette, Indiana to Elizabeth W. Braden in Waterford, Virginia; letter dated June 6, 1832 "...I don't know whether I ever told you or not that Old Moses died the 15 of May 1831."
pre 1834 Judy & her children: Thompson
Betsy
unnamed child
Zachariah Dulaney Loudoun Co. VA Chancery Suit M2991 settled 1834 mentions: Judy & her children: Thompson, Betsy & ??; notes that boy Thompson was "lame"
29 Sept 1835 Diadama
other unnamed slaves
Estate of Flavius J. Braden Estate account for estate of Flavius J. Braden in Loudoun Co., VA Circuit Court Will Book A, pg 174 (died intestate) Feb. 1, 1834 - estate paid Fenton Vandevanter $337 for bringing the slaves from Illinois;
Aug 8, 1835 - estate paid Miriam Hole $3.50 for midwifery services to Diadama 1810-1859
12 Dec 1836 George Estate of Mary Fox Estate account for estate of Mary Fox, filed in Loudoun Co., VA 12/12/1836; Loudoun Co. Will Book X, pg 206-207 George's hire" received $27.50; Note: Mary's slaves were to be freed when they reached 21, per her will; George is apparently not yet 21 in 1836
6 Nov 1838 Jesse
Nathan
Mariah
estate of John Campbell Estate sale & inventory of John Campbell, filed in Loudoun Co., VA Will Book Z, pg 1-7, 12, & 15 "one negro boy Jesse $651"; sold for $450
"one negro boy Nathan $621"; sold for $450
"one negro girl Mariah $300"; sold for $300
15 Oct 1846 Adam (19 years on 12/25/1846)
other unnamed slaves who are the younger brothers & sisters of Adam
John Braden
Rodney C. Braden
Oscar S. Braden
Cecelia Vandevanter
Will of John Braden, Loudoun Co. VA Will Book 2D, pg 56-57; will signed 10/15/1846; will probated 12/13/1847 "...I give to my 3 children, Rodney C Braden, Oscar S. Braden & Cecelia Vandevanter all my slaves to be divided amongst them but with the express understanding that they ... and their future increase shall be emancipated as they respectively arrive at the age of thirty two years and in the computation of their ages, Adam shall be considered as being 19 years old on the 25th day of December 1846 and two years intervening between each of his younger brothers and sisters."
13 Jan 1848 Adam (boy)
James (boy)
John (boy)
Charles (boy)
Henry (boy)
Estate of John Braden Inventory & Appraisement of the estate of John Braden, Loudoun Co., VA Will Book 2D, pg 75-76; January 13, 1848 "Boy Adam to serve till 32 yrs of age" valued at $300
"Boy James to serve til 32 yrs of age" valued at $325
"Boy John to serve til 32 years of age " valued at $200
"Boy Henry to serve til 32 yrs of age" valued at $200
"Boy Charles to serve til 32 yrs of age" valued at $200
1850 7 female slaves aged: 34, 30, 8, 5, 3, 25, 6/12; 10 male slaves aged: 40, 22, 21, 14, 12, 9, 1, 13, 6, 2 Noble Braden 1850 Census of Loudoun Co., VA: Slave Schedules none
1 Jan 1851 unnamed Negroes
George (boy)
2 unnamed "old" Negroes
Charles (boy)
estate of Nancy Dulin
estate of Benjamin F. Dulin
Inventory and Appraisement of the estate of Benjamin F. Dulin, Loudoun Co., VA Will Book 2F, pg 107. Benjamin's estate included "lot No. 9 of the division of the Negroes of Nancy Dulin dec'd"; Benjamin's estate included 1/9 part of the cash from the sale of George; James Moore was "keeping two old negroes who were a charge to the estate;" Charles was valued at $300.00
1860 12 slaves not divided by sex, aged: 42, 23, 21, 19, 11, 5, 18, 47, 17, 15, 13, 37 Noble Braden 1860 Census of Loudoun Co., VA: Slave Schedules Catherine E. Fox is listed on the next line as "employer" with ditto marks for the ages of the slaves
1860 1 slave aged 8 years Bushrod L. Fox 1860 Census of Loudoun Co., VA Slave Schedules Bushrod listed as living in Waterford, VA
1860 3 slaves aged 44, 26, 6 Oscar Braden 1860 Census of Loudoun Co., VA Slave Schedules none
1860 11 slaves aged 43, 40, 28, 27, 26, 22, 16, 15, 5, 3, 2 Rodney Braden 1860 Census of Loudoun Co., VA Slave Schedules none
1860 7 slaves aged 16 & up; 8 slaves aged 12 - 16 Noble S. Braden "Slaveowners in 1860 with 6 or more slaves 16 or more years and up" compiled by Louisa Hutchinson, Loudoun Co., VA none
30 June 1861 George Rebecca Dulin Will of Rebecca Dulin, Loudoun Co., VA Will Book 2Q, pg 125-127 I give and bequeath to Alexander D. Lee of Loudoun Co.... a slave named George formerly owned by my late husband... John Dulin ....in trust for the ...use ... of my daughter Elizabeth...."


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