Sydney Howard Gay’s "Record of Fugitives"

The Record of Fugitives > Book 2 (1856) > page [35]




she hopes to see at T's [?] + two children with free people who promised to bring them North.

19th. Ann Maria Roxbury, alias Sally Turpin, from Mrs. Low's of Salisbury, Md.but was housekeeper for one Davis,  a Baptist clergyman.

For'd                                                                                                      $2

Oct. 4th. Ann Henson, alias Adelaide Overton, from Victory Thompson's druggist of Hagerstown. She was to have been free, but was held, when she offered to buy herself, + was refused. A coloured friend made y same offer, which was declined. She then ran. Has money.

Josephine Morris, alias Mary Davis, from St. George's Del'a. She was not a slave, but her father, an Indian, she [?] was about to sell her as one.         

Sent her to Albany                                                                                $2.

Nov. 10th. Four men fr. the Wilmington schr. 1st Major Latham Miller, belonged to John Latham, Williamston, Martin Co.

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