Enslaved Person-Virginia-Shenandoah County
March 24, 1824
Person Item Type Metadata
1799 or 1800
Jailed in Woodstock, Virginia, for being a runaway. In a notice published in the Shenandoah Herald, Minor is described as being five feet and ten inches tall, having "good countenance," and "plays well on the violin."
G.C. Kniesley, "Was Committed," Shenandoah Herald (Woodstock, VA), Mar. 24, 1824.
Nancy Stewart, "African Americans in Shenandoah County, Virginia Notebooks," vol. 1, book B, (2010), 316.
Enslaved by John McKoy (Jefferson County, Virginia).
“Minor,” Shenandoah County Library Archives, accessed July 8, 2020, http://archives.countylib.org/items/show/14706.