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Amanda

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Title

Amanda

Subject

Enslaved Person-Virginia-Shenandoah County
Quicksburg (Va.)
Moore's Store
Weavers Mill (Va.)

Date

August 4, 1844

Contributor

Marjorie Tackett

Relation

Catherine, EnslavedPerson:18562
George, EnslavedPerson:18561
Adam, EnslavedPerson:18233
Lettice, EnslavedPerson:18234
Moses, EnslavedPerson:18235
Deborah, EnslavedPerson:18236

Identifier

EnslavedPerson:18563

Person Item Type Metadata

Birth Date

Unknown

Birthplace

Unknown

Death Date

Unknown

Occupation

Enslaved Person

Biographical Text

Lived in Weavers Mill, Virginia, while enslaved under Reuben Moore. In 1844, Amanda was willed by Reuben Moore to his daughter Catherine (or Catharine). While enslaved under Catherine, Amanda lived in Quicksburg, Virginia.

Bibliography

Nancy B. Stewart, "Witnesses to History: The Big House and the Summer Kitchen," vol. 1 (1980), 162.
Amelia C. Gilreath, Shenandoah County Virginia: Abstracts of Wills 1772-1850. (self-pub., 1980), 153.

Additional Information

Enslaved by Catherine Moore.
Enslaved by Reuben Moore.
Will proven August 12, 1844; Will Book W., p. 511

Citation

“Amanda,” Shenandoah County Library Archives, accessed December 11, 2019, http://archives.countylib.org/items/show/14970.

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