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Winn

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Title

Winn

Subject

Enslaved Person-Virginia-Shenandoah County

Date

February 26, 1800

Contributor

Eryn Kawecki

Relation

Daughter Fanny, EnslavedPerson:214857
Son Bill, EnslavedPerson:214858
Daughter Grace, EnslavedPerson:214859

Identifier

EnslavedPerson:214855

Person Item Type Metadata

Birth Date

Unknown

Birthplace

Unknown

Death Date

Unknown

Occupation

Enslaved Person

Biographical Text

Winn and her three children Fanny, Bill, and Grace were sold by John Boyle to Peter Louck to settle a debt of $833.34. This sale occurred on February 26, 1800.

Bibliography

Amelia C. Gilreath, "Shenandoah County, Virginia," vol. 4, deed book series, (1989), 79.

Additional Information

Sale was recorded on June 10, 1800
Boyle agreed to sell these four persons (through his trustee, Adam Heiskill) and a lot (No. 63) in Strasburg to settle the debt.
In the 1800 Census, a John Boyle is listed as having enslaved two people, one over the age of 16 and one between 12 and 16.

Citation

“Winn,” Shenandoah County Library Archives, accessed June 25, 2022, http://archives.countylib.org/items/show/74720.

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