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    1  Re: Free Negro Affidavits - Paul Heinegg
    I see the link to African American Narratives at the Library of Virginia that I posted does not work..

    2  Re: Morris Family of Virginia - Paul Heinegg
    Emancipation was illegal in Virginia between 1723 and 1782 without legislative approval. There were ..

    3  The Gibson Indians - Paul Heinegg
    The African American Narratives in the Library of Virginia contain the Brunswick County District Cou..

    4  Marsh in Virginia - Shelley Murphy
    Looking for information on the Marsh family, they had a son named George W. Marsh born about 1834 so..

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