Court Order book 1781-1784
p.104 7 October 1782, Deed of Emancipation from Samuel Parsons to nine of his slaves.
Ditto from Robert Pleasants, John Crew, James Ladd and Gerald Ellyson to a Negro man slave called Dick Joles late the property of Joshua Storrs.
p.114, 4 November 1782,
Ditto from Thomas Johnson to a mulatto woman slave commonly called Rebecca Jackson.
3 July 1786, Deed of Emancipation Rebecca Jackson to her husband Toby Jackson and son David Jackson.
p.118, 4 November 1782
Deed of Emancipation Robert Pleasants to seventy eight of his Negro slaves to wit, Richard Red, Phillis, Benjamin, Agnes, George, Judy, Samuel Red, effie, Jacob, Titus, Philip Gardiner, Diley, Lucy, Jack Carter, Toney, Agnes, York, Moses, Sarah, Eley, Old Benjamin, Mingo, Titus, Tobias, Isaac, Rose, Lucy, Patty, Chloe, Gabriel, Mourning, Harry, Biddy, Dickey, Sukey, Little Sukey, Jamey, Cuffee, Hannah, Cloe, Effee, daniel, William, Terrence, Milly, Cesar, nathan, Joseph, Tabby, Dinah, Isaac, Winny, Minty, Sterling, Lydia, Rachel, Sammy of Cloe, Polly, York, Billy, Kate, Fanny, Mingo, Aggy, Ben, Judy, Joseph, Sarah, Jessie, Tom, Ned, Peter, Meriah, Beck, Ned, Sally, James, and Joses.
6 January 1783,
Deed of Emancipation, William Binford to eighteen of his slaves to wit, George, Joseph, Dinah, Patsy, Janey, young Janey, Betty, Sally, Amey, Rachel, Milly, Fanny, Judith, Nelly, Dilcy, Amos, Abraham, and Isaac.
3 May 1784, p.534, Deed of Emancipation from Robert Pleasants and Samuel Pleasants to 12 slaves, vizt., Carpenter Will, Nat, Cesar, Fanny, Aggy, Sam, Sharper, Biddy, Judy, Stephen, Biddy, and Meriah late the property of John and Jonathan Pleasants, deceased.
p.351, 9 November 1786, Deed of Emancipation Edmund Randolph, Esq., to a negro man named Robert Cowley.
Ditto Robert Goode to his negro man Abraham.
p.51, 4 June 1787, Deed of Emancipation Isaac Younghusband to his Negroe woman slave Kitty.
p.346, 7 July 1788, Deed of Emancipation John Orr to Isaac Wood a Negroe. p.139, 4 January 1790, Deed of Emancipation Isaac Wood to Nelly commonly called Nelly Wood.
p.348, John Roper to Spy a Negro man.
p.415, Deed of Emancipation John Lyne to his negroe woman slave Phillis.
p.422 7 February 1791, Deed of Emancipation William Binford to his negroe man slave Titus.
6 June 1791, Deed of Emancipation Harrison Radcliffe to his two slaves Lydia and Hannah Patrick.
3 August 1791, Deed of Emancipation from William Duncan to his negro woman and child Felix.
The Henrico County personal property Tax lists identify all males above the age of sixteen by race starting about 1806.