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Re: The African American Museum - Fusilier/Masse/S

Document Date: 12/14/1811
Notary: Volulme 26, OASM
Document Number: 242
Depository: Glenn Conrad, Attakapas County Records.
Location: St. Martin (Attakapas Post). [St. Mary 1811, Lafayette 1823, Vermillion 1844, Iberia 1868]
Master: Magdelaine Seme, Etienne,widow
Master's Gender: 1
Master's Race: black
Name: Louis
Gender: male
Race: black
Age Category: adult
Freed: by living mistress
The manumission did not involve cash payment.
Slave was freed.
no prices at all
Members of Group: 2 slaves, Pierre and Louis
Comments: Magdelaine (FPC) living in St. Landry Parish, freed 2 slaves Pierre and Louis given to her by her late husband in their marriage contract.

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Re: The African American Museum - Fusilier/Masse/S

18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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