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Re: "Free White Mulattoes" in 1860

On the Page 46 of Marshall County record, I found the following information regarding Jno and Elizabeth (Harton) Balfour and Calista Hogg. Elizabeth was first married to a man named RL Hogg and then Jno Balfour.

http://www.patch.net/harton/d37.html#P39
http://www.patch.net/harton/d39.html#P39

Names of slaves are mentioned:
Doctor R.L. M. Hogg (the first husband of Elizabeth Harton) petitioned for money owed Elizabeth for 1837 consisting of 1/4 of sum of $86. collected of Douglas Stapleton, and for 1/4 of casg $228.25 in hands of James Elrod (Elizabeth's brother), for 1/4 of rent of Jackson town property $57, and 1/4 of charges paid on Negroes of the year $60.18. Elizabeth Hogg is due 1/4 rent collected for 1836 and part 1835. Commissioners find her entitled to $114.15. The Negro property was Clarissa about 40 worth $400, Patience about 20 and her child $850, Vincent age 8, $500, Martha age 13, $600, Emily 6, $400, Jackson 15, $650, Isaac 17, $800. totaling 4200. In division Sarah got Clarissa, Vinson and Emily. John James got Patience, her child and Jackson for $1500, Martha and Jackson for $1400 to Tho H. Goodlow and wife.


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