I felt the same way when I saw that webpage; conflicted because it was a good insight into the health of some of the slaves, but uneasy because those were someone's family. It was strange, too, because even though my family weren't slaves of EATON, the mention of the cemetery being located at the ferry landing is quite revealing because my free families were living in that same area in the 1700's when it was still a part of Granville Co. and I wonder just how old that cemetery may have been. They were there before old William Eaton became such a large slaveholder, and with many indications that one of the families were Native Americans, I don't think it would have been a surprise if they could have intermarried with some of the African Americans who may have been enslaved on Eaton's land.
Yes, we would be greatly appreciative of any records you have for the area, all are welcome to add their documentation to the website. Another thing you might want to remember, too, is that many of the folks in Warren Co., can be found in records of Halifax Co. because many of these families lived along the border between the 2 counties. I don't remember if I sent the message or not, but there is a will for the older William Eaton on the Granille Co.,Website, and there is extensive listings of slaves there too.