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Field ARCHER; Slaves; Chesterfield Co, VA; 1780

Field Archer
Deed - December 15, 1780

"Know all men by these presents that I, Field Archer, of the County of Chesterfield for the good
will, love and affection which I hath and doth bear to my son-in-law, William Walthall, husband
of my daughter, Martha Field of the same county and for the further consideration of the sum of
ten pounds current money, to me in hand, by the said William Walthall at and before the sealing
and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge and discharge the
said William Walthall, his heirs, executors and administrators, every of them, I the said Field
Archer have granted, bargained, sold and confirmed, and by these presents doth grant, bargain,
sell and confirm unto the said William Walthall, his heirs and assigns forever, eleven Negroes, viz:
Dickey, Phill, Jack, Daphney, Fanny, Jinney, Effie, Liddy, Lucy, Juddy, and Seludy and all their
increase as aforesaid unto the said William Walthall, his heirs and assigns forever to the only
proper use and behoof of the said William Walthall, his heirs and assigns forever."

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Field ARCHER; Slaves; Chesterfield Co, VA; 1780
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