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Re: SANDS, JOHNSON, Loudoun C, VA

Following up on 2002 post on MARLOW (owner), slaves Dennis JOHNSON, Isaac SANDS

1 December 1810, Edward MARLOW petitioned the VA General Assembly to bring into VA slaves brought into the marriage by wife Mary GILL (Prince George's), slaves being held in Frederick County, MD. A Loudoun C court certified these slaves in March, 1811.

BETTY, age 26; her son (not named) 10-12 months old [appears from later records to have been LEWIS], another son NED, age 4.

EVE, age 18, her son ISAAC (SANDS), 12months)

MARIA, 15

HARY (elsewhere HARRY), 18

DENNIS (JOHNSON), 16

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1826 Inventory Edward Marlow Estate

LEWIS, valued $240
EVE, valued $250
ISAAC, valued $200
BEN, valued $200
ALFRED, valued $150

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1858 Inventory George Marlow (son Edward & Mary Gill)
[Surnames included in original document]
Isaac SANDS, valued $250
Sam JOHNSON, $1100
Henry DITTO, $1100
Dennis DITTO, $850
Charles DITTO, $750
Frank DITTO, $600
Nancy, $250

Please feel free to email request for copies of the original documents

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SANDS, JOHNSON - slaveholder MARLOW, Loudoun VA
Re: SANDS, JOHNSON, Loudoun C, VA

18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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