BATE-WILL-1807

Taken from: Kentucky, Jefferson County Probate Records Wills, Book 1, page 200, Will of Susanna Bate, entered on Mar. 2, 1807 at Louisville Court House [Found on Microfilm Roll No. 588,537 (1784-1846) in Family History Center, LDS.]

Date: Written on Nov. 6, 1806
Location: Kentucky, Jefferson County
Owner: Susanna Bate, widow

Slaves:
"Jinney""negro woman"given to James S. Bate and Philippi L. Luellen
"Robert""negro boy"given to James S. Bate, Mosiah Luellen, and Eliza S. Luellen
"Am(n)iea""negro girl"in possession of James S. Bate
"Ann""negro woman"given to Catherine Wager
"Henry""negro boy"given to Catherine Wager
"Sarah"negro girl"given to Catherine Wager
"Jenney""negro girl"given to Catherine Wager
"Diana""negro girl"given to Catherine Wager
"Vicky""negro girl"given to Catherine Wager
"Fanny""negro girl"given to Catherine Wager
"George""negro boy"given to Catherine Wager
"Adam""negro boy"given to Catherine Wager
"Jacob""negro"sold to James S. Bate
"James Smally""negro boy"given to James S. Bate
"Monnica""negro woman"in possession of John D. Lock
"Phillis""negro woman"no person listed

Susanna Bate requests that "Monnica and Phillis" be let free at her death. If her family would not free them then she states that her family will not get their inheritance set out in this will.

Contributed by: Christine F., centriken@aol.com


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