"my negro boy Henry his fredoom [sic] to go free from me and my heirs forever from the time of my deceased."
"to my grand daughter Ann Morgan [daughter of David Morgan and Eleanor Graham] my negro girl, Zerelda, also the dun mare called the "Milly filly" also two beds and furniture, also two cows and calves and ten head of sheep."
"I want the black boys John and Henry to have each of them one of my colts."
Dr. Willard Rouse Jillson, "A Sketch of the Life and Times of Rebecca Witten Graham, of Floyd County, Kentucky, 1775-1843", The Register, v. 36, pp. 116-126 (1939).
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