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SURNAME NAME SUMMARY FILE #
Boyd
Cook
Armistead
Henry
DICK
ACCOUNT OF SALES OF ESTATE
An Account of  Sales of the Estate of Armstead Boyd, deceased, was filed in the April Term of Court 1817.  Henry Cook purchased the slave, DICK, who was about 23 years old.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 322. [file 200]
00200
Boyd
Boyd
Armistead
Mary
TOMCHARLES
WINNEY
SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE
Settlement of the Estate of Armistead Boyd, deceased, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1820.  Mary Boyd, widow, received 1/3rd of 9 negroes of the estate, including:  TOM, CHARLES, and WINNEY.
[2]Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 146. [file 201]
00201
Boyd
Boyd
Harrison
Rhoda
CELIA
SCILY
HANNAH
HAMPTON
DICEY
WILL
Harrison Boyd died in 1818, leaving a will, dated Feb. 24, 1818, and probated in the April Term of Court, 118.  He left the following bequest:  To his wife Rhoda Boyd his slaves CELIA, variously, SCILY, HANNAH and her boys, HAMPTON and DICEY.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 378. [file 202]
00202
Boyd Harrison
SCILY
CELIA
HANNAH
DYCY
HAMPTON
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
An Inventory of the Estate of Harrison Boyd, deceased, was filed in the July Session of Court, 1818, listing the following slaves:  SCILY, variously CELIA, HANNAH, DYCY, and HAMPTON.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, PP. 391‑392. [file 203]
00203
Boyd James
CYNTHIS
FANMATILDA
DAVY
NED
PETER
TOM
LEVI
ALFRED
GRACE
HARRET
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
An Inventory of the Estate of James Boyd, deceased, was filed in the October Term of Court 1821, and lists the following slaves:  CYNTHIA, FAN, MATILDA, DAVY, NED, PETER, TOM, LEVI, ALFRED, GRACE, and HARRET.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 267. [204]
00204
Boyd










Pratt
pratt

Boyd


Swisher
Swisher
James
DAVID
CYNTHIA
FANNY
MATILDA
TOM
GRACE
SINE
ALFRED
HANNAH
MAHALA
Samuel
Polly
NANCY
Abner
PETER
SARAH
Henry H.
Sinia
MILLY
MARY
WILL
James Boyd died May 24, 1824, leaving will with the following bequests: Samuel Pratt and Polly his wife received a negro girl NANCY.  [Polly Pratt was James Boyd's daughter.]  Abner Boyd received negro boy PETER & negro girl SARAH.  Henry H. Swisher and Sinia his wife received negro girls MILLY & MARY. [Sinia Swisher was James Boyd's daughter.] James Boyd left 13 slaves:  DAVID, aged 35 years; CYNTHIA, aged 45 years; FANNY, aged 30 yrs., MATILDA, aged 27 years; TOM, aged 13 years; GRACE, aged 15 yrs.; SINE, aged 9 years; ALFRED, aged 9 years; HANNAH, aged 7 years; MAHALA, aged 7 years; JEMIMA, aged 5 years; LEWIS, aged 3 years; and LETHE, aged 3 years.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 3, 292. [file 205]
00205
Boyd









Hatcher
Martha
AARON
BOB
WILSON
JACK
HOUSTON
OCEOLA
HARRISON
JANE
ELLEN
O.C., Executor
ESTATE SALE ANNOUNCEMENT
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, March 3, 1843.
EXECUTORS SALE
OF VALUABLE NEGROES.
On Saturday the 25th of March next, I will sell to the highest bidder, at the late resi‑ dence of Martha Boyd, deceased, in the vicinity of Hardeman's X Roads,
               Nine Likely Negroes
viz:  AARON, BOB, WILSON, JACK, HOUSTON, OCEOLA, HARRISON, JANE, and ELLEN.
TERMS___A credit of twelve months will be given, bond and approved security being required of the purchasers.
O. C. HATCHER, Executor.
   Feb. 24, 1843.
00206
Boyd
Boyd
Washington L
Mary V.
JULIEN
VIOLET
DEE
WILL
Washington L. Boyd died January 8, 1860, leaving a will.  His slaves were owned jointly with his sister, Mary V. Boyd, and included:  JULIAN aged 34 years, VIOLET aged 17 years, and DEE aged 11 years.  Slaves must be sold.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p.52. [file 207]
00207
Perkins
Floyd
Bond
william O.
William
John
JINNY
BILL OF SALE
On February 12, 1820, William O. Perkins' sold to William Floyd for the sum of $800, a slave named JINNY, who was bought from John Bond in January, 1820.  Recorded in the April Term of Court, 1820.   
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Bonds 1819‑1851, p. 32. [file 208]
00208
Owen
Campbell
Cavender
William E.
Andrew
Stephen
JENNY
BILL OF SALE
On January 20, 1827, William E. Owen and Andrew Campbell sold to Stephen Cavender, a negro slave named JENNY, about 17 year old for the sum of $500.  The slave was said to be healthy, but she was unhealthy and unsound and still is.  They refuse to take her back.
[1]  Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, IX, p. 77. [file 209]
00209
Hinkle
Boyle

Johnson
James
Charles
JINNY
Joel
JINNY
LAWSUIT, CHANCERY COURT
Deposition of James Hinkle, aged 23, dated 24 September 1877.  I knew the mulatto irl JINNY (formerly the property of Charles Boyle) from the Spring of 1826 until that fall.  During this time she worked with my father's hands under my directions upon his farm.  I never knew her to be unwell.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, IX, p. 77. [file 210]

Deposition of Joel Johnson.  I knew the mulatto girl JINNY and hired her from Mr. Boyles in January 1825, and she lived with me until Dec. 25, 1825.  I never knew her not to be well except one time when she had billious fever about 2 weeks which was common in the county at the time.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, IX, p. 77. [file 210]
00210
Boyle
Johnson
Charles
Joel
JENNY
LAWSUIT, CHANCERY COURT
Deposition of Charles Boyle, aged 45.  I sold Owen and Campbell the mulatto girl JENNY.  I owned her about 9 or 10 years.  She was never sick except with billious fever while hired out to Joel Johnson.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, IX, p. 77. [file 211]
00211
Clark
Brooks




Clayborne
Lacy
Alexander
Stephen
Mary
thomas
Joseph
John
Milly
Mary
HANNAH
SIMON
MARY
MORTGAGE
To Alexander Clark, the Mortgage of Stephen, Mary, Thomas, Joseph, and John Brooks, Milly Claborne and Mary Lacy.  Slaves:  HANNAH, SIMON, and girl MARY.  Registered June 7, 1821.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Deeds, H, 21. [file 212]
00212
Browder
Combs
Browder
Browder
Browder
Frederick
Jane M.
William H.
Nancy C.
Lucindey
HENRY
SILVEY
JACK
PEGGY
WILL
Frederick Browder, died, circa 1815, leaving a will with the following bequests:  To children Jane M. Combs, William H. Browder, Nancy C. Browder, and Lucindey M. Browder, the following slaves:  HENRY, SILVEY, JACK and PEGGY.  Slaves SOLOMON and JOE are to be sold with certian livestock.  The Will was dated August 14, 1815, and probated in the October Term of Court, 1815.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 158. [file 213]
00213
Browder
Browder

Bostic
Frederick
Frederick Jr.
SAUL
John
JOE

HALL
SILVEY
PEGGY
JACK
ACCOUNT OF ESTATE SALE
Inventory of the Sales of the Estate of Fredrick Browder, deceased, filed in the January Session of Court, 1816.  Fredrick Browder [Jr.] purchased slave SAUL.  John Bostic purchased slave JOE.  Slaves sold for the use of the youngest heirs were:  HALL, SILVY, child PEGGY, and boy JACK.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 189. [file 214]
00214
Brown
Joshua
Charles
Brown
JACK
Elizabeth
Rebecca
NED

On February 24, 1801, Charles Brown executed a Deed of Gift to his children.  He gave his son, Joshua Brown, a slave named JACK.  He gave to his daughters, Elizabeth and Rebecca, the slave NED.  The deed was registered in Davidson County, Tennessee.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 74. [file 215]
00215
Brown Joseph I
Inventory of the Estate of Joseph Brown, deceased, was filed in the October Term of  Court,1814, listing a Negro man and woman and two children [no names were given].
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 106. [file 216]
00216
Brown
Brown

Worley

Mendenall
Joseph
Ann
PEGGY
Polly
MATILDA
Ruth
DAVID
DIVISION OF ESTATE
Division of Will of Joseph Brown, deceased, proven July Session, 1814.  Joseph Brown of Dickson County, Tennessee, wife Ann Brown, personal estate during her life and then divided between her children:  Daughter Polly Worly to receive Negro child MATILDA, first child of my Negro woman, Peggy.  Daughter Ruth Mendenall, after death of my wife to procure freedom of Negro Man, DAVID, for meritorious services.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 96. [file 217]
00217
Brown
Brown

Reynolds
Charles
Michael
JACK
Thomas
NED
ADDITIONAL SALE OF ESTATE
An Account of an Additional Sale of the Estate of Charles Brown, deceased, which took place on November 1, 1817, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1818.  It lists the following purchasers:
Michael Brown purchased the slave JACK.
Thomas Reynolds purchased the slave NED.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 365. [file 218]
00218
Brown
Brown
Merritt R
Benjamin.
PETTION TO SELL SLAVES
Merritt R. Brown, guardian for Benjamin Brown, filed a Petition to Sell the Slaves of the estate inherited by Benjamin Brown for the support of Brown and his family.  The petition was filed in the October Session of Court, 1833.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 6, p. 238. [file 219]
00219
Brown Benjamin PETITION TO SELL SLAVES
Benjamin Brown died, intestate, August 1835.  His children filed a petition to sell 18 slaves of the estate and divide the proceeds.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 11. [file 220]
00220
Brown
Powell

Brown
William John
Charlotte
Samuel
Thomas J.
HENRY
PETITION TO SELL SLAVES
William Brown et al filed, on 5 February 1857, an Exparte ‑ Petition for the Sale and Division of the Estate of their father.   The Court issued the opinion that John Powell and wife Charlotte, and their son Samuel, having been absent from Tennessee for seven years are presumed dead.  It is in the interest of the minor, Thomas J. Brown, that the land and slave HENRY be sold.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VII, p. 37. [file 221]
00221
Brown Catherine 1860 SLAVE SCHEDULE (CENSUS), WILLIAMSON CO., TENN.
Catherine Brown was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tenn‑ essee [p. 2], as the owner of 4 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___ names are not listed.  The slaves were:  1 female black aged 38 years, 1 female black aged 7, 1 male black aged 3, and 1 male black aged 3 months.  There was one slave house on the property.
00222
Buford James
Charlotte
HARRY
Edward
DICK
STEPHEN
Charlotte
Priscilla
Cathering
ANDREW
SUKEY
DARBY
PATE
JUDY
GLOSTER
FANNY
SAM
James
PETER
WILL
James Buford died leaving a will dated April 10, 1811, proven in Williamson County Court during the July Session, 1811.  The following bequests were made: 
To daughter Charlotte, the boy HARRY.
To son Edward, the slaves DICK and STEPHEN.
To daughters Charlotte, Priscilla, and Cathering the following slaves ‑ ANDREW, SUCKEY, DARBY, PATE, JUDY, GLOSTER, FANNY, and SAM.
To son James, the slave PETER. 
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 255. [file 223]
00223
Buford Edward
DICK
BOWLER
JIM
FRANK
STEPHENDAVE
POSELEY
EDMUND
ALCE
LUCINDA
TABB
JINNY
MARIA
CAROLINE
MARTHA
MILLE
ELLINDER
SILEY
OLLY
ELLICK
MIRA
WILL
Edward Buford, deceased.  Will dated 5 March 1828.  Exparte ‑ Petition for Division of Per‑ sonal Estate and Distribution filed in Court, 1828.  Slaves: DICK, BOWER, JIM, FRANK, STEPHEN, DAVE, POSELEY, EDMUND, ALCE, LUCINDA, TABB, JINNY, MARIA, CAROLINE, MARTHA, MILLE, ELLINDER, SILEY, OLLY, ELLICK, & MIRA.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 5 1830‑31, 259. [file 224]
00224
Buford Edward INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Edward Buford died owning 18 slaves.  Loose records.  Oct. Term 1837. [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaeous Records, IV, 27.[
3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaeous Records, IV, 27. [file 225]
00225
Buford
Judkins
Judkins
Judkins
Judkins
Charles
Josephine
Margaret
James W.
Priscilla R.
EMILY
DEED OF GIFT
On July 20, 1834, Charles Buford, of Giles County, Tennessee, executed a Deed of Gift to his granddaughers, Josephine Judkins and Margaret Judkins, daughters of James W. Judkins and Priscilla R. Judkins of Hempstead County, Arkansas Territory, for a slave named EMILY.  The Deed was filed in the Williamson County Court August 26, 1834.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 19. [file 226]
00226
Buford Spender INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Spencer Buford's estate was probated in the November Term of Court, 1845.  He owned slaves.
[5] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, IX, p.  50. [file 227]
00227
Buford John R.
Emily Ann
LUCINDA
CLARA
MARGARET
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
John R. Buford died on October 28, 1850, intestate, leaving his widow, Emily Ann.  He owned the following slaves at the time of his death:  LUCINDA aged 20 years, and her child CLARA aged about 3 years, and MARGARET aged 12 years.  The widow wants to sell the slaves.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, V, p. 119. [file 228]
00228
Cameron
Buford
Andrews
Ewen
Spencer
Mark
LAWSUIT, CHANCERY COURT
In a lawsuit, filed 1813, styled: Ewen Cameron vs. Spencer Buford, the deposition of Mark Andrews, aged 78, was taken:  "In 1861 James Buford told me he owned the mother of three children.  They were of a bad disposition, and he had given Mr. Cameron one of the children.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VII, pp. 34‑35. [file 229]
00229
Bugg Benjamin
CHARLES
ALLEN
PETER
JACOB
TERRY
WARRICK
DORCAS
LUCY
RACHEL
JENNEY
VINEY
DILCEY
ELENOR
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Inventory of the Estate of Benjamin Bugg, deceased, was filed in the April Session of Court, 1813,and lists the following slaves:  CHARLES, ALLEN, PETER, JACOB, TERRY, WARRICK, DORCAS, LUCY, RACHEL, JENNEY, VINEY, DILCEY, and ELENOR.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 318. [file 230]
00230
Bugg


Young
Pinkston

Carothers

Alexander

PRICE
Benjamin
ALLEN
MOLL
William
David
PETER
John
CHARLES
William
STERLING
JAMES
JAMES
SALE OF ESTATE
Sale of the Estate of Benjamin Bugg, deceased, which occurred on May 20, 1813, was filed in the July Session of Court,1813.  Mentions the hire of slaves, ALLEN and MOLL and a Negro woman and four children [names not given]; also, William Young hired a girl slave: David Pinkston hired a slave named PETER: John Carothers hired a slave named CHARLES: William Alexander hired a slave named STERLING:  and JAMES PRICE hired a slave named JACOB.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 21. [file 231]
00231
Bugg
Carothers
Perkins

Bugg
Pinkston






Pinkston
Bugg

Pinkston
Perkins

Young
Bugg







Benjamin
Robert
N.T.
CHARLES
Nancy
David
ALLEN
JACOB
NELLY
DARCAS

CONTRA LOOSE
David
Nancy
PETER
David
Nicholas T.
STERLING
William
Nancy
RACHEL
HIRE OF SLAVES OF ESTATE
Hire of the slaves of the estate of Benjamin Bugg, deceased, filed in the January Session of Court, 1814.  The following slaves were hired for 12 months.
CHARLES hired to Robert Carothers, and, later, to N. T. Perkins.
ALLEN hired to Nancy Bugg.
JACOB hired to  Nancy Bugg, and, later, to David Pinkston.
NELLY hired to Nancy Bugg, and later, NELLY and her child were hired by David Pinkston.
DARCASS and her child hired to Nancy Bugg.
CONTRA LOOSE and 4 children hired to lowest bidder.
PETER hired to James Price, and, later, to Nancy Bugg.
STERLING hired to David Pinkston, and, later, to Nicholas T. Perkins.
RACHEL hired to William Young, and, later to Nancy Bugg.

[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, pp. 56 & 232. [file 232]
00232
Bugg Benjamin
STERLING
ADDITIONAL INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Additional Inventory of the Estate of Benjamin Bugg, filed in the October Term of Court, 1814, lists one Negro boy named STERLING. [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 107.
 [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 107. [file 233]
00233
Bullock
Terryl
William
James
JANE
ACCOUNT OF SALES
Account of Sales of the Estate of William Bullock, dated Dec. 10, 1810, filed in the July Session of Court 1811.  James Terryl purchased a Negro girl, JANE.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 259.  See, also, Will Book 3, p. 363/563. [file 234]
00234
Burch John J. 1860 SLAVE SCHEDULE (CENSUS), WILLIAMSON CO., TENN.
John J. Burch was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p. 4], as the owner of one slave, a male black aged 50.
00235
Burnett









Roberts









Burnett
Tolifer
Mary
BENJAMIN
JOSHUA
JIM
ANTHONY
MARTHA
MARY
URCY
HENRY
Polly
Joseph
CHERRY
CLEARY
PHILL
CHERRY
CREAMY
DANIEL
ANNE
LIZZIE
Joseph
NED
KIT
WILL
Tolifer Burnett died in 1822, leaving a will which was probated July 1822.  He left the following bequests:
To wife, Mary, the slaves ‑ BENJAMIN, JOSHUA, JIM, ANTHONY, MARTHA, MARY, URCY and HENRY.
To daughter Polly Roberts' child, Joseph, the slaves ‑ CHERRY'S or CLEARY'S son PHILL, CHERRY or CREAMY, DANIEL, ANNE, and LIZZIE.
To son Joseph Burnett, the slave NED and take KIT and take care of him.
The will was again filed in the court in the September Session of 1854.

[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, IX, p. 62.[file236]
00236
Burnett
Dodson
Dodson
Burnett
Atkinson
Atkinson
Burnett
William W.
Bird F.
Elizabeth A (burnett)
John J.
William
Emily J. (Burnett)
Jane T.
DICYGEORGE
CATHERINE
PETITION FOR SALE & DISTRIBUTION
William W. Burnett, Bird F. Dodson and his wife Elizabeth A. (Burnett) Dodson, John J. Burnett, William Atkinson and wife Emily J. (Burnett) Atkinson, and Jane T. Burnett, are joint owners of the following slaves:  HARVEY aged 45 years, DICY aged 45 years, GEORGE aged 23 years, and CATHERINE aged 8 years.  Heirs Petition for Sale of Slaves and Division of proceeds from sale.  Recorded November Session 1860.
[3]  Williamson County, Tennessee, Lawsuits, Book 8, p. 42.  [file237]
00237
Byers John M. 1860 SLAVE SCHEDULE (CENSUS), WILLIAMSON CO., TENN.
John M. Byers was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennes‑ see [p. 3], as the owner of 4 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___ names are not listed.  There was 1 slave house on his property.  The slaves were:  1 female black aged 25, 1 female black aged 28, 1 female black aged 5, and 1 female black aged 2.
00238
Caldwell Thomas G.
PETER
MEMORANDUM
Memorandum of the Estate of Thomas G. Caldwell, deceased, filed in the July Session of Court, 1810, lists a Negro boy, PETER, aged 17 years old.
[1]  Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 226.  [file 239]
00239
Caldwell
Caldwell
Thomas
Mary
PETER
ACCOUNT OF SALE OF ESTATE
Account of the Sale of the Estate of Thomas Caldwell, deceased, dated 21 Sept. 1810, records the purchase by Mary Caldwell of the slave boy PETER.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, P. 104. [file 240]
00240
Caldwell William
HUGHY
CAPTURE OF SLAVE
The ( Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, Sept. 1, 1854
COMMITTED TO JAIL
Committee to the Jail of Williamson County about the middle of August, a negro man named HUGHY, and says he belongs to William Caldwell, near Columbus Mississippi. 
Said negro is about 25 years old, brown color, weighs about 160 lbs., 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high.  He has a rosy colored head and a very full breast and a full set of teeth.  The owner of said negro is requested to come forward to prove property, pay charges, and take him away, or will be dealth with as the law directs.
00241
Atkinson
Caldwell
Tilman F.
Sarah D.
DICEY
CHARLEY
PETITION TO SELL SALES
In 1859, Tilman F. Atkinson, guardian of Sarah D. Caldwell, petitioned the court to sell the slaves she had inherited, including DICEY, about 21 or 22 years old, and her children ‑ CHARLEY about 3 or 4 years old and an infant.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VII, p. 34. [file 242]
00242
Calhoun
Calhoun


Calhoun
Charles
George
DINAH
DICK
Charles Hayes
DOCTOR
Peggy
FANNY
WASHTON

KING
CLOE
WILL
Charles Calhoun died circa 1822, leaving a will which was probated in the October Term of Court, 1822.  He left the followng bequests:
To my son George Calhoon, the slaves ‑ DINAH and DICK.
To my grandson Charles Hayes Calhoon, the slave DOCTOR.
To my daughter Peggy, the slaves FANNY and WASHINGTON.
My negro boy KING and my negro woman to be appraised.
My slave CLOE, "after my death shall be free to go and come among the children at pleasure.  If said Negro woman should become a charge each legatee shall bear a proportionable part of her expense.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, pp. 387/587 ‑ 388/588. [file 243]
00243
Cameron
Buford
Ewen
Spencer
TOM
LAWSUIT, CHANCERY COURT
A lawsuit was filed in 1813, styled, Ewen Cameron vs. Spencer Buford.  In 1810 James Buford was indebted to Cameron for $800.  $400 was owned for a negro man, TOM. [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VII, p. 34.
 [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VII, p. 34.  [file 244]
00244
Campbell Andrew
JACK
FANNY
RODY
MARY
NANCY
MECCA
HARRIET
CHOCOLATE
WASHINGTON
ELIZA
MARY AN
ADDITIONAL INVENTORY
Additional Inventory of the Estate of Andrew Campbell was filed in the January Session of Court, 1819, listing the following slaves:  JACK, FANNY, RODY, JENNY, MARY, NANCY, MECCA, HARRIET, CHOCOLATE, WASHINGTON, ELIZA, and MARY AN.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 24, [file 245]
00245
Campbell
Owen
Campbell




White
Stewart
Andrew
William E.
A.
JACK
WASHINGTON
MARY
NANCY
James
James
FANNY
MARIAH
HARRIETT
MARY ANN
ELIZA
CHOCOLATE
RODY
CHOCOLATE
JENNY
ACCOUNT OF SALES
An Account of the Sales of the Estate of Andrew Campbell, deceased, was filed in the January Term of Court 1824:
William E. Owen and A. Campbell purchased the slaves ‑ JACK, WASHINGTON, MARY, and NANCY.
Other purchasers, James White and James Stewart, took FANNY and her three children. and MARIAH, HARRIETT, SALLY, MARY ANN, and ELIZA, children of CHOCOLATE, RODY, CHOCOLATE, JENNY and her infant child.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 697. [file 246]
00246
Bennett
Campbell
Fleming


Oden

Bennett
William Y.
Elizabeth
Samuel
ANDY
MACK
Hezekiah
JESSE
Nancy
ORMAN
TILLMON
ELIZA
ACCOUNT OF SLAVE SALE
In the December Term of Court, 1856, William Y. Bennett, administrator of the estate of Elizabeth Campbell, filed a Petition to Sell the Slaves of the estate on behalf of the heirs.  The heirs owned in common seven slaves.  They were sold on January 10, 1857, at Bethesda.
Samuel Fleming, Jr., purchased ANDY aged 10 years, and MACK aged 8 years.
Hezekiah Oden purchased JESSE, aged 6 years, for $600.
Nancy Bennett purchased ORMAN and her child, TILLMON, aged 11 months for $735.
Nancy Bennett also purchased ELIZA, aged 15 years for $500. [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 20.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 20. [file 247]
00247
Carmack Aquilla WILL
Aquilla Carmack, of Davidson County, Tennessee, died leaving a will which was recorded in Williamson County, Tenn., May 14, 1816.  A Division of the Slaves of the estate was made January 31, 1820. [1]  Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VIII, p. 108.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VIII, p. 108. [file 248]
00248
Carothers
Carothers
Carothers
Cook
James
James L.
Valentina J.
thomas J.
STEPHENADELINE
SAM
MARIA
BUCK
DEED OF GIFT
James Carothers executed a Deed of Gift to James L. Carothers, in trust for his daughter, Valentina J. Carothers, who married Thomas J. Cook, for five slaves, to be hers and free from the liabilities of her husband.  The slaves were:  STEPHEN aged 27 years, ADELINE aged 34 years  and her infant child aged 1 year, SAM aged 3 years, MARIA aged 12 years, and BUCK aged 14 years.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, IX, p. 1. [file 249]
00249
Carsey
Irions
Walters
Walters
thomas P.
Philip I.
Labon L.
Martha L.
SQUIRE
REFUNDING BOND
Thomas P. Carsey died May 26, 1836, intestate.  Philip I. Irions was appointed administrator of Carsey's estate.  He filed a Refunding Bond in the June Session of Court 1836, having delivered to Labon L. Walters, a slave named SQUIRE, in right of his wife Martha L. (Carsey) Walters.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Bonds, 1819‑1851, no page number. [file 250]
00250
Craig
Carsey
Wilkinson
Hardeman
Joe


Thomas
RUNAWAY NOTICE
April 13, 1835  RUNAWAY
On Friday night the 13th instant, a negro man, Joe Craig late the property of Mr. Carsey and Wilkinson's estate.  Joe is a black man, about six feet high, strong and active, about thirty‑two years old.  When he went off he wore whiskers.  I will give fifty dollars for his apprehension and delivery to me.
Franklin, March 27, 1825.     Thomas Hardeman
[1] The (Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, April 13, 1835. [file 251]
00251
Carter
Carter
Carter
Carter
Daniel
Samuel
Milton
Robert
KATE
NERO
DEETER
JOHN
LITTLETON
ROSE
SEVAN
PETER
MERCURY
AGREEMENT
Daniel Carter and Samuel Carter, Agreement, to Milton Carter.  Registered February 25, 1822.  Daniel Carter and Samuel Carter convey to Milton Carter.   "I have duirng my natural life two negroes left to me by my father Robert Carter and at my decease was to belong to my heirs.  Slaves:  KATE ‑ 60 years old, ?NERO ‑ 45 years old, DEETER ‑ 35 years & increase as follows; John ‑ 12 years old, Littleton ‑ 10 years old, ROSE, SEVAN, PETER ‑ about 4 years old, MERCURY ‑ about 7 months old.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Deeds, H, 84. [file 252]
00252
Carter
Hill
Robert
Dan
TOM
DEED
Robert Carter deed to Dan Hill.  Registered December 13, 1810.  Slave boy TOM. [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Deeds, B, 613.  [file 253]
00253
Carter Richard ACCOUNT OF SALE
Richard Carter died circa 1815.  His Estate Sale took place on April 22, 1815, and An Account of the Sale of his estate was filed in the July Session of court, 1815.  It mentions the hire of a Negro girl [name not given], and the hire of a Negro man [name not given] by Alexander Johnson.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 146. [file 254]
00254
Carter
Carter
Sarah
Richard
AGREEMENT
Articles of Agreement were made on July 24, 1838, and filed in Court.  Sarah Carter, widow, and administrator of Richard Carter, deceased, owned a negro man and woman, now with their increase there are 11 slaves.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 37.
00255
Carter
Carter
Isaac
Milton
FILLIS
ARTEMUS
WILL
Isaac Carter died circa 1822 and left a will which was probated in the January Term of Court 1823. He left a bequest to his brother Milton Carter, two slaves, FILLIS and ARTEMUS.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 607. [file 256]
00256
Carter Isaac
FILBERT
LEWIS
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
An Inventory of the estate of Isaac Carter was filed in the January Session of Court 1823, and lists two slaves; FILBERT and a child LEWIS.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, pp. 612‑613. [file 257]
00257
Carter
Carter
Conn
Theodorick
Mary
Josephus H.
PETITION FOR DIVISION
Theodorick Carter died in 1837, intestate.  His widow Mary Carter remarried to Josephus H. Conn.  Carter's slave HANNAH, since Theodorick's death, had three children:  LUCRETIA, FLORENCE, and ALLEN.  Petition for Division of the Estate filed in Court in 1854.
[5] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 29. [file258]
00258
Carter Benjamin
GEORGE
LOUISA
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
An Inventory of the Estate of Benjamin Carter, deceased, of South Carolina, was filed in the April Term of Court, 1854, listing two slaves; GEORGE aged 27 years, and LOUISA aged 27 years.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, pp. 71‑72. [file 259]
00259
Cash Elisha
HARRY
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Inventory of the Estate of Elisha Cash, deceased, filed in the Feb. Session of Court, 1802, lists a slave named HARRY.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 97. [260]
00260
Cash
Breathitt
Cook
Henry
E.
Henry
SAM
ANNOUNCEMENT OF SLAVE SALE
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, Dec. 12, 1834.
NOTICE
On Tuesday the 6th day of January next, I will sell for cash to the highest bidder at the Court House in the town of Franklin, a negro man named Sam belonging to the estate of Henry Cash deceased.
E. Breathitt, Adm'r of Estate of Henry Cook dec'd
Dec. 5, 1834.
00261
Caton
McKay
Martha
John P. Adm'r
MIRIAM
ANNOUNCEMENT OF SLAVE SALE
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, March 3, 1843.
SALE
In Pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court in Franklin, at its April term 1842, I will sell at the Market house in Franklin, on Monday the 13th day of March next, a negro woman named MIRIAM, on a credit of six months.  Bond and approved security required of purchaser..

JOHN P. MCKAY, Adm'r.

with the will annexed of Martha Caton, dec'd.
00262
TURNER
Davis
DAVIS
Nancy
NANCY
ELIJAH
LYTLE
BETTY
STEVENELL
MAY
CARSON
Turner Davis died in January, 1861, intestate, leaving a widow, Nancy Davis, and several children.  He owned several slaves:  NANCY aged 46 years, ELIJAH aged 27 years and unsound, LYTLE aged 18 years, BETTY aged 15 years, STEVE aged 16 years, NELL aged 13 years, MAY aged 8 years, and CARSON aged 12 years. [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, IV, Loose Records, p. 49. [file 263] 00263
Cayce
Flipping
Thomas
Jacob
CHANEY
CAROLINE
LAWSUIT, CHANCERY COURT
Thomas Cayce vs. Jacob Flipping.  January Session of Court, 1828.  In October 1827, Cayce owned two Negro girls . . . Chaney, aged 21 years and valued at $600, and Caroline, aged 13 years and valued at $400 . . . Cayce lost the girls from his possession and they came into the possession of Flippen who will not return the girls to Cayce.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, IV, 1. [file 264]
00264
Cecil susan J. 1860 SLAVE SCHEDULE (CENSUS), WILLIAMSON CO., TENN.
Susan J. Cecil was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p. 4], as the owner of 5 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___their names are not listed.  The slaves included:  1 male black aged 30 years, 1 female black aged 30, 1 male black aged 28, 1 female black aged 25, and 1 male black aged 6.
00265
CHAMP JOHN
AILSE
NANCE
GEORGE
LONDON
KEZIAH
SUSAN
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Inventory of the Goods and Chattels, Rights, and Credits of JOHN CHAMP, filed in the October Session of Court, 1810, lists the followng slaves:  AILSE, NANCE, GEORGE, and LONDON.  A Division of the Negroes of the estate of John Champ was made in 1824.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 235.  See, also, Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 51. [ file 266]

Partition of the Estate of John Champ, deceased, was filed in the April Session of Court, 1821, listing the following slaves:  NANCE worth $500., GEORGE, worth $500., KEZIAH, worth $200., and SUSAN, worth $200.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 242. [file 266]
 
00266
Champ John
GEORGE
KISSA
SUCKY
DIVISION OF ESTATE
A Division of the estate of John Champ, deceased, was filed in the April Term of Court, 1824, and lists the hiring out of GEORGE, KISSA, and SUCKY for the years 2829, 1820,1821, 1822, & 1823.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 717. [file 267]
00267
Chapell
McDaniel
Richard
John
ISHAM
RUNAWAY NOTICE
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, Aug. 8, 1834.
RUNAWAY IN JAIL
Committed to the jail of Williamson County, on the 6th inst., a negro boy named Isham about twenty‑two years old, small in stature, and has lost a toe from his left foot.  He says he belongs to Richard Chapell, Maury County, Tennessee.
John McDaniel, Jailor
August 8, 1834.
00268
Childress Henry
GEORGE
MELLEY
JESSIE
PERRY
ESTER
LOTTE
ALLEN
NELSON
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Inventory of the Estate of Henry Childress, dated Jan. 7, 1814, lists the followings slaves:  GEORGE aged 38 or 40 years, MILLEY aged 30 years, JESSIE aged 12 years, PERRY aged 9 years, ESTER aged 7 years, LOTTE aged 5 years, ALLEN aged 3 years, and NELSON aged 1 year.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 42. [file 269]
00269
Childress
Shute

Brown
Henry
William
JESSE
James
GEORGE
ACCOUNT OF SALE OF ESATTE
Account of the Sale of the Estate of Henry Childress, deceased, sold on February 2, 1814, includes accounts for the hiring of the following slaves of the estate:  Hire of boy JESSEE to William Shute, and the hire of boy GEORGE to James Brown.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 67. [file 270]
00270
Childress
Childress


Childress

Childress


Childress

Childress
Henry
Elizabeth
MILLY
CHARLOTTE
Eliza
JESSE
Margaret
EASTER
ALLIN
Thomas
GEORGE
Sally C.
PERRY
HARRIETT
DIVISION OF ESTATE
The Division of the Estate of Henry Childress, deceased, was filed in the April Session of Court, 1817.
To Elizabeth C. Childress, widow, the slaves MILLY and CHARLOTTE.
To Eliza A. Childress, the slave JESSE.
To Margaret L. Childress, the slaves EASTER and ALLIN.
To Thomas M. Childress, the slave GEORGE.
To Sally C. Childress, the slaves PERRY and HARRIETT.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 322. [file 271]
00271
Childress

West

Sheppard

Bosley

Childress
Thomas M.
GEORGE
Stephen
Elizabeth
William B.
Margery
Charles
Eliza
Sarah C.
PERRY
HARRIET
WILL
Thomas M. Childress, deceased, left a will.  Exparte ‑ Petition for Sale of Negroes filed in court.  Slave GEORGE, aged 60 ordered to be sold.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 5 1830‑31, 268. [file 272]

Stephen West and Elizabeth his wife, William B. Sheppard and Margery his wife, Charles Bosely and Eliza his wife, Stephen West executor of Thomas M. Childress, and Elizabeth West by her guardian Stephen West.  July Term 1831. Exparte ‑ Petition for Sale of Negroes and Distribution.  Thomas M. Childress left negroes PERRY & HARRIETT.  They are to go to Sarah C. Childress.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Lawsuits, Book 5, 527. [file 272]
00272
Clark Samuel
FRANK
ANA
LUCINDA
CHARLOTTE
MARY ANN
EVALINE
DIVISION OF ESTATE
A Division of the Estate of Samuel Clark, deceased, was filed in the January Term of Court 1823, and lists the following slaves:  FRANK and ANA and her four children ‑ LUCINDA, CHARLOTTE, MARY ANN, and EVALINE.

[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, pp. 624‑625. [file 273]
00273
Craig O.Y. 1860 SLAVE SCHEDULE (CENSUS), WILLIAMSON CO., TENN.
O. Y. Craig was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p. 2], as the owner of 2 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___names are not listed. The slaves included:  1 female black aged 26 years, and 1 female black aged 10 years.
00274
Christmas
Marrs


Marrs
Dyer
Green
William
William Christmas
ABRAM
MARY
Joseph
Sally Jane
Patsey
WILL
William Christmas died, leaving a will dated October 31, 1811, in which he left the following bequests:
To grandson William Christmas Marrs, the following slaves ‑ ABRAM, and girl MARY now in possession of his father Joseph Marrs.
To daughters, Sally Jane Dyer and Patsey Green, all the Negroes except Bobb.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1830, p. 264. [file 275]
00275
Christmas William
JUBELS
BOBB
ADAM
DINAH
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Inventory of the Estate of William Christmas, deceased, filed in the April Session 1812, listed the following slaves:  JUBELS, BOBB, ADAM, and DINAH.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1830, p. 267. [file 276]
00276
Clark Samuel
WATT
DICK
JUDAH
ALLEN
LEWIS
ORREY
MOLLEY
MARY
FRANK
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Inventory of the Estate of Samuel Clark, deceased, filed in the July Session of Court, 1807, lists the following slaves:  WATT aged 35, DICK aged 25, JUDAH aged 18, two children ALLEN and LEWIS, two girls over twelve ‑ ORREY and MOLLEY, MARY under 12 years old, and FRANK under 12 years old.
 [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1830, 166. [file 277]
00277
Clark Samuel ADDITIONAL INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Additional Inventory of the Estate of Samuel Clark, deceased, filed July Session of Court, 1807, includes a receipt for the hire of a Negro [not named in record].
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1830, 167. [file 278]
00278
clark Samuel
WATT
DICK
ORRA
MARY
LEWIS
FRANK
JUDE
MILLEY
ALLEN
CARDINE
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Inventory of the Estate of Samuel Clark, deceased, filed in the April Session of Court, 1810, lists the following slaves:  WATT aged 35 years, DICK aged 25 years, ORRA aged 18 years, MARY aged 13 years, LEWIS aged 4 years, FRANK aged 12 years, JUDE aged 20 years, MILLEY aged 17 years, ALLEN aged 6 years, and CARDINE aged 1 year.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1830, 220. [file 279]
00279
Sawyers
Clark
Sampson
Samuel
ADMINISTRATOR'S SETTLEMENT
Settlement with Sampson Sawyers, Administrator, in right of his wife, on the estate of Samuel Clark, deceased, for keeping three Negro children up to this present date ‑ $56.00.  Proven in January Session of Court, 1810.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 212. [file 280]
00280
Clark Samuel
DICK
LEWIS
DIVISION OF ESTATE
Division of the Estae of Samuel Clark, deceased, dated July 9, 1810, and filed in the July Session of Court, 1810, lists the slaves, DICK and LEWIS, valued at $660.00. [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 225.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 225. [file 281]
00281
clark Samuel
WAT
FRANKJUDE
ANNE
MOLLEYALLEN
CATHERINE
JACOB
RUTH
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Inventory of the Estate of Samuel Clark, deceased, dated Jan. 1, 1812, lists the following slaves:  WAT, FRANK, JUDE, ANNE, MOLLEY, MARY, ALLEN, CATHERINE, and their children born since, namely, JACOB and RUTH.
00282
Clark Samuel
WALL (WATT)
FRANK
ALLEN
JACOB
JIM
JERRY
HARRIOT
JUDE
ONEY
MOLLEY
MARCY
CAROLINE
RUTH
MINERVA
LUCINDA
MEMORANDUM OF NEGROES
Memorandum of Negroes of the estate of Samuel Clark, deceased, filed in the October Session of Court, 1815, lists the following slaves:  Wall [Watt] about 43 years old, Frank about 16 years old, Allen about 10 years old, Jacob about 4 years old, Jim about 2 years old, Jerry about 1 year old, Harriot about 3 years old, Jude about 1 year old, ONEY about 27 years old, MOLLEY about 22 years old, MARCY about 18 years old, CAROLINE about 6 years old, RUTH about 4 years old, MINERVA about 6 months old, and LUCINDA about 3 weeks old.
00283
Clark Samuel SETTLEMENT
Settlement with the heirs of Samuel Clark, deceased, for the hire of the Negroes of the estate for the years 1816 and 1817, was filed in the April Session of Court, 1817. [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 319.
00284
Clark
Russworm
Samuel
John
MOLLY
JERRY
WATT
HARRIET
BEN
DIVISION OF NEGROES
A Division of the Negroes of the Estate of Samuel Clark, deceased, was filed in the April Session of Court, 1818.  The following slaves were given to John Russworm in right of his wife, the daughter of Samuel Clark:  MOLLY valued at $600, JERRY valued at $225, WATT valued at $450, HARRIETT valued at $250, and BEN valued at $175
.[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 377. [file 285]
Samuel Clark, deceased, ____; estate probated Williamson County Court, 1826; "left slaves."
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 3, 255. [file 285]
00285
Clouse Isaac 1860 SLAVE SCHEDULE (CENSUS), WILLIAMSON CO., TENN.
Isaac B. Clouse was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennes‑ see [p. 2], as the owner of 3 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___names are not listed. He had 1 slave house on his property.  The slaves included:  1 female black aged 27 years, 1 male mulatto aged 22 years, and 1 male mulatto aged 20 years.  
00286
Clouston
Perkins
Edward G.
Nicholas T.
LANDON
LAWSUIT, CHANCERY COURT
Edward G. Clouston vs. Nicholas T. Perkins.  Wants negro man, LANDON, that Perkins has.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 5 1830‑31, 359. [file 287]
00287
Cole
Cole
Joseph
Elizabeth
JACK
WILL
Joseph Cole, died in 1809, leaving a will, which was proven in the January Session of Court, 1810.  To Elizabeth Cole, Joseph Cole left a Negro boy, JACK.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 214. [file 288]
00288
Cole Thomas
DENNIS
MARY
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
An Inventory of the Estate of Thomas Cole, deceased, was filed in the October Session of Court, 1819, and includes the followings slaves:  one boy named DENNIS, and a girl MARY.
 [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, pp. 105‑106. [file 289]
00289
Collins
White
Thomas

RACHEL
PETITION TO SELL SLAVE
Thomas Collins died in 1851, intestate.  Mr. White was appointed administrator, and petitioned to the court that it was necessary to sell the slave RACHEL to pay debts of the estate.
00290
Donegan Mary Scott OBITUARY
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Review Appeal, Nov. 27, 1924.
"BLACK MAMMY" DIED HERE WEDNESDAY
"The death of Mary Scott Donegan, who died suddenly Wednesday marks the passing of an esteemed ""Black Mammy"" of the good old days.  ""Aunt Mary,"" as she was called by her host of friends, among the white people, was an exemplary character and was regarded as a good neighbor by those who lived near her.   She was especially fond of children and her home was the mecca for the white children of the street to whom they carried their flowers and sweets and in turn got many a story about ""Once Upon a
Time."" Aunt married belong to the Cook family to which the late Miss Lou Reese was related.  She was the sister to Mattie Scott Otey, deceased, with whose daughters Carrie and Mattie lived until their death.  She lived in Lebanon, Ohio, for about 40 years, but decided about 18 years ago that she wanted to come back down South to spend her last days against all protests of her adopted daughter, Mamie Murphy, whom she adopted, at the age of two years.  At the age of 82 years and 15 days, she fell quietly asleep in Jesus while sitting in her chair.""
[2] The (Franklin, Tenn.) Review Appeal, Nov. 27, 1924. [file 291]
00291
Cook Edmund
CHARLES
SAM
BOB
LEVINA
NANCY
JUNER
JOHAM
MILLEY
INVENTORY OF ESTATE
Inventory of the Estate of Edmund Cook, deceased, dated January 1, 1806, included the following slaves:  CHARLES aged 21 years, SAM aged 18 years, BOB aged 4 years, LEVINA aged 5 years, NANCY aged 24 years, JUNER (woman), aged 22 years, JOHAM aged 2 years, and MILLEY aged 2 years.
 [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 128. [file 292]
00292
Cook
Boyd


Cook


Cook



Cook


Cook
Edmund
Mary
CHARLES
WINNEY
Henry
NANCY
JOHAM
Mary
JAN
JAMES
PETER
John
BOB
LEVINA
George
SAM
MILLEY
DIVISION OF ESTATE
Division of the Estate of Edmond Cook, deceased, was filed in Court during the January Session, 1809.  The heirs drew lots:  Mary Boyd, late Mary Cook, drew lot #1, and received slaves ‑ CHARLES and WINNEY, 18 years old.  Henry Cook drew lot #2, and received slaves ‑ NANCY aged 26, and JOHAM aged 5 years.  Mary Cook drew lot #3, and received slaves ‑ JAN aged 35 years, JAMES aged 2 years, and PETER aged 3 months.  John Cook drew lot #4, and received slaves ‑ BOB aged 7 years, and LEVINA aged 8 years.  George E. Cook drew lot #5, and received slaves ‑ SAM aged 21 years, and MILLEY aged 5 years.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 54. [file 293]
00293
Cook
Cook
Boyd
Henry
Edmund

NUNEY
SUK
SUK
ISHAM
NUNEY
ISHAM
NANCY
ISHAM
GUARDIAN ACCOUNT
Guardian Account of Henry Cook, guardian of Henry Cook, a minor orphan of Edmund Cook, deceased, made before Court April 1, 1814.
Expenses:
1809 ‑ paid Boyd for boarding, clothing, schooling, and taxes on Negroes.
Credit:
1809 ‑ hire of Negro woman NUNEY.
1810 ‑ hire of Negro SUK for nothing.
1811 ‑ hire of said Negro [SUK].
1811 ‑ hire of ISHAM
1812 ‑ hire of NUNEY
1812 ‑ hire of ISHAM
1813 ‑ hire of NANCY
1813 ‑ hire of ISHAM.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 83. [file 294]
00294
Cook
Cook
Henry
Edmund
BOB
BOB
LEVY
BOB
LEVY
BOB
Guardian Account of Henry Cook, guardian of John Cook, minor orphan of Edmund Cook, deceased, filed in the Court on April 1, 1814.
Credits:
1810 ‑ hire of BOB.
1811 ‑ hire of BOB.
1811 ‑ hire of LEVY.
1812 ‑ hire of BOB.
1812 ‑ hire of LEVY
1813 ‑ hire of BOB.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 84. [file 295]
00295
Cook
Cook
Cook
Henry
George E
Edmund
SAM
MELLEY.
Guardian Account of Henry Cook, guardian for George E. Cook, minor heir of Edmund Cook, deceased, filed in the Court Apirl 1, 1814.
Credits:
1809, 1810, 1811, 1812, 1813 ‑ hire of SAM.
1811, 1812, 1813 ‑ hire of MELLEY.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 84. [file296]
00296
Cook
Sharp
Edmund

Hulme
Henry
Searcy D.
Cook
CHINA
George
CHERRY
Guardian Account filed in the April Session of Court, 1815, by Henry Cook, guardian of Searcy D. Sharp, minor heir of Edmund  Cook, deceased, lists the hire of a Negro girl, CHINA and her child [no name given], for 1813‑1814; and a bond on George Hulme for the hire of Negro CHERRY, due Jan. 1, 1816.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 140. [file 297]
00297
Cook
Sharp
Cook

Johnson
Henry
Henry
Sala N
edmund
PETER.
A.
John J.
PETER
Guardian Account filed in the April Session of Court, 1815, by Henry Cook, guardian of  Sala N. Sharp, minor heir of Edmund Cook, deceased, lists the hire of a Negro man PETER by A. Johnson for the year 1813; and the hire of PETER by John J. Henry.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 141. [file 298]
00298
Cook
Cook
Henry
Edmund
BOB
Guardian Account for Henry Cook, guardian of John T. Cook, heir of Edmund Cook, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1817, and included a Credit for the hire of slave BOB for the years 1814, 1815, and 1816.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 282. [file 299]
00299
Cook
Cook
Cook
Henry
George
Edmund
SAM
MILLY
Guardian Settlement with Henry Cook, guardian of George E. Cook, heir of Edmund Cook, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1817, and included a Credit for the hire of slaves SAM and MILLY for the years 1814, 1815, and 1816.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 283. [file 300]
00300
Cook
Cook
Henry
Edmund
PETER
RACHEL
ROSE
Three Guardian Settlements with Henry Cook, guardian of the minor heirs of Edmund Cook, were filed in the October Session of Court, 1817.  Mentioned was the hire of the slave PETER, RACHEL and her child, and clothing for the slave ROSE.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, pp. 336 & 339. [file 301]
00301
Cook
Crook
Cook
Henry
George E.
Edmund
MILLY
NANCY
ISHAM
BETTY
NANCY
ISHAM
BETTY
Guardian Account with Henry Cook, guardian for George E. Crook, minor heir of Edmund Cook, deceased, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1820.  It mentions the hire of the slave SAM for the year 1818; the slave MILLY for the year 1818, and the hire of the slaves NANCY, ISHAM, BETTY, NANCY, ISHAM, and BETTY.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 133. [file 302]
00302
Cook
Sharp
Cook
Henry
Peggy
Edmund
ROSE
Guardian Settlement for Henry Cook, guardian of Peggy Sharp, minor heir of Edmund Cook, deceased, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1820, and mentions the hire of the slave ROSE.
[5] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 135. [file 303]
00303
Cook
Cook
Cook
Henry
John T.
Edmund
BOB
Guardian Settlement with Henry Cook, guardian of John T. Cook, minor heir of Edmund Cook, deceased, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1820, and mentions the hire of the slave BOB for the years 1818, 1819, and 1820.
[6] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 136. [file 304]
00304
Cooke
Lytle
John W.
Archibald
LUCY
COOKE‑LYTLE SLAVES
John W. Cooke deed to Archibald Lytle.  Registered August 17, 1821.  "Negro female slave named LUCY, about 15 years old.
[7] Williamson County, Tennessee, Deeds, H, 51. [file 305]
00305
  AGNES WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES.
AGNES, a negro woman slave.  1822.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00306
  ALISON WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
ALISON, Nelson, colored.  1879.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00307
  ALLEN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
ALLEN, Will, colored.  1875.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00308
ARRINGTON GEORGE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
ARRINGTON, George, colored.  1868.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00309
BERRY WILL WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BERRY, Will, colored.  n.d..  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00310
BIGGERS JIM WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BIGGERS, Jim, colored.  1881.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00311
BITTICK ADAM WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BITTICK, Adam, colored.  1870.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00312
BOWDEN JAMES WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BOWDEN, James, colored.  1864.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00313
BOXLEY GEORGE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BOXLEY, George, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00314
BRADLEY AMOS WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BRADLEY, Amos, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00315
BRIDGES   WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BRIDGES, Tennessee, colored.  1866.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00316
Brown ANDERSON WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BROWN, Anderson, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00317
BROWN FRANK WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BROWN, Frank, colored.  1878.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00318
BROWN JACK WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BROWN, Jack, colored.  1838.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00319
BUCHANAN CATOR WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BUCHANAN, Cator, colored.  1884.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00320
BUCHANAN JESSE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BUCHANAN, Jesse, colored.  1866.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00321
BUCHANAN JOSEPH WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BUCHANAN, Joseph, colored.  1869.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00322
BUCHANAN LEWIS WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BUCHANAN, Lewis, colored.  1880.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00323
BUCHANAN MARY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BUCHANAN, Mary, colored.  1880.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00324
BUFORD HARDIN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BUFORD, Hardin, colored.  1866.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00325
BURNS NED WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
BURNS, Ned, colored.  1870.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00326
CALLAWAY CAPERTON WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CALLAWAY, Caperton, colored.  1834.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00327
CANNON RILEY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CANNON, Riley, colored.  1869.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00328
CAROTHERS CHARLES WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CAROTHERS, Charles, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00329
CAROTHERS HENRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CAROTHERS, Henry, colored.  1887.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00330
CAROTHERS JACK WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CAROTHERS, Jack, colored.  1869.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00331
CAROTHERS JOHN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CAROTHERS, John, colored.  1817.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00332
CAROTHERS ROBERT WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CAROTHERS, Robert, colored.  1809.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00333
CARSON CYNTHIA WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CARSON, Cynthia, colored.  1874.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00334
CARTER GEORGE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CARTER, George, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00335
CARTER JACK WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CARTER, Jack, colored.  1866.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00336
CARTER LEWIS WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CARTER, Lewis, colored.  1875.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00337
CARTER RUFUS WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CARTER, Rufus, colored.  1881.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00338
CAROTHERS JACK WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CARUTHERS, Jack, colored.  1877.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00339
CATOR FRANK WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CATOR, Frank, colored.  1866.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00340
CHURCH GREEN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CHURCH, Green, colored.  1867.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00341
CHURCH ANDREW WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CHURCH, Andrew, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00342
CLAY JEFF WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CLAY, Jeff, colored.  1869.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00343
CLOUSTON HENRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CLOUSTON, Henry, colored.  1886.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00344
COLDWELl TOM WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
COLDWELL, Tom, colored.  n.d..  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00345
CONN JAMES WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CONN, James, colored.  1865.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00346
CONN JO WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CONN, Jo., colored.  1870.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00347
COOK JERRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
COOK, Jerry, colored.  1883.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00348
COX HENRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
COX, Henry, colored.  1869.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00349
CRAFTON HENRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CRAFTON, Henry, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00350
CRITZ JOHN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CRITZ, John, colored.  1872.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00351
CROCKETT ALF WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CROCKETT, Alf, colored.  1880.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00352
CROOK RANDALL WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
CROOK, Randall, colored.  1866.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00353
DABNEY BOSE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
DABNEY, Bose, colored.  1873.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00354
DAVIS ROBERT WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
DAVIS, Robert, colored.  1866.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00355
DAVIS TIM WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
DAVIS, Tim, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00356
DAVIS TUCKER WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
DAVIS, Tucker, colored.  1868.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00357
DEMOSS ABRAM WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
DEMOSS, Abram, colored.  1875.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00358
DODSON LUNDY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
DODSON, Lundy, colored.  1879.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00359
ELLIS MARISH WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
ELLIS, Marish , colored.  1887.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00360
ELSAYER ANTHONY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
ELSAYER, Anthony , colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00361
EWING ALEXANDER WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
EWING, Alexander, colored.  1865.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00362
EWING BUTCH WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
EWING, Butch, colored.  1865.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00363
EWING HARVEY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
EWING, Harvey, colored.  1883.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00364
FARMER VINEY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
FARMER, Viney, colored.  1888.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00365
FITZGERALD WILLIAM WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
FITZGERALD, William, colored.  n.d..  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00366
FLEMING AL WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
FLEMING, Al, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00367
FLEMINg GUS WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
FLEMING, Gus, colored.  1877.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00368
FLEMING JOHN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
FLEMING, John, colored.  1883.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00369
FLOYDE GILBERT WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
FLOYDE, Gilbert, colored.  1893.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00370
GENTRY BEN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
GENTRY, Ben, colored.  1880.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00371
GERMAN BILL WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
GERMAN, Bill, colored.  1881.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00372
GERMAN DANIEL WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
GERMAN, Daniel, colored.  1860.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00373
GERMAN IKE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
GERMAN, Ike, colored.  1881.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00374
GERMAN JERRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
GERMAN, Jerry, colored.  1868.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00375
GERMAN JODIE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
GERMAN, Jodie, colored.  1880.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00376
GERMAN JUDY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
GERMAN, Judy, colored.  1891.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00377
GERMAN SPENCER WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
GERMAN, Spencer, colored.  1874.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00378
GILES ELLIS WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
GILES, Ellis, colored.  1883.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00379
GRIFFEN WILLIAM WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
GRIFFEN, William, colored.  1868.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00380
HALFACRE WIS WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
HALFACRE, Wis, colored.  1809.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00381
HARBERTSON JOHN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
HARBERTSON, John, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00382
HARDEE HENRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
HARDEE, Henry, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00383
HARDIN LEWIS WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
HARDIN, Lewis, colored.  1872.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00384
HARRISON GEORGE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
HARRISON, George, colored.  1881.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00385
HOLT RUFE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
HOLT, Rufe, colored.  1884.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00386
HORTON JAMES WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
HORTON, James, colored.  1869.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00387
HOUSE MUNCH WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
HOUSE, Munch, colored.  n.d..  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00388
JOHNSON GEORGE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
JOHNSON, George, colored.  1887.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00389
JONES HENRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES JONES, Henry, colored.  1895.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court. 00390
JORDAN ALEX WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
JORDAN, Alex, colored.  1867.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00391
KINNARD GEORGE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASESKINNARD, George, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court. 00392
KINNARD JACK WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASESKINNARD, Jack, colored.  n.d..  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court. 00393
KINNARD THOMAS WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
KINNARD, Thomas, colored.  1878.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00394
McCONNELL ANDREW WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
McCONNELL, Andrew, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00395
MAXWELL HENRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
MAXWELL, Henry, colored.  1880.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00396
MITCHELL ALEX WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASESMITCHELL, Alex, colored.  1866.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court. 00397
MORTON JEFF WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
MORTON, Jeff, colored.  1876.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00398
MOSELY HAMRU WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
MOSELY, Hamru, colored.  1870.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00399
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