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SURNAME NAME SUMMARY FILE #
MOSELY J.M. WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
MOSELY, J. M., colored.  1882.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00400
NEELY GEORGE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
NEELY, George, colored.  1875.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00401
NEELY GEORGE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
NEELY, George, colored.  1849.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00402
NOLEN JOHN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
NOLEN, John, colored.  1868.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00403
OWEN ELLICK WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASESOWEN, Ellick, colored.  1865.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court. 00404
PATTON HOUSTON WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
PATTON, Houston, colored.  1880.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00405
PERKINS HILLARD WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
PERKINS, Hillard, colored.  1888.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00406
PETWAY JOHN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
PETWAY, John, colored.  1890.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00407
POINTER BUD WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
POINTER, Bud, colored.  1880.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00408
POINTER DEE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
POINTER, Dee, colored.  1899.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00409
POINTER PARSLEY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
POINTER, Parsley, colored.  1873.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00410
POLE HARRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
POLE, Harry, colored.  n.d..  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00411
POYNTER WALKER WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
POYNTER, Walker, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00412
PRIM GEORGE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
PRIM, George, colored.  1870.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00413
PURYEAR ROBERT WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
PURYEAR, Robert, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00414
REAMS GEORGE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
REAMS, George, colored.  1870.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00415
REESE DAN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
REESE, Dan, colored.  n.d..  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00416
REEVES GEORGE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
REEVES, George, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00417
RICE MANCE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
RICE, Mance, colored.  1880.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00418
ROBERTS JACK WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
ROBERTS, Jack, colored.  1888.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00419
ROBINSON CYRUS WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
ROBINSON, Cyrus, colored.  1872.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00420
ROUNTREE SUSAN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
ROUNTREE, Susan, colored.  1873.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00421
SAWYER ISAAC WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASESSAWYER, Isaac, colored.  1872.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court. 00422
SCOTT HENRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
SCOTT, Henry, colored.  1866.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00423
SCOTT JOHN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
SCOTT, John, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00424
SCRUGGS ABNER WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
SCRUGGS, Abner, colored.  1873.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00425
SCRUGGS HENRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
SCRUGGS, Henry, colored.  1883.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00426
SHANNON BEN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
SHANNON, Ben, colored.  1877.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00427
SHELBORNE IKE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
SHELBORNE, Ike, colored.  1888.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00428
SHELBORNE BOSE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
SHELBURN, Bose, colored.  1871.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00429
SHELBORNE WILL WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
SHELBURN, Will, colored.  1898.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00430
SHUTE JOHN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
SHUTE, John, colored.  1890.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00431
SHUTE SAM WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
SHUTE, Sam, colored.  1890.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00432
SLAVE DAVY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
SLAVE, DAVY  1812.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00433
STARNES JANE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
STARNES, Jane, colored.  1899.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00434
STEELE HENRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
STEELE, Henry, colored.  1866.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00435
SWANSON FELIX WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
SWANSON, Felix, colored.  n.d..  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00436
VAUGHN BILL WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
VAUGHN, Bill, colored.  1884.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00437
WADE PRENTICE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
WADE, Prentice, colored.  1882.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00438
WADE WESLEY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
WADE, Wesley, colored.  1890.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00439
WALKER JAMES WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
WALKER, James, colored.  1877.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00440
WARREN JULIA WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
WARREN, Julia, colored.  1873.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00441
WILLIAMS HENRY WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
WILLIAMS, Henry, colored.  1881.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00442
WILLIAMS JAMES WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
WILLIAMS, James, colored.  1869.  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00443
WILSON GEORGE WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CIRCUIT COURT, STATE CASES
WILSON, George, colored.  1879..  State vs. ‑ Williamson County, Tennesse Circuit Court.
00444
ALEXANDER
ALLEN
ANDREWS
AUSTIN
BAILEY
BAILEY
BINGHAM
BOND
BOSTICK
BOXLEY
BROWN
BROWN
BUCHANAN
BUFORD
BURNS
BUTLER
DOC
JEFF
CLAY
JAS.
GREEN
GREEN W.
ALEN
GEO.
HARRY
MARTIN
WM.
WM.
DAN.L
PRESLEY
PETER
JAS.
List of registered voters in Williamson County, Tennessee, for the week ending Wednesday evening last.  The (Franklin, Tenn.) Weekly Review, June 14, 1867.
‑ Black Voters ‑
ALEXANDER, Doc ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
ALLEN, Jeff ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
ANDREWS, Clay ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
AUSTIN, Jas. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
BAILEY, Green ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
BAILEY, Green W. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
BINGHAM, Alen ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
BOND, Geo. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
BOSTICK, Harry ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
BOXLEY, Martin ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
BROWN, Wm. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
BROWN, Wm. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
BUCHANAN, Dan'l ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
BUFORD, Presley ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
BURNS, Peter ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
BUTLER, Jas. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
00445
CANNON
CANNON
CAROTHERS
CAROTHERS
CARTER
CHADWELL
COVINGTON
COVINGTON
CRAFTON
CROCKETT
CRUTCHER
CRUTCHER
DAVIS
DEMOSS
DEMUMBRANE
EMOND
JACOB
IKE
MOSES
WM.
JAS.
HENRY
REUBEN
JOHN
CHAS
JACKSON
SAM
HENRY
NED
SAM
List of registered voters in Williamson County, Tennessee, for the week ending Wednesday evening last.  The (Franklin, Tenn.) Weekly Review, June 14, 1867. (continued)
‑ Black Voters ‑
CANNON, Emond ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
CANNON, Jacob ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
CAROTHERS, Ike ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
CAROTHERS, Moses ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
CARTER, Wm. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
CHADWELL, Jas. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
COVINGTON, Henry ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
COVINGTON, Reuben ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
COVINGTON, Sam ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
CRAFTON, John ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
CROCKETT, Chas. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
CRUTCHER, Jackson ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
CRUTCHER, Sam ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
DAVIS, Henry ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
DEMOSS, Ned ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
DEMUMBRANE, Sam ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
00445
DEMUMBRANE
DEMUMBRANE
DEMUMBRANE
DEMUMBRANE
DOWNING
DUFF
EDMONDSON
ELLSON
EWING
FARMER
FIGUERS
FITZGERALD
GARNETT
GENTRY
GERMAN
GIBSON
ADAM
ED
GEO.
LUKE
BEN
JNO.
HARRY
HOWELL
ANDREW
JACK
ALBERT
AMBROSE
EPH.
ALLEN
ANDY
ALFRED
List of registered voters in Williamson County, Tennessee, for the week ending Wednesday evening last.  The (Franklin, Tenn.) Weekly Review, June 14, 1867 (continued)
DEMUMBRANE, Adam ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
DEMUMBRANE, Ed ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
DEMUMBRANE, Geo. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
DEMUMBRANE, Luke ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
DOWNING, Ben ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
DUFF, Jno. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
EDMONSON, Harry ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
ELLSON, Howell ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
EWING, Andrew ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
FARMER, Jack ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
FIGUERS, Albert ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
FITZGERALD, Ambrose ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
GARNETT, Eph ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
GENTRY, Allen ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
GERMAN, Andy ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
GIBSON, Alfred ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
00445
GOSEY
GRIMES
GRIMES
GRIMES
HALEY
HALEY
HALFACRE
HARRISON
HARRISON
HATCHER
HAY
HAYES
HOUSE
HUGHES
HUGHES
HUGHES
JERRY
GRAN
JORDON
ZECHIEL
JAMES A.
WASH
JIM
DAN'L
JOHN
SAM
WILSON
REUBEN
FRANK
ABE
BRICE
LEWIS
List of registered voters in Williamson County, Tennessee, for the week ending Wednesday evening last.  The (Franklin, Tenn.) Weekly Review, June 14, 1867 (continued)
GOSEY, Jerry ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
GRIMES, Gran ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
GRIMES, Jordon ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
GRIMES, Zechiel ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HALEY, James A. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HALEY, Wash ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HALFACRE, Jim ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HARRISON, Dan'l ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HARRISON, John ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HATCHER, Sam ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HAY, Wilson ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HAYES, Reuben ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HOUSE, Frank ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HUGHES, Abe ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HUGHES, Brice ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HUGHES, Lewis ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
00445
HUGHES
HUGHES
HUGHES
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JONES
JORDAN
KELSO
KINNARD
KIRKPATRICK
LAMAR
LEDBETTER
LEE
LONG
MATTHEWS
MAXWELL
LUDLOW
ROBT.
SANDY
SAM
WM.
BOAS
JO.
CELIM
PETER
LEWIS
HENRY
HENRY
JNO.
CLINTON
ALLEN
DAN'L
List of registered voters in Williamson County, Tennessee, for the week ending Wednesday evening last.  The (Franklin, Tenn.) Weekly Review, June 14, 1867 (continued)
HUGHES, Ludlow ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HUGHES, Robt. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
HUGHES, Sandy ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
JOHNSON, Sam ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
JOHNSON, Wm. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
JONES, Boas ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
JORDAN, Jo. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
KELSO, Celim ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
KINNARD, Peter ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
KIRKPATRICK, Lewis ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
LAMAR, Henry ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
LEDBETTER, Henry ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
LEE, Jno. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
LONG, Clinton ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
MATTHEWS, Allen ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
MAXWELL, Dan'l ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
00445
MAYBERRY
MAYBERRY
MAYBERRY
McCONNICO
McEWEN
McEWEN
McEWEN
McGAVOCK
McNEELY
MERRIT
MOORE
MORTON
NEELY
NOLEN
NORTH
OGILVIE
CUFFE
MOSE
ROBT.
MANUEL
HENDERSON
ISAAC
SAM
NELSON
FRANK
EDMUND
CHAS.
BOOKER
GRANDERSON
ABNER
LEWIS
WM.
List of registered voters in Williamson County, Tennessee, for the week ending Wednesday evening last.  The (Franklin, Tenn.) Weekly Review, June 14, 1867 (continued)
MAYBERRY, Cuffe ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
MAYBERRY, Mose ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
MAYBERRY, Robt. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
McCONNICO, Manuel ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
McEWEN, Henderson ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
McEWEN, Isaac (2nd) ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
McEWEN, Sam ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
McGAVOCK, Nelson ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
McNEELY, Frank ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
MERRITT, Edmund ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
MOORE, Chas. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
MORTON, Booker ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
NEELY, Granderson ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
NOLEN, Abner ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
NORTH, Lewis ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
OGILVIE, Wm. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
00446
OWEN
PAGE
PARKES
PARRIS
PARRISH
PATTON
PERKINS
PERKINS
PERKINS
PETWAY
PHILLIPS
PINKSTON
POINTER
POLK
POLK
POPE
CHAS. M.
GRUNDY
SAM
DAN'L
GOE.
CALVIN
CARTER
CHAS.
LUKE
WM.
THOS.
CLEM
ARTHUR
BEN
OSBURN
ALBERT
List of registered voters in Williamson County, Tennessee, for the week ending Wednesday evening last.  The (Franklin, Tenn.) Weekly Review, June 14, 1867 (continued)
OWEN, Chas. M. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PAGE, Grundy ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PARKES,Sam ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PARRIS, Dan'l ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PARRISH, Geo. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PATTON, Calvin ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PERKINS, Carter ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PERKINS, Chas. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PERKINS, Luke ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PETWAY, Wm. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PHILLIPS, Thos. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PINKSTON, Clem ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
POINTER, Arthur ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
POLK, Ben ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
POLK, Osburn ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
POPE, Albert ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
00446
PORTER
PRICE
PURYEAR
RATCLIFFE
REDDICK
REDMOND
REDMOND
ROBINSON
RUCKER
SAWYERS
SCALES
SCRUGGS
SHANNON
SHANNON
SHELBURN
WM.
GEO.
BILLY
DAVID
BOWLING
GEO.
GILES
JIM
ABROM, JR.
ANDY
GRANVILLE
JACK
ALFREDJERRY
LEWIS
PLEASANT SR.
List of registered voters in Williamson County, Tennessee, for the week ending Wednesday evening last.  The (Franklin, Tenn.) Weekly Review, June 14, 1867 (continued)
PORTER, Wm. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PRICE, Geo. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
PURYEAR, Billy ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
RATCLIFFE, David ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
REDDICK, Bowling ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
REDMOND, Geo. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
REDMOND, Giles ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
ROBINSON, Jim ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
RUCKER(?), Abrom, Jr. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SAWYERS, Andy ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SCALES, Granville ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SCALES, Jack ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SCRUGGS, Alfred ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SHANNON, Jerry ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SHANNON, Lewis ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SHELBURN, Pleasant, Sr. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
00446
SHELBURN
SHELBURNE
SHELBURNE
SHELBURNE
STARNES
STEVENS
SWANSON
SWANZY
SWANZY
TAYLOR
TUCKER
TUCKER
TULLOSS
TULLOSS
WADDEY
WARREN
PLEASANT JR.
BOAS
NED
NOAH
PETER
JIM
BOWLING
BEN
SAM
JIM
ISAAC
JACKSON
ADA
ANDERSON
ABRAM
NICK
List of registered voters in Williamson County, Tennessee, for the week ending Wednesday evening last.  The (Franklin, Tenn.) Weekly Review, June 14, 1867 (continued)
SHELBURN, Pleasant, Jr. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SHELBURNE, Boas ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SHELBURNE, Ned ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SHELBURNE, Noah ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
STARNES, Peter ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
STEVENS, Jim ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SWANSON, Bowling ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SWANZY, Ben ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
SWANZY, Sam ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
TAYLOR, Jim ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
TUCKER, Isaac ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
TUCKER, Jackson ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
TULLOSS, Ada ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
TULLOSS, Anderson ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WADDEY, Abram ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WARREN, Nick ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
00446
WATERS
WATSON
WATSON
WEBB
WEBB
WEBB
WESTMORELAND
WHITE
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS
WINSTEAD
WINSTEAD
YOUNG
BEN
BOB
STEPHEN
HENRY
SIMON
TONEY
CLAIB
HENRY
JESSEE
PETER
JACOB
JNO.
CICERO
List of registered voters in Williamson County, Tennessee, for the week ending Wednesday evening last.  The (Franklin, Tenn.) Weekly Review, June 14, 1867 (continued)
WATERS, Ben (1st) ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WATSON, Bob ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WATSON, Stephen ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WEBB, Henry ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WEBB, Simon ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WEBB, Toney ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WESTMORELAND, Claib ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WHITE, Henry ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WILLIAMS, Jessee ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WILLIAMS, Peter ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WINSTEAD, Jacob ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
WINSTEAD, Jno. ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
YOUNG, Cicero ‑ registered to vote in Williamson County, Tenn. during week of June 14, 1867.
00446
BAUGH
BAUGH
BRADLEY
BRASIER
BROOKS
CAROTHERS
CAROTHERS
CARTER
DeGRAFFENRIED
DODSON
GRAVES
HARRISON
HOLLINS
HOUSE
HUNTER
HUNTER
JESSE
REUBEN
STEPHEN
JESSE
BERRILL
FREEMAN
SAM
JOHN
SACK
JO
BEN
JERRY
PHIL
HENRY
BART
BART
TAX SALES, 1875
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Review and Journal, Thursday, June 17, 1875.
"TAX SALE"
State of Tennessee, Williamson County, S. S.
By virtue of the power and authority vested in me, as Tax Collector of Williamson County, I will, on the first Monday of July, next, it being the 5th day of July, 1875, offer for sale the following described tracts of land, town lots, and parts of town lots the same having been assessed for taxes for the years 1872 and 1873, which taxes are due and remain unpaid, together with penalties and costs:
BAUGH, Jesse ‑ Dist. 8, 1/2 acre, valued $75., '72 & '73, total $9.13.
BAUGH, Reuben ‑ Dist. 9, lot, '72 & '73; total $8.26.
BRADLEY, Stephen ‑ Dist. 9, 1 lot, Hard Bargain, McLemore, valued $255., '72 & '73; total $10.75.
BRASIER, Jesse ‑ Dist. 8, 1/2 acre, valued $75., '72 & '73, total $9.13.
BROOKS, Berrill ‑ Dist. 9, lot, '72 & '73; total $13.06.
CAROTHERS, Freeman ‑ Dist. 8, 1/2 acre, valued $75., '72 & '73, total $9.13.
CAROTHERS, Sam ‑ Dist. 9, lot, Hardbargain, lot, '73; total $5.60.
CARTER, John ‑ Dist. 5, 100 acres, valued $1,275., bd by S. H. Bailey, I. G. Neely, R. A. Neely, Bostick heirs, total $5.27.
DeGRAFFENRIED, Zack ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $100., '73; total $8.10.
DODSON, Jo ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $400., total $6.40.
GRAVES, Ben ‑ Dist. 9, Hardbargain lot, valued $340., '72 & '73; total $8.60.
HARRISON, Jerry ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $400., total $6.40.
HOLLINS, Phil ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $400., total $8.10.
HOUSE, Henry, Dist. 9, 1/2 acre bd by Boyd's Mill Road, valued $425., total $8.30.
HUNTER, Bart ‑ Dist. 3, 2 1/2 acres, valued $85., '73,  total $5.43.
HUNTER, Bart ‑ Dist. 3, 20 acres, valued $100., bd by F. Glass, Wilkins, Kinnard, '72, total $3.20.
TAX SALES, 1875
00446
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
MARTIN
McCLELLAN
NORTH
OTEY
OTEY
OTEY
OTEY
OTEY
PARKS
PATTON
PATTON
PATTON
PATTON
REAMS
SNEED
STANLEY
SWEENEY
SWEENEY
THOMPSON
WILBURN
YOUNG
G.W.
LEWIS
VIRGIL
JACOB
BILLIE
LEWIS
BECKIE
FLEM
HUGH
JO
SALLIE
WM.
ANDREW
GEORGE
JIM
JOHN
HARDY
JOHN W.
THOMAS
LEWIS
SOL
GREEN
JACL
SAMUEL
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Review and Journal, Thursday, June 17, 1875.
"TAX SALE"
JOHNSON, G. W. ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $700., total $10.62.
JOHNSON, Lewis ‑ Dist. 9, l 1/2 lots , valued $1,000., total $10.75.
JOHNSON, Virgil ‑ Dist. 9, lot bd by Natchez Trace Road, valued $865., total $9.75.
MARTIN, Jacob ‑ Dist. 9, lot Hardbargain, McLemore St., valued $265., total $6.85.
McCLELLAN, Billie ‑ Dist. 9, 6 1/2 lots, valued $800., total $8.30.
NORTH, Lewis ‑ Dist. 9, lot bd by Natchez Trace Road, valued $6.95, total $6.95.
OTEY, Beckie ‑ Dist. 9, lot, Hardbargain, valued $300., total $5.02.
OTEY, Flem ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $300., '72 & '73, total $10.43 1/2.
OTEY, Hugh ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $300., total $4.67 1/2.
OTEY, Jo ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $300., total $5.02.
OTEY, Sallie ‑ Dist. 9, lot, McLemore St., valued $265., total $4.71.
PARKS, Wm. ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $600, '72 & '73, total $7.44.
PATTON, Andrew ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $500., '72 & '73, total $11.32 1/2.
PATTON, George ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $1,200., total $10.27.
PATTON, Jim ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $800., total $11.46.
PATTON, John ‑ Dist. 9, lot, Columbia Pike, '72 value $800, '73 value $850., total  $18.66.
REAMS, Hardy ‑ Dist. 3, 75 acres, valued $340., bd by C. Poyner, Wall, Blackburn, A  Dodd, total $6.30.
SNEED, John W. ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $500., total $7.12 1/2.
STANLEY, Thomas ‑ Dist. 8, 1/2 acre, valued $75., total $5.39.
SWEENEY, Lewis ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $700., total $9.75 1/2.
SWEENEY, Sol ‑ Dist. 9, lot, valued $700., total $8.67 1/2.
THOMPSON, Green ‑ Dist. 9, lot, Lewisburg Pike, valued $500., total $8.94.
WILBURN, Jack ‑ Dist. 9, lot, Hardbargain, valued $400., total $5.86.
YOUNG, Samuel ‑ Dist. 9, 1 1/2 lots, valued ___, total $12.20.
00446
JOHNSON
ANDREW
HUNTER
DRAKE
CECIL
THOMPSON
SCRUGGS
BROOMFIELD
BURNS
WAGONER
GERMAN
FLEMING
EPS
CRUTCHER
ISAAC M.
ALICE
JAMES
CALEDONIA
SAM
SUSIE
JOHN
TENNESSEE
NED
NANNIE
JOE
SALLIE
WEST
OPHELIA
"COLORED MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED"

ISAAC M. JOHNSON & ALICE ANDREW  ‑ 1884
JAMES HUNTER & CALEDONIA DRAKE  ‑ 1884
SAM CECIL & SUSIE THOMPSON ‑ 1884
JOHN SCRUGGS & TENNESSEE BROOMFIELD ‑ 1884
NED BURNS & NANNIE WAGONER ‑ 1884
JOE GERMAN & SALLIE FLEMING ‑ 1884
WEST EPS & OPHELIA CRUTCHER ‑ 1884

[1] The (Franklin, Tenn.) Review and Journal, Thursday, Feb. 7, 1884. [file 447]
00447
Susannah
Vaughn
Vaughn
Harper
Nancy
William
HARRY
PASCHAL
HENRY
DILCY
Susannah Harper, Deed of Gift to Nancy Vaughn, now the wife of William Vaughn, "for the true love and affection I have for Nancy Vaughn, now the wife of William Vaughn, do give four slaves:  HARRY, PASCHAL, HENRY, & DILCY, all my moveable property, except that already bequeathed to Elizabeth Ann Vaughan, diaghter of William & Nancy Vaughan.  Dated July 23, 1819.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Bonds (1819‑1851), 6. [448]


Susannah Harper, Deed of Gift to Nancy Vaughn, wife of William Vaughn, of 1 negro boy JOHN.  Dated 23 July 1819.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Bonds (1819‑1851), 6. [448]
00448
Coor Thomas
NAT
NAN
NED
JERRY
ALL
NAT
ALE
The Inventory of the Estate of Thomas Coor, deceased, dated July 1, 1816, was filed in the July Session of Court, 1816.  It lists the following slaves:  NAT, NAN, NED, JERRY, ALL, NAT, and ALE.  Jonathan Coor was the adminstrator.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 219. [file 449]
00449
Coore
Coore


Bizzell

Glover

Ragsdale

Bedford

Burnett
Thomas
Milly
NAT
NAN
Isaac
AB
Jones
ANN
Thomas
ALLY
William
LITTLE NAT
George
JERRY
An Account of the Sale and Hire of the Negroes of the estate of Thomas Coore, deceased, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1817.
Milly Coore purchased the slaves, NAT and NAN.
Isaac Bizzel purchased the slave AB.
Jones Glover purchased the slaves ANN and her child.
Thomas. Rags[dale?] purchased the slave ALLY.
William Bedford purchased the slave LITTLE NAT.
George Burnett purchased the slave JERRY.

[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 370. [file 450]



00450
Coor
Coore
Coor
Coore
Thomas
Thomas
Jonathan
Jonathan
Guardian Settlement for Jonathan Coor/Coore, son of Thomas Coor/Coore, deceased, was filed in the April Session of Court, 1819.  "By allowance made to the Guardian for travelling to North Carolina and bringing a negro woman and child to this State for said Estate at his own expense ‑ $80.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 4, p. 56. [file 451]
00451
Coor
Coore
James
James
NED
JINNY
ALLY
ALE
NAT
Guardian Settlement for James Coor/Coore, orphan of Thomas Coor/Coore, deceased, was filed in the April Session of Court, 1820.  It includes the hire of the slaves NED, JINNY, ALLY, ALE, NED, and NAT.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 162. [file 452]
00452
Coor
Coore
James H.
James H.
JERRY
NATALY
ANN
ALE
Settement with the guardian of James H. Coor/Coore, was filed in the January Term of Court 1824, listing the hire of the following slaves until January 1824:  JERRY, NAT, ALY, ANN, ALE.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, pP. 688‑689. [file 453]
00453
Cochran John
Susannah
JESSE
VINEY
John Cochran, died in 1825, leaving a will which was probated in the April Term of Court, 1825.  He left the following bequest: 
To wife Susannah, the slaves JESSE and VINEY. .
 [4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 4, p. 1. [file 454]

00454
George John
PHILLIP
JOHN GEORGE
The ( Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, February 9, 1855.
COMMITTED TO JAIL
Committed to the Jail of Williamson County, about the first of August, a negro man who calls his name PHILLIP, and says he belongs to John George, living near Holly Springs, Miss.  Said Negro is about twenty‑five years old, black acolor, has several teeth missing in front___the owner is requested to come forward, prove pro‑ perty, pay charges and take him away, or will be dealth with as the law directs.
M. Cody, Jailor.
00455
  PHILIP
HUGHY
The ( Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, July 13, 1855
NEGROES FOR SALE
By virtue of authority of law, I will expose to sale at the Court House door in the town of Franklin, on Tuesday, 14th day of August, next, two negro men, now in the jail of Williamson County, named PHILIP and HUGHY.  They will be sold to pay their Jail and other expenses unless the owners thereof shall, previous to that day come forward, pay expenses, and take them away.
Jno. E. Tulloss, Sheriff.
00456
German
German
German
Daniel
Zacheus H.
Eliza A.
GUILFORD
In 1855, Daniel German conveyed to Zacheus H. German, as trustee for Eliza A. German, a negro child named GUILFORD.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 107. [file 457]
00457
Dabney Charles A.
GEORGE
BEN
JACK
HARRY
FRANK
JACKSON
JIM
BEN
ABNER
WASHINGTON
MOSES
CHARLES
RIAL
AGGY
ELIGA
MARIA
SOPHIA
LUCY
CELIA
BETSY
SILAH
EDY
JANE
MARY
AMANDA
Charles A. Dabney died 1828, intestate.  Slaves:  GEORGE, BEN, JACK, HARRY, FRANK, JACKSON, JIM, BEN, ABNER, WASHINGTON, MOSES, CHARLES, RIAL, AGGY, ELIGA, MARIA, SOPHIA, LUCY, CELIA, BETSY, SILAH, EDY, JANE, MARY, & AMANDA.  Widow, Mary, wants to sell slaves.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 5 1830‑31, 310.  See, also, Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 14. [458]
00458
Cowser
Sparkman
Andrew
Kinchen
NANCY
HANNAH
Andrew Cowser executed a Bill of Sale, dated February 12, 1820, to Kinchen Sparkman for "a negro woman NANCY," 23 years old and her child HANNAH, 2 years old, for the consi‑ deration of $750.  Recorded during the January Term of Court 1821.
[2]Williamson County, Tennessee, Bonds 1819‑1851, 35 [459]

Andrew Cowsert died circa 1824, leaving a will which was probated in the July Term of Court 1824.  He bequeathed to his wife ?Gwin, his slaves SPENCER and SARAH. [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, pp. 722‑723, 725.
 [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, pp. 722‑723, 725. [459]

00459
Handy Thomas Thomas Handy is enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p. 1], as the owner of 25 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___names are not listed.   The record indicates he had 4 slave houses on his property.  The slaves were listed as 1 male black aged 45 yrs., 1 male black aged 45 years, 1 male black aged 40 years, 1 male black aged 23 years, 1 male black aged 22 years, 1 male mulatto aged 19 years, 1 male mulatto aged 1 year, 1 female black aged 19 years, 1 female black aged 42 years, 1 female black aged 9 years, 1 female black aged 68 years, 1 male black aged 20 years, 1 male mulatto aged 2 years, 1 male black aged 40 years, 1 female black aged 18 years, 1 male black aged 16 years, 1 male black aged 17 years, 1 male black aged 41 years, 1 female mulatto aged 11 months, 1 male black aged 52 years, and 1 female black aged 16 years. 00460
Dunham John
SINA
GILBERT
PEGGY
MILLY
GREY
ANTHONY
PHILLIS
BEN
BETTY
GABRIEL
JIM
An Inventory of the Estate of John Dunham, deceased, was filed in the July Term of Court, 1818.  The following slaves are listed:  SINA about 40 years old, GILBERT about 38 years old, PEGGY about 34 years old, MILLY about 14 years old, GREY about 12 years old, ANTHONY about 10 years old, PHILLIS about 8 years old, BEN about 8 years old, BETTY about 4 or 5 years old, GABRIEL about 3 or 4 years old, and JIM about 2 years old.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 390. [file 461]
00461
Dyer

Hodger
Isiah
DICK
Elizabeth J.
DICK, the slave of Isiah Dyer, attempted rape on Elizabeth J. Hodges, July 11, 1842.  Deposition of ROSANNAH, slave of George A. House included in evidence.  Dick was taken to jail and convicted of "Felonious Assault with Intent to Committ a Rape" and is to be kept in jail until August 15, 1842, and at that time to be executed by hanging.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Loose Records, vol. 3. [file 462]
00462
Creasy Nancy
ZILPHA
MARGARET
AARON
CHARITY
Petition for Sale of Negroes.  July Session 1829.  William H. Hill, Administrator of the estate of Nancy Creasy, deceased, sttes that the debts are more than can be paid unless the slaves are sold.  Slaves are ZILPHA, a crippled negro woman, 25 years old, who has 3 children ‑ MARGARET ‑ 5 years old, AARON ‑ 3 years old, and CHARITY ‑ 1 year old.  Zilpha is so crippled that she is worthless to the estate to hire out.  Nancy Creasey is the sister of William H. Hill; her sons were Calvin Creacy ‑ 15 years old, and Luther Creecy [sic] ‑ 11 years old.  Court ordered slaves sold to pay estate.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 3, 389. [file 463]
00463
Figuers Bathenia Bathenia Figuers was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p. 4], as the owner of 8 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___their names are not listed.   The record indicates she had 2 slave houses on her property.  The slaves were listed as:  1 female black aged 78 years, 1 female black aged 33 years, 1 female black aged 18 years, 1 female black aged 26 years, 1 female mulatto aged 22 years, 1 female mulatto aged 12 years, 1 male mulatto aged 10 years, and 1 male black aged 1 year.  There were two slave houses on the property. 00464
Evans Martha Inventory of the Property of Martha Evans, deceased, filed in the January Session of Court 1812, lists a Negro man [not named in record].
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 282 [465]
00465
Evans
Marshall








Marshall

Ann
James
CELIA
BOB
LUCY
LUCINDA
JOHN
MARTHA
JORDAN
MINERVA
Gilbert
TOM
Ann Evans died in 1847, leaving a will which was probated in the March Term of Court, 1847.  The left the following bequest:
My faithful old servant woman CELIA and her son BOB, who has been disable by a white swelling, to my friend col. James Marshall, because I wish the above negroes to be free at my death.  I am old and without the means of giving security for their good behavior and maintenance.  I believe they would be better satisfied with him as their master than any other man.  I have sold James Marshall two women and children of the same family.  My adminstrators to sell my slaves TOM and LUCY and her children privately to masters of their own choosing.  Lucy and her children not be be parted. . . The residue of my estate to Gilbert Marshall in trust for my slaves.  Executors Gilbert Marshall and James Marshall.  Dated 2 Febuary 1844.
Lucy chose James Marshall as the master for her and her children.  The children are:  JOHN aged 21 years, MARTHA aged 8 years, JORDAN aged 6 years, MINERVA aged about 1 year, and Lucy is sometimes called LUCINDA and she is 30 years old.  The price of $1,000 was paid for the above slaves.  31 March 1849.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, V, p. 56 [466]
00466
Pinkerton
Marshall
Joseph
William A.
CELIA
MANERVA
JANE
JOHN
MARTHA
LITTLE MANERVA
HENRYCATHERINE
ALBERT
LAURA
CORNELIA
CELIA, MANERVA, JANE, JOHN, MARTHA, LITTLE MANERVA, HENRY, CATHERINE, ALBERT, LAURA, and CORNELIA, all slaves who reside in Williamson County, who sue by their next friend Joseph Pinkerton, vs. William A. Marshall, et al.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, V, p. 57. [file 467]
00467
Evans Jno. W.
SARAH
DANIEL
MARY
ISABELLA
NED
NELSON
REUBEN
JOHN W. EVANS
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, Dec. 21, 1856.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF SLAVES
By virtue of an order of the county court of Williamson County, in the case of Thomas Brown, adm'r., &c; et al  Ex parte, I will sell
On the 1st day of January, 1856
to the highest bidder upon a credit of twelve months, with two securities, two likely Negroes to‑wit:  SARAH, 38 years old; DANIEL, 22 years old; MARY and her two children, 1 and 3 years old, ISABELLA, 19 and child, 4 months; NED, 16; NELSON, 11; REUBEN, 10.  Sale upon the Public Square in the town of Franklin.
THOS. BROWN, Adm'r
of Jno. W. Evans, dec'd.
Dec. 7, 1855.
00468
Evins
Evins
David
Martha Galaspie
SUCK
Deed of Gift, dated Jan. 3, 1814, from David Evins, for the love and affection I have for my daughter Martha Galaspie Evins, my yellow girl SUCK, about 11 years old.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 78. [file 469]
00469
Gholson
Petway
John
Hinchey
SAWYER
An Account of the Sale of the Estate of John Gholson, deceased, the sale having occured on Aug. 21, 1817; was filed in the October Session of Court, 1817.  Mention is made that Hinchey Petway hired a slave of the estate named SAWYER.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 335. [file 470]
00470
Gholson James
MARY
JAMES GHOLSON
The ( Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, May 4, 1855.
COMMITTED TO JAIL
Committed to the jail of Williamson County, about the 1st of October, a negro woman named MARY and sayes she once belong to James Gholson of North Carolina who is now dead.  Said Negro is about 25 years old, about five feet, five inches high, black color, has two jaw teeth out on the front side and one lower front tooth.  The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take him away, or will be dealth with as the law directs.
M. Cody, Jailor.
00471
Crockett
Crockett





Crockett


Mallory
Mallory

Crockett
Crockett
Andrew
Sarah
LEAH
POLL
CANDACE
MOSES
SARAH
James
NELLY
RACHEL
JACK
Sally
John
GEORGE
Polly
Joseph
STEPHEN
Andrew Crockett died in 1821, leaving a will which was probated in the July Session of Court, 1821.  He left the following bequests:
To my wife Sarah Crockett the following negroes ‑ LEAH, POLL, CANDACE and her child MOSES, and SARAH.
To my son James Crockett, the following negroes ‑ NELLY and her child RACHEL and JACK.
To my daughter Sally Mallory, wife of John Mallory, the following negro ‑ GEORGE.
To my daughter Polly Crockett, wife of Joseph Crockett, the following negro ‑ STEPHEN.

[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, pp. 246‑248. [file 472]
00472
Hailey
Hampton
Overton
Andrew S.
The county trustee is ordered by the county court to pay James C. Carr, Coroner of William‑ son County, for holding an inquest over the dead bodies of Overton Hailey, Andrew S. Hampton, and a negro girl [name not given in record], property of Andrew Crockett.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Minutes, Book 15, 455. [file 473]
00473
Crockett John
ISAAC
EPHRIAM
AARON
CHARITY
SAMPSON
BECKY
AGGY
MARYVANN
EMELINE
PATSEY
RUTH
ROSE
HOLLY
FELIX
PEYTON
John Crockett died intestate October 6, 1827.  His heirs filed a Petition for Partition and Dower of his estate in Williamson County Court, April term 1828.  Slaves were:  ISAAC, EPHRAIM, AARON, CHARITY, SAMPSON, BECKY, AGGY, MARY ANN, EMELINE, PATSEY, RUTH, ROSE, HOLLY, FELIX, & PEYTON.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 4, 151. [file 474]
00474
Crockett Joseph
FANNY
JOSEPH CROCKETT
In the estate papers of Joseph Crockett, deceased, filed in the court in 1857, there is mention of a slave, FANNY.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 106. [file 475]
00475
Bartholomew
Crowder
Crowder
Elizabeth
CHARLES
ELIZA
JIM
LEVIN
Bartholomew Crowder died, circa, 1854, leaving a will which was probated in the March Term of Court 1854.  It mentions that the slave CHARLES ws purchased by Elizabeth R. Crowder in May 1854; and that she also purchased ELIZA, aged 20 years, and her child JIM, aged ?9 months, and mention of a slave LEVIN.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 11, p. 161, 198  [file 476]
00476
Fendal Crump
MILLY
ROSE
ANNA
NELSON
NATHAN
BETSEY
Fendal Crump died intestate in 1823.  Petition for Power, Partitition, and Distribution filed in Williamson County Court, April Term 1828.  Slaves were:  MILLY, ROSE & HER BABY, ANNA & HER CHILD, NELSON, NATHAN, & BETSEY.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 3, 253. [file 477]
00477
Crump Fendal
MILLY
ANN
ELIZABETH
An Inventory of the Estate of Fendal Crump, deceased, was filed in the April Session of Court, 1824, and listed the following slaves:  MILLY about 45 years old, ANN about 49 years old, and ELIZABETH about 9 years old. [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 776.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 776. [file 478]
00478
Scales Nicholas
BETHEL
PEGGY
VINEY
MIRCY
NICHOLAS SCALES
Petition for Distribution filed October Term 1830.  Thomas Old, Jr. and Susan W., his wife, Nicholas S. Crunk, Richard Crunk, and Joseph H. Crunk, last three minor and petition by their guardian Nicholas Scales for distribution of slaves:  BETHEL, PEGGY, VINEY, & MIRCY.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 5 1830‑31, 340. [file 479]
00479
Crutcher






DAVIDSON
William H.
SALLY
HAFFORD
ESSEX
LEANDER
EDMUND
LANDON
OS
WILLIAM H. CRUTCHER
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, Thursday, October 10, 1861.
PUBLIC SALE
By virtue of a Deed of Assignment executed by William H. Crutcher, and Registered in the Register's office for the County of Dickson, in the State of Tennessee, I will, at the Court House in the town of Franklin, on the 12th day of April, 185[8] expose to public sale the following Negro slaves to wit:  SALLY and her child, HAFFORD, ESSEX, LEANDER, EDMUND, LANDON, MATTHEW, and OS DAVIDSON.
the said slaves will be sold on a credit of six months, except as to $500___of the price of one of them.  Bond and approved securities required of the purchaser.
Jno. W. Miller, Trustee of
Wm. H. Crutcher.
00480
Culbert George
MILLY
ELIZA
THOMAS
George Culbert died circa 1823 leaving a will which was probated in the October Term of Court, 1823.  He left the following bequests:
"My negro woman MILLY and her two children ELIZA and THOMAS should be set free at my decease and after a penal settlement with my copartner, William Peter Bass, and my executors . . . it is my wish and desire that the residue of my estate . . . be applied for the support of ELIZA and THOMAS."
Despite the will of George Culbert, the court ordered the executor of Culbert's estate to sell the slaves to satisfy debts.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, pp. 660‑661. [file 481]
00481
Culbert George
MILLY
ELIZA
An Inventory of the Estate of George Culbert, deceased, was filed in the October Term of Court, 1823, listing the following slaves:  MILLY about 28 years old, a mulatto girl ELIZA aged 5 years, a mulatto boy THOMAS aged 2 years.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 666. [file 482]


An Account of Sale of the estate of George Culbert, deceased, was filed in the July Term of Court, 1824.  A negro woman slaves named MILLS and two children, ELILA and TOM, were sold to Peter Bass.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, pp. 726. [file 842]
00482
Cummins
Conn
Waller
George A.
MARTHA
Waller Cummins died late in the year 1848, intestate.  The administrator sold an infant slave of the estate, named MARTHA, whose mother had died a few weeks since.  MARTHA was sold to George A. Conn for $65.25.
 [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, V, 31. [file 483]
00483
William Cummins William Cummins was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p. 2], as the owner of 10 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___ names are not listed.  He had one slave house on his property.  The slaves included:  1 male black aged 35 years, 1 male black aged 26 years, 1 male black aged 22 years, 1 male black aged 12 years, 1 female black aged 35 years, 1 female black aged 23 years, 1 male black aged 23 years, 1 male black aged 8 years, 1 female black aged 10 years, and 1 male black aged 2 years. 00484
William Cummings
VIOLET
WILLIAM CUMMINGS
Deposition given by Joe P. Cummings, filed in the April Term of Court 1874.  William Cummings is my brother and Rachel is my mother.  The notes on William Cummings were given to my mother for a Negro woman named VIOLET, who was given to Rachel Cummings by her mother.  The Negro was hard to manage, and I sold her for my mother to Lewis Holt for $800.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, V, 27. file 485]
00485
Elizabeth Curren Elizabeth Curren was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p. 3], as the owner of 4 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___ names are not listed.  The slaves were: 1 female mulatto aged 28 years, 1 female mulatto aged 24 years, 1 female mulatto aged 9 years, and 1 female mulatto aged 3 years. 00486
Currin Family
HARDY
BETSY
SUSAN
HARRIOT
ARTHUR
CASER
PATRICK HENRY
NINA (VINEY)
RACHEL
MARTHA ANN
CURRIN FAMILY BIBLE
Entries in the Currin family bible listing their slaves was filed in the Court Minutes, and included:
HARDY, BETSY, VINEY, SUSAN [born] 27 Feb. 1806, HARRIOT, ARTHUR, CASER daughter of SUSAN [born] Feb. 4, 1823, PATRICK HENRY son of NINA [or VINEY] born 28 Aug. 1825, RACHEL daughter of SUSAN born 19 Feb'y 1826, MARTHA ANN daughter of SUSAN born 1st June 1829.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, pp. 108‑109. [file 487]
00487
Curtis
Watkins
Benjamin
Nancy (Curtis)
ANN
Benjamin Curtis executed a Deed of Gift to his daughter, Nancy (Curtis) Watkins, for "a negro girl Ann" 12 or 13 years old.  Dated Nov. 5, 1827.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Deeds, I, 213. [file 488]
00488
Curtis
Curtis
Joshua
Benjamin
SYLVIA
Joshua Curtis, administrator of the estate of Benjamin Curtis, July Session 1829.  Petition for sale of negro girl SYLVIA 
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 3, 384. [file 489]
00489
Davis David
DOLL
Additional Inventory of the Estate of David Davis, deceased, filed in the October Session of Court, 1805, lists the slave DOLL. 00490
Davis
Robertson
Elisha
Peyton
JIM
LUCY
LUCY
ISAAC
Elisha Davis, of Williamson County, Tennessee, sold to Peyton Robertson, of Davidson County, Tenn., the following slaves:  JIM aged 30 years, 6 feet high, dark complexion; LUCY aged 23 years, dark complexion; LUCY aged 23 years; dark complexion; ISAAC aged 50 years and small size.  Bill of Sale dated 25 May 1827.
[4] Davidson County, Tennessee, Deed Book P, pp. 395‑396. [file 491]
00491
Davis
Davis
Holon
Everitt
ANDERSON
Hollon Davis died July 19/20, 1835, intestate.  Drury Robertson and James B. Davis, administrators of the estate of Hollon Davis' estate, filed a Refunding Bond in the October Session of Court, 1835, stating that they have delivered to Everitt Davis a slave named ANDERSON.
 [5] Williamson County, Tennessee, Bonds 1819‑1851, no page number. [file 492]
00492
Denton
Davis
Denton
Arthur L.
Hollon
Mary Jane (Davis)
SPENSER
SALLY
Arthur L. Denton filed a Refunding Bond on Sept. 15, 1837, in the County Court.   He received as his share of the estate of Hollon Davis, deceased, the following slaves:  SPENSER, SALLY and her child, in right of his wife Mary Jane (Davis) Denton.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Bonds 1819‑1851, no page number. [file 493]
00493
Davis
Davis
Mary
Hollon
VINA
DANIEL
MIRA
CHARLOTTE
Mary Davis filed a Refund Bond in the County Court, September 16, 1837.  She is the widow of Hollon Davis, deceased July 20, 1835, and received, as her share of the estate, the following slaves:  VINA, DANIEL, MIRA, and CHARLOTTE.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Bonds 1819‑1851, no page number. [file 494]
00494
Nolen
Davis
Allen T.
Hollon
JANE
Allen T. Nolen filed a Refunding Bond in the County Court September 16, 1837.   He received a slave JANE and money in right of his wife Frances (Davis) Nolen, as her share of the estate of Hollon Davis.  Dated 8 September 1837.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Bonds 1819‑1851, no page number. [file 495]
00495
Nolen
Davis
Davis
A.T.
Thomas H.
Hollon
HENRY
LUCY
A. T. Nolen filed a Refunding Bond with the County Court on September 8, 1837.  He is guardian for Thomas H. Davis and received the slaves:  HENRY and LUCY as the share of Thomas H. Davis in the estate of his father, Hollon Davis, deceased.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Bonds 1819‑1851, no page number. [file 496]
00496
Davis Narcissa
RUTH
CHARITY
EDES
JODY
CHLOE
According to Court minutes for the September Term, 1854, Narcissa Davis inherited from her father the following slaves:  RUTH aged 53 years, CHARITY aged 23 years, EDES aged 8 years, JODY aged 5 years, and CLOE aged 3 years.
[5] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VIII, p. 84[5]  [file 497]
00497
Davis Seth L.
CELAANNA
HARRY
RUTHA
JUDD
JEFFERSON
LARRY
GEORGE
CHERRY
WILLIS
JOSEPH
SARAH
AMANDA
NANCY
SOPHRONA
Seth L. Davis died 5 July 1859, intestate, leaving the following slaves:  CELA 44 years old, ANNA 15 years old, HARRY 14 years old, RUTHA 12 years old, JUDD 17 years old, JEFFERSON 14 years old, LARRY 13 years old, GEORGE 10 years old, CHERRY 9 years old, WILLIS 7 years old, JOSEPH 6 years old, SARAH 4 years old, AMANDA 4 years old, Nancy 3 years old, and SOPHRONA 9 months old. James W. Davis, administrator.  Heirs wants slaves sold and division made.  November Court Term, 1860.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Lawsuits, Book 8, 45. [file 498]
00498
Davis Frank H. Frank H. Davis was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennes‑ see [p. 2], as the owner of 2 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___ names are not listed.  The slaves were:  1 female black aged 36 years, and 1 female black aged 8 years. 00499
Deaderick
Stewart
Stewart
Adams
Thos.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Thomas P.
ANNIE
THOMAS DEADRICK
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Western Balance, Jan. 30, 1929.
A LIBERAL REWARD
Ranaway from the subscriber, about the middle of April last, a negro girl named ANNIE, her complexion a dark mulatto, square made, walks fast, speaks fast, and thick, so much so as hardly to be understood, particularly when questioned or laboring under excitement.  I purchased her of Mr. Thos. Deadrick of this place some years ago as the representative of  his daughter, Mrs. Stewart, now Mrs. Drennen, at a time when she was ranaway, she was then in Franklin or the neigh‑ borhood and was afterwards apprehended and lodged in the Franklin jail.  William‑ son County seems to be her favorite resort from which I would infer if she has left this county, that she must be in Franklin or in the vicinity of that place.  I will give a liberal reward for her apprehension or for her being placed in a situation that I can get her.
THOS P. ADAMS.
00500
Gray
Lucy









Booker




Gray
James
Kearney (daughter)
JOE
JOAN
JACK
NELLY
CHARLES
JUDITH
HARDY
ANDERSON
MINTY
Suckey
STARLING
BILL
SARAH
FRANKEY
PATSY
Young a.
JENNY
EPHRIAM
KISSY
DELELAH
JAMES
James Gray, deceased, left a will dated Jan. 20, 1807, leaving the following bequests:  to daughter Lucy Kearney, the slaves ‑ JOE, JOAN, JACK, NELLY, CHARLES, JUDITH, HARDY, ANDERSON, and MINTY;  to daughter Suckey Booker, the slaves ‑ JENNY, EPHRAIM, KISSY, DELILAH, and JAMES;  to son Young A. Gray, the slaves ‑ STARLING, BILL, SARAH, FRANKEY, and PATSY.  Will proven in July Session of Court, 1809.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑18[2] 3, p. 48.  [file 501]
00501
Gambling John
DEL
Inventory of the Estate of John Gambling, deceased, filed in the January Session of Court, 1806, lists one Negro girl named DEL, about 13 years old.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 180. [file 502]
00502
Gardner William
Jane
SIMON
PHILIP
DOLLY
William Gardner, deceased, left a will dated Feb. 13, 1805 in which he leaves the following bequests:  to wife Jane, all my Negroes and a Negro boy named SIMON; to son WILLIAM, the Negro man Philip at the death of my wife.  He requested that "at the death of my wife . . . Dolly shall live where she wishes, so long as she lives in the family, and if my wife should die before all the children are grown, then take care of the children."  To son Philip, the negro boy PHILIP.  Will proven during April Session of Court, 1806.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p 19. [file 503]
00503
Gardner


Berry
William
SIMON
PHILIP
Martha
William Gardner Will, January Session 1819.
"it is my will that SIMON and his brother PHILIP be free Imancipated [sic] from Slavery and that Philip remain with the children of my deceased sister Martha Berry until the said Philip become twenty one years old (he is now in his seventeenth year) and that he assist by his labor in supporting them until he is of age.
 [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 1. [file 504]
00504
Gardner
Gardner
William
Jane
Jonn
HARRY
Richey
SIMON
A Settlement of the Estate of William Gardner, deceased, was filed in the October Term of Court, 1824, and mentions the receipt for the negroes.
 [4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 750 [file 505]

Jane Gardner [widow of William Gardner], deceased, left a will dated Sept. 5, 1807, in which she leaves the following bequests:  to son John, a Negro man HARRY; to son Richey, a Negro man SIMON.  If  SIMON should outlive Richey and William, he should be set free.  Will proven in January Session of Court, 1808.
[5]  Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800-1813, p. 33 [505]
00505
Jordan Sally
LUCY
JERMAN
Sally Jordan, formerly, Sally Wood, died September 1843.  She owned slaves:  LUCY, aged about 50 years and JERMAN, age 30 years.  November Term of Court 1843.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Loose Records, Vol. 3. [file 506]
00506
Johnston






Vincent
Morton
Cannon
Stephen
LUCY
ROBERT
ANN
JACK
GEORGE
PATSY
FANNY
Perry
James
Newton
Stephen Johnston died circa 1819.  An Account of the Hire and Sale of the Slaves of his estate was filed in the April Session of Court, 1819, including:
The hire of LUCY, ROBERT, and ANN for the year 1819.
Perry Vincent purchased the slave JACK for $557.25
James Morton purchased the slaves GEORGE for $1100, and PATSY for $802.
Newton Cannon purchased the slave FANNY for $230.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 43. [file 507]
00507
Mayfield George
HIRAM
HENRY
MAHALA
HANNAH
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, July 8, 1849.
"GEORGE MAYFIELD
TRUST SALE OF SLAVES
By virtue of a deed of trust executed to me by George Mayfield, registered in Williamson County, Tennessee 2nd November 1841, I will on the 11th July 1842, sell for cash to the highest bidder, at the market house in Franklin, the following slaves:  HIRAM 20 yeasr old, HENRY 16 years old, MAHALA 13 years old, HANNAH 30 years old, and her child [not named in record] about ____ months old to satisfy the debts secured by said deed of trust.
John C. Carter, Trustee &c.    July 1, 1842.
00508
Gault James James Gault was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p.1], as the owner of 4 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___names are not listed. The slaves included:  1 female black aged 40 years, 1 female black aged 8 years, 1 female black aged 11 months, and 1 male black aged 23 years. 00509
Potts Peter Peter Potts, deceased, _____; estate probated in Williamson County Court, _____, "left slaves."
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 3, 95. [file 510]


Inventory of the Estate of Peter Potts, deceased circa 1815, was filed in the July Sesson of Court 1815, listing one Negro man, one Negro woman, and three Negro children [names not given].
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 147. [file 510]
00510
Potts
Potts
Peebles
Peter
Polly
William
JUDE
PETER
The Account of the Sale of the Estate of Peter Potts, deceased, was filed in the April Session of Court, 1816.  The following slaves were hired out:
Polly Potts hired the slaves JUDE and children [names not given].
William Peebles hired the slave PETER.
 [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 238. [file 511]
00511
Potts
Woods

Crockett
Peter
James
PETER
A Settlement of the Estate of Peter Potts, deceased, was filed in the July Session of Court, 1817.  The following slaves were mentioned:
By hire of slave PETER to James Woods.
By hire of slave woman and children to James Woods.
By hire of slave girl to Crockett.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 316. [file 512]
00512
Mcewen
Potts
James Sr.
Peter
JUDE
DILSEY
PHILLIS
ISHAM
MANSEN
Guardian Settlement with James McEwen, Sr., guardian of the minor heirs of Peter Potts, deceased, was filed in the October Session of Court, 1817.  It lists the following slaves:
JUDE (middle aged), DILSEY about 9 or 10 years old, PHILLIS about 7 years old, ISHAM about 4 years old, and MANSEN about 18 years old.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 352. [file 513]
00513
Potts
Goff
Peter Settlement of the Estate of Peter Potts, deceased, filed in the October Session of Court, 1818, mentioned Mrs. Goff who attended a Negro woman of the estate.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 448. [file 514]
00514
McEwen
Sappington
James Sr.
Docr
PETER
PHILLIS
Guardian Account Settlement with James McEwen, Sr., guardian of the heirs of Peter Potts, was filed in the October Session 1819.  It included a payment to Docr Sappington for services received for negro man PETER while hired by McEwen.  It also included payments for the hire of a negro girl [name not given] for the year 1818, and the hire of a negro girl named PHILLIS for the year 1818.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 107. [file 515]
00515
McEwen James Sr.
JUDAH
DILEY
PHILIS
WILLIAM M. WRIGHT
Guardian Settlement for James McEwen, Jr., guardian of the heirs of Peter Potts, deceased, was filed in the October Term of Court, 1820.  It accounts for the hiring of slave JUDA, DILEY, and PHILIS for the year 1819.
 [4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 205. [file 516]
00516
Wright William M.
HENRY
WILLIAM M. WRIGHT
In a court case heard August 1859, styled Solomon Oden vs. William M. Wright, John S. Whitehead, deputy was ordered to levy and attachment on a slave HENRY, about 22 years old and valued at $1,200.
[5] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 37. [file 517]
00517
John
Susanna
Wynn
Wynn
ANDREW
JOHN WYNN
Guardian Settlement with John Wynn, guardian of Susanna Wynne, who received the sum of $146.08, profits arriving from the hire of the slave ANDREW for two years and six months to Abner Vincent.  Dated December 26, 1827.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 81. [file 518]  
00518
Hughes P.R. P. R. HUGHES
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, June 24, 1842.
NEGROES FOR SALE
On Monday 11th of July, I will sell at the court house in Franklin, to the highest bidder, for CASH, one like NEGRO MAN, about 28 years of age, and one NEGRO GIRL, about 8 years old.

P. R. HUGHES.


00519
  WASHINGTON
HARRISON
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, Dec. ___ 1856.
PUBLIC SALE OF SLAVES
Leander Hughes, et al, Exparte
Pursuant to an interlocutory decree of the Williamson County Court, at its November term, 1856, in the above named case, I will expose to public sale, at the Court house door in the town of Franklin, on
two slaves, to wit:  WASHINGTON, aged about 50 years and HARRISON, aged about 24 years.
Terms of the Sale___A credit of twelve months will be given, and notes with two good securities will be required.
00520
Gentry Samuel SAMUEL GENTRY
Samuel Gentry, deceased, 1816.  Administrator petitions County Court for the "sale of negroes.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 2, 387. [file 521]
00521
Gentry Samuel
PEG
CHARLES
NANCY
NAN
An Inventory of the Estate of Samuel Gentry, deceased, was filed in the April Session of court, 1816.  It listed the following slaves:  PEG, CHARLES, and NANCY.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 242. [file 522]

 Another copy of the Inventory found in loose records identify the slaves as CHARLES 16 years of age, PEG aged 15 years, and NAN [Nancy] aged 14 years, who were hired out in 1817.
 [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, V, 68. [file 522]
00522
Gentry
Gentry
Cameron
Samuel
Fanny
Clement
An Account of the Sale of the Estate of Samuel Gentry, deceased, which took place 16 December 1816, was filed in the April Session of Court, 1817.  The following slaves were hired out:A Negro girl was hired out by Fanny Gentry.
A Negro girl and a Negro boy were hired out by Clement Cameron.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 324. [file 523]
00523
Henry
Breathett
Cook
Edward
HENRY COOK
Edward Breathett, Administrator of the Estate of Henry Cook, deceased, filed at Petition for the Sale of the Slaves of the estate, in the January Session of Court, 1835.
[5] Williamson County, Tennessee, Lawsuits, Book 6, p. 338. [file 524]
00524
Gentry
Rogers
Thomas G.?P.
Mary
HARRY
THOMAS G.?P. GENTRY
Meredith P. Gentry, Administrator of the estate of Thomas G? or P. Gentry, deceased, filed a Petition to Sell the Slaves of the estate in the July Session of Court, 1833.
 [6] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 6, p. 254. [file 525]

There were 8 slaves in the estate, and on April 20, 1833, negro man HARRY was sold to Mary Rogers for $556.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 14  [file 525]
00525
Gentry
Gentry
R.A.
Reuben A.
R. A. GENTRY
On October 3, 1874, R. A. Gentry filed a bill in the County Court.  In 1838, his father Reuben A. Gentry died leaving 30 or 40 slaves.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, IX, p.  57. [file 526
00526
Reese










Old
Hobbs

Hobbs

Hobbs

Reese
Reese


Jordan
Sally
AARON
DANIEL
OLD DILCEY
MARIA
BETTY
LITTLE DANIEL
HANIBAL
RUSEY
TEREY
Elizabeth
Sally
JUDEA
Ann
HANNAH
Hartwell
SAM
Herbert
Beverly
BIG BOB
CHARLES
CAESAR
LITTLE BOB
CHARLOTTE
WINNEY
RHEUBEN
DAVID
Jordan Reese died leaving a will dated Jan. 18, 1813, and proven in the April Session of Court 1813.  He left the following bequests:
To wife Sally, the following slaves:  AARON (which came to my said wife), DANIEL my gardiner [sic],
OLD DILCY, MARIA, BETTY, LITTLE DANIEL, HANIBAL, RUSEY, and TEREY.
To daughter Elizabeth Old, "the slaves I have given her [no names given]."
To three grandchildren ‑ Sally Hobbs to receive JUDEA; Ann Hobbs to receive HANNAH; and Hartwell Hobbs to recieve SAM.
To son Herbert Reese, "the slaves I have already given him [no names given]."
To son Beverly Reese, the following slaves:  BIG BOB, CHARLES, CAESER, LITTLE BOB, CHARLOTTE, WINNEY, RHEUBEN, and DAVID.

To daughter Jane Watson, "the slaves I lent her."
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 315. [file 527]
00527
Reese








Watson
Reese
Matilda
LITTLE DILCEY
MOSES
JERRY
MERCA
GEORGE
SELINA
BRISTER
CHELSEY
Jane
Patrick
SAM
PETER
EDMUND
LITTLE AARON
BEN
LEW
JIM
FANNEY
GILLUM
SOOK
TOM
To daughter Matilda Reese, the following slaves:  LITTLE DILCEY, MOSES, JERRY, MERCKA, GEORGE, SELINA, BRISTER, and CHELSEY.


To daughter Jane Watson, ""the slaves I lent her.


To son Patrick Reese, the following slaves:  SAM, PETER, EDMUND, LITTLE AARON, BEN, LEW, JIM, FANNEY, GILLUM, SOOK, LEWIS, and TOM. [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 315.



00527
Reese
GARDINER
Jordan
DANIEL
FRANK
FRANK
WILL
STEPHEN
JOHN
MILES
JINNY
URSEY
BIDDY
JIM
VENTURE
JUDY
JACK
BILLY
OLIVER
ISAAC
Inventory of the Estate of Jordan Reese, deceased, dated April 13, 1813, filed in the April Session of Court, 1813.  Slaves inventoried included:  GARDINER (see "DANIEL my gardiner."), FRANK, FRANK WILL, STEPHEN, JOHN, MILES, JINNY and her child URSEY, BIDDY, JIM, VENTURE, JUDY, JACK, BILLY, OLIVER, and ISAAC.
 [1]Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 316. [file 528]
00528
Reese
Reese



Watson
Jordan
Patrick
STEPHEN
OWEN
JUDA
John
LITTLE FRANK
BIDD
ISAAC
Division of the Chattle Estate of Jordan Reese, deceased, was filed in the July Session of Court, 1813 .
Patrick Reese purchased the slave boy STEPHEN for $400, the man OWEN for $385, and the girl JUDA for $75.
John Watson purchased the slave LITTLE FRANK for $450, the woman BIDD for $252.50, and Blacksmith ISAAC and ???? FOR $250.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 26. [file 529]


 
00529
Reese


Old

MILLER

Reese
Beverly
WILL
JIM
BILLY
Thomas
GARNER
JACK
MILES
Matilda
BIG FRANK
JOHN
JINNEY
URSULA
Beverly Reese died in 1813, leaving a will which was proven in the April Session of Court, 1813.  The following slaves are listed in the will:  WILL valued at $375, JIM valued at $375, boy BILLY valued at $275.  Beneficiaries included:  Thomas Old who got one yellow man GARNER valued at $450, Negro man JACK MILLER valued at $381.25, and boy MILES for $75.  Matilda Reese got BIG FRANK valued at $391, boy JOHN valued at $208.33, JINNEY and her child URSULA valued at $362.50.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 26. [file 530]
00530
Criddle
McClellan
John
John
SALLY
ISHAM
John Criddle of Davidson County, Tenn. sold to John McClellan of Williamson County, Tenn., two slaves: SALLY aged 21, and ISHAM aged 25.  Bill of Sale, dated 19 April 1822. [4] Davidson County, Tennessee, Deed Book P, p. 42.
[4] Davidson County, Tennessee, Deed Book P, p. 42. [file 531]
00531
Criddle
Ewing
Smith
Alexander C.
BEN
PEYTON
Smith Criddle, of Davidson County, Tenn., sold to Alexander C. Ewing, of Williamson County, Tennessee, a negro man, BEN, about 50 years old, and a man, PEYTON, about 27 years old.  Bill of Sale dated 3 January 1825.
[1] Davidson County, Tennessee, Deed Book P, pp. 332‑333. [file 532]
00532
Criddle Smith
Lucy
Smith Criddle died in Henry County, Tennessee, in November 1845.  His widow Lucy filed an Exparte ‑ Petition to Sell the Slaves of the his estate.  The petition was filed in Williamson County, Tennessee in the November Term of Court, 1852.  He left 6 slaves.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 7, p. 28.  See, also, Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 23. [file 533]


Another inventory of the estate dated November 23, 1847, mentions seven slaves in the estate.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, IX, p.  52. [file 533]
00533
Wren A. M. A. M. Wren was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p.4], as the owner of 3 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___names are not listed. The slaves included:  1 female black aged 45 years, 1 female black aged 11 years, and 1 male black aged 6 years.  There was one slave house on the property. 00534
Wren John B. John B. Wren was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p. 4], as the owner of the following slave: 1 female black aged 50 years. 00535
Staggs
North
Felix
Elisha
FREEMAN
Bill of Sale.   Felix Staggs of Williamson County, Tenn. sold to Elisha North, for the sum of $500, a negro man named FREEMAN about 30 years old.  Dated 31 January 1820.
 [1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, V, 88. [file 536]
00536
Staggs Felix
PHILIP
GABRIELNED
RANDLE
JIM
BENISAAC
LEWIS
WASHINGTON
ISAAC
ROSE
NINNAH
RACHEL
SEAR
SISSY
NELLY
SINDY
RACHEL
JENNY
MILLEY
CHARLOTTE
HULDA
FANNY
COSLY
ELLISON
HAYS
MILES
Felix Staggs died in 1826.  His administrator filed a Petition for Partition and Distribution in Williamson County Court, January Term 1829.  Slaves were:  PHILIP, GABRIEL, NED, RANDLE, JIM, BEN, ISAAC, LEWIS, WASHINGTON, ISAAC, ROSE, NINNAH, RACHEL, SEAR, SISSY, NELLY, SINDY, RACHEL, JENNY, MILLEY, CHARLOTTE, HULDA, FANNY, COSLY, ELLISON, HAYS, MILES, ELBERT, CAROLINE, ANDERSON, MARY, ROFE, HENRY, ELVISA, & MANNERVA.
Felix Staggs left a will, dated 3 October 1826, with a bequest to his brother John Staggs of a negro, WASHINGTON.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 3, 274. [file 537]
00537
  ELBERT
CAROLINE
ANDERSON
MARY
ROFE
HENRY
ELVISA
MANNERVA
  00537
German
German
German
Joseph
Daniel
Zacheus
DOLLY
NED
CRECY
Joseph German, deceased, left a will which was probated in the January Session of Court, 1819.  He reserved a Deed of Gift to Daniel and Zacheus German for the use of DOLLY during her life, and mentions the slaves NED and CRECY, children of Dolly.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 1. [file 538]
00538
german Joseph
ZILPH
FRANK
An Inventory of the Estate of Joseph German, deceased, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1819, listing two slaves:  ZILPH and FRANK.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 14. [file 539]
00539
German Joseph An Additional Inventory of the Estate of Joseph German was filed in the April Session of Court, 1819, listing [not by name] a woman and 2 girls and a boy and a girl.
[5] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 41. [file 540]
00540
Crenshaw John C.
PHILIS
An Account of the Sale of the Estate of John [C.] Crenshaw, deceased, was filed in the April Term of Court, 1817, listing slave woman PHILIS.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 310 & 323. [file 541]
00541
Crenshaw



Crenshaw

Jennings

Herring




Shelburne



Cornelius
Nancy
JUNE
SALLY
LUCINDA
Daniel
James
TOM
JUNE
SALLY
ZILPHA
Richard
ZILPHA
Pettus
JUNE
SALLY
Cornelius Crenshaw vs. William Anthony, August 1823.
Deposition of James Jennings, Clark County, Georgia:  He knows of the conveyance made from Richard Herring to Cornelius Crenshaw for 2 Negroes ‑ JUNE and her child SALLY.
Deposition of Pettus Shelburn:  He said the Negro JUNE was in possession of Daniel Crenshaw and his wife Nancy in 1822.
Daniel Crenshaw, son of Nancy Crenshaw, owned about 20 slaves and sold 7 of them to raise money to pay his debts and a tract of land in Virginia, then moved to this country in 1814, with 4 Negroes, including JUNE, SALLY, and others.  He bought ZILPHA with his money from Richard Herring, and it was thought that Cornelius Crenshaw bought LUCINDA, and James Jennings bought TOM.  Pettus Shelburne who married a daughter of Daniel and Nancy Crenshaw visited this country in the summer of 1817 and demanded the slaves JUNE and SALLY.
 [2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Loose Records, Vol. 2, p. 88. [file 542]
00542
Crenshaw

Anthony
Crenshaw
Stacey
Cornelius
JUNE
William
Daniel
John
In 1830 Cornelius Crenshaw sued John Nichols.  He made deposition that the negro woman JUNE belonged to Mrs. Crenshaw from 1819 at which time he married into the family.  June was the only woman that Mrs. Crenshaw had to wait on her.  She was a good cook and was about 50 years old.  She came to this country and remained there until taken by William Anthony to satisfy an execution against Daniel Crenshaw which was taken by John Stacey.  June was delivered to Shelburn as agent for Crenshaw.  Mrs. Crenshaw, wife of Daniel Crenshaw, has raised June and was very attached to her.
 [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, IX, p. 39. [file 543]
00543
Winstead


Winstead

Winstead

Winstead

Winstead


Winstead
John
LEAH
PEGGY
William
WILL
Samuel
EMANUEL
John Matthew
BEN
Betsy
CHANEY
JUDAH
Polly
EASTER
John Winstead died circa 1822, leaving a will which was probated in the October Term 1822.  He left the following bequests: 
To his wife, the slaves ‑ LEAH and PEGGY. 
To his son William Winstead, the slave WILL. 
To his son Samuel Winstead, the slave EMANUEL.
To his son John Matthew Winstead, the slave BEN.
To Betsy Winstead, a girl CHANEY and JUDAH.
To Polly Winstead, the slave EASTER.
[1`] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 353. [file 544]
00544
  SALLY
MILLY
CAROLINE
JANE
FRANCIS
RANDLE
LEVIN
PATTY
MARIA
TOM
GEORGE
MARY
BETSY
The (Franklin, Tenn.) Western Weekly Review, April 1, 1842:
SALE OF
LIKELY NEGROES
On Saturday, the 9th day of April 1842, the undersigned, as administrator on the estate of Lucy Ann Winstead, by a decree of Williamson County Circuit Court, will expose to the highest bidder at a cred of twelve months, at the court house in the town of Franklin, as the property of said estate, the following negroes, to wit:
SALLY,
MILLY
CAROLINE,
JANE,
FRANCIS,
RANDLE,
LEVIN.
PATTY
MARIA,
TOM,
GEORGE,
MARY,
At the same time and place the undersigned as acting executor of William Winstead, under a decree of the Williamson County Circuit Court, will sell to the highest bidder upon a credit of twelve months, as the property of said estate, NEGRO GIRL BETSY.
The purchaser in each case will be required to give bond with two or more securties.
SAML. WINSTEAD, Adm'r.
March 25, 1842.
00545
gibson Patrick
Mary
WINNEY
Patrick Gibson died in 1817, leaving a will, dated 8 February 1817, and probated in the April Session of Court, 1817.  He left to his wife Mary, a slave named WINNEY.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 291. [file 546]
00546
Gibson
Boxworth
Donely
John B.
William
John

BOB
NANCY
LUCY
NANCY
CHARITY
GREEN
ELLICK
FRANCES
JACKSON
John B. Gibson died several years ago, intestate.  A Sale of the Estate of John B. Gibson was filed in the October Term of Court, 1824.  William Boxworth purchased 1 negro boy for $213.25.  John Donely purchased 1 negro girl for $390.  Other slaves listed included:  BOB and NANCY his wife, LUCY, NANCY, CALEB, CHARITY, GREEN, ELLICK, FRANCES, and JACKSON.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 742. [file 547]
00547
Gibson John B.
CHAINEY
NANCY
SPENCER
FANNY
NED
HENDERSON
RACHEL
ANDREW
STEPHEN
SPENCER
His heirs filed a Petition for Partition and Distribution ‑ Exparte in Williamson County Court January Term 1826. Slaves were: CHAINEY, NANCY & NANCY'S CHILDREN SPENCER & FANNY; NED, HENDERSON, RACHEL, SARAH, ANDREW, & STEPHEN. 
 [3] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 3, 283 [file 548]

John B. Gibson, deceased.  Exparte filed.  All estate as been divided except for negro boy SPENCER.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 5 1830‑31, 271. [file 548]
00548
Henderson




















Anderson
Hughes
Campbell
McGavocks
Merrie
Purnell
Samuel
PEGGY
GREEN
MARY
LAURA ALICE
JACK
JOHN
HUGHES
ISAAC
ADAM
AMANDA
ANDREW
AUSTIN
MANDA
CAROLINE
AARON
JANE
AMANDA
PEGGY
CAROLINE
MOLL
Mr. A.
Dr.
W. S.
Col.
C. A.
Mr.
SAMUEL HENDERSON'S DIARY:
Oct. 18, 1860.  This evening about 7 Oclk black woman PEGGY was delivered of a boy child.
Janry 10, 1863.  Girl child daughter of woman PEGGY was born this morning about 2 Oclk.
Feb. 11, 1861.  Hired GREEN to Mr. A. Anderson at $17.00 per month.  Clothe him myself.
January 13, Monday, 1862.  Black woman MARY was confined this morning ‑ Boy child born about 8 Ock.
April 11, 1864.  Left home this morning on a visit to Hayesville Ohio to see my Daughters.  Soon after I left black woman MARY was confined about one Oclok P.M.  She calls the name of her child
LAURA ALICE."
Nov. 13, 1862.  My boy JACK with JOHN, HUGHES, ISAAC, & ADAM, & two boys from Dr. Hughes ran off last night and have no doubt gone to Nashville to the Federals.
April 14, 1863.  Some time in Feb. last as I suppose my man ANDREW was arrested by the Pickets near Franklin & pressed by the Federal military ‑ with whom he still remains.
June 18, 1863.  My boy AUSTIN left home and is gone to the Federals at Franklin or 
July 16, 1863.  Hired MANDA & CAROLINE to W. S. Campbell.
July 25, 1863.  They returned home.
July 28, 1863.  MANDA went [to] Col. McGavocks.
June 23, 1864.  AMANDA left Col. McGavock's and came home.  She went to Nashville to Mr. A. Anderson's about 26 of June.
August 1, 1863.  PEGGY & CAROLINE hired to Mr. Purnell.
August 24, 1863.  Hired boy AARON to Col. McGavock.
Sept. 15, 1863.  Girl JANE left Col. McGavocks and went to C. A. Merrie.
Nov. 6, 1864.  My blk. girl JANE of about seventeen years of age ran off this day and I suppose is gone to Nashville.
Nov. 25, 1865.  MOLL Old blk woman was found dead in her bed this morning.  She had  been deranged for several months.  She was about 68 years old.
00549
Gooch
Gooch


Gooch

Barnes

Gooch
Thomas
Patrick
SARAH
CHANEY
Matilda
FANN
Merilla
EDY
David
JACOB
Thomas Gooch died in 1817, leaving a will which was filed in the October Session of Court, 1817.  He left the following bequests:
To wife, Elizabeth, a Negro man.
To son Patrick Gooch, the slaves:  SARAH and girl CHANEY.
To oldest daughter Matilda Gooch, the slave girl, FANN.
To second daughter Merilla Barnes, the slave girl, EDY.
To son David Gooch, the slave, JACOB.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 342. [550]
00550
Gooch Thomas
PATRICK
SARAH
EADEY
JACOB
FANNY
CHERRY
An Inventory of the Estate of Thomas Gooch, of North Carolina, deceased, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1818.  It listed the following slaves:  PATRICK, SARAH, EADEY, JACOB, FANNY, and CHERRY.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 360. [file 551]
00551
Goodrum
Goodrum
Thomas
Jane
Thomas Goodrum and Jane Goodrum; deceased, ____; estate probation Williamson County Court, Oct. 1824; "left slaves."
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 3, 473. [file 552]
00552
Goodrum Thomas An Account of the Sale of the Estate of Thomas Goodrum, deceased, was filed in the April Session of Court 1825.  The negro girl LEATHY was sold in January 1824, for $451.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 4, p. 13. [file 553]
00553
Goodrum
Hardeman
David
Nicholas P.
SINA
MARTHA
HARRIOTT
David Goodrum executed a Bill of Sale to Nicholas P. Hardeman, of Maury County, Tenn‑ essee, for negro woman SINA & children MARTHA & HARRIOTT, for the price of $900.  They are healthy, sound, and sensible.  Witnessed by William R. Bradley and Thomas H. Perkins, Jr.  Dated 25 July 1717.  Recorded April Session 1819.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Bonds (1819‑1851), 5. [file 554]
00554
Miller
Miller


Miller


Miller
GAFNEY

Miller


Kinnard
Thomas
William
SIMMON
ANNA
John
TOM
MERIAH
Thomas
JOHN
ELIXA
Joseph
JACK
PATI
Hannah
MARIAH
JACOB
RACHAEL
SUCKEY
Thomas Miller, Sr., died circa 1821, leaving a will which was probated in the October Term of Court, 1821.  He left the following bequests: 
To my eldest son William Miller, the slaves SIMMON and ANNA.
To my second son John Miller, the slaves TOM and MERIAH.
To my son Thomas Miller, the slaves JOHN GAFNEY and ELIXA.
To my fourth son Joseph Miller, the slaves JACK and PATI.
To my daughter Hannah Kinnard, the slaves MARIAH, JACOB, RACHAEL, and SUCKEY.
00555
Miller Thomas
JOHN
KITTY
KILLY
JENNY
HENRY
ELEEN
BARBARY
BILLY
AGGA
CAROLINE
PHILE
LUCY
JUDE
SAM
MANUEL
JULIA
JOHNSTON
PETER
FRANK
IVINS
DICK
PATRICK
MAHALA
SIMON
An Inventory of the Estate of Thomas Miller, deceased, was filed in the January Term of Court, 1822, and included the following slaves:  JOHN, KITTY or KILLY, JENNY, HENRY, ELEEN, BARBARY, BILLY, AGGA, CAROLINE, PHILE, LUCY, JUDE, SAM, old man MANUEL, JULIA, JOHNSTON, PETER, FRANK, IVINS, DICK, PATRICK, MAHALA, and SIMON.   00556
Miller

Miller


Miller



Miller
























Miller
William
AMIA
John
TOM
MARIAH
ThomasMARIAH
JACOB
RACHEL
LUCY
Joseph
JACK
PAT
The girl AMIA to go to William Miller.  Slaves TOM and MARIAH go to John Miller.  John GAFNEY (variously, OFFNEY) and ELIXIA go to Thomas Miller.  MARIAH, JACOB, RACHEL, & LUCY go to Harriett Miller.  JACK and girl PAT to go Joseph Miller.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, pp. 301‑302 (marked pages 501‑502). [file 556]
00556
Miller
Hunter

Goff

Smith

MEEK?

Hughes

Woodridge
Thomas
Elisha
DICK
William
EVAM
William
JOHNSON
George B.
NITTY
James Sr.
MAHALA
Loving
PATSEY
Account of the Sale of the Estate of Thomas Miller, deceased, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1825:
Elisha Hunter purchased the slave DICK.
William Goff purchased the slave EVAM.
William Smith purchased the slave JOHNSON.
James Hughes purchased the slave PETER.
George B. Meek? purchased the slave NITTY
James Hughes, Sr. purchased the slave MAHALA.
Loving Woodridge purchased the slave PATSEY.
[1] Williamson County, Tennes[1] ee, Will Book 3, p. 766. [file 557]
00557
Crouch
Crouch



Williams
Crouch
Crouch
John
HOLLEY
JOE
MATILDA
ISAAC
Charles, Capt.
Susannah
John
HOLLEY
MATILDA
In a lawsuit styled William Ware vs. Susannah Crouch, heard in Williamson County Court during the October Session, 1816, Jesse Wilson of Pittsylvania County, Virginia gave a deposition:  "John Crouch was a neighbor of mine and he owned 2 negroes named HOLLEY and JOE.  I understood they were given to him by old Mr. Williams [Capt. Charles Williams], the father of Mrs. Susanna Crouch on her marriage to John Crouch."  About 10 years later, Mr. Williams attempted to take the Negroes away from Crouch, but Crouch moved to the Western Country, taking HOLLEY and her child MATILDA with him.Deposition of Elizabeth Casey, Pittsylvania County, Virginia, 30 Aug. 1817.  She was a neighbor of John Couch.  He had a Negro man JOE and woman HOLLEY and her two children; MATILDA and ISAAC.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Loose Records, v. 2., 88. [file 558]
00558
Crow Isaac
LEAH
CRECY
LEVAN
FLORA
ISAAC
HETTA
GEORGE
SUTHA
Inventory of the Estate of Isaac Crow, deceased, filed in the October Session of Court, 1813, lists the following slaves:  LEAH, CRECY, LEVAN, FLORA, ISAAC, HETTA, GEORGE,and SUTHA.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 32. [file 559]
00559
Crow
Atkinson

Wallis

Herrin

Jones

Hill
Isaac
John
LEVAN
Thomas
LEAH
Andrew
ISAAC
James G.
FLORA
William
GEORGE
Account of the Sale of the Estate of Isaac Crow, deceased, sold on November 25 & 26, 1813.  Slaves hired for 12 months from Dec. 10, 1814, included:
LEVAN hired to John Atkinson.
LEAH hired to Thomas Wallis.
ISAAC hired to Andrew Herrin.
Girl HET hired to Andrew Herrin.
Woman and child FLORA hired to James G. Jones.
CRECY hired to Joannah Crow
Boy GEORGE hired to William Hill.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 50. [file 560]
00560
Crow
Crow


Crow


Crow


Crow


Crow
Isaac
Thomas
FLORA
LITTLE GEORGE
Polly
GEORGE
ABBA
Isaac Jr.
LEVIN
DAVIS
Bryant
HOTTA
SOUTHERD
James
ISAAC
A Division of the Estate of Isaac Crow, deceased, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1817.  The heirs drew lots for the slaves of the estate:FLORA and LITTLE GEORGE were drawn by Thomas Crow.
GEORGE and ABBA were drawn by Polly Crow.
LEVIN and DAVIS were drawn by Isaac Crow [Jr.].
CRECEY and LEATH were drawn by Joanna Crow.
HOTTA and SOUTHERD were drawn by Bryant Crow.
ISAAC was drawn by James Crow.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 280. [file 561]
00561
Sandford James T.
FLORA
HETTY
LEVEN
Guardian Settlements with James T. Sandford, guardian of Thomas Crow, Bryant Crow, and Isaac Crow, minor heirs of Isaac Crow, was filed in the January Term of Court, 1818.  It contained a credit for the hire of the slaves:  FLORA, HETTY, and LEVEN.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 366. [file 562]
00562
Sandford James T.
KITTY
FLORA
Guardian Settlements with James T. Sandford, guardian of the heirs of Isaac Crow, deceased, was filed in the October Session of Court 1819, lisitng the hire of a Negro woman KITTY for the year 1818 for the sum of $50.; and another, listing the hire of a Negro woman FLORA and her children for the year 1818, for the sum of $35.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book  3, p. 111. [file 563]
00563
Neely James
AGNESS
BETTY
CRAMBY
Settlement of the Estate of James Neely, deceased, was filed in the April Term of Court, 1823, and lists the hire of the slaves AGNESS, BETTY, and CRAMBY.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 637. [file 564]
00564
Neely

Neely
Neely
Campbell
James
Elizabeth
George Lee
Isaac Green
Andrew
LITTLE JIM
SAM
DENNIS
RHODA
LUCINDA
HANNER
James Neely died September 2, 1833, intestate, leaving his widow Elizabeth, and children:  George Lee Neely, and Isaac Green Neely.  Andrew Campbell was guardian for the minor children of James Neely, deceased.  Neely left the following slaves:  LITTLE JIM, SAM, DENNIS, RHODA, LUCINDA, & HANNER.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Bonds 1819‑1851, no page number. [file 565]
00565
Neely J.W. J. W. Neely was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p.4], as the owner of 6 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___names are not listed. The slaves included: 1 black male aged 65, 1 black female aged 35, 1 black female aged 11, 1 black male aged 8, 1 black male aged 7, and 1 black female aged 3.  He had one slave house on his property. 00566
Green
Green
William
Mary
DANIEL
William Green, deceased, left a will dated Feb. 23, 1809, leaving a bequest to his wife Mary Green of one slave, DANIEL.  Will proven in April Session of Court 1809.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 40. [file 567]
00567
Green Sherwood In the Guardian Settlement for Sherwood Green, filed in the January Session of Court, 1819, the hire of a Negro is mentioned.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 32. [file 568]
00568
Guthrie
Sharp

Carter

Carter


Halfacre
David H
Sumner N
ADAM
John B
ALLEN
Samuel B
ARTHUR
CAROLINE
Jacob
MALISSA
Gilbert Marshall, Administrator of the Estate of David H. Guthrie, deceased, filed a Petition for the Sale of the Negroes of the estate in the April Term of Court, 1832.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 6, p. 164. [file 569]


 Six slaves of the estate were sold on Feb. 16, 1833, on the public square in Franklin, Tenn. to pay debts of the estate:  ADAM, aged about 50 years was sold to Sumner N. Sharp for $55.   ALLEN, aged 14 years, was sold to John B. Carter for $450.  LYDIA aged 37 years, ARTHUR aged 5 years, and CAROLINE aged 9 years were sold to Samuel B. Carter for $340.  MALISSA, about 3 years old, was sold to Jacob Halfacre for $105.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 15. [file 569]
00569
Guy John
JOHNSON
FAN
TOM
SARAH
NED
PEG
HANDY
LINA
JUDE
PETER
LITTLE PETER
FLORA
LIND
SCILLA
BIG CILIA
LITTLE CELIA
John Guy, deceased.  Heirs entered Petition for Distribution of estate in Williamson County Court, January Session 1829.  Slaves were:  JOHNSON, FAN, TOM, SARAH & her 3 children [not named], NED PEG, HANDY, LINA, JUDE, PETER, LITTLE PETER, FLORA & her 5 children [not named], LIND, SCILLA, BIG CILIA & her child [not named], and LITTLE CELIA and her child [not named].
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee,county Court Lawsuits, Book 3, 304. [file 570]
00570
Nichols
Woolridge
John
Keziah
CINTHEY
PLEASANT
The Deed of Gift of John Nichols to Keziah Wooldridge for two Negroes [names not given], is mentioned in the lawsuit styled Keenen & McClung, plaintiffs, vs. William I. Berryman, defendamnt, filed in the January Session of Court, 1832.  William I. Berryman married the daughter of Keziah Wooldridge, and had, some 10 years ago or more, sold the Negroes to "Wilson."
[2] Lawsuits, Book 6, 1831‑1836, p. 104. [file 571]
00571
Nichols
Woolridge
John
keziah
CINTHEY
PLEASANT
John Nichols executed a Deed of Gift to Keziah Wooldridge, for the love and affection to his daughter Keziah, for the term of her natural life, a slave girl, CINTHEY, aged about 14 years, and a boy PLEASANT about 9 years old.  Registered 13 February 1813.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Deeds, Book C, p. 108. [file 572]
00572
Smith
McElwee
Hagerty
Wilson
Scott
Robert
Thomas
Abbe
William
Jacob
DAVE
On the 2nd day of October 1805, Robert Smith sold the slave DAVE to Thomas McElwee.
Thomas McElwee, of Williamson County, sold to Jacob Scott, a Negro man named DAVE, formerly the property of Abbe Hagerty from him to William Wilson.  Dave is about 30 years old, valued at $450.  Dated 30 October 1805.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 69. [file 573]
00573
Nichols
McCown
Hardeman
West
John
Andrew
Thomas
Stephen
HARRIETT
A lawsuit styled, John Nichols and Andrew McCown vs. Thomas Hardeman and Stephen West, was filed in 1829.  All of the above named were equal owners of a negro woman, HARRIETT.  She was sold through the Court.  She was represented to be sound when she was actually afflictedwith a fatal disease.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VIII, p. 108. [file 574]
00574
Lapsley
Tinnen
Thomas
Mary
JERRY
SALLY
July Session 1829.  Petition for Sale of Negroes of the estate of Thomas Lapsley, an uncle of the Petitioner James Armstrong and a citizen of Georgia.  Thomas Lapsley died intestate.  He had 2 slaves:  JERRY, about 21 or 22 years old, and SALLY ‑ about 19 or 20 years old.  They are both the issue of a female slave of said Thomas Lapsley.  No regular administration was ever had upon the estate in the State of Georgia.  The business was settled by James Lapsley, another uncle of James Armstrong.  James Lapsley is the brother of Thomas Lapsley, deceased.  William L. Armstrong also aided in settling the buisness of Thomas Lapsley.  Thomas Lapsley left no will nor legitimate children.  His distributees were his brother, James Lapsley and Elizabeth Lapsley, Thomas Armstrong, James Armstrong, William L. Armstrong, and Mary Tinnen.  Elizabeth Lapsley since died intestate and without issue.  Thomas Armstrong, James Armstrong, and William L. Armstrong, are the nephews of Thomas Lapsley.  Mary Tinnen is his niece.  She is also a widow.  All of the above mentioned are above the age of 21 years.  James Lapsley afterwards died and he left a will appointing Thomas Armstrong, Executor.  James Armstrong, Thomas Armstrong, William L. Armstrong, and Mary Tinnen are the next of kin of James Lapsley, not bequeathed by his will.  They are interested in liberating the slaves, Jerry & Sally, and locating them in Ohio.  The slaves, Jerry and Sally, were sent from North Carolina in 1827, where they had been taken from Georgia, to Williamson County, Tennessee.  Petitioner, Thomas Armstrong, has asked his sister Mary Tinnen to consent to this emancipation.  Petition has no notice of debts due from the estate.  He just wants to sell the slaves.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 3, 390. [file 575]
00575
Halfacre
Halfacre
Jacob
Henry
SALLY
EMELINE
Jacob Halfacre received from Henry Halfacre, administrator of the estate of Elizabeth Halfacre, deceased, the slaves:  SALLY and her 2 younger children [not named in record], and EMILINE.  Refunding Bond, dated November 13, 1837, filed in County Court.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Refunding Bond, Nov. 13, 1837.  Loose Records. [file 576]
00576
Hall

Browder



Wood

Waddel
Frederick
GRACY
William C.
HALL
SILVEY
GRACY
Joshua
JACK
J.D.
PEGGY
Frederick Hall died circa 1818, and an Account of the Sale of Slaves of the Estate was filed in the January Session of Court, 1819, mentioning the following slaves:  "a child by the name of GRACY since born which was sold with its mother on 28 Nov. 1818."
Negro man HALL sold to William C. Browder for $680.
SILVEY and her child, GRACY, sold to William C. Browder for $500.
Negro man JACK sold to Joshua Wood.
A small negro girl, PEGGY, was sold to J. D. Waddel for $300.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 30. [file 577]
00577
Winsett



Winsett
Robert
Mary
RACHEL
JACK
Ann
ROSEY

JAMES
WINSETT SLAVES
Robert Winsett died leaving a will dated May 13, 1812, proven in the October Session of Court 1812.  He left the following bequests:
To wife Mary, the slaves RACHEL and JACK.
ROSEY, Rachel's first child to go to my daughter Ann Winsett.
The Negro man JAMES to be sold.
[4] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 324. [file 578]
00578
Winsett Robert
JIM
JACK
RACHEL
HANNAH
Inventory of the Estate of Robert Winsett, deceased, was filed in the January Session of Court, 1813, and lists the following slaves:  JIM aged 28 years, JACK aged 19 years, RACHEL aged 18 years, "a negro family", and child HANNAH, born June 25, 1812.
[1]Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 2, p. 5. [file 579]
00579
REDDICK
McGavock
Winder
Davis
OTEY
REDDICK
REDDICK
MARIA BELL
John Col.
Carrie
Jeff (President)
HARVEY
BOWLING
JOHN WATT
Colonel Winder
Newspaper obituary, Dec. 21, 1922________
MUCH BELOVED NEGRESS DIES : "AUNT MARIA REDDICK WAS ONCE SERVANT TO JEFF DAVIS.
The passing of Maria Bell Reddick at her home on Columbia avenue on last Friday night removes from Franklin one of her oldest citizens and also a historical character that has been closely connected with prominent and leading events in the south.
"Aunt" Maria died at the ripe old age of 90 years, retaining her mental faculties and her devotion to her friends until the last.
When Col. John McGavock was married to Miss Carrie Winder in Louisiana seventy years ago Col. Winder gave this bright young woman to his daughter for a maid.  She made her home with the McGavocks after that, nursing four generations of the family.
During the war Col. McGavock sent all his slaves except two or three further south to keep them from the influence of the Federal army.  During this period Maria, who was in Montgomery, Ala., was a servant in the family of President Jeff Davis.  While in this household she became a special admirer of Dr. Gentry, of this place who was much in the Davis family.
Little negro blood flowed in her veins; she was half Indian with possibly a strain of French blood, hence the strong clear mentality and combination of characteristics marked and unusual.
Her first husband was Harvey Otey.  The last husband, Bowling Reddick, was a Montgomery negro who came back to Tennessee with her after the war, both going straight to the McGavock home.
This fine old character has hardly an equal left among her race in this town.  She leaves one son, John Watt Reddick, in the L. & N. Railway service.
00580
Hampton Jeremiah
DICK
PLEASANT
BETSY
JUDY
An Inventory of the estate of Jeremiah Hampton, deceased, was filed in the Janyary Term of Court 1824, which listed the following slaves:  DICK about 20 years old, PLEASANT about 45 years old, BETSY about 12 years old, and JUDY about 3 years old.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will  Book 3, p. 673. [file 581]
00581
Kerney
Goff
Henry C.
Andrew
BILLY
BIG JOE
MINTO
JIMMY
REBECCA
SARAH
EMMALINE
LIVINA
LYDIA
LITTLE JOE
WILLIS
Henry C. Kerney sold to Andrew Goff, on 31 August, 1812, for the sum of $4,000, the following slaves:  BILLY, BIG JOE, MINTO, NANCY, JIMMY, REBECCA, SARAH, EMMALINE, LEVINA, LYDIA, LITTLE JOE, and WILLIS.  Registered 25 May 1813.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Deeds, Book C, p. 367. [file 582]
00582
Halfacre Henry Henry Halfacre departed this life in December 1853, intestate.  He owned several slaves.  The heirs want a division made.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, V, p. 49. [file 583]
00583
Wood John
FREDERICK
TILLER
RITTER
PETRE
SQUIRE
John Wood died circa 1821, intestate, and an Inventory of his estate was filed in the January Term of Court, 1822, listing the following slaves:  FREDERICK, woman ?TILLER, woman RITTER, and small boys PETRE and SQUIRE.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, pp. 304‑305 (marked 504 & 505). [file 584]
00584
Cook
Littleton
John T.
Joseph L. Littleton
CAROLINE
December Term of Court, 1849.  John T. Cook died, intestate, and John P. McKay was appointed administrator in 1846.  There is not enough money in the estate to pay debts, and a slave must be sold.  Joseph L. Littleton bought a negro woman, CAROLINE, and her child, on January 1, 1850.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee,miscellaneous Records, V, 29 [file 585]
00585
Shannon







Priest
David
DANIEL
FEEBE
VILET
ISEM
DAVID
PINIS
JEFFERSON
Nancy
MILLY
David Shannon died circa 1821, leaving a will which was probated in the October Term of Court, 1821.  He left the following bequests:
To his wife, the following slaves ‑ DANIEL, FEEBE, VILET, THOMAS, ISEM, and DAVID.
To his sons, the following slaves ‑ PINIS and JEFFERSON.
To Nancy Priest, the slave ‑ MILLY.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 259. [file 586]
00586
Shannon George A. George A. Shannon was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p. 3], as the owner of one slave, a male black, aged 20 years.  00587
Hardeman N. Perkins N. Perkins Hardeman, residing at the mouth of McCutchins Creek, was taxed on 2 taxable slaves in 1800. 00588
Hardeman Nicholas P.
ISABEL
SILVA
HANNABAL
FARMER
SCERRINA
CATO
An Inventory of the Estate of N[icholas] P.Hardeman, was filed in the October Session of Court, 1818.  The following slaves were listed:  ISABEL about 18 years old, SILVA about 13 years old, HANNABAL FARMER about 9 years old, SCERRINA about 8 years old, and CATO about 7 years old. 00589
Hardeman Nicholas
ISABELLA
SILVA
HANNIBAL
SERENA
A Division of Real and Personal Estate of Nicholas Hardeman, who died 27 May 1818, was filed in the April Session of Court, 1820.  The slaves listed were:  ISABELLA, SILVA, HANNIBAL, CATO, and SERENA.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 3, p. 148. [file 590]
00590
Hardeman Peter Peter Hardeman died May 21, 1820.  His estate contained 5 slaves.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 74. [file 591]
00591
Overton
Hardeman
Hardeman
John
Eleazer
Seth
ELBERT
January Term of Court, 1832.  John Overton was taken to answer Eleazer Hardeman, administratrix of the estate of Seth Hardeman, deceased, intestate.  On January 8, 1830, Overton sold to the said Seth S. Hardeman a negro named ELBERT, about 34 years old for $375.  The Negro was said to be in sound health, but he was actually unsound and Seth was put to a great expense for a physician for taking care of said negro.  Overton refuses to pay the account.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, VI, p. 16. [file 592]
00592
Hardeman William D. William D. Hardeman was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedule of Williamson County, Tennessee [p.4], as the owner of 3 slaves, who are identified only by age, sex, and color___names are not listed.  His slaves included:  1 female black aged 14 years, 1 female black aged 12 years, and 1 female black aged 9 years. 00593
Wood Johnson John Jordan, Executor of the Estate of Johnson Wood, deceased, filed a petition at the Jan. Session of Court, 1830, for the Sale of the Slaves of the estate of Johnson Wood.  A large debt was due the Johnson Wood Estate in the State of Mississippi, and the Executor must employ someone to collect it.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, County Court Lawsuits, Book 6, no page number.[file 594]
00594
Woldridge Ferdinand S. Ferdinand S. Woldridge was enumerated in the 1860 Slave Schedules of Williamson County, Tennessee [p. 4], with 1 black female slave, aged 26 years. 00595
Lee Benjamin
Mary
TOM
JAMES
ANTHONY
BEN
HENRY
LUCY
Benjamin Lee died circa 1803, leaving a will which was probated in October 1803.  He left to his wife, Mary, the following slaves:  TOM, JAMES, and LUCY.Inventory of the Estate of Benjamin Lee, deceased, lists slaves:  TOM, JAMES, ANTHONY, BEN, HENRY, and LUCY.  Dated Feb. 7, 1803.
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 9. [file 596]
00596
Warren

Talbot & Reed

Potts

Hardner

Record
Wilkins
John
BROOMFIELD

ISHAM

TOBY
Jacob
LEWIS
Sion
John
JERRY

EASTER
PHIL
Balances due the Estate of John Page, deceased, filed in the January Session of Court, 1811.
Jan. 1, 1811 ‑ to John Warren for the hire of Negro man Broomfield.
Jan. 1, 1811 ‑ to Talbot & Reed for the hire of Negro man Isham.
Jan. 1, 1811 ‑ to Potts for hire of Negro man Toby.
Jan. 1, 1811 ‑ to Jacob Hardner, a note for the hire of Negro man Lewis.
Jan. 1, 1811 ‑ to Sion Record and John Wilkins for the hire of Negro boy JERRY.
Jan. 1, 1811 ‑ to hire of EASTER & HER CHILD [name not given].
Jan. 1, 1811 ‑ to hire of PHIL, a Negro boy. [3]
Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 243.
[3] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 243. [file 597]
00597
Page
Gray
John
Young A.
MILLY
Settlement with the minor orphans of John Page, deceased, dated Jan. 15, 1813.  To cash paid Young A Gray for medicine and attendance on the negro MILLY at the house of Frederick Davis.
[1] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, p. 338. [file 598]
00598
Page
Rutherford
John
Henry
Settlement with the minor orphans of John Page, deceased, dated April 13, 1813, lists a note on Henry Rutherford for hire of slaves [names not listed in record].
[2] Williamson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, 1800‑1813, 339. [file 599]
00599

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