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Ignatius A Spalding Division of Slaves Transcription

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Date: 3 Jul 1857 [unknown]
Location: Union, Kentucky, United Statesmap
Surname/tag: Spalding
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Documentation on slaves held by Ignatius Spalding is consolidated on a space page. See: Slaves of Ignatius Aloysius Spalding


1857 Ignatius A Spalding Division of Slaves. Kentucky, Washington County, Will Book E, pp. 197-198, County Court. Digital images 268-269 of 1075, FamilySearch ([1]: accessed 27 June 2021)


We the undersigned have this day made a division of the slaves under the will of Ignatius A. Spalding dec’d We have valued and allotted the said negroes as follows towit
To Ann A. Spalding as dower
Cimon $300
Henry $750
Tyra $500
Ellen $350
Frank $800
Elick $800
Malinda $500
Tom $300
The above negroes are those that came by said Ann A. Spalding and are estimated at $4300.00 as above
There is also allotted to her Maxine $350 Peter $400 Harriet $400 Rachael at nothing which amount to $1150 and Lots amount to $5400.00
(2) There is allotted unto Robert A. Spalding Henry $750 Lucy & child $500 Henry John Patrick Washington and Handy children of Henry & Lucy are all including Henry & Lucy valued at $3375 – Zick $500 Alfred $550 amounting to $3325 altogether
(3) There is allotted to Samuel P. Spalding Philip $850 Saml $650 Emma $425 Caroline $500 George $200 Sarah $150 Carolines child $75 Mary John $300 amounting together to $3150.00
(4) There is allotted to Ignatius A. Spalding Jr Treasy $500 Rhoda $650 Matthew $750 Hannah $450 making altogether $2925.00
In the above division the whole of the slaves are estimated at $14850 and one third thereof to Ann A. Spalding is $4950 but she had allotted her $5450 and consequently $500 over her share after deducting the widows third there remains $9900 for division amongst the three R A. S. P. & Ignst A. Spalding which is $3300 each.
Robert A. Spalding has received in value $25 over the $3300
Samuel P. Spalding has received $150 less than his share
Ignatius A. Spalding has rec’d $375 less than his share
For which ??? the parties are respectively to account in the farther settlement of the estate
The foregoing division of the slaves has this day been entered into by us and we do agree to abide by and let the same remain as above set fourth
Witness our hands and seals this January 1st 1853.
Ann A Spalding
R. A. Spalding
Saml P Spalding
Ignatius A Spalding
By R A Spalding as Guardian

State of Kentucky County of Union Sct
I Thomas S. Chapman clerk of the County Court of Union County aforesaid certified that on this day this division of the slaves between the widow and heirs at law of I. A. Spalding deceased was produced to me and ordered to be recorded and thereupon the same was together with this certificate truly recorded in my office this 3rd day of July 1857.
Tho S. Chapman

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