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Slaves from Philip Boone's Estate Inventory

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Date: 23 Jun 1856 to 1 Sep 1856
Location: Union, Kentucky, United Statesmap
Surnames/tags: Boone Slavery Black_Heritage
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Will

See: Philip Boone Will

In his will, signed on June 23, 1856, Philip Boone gifted the following by name:
to his wife, as a life lease
  • Aleck age about 10 years - later to son, Samuel
to daughter Mary Ann Rapier - already in her possession
  • negro woman Jane
to daughter Elizabeth Clements - already in her possession
  • negro girl Caroline
to daughter Ellen Howard - already in her possession
  • negro woman Nancy
  • negro woman Maria
to daughter Catherine Francis wife of Edward Byrnes - already in her possession
  • negro woman Eliza
to granddaughter Julia Ann (Rhodes) Cambron
  • negro girl Tressy

Inventory

1856 Philip Boone Estate Inventory. Kentucky, Union County, Deed Book E, pp. 83-84, County Court. Digital images 211-212 of 462, FamilySearch ([1]: accessed 12 May 2021)

Transcription of Slave Entries in Inventory

[ditto marks have been replaced by words for clarity]
Boone Philip Inventory
Inventory and appraisal of the personal property and slaves of Philip Boone deceased made this day by Patrick Clements & R A Spalding appraisers appointed by the Court for that purpose this 26th Augt 1856…
Betty about 50 yrs old $350
Berry about 25 yrs old $1000
Pete about 23 yrs old $950
Levi about 21 yrs old $900
Harriet about 17 yrs old $800
Judah about 11 yrs old $600
Tom about 7 yrs old $400
Ann about 39 yrs old $550
John about 16 yrs old $850
Ben about 36 yrs old $850
Edward about 4 yrs old $200
Charles Thos about 3 or 4 mo old $75
Sam about 42 yrs old $800

Patrick Clements and R. V. Spalding appraisers appointed by the Court to appraise the personal property and slaves of Philip Boone deceased this day appeared before me and made oath that the above and within is a correct appraisement of the said property as exhibited to them by the Executor of said Boone deceased. Given under my hand this 1st September 1856.
W. F. Berry J. P.





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