4 edition of Free Negroes registered in the clerk"s office, Botetourt County, Virginia, 1802-1836 found in the catalog.
Free Negroes registered in the clerk"s office, Botetourt County, Virginia, 1802-1836
Dorothy A. Boyd-Rush
|Other titles||Registers of free Negroes, Botetourt County, Virginia, 1802-1836.|
|Statement||transcribed by Dorothy A. Boyd-Rush.|
|LC Classifications||F232.B6 B372 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 60 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||94226573|
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Free Negroes registered in the clerk's office, Botetourt County, Virginia, [Dorothy A Boyd-Bragg] -- Inthe Virginia General Assembly enacted legislation "to restrain the practice of Negroes going at large." To correct this "problem," the statute went on to require that "free Negroes or.
"Register of Free Negroes & Mulattoes," etc. The following record is transcribed from the original now in the manuscript collection of the University of Virginia. The register was copied into the back of a contemporary town expense ledger and is among a variety of official town records made available on microfilm as "Alexandria City Papers.".
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Everyday low prices and free Author: Dorothy A Boyd-Rush. Botetourt County court clerks office 13 June Montgomery County clerks office 27 August No. 16, Elizabeth Marrs a bright Mulatto between Eighteen and nineteen years old, five feet and an half inch high tolerable straight black hair, black eyes, regular features born of free parents and raised in Franklin County, Virginia.
6 October. The registration of free Negroes and Mulattoes began in Virginia in with passage of a law that required free persons of color to register with the Clerk of Court in the county where they resided and to carry their “free papers” with them at all gh the legal definition of Mulatto changed over time, as first enacted inthe term Mulatto applied to a person who was one.
The Botetourt County Clerk, located in Fincastle, Virginia, is the official keeper of public records for Botetourt County. The Clerk's office ensures that public records are retained, archived, and made accessible to the public in accordance with all laws and regulations. Other sources of information on free black citizens and registrations for Albemarle County include a List of Free Negroes ( and ), Deeds of Emancipation (), and Free Negro Registers (), all at the Library of Virginia in Richmond.
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Home > Virginia's Court System > Circuit Court > Individual Circuit Court Homepages > Botetourt Circuit Court 25th Judicial Circuit of Virginia Circuit Courts Informational Pamphlet. Solomon Scott registered as a free Negro in Greensville County on 12 March [Register of Free Negroes, no.
18]. From the Register of Free Negroes at the Greensville County courthouse: JWyatt Stewart, black complexion, 25, recovered his freedom of Pleasant Hunnicutt of Sussex County, 5'7" high. no Click to read more about Free Negroes registered in the clerk's office, Botetourt County, Virginia, by Dorothy A.
Boyd-Rush. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for Author: Dorothy A. Boyd-Rush. An act passed by the Virginia legislature in required every free negro or mulatto to be registered and numbered in a book to be kept by the county clerk.
The register listed the age, name, color, stature, marks or scars, in what court the person was emancipated or whether the person was born free. Scope and Content Botetourt County (Va.) Free Negro and Slave Records,include certificates of non-importation of slaves into Virginia (,), manumission papers (,), petitions for exemption from public use (), letter from the governor and Freedmen's Bureau concerning the legalization of slave marriages (), lists of free negroes and mulattoes.
Botetourt County Minority Records. Free Negroes registered in the clerk's office, Botetourt County, Virginia, Family History Library. Free Negroes registered in the clerk's office, Botetourt County, Virginia, WorldCat.
No William Washington Love, a free man of colour, about thirty two years of age, five feet three inches and 7/8 high, light complexion, no scars or marks perceivable; as appears by the registry certificate of Alext, Carrett Clerk of Albemarle County Court dated tne 5th day of November and now duly registered in this Vincent Tapp CC No Norborn Foster, a mulatto man about.
Register of Free Negroes: from the Office of Clerk of the Loudoun County Circuit Court Despite the Virginia mandate requiring African Americans emancipated after that date to vacate the state, it appears that the law was irregularly enforced in Loudoun, contributing to a large free black presence before the Civil War.
The Botetourt County Circuit Clerk Clerk of Court in Virginia. Botetourt County Circuit Clerk Clerk of Court 1 W Main St #, Fincastle, VAUSA Friday AM PM, Saturday Closed, Sunday Closed, Monday AM PM, Tuesday AM PM, Wednesday AM PM, Thursday AM PM.
['Rockbridge County (Va.) Free Negro and Slave Records, The collection is comprised of free negro registrations, ; applications and petitions to remain in the state, ; petitions for voluntary reduction to slavery, ; a photocopy of the index to register of free negroes, ; and various free negro and slave records, ', 'Free negro.
Free Negroes registered in the clerk's office, Botetourt County, Virginia, 3 copies Register of Free Blacks, Rockingham County, Virginia, 2 copies Members.Effective January 1,vehicle decals are no longer required for Botetourt County vehicles.
Instead, a Vehicle Registration and License Fee will be added to the annual Personal Property bill. 3 Year Dog Tag now available.
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