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Certificates of Registry granted to free persons of color, 1844

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Certificates of Registry granted to free persons of color, 1844

Posted: 1486038866000
Classification: Biography
Surnames: Eunice, Harmon, Nail, Mobley
Listed in the Southern Recorder, June 4, 1844, pg. 3 (7th Column)

Georgia, Appling County.
Clerks office of the Inferior Court of said County--May 16th 1844.

Certificates of registry will be granted to the following named free persons of color, on or after the third Monday in June next, if no sustainable objections be urged against them, to wit:

Hugh Eunice, farmer, 54 years of age
Daniel Eunice, farmer, 43 years of age
William Jones, farmer, 52 years of age
Abraham Harmon, farmer, 35 years of age
J.H. Harmon, farmer, 29 years of age
J.P. Harmon, farmer, 25 years of age
Leroy Nail, farmer 23 years of age
William Nail, 22 years of age
Celia Harmon, wife of Abraham, 31 years of age

Jesse Mobley, c.i.c.
May 23, 2844 (1844)

Digital Library of Georgia
Georgia Historic Newspapers / Milledgeville / Full link:
[http://milledgeville.galileo.usg.edu/milledgeville/view?docI...]

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