Negro (Slave) Register of Washington County, Pennsylvania pages 15 & 16 of 38on September 10th, 2011 at 12:07 PM
Negro (Slave) Register of Washington County, Pennsylvania pages 15 & 16 of 38Page 15.Samuel Irwin Esquire.Joshua a male Slave aged 22 years.Will do. do. do. 19 years.Ben do. do. do. 12 years.Patty a female do. do. 16 years.Sall do. do. do. 17 years.Judy do. do. do. 2 years.George McCormickSeasor a male Slave aged 62 years.Peter do. do. do. 22 years.Davy Brady do. do. 17 years.Davy Copper aged 11 years.Rose 7 years.The following is a xxxx list of negroe & mulatto children recorded agreeablyto the act of assembly intituled an act to explain and amend an act intituledan act for the gradual abolition of Slavery passed at Philadelphia onSaturday the twenty ninth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousandseven hundred and eighty eight.July 22nd 1788.David Bradford of Straban Township in the County of Washington Attorney atlaw hereby makes application to Thomas Scott Esquire, Clerk of the peace ofthe County of Washington aforesaid that he enter upon record agreeably to theact of assembly a female mulatto child born since the 1st March 1780, namedHester alias Het aged two years, giving under my hand the date aforesaid.Oath made according to David Bradford.law before me the day aboveTho Scott.Note. The above signature of David Bradford looks on the original book as ifit might have been made by Bradford himself. There is a difference in thewriting of the signature from that of the xx entry.September 3d 1788. Zephaniah Beall of Bethlehem Township in the County ofWashington farmer hereby makes application to Thomas Scott Esquire Clerk ofthe peace of the said County of Washington that xxxxxxx he enter upon therecord agreeably to the act of assembly a female negroe child born since the1st of March 1780 named Kesiah aged years. Given under my hand the dateaforesaid.Zeph. aluminum recycling centers . Mary Sharp Beaufort Judge . Beall.Oath made by Reason Beall son of the said Zephh. Beall according to lawTho. ScottOctober 2, 1788. microwave repair . Daniel Elliot of Peters Township enters a male negro childbron since the first of March 1780 named Simon aged four months. Given byAlex Lowrey to John Elliot son of the said Daniel. Oath made according tolaw the day above before me.Tho. Scottpage number cut off – assumed to be page 16 of the transcript JSSeptember 24th 1788 Alexander Wells of Hopewell Township Miller enters afemale mulatto child (born since the first of March 1780) named Violet agedfour months and fifteen days. Oath made according to law the day above. CoramTho. ScottOctober 27th 1788 David Bradford of Washington County and township ofWashington Attorney at law enters a male negro child named Hercules agedabout two months (born since the first March k780) Oath made according to lawthe day above by said Bradford. Cor.Tho Scott.January 1 1789 Benjamin Parkeson of Notingham township in the County ofWashington Esqr. enters a male mulatto child named George born since thefirst March 1780 aged about fifteen months. Oath made according to law theday above by said Parkeson. CoramTho. Scott.January 2 xx 1789 Neal Gillespie of of Fallowfield Township yeoman enters thefollowing Negro children born since the 1st of March 1780 vis.Male Ben aged 3 years and near a monthMale Pompey age 3 months and some weeks.Oath made according to law before me.Tho. Scott.1? John McDonald of Robeson Township yeoman enters the following negrochildren born since the 1st March 1780 vis.Jean a female aged 4 years & 3 months.George a male aged 3 years & 1 monthMoriah a famele aged 11 daysJoe a male malatoe aged 2 years & 9 daysOath made according to law before me.Tho. ScottJanuary 14th 1789 Thomas Scott Ewquire Prothonotary of Washington Countyenters a female negro child named Prisilar born since the 1st march 1780about six months. Oath made according to law the above by said Scott. Coramxx Jno. HogeFebruary 27, 1789 William McComas of xx Followfield Township farmer entersthe following negroes to wit.A female named Fan aged four years and about three months.A female named Cassey aged one year and ten months.Oath made according to law by Danial McComas son of the said William that theabove negroes were born since the first day of March 1780, and that they areof the age before mentioned, before meTho. Scott.William Wallace of Somerset Township Esquire enters the following negroes vis.A female named Ruche aged two years.A female Jemima aged one year.A male Saml. aged six months. Oath made by the said Wallace that the abovenegroes were born since the 1st of March 1780 and and that they are of theage above mentioned.Tho Scott.