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William Wells indenture

William Wells

William Wells indenture

by William Wells

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William Wells was born on month day , at birth place, Tennessee, to William Wells and Elizabeth Consort Wells (born LIVINGSTON). William was born on October 4 , in East Caln Township, Chester, PA, USA. He is the editor of William Wells Brown: A Reader and the author of William Wells Brown: An African American Life. He is a founding editor of the journal Book History. This Library of America series edition is printed on acid-free paper and features Smyth-sewn binding, a full cloth cover, and a ribbon marker.

View the profiles of people named William A Wells. Join Facebook to connect with William A Wells and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power.   The child who would be William Wells Brown was born enslaved in Kentucky, in about , the son of his owner’s cousin. In St. Louis, given the job of tending a young charge also called William.

  William Furbish was taxed on his own land at Dover, New Hampshire in , so his indenture must have lasted about eight years. In his presumed former owner Valentine Hill died. But year-old William Furbish was already gaining a foothold in Dover for himself, where he had now spent a third of his life. Clark,William dec'd Petition for sale of his real estate Book #1 pg 2" Book K pg 18 Apr Thomas Wells Ann his wife sold to William Clark their son-in-law land bought from George Hart, "Leason". Indenture Book K 9 Feb Thomas Wells sold to William Clark and Mary his wife property in Dover Town.


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William Wells has 39 books on Goodreads with ratings. William Wells’s most popular book is Detective Fiction. William Wells (c. – 15 August ), also known as Apekonit ("Carrot top"), was the son-in-law of Chief Little Turtle of the fought for the Miami in the Northwest Indian the course of that war, he became a United States Army officer, and also served in.

This website is maintained by William Wells, author of Hope's Road: A Novel, and the psychological thriller Face Of The Devil. The 3rd book in the Jack Starkey Mystery series, published February, The second in the Jack Starkey Mystery series.

Quick Links Authors Guild. Advocates for published authors since Authors Guild Directory. A serial killer is on the loose in Naples, Florida, an enclave of wealth and privilege on the Southwest Gulf Coast.

At first, the murders have been disguised as accidents, but when Police Chief Wade Hansen becomes suspicious, Mayor Charles Beaumont orders him to apprehend the killer before the truth becomes public knowledge/5(19).

View the profiles of people named William Wells. Join Facebook to connect with William Wells and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to. Stafford County, VA Will Book Page – will of William Knight, witnessed by Carty Wells, Sr. and Carty Wells, Jr. on p Page 61 – estate of Geo.

Hutchenson, received of Samuel Wells on Page 68 – inventory of Richard Moore by Samuel Wells, appraiser on Page – estate of Anthony Litton, creditor Samuel Wells on   Based on extensive research, Blacksnake's Path combines a compelling narrative with authentic history.

This splendid novel about an unsung hero of American history is the product of twelve years of research and writing, yet it carries its prodigious learning lightly in order to tell vividly the story of William Wells's remarkable life.5/5(8).

Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and William Wells. William Wells was one of Ohio's best known frontiersmen after the American Revolution.

Born around in Jacob's Creek, Pennsylvania as the youngest son of Captain Hayden Wells, William Wells would grow up in 2 different worlds dynamically opposed to each other. As an adult, he fought for and against both sides of the conflict.

William Wells Brown, (born ?, near Lexington, Ky., U.S.—died Nov. 6,Chelsea, Mass.), American writer who is considered to be the first African-American to publish a was also the first to have a play and a travel book published.

Brown was born to a black slave mother and a white slaveholding father. He grew up near St. Louis, Mo., where he served. Lincoln County, KY Deed Book W pagethe land from Gabriel Ragsdale is sold on by Easter/Esther Wells and Elijah Wells Jr and his wife Manervy/ is the acres on Green River to Reuben M.

deed was witnessed by William Wells and brother in law Francis Marion Wall who m Polly Wells. William Wells Detective Fiction opens with a story within a story. The editor, Chicago Homicide Detective Sergeant Jack Starkey (retired), promises to make notes in the margin as he reads, and the reader is quickly intrigued.

Starkey has a very individual viewpoint, humor, and pleasantly chatty style as he tells his tale/5. William W. Wells, Jr. (Decem – Ap ) was a businessman, politician, and general in the Union Army during the American Civil War who received a Medal of Honor for gallantry at the Battle of Gettysburg Early life and career.

Wells was born in Battles/wars: American Civil War. From Deed book D, page and8 JulyCampbell County, Kentucky, Court Records. This Indenture made the eighth-day of July in the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and thirteen- Between William Wells late to the Indiana Territory deceased and the said William Turner and Anne his wife being now in the County of Campbell and state of Kentucky of the one part and.

Large numbers of voluntary indentured servants also arrived and were sold similar to the convicts. Some authorities state that more than 75% of all immigrants who settled south of New England were indentured servants, convict servants, or redemptioners.

This may be an untapped source of research. I will be revising this paper as needed. William Wickham was a surgeon on St. Simons Island and was sworn as a witness on 19 July before William Stevens J.P.

Recorder by John Goode 1 AugustBrunswick, Glynn Co., Georgia. Page 20 William Stevens mark and brand as follows, a swallow fork in each ear and a halfpenny in the left ear, brand WS.

William Heath’s thoroughly researched book is the first biography of this man-in-the-middle. A servant of empire with deep sympathies for the people his country sought to dispossess, Wells married Chief Little Turtle’s daughter and distinguished himself as a Miami warrior, as an American spy, and as an Indian agent whose multilingual skills Brand: University of Oklahoma Press.

Indenture between William Friend Higher Barley Parish Saint Thomas Apostle and john Baldwin Gregory County Cambridge by Anon and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at William Wells and wife, Susanna were received by letter July, to Three Forks Baptist Church. Officiated several weddings of nieces and nephews.

On the Stoney Creek Primitive Baptist Church minutes mention Brother William Spouse: Susan (Ward) Wells.

Executor. Debts due from William Wallace, William Acocke, and Jeremiah Wells. Inventory of the Estate of William Haley, deceased.

Sarah (X) Haley, Executrix. 12 June, Indenture between John Butler of the County of Dinwiddie and William Cain of the County of Prince George and parish of Martin's Brandon. An indenture specified the conditions and duration of the child’s term of service, which generally involved some type of artisanal or vocational training.

Under the terms of an indenture, the adult supervisor, often referred to as a master, was obligated to care for the child, providing food, quarters, clothing, and other basic necessities in.Russell County, VA, Deed Book #3 Abstracts, by Rhonda Robertson – Page – Febru between William Wells & Jemima and James Quillen 30 ac on big Mockerson Creek, waters of the north fork of Holston River, land deeded by John Wood to William Wells, dated Decem Beginning on the conditional line between.Thomas William Wells (seal) X his mark.

At a Court continued and held for Richmond County the seventh day of November, This indenture of Bargain and Sale from Thomas William Wells to Nicholas McGinnis was acknowledged by the said Thomas William Wells and by the Court ordered to be recorded. Test, T. Tarpley. Top.