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If emancipated, emancipating owner, place and date of emancipation, and prior registration as a free negro are usually mentioned.
Lists of free negroes were compiled by the commissioner of the revenue for tax purposes.
Local government records collection, Cumberland County Court Records. These items came to the Library of Virginia in transfers of court papers from Cumberland County.
Cumberland County (Va.) Free Negro and Slave Records, 1753-1865, consist of free negro registrations and certificates (1789-1860); lists of free negroes (1809-1861); and miscellaneous records (1753-1865).
in the conference room of the Housing Authority located in Lebanon, Virginia for consideration and adoption, with an effective date of January 1, 2018.
The CPRHA is a fair housing office and it does not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin.
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Miscellaneous records include a receipt for making a coffin for Jassea Brown, a free negro (1854); order to summon justices to consider the applications of Sam Jones and John Jones to remain in the commonwealth (1852); order to summon justices to prevent free negroes from selling agricultural products without a certificate (1846, 1855); memo of slaves belonging to the estate of Benjamin Weber (circa 1815); a certificate permitting Sam Short, a free man of color, to carry a gun (1825); memo of slaves of Mason family (circa 1790); division of Bartlett Anglea's slaves (photocopy, 1841); valuation of Bridget, now in jail (1831); certification of William, a runaway from Monroe County (1839); order for James, Albert and Peter Mayo, free negroes, to work on the road (photocopy, 1840); deposition regarding the slaves of the Walton and/or Mosby family (circa 1753); Commonwealth vs.
The Cumberland Plateau Regional Housing Authority will provide decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing to low-income citizens free from discrimination in the counties of Buchanan, Dickenson, Russell and Tazewell, Virginia; and will strive to provide opportunities for its residents to achieve a higher standard of living.