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Date Original

1830 May 26-June 15

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Document

Subjects

African Americans--Arkansas--History; Agriculture; Estate sales; Slavery

Geographical Area

Hempstead County (Ark.)

Language

English

Identifier

sara_mssa_0019_scrapbook01_013

Resource Type

Text

Collection

Hempstead County loose court records, MSSA.0019

Publisher

Arkansas State Archives

Contributing Entity

Southwest Arkansas Regional Archives

Recommended Citation

1830 June 15: Letter, describing details in Matthew Furlong v. Joshua Fuqua and Mary Matlock, administrators of the estate of William Matlock, deceased; Daniel Ringo, attorney; Allen M. Oakley, clerk; D.J. Witten, Joshua Morrison, sheriffs; George Brinlen, Daniel Cornilius, Caty Wisker, witnesses; John Robins, deputy clerk; Thomas Hubbard, attorney gave payment with interest on behalf of estate administrators, 1821-circa 1940s: Hempstead County scrapbook, Hempstead County loose court records, Southwest Arkansas Regional Archives, Washington, Arkansas.

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Original location: third document on page 19 original text: "1829"

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1830 June 15: Letter, describing details in Matthew Furlong v. Joshua Fuqua and Mary Matlock, administrators of the estate of William Matlock, deceased; Daniel Ringo, attorney; Allen M. Oakley, clerk; D.J. Witten, Joshua Morrison, sheriffs; George Brinlen, Daniel Cornilius, Caty Wisker, witnesses; John Robins, deputy clerk; Thomas Hubbard, attorney gave payment with interest on behalf of estate administrators

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