• Creator
  • Banks, Arianna D
  • Created Date
  • 1864-05-04
  • Description
  • Deed of manumission dated May 4, 1864 by Arianna (also spelled Arrianna) D. Banks of Howard County, Maryland for her Negro slave named John Anderson. Witnessed by Richard H. Dorsey, Dennis P. Gaither, and Justice of the Peace C. W. Edmondson on May 4 and recorded by Howard County clerk W. W. Watkins on June 7, the document grants John Anderson his freedom to commence from April 15, 1864, the date of his enlistment in the Regiment of Colored Tr... more
    Deed of manumission dated May 4, 1864 by Arianna (also spelled Arrianna) D. Banks of Howard County, Maryland for her Negro slave named John Anderson. Witnessed by Richard H. Dorsey, Dennis P. Gaither, and Justice of the Peace C. W. Edmondson on May 4 and recorded by Howard County clerk W. W. Watkins on June 7, the document grants John Anderson his freedom to commence from April 15, 1864, the date of his enlistment in the Regiment of Colored Troops in the service of the United States. (Editor's note: The specific Regiment of Colored Troops is not provided, nor is the folio number filled in on the deed.). less
  • Format
  • Digital reproduction of 2-page document, 26 x 21 cm.
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