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sold in the lifetime of Testator [told?] The sheriff of Charlotte he left no such negro The testator in his life time had owned a yellow woman called Sall, which he sold to Benjamin Marshall in his lifetime, he also owned an old woman Sarah or [Sary?] who died before him he therefore left neither Sall or [Sary?]. Nelson died before the Testator he left no negro of that name. Your respondent refers to the answer of [illegible] Ford the admr & makes it his own so far as your respondent is concerned as a distributee he is advised that not [was?] such of the negroes name in the bill survived Thomas Ford, and a honorably allowed their freedom, [illegible] in the damages at Law or in chancery for then [illegible] in slavery by the curator as admr of Thomas