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Gdn. of James A. Jennett, etc. vs. Gdn. of James A. Jennett, etc.: Chancery Cause, Halifax County (Part 2 of 2)

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The following is a list and valuation and Division of the slaves belonging to the Estate of John Jennett Dec'd. Made this 29th Decr. 1852 by Philip Howerton Paul Street Allen Willingham and P. Moon Commissioners appointed by the County Court of Halifax made at September Court 1852 see order Negro Man Jim valued @ 360.00

  "   "  Davy    "   "   400.00
  "   "  Wiley    "   "   600.00
  "   "  Clem    "   "   600.00
  "   "  Anderson   "   "   800.00
  "   "  Rial      "   "   700.00
  "   "  Stephen   "   "   500.00
  "   "  Hampton   "   "   550.00
  "   Woman Isabel  "   "   125.00
  "   "  Nannie & child Henry    500.00
  "   "  Adaline   "         550.00
  "      Ellen   "             300.00
  "      Ann   "               250.00
  "     Boy Jim Henry with Mother       6,235.00

Decey, Jenny & Ben old Negroes not valued by us at any thing leaving the Executor to dispose of them, we have assigned to Mrs. Elizabeth Jennett five of the above slaves as her dower to wit Clem Nannie and her child Henry Hampton and Adaline valued at two thousand two hundred Dollars she to pay to James K Jennett $52.83 1/2 cents and to John A Jennett the sum of $69.16 2/3 which two amounts make on hundred & twenty two dollars; We have assigned to Mrs. Permelia Ann Borum two Slaves Anderson & Isabel which we value at $925. "Amt. due him, $2.83 1/3. We have assigned to Mrs. Susan P. Davenport two slaves