Conveyance, Elizabeth Burge to Moses Duke; slave girl
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Fairfield Co., SC Deed Book N, page 411
"State of South Carolina
Kershaw District

Know all men by these presents that I Elizabeth Burge of the same district and state aforsaid have bargained and sold and by these presents bargain sell and deliver unto Moses Dukes of Kershaw District aforesaid a certain negro girl named Lucy formerly the property of Burrel Burge deceased which said negro I do warrent and defend from all and every person Laying any Claim or Claims.

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 26th day of November 1801
(signed) Betty (Her x Mark) Burge (seal)

(signed) Charles Hawkins

Fairfield District

Before me personally appeared Charles Hawkins and made oath that he did see Elizabeth Burge sign seal and deliver the within Bill of Sale unto the within named Moses Dukes for the use and purposes therein mentioned--
(signed) charles Hawkins

Sworn before me
?th day of Jany 1802
(signed) Elijah Jones J. P.
Recorded 13th February 1802"

This reference was provided by Gary D. Duke

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