Manumissions, Indentures, and Other
Peter Reik manumits his slave in exchange for £60 and the promise that the former slave will serve five years as an indentured servant.
Bayly's 32-year-old slave, Jane Blakely, receives her freedom.
Marie Rose Louis, "from motives of humanity," manumits her 15-year-old slave, Fanny, with the stipulation that Fanny serve as Louis's indentured servant until age twenty-eight.
Moore grants his thirteen-year-old slave, Fanny, her freedom once she reaches eighteen years of age.
Irwin stipulates the amount to be paid him in exchange for James's freedom.
Peter Blight frees his brother's slave, Frank (aged thirteen years), but keeps him as an indentured servant until the boy reaches twenty-eight years of age.
Stevenson frees his slave, Jack Green, along with Jack's wife and two daughters.
(AMS 051, Box 1/ microfilm series IV reel 20)