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Sarah: Freedom Suit, Loudoun County (Part 2 of 6)

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In the case of negroes Sarah and others against Thomazin Ellzey's, admr. and others since my last report I have received the following sums to wit: For the hire of Bill for the year 1841 15.00 [75.00]

" " " " John " " " " 65.00 " " " " George " " " " 60.00 " " " " Albert " " " " 50.00 " " " " Betty " " " " 32.00 " " " " Eliza " " " " 30.00 " " " " Tom " " " " 25.00 " " " " Amanda " " " " 20.00 $357.00

Off 5 per cent commission 17.85 Paid Doc. Powell's medical bill for Tom 2.50 " " McCabe " " " " 5.00 " " " " " " Eliza 3.50

" William Nettle for coffin one of Grace's children 2.00 " for the support of Grace and six children 15.00 $27.50

                                                                     $311.65 

Cash paid Bun W. Harrison as per receipt $311.65

all of which is respectfully reported Thomas Rogers, Com.