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Phillis: Freedom Suit, Montgomery County (Part 12 of 20)

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Ans. She was a slave I suppose Ques Have you heard any report that Scott made her free Ans I have. Ques. by same. Was it the common report at the time. Ans. Yes. Ques. by same. What became of Flora after it was reported she was free Ans. She lived in Southwick she was misterously gone and it was said she was carried off and sold by Hanchett and Branson in New York. Ques. by the same. At what time was it. it was said she was carried off. Ans About the close of the revolutionary war it appears to me Ques. by the same. Was Flora married Ans. She had children but i cannot tell whether she was married Ques. by the same. Were you acquainted with Ex Ans I have seen him Ques. by the same. Did Flora live in Southwick at the time it was said she was carried away Ans I understood she did