Bury - BLA1
Bury - BLA1
African Americans--History, African Americans--History--To 1863, Artisans, African American blacksmiths
South Carolina Gazette
April 10, 1749
William Randall's Home on King Street
Charleston, South Carolina
1. Self-emancipated from William Randall
Per the South Carolina Gazette 3 July 1751, Randall was leaving the area and selling what he described as "several valuable negroes." The article included that Randall also owned a lot on King Street with a dwelling house and a kitchen house opposite Mr. John Owens.
RUN AWAY from William Randall, a short thick wench named Lucy, with a child in her arms, and big of another, had on a green gown, and lately belonged to mrs. Shepheard. Likewise a short well made fellow named Bury, a blacksmith by trade, and very much pock-fretten. Whoever delivers them to the said Randall in Charles-Town, shall have 5 1. reward for the wench and child, and the like sum for the fellow, besides all Charges.
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