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iv. Rachel, born after 1794, head of a Gates County, North Carolina household of 1 "free colored" in 1820 [NC:161].

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i. Nanny, born say 1743, a taxable "free negro" in Norfolk County on the north side of Tanners Creek in Elizabeth Grant's household in 1765 and taxable in her own household in 1768 [Wingo, , 209; 1766-80, 49].

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iv. Pheba, born say 1790, head of a Halifax County, North Carolina household of 3
vi. Willie, born say 1786, taxable in Greensville County from 1803 to 1814: his tax charged to Britton Jones from 1803 to 1805, listed as a "Mulatto" in 1814 [Personal Property Tax List 1782-1850, frames 304, 322, 337, 354, 382, 402, 416, 463]. He was head of a Caswell County, North Carolina household of 10 "free colored" in 1820 [NC:67].

 

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v. Benjamin, head of a Hertford County, North Carolina household of 5
x. ?Nathaniel, born before 1776, taxable in Greensville from 1796 to 1806: his tax charged to Jesse Jones in 1800 [Personal Property Tax List 1782-1850, frames 203, 245, 260, 275, 337, 354]. He was head of a Caswell County, North Carolina household of 6 "other free" in 1810 and 9 "free colored" in 1820 [NC:66].

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11. Tempy Jones, born say 1765, was probably the mother of Willie, Sterling, and Montfort Jones, "base born children" who were bound by the Halifax County, North Carolina court to Ephraim Knight on 25 August 1797 [Minutes 1796-8, Friday]. She died before 25 March 1814 when her son Mumford Jones received a certificate of freedom in Halifax County: . [Randolph County, Illinois, Servitude and Emancipation Register, vol. 1, 120]. She was the mother of


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ix. ?Surrel/ Cyril, born say 1772, taxable in Greensville County on the south side of the Meherrin River from 1789 to 1812: called Surrell Jones Jeffries when he was taxable in Simon Jeffries' household in 1789 [Personal Property Tax List 1782-1850, frames 84, 138, 162, 179, 189, 203, 219, 232, 245, 275, 354, 372, 402, 416, 433]. He was head of an Orange County, North Carolina household of 5 "free colored" in 1820 [NC:410].

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1. Milly Keys, born say 1765, was head of a Beaufort County, North Carolina household of 4 "other free" in 1790 [NC:126] and 6 "free colored" in 1820 [NC:23]. She may have been the mother of

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ii. William, head of a Halifax County, North Carolina household of 5 "other free" in 1810 [NC:31], 2 "free colored" in Halifax in 1830, and 2 in Ripley Township, Indiana, in 1840.

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4. Joseph1 Kelly, was head of a Craven County, North Carolina household of 2 "other free" in 1790 [NC:130]. He may have been the father of

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