Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History & Culture Enduring Connections: Exploring Delmarva's Black History

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Record #80 from Apprenticeships from the Somerset County Register of Wills (Indentures), 1864-1867

County Somerset
PDF page 72
Page # in Liber JJD No. 6 40
Justice of the Peace Samuel L Tull
Child (Apprentice) Leah I Adams
Child of Leah Adams
Raised by Sampson Adams
Awarded one cent
White person to whom apprenticed (master) Sampson Adams
Date of Apprenticeship Paper 11 Nov 1864
Age 14
Date of Attaining Said Age 15 Jul 1864
Age to Serve Until 18
Trade to Learn house work
Receive at the end of the Apprenticeship 1 suit & $10
Date of Final Papers 21 Apr 1865
Transcriber Notes master selected by child & parent

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