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  • Tags: slave trade- North Carolina

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She was enslaved on a plantation near Asheville, North Carolina. Her husband was sold away from her more than 50 years earlier [ca. 1840]. In 1890 she found him living in Newport, Kentucky. (Their names are not given in the article. Additional…

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While enslaved, Jennings was taken from Shelby, North Carolina, to Attala County, Mississippi

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They married "according to slave laws" in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 60 years earlier [ca 1837]. They were separated by sale seven years later. Reunited and remarried in Oskaloosa, Iowa, in 1897.

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Hall was sold away from Guilford County, North Carolina, in 1839. Mother's name was Tempy Witty.
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