Slave Records from my research

I am extracting the slave records from my family research and sorting them by state and county.

A few notes about these records:
I've generally cleaned them out to only include names (e.g. whether they receive named slaves in will or not).
There are a few tax lists and other records indicating numbers of slaves only - they generally refer to slaves already named elsewhere and can help determine ages of known slaves.
I've left in auxiliary references that might include slave names, even though I didn't take them down in my notes.
The family names are not always all the same branch, I've noted where certain ones went to, and will be adding more migration info as I get the time.
The records of a county are not always in date order - the different sources make that difficult.
My comments about the records are in [brackets].
I haven't always cleaned up source name abbreviations, etc., but I think the abbreviations are obvious. Some sources start with the LDS film number.

I would of course be so very happy to hear from you if you identify a family line of yours in these records!

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9 Dec 2012