Four-page deed of trust between Tilman Hocker and his son Jesse Hocker establishing Jesse Hocker as the trustee of the property of Tilman Hocker, including three slaves, on the occasion of the marriage of Tilman Hocker's daughter, Mary Settles, to Benjamin Settles, in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
Four-page bill of sale between John Smith and Richard Dallam regarding the slaves named Charles, Allman, Sall, and Rachel, who was to be emancipated according to an earlier deed of manumission, in the State of Kentucky.
Two-page bill of sale between Reuben Pain and William Buford regarding ten slaves named Old Ben, Little Ben, Joseph, Peter, Primus, David, Franney, Susanna, Siller, and Rachel in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
Four-page inventory of the estate of William Baker, including livestock, tools, house wares, and the slaves named Gloucester, Nelly, Hampton, Britt, Peter, Jude, and Rachel, in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
Two-page bill of sale between Edmund Payne and Rueben Payne regarding slaves named old Ben, little Ben, Joseph, Primus, David, Henry, Franny, Susanna, Siller, Rachel, Hannah, and Sarah, in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
Two-page accessions register listing the additional slave holdings of Thomas Abury, including slaves named Henry, Isaac, Lewis, John, Rachel, Milly, Minny, Henry, Charity, Charlette, Carolina, and James, in Harrison County, Kentucky.