Birth certificate of James, born June 19, 1802, to 'Marianne, the wife of York' belonging to New York City surgeon William Hurst. Document cosigned by attorney Timothy Hurst. James was baptised August 1, 1802, by the Right Reverend Bishop Moore.
Four-page affidavit of Benjamin Daley regarding the travel to Kentucky from Maryland and the ownership of the slaves Hezekiah, Killy, Westly, Reuben, Charlotte, Alexander, and James, in Harrison County, Kentucky.
Bill of sale for twelve slaves named Nat [Natt], Jone [Joan], Phillis, Charles, Stepney, Beck, Judy, James, Nina, Basheba, and Primus, purchased by John Joyce [of Kingston, Jamaica] from John [Juan] Linder.
One-page extract from deed of manumission dated August 1, 1791, by Robert Carter of Nomini Hall, Virginia, "recorded in the Northumberland District Court," emancipating his slave James, a bricklayer. Copied and signed by Thomas Edwards.
Ship manifest of "negroes, mulattoes, and persons of color taken on" the Steamer Mount Vernon from the port of Alexandria [Virginia]. Includes names of shipper James H. Simpson and collector Edward Green. Lists 12 slaves.
Eight-page inventory of the estate of David Brown, including furniture, livestock, and the slaves Sarah, James, Jack, Willis, Charles, Hester, Charlotte, Matilda, Emily, Maria, and Jim, in Jefferson County, Kentucky.
Bill of sale for "one negro man named James" purchased by John Joyce of Kingston, Jamaica, from Michell & Daggers. Additional note at bottom signed by Joyce indicates that the "above James runaway" [probably shortly after purchase].
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.