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[Deed of manumission by Frederick De Peyster]
Series VII: Legal Documents, 1709-1858, and undated
Subseries 5. Deeds of manumission, 1782, 1792, 1812
De Peyster, Frederic, 1796-1882
Fine, Henry M.
Clinton, DeWitt, 1769-1828
Nitchie, John, 1783-1838
New-York Historical Society
Two-page deed of manumission by Frederick De Peyster, acting as executor for the deceased Samuel Hake of New York City, emancipating slave Phoebe Jackson. Signed by witnesses J. [John] Nitchie and Henry M. Fine, and made official by DeWitt Clinton.
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