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Sylvester Judson vs. Isabel, his slave
Series VII: Legal Documents, 1709-1858, and undated
Subseries 2. Depositions, 1746-1839
Hedden, JosiahJudson, SylvesterIsabelHopson, JamesWarner, H. W. (Henry Whiting), 1787-1875
New-York Historical Society
Two-page complaint by Sylvester Judson of New York City that his female slave, Isabel, had run away. States that J. [Judge] Warner [probably Henry Whiting Warner] and J. [Judge] Hopson [probably James Hopson] determined that Isabell remain in Judson's service until the age of 25. Recorded by J. Hedden [probably Josiah Hedden].
Slavery--New York (State)--New YorkFugitive slaves--New York
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