East New Market Tax Records

East New Market

Tax Records

1852-1864 Tax Record

Dorchester County Board of County Commissions
Assessment Record
Maryland State Archives C687-2
Election District 2

East New Market Corporation was listed separately in the 1852-1864 Dorchester County District 2 tax record.  I did not transcribe entries outside of the town limits for the 1852-1864 record.  This record shows the real estate and personal estate owned by East New Market residents as of 1852 and then shows the changes from 1852 though 1864.  The list also provides the names and ages of enslaved African Americans in East New Market.

Corporation of East New Market

William Abdell
1864 household furniture bed included $50
1 carriage $70 1 mare queen $40, 4 sheep $10

Jane Atkinson
1864 House & Lot in New Market from Mrs. Sarah Wilburn $200, improvements $400

Margaret A. Baker
1860 negro girl Maria Jane bought of E. Waggaman $200 

James A Bramble & Bro
1862 Goods, Wares, & Merchandise $2000
....reduced
1863 by overcharge on stock in trade $500

Jeremiah Bramble's heirs
small lot $50
1861 off

Mary Bramble
House & Lot $800, Blacksmith's Shop $200, Lot, Shop $100
Private Securities $50, 3 ounces Silver plate $3
5 beds of furniture $125, 1 sideboard $10, 1 sofa $5, 1 bureau $5, other furniture $8
1 four wheel carriage $150, 2 horses $80, 4 cows $40, 3 heads young cattle $15, 18 hogs $36
2 negro boys John & William under 12 years $150, 1 boy John 12 to 21 $250,
1 man Garrisane 21 to 45 $400, 4 girls Hester, Sarah, Amanda, & Henrietta $200
1 woman Anne from 21 to 40 $300
Real Estate from T.K. Smith $100
.....reduced
1862 by lot sold to Thos Helsby $100
by one negro boy John runaway $250
by Hester is dead $50
by Amanda sold to Clement Hubbard $50
by 2 horses $80, 3 cows $30, young cattle $15
by 18 hogs $36
1863 by lot sold to M.S. Fletcher $200

James A. Byus
1856 House & lot in East New Market known as the Tavern $800

Delia Christopher
1859 to house & lot & another lot in ENM
bought of John L. Willis $1400
.....reduced
1859 by house & lot sold to S. Sewell $1400

William Christopher  (in District 2 w/ ENM property)
Warwick Manor 143 acres $1704
Private securites $1100, gold watch $60, 14 ounces silver plate $14
3 beds & furniture $45, 1 bureau $6, other household furniture $5,
1 four wheel carriage $100, 1 horse $40, 1 yoke oxen $35, 2 cows $20, 1 heifer $5,
1 hogs $4, 1 negro woman Anne 21-40 $300
1854 real estate Warwick Manor 30 acres - $360
1 negro child $50
1859 land from James Gore 50 acres $2000
also a lot charged to K.M. Jacobs $100
.....reduced
1860 by a lot of land from Jacobs
1864 by a lot sold to M.S. Fletcher

Elizabeth Collins
3 beds & furniture $45, other household furniture $5, four wheel carriage $100
1 cow $10, negro girl Ann Maria 12-21 $200
.....reduced
1859 by property removed to Queen Annes County $000?

Mary L. Collins
House and Lot $600
2 beds & furniture $30, other household furniture $5
Lot of lands 16 acres - $200 (not in corporation)

Samuel E. Collins  (in District 2 w/ ENM property)
1859 lot of land from T. Andrews $100, improvements $200
1 horse $40
1860 parcel of land in East New Market from Henry W. Houston & wife $100
1862 bed & furniture $15
1863 landing on Cabbin Creek of W.R. Hulett $200, improvements $600, $200
1 carriage $50, household property $50, 2 cows $20, other cattle $20
1864 3 beds & furniture
.....reduced
1863 by lot in New Market to Dr. H.W. Houston $100
1864 by 1 cow sold off $10
by lot of other cattle $20

Leah Collison
Private Securities $250, 2 beds & furniture $30, 1 gig $15
.....reduced
1862 no property $295

James Davis
1864 house & lot in New Market of K.B. Fletcher

John Dean
2 Dwelling Houses on Secretary Street $900
Private Securities $65, 1 gold watch $20, 6 beds & furniture $90, 1 sideboard $10,
1 bureau $6, other household furniture $20, 3 four wheel carriages $180,
2 horses $80, 1 cow $10, 1 heifer $5, 3 hogs $6, 1 negro boy Thomas under 12 $75,
Man John 45-60 $160, woman Anne 21-40 $300
1854 tract apart of Warwick Manor containing 196 3/4 acres from William Hughlett $1180
1856 Tract of Land in East New Market $173
reduced
1859 by tract of land part of Warwick Manor charges in district page 45
196 3/4 acres $1180
1862 by man John sold to M. Milligan $160
by woman Anne $300
by watch $20

Peter Dodson (negro) of Baltimore
House & lot 7 acres $200

Mrs. E.S.M. Edmondson
1864 1 negro woman Jane Young $300
1 negro man John from Sal McBride $400

William V.M. Edmondson
House & Lot $1200
unimproved lot $10
Private Securities $3000, 1 gold watch $50, 60 ounces silver plate $60
5 beds & furniture $75, 2 side boards $40, 2 bureaus $16, 1 sofa $20
1 piano $200, other household furniture $40, 2 carriages & 1 surrey $300
2 horses $80, 3 cows $30, 4 heads young cattle $20, 2 hogs $4
negro boy Robert 4 yrs $75, boy Robert Henry 4 yrs $75, boy Isaiah 4 yrs $75
boy Levin 11 yrs $75, man Harrison 38 yrs $400, girl Leah Anne 6 yrs $50
girl Sarah Jane 7 yrs $50, woman Henrietta 26 yrs $300, Jane 28 yrs $300
woman Silva 65 yrs $100
1858 to private security $101
1859 to negro man Aaron $400
to judgment vs. T.J. Russell $314
to judgment vs. H. Jenkins $465
to judgment vs. S. McBride $1029
to judgment vs. S. & J. McBride $250
to judgment vs. Medford & Davis $322
17 3/4 acres land from C. Young & wife $150
1860 to negro girl named Dinah bill of sale from Joseph W. H. Wheatley $100
to a tract of land Nathan McCollister & wife 102 1/2 acres $350
to judgment vs. Thomas H. Gould & James Gould $644
to judgment vs. John W. McCollister, John Read, & John Harper $170
to judgment vs. William T. Manning $645
to judgment vs. Josiah Hooper $502
to judgment vs. James A. Waddle $588
1861 to mortgage 1 negro man Glasco, negro boy Tom, negro Levin $1675
mortgage bill of sale for negro boy Charles $250
1862 to negro boy John from Saml McBride $400
to negro boy Moses from Wm D.W. Rauley $400
to judgment vs. N. McCollister $145
to judgment vs. J.H. & J.P. Hooper $660
to judgment vs. Saml. McBride $291
1863 to judgment vs. L.T. Mears $222
......reduced
1863 by personal sold by Admin $935
1864 by 1 negro woman Sarah to Dr. Jacobs $50
by 1 negro woman Leah to Dr. Jacobs $50
by 1 boy Isaiah Johnson to Dr. Jacobs $75
by 1 man Harrison to Dr. Jacobs $400
by 1 boy Isaiah $75, 1 boy Robert Henry $75
by 1 man Aaron $400
by 1 unimproved ? to James Dean $200 [not sure where this is]
boy John from Sal McBride charge to Mrs. Edmondson $400
girl or woman Jane to Mrs. Edmondson $300
1864 by amount of judgment Levin T. Mears $222

Fletcher & Bramble
1857 Stock of trade $2000
1861 judgment $277
reduced
1862 stock in trade to M.S. Fletcher $2000
private securities $277

Kelby B. Fletcher
1856 House & lot in town New Market $1300
1858 add for household furniture $100, 1 cow $10
1864 to 1 horse $40, 1 four wheel carriage $20, 6 head hogs $18
to Mills & Mill seat at Cabbin Creek from James Davis & wife $2500
reduced
1858 abatement on House & lot $700
1864 by House & lot in New Market to J. Davis $1300

Major S. Fletcher
Store house & lot $700
Private Securities $400, 1 silver watch $10, goods, wares, & merchandise $1500
1858 to personal $300
1862 to stock in trade $2000, to private security $277
1863 to lot in New Market of M. Bramble $200
1864 to tract land from Rev. James B. Maddux & wife
called Epping Forest, Rawleigh Conclusion $2214
to 1 lot in New Market of Wm Christopher & wife $1110
reduced
1857 by goods, wares, & merchandise $1500
1862 by lot sold to A.L. Manning $50 [small sliver of southwest corner of lot]

John C. Fraley
3 beds & furniture $45, other household furniture $5, 1 cow $10, 4 hogs $8
.....reduced
1863 returned insolvent $68

James Gore
1858 House & Lot 50 acres in New Market of K.M. Jacobs $2000
.....reduced
1859 by land sold to Wm Christopher $2000

John F. Harper, executor of Nancy Harper
1858 assets in hand per register return $772
.....reduced
1859 by estate closed by register return $772

William E. Harrison
house & lot, storehouse $600, unimproved lot $100

Thomas Helsby
House & Lot, Store House $800, unimproved lot 5 acres $125
Private securities $75, 3 beds & furniture $45, 1 sideboard $5, 1 bureau $6
other household furniture $10, 6 cows $60, 6 head young cattle $30
4 hogs $8, negro man Jim 21-45 $400
1862 Lot in New Market from Mary Bramble $200
.....reduced
1864 by abatement on house & lot in New Market $600

Eliza Hicks
part of tract of land New Market 166 acres $1992
private securities $133, 10 ounces silver plate $10, 5 beds & furniture $75
1 bureau $6, other household furniture $10, 1 four wheel carriage $100, 1 horse $40,
1 yoke oxen $35, 1 cow $10, 5 head young cattle $25, 1 sheep $1.50, 11 hogs $22
.....reduced
14 1/2 acres of New Market $234
15 acres of New Market $180
1/2 acre of New Market $6

Thomas J. Hicks
New Market 233 acres $2796
Private securities $2066, 1 gold watch $50, 1 bed & furniture $15, 2 horses $80
1 yoke oxen $35, 3 cows $30, 5 head young cattle $25, 16 sheep $24
negro woman Sarah 40-60 yrs $100
1861 3 cows $30, 5 head young cattle $25
1862 distribution share of personal estate of Samuel Sewell $665
.....reduced
1861 private securities $1600
by negro woman Sarah over sixty years $100
1863 by personal estate S. Sewell's estate $665
by 1 acre of land part of N. Market

Dr. John E. Hooper
1 gold watch $50, private securities $50, 5 ounces of silver plate $5
3 beds & furniture $45, other household furniture $10, 1 four wheel carriage $50
2 horses $80, 2 yoke oxen $70, 1 cow $10, 5 hogs $10, negro boy Bill 12 yrs $75
Man Tom 21-45 $400, 2 girls Olivia & Amanda under 12 years $100
Girl Elizabeth 12-21 $200, Woman Emily 21-40 $300, Delia 40-60 $100
1854 House & lot from Mary Ann Travers $800
1861 cow and sow bought of Jacob Johnson $19
1862 1 negro girl under 12 yrs $50
1863 lot of land in ENM from Eliza H. Hicks & others $18
1864 1 girl child Fanny $50
private securities $100
land called Carthagenia 32 1/4 acres $362 [west of town]
LeCompte's Ramble 196 1/2 acres $1226 [west of town]
.....reduced
by boy Bill, dead age 12 years $75
by 1 man Tom gone in the Army $400
by 2 yoke steer $70

Joseph Hooper
1858 Real Estate of A.M. Hooper $50
3 beds $45, 1 bureau $10, other household goods $10
1 gold watch $15, 1 cow $10
.....reduced
1862 No property found $90

Josiah Hooper
1860 farm or tract of land of James A. Stewart 130 acres $650
1863 35 acres Indian Purchase from H. Norman's estate $210 [west of town]
2 horses $80, 1 carriage $20, 1 yoke oxen $35
2 cows $20, 5 hogs $10, household goods $50
.....reduced
1862 by tract of land sold to J.A. Stewart $650

Oliver P. Hooper
House & Lot 2 3/8 acres $600
5 beds & furniture $75, 1 bureau $6, other household furniture $10, 1 cow $10, 1 hog $2
.....reduced
1858 House & Lot in New Market sold to K.B. Fletcher $600
personal estate removed $103

William Hooper
house & lot $600
private securities $70, silver watch $12, 1 bed & furniture $15, 1 bureau $6
other household furniture $5
1863 land from Tucker & Smith $400

William Hopkins min W.V.M. Edmondson
1855 assets in hand per register return $343
reduced
1861 by personal diminished $343

Dr. Henry W. Houston
house & lot 1 1/2 acres $1500
Private Securities $500, 1 silver watch $20, 1 gold watch $30
19 ounces silver plate $19, 7 beds & furniture $105, 1 sofa $20, 2 bureaus $10
1 piano $200, other household furniture $30, 2 four wheel carriages & surrey $200
3 horses $120, 3 cows $30, 3 hogs $6, boy James 12-21 $250,
2 girls Mary Anne & Lucretia under 12 $100, woman Hannah 12-21 $200
woman Harriet 40-60 $100
1860 a tract of land being a part Choptank Indian Lands called Lot number 7 from William C. Huffington & wife, Hooper C. Hicks & wife $3451.50 [west of town]
1861 judgment as per clerk return $132
1863 judgment vs. Louisa LeCompte $208
1864 judgment vs. Joseph Henry Hooper $164.20
judgment vs. Joseph Henry Hooper, admin Eliza S. Hooper $328.20
reduced
1864 by 1 woman Hannah sold $200
by 1 woman Lucretia sold $100
1861 credit by tract of land charged out the corporation $3451.50
1862 by judgment off $132

Leah S. Howard
House & Lot, Storehouse $600
15 ounces silver plate $15, 1 silver watch $5, 1 large brass clock $20
3 beds & furniture $45, 1 bureau $6, other household furniture $10,
1 four wheel carriage $100, 1 horse $40, 1 cow $10, 2 hogs $4, Negro boy Henry $75,
Man Joe 21-45 $400
......reduced
1855 House & Lot, Storehouse by personal distribution $600

William C. Huffington
House & Lot $400
.....reduced
1860 House & Lot in East New Market $400

Charles Hughes
house & lot 5 1/2 acres $150

Emma V. Jacobs
1860 Lot in East New Market $400
1863 house & lot from John Webster $400 

James T. Jacobs, executor of Wm V.M. Edmondson
1863 to assets $3707
1864 to judgment vs. Henry Willoughby & Hester Ann Willoughby, his wife $152.30
to judgment vs. Robert W. Price & others $428.67
to 2 judgments vs. Sal McBride $541.83
to judgment vs. Thomas McBride $275.29
to 4 judgments vs. Wm. D.M. Rawlings $2301.45
to judgment vs. Harriet Jenkins $465.96
to judgment vs. Sal McBride & others $559.11
1864 judgment vs. John Dean $463.93
assets in hand per register return $5187
private security $30,117

Kendal M. Jacobs
House & Lot 50 acres $2000
Private Securities $1843, 12 ounces silver plate $12, 5 beds & furniture $75
1 sideboard $15, 1 bureau $6, 1 sofa $10, 1 piano $200,
other household furniture $50, 2 four wheel carriages $200, 2 horses $80
2 yoke oxen $70, 1 ox $17.50, 3 cows $30, 4 head young cattle $20, 8 hogs $16
negro boy George under 12 yrs $75, man Bob 21-45 $400, girl Susan under 12 $50
girl Dina 12-21 $200, woman Henny 21-40 $300
1855 unimproved lot in New Market $100
.....reduced
1853 by negro woman Sina sold $200
by private securities $1043
1856 by securities $600, 1 four wheel carriage $125
1858 by balance of personal estate & negroes removed $1701.50
by house & lot 50 acres in East New Market to James Gore $2000
1859 by unimproved lot charged to W. Christopher $100

Eliza A. Johnson
1861 3 beds & bedding $45, other household furniture $15,
farming utensils $14, 1 four wheel carriage & harness $35,
2 horses $80, 1 yoke of oxen $35, 1 cow & calf $14, 6 hogs $18

John B. Leckie
House & lot $500
6 beds & furniture $90, 2 bureaus $10, other household furniture $5
1854 House & Lot from Mary Ann Travers
.....reduced
1858 by House & Lot charged to J.B. Leckie & Son $400
1862 by House & Lot charged to J.Q. Leckie $500
by personal property $105

John B. Leckie & Son
Private Securities $200, Goods Wares, & Merchandise $1500
1856 Dawsons Discovery $400
Triangular Lot in East New Market $725
.....reduced
1858 overcharge by $725 on Dawson's Discovery +
house & Lot in New Market $725
1862 by private security goods & merchandise
charged to J.Q. Leckie $1700
house & lot from Mary A. Travers $400

John Q. Leckie
1862 House & Lot in ENM $500
House & Lot from Mary A. Travers $400
House & Lot from J.L. Willis $500
Goods, Wares, & Merchandise $1500
Private Securities & personal property $305
1864 tract of land from Dr. J.H. Thomas admin of Algernon Thomas 4 1/2 acres $207
.....reduced
1862 by lot sold to A.L. Manning

Louisa LeCompte, A. Percy admin.
1853 House & Lot in East New Market containing 12 acres $400
1859 3 ounces silver $3, 3 beds & furniture $45, 1 bureau $10, other furniture $5,
1 carriage $75, 1 cow $10
3 men, David, Henry, & Leven $1200, 1 woman Hannah worthless
.....reduced
1862 by 1 carriage $75
1864 by 1 negro man David gone in Army $400
by 1 negro Henry gone in Army $400
by 1 woman Hannah no value
by amount of personal (negro escaped) all sold $148
Algernon Piercy, admin of Louisa LeCompte
1864 Assets in hand as on register return $375

Sarah E. Mackey
1/3 of a negro man Charles 21-45 $133.33, 1/3 of man Abe 21-45 $133.33
1/3 of man Daniel from 45-60 $53.33
.....reduced
1859 by negroes charged to Dr. A.L. Manning

Anna Manning, Wm Gootee admin
2 beds & furniture $30, 1 sideboard $10, other household furniture $10, piano $200,
2 horses $80, 1 four wheel carriage $100, negro boy Charles under 12 yrs $75,
man Aaron 21-45 $400, woman Hannah 12-21 $200, boy Zachariah under 12 yrs $75
1858 Assets in hand per register return $137
1861 Assets in hand per register return $312
.....reduced
by amount of negroes charged to Anna & Rosaline Manning $1750
1851 by personal sold by administrator $430
1852 by estate cleared

Anna & Rosaline Manning (Anna Manning guardian)
negro boy Charles under 12 yrs $75, man Aaron 21-45 $400, woman Hannah 12-21 $200
boy Zachariah under 12 yrs $75
1858 assets in hand per register return $275
.....reduced
1859 by negroes charged to children George & Rosaline $750
assets struck off $275

Dr. Anthony L. Manning
House & Lot 2 acres $1500
1859 1/3 of negroes Charles, Abe, & Daniel from S.E. Mackey $20
1862 Lot in New Market from J.Q. Leckie
Lot from M.S. Fletcher improvements on 2 lots $1050 [small sliver of southwest corner of lot]
judgement vs. George Staplefort per clerks return $365

Eugenia Manning
House & Lot $600

George W. Manning
1855 negro man Aaron age 28 yrs $400, Charles age 19 yrs $400
1860 assets in hands as per register return $112.79
1864 1 negro man Charles $400
.....reduced
1862 assets disbursed $112.79
1864 by 1 man Aaron in the Army $400

Rosaline Manning (W.V.M. Edmondson, guardian)
1859 woman Hannah $300, 1 child $75
1860 assets in hand as per register return $107.98
.....reduced
1862 assets disbursed $107.98

Cassady McCollister
2 beds & furniture $30, other household furniture $5, 2 horses $80, 1 cow $10
1 hiefer $5, 3 hogs $6
reduced
1859 by property struck off

Edwin E. Medford
5 beds & furniture $75, 1 gold watch $30, 1 sideboard $10, 1 bureau $5,
other household furniture $20, 1 carriage $50, 2 cows $20, 1 heifer $5, 4 hogs $8,
goods, wares, & merchandise $1500,
2 negro boys George & John under 12 yrs $150,
girl Caroline 12-21 $200, woman Eliza 21-40 $300
1853 personal disposed of $2373

Nimrod Newton
House & Lot $200
1859 4 beds & furniture $60, other household furniture $5
1860 improvements on shop $150

Elizabeth Rawlings
House & Lot $200
2 beds & furniture $30, other household furniture $5

James W. Rawlings
3 beds & furniture $45, other household furniture $5, 1 cow $10
1857 1 small house & lot from David Pinkins $100
stock & trade $500
.....reduced
1858 statement for stock in trade $350
1859 account struck off $310

Daniel Robinson
Private securities $100, 3 beds & furniture $45, other household furniture $10
Goods, Wares, and Merchandise $400
1857 Store House & Lot in New Market $400
.....reduced
1862 by personal property removed $555
1863 by house & lot to Tucker & Smith $400

Samuel Sewell
House & Lot, his residence & Lot & Shop opposite $1000
private securities $2280, 1 silver watch $10, 12 ounces silver plate $12
5 beds & furniture $75, 2 bureaus $12, other household furniture $20
1 four wheel carriage $40, 1 horse $40, 3 cows $30, 2 hogs $4
negro boy Dan 12-21 $250, girl Milly 12-21 $200, woman Sarah 40-60 $100
1859 house & lot & one other lot in New Market of D. Christopher
1860 private securities $5002
to assets per register return $450
.....reduced
1854 by negro boy Tom 12-21 yrs old $250
1861 by private securities $2280
by furniture, horse, carriage, plate, hogs, & watch $243
1862 by negroes free $300
by private securities disbursed $5002
by assets disbursed $450

James T. Smith
private securities $350, 1 four wheel carriage $100
1857 stock in trade $1000
1861 judgment as per clerk return $238
1862 judgment vs. Ambrose Wilson per clerk return $137
.....reduced
1858 abatement on stock in trade $500

Thomas K. Smith
unimproved lot $100
5 ounces silver plate $5, 2 beds & furniture $30, 1 sideboard $10
other household furniture $5, private securities $50
1/3 of negro man Charles 21-45 $133.33, 1/3 of man Abe 21-45 $133.33
1/3 of man Daniel 45-60 $53.33
.....reduced
1855 by unimproved lot $100
by personal disposed off $215

Jeffrey Stanley, negro
House & Lot 16 acres $500
1 bed & furniture $10, other household furniture $5, 2 horses $80, 2 cows $20
1 heifer $5, 4 hogs $8

George L. Stephens
1862 personal property $250
stock $250
1864 tract from the Will if John D. Stevens to George L. Stevens children 230 acres
after deducting 100 acres for John M. Steven's children $2300
2 acres from Edward Weeks? & wife
land from Mary Bramble
land from Mary Sampson & husband

Mary Ann Traver's Heirs
House & Lot $800, House & Lot - the "Olde Shanty" and Stand $800
House & Lot $400, Store House and Small shop $400
.....reduced
1854 House & Lot charged to Dr. John E. Hooper $800
House & Lot charged to Wm C. Huffington $400
House & Lot charged to John B. Leckie $400
House & Lot charged to Francis Byus $800

Tucker & Smith of Baltimore
1863 House & Lot in New Market from D. Robinson $400
.....reduced
1863 by land sold to W. Hooper

Rachel Webster
House & Lot $100, Store House and Lot $300
.....reduced
1863 by house & lot to E.V. Jacobs $400

Sarah Wilburn
House & Shop $200
.....reduced
1864 by house & shop in New Market sold to John Atkinson
now charged to Jane Atkinson $200

Charles T. Willis
House & Lot 4 acres $600
Private securities $50, 1 silver watch $10, 2 beds & furniture $30
other household furniture $5, 2 hogs $4
1862 Goods, Wares, & Merchandise $1000
.....reduced
1864 by goods wares, & merchandise $1000

John L. Willis
House & Lot $1000
Private securities $1400, 1 gold watch $50, 5 ounces silver plate $5
5 beds & furniture $75, 1 bureau $8, 1 sofa $20, other household furniture $20
1 four wheel carriage $100, 1 horse $40, 2 cows $20, 3 hogs $6,
negro boy Curtis under 12 yrs $75, girl Emily under 12 yrs $50
1853 lot of land from Mary Brown (Bramble) $400
1859 Store House in New Market $500
.....reduced
1853 by private securities $839
1859 by personal property removed to Caroline County
by house & 2 lots sold to D. Christopher
1862 by house & lot sold to J.Q. Leckie

John L. Willis & Co.
Goods, Wares, Merchandise $1000
.....reduced
1859 stock of goods sold out $1000

Clement Young (negro)  (in district 2 depot area)
house & lot 17 acres
1 horse $40, 1 hog $2
.....reduced
1859 by 17 3/4 acres land sold to W.V.M. Edmondson

[To research/link = unimproved from Edmondson to Dean, E.Hicks acreage, Emma Jacobs lot, Joseph Hooper lot, Rawlings small house & lot from Pinkins, George L. Stephens, John L. Willis House & Lot]