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1850 Crawford County Slave Owners (Continued)

Lafayette Township
John C. Autray – 2 slaves
Joab Bean – 6 slaves
Robert Bell – 2 slaves
George W. Dailey – 2 slaves
William J. Meadors – 2 slaves
William Russell – 4 slaves
William Steward –1 slave
Mark H. Wagoner – 3 slaves
Susan Wagoner – 6 slaves
William Wagoner – 12 slaves

Richland Township
Joel Dyer –1 slave
William Edwards – 12 slaves
James Heard –1 slave
Peter Kukendall – 1 slave
Danel Phillips – 2 slaves
Reuben P. Pryor – 6 slaves
James Ratliff – 2 slaves
Betsey A. Rector – 6 slaves
Rachel Ross – 7 slaves
John R. Strawn – 1 slave
Louise Wright – 1 slave


Mountain Township
Solomon Basham – 1 slave
Andrew Couch – 10 slaves
George L. Dyer – 1 slave
Henry Edwards – 3 slaves
Thomas Graham – 2 slaves
John Maxey – 3 slaves


Jasper Township
James Armstrong – 3 slaves
Whitfield Bourn –5 slaves
Elijah Chapman –1 slave
Benjamin Hartgrave –7 slaves
Samuel Holly – 1 slave
Francis Museoll (?) –1 slave
Eliza McClellan – 6 slaves
Thompson Ratliffe – 1 slave
Joseph Roberts – 1 slave
Benjamin E. Sneed –1 slave
Stephen Talkington –2 slaves
Mary Walters – 2 slaves


Lees Creek
Joen E. Barker – 11
William Black –6 slaves
Hiram Brodie –1 slave
Joseph Bryant – 5 slaves
Ezekiel Burleson – 3 slaves
James F. Dorr –1 slave
Atlamissa Evans – 6 slaves
Nestor Fort – 1 slave
Margaret Foster – 4 slaves
Robert Harris – 3 slaves
John Hartgraves –6 slaves
Andrew Morton –1 slave
Thomas Parker –12 slaves
William H. Phillips –1 slave
David Price –5 slaves
Smauel E. Pride – 3 slaves
Jefferson Shannon – 5 slaves
Jeremiah Shannon –1 slave
Nancy Shannon – 12 slaves
Parker F. Stone – 3 slaves