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Crawford County Arkansas Slave Owners Part 3

Van Buren Township
Eli Bell – 4 slaves
Richard C. L. Brown – 3 slaves
Sarah Capp – 5 slaves
Green J. Clark 4 slaves
Sutton F. Cottrell – 3 slaves
Edward Cunningham – 11 slaves
Washington Duvall – 7 slaves
Easter Eppler – 4 slaves
Josiah Foster – 26 slaves
Robert Foster – 7 slaves
Charles Heard – 6 slaves
John Hines – 1 slave
Henry B. Howell – 2 slaves
Lucretia Mays – 5 slaves
Benjamin Moore – 32 slaves
Patsy Moore – 3 slaves
Jonathan D. McGee – 11 slaves
Jonathan D. McGee – 16 slaves
Elizabeth Pevehouse –10 slaves
George C. Rickett – 9 slaves
Edward A. Scott – 4 slaves
Edward Scott –1 slave
Alexander Steward – 8 slaves
John M. Story – 6 slaves
Isaiah Vanzant – 1 slave
John Winfrey – 4 slaves


City of Van Buren
Sarah m. Pryor – 7 slaves
William Walker – 1 slave
Remson Stevenson – 6 slaves
James M. Brown – 9 slaves
John Austin – 3 slaves
George Austin -3 slaves
Isaac B Austin – 4 slaves
William B. Heard – 2 slaves
Anne Lynne – 12 slaves
John Bostwick – 8 slaves
Augustus J. Ward – 2 slaves
Alfred Wallace – 15 slaves
John Henry – 6 slaves
George W. Knox – 10 slaves
Srah G. Knox – 7 slaves
John b. Ogden – 3 slaves
James A. Dibbrell – 3 slaves
Mary A. England – 1 slave
Christianna L. Watson – 1 slaves
Sophia Pierce – 6 slaves
Ephraim B. Bishop – 1 slave
Charles G. Scott – 16 slaves
John Drennen – 8 slaves
Phllip Pennywitt – 1 slaves
Jesse Turner – 4 slaves
Joseph J. Green – 1 slave
Samuel S. Harger - 4 slaves