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John and Mary (Curtis) Wilburn Family


I WILL sell to the highest bidder at the Court House door in Fulton, on TUESDAY the first day of January, 1856, and for cash inhand the following slaves belonging to the estate of JNO. WILBURN, deceased, (to-wit:)

Jasper 36 years old; David 34; Lucy 35, and her infant child 3 months old; Hannah 21; James 18; Asa 16; Agnes 13; Queen 10; Hager 8; Peggy 6; Mary 4; Matilda 2.

Said slaves will be sold for distribution by order of the County Court of Callaway county.

P. B. REED, Adm'r.

Dec. 8, [18]55

List of the Sale of Slavs belonging to the Estate of John Wilburn deceased
Sold by P. B. Reed Administrator of Said Estate on this the 1st day of January 1856.

Geo. W. Coonce          Jasper          36 years old    1030.00
Geo. W. Coonce          James           18 Do    Do     1130.00
Fountain Taylor         Asa             16 Do    Do      950.00
James Callison          Hannah          22 Do    Do      855.00
Robt Allen              Agnes           14 Do    Do      880.00
James W. Jameson        Queen           10 Do    Do      617.00
I. O. Hockaday          Hagar            9 Do    Do      511.00
Hranlin Boulware        Peggy            6 Do    Do      360.00
St Clair Wilburn        Mary             5 Do    Do      305.00
Mary Wilburn            Malinda          3 Do    Do      270.00
??? ???                 Lucy & Infant    39 Yrs & 11 Mos 833.00

Personally appeared before the undersigned P. B. Reed Admr Estate of John
Wilburn Dec' D. D. Ford and makes oath that the above is a full and correct
account of the sale of the Slavs belonging to said Estate.  Made on the first
day of Janr 1856.

Subscribed & known to before me         Daniel D Ford
this 1st day of Jan 1856
    P.B. Reed