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Re: Frederick E. Nichols, Va. and Kentucky
Posted by: Sandra VanOrman (ID *****0607) Date: July 22, 2010 at 13:54:24
In Reply to: Re: Frederick E. Nichols, Va. and Kentucky by Pat Duncan of 1800

Thank you for this information. I'm assuming Frederick E. Nichol's father may have also been a Frederick, but I don't know which one he would be on the tax list.

When Fredrick E. Nichols died in 1821 in Fayette co. Kentucky he owned 10 slaves. In his will he gave them to one of his children. I didn't see any of the slave names on the tax list that may have belonged to his father.

Anyway, thanks again for your interest and input.

Sandra VanOrman


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