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GTM119b40f09i06a-h.pdf
This mortgage for 64 persons between Jesse Batey and Thomas Mulledy was one of the financial instruments used in the Jesuits' sale of 272 persons in 1838. Batey and Mulledy registered this certificate after these 64 persons were transported from…

GTM119b40f09i14a-f.pdf
This mortgage for 84 persons between Henry Johnson and Thomas Mulledy was one of the financial instruments used in the Jesuits' sale of 272 persons in 1838. Johnson and Mulledy registered this certificate after these 84 persons were transported from…

GTM119b40f09i09a-g.pdf
This certificate of mortgage for 56 persons between Henry Johnson and Thomas Mulledy was one of the financial instruments used in the Jesuits' sale of 272 persons in 1838. Johnson and Mulledy registered this certificate after these 56 persons were…

Maryl.-1007-II_0197.jpg
In a letter to the Father General, Vespre explains the rental and management of the former plantation lands. He suggests ways for streamlining their oversight. He also expresses doubt that the Jesuits will ever receive the full proceeds from the…

MPAADD-Box1Ldg191a.pdf
This annotation made by Joseph Zwinge, S.J. registers the final payment received by the Jesuits of Maryland for the sale of 272 persons in 1838. J.R. Thompson paid $11,918.64 plus a 6% interest and a premium for late payment that amounted to $908.90.…

MPAB67f71842.pdf
Four years after the sale of 1838, Fr. Grivel reports to Fr. Lancaster about his recent visit to the White Marsh. During his stay at the plantation, Grivel spoke with Isaac Hawkins, an enslaved man who had been listed as part of the 1838 sale, but…

MPAAD6806251838.pdf
These entries from June 25, 1838 document the transportation costs of an undetermined number of enslaved persons sold from White Marsh and St. Inigoes plantations.

In sum, the Jesuits spent $21 in transporting a group from White Marsh and $123.06…

MPAADD0761838.pdf
This entry from the Maryland Province Cashbook records the receipt of $23,214 as part of the proceeds from the mass sale of enslaved persons to Henry Johnson in June 1838.

That same day, the Jesuit procurator also registered the proceeds from the…

ClarkeQueenrcptnv181838.pdf
This receipt from November 10, 1838 records a payment by Rev. Thomas F. Mulledy of fifteen and a half dollars for "supper, lodging & breakfast, horses, and servants."

From the date of the transaction, it is likely that the exchange is related to…

MPAA69rcipt.PDF
This receipt from November 12, 1838 records a payment by Rev. Thomas F. Mulledy of $57.50 to Capt. John Gibson for transporting an unspecified number of persons. It includes fees to a Dr. James Roach.
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