Br. Mobberly purchases shoes for James, groom of St. Inigoes, July 2, 1816.

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Title

Br. Mobberly purchases shoes for James, groom of St. Inigoes, July 2, 1816.

Subject

Footwear; Slave labor; Slaves--United States--Social conditions; Master and Servant ; Jesuits-Missions.

Description

An account book from Newtown includes this transaction between Jesuit plantations in 1816. Br. Joseph Mobberly purchased from Newtown a pair of shoes for James, an enslaved man who was the groom of the stud horse kept at St. Inigoes.

Creator

Maryland Province Archives

Publisher

Georgetown Slavery Archive

Date

1816-07-02

Contributor

Elsa Barraza Mendoza, Adam Rothman

Rights

Maryland Province Jesuits

Relation

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Financial Records

Identifier

GSA212

Text Item Type Metadata

Text

1816 
Mobberly Joseph for St. Inigo’s
$- 239

March 12

To a second handed saddle

 7.50

 

To cash paid him in Bridle

1.12 ½

April 1st

To cash pfor a saddle for the use of St. Inigo’s farm

17.00

April 6..

To cash pin part of the stud horse

10.00

July 2d

To cash pd  for a pair of shoes for negro James groom of the Stud

2.00

July 17

To cash pJo Marshall for stud horse in full for his entire use in 1816

62. 37 ½

 

Total

100 00.0

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Citation

Maryland Province Archives , “Br. Mobberly purchases shoes for James, groom of St. Inigoes, July 2, 1816. ,” Georgetown Slavery Archive, accessed July 22, 2018, https://slaveryarchive.georgetown.edu/items/show/231.

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