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Lincoln Slave Owners Isaac and Mary Lincoln In 1797, Isaac Lincoln was one of four wealthy families in Carter County, Tennessee. He owned 4 slaves of taxable age. 4 Isaac Lincoln owned 820 acres in 1797. Lincoln paid taxes of $4.15 on 820 acres of land, 1 white poll, 4 black polls, 1 stud horse, and 4 slaves. That was the fourth highest tax paid that year to the county.

Later, in 1816, Mary Lincoln, widow of Isaac, sold a family of three slaves to Godfrey Carriger, Sr., for the sum of $900. The family of three were; Violet, a mulatto, 23; Nathaniel, 3, and Jessee, 1.

Mordecai and Sophia G. Lincoln Greeneville, Tennessee, in Greene County, had become a town of some 600 or 700 people by 1819. Among the prosperous merchants were Andrew Johnson, Mordecai Lincoln and Blackstone McDaniel.

Lincoln was a tanner and owned a shoe and saddler's shop.

He was a relative of President Abraham Lincoln and is said to have been very much like him in character and personal appearance.

On August 4, 1851, Greene County, Tennessee records the Estate of Mordecai Lincoln and listed his slave property as "1 girl named Rosan 40 years old, 1 boy Elbert 21 years old, 1 boy Hugh Douglas 19 years old." Mordecai's will provided that Sophia, his wife, would get his estate less slaves he willed to Mary S. Lincoln, their daughter. They were, "1 Negro girl named Martha, aged about 15 years, 1 Negro girl named Tilda aged about 11 years, 1 Negro boy named Sam about 4 years and 1 Negro boy named George aged about 1 year." Mary was 37 years of age.

Inventory records and will of Mordecai Lincoln obtained from Greene County, Tennessee.

Lincoln Slave Owners Isaac and Mary Lincoln In 1797, Isaac Lincoln was one of four wealthy families in Carter County, Tennessee. He owned 4 slaves of taxable age. 4 Isaac Lincoln owned 820 acres in 1797. Lincoln paid taxes of $4.15 on 820 acres of land, 1 white poll, 4 black polls, 1 stud horse, and 4 slaves. That was the fourth highest tax paid that year to the county.

Later, in 1816, Mary Lincoln, widow of Isaac, sold a family of three slaves to Godfrey Carriger, Sr., for the sum of $900. The family of three were; Violet, a mulatto, 23; Nathaniel, 3, and Jessee, 1.

Mordecai and Sophia G. Lincoln Greeneville, Tennessee, in Greene County, had become a town of some 600 or 700 people by 1819. Among the prosperous merchants were Andrew Johnson, Mordecai Lincoln and Blackstone McDaniel.

Lincoln was a tanner and owned a shoe and saddler's shop. He was a relative of President Abraham Lincoln and is said to have been very much like him in character and personal appearance.

On August 4, 1851, Greene County, Tennessee records the Estate of Mordecai Lincoln and listed his slave property as "1 girl named Rosan 40 years old, 1 boy Elbert 21 years old, 1 boy Hugh Douglas 19 years old." Mordecai's will provided that Sophia, his wife, would get his estate less slaves he willed to Mary S. Lincoln, their daughter. They were, "1 Negro girl named Martha, aged about 15 years, 1 Negro girl named Tilda aged about 11 years, 1 Negro boy named Sam about 4 years and 1 Negro boy named George aged about 1 year." Mary was 37 years of age.

Inventory records and will of Mordecai Lincoln obtained from Greene County, Tennessee.

Lincoln Slave Owners Isaac and Mary Lincoln In 1797, Isaac Lincoln was one of four wealthy families in Carter County, Tennessee. He owned 4 slaves of taxable age. 4 Isaac Lincoln owned 820 acres in 1797. Lincoln paid taxes of $4.15 on 820 acres of land, 1 white poll, 4 black polls, 1 stud horse, and 4 slaves. That was the fourth highest tax paid that year to the county.

Later, in 1816, Mary Lincoln, widow of Isaac, sold a family of three slaves to Godfrey Carriger, Sr., for the sum of $900. The family of three were; Violet, a mulatto, 23; Nathaniel, 3, and Jessee, 1.

Mordecai and Sophia G. Lincoln Greeneville, Tennessee, in Greene County, had become a town of some 600 or 700 people by 1819. Among the prosperous merchants were Andrew Johnson, Mordecai Lincoln and Blackstone McDaniel.

Lincoln was a tanner and owned a shoe and saddler's shop. He was a relative of President Abraham Lincoln and is said to have been very much like him in character and personal appearance.

On August 4, 1851, Greene County, Tennessee records the Estate of Mordecai Lincoln and listed his slave property as "1 girl named Rosan 40 years old, 1 boy Elbert 21 years old, 1 boy Hugh Douglas 19 years old." Mordecai's will provided that Sophia, his wife, would get his estate less slaves he willed to Mary S. Lincoln, their daughter. They were, "1 Negro girl named Martha, aged about 15 years, 1 Negro girl named Tilda aged about 11 years, 1 Negro boy named Sam about 4 years and 1 Negro boy named George aged about 1 year." Mary was 37 years of age.

Inventory records and will of Mordecai Lincoln obtained from Greene County, Tennessee.

Lincoln Slave Owners Isaac and Mary Lincoln In 1797, Isaac Lincoln was one of four wealthy families in Carter County, Tennessee. He owned 4 slaves of taxable age. 4 Isaac Lincoln owned 820 acres in 1797. Lincoln paid taxes of $4.15 on 820 acres of land, 1 white poll, 4 black polls, 1 stud horse, and 4 slaves. That was the fourth highest tax paid that year to the county.

Later, in 1816, Mary Lincoln, widow of Isaac, sold a family of three slaves to Godfrey Carriger, Sr., for the sum of $900. The family of three were; Violet, a mulatto, 23; Nathaniel, 3, and Jessee, 1.

Mordecai and Sophia G. Lincoln Greeneville, Tennessee, in Greene County, had become a town of some 600 or 700 people by 1819. Among the prosperous merchants were Andrew Johnson, Mordecai Lincoln and Blackstone McDaniel.

Lincoln was a tanner and owned a shoe and saddler's shop. He was a relative of President Abraham Lincoln and is said to have been very much like him in character and personal appearance.

On August 4, 1851, Greene County, Tennessee records the Estate of Mordecai Lincoln and listed his slave property as "1 girl named Rosan 40 years old, 1 boy Elbert 21 years old, 1 boy Hugh Douglas 19 years old." Mordecai's will provided that Sophia, his wife, would get his estate less slaves he willed to Mary S. Lincoln, their daughter. They were, "1 Negro girl named Martha, aged about 15 years, 1 Negro girl named Tilda aged about 11 years, 1 Negro boy named Sam about 4 years and 1 Negro boy named George aged about 1 year." Mary was 37 years of age.

Inventory records and will of Mordecai Lincoln obtained from Greene County, Tennessee.

Lincoln Slave Owners Isaac and Mary Lincoln In 1797, Isaac Lincoln was one of four wealthy families in Carter County, Tennessee. He owned 4 slaves of taxable age. 4 Isaac Lincoln owned 820 acres in 1797. Lincoln paid taxes of $4.15 on 820 acres of land, 1 white poll, 4 black polls, 1 stud horse, and 4 slaves. That was the fourth highest tax paid that year to the county.

Later, in 1816, Mary Lincoln, widow of Isaac, sold a family of three slaves to Godfrey Carriger, Sr., for the sum of $900. The family of three were; Violet, a mulatto, 23; Nathaniel, 3, and Jessee, 1.

Mordecai and Sophia G. Lincoln Greeneville, Tennessee, in Greene County, had become a town of some 600 or 700 people by 1819. Among the prosperous merchants were Andrew Johnson, Mordecai Lincoln and Blackstone McDaniel.

Lincoln was a tanner and owned a shoe and saddler's shop. He was a relative of President Abraham Lincoln and is said to have been very much like him in character and personal appearance.

On August 4, 1851, Greene County, Tennessee records the Estate of Mordecai Lincoln and listed his slave property as "1 girl named Rosan 40 years old, 1 boy Elbert 21 years old, 1 boy Hugh Douglas 19 years old." Mordecai's will provided that Sophia, his wife, would get his estate less slaves he willed to Mary S. Lincoln, their daughter. They were, "1 Negro girl named Martha, aged about 15 years, 1 Negro girl named Tilda aged about 11 years, 1 Negro boy named Sam about 4 years and 1 Negro boy named George aged about 1 year." Mary was 37 years of age.

Inventory records and will of Mordecai Lincoln obtained from Greene County, Tennessee.

Lincoln Slave Owners Isaac and Mary Lincoln In 1797, Isaac Lincoln was one of four wealthy families in Carter County, Tennessee. He owned 4 slaves of taxable age. 4 Isaac Lincoln owned 820 acres in 1797. Lincoln paid taxes of $4.15 on 820 acres of land, 1 white poll, 4 black polls, 1 stud horse, and 4 slaves. That was the fourth highest tax paid that year to the county.

Later, in 1816, Mary Lincoln, widow of Isaac, sold a family of three slaves to Godfrey Carriger, Sr., for the sum of $900. The family of three were; Violet, a mulatto, 23; Nathaniel, 3, and Jessee, 1.

Mordecai and Sophia G. Lincoln Greeneville, Tennessee, in Greene County, had become a town of some 600 or 700 people by 1819. Among the prosperous merchants were Andrew Johnson, Mordecai Lincoln and Blackstone McDaniel.

Lincoln was a tanner and owned a shoe and saddler's shop. He was a relative of President Abraham Lincoln and is said to have been very much like him in character and personal appearance.

On August 4, 1851, Greene County, Tennessee records the Estate of Mordecai Lincoln and listed his slave property as "1 girl named Rosan 40 years old, 1 boy Elbert 21 years old, 1 boy Hugh Douglas 19 years old." Mordecai's will provided that Sophia, his wife, would get his estate less slaves he willed to Mary S. Lincoln, their daughter. They were, "1 Negro girl named Martha, aged about 15 years, 1 Negro girl named Tilda aged about 11 years, 1 Negro boy named Sam about 4 years and 1 Negro boy named George aged about 1 year." Mary was 37 years of age.

Inventory records and will of Mordecai Lincoln obtained from Greene County, Tennessee.

Lincoln Slave Owners Isaac and Mary Lincoln In 1797, Isaac Lincoln was one of four wealthy families in Carter County, Tennessee. He owned 4 slaves of taxable age. 4 Isaac Lincoln owned 820 acres in 1797. Lincoln paid taxes of $4.15 on 820 acres of land, 1 white poll, 4 black polls, 1 stud horse, and 4 slaves. That was the fourth highest tax paid that year to the county.

Later, in 1816, Mary Lincoln, widow of Isaac, sold a family of three slaves to Godfrey Carriger, Sr., for the sum of $900. The family of three were; Violet, a mulatto, 23; Nathaniel, 3, and Jessee, 1.

Mordecai and Sophia G. Lincoln Greeneville, Tennessee, in Greene County, had become a town of some 600 or 700 people by 1819. Among the prosperous merchants were Andrew Johnson, Mordecai Lincoln and Blackstone McDaniel.

Lincoln was a tanner and owned a shoe and saddler's shop. He was a relative of President Abraham Lincoln and is said to have been very much like him in character and personal appearance.

On August 4, 1851, Greene County, Tennessee records the Estate of Mordecai Lincoln and listed his slave property as "1 girl named Rosan 40 years old, 1 boy Elbert 21 years old, 1 boy Hugh Douglas 19 years old." Mordecai's will provided that Sophia, his wife, would get his estate less slaves he willed to Mary S. Lincoln, their daughter. They were, "1 Negro girl named Martha, aged about 15 years, 1 Negro girl named Tilda aged about 11 years, 1 Negro boy named Sam about 4 years and 1 Negro boy named George aged about 1 year." Mary was 37 years of age.

Inventory records and will of Mordecai Lincoln obtained from Greene County, Tennessee.

Lincoln Slave Owners Isaac and Mary Lincoln In 1797, Isaac Lincoln was one of four wealthy families in Carter County, Tennessee. He owned 4 slaves of taxable age. 4 Isaac Lincoln owned 820 acres in 1797. Lincoln paid taxes of $4.15 on 820 acres of land, 1 white poll, 4 black polls, 1 stud horse, and 4 slaves. That was the fourth highest tax paid that year to the county.

Later, in 1816, Mary Lincoln, widow of Isaac, sold a family of three slaves to Godfrey Carriger, Sr., for the sum of $900. The family of three were; Violet, a mulatto, 23; Nathaniel, 3, and Jessee, 1.

Mordecai and Sophia G. Lincoln Greeneville, Tennessee, in Greene County, had become a town of some 600 or 700 people by 1819. Among the prosperous merchants were Andrew Johnson, Mordecai Lincoln and Blackstone McDaniel.

Lincoln was a tanner and owned a shoe and saddler's shop. He was a relative of President Abraham Lincoln and is said to have been very much like him in character and personal appearance.

On August 4, 1851, Greene County, Tennessee records the Estate of Mordecai Lincoln and listed his slave property as "1 girl named Rosan 40 years old, 1 boy Elbert 21 years old, 1 boy Hugh Douglas 19 years old." Mordecai's will provided that Sophia, his wife, would get his estate less slaves he willed to Mary S. Lincoln, their daughter. They were, "1 Negro girl named Martha, aged about 15 years, 1 Negro girl named Tilda aged about 11 years, 1 Negro boy named Sam about 4 years and 1 Negro boy named George aged about 1 year." Mary was 37 years of age.

Inventory records and will of Mordecai Lincoln obtained from Greene County, Tennessee.