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Paul, 1763?- (Union Farm)



Paul was enslaved and was part of Martha Washington’s dower share of enslaved workers from the Custis estate. He was listed as a "labouring man" at Union Farm.



Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Letter, to William Pearce, 1795 March 8

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 1795.03.08
Identifier: RM-490-F; MS-3999
Scope and Contents

Wheat on the ground is in so unpromising a way--inquires to the look of the barley--roller--French's Paul--pains taken to apprehend and bring him to punishment--Dick--Betty Davis--Sarah, possibly a spinner at the Mansion, in childbed--purchase of one thousand yards of German oznabrigs--lucern seed to be had in Alexandria--new overseer at Mansion house--Allison--inquires about the price of flour in Alexandria--both superfine and fine are up again in Philadelphia.

Dates: 1795 March 8