Notes: XII. The Fate of His Slaves

Notes for Jesse Evans: XII. The Fate of His Slaves

Note 1. 1850 U.S. Federal Census Slave Schedule, Belleview Township, Washington County, Mo.

Note 2. 1860 U.S. Federal Census Slave Schedule, Belleview Township, Washington County, Mo.

Note 3. Charity Evans bond, Aug. 7, 1846, Washington County, Mo., County Court Records, Microfilm C8892, Missouri State Archives; Elizabeth Evans bond, Aug. 7, 1846, Washington County, Mo., County Court Records, Microfilm C8892, Missouri State Archives; Peter Evans bond, Aug. 16, 1846, Washington County, Mo., County Court Records, Microfilm C8892, Missouri State Archives.

Note 4. 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Belleview Township, Washington County, Mo., Household No. 365.

Note 5. 1860 U.S. Federal Census, Belleview Township, Washington County, Mo., Household No. 123.

Note 6. Callaway County, Mo., Deed Book A, pp. 93-94 (sale of slaves Peter and Nanna on Dec. 29, 1817, recorded on Oct. 23, 1821). See Part VIII text accompanying Note 31.

Note 7. 1870 U.S. Federal Census, Belleview Township, Washington County, Mo., Household No. 315.

Note 8. James S. Evans to Lyman Draper, April 19, 1870, Lyman Coleman Draper Manuscript Collection (Draper Manuscripts), Microfilm 36J, Wisconsin Historical Society, pp. 125-26.

Note 9. Sally (Newell) Evans does not appear in the 1870 census, so she may have died about this time.