DescriptionIsaac Hill Unsigned Legal Document. One page, 8.5" x 11.25", Fayette County, Texas, October 28, 1850.
A contemporary copy with the names of "Isaac L. Hill/H. Ledbetter/Otto Von Roeder" written in ink at the bottom. Hill, a veteran of the battle of San Jacinto and resident of Fayette County since 1845, became a prosperous planter and slave owner. This legal document is a ruling in a dispute over two slaves, Lucy, 25, and Ben, 5. On light blue ruled paper; very fine condition. From the Taking of Texas Collection.
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