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Kate Godfray, 30 years, ordinary wench, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Mathew Godfray, Norfolk, Virginia, left him early in 1779. GMC.

Port Godfray, 12 years, likely boy, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Mathew Godfray, Norfolk, Virginia; left him early in 1779. GMC.

Lucy Godfray, 7 years old, ordinary child, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Mathew Godfray, Norfolk, Virginia; left him early in 1779. GMC.

Salley Godfray, 1 1/2 years, RAD, born free within the British lines.

Lewis Church, aged 27 years, stout fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Robert Betty, Norfolk, Virginia; left him in 1779. GMC.

John Brown, 45 years, ordinary fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Doctor Seaman, Norfolk, Virginia; left him in 1776, with Lord Dunmore. GMC.

Peggy Brown, 30 years, stout wench, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Colonel Godfray, Norfolk, Virginia; left him in 1776, with Lord Dunmore. GMC.

Jenny Brown, 5 years, ordinary child, (Royal Artillery Department). Born free within the British Lines.

James Brown, 2 years, (Royal Artillery Department). Born free within the British Lines.

Nancy Brown, 1 1/2 years, (Royal Artillery Department). Born free within theBritish lines.

London Winters, 40 years, incurably lame, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Patrick Singleton, North Landing, Virginia; left him in 1779. GBC.

James Tucker, 55 years, almost worn out, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Capt. McFips, Norfolk, Virginia; left him in 1776 with Lord Dunmore. GMC.

Lewis Cornick, 30 years, ordinary fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Lamber Cornick, Princes Ann County, Virginia; left him in 1776. GMC.

Rachel Cornick, 30 years, sickly wench, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to William Tannable, Princes Ann County, Virginia; left him in 1776. GMC.

Tom Cornick, 1/2 year infant, (Royal Artillery Department). Born free within the British lines.

Argill Killing, 22 years, stout fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Adam Killings, Princes Ann County, Virginia; left him in 1779. GMC.

Peggy Thomas, 22 years, stout wench, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to James Otter, Nancy Mum, Virginia; left him in 1779. GMC.

David Thomas, 5 years, likely boy, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to James Otter, Nancy Mum, Virginia; left him in 1779. GMC.

Tony Carragan, 47 years, ordinary fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Samuel Fryar, Charlestown, South Carolina; left him in 1779. GMC.

James Hector, aged 55 years, ordinary fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to William R. Currell, Hampton County, Virginia; left him in 1779. GBC.

Judy Hector, 30 years, stout wench, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Robert Bright, Hampton County, Virginia; left him in 1779. GMC.

Kate Hector, 8 years, likely child, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Robert Bright, Hampton County, Virginia; left him in 1779. GMC.

John Hector, 1 1/2 years, (Royal Artillery Department). Born free within the British lines.

Sam Godfray, 26 years, stout fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Mathew Godfray, Norfolk, Virginia; left him in 1779. GMC.

Sucky Godfray, 22 years, stout wench, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Francis Rice, Hampton, Virginia; left him in 1776 & joined Lord Dunmore. GMC.

Salley Godfray, 6 years, ordinary child, (Royal Artillery Department). Born free within the British lines.

Robert Godfray, 2 years, (Royal Artillery Department). Born free within the British lines.

James Godfray, 1 year, (Royal Artillery Department). Born free within the British lines.

Sam Grayson, 32 years, stout fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Colonel Grayson in Georgia; left him early in 1779. GBC.

Salley Grayson, 20 years, ordinary wench, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Colonel Grayson in Georgia; left him early in 1779. GBC.

Jam Anderson, 35 years, lame & ordinary fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Mr. Anderson, Charlestown, South Carolina; left him early in 1780. GMC.

Dianah Anderson, 25 years, stout wench, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Mr. Anderson, Charlestown, South Carolina; left him early in 1780. GMC.

James Stewart, 29 years, stout fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to John Stewart, Sommerset County, Maryland; left him early in 1780. GMC.

Joseph Smith, 54 years, lame, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to William Currier, Cecel County, Maryland; left him early in 1777. GBC.

Elizah Laston, 24 years, stout wench, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Isaac Laston, Baltimore, Maryland; left him early in 1777. GBC.

Charles Laston, ½ years, (Royal Artillery Department). Born free within the British Lines.

James Philip, aged 40 years, stout fellow, (Capt. Lymon). Proved to be the property of Capt. Lymon.

Peter Hogdon, 19 years, stout lad, (Widow Hogdon). Proved to be the property of Widow Hogdon.

Prince, 11 years, likely boy, (Doctor McIntyre). Proved to be the property of Doctor McIntyre of General Hospital.

Amelia, 35 years, ordinary wench, (Dr. McIntyre). Proved to be a free woman, and goes as a servant to the Gen’l Hospital.

Salley, 6 years, ordinary child, (Dr. McIntyre). Proved to be a free woman, and goes as a servant to the Gen’l Hospital.

Samuel Mixied, 45 years, stout fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Thomas Brown of Portsmouth, Virginia; left him 4 1/2 years ago. GMC.

Moses Halstede, 30 years, stout fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Henry Halsted, Norfolk County, Virginia; left him 7 1/2 years ago. GMC.

York Nash, 50 years, stout fellow, (Royal Artillery Department). Formerly slave to Thomas Nash, Norfolk County, Virginia; left him 5 years ago. GMC.