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Hello list, I've just seen something new to me. The 1860 Boyd County Slave Schedule on Ancestry.com is only 4 pages long, but this slave schedule actually names those held in slavery, as well as their sex and race, listed directly after each slaveholder. After 8 years of researching, I have never seen enslaved individuals named specifically on a schedule, it's always been just the slaveholder's name, the slaves' age, sex, and color. If anyone needs a look-up for 1860 Boyd Co., Ky. let me know, I will be more than glad to forward the entries to you.
Happy hunting to everyone.
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