Slave Document signed by Constable Cahale (119704)

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Slave Document signed by Constable Cahale  (119704)
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This is a receipt document, which appears to be in settlement of a lawsuit, showing the list of personal property of an individual, and the personal property includes one slave (Negro), along with a horse, cattle, goat, saddle, and other items. It is signed by the Constable, R. Cahale. The Cahale family lived in the Mercer, Boone, and Washington Counties of Kentucky. Caleb Cahale, believed to be the son of R. Cahale, lived in the town of Union, Boone County, Kentucky (located about 17 miles southwest of Cincinnati, Ohio), served as a soldier in the Confederate Army.

The document says:
A schedule of the Goods & Chattels of Natt? Smith A Negro taken in execution of the suit apellant? and? Price 1 Gray mare 2 head of Cattle 1 Goat & Grain? Saddle and Bridle 2 head of Hoggs taken as the property of the said N Smith this 26th day of January 1847 subject to prior claims if any Solo. R. Cahale Const[able]

Condition: toning on the left side with age spots along edges.

Date: 1847
Country (if not USA):
State: Kentucky