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Henry Vanderford (9010)

Father:
Mother:


b. 1792 in Maryland [census-MD]

m. July 23, 1818, Eliza Whittington [Dielman]

d. Aug. 31, 1823 in Easton, Maryland [Wright,1981]

Issue: [Bio,1879]

Angelina, b. Oct. 26, 1820, d. June 28, 1889

m. Henry Vanderford (3044)

Information:

April 14 - June 1, 1813:
Henry served in the 12th Brigade of Talbot County Volunteer Artillery Company. [Wright,1979]

September 13-21, 1814:
Henry served in the 9th Cavalry from Queen Annes County, Maryland. [Wright,1979]

1816-1819:
Henry was a grocer at County Wharf in Baltimore, Maryland. [Baltimore Dir]

1820:
Henry was living in Baltimore City, Maryland with his wife and another woman between 16 and 26 years of age. He owned one female slave between 14 and 26 years of age. [census-MD]

July 14, 1826:
Henry gave his daughter Angelina two slaves: Hester, aged 16, who was to be freed when she was 30 and Theodore, aged 8, who was to be freed when he was 28. [QA deed TM4:117]

1845-1850:
Henry was a grocer and feed dealer in Baltimore, Maryland. [Baltimore Dir]


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