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Manumission & Bequests

1829-32Probate record; Charles Carnan Ridgely estate Microfilm M4697MSAMS1898G. Howard White Collection

summary. Includes will, recorded July 31, 1829, single

codicil frees slaves under stated conditions.  Follows

the whole process from the will to the final settlement

among heirs, 1832.  Inventory and census of slaves

with evaluations, debts owned, debts paid to, etc

Inventories

1829Catalog of Belongings at HamptonBox 5, Reel 5MDHSMS692Ridgely Papers, 1664-1882

early 19th C.Wines & Liquors [at Hampton]Box 6MDHSMS716Ridgely-Stewart Papers, 1773-1921

Miscellaneous

Letter from William Coale to his aunt, Jane Hopkinson, MDHSMS1530Redwood Collection, 1694-1940

about visiting the Ridgely family

1790Letter written by Rebecca Dorsey Ridgely complaining Box 2MDHSMS693Ridgely-Pue Papers, 1748-1932

of treatment by Charles Ridgely Carnan

1791Reward being offered by C. Ridgely for return of FC1-3/178HAMPMS1Ridgely Family Papers

"Bateman"

1791-1827MiscellaneousBox 3, Folder 10MDHSMS2891Hoyt Collection of Ridgely Papers, 1716-1971

1818Observations of Charles Carnan Ridgely and MICHHorace Holley Papers, 1818

daughters

1820Account of dinner hosted by Charles Carnan RidgelyVol. IIIMDHSMS820Henry Thompson Diaries, 1802-1836

unknownMiscellaneous items related to Charles Carnan RidgelyMDHSMS2560Harry Dorsey Gough Papers

Comprehensive Guide to Collections:  Charles Carnan RidgelyPage 9 of 8

Last Revised December 4, 2007

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