Twenty dollars reward

TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD, RAN away from the Subscriber on the 12th inst. a Negro Man named Anthony, formerly the Property of John Giles Thomas, of Wake County, an able-bodied Fellow, about six Feet high, rather of a yellowish Complexion than otherwise, with two of his fore Teeth out. Any Person who will apprehend the said Fellow, bring him to me, or confine him, so that I may get him again, shall receive the above Reward from AGERTON WILLIS. Lumberton, April 13, 1802.

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Date(s) of departure
Lumberton, NC
County(s) of residence
Robeson County
Presumed destination(s)

Publication information

4 people are documented within NC.WAK.124.18020427.2.627
Name Role in document
John Giles Thomas Former slaveholder
Agerton Willis Placing Ad
Anthony Slave
Agerton Willis Slaveholder