Petition #11381202


Andrew Muldrow Sr. seeks compensation for "a negro fellow named Bristoe executed for the crime of Burglary" in 1810. He recalls that "he has heretofore petitioned your honorable body to obtain the compensation allowed by law when a negro is executed & has never as yet received any." The petitioner therefore prays that he be granted "such relief" as is deemed meet. The court found Bristol was worth "two hundred pounds current money" before "they ordered the execution of the said negro."

Result: Referred to claims committee.

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Repository: South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina