2 people are documented within DC.WAS.AB27.516.1
Name Age Color or Race Sex Role in document
Robert Smith grantor
Michael Fletcher enslaved


Manumission was recorded on 31 December 1811. Robert Smith states that he purchased from Dr. John Bullis on this day, his [Robert Smith's] present coachman, Michael Fletcher, and he further states "with a view to his happiness I do hereby state to him ... that in case he will behave soberly and faithfully for the term of five years from the date hereof," he shall then be free. "This paper is delivered to Michael as an evidence of this my assurance." Signed in Washington on 14 November 1808 by Robert Smith. In the left margin of the handwritten Liber the following is written: "Examined and Del[ivered] M. Fletcher"