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Bill of sale was recorded on 17 December 1801. Cornelius Coningham of the City of Washington for a consideration of $310 sold to Marsham Waring of Georgetown his house hold stuff, furniture and books and one Negro man named Adam. The items are located in a certain tenement situated on lot #10 in square east of square #88 in the City of Washington in the District of Columbia. Bill of sale was signed on 15 December 1801. The attached schedule lists all items. [Compiler's note: Adam's age was not given.]
At the request of Richard Soderstrom the bill of sale was recorded on 17 December 1801. Charles Rogers was indebted to Richard Soderstrom in the amount of $425 for household furniture. Therefore, for the amount of the debt plus $1 he sold two Negroes, Michael and Sall, to Richard Soderstrom.