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    • Louis Bevier Will, 1715

    • Huguenots;
    • The first of three last wills and testaments written by Louis Bevier, Huguenot refugee and one of the founders of New Paltz, NY. Of particular interest are the provisions made for the testator's disabled son, Andries.
    • Bounty hunters agreement

    • Slaveholders; Bounty hunters; Huguenots
    • Articles of agreement: Jacob J. Hasbrouck and Isaiah Hasbrouck agreed to Josiah Eltinge, William Hasbrouck, Philip Dayo, and Andries Lefever Jr. that if they found any of the runaway slaves listed "they may sell and dispose of the said negroes."...
    • Judy Jackson obituary

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    • Obituary of Judy Jackson, often called Aunt Judy. The obituary briefly describes her life as a slave. She was two years old when Jeremiah Merrit bought her and her mother. Judy was later purchased by Philip LeFevre as a wedding gift for his son,...
    • Judy Jackson

    • African American women;
    • Photograph of Judy (Julia) Jackson, often called Aunt Judy. Caption on back of photo reads: "Aunt Judy Lefevre, slave of Andries Lefevre when Maria was born. Picture taken at Clintondale about 1892"

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