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Black families in Loudoun County in the late 1800s and early 1900s

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Re: Black families in Loudoun County in the late 1800s and early 1900s

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Thank you for this information.

For everyone else, I want to include info about family members that I didn't include in my previous post:

>Eliza Genus and her daughter Cornelia Ann before the end of the Civil War were slaves owned by the Allnutts, a family originally from Maryland in the early 1800s. Slave owners include Robert G. ( R. G.), James L, and Ellen Allnutt. If anyone has records about the Allnutts' slaves, specifically ones named Eliza and Cornelia, please let me know.

>Alexander Whiting worked as a shoemaker during the 1880s in the Ashburn/Sterling region.

>James Gaithe Whiting worked for Randolph Webster ( R. W.) Hutichson as a laborer during 1918. If R.W. has info on his workers please let me know.

>Charles Henry Whiting worked for Thomas T. (T. T.) Galloway during 1918. If T. T. Has info on his workers please let me know.

>John A. Whiting worked for Warner and Susan Snider during the 1920s.

>James G. Whiting worked for Curtis B. Arundle during the 1920s.

More info is coming soon.

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