by Julia Munro


ANON0065 (name unknown), nurse of servant Polly's (P47886) child anon0064 (P47979). The child is recorded in a list of "Hirelings to be Sent to Captn. Winn (P47913), 1 Jany 1828," which lists 11 individuals total. It is not stated clearly whether Cocke sold the slaves to Winn; more likely he contracted them out to Winn based on the prices listed (see the links below for full transcripts of the letter). 

The "hirelings" that were to be sent to Captn. Winn in 1828 were:  

Dinah (P47885), Polly (P47886) and "her child anon0064 and nurse anon0065 (P47980)," Dilcy (P47887), Bibbianna (P47888), Aggy (P47889), Emily (P47890), Jenny (P47891), Louisa (P47892), and Fanney (P47893).




1. References to the Individual in the JUEL Digitized Transcripts

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"List of Hirelings to be Sent to Captn. Winn, by John Hartwell Cocke 1 Jany, 1828"

- Scan of manuscript = Mini Showcase 2, click on "John Hartwell Cocke Papers," and select image #54.1.01 


2. Library Call Numbers/Bibliographic Records


John Hartwell Cocke Papers [manuscript], 1725-1949. Special Collections, University of Virginia Library. MSS640




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