Julia v. Samuel M. Kinney
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WilliamWilliam Bennett of lawful age being produced sworn &
examined deposeth & saith that Lucinda CarringtonLucinda Carrington got
a house of his father in the fall of 1829 for a short time
until she could travel on to MissouriMissouri That she Mrs Car
rington was moving as he then understood from KentuckyKentucky to MissouriMissouri
That she had with her a negro woman called JuliaJulia and her
child called HarrietHarriet that the weather so cold as to
make it very difficult for movers to travel that
It was also understood that the crossing of the [ Missippi ]
was dangerous because of ice.

That Mrs CarringtonCarrington was extremely anxious to get on
to MissouriMissouri as soon as the weather moderated & her
horses were found & the river could be safely crossed
Joseph CarringtonJoseph Carrington her son carried said negro to
MissouriMissouri