Alsey vs. William Randolph
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E.C.Reeves of lawful age being produced swon and examined
on the part of the defendant deposith and saith same
years since perhaps 1818 or 1819 my father crop living in logan County
KentuckyKentucky had a negro girl named Alsey who was
to my sister wife of RobertRobert then living
in butler County KentuckyKentucky was preparing
to move to IllinoisIllinois- The girl came home
said sister had sent her after she came home
my father let the girl go to an unchs in to see her mother who was living with
while she was from my came
to my fathers and said his wife wanted the girl Alsey
my father was from harm my mother told that the negro was hers and he could not
get her and he left and the next we heard the girl
had been taken by to IllinoisIllinois my Father
sent as I heard to IllinoisIllinois for the firl & did not
get her my Father went himself and did get her
the girl had been run to KentuckyKentucky
my Father had a law sent about the negro and
he her to LoganLogan in the spring
of 1824 I think he kept her in KentuckyKentucky till
the face of 1829 then moved to St. LouisSt Louis
& kept till 1834 selling her to a of
north St. LouisSt Louis as I understood being in IllinoisIllinois
at that time my self and further the deponant
saith not

Edra C Reeves