Mary, a woman of color, for herself and her children, Samuel, and Edward v. Launcelot H. Calvert
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Question by same

Where were you living
at the time said BowdBowd lived in OhioOhio

Answer

I was living on the farm of
SamuelSamuel MartinMartin about a mile and a
half from AugustaAugusta in BrownBrown County
CountyBrown County OhioOhio

Question by same

Who brought said MaryMary to the
state of OhioOhio at the time she came

Answer

I do not know who brought her
She came in the family of James BowdJames Bowd
Said BowdBowd told me he brought her
there to the state of OhioOhio

The defendant by his atty comes and
objects to all the foregoing interrogatories
propounded by plaintiffs atty because
they are not rebutting in their character,
but questions in chief.
Further this deponent saith not.

James HendricksonJames Hendrickson
Lakins depositions in the case adjourned
to 25th day of Sept 1851 at 8 o clock AM
Sept 25th 1851 met to and All
also HenryHenry B Hendrickson of ClermontClermont County
CountyClermont Countyand of lawful age being first
duly sworn as hereafter certified deposes
as follows.

Question by plaintiffs [ council ]

State if you know MaryMary a woman of
color plaintiff in this case if so when
and how long and under what circumstances