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Apprenticeship Records of Warren County 1836 - 1867
(Abstracted from various source records by
Deloris Williams)

Feb. Ct. 1836. ISAAC GREEN (9 or 10 yrs. old, free boy of color) orphan of LEVI & NANCY GREEN, both decd. bound to EDWARD DAVIS.

Feb. Ct. 1836. HENRY HICKS, free boy of color, released from apprenticeship to MATTHEW MARSHALL.

Feb. Ct. 1836. GEORGE LANGFORD (about 9 yrs. old, son of MARY LANGFORD) an orphan, bound to BENJAMIN JOHNSON.

Nov. Ct. 1836. HENRIETTA LANGFORD bound to SAMUEL E. PHILLIPS.

Feb. Ct. 1837. ROBERT LANGFORD (14 yrs. old) bound to SAMUEL E. PHILLIPS.

Feb. Ct. 1837. JOSEPH COLEY was discharged from custody of AMIEL CAMP.

Aug. Ct. 1837. HAYWOOD CLEATON (12 yrs. old last July 20, base born orphan of PATSEY CLEATON) bound to WILLIAM G. JONES.

Aug. Ct. 1837. JESSE PENDERGRASS (13 yrs. old, orphan of DANIEL PENDERGRASS) bound to ISAAC PENDERGRASS.

Nov. Ct. 1837. EMILY GREEN (18 yrs. old, free girl of color) bound to JOHN H. HAWKINS.

Nov. Ct. 1837. HILMAN B. KING (11 yrs. old next May 16, orphan) bound to DRURY GILL.

May Ct. 1838. MARY BISHOP (11 yrs. old November next, child of SALLY BISHOP) bound to JAMES OK. MAYFIELD.

Nov. Ct. 1838. SAMUEL BEAL (12 yrs. old, orphan) bound to THOMAS HAWKINS.

May Ct. 1839. WHITMELL NUCKOLS (6 yrs old) bound to JOHN WORTHAM.

Aug. Ct. 1839. GEORGE CAMP (16 yrs. old, orphan) bound to AMIEL CAMP.

Nov. Ct. 1839. WILLIAM HAWKS (son of JOHN HAWKS, JR.) bound to JOHN HAWKS, SR.

Feb. Ct. 1840. WILLIAM PARISH (son of EDWARD PARISH) bound to J. H. HAWKINS.

May Ct. 1840. ALBERT HAITHCOCK (15 yrs. old) bound to ARNOLD CARY.

May Ct. 1840. JANE EVANS (15 yrs. old, girl of color) bound to DUDLY MINGE.

Feb. Ct. 1841. OLIVE HICKS (free girl of color) bound to WILLOUGHBY HUDGINS.

Aug. Ct. 1841. JAMES FOGG (13 yrs. old, boy of color) son of FANNY FOGG bound to JOHN W. WHITE.

Aug. Ct. 1841. BENJAMIN STEPHENSON (9 yrs. old, base born son of PATSY STEVENSON) bound to EDWARD FELTS.

Feb. Ct. 1842. RANSOM WALKER (8 yrs. old, orphan, son of WILLIAM WALKER) bound to THOMAS P. WALKER.

Feb. Ct. 1842. WILLIAM HOWELL (free boy of color) bound to GEORGE WORTHAM.

May Ct. 1842. MATTHEW MARLOW (8 yrs. old, orphan of DANIEL MARLOW) bound to ISHAM BENNETT.

May Ct. 1842. WILLIAM MITCHELL (8 yrs. old, orpan of R. P. MITCHELL) bound to WILLIAM HICKS, SR.

Aug. Ct. 1842. ALFRED VAUGHAN (15 yrs. old, free boy of color) bound to JOHN P. ROSE.

May Ct. 1843. DOCTOR NUCKOLS (5 yrs. old, base born child of BECKY NUCKOLS) bound to RODEN PARKER.

Feb. Ct. 1844. DALLAS HICKS (8 yrs. old, free girl of color) bound to WILLOUGHBY HUDGINS.

Nov. Ct. 1844. WILLIAM LOWRY (10 yrs. old free boy of color) [son of PRISCILLA GREEN LOWRY, widow of SAMUEL LOWRY] bound to THOMAS GREEN to learn farming.

Nov. Ct. 1844. ZED LOWRY (15 yrs. old,, free boy of color) and JAMES LOWRY (14 yrs. old free boy of color) [both sons of PRISCILLA GREEN LOWRY, widow of SAMUEL LOWRY] bound to WILLIAM H. BOBBITT; ZED to learn the blacksmith business, JAMES to learn coach making.

May Ct. 1845. HUDGINS PUGH HAWKS (11 yrs. old, minor orphan) bound to S. L. BARTLET.

Aug. Ct. 1847. HILMON B. KING, was declared to be alive and 21 yrs. of age by his former master, DRURY GILL.

May Ct. 1848. JAMES MONROE McKEA (about 14 yrs. old) bound to ROBERT W. HYMAN.

Nov. Ct. 1848. DUDLEY MEADOWS (7 yrs.old this past February 14) base born son of SYNTHIA ACRE [formerly SYNTHIA MEADOWS, now wife of JAMES ACRE] bound to WOODSON & RICE.

Nov. Ct. 1848. SAMUEL GREEN (age 7 on June 1848) & HENRY GREEN (age 6 on Nov. 13, 1848), both base born children of color, bound to WILLIAM P. ROSE, to instruct them in "cultivating the ground".

May Ct. 1849. CHARLES F. RIGGANS (10 yrs. old on May 1, son of FLEMING RIGGANS) bound to WILLIAM QUINCY to be a carpenter.

Aug. Ct. 1849. JOHN MALLARD (born March 4, 1831) bound to THOMAS W. ROWLETTE.

Nov. Ct. 1850. THOMAS MARLOW (13 yrs. old on last September 5, infant son of DANIEL MARLOW) bound to WILLIAM C. CRABTREE.

Nov. Ct. 1856. GEORGE & MINER NUCKELS (base born children of color, of ELIZA NUCKELS) bound to JEREMIAH G. WALKER.

Nov. Ct. 1857. WILLIAM DURHAM (about 15 yrs. old, free boy of color) bound to JOHN L. DAVIS.

May Ct. 1859. HENRY PASCHALL (17 yrs. old) bound to WILLIAM A. WALSH, to learn letter press printing.

Aug. Ct. 1859. SAMUEL FARMER (16 yrs. old) bound to THOMAS H. CHRISTMAS.

Feb. Ct. 1860. LUCETTA B. THOMAS (12 yrs. old, free female of color) bound to DUDLEY W. HARRIS.

Dec. 31, 1865. ROBERT CHEEK (boy of color) bound to WILLIAM H. CHEEK.

Aug. Ct. 1866. SAMUEL DUKE (13 yrs. old, free Negro; orphan) bound to JORDAN H. FOSTER to learn to read & write, and farming.

Aug. Ct. 1866. BEN MABRY (age 10), JOHN MABRY (age 8), SILVY MABRY (age 6)  and SAM MABRY (age 4) , free persons of color, bound to JAMES R. SMITHWICK; all to learn to read & write, and farming.

Aug. Ct. 1866. LOUISA DAVIS (9 yrs. old) and LOGAN DAVIS (14 yrs. old) persons of color, bound to JOHN S. DAVIS, learn to read & write, and farming & house servant.

Aug. Ct. 1866. NANCY DAVIS (10 yrs. old, "colored girl") bound to SAMUEL DAVIS, learn to read & write, farming & house servant.

Aug. Ct. 1866. WILLIE MYRICK (8 yrs. old, orphan, free boy of color) bound to MRS. ANN F. MYRICK, to learn to read & write, farming & house servant.

Aug. Ct. 1866. THOMAS BOBBITT (11 yrs. old, free boy of color) bound to RICHARD E. BOBBITT, learn to read & write, farming.
 

Aug. Ct. 1866. BYNUM COLLINS (age 13, person of color) bound to JOHN COLLINS, to learn to read & write, and be house servant.

Nov. Ct. 1866. ROBERT CHEEK (boy of color) returned to the custody of his mother, who had recently returned to the County, not having been heard from in 8 10 years.

Nov. Ct. 1866. NOBLE RUSSELL (16 yrs. old, boy of color) bound to ROBERT RUSSELL, learn to read & write, blacksmith.

Nov. Ct. 1866. LUCY TWITTY (10 yrs. old, free girl of color) bound to HENRY TWITTY, learn to read & write, farming.

Nov. Ct. 1866. TOM NICHOLSON (10 yrs. old, free person of color) bound to NATHANIEL NICHOLSON.

Nov. Ct. 1866. LIZZIE PITCHFORD (10 yrs. old), MILLY PITCHFORD (8 yrs. old), and GRANDERSON PITCHFORD (13 yrs. old) all persons of color, bound to THOMAS J. PITCHFORD, learn to read & write, farming & house servants.

Nov. Ct. 1866. TEMPY JONES (11 yrs. old, person of color) bound to WILLIAM D. JONES, learn to read & write, house servant.

Nov. Ct. 1866. SAMUEL STALLINGS (8 yrs. old) and ARIE (9 yrs. old, no last name indicated) both persons of color, bound to JOHN M. BRAME; both to learn to read & write; SAMUEL to learn farming; ARIE to learn to be house servant. [note that both children were listed with surname of BRAME in 1870]

Nov. Ct. 1866.  WESLEY DUKE (10 yrs. old, person of color) bound to JOSEPH W. DUKE, learn to read & write, farming.

Nov. Ct. 1867. DAVID MASON BISHOP (10 yrs. old) bound to THOMAS CARROLL. Note was made that the child had no parents or near relatives.


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