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April 20, 1837- Jacksonville Republican
Committed to the jail at Jacksonville, Benton County, Alabama, on the 19th April 1837, a negro man named GREEN, between twenty-five and thirty years of age, about six feet high and very stout build, yellow complected, and has large whiskers. He says he was stolen and conveyed off some time since, by a man named HENRY IVENS, from ELBERT HIBLER, living in Pickens County, Ala.
The owner of the above named slave is requested to come forward, prove property, pay chares and take him away or he will be dealt with according to law.
FIELDING SNOW, Jailer, April 20, 1837
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