David Watts (1761-1835) indentures
- 0.23 Cubic feet 1 box The Watts family papers (dated 1790-1932; 0.23 cubic feet; 1 box) comprise correspondence, legal documents, financial papers, slave deeds, ledgers and account papers, land surveys, and envelopes, which document the Watts family of Fayette County, Kentucky, their land interests, their involvement in slavery, and their financial dealings.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Land titles--Kentucky.
- Land titles--Registration and transfer--Kentucky.
- Lexington (Ky.)--Genealogy
- Real property surveys
- Receipts (Acknowledgments)
- Slave records--Kentucky.
- University of Kentucky
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