"Alabama, Estate Files, 1830-1976," digital images, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 27 September 2013), image copy, Sale of Negroes, dated 13 January 1857, Greene County Estate Files, Henry Harless #1316
An Account of Sales of negro Slaves of the Estate of Henry Harless, deceased, sold by attorney R. Davis the administrator on the 5th day of January AD 1857 upon a credit of twelve months -
Negro Bob to Tabius T Hill – for $1730.00 [Negro] Jerry [to] Tabius T Hill [for] $1700.00 [Negro] Georgiana [to] Mary M Harless [for] $1000.00 [Negro] Fanny [to] D. T. Harless [for] $240.00 $4670.00
|Subscribed and sworn to|
this 13th day of January
1857 Before me
N C Oliver judge.
|A R Davis adm.|
Friends of Friends Friday is a way to share “records of enslaved ancestors, whether they are your own ancestors or not…” I haven't come across very many mentions of slaves in my search for Harlesses and I like to think this is because so few Harlesses were slave owners, but the ones I do come across will be shared on Friends of Friends Fridays.