Race and Slavery Petitions Project

Petition 11380801 Details

State:South Carolina
Location:Orangeburgh
Location Type:District/Parish
Salutation:To the honorable the President and members of the Senate of the State of South Carolina
Filing Date:1808-November-1

General Petition Information

Abstract:William Fairy recalls that he attempted to apprehend a runaway slave named Jack on 23 May 1807; in the process, "Jack wounded your Petitioner in several places, for which offence he was tried found guilty and executed." Fairy confides that he "is poor and entirely dependent on his own labour for his support and that in consequence of the wounds which he received (from the effect of which he has not yet recovered) he was for a long time confined to his bed, at a time of the year when it was absolutely necessary for him to work his crop." The petitioner prays that his case be taken into consideration and that he be granted "such relief as you may judge proper."
Result:No recorded result
# of Petition Pages:3
Related Documents:Certificate, William Rowe, et al., 1 November 1808
Pages of Related Documents:1

People Associated with Petition 11380801

Slaves:1
Free Persons of Color:0
Defendants:0
Petitioners:1
Other People:1

Citation Information

Repository: South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina

  • Records of the General Assembly
  • Document Number 1808 #37
  • Page: frames 351-54
  • Microfilm: Reel #2, frames 351-54

Processing Information

Record Created:10/22/1997
Record Final Edited:4/1/1998
Record Last Updated on:4/1/2008 11:17:00 AM