Race and Slavery Petitions Project

Petition 11380901 Details

State:South Carolina
Location:Colleton
Location Type:District/Parish
Salutation:To the Honorable the House and Representatives of the State of South Carolina
Filing Date:1809-December-6

General Petition Information

Abstract:Charles C. Ashe seeks compensation for a twenty-two-year-old slave named Monday, who "hath been tried convicted and executed for Burglary in Sept 1804"; he was also convicted of "taking a gun and ammunition & swearing he would kill a Certain Negroe fellow" belonging to Mary Crofts. Avowing that Monday "was of great utility in aiding him in his planting interest," the petitioner hopes "that there will be some alleviation of his loss." He therefore prays that "such allowance be made unto your petitioner as to your honorable Body shall seem competent with propriety." The "Justices of the Quorum" assessed Monday's value to be $400.
Result:granted
# of Petition Pages:2
Related Documents:Certificate, William McCants, et al., 24 November 1809; see PAR #11380905
Pages of Related Documents:2

People Associated with Petition 11380901

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

Citation Information

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

  • Records of the General Assembly
  • Document Number 1809 #82
  • Page: frames 1131-34
  • Microfilm: Reel #1, frames 1131-34

Processing Information

Record Created:9/22/1993
Record Final Edited:4/1/1998
Record Last Updated on:3/16/2008 5:08:00 PM