Race and Slavery Petitions Project

Petition 20981511 Details

Location Type:County
Salutation:To the Honourable William Kilty Esq & Chancellor of Maryland (KILTY, William)
Filing Date:1815-June-21
Ending Date:1816-February-22

General Petition Information

Abstract:David Carcaud seeks to settle the estate of the late William M. Carcaud. The petitioner explains that William Carcaud "became bona fide indebted" to a merchant named Samuel Whittington "for goods wares and merchandise properly chargeable in account." To secure this debt, William Carcaud executed a deed of mortgage for certain slaves. After Samuel Whittington's death, the administrator of his estate, William Whittington, "assigned all the right title and interest to the said deed of mortgage to this complainant." The petitioner asks that the mortgaged property "may be sold, to satisfy the said debt."
# of Petition Pages:5
Related Documents:PAR #20979605; Answer, William Whittington, 13 June 1815; Decree, 22 June 1815; Trustees' Bond and Certification, 14 August 1815; Trustee's Report, 11 December 1815; Orders, 11 December 1815, 22 February 1816; Correspondence to William Kilty, 15 February 1816; Auditor's Report, 7 March 1816; Statement of Accounts, December 1815; Correspondence, Daniel Kent to George McCubbin, 1 February 1816; Correspondence, Robert Graham to the Court, 1 December 1815; Bond [Missing Pages] and Certification, 1 March 1816; Account of Court Costs, ca. 1815; Affidavit, William Whittington, 18 March 1816
Pages of Related Documents:30

People Associated with Petition 20981511

Free Persons of Color:0
Other People:2

Citation Information

Repository: Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, Maryland

  • Schweninger Collection
  • Document Number 1058
  • Volume: 4239-5
  • Page: 14
  • Microfilm: M 11016

Processing Information

Record Created:8/28/2000
Record Final Edited:11/27/2001
Record Last Updated on:10/26/2006 3:44:00 PM