Race and Slavery Petitions Project

Petition 11082904 Details

State:Mississippi
Location:Unknown
Location Type:County
Salutation:To The Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Mississippi in General Assembly convened (, )
Filing Date:circa 1829

General Petition Information

Abstract:Natchez barber William Hayden, a man of color, says that the Mississippi Act passed in 1822 concerning slaves and free people of color might well "produce absolute ruin to his prospects." He states that he has a good business, a good reputation, and owns property. In constant danger "of being driven from his home," he asks for "a special act exempting him from that part of the said act which requires his removal from the state."
Result:
# of Petition Pages:4
Related Documents:Statement of John Minor, et al., n.d.
Pages of Related Documents:0

People Associated with Petition 11082904

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

Citation Information

Repository: Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Mississippi

  • Legislative Papers, Petitions and Memorials 1817-1839, undated
  • Record Group: 47
  • Document Number
  • Box: 17
  • Folder:
  • Book:
  • Volume: 16
  • Page:
  • Microfilm:

Processing Information

Record Created:2/28/1995
Record Final Edited:4/1/1998
Record Last Updated on:10/30/2007 10:10:00 AM