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Wayne County Circuit Clerk. Polley vs. Ratcliff slave case


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1. The Peyton Polley Story - a short synopsis of the story of the kidnapped children
2. Court Transcripts, April 6, 2012
3. Opening and Closing Arguments
4. Court Order Civil Action Number 12-P-016 – decreeing the children freed and illegally kidnapped, April 6, 2012
5. Wayne County News March 28,2012
6. Huntington Herald-Dispatch April 4, 2012
7. Charleston Gazette April 4, 2012
8. Wayne County News April 11, 2012
9. David Pauley will, November 7, 1839 (photocopy)
10. Pike County, Kentucky court, January 18-March 6, 1847 (photocopy)
11. David Polley’s heirs vs. David Polley’s exr. April 6, 1847 (photocopy)
12. Deposition of Henry C. Morris, April 13, 1847 (photocopy)
13. Polley vs. Ratcliff, Wayne County Circuit Court proceedings, September 14, 1854 (photocopy)
14. Letter, John Laidley to Governor of Ohio, March 26, 1856 (photocopy)
15. Polly Negroes case, Lawrence County, Ohio?, May 15, 1856 (photocopy)
16. Letter, R. Seete or J. J. Thomas to Governor Chase, July 25, 1856 (photocopy)
17. Letter, J. W. Wilson to Governor Chase, July 27, 1856 (photocopy)
18. Letter, John Laidley to Governor of Ohio, September 15, 1857 (photocopy)
19. Polley slave case precedent curt case, Hunter vs. Humpreys, April 27, 1858 (photocopy)
20. Wayne County Circuit Court, Pauley’s Paupers vs. William Ratcliffe, March 1859(photocopy)
21. Wayne County Circuit Court, Pauley Pauper’s vs. Wm. Ratcliffe, March 22, 1859 (photocopy)
22. Letter, A. M. Gangewer to Ralph Seile, November 12, 1858 (photocopy)
23. Letter, A. M. Gangewer to Ralph Seile, November 25, 1859 (photocopy)
24. Maps showing Wayne County area where Ratcliff and Polley families lived
25. DVDs of Trial, April 6, 2012 (2 discs)
26. Brochure, West Virginia Slavery, Statehood and Wayne County


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