A Guide to the Slaughter B. Bullock Agreement, 1865 Bullock, Slaughter B., 1865, A Guide to the Agreement of 22133

A Guide to the Slaughter B. Bullock Agreement, 1865

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the Library of Virginia
Accession Number 22133


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Accession number
Slaughter B. Bullock Agreement, 1865
Physical Characteristics
1 leaf
Physical Location
Personal Papers Collection, Acc. 22133

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Preferred Citation

Slaughter B. Bullock Agreement, 1865. Accession 22133. Personal Papers Collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Lent for copying by Katherine L. Bullock, 8 June 1943.

Biographical/Historical Information

Slaughter B. Bullock was born 17 February 1813 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, to James (1760-1836) and Sarah Bullock (1775-1842). He married Louisa W. Vaughan (b. 1819) 23 March 1837 and they had 8 girls and 2 boys. Bullock was a farmer in Spotsylvania County, then in the 1850s, he moved his family to Hanover County, Virginia, where he continued to farm. After the Civil War, he began work as a carpenter. Slaughter B. Bullock died 2 March 1883.

Scope and Content Information

An agreement, dated 17 June 1865, between Slaughter B. Bullock (1813-1883) of Hanover County, Virginia, and his former slaves, in which Bullock pays wages and provides board for his former slaves in return for their labor.