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Monticello (Jefferson's home) during the Levy period 1834-1880s

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Re: Monticello (Jefferson's home) during the Levy period 1834-1880s

Posted: 29 Apr 2013 2:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Carey, Cary
The 1867 Personal Property tax of Albemarle lists Jack Carey "at Monticello". The 1870 census shows his wife was Ann ---. There was an Ann --- who was a former slave of Uriah Levy at Monticello (1853+ birth records). Fleming Carey was a former slave of Judge Alexander Rives at neighboring Carlton Farm (Culpeper Freeman's records). Fleming Carey moved back to the Monticello area by 1870 census from culpeper. (He is two away from Joel Wheeler in 1870 census). He was a brother of Jack Carey so Jack Carey and Willis Shelton at Monticello were from neighboring Carlton Farm owned by Alex Rives and both married ladies at Monticello.
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