Photograph submitted by Bobby Bayles

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This the deed for a sale of slaves in Union Parish:

Two (2) slaves were bought by my Great-great-grandfather, a girl named "Dianah"
and a boy named "Martin," for the sum of $1525.00 on December 22th, 1852.
Wiley Cook gave these same (2) two slaves to William McC. Moore and his new bride,
Elizabeth Cook, for a wedding present. Both deeds are recorded in the courthouse at
Farmerville, Union Parish, Louisiana.

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