For sale by Cheney, Boonsboro, 1830
PUBLIC SALE. WILL be sold at public sale, on Thursday the 11th day of November next, at the late residence of Robert Cheney, deceased, two miles west of Boonsboro', on the Turnpike road—
All the Personal Estate
of said deceased, Consisting of Horses, Cows, Sheep & Hogs, about 1600 bushels of Wheat, 400 bushels of Rye and 800 bushels of Corn, by the bushel; Hay by the ton; two Wagons, one Cart and one Sleigh—Ploughs, Harrows, Wheat Fan, Horse Gears and other Farming Utensils—Also, Household and Kitchen Furniture, amongst which are Beds and Bedding, Mahogany Tables, Bureaus and Side Board, Chairs, two Stoves with Pipe—one Shot Gun. Also
4 Black Men and 1 Boy,
and many other articles. Sale will commence at 9 o’clock on said day, and continue from day to day until all is sold, when due attendance and a reasonable credit will be given.
Slaves, Western Maryland
Western Maryland, 1800-1864