Note: 1) "The Maryland Gazette 1727-1761," by Karen Mauer Green (Frontier Press, Galveston, 1989) p.17,23,31. (1) 1745, 6 Sep: Stephen Higgins at the head of South River reported a runaway mulatto man, a fiddler player. He formerly belonged to Dr. Charles Carroll of Annapolis. (1) 1746, 15 Apr: Stephen Higgins, at the Head of South River, reported a runaway mulatto fellow, thought to be concealed by a Negro fellow pretending to be his father, who belongs to Daniel Carroll of Marlborough, who lived a Quarter Beyond Bell Town. (1) 1747, 3 Feb: Stephen Higgins reported a black horse strayed from him at the Head of South River, near one of William Chapman's Quarters, next to London-Town.
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