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Memorandum of an agreement between
William Waters of Clarendon in the County of 
Brunswick and State of North Carolina.
The said William Waters agrees to employ for
one year on his plantation in the town of 
Clarendon in the County and State aforesaid
the following named freedmen
John Waddell Robert Waddell Monroe McRae
William Waddell Robert Williams James Hall
Junius Veil Ben Davis Shafer Hooper John
Bryan Charles Hall George Davis Edmund
Hill Lewis Waddell Richard Waddell Handy
Bryan Joseph Hall John Allston June Green
Israel Walker Sandy Swan Sanger Hill
Richard Hill Frank Hall (female) John (Refugee)
Bill Toomer John Hall Rachel McGuin
Peggy Waters
The said Waters agrees to furnish the said Freedmen without expense to them, the land seeds ^[[and]] tools requisite for the Employment of the freedmen, also sufficient quarters for themselves and families while employed
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