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1834 Nov Case Number 82 - Rachel, a woman of color v. Walker, William
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Series - Freedom Suits
Year - 1834
Term of Court - Nov
Case Number - 82
Plaintiff - Rachel, a woman of color
Defendant - Walker, William
Action - Trespass, assault & battery, false imprisonment
Verdict - Freedom Suit - Plaintiff won case and freedom. Decision may have been reversed on appeal.
Office - St Louis City Circuit Court Clerk
Court of Record -
Case Type - Civil
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Action Notes -
General Notes - Rachel, mulatto woman aged 20 years, claimed by T. B. W. Stockton, U. S. Army officer, Fort Snelling, Minnesota; took her to Michigan Territory; son James Henry born; both sold to Joseph Klunk; later sold to William Walker; Missouri Supreme Court appeal.