The following is a copy of the inventory of James Glen’s estate, dated February 1782:
The slaves listed above are: Daniel, Jenny, Diley (Delce), Mourning, Jude Nancy and Lucy. The slave named Harry is no longer present, and some of the names appear different than they did when James Glen first brought them. However, the change may have been a decision made by their owner, who certainly had the authority and power to do so. It also appears that James Glen’s wife, Patience Glen exercised that authority and power on May 10, 1785 when she and John & Timothy Coe’s uncle, Timothy Coe had the slave named Jude (Judea) appraised. Even though, a record showing that Timothy Coe brought Judea, couldn’t be found. The belief is that he did.