The Virginia Gazette

October 31, 1771. Number 1057. Page 3, Column 2

FREDERICKSBURG, October 24, 1771.

RUN away from the Subscriber, in April last, a dark Mulatto Woman named HANKEY, alias HAGAI SEXTON, between two and three and twenty years of Age, about five Feet high, has long black curled Hair tied behind, remarkable bow Legs, and is very talkative; she had on, when she went away, a cross barred Pompadour Ground Stuff Gown, an Osnabrug Shift and Petticoat, and an old dressed Gauze Cap. She was born in Caroline County, is well known about Port Royal, at which Place she has several Times been seen since her Elopement, and in July last was entertained at the Plantation of Mr. John Micou in that County, but has since left that Place, and is supposed to be gone towards Williamsburg. Whoever brings her to me, or secures her in any Jail, and give me such Intelligence that I may get her again, shall have THIRTY SHILLINGS Reward, and all reasonable Charles allowed.