William Dover Jenkins
1858

Inventories & Appraisements Vol. F pg. 425
[Glynn County Probate Court]

By 1858, the slaves of Thomas Dover that were left with William D. Jenkins were whittled down to 42 from 74.  Seven of those 42 were freed sometime before William's death, those 7 were:  Peggy, Matilda, Nannetta, Elvira, Jane, Georgianna, and Robert who were living in Freetown, Massachusetts.

Family of 3 Negroes $1000

Toby $300, Mary & Amy $700

 

Family of 8 Negroes $2102

Old May $100
Charlotte $102
Edy $650
Joe $400
Cinda $400
Amnity? $350
Isabella $200
Nannetta $100

Family of 11 Negroes $4675

Lit. George $450
Patty & infant $500
Patoers? $900
Sukey $600
Daniel $700
Thomas $600
Rachael $400
Dave $200
Charles $175
Henry $150

One man named Jupiter $100

Family of 7 Negroes $4205

Renty $500
Israel $900
Clarissa $300
Neptune $900
Abram $900
London $750
Lit. Israel $450

Family of 5 Negroes $2150

Betty $600
Elizabeth $700
Victoria $300
Hetta $300
James $250

 

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