Various Slave Records

This page is to combine those records where only a few slaves were named.  Many families only owned one or two slaves, mainly for farm help.  Most of the times when the children in the family came of age, slaves were not needed, as the children could work.  Also, many farms were not plantations, some were cattle ranches where only a few hands were needed for rustling and butchering, others were lumber lands [mainly after the Civil War though], and the majority were just subsistence farmers, those growing what they needed to survive.

 

ARMSTRONG, Robert  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 41 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated about 1819; A negro fellow Abram $5.00 or $500, to be given to John Lamb, son of Celia Lamb.


BRYAN, Absolam from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 28 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 8 July 1815; one negro man named Calep valued at $300.


CARTER, Job T.  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 317 [Glynn County Probate Court]; recorded 24 August 1836; One Negro man Frank $500.


CHILDERS, Martha  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 318 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 1 November 1836; Jack $200, Dick $1100, Jerry $1100, Aaron $1100, Walker $800, the preceding were all listed as men.  Rachael and two children Jack & Walla $1600, Sarah & three children Silvy, Mahala, Sarah $1200, Polly and two children July & Samby $1200, Pam Laten? $800, Sally $200, Caly [woman] $350, Lulias [boy] $625.


COOPER, Louisa  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 416 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 2 January 1843; Received of Mrs. Louisa Cooper the wife of Charles C. Couper deceased, the following four negroes Linda and her 3 children Emline, Jacob, and Solomanon, in full demand by Robert R. Downes, the husband of Mary Couper daughter of Louisa and Charles Cooper.  [Note:  The surname was spelled Couper and Cooper within this document.]


DART, Anna (Crenshaw) from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. F pg. 289 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 29 September 1855 [date of will]; bequeathed to Rachael Matilda Harris a Negro woman and man, Judy and Sandy and all Judy’s future issue.  Bequeathed to Anne Eliza Harris a Negro man named Ansil and Negro boy named Allonza.  Both girls were the daughters of Lewis W. Harris and Isabella Matilda Clubb.


DART, Dr. Cyrus  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 49 [Glynn County Probate Court]; no date, possibly 1810-1820; Jim $300    Hendrick $250    Caly $250    Betty $200    Atto? $100    Tippo $100    Catharine $100.


DART, Urbanus  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. E pg. 86, 131 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 12 January 1847; 9 January 1849; property held in trust with U. Dart to be divided amongst four remaining heirs.
    On 12 Jan. 1847 one has just come of age, John C. Moore, the other three are Moses B. Moore, Ellen Moore, and Samuel B. Moore.  Lots were made from 1-4, and Sarah Ann Dart, a disinterested person was called to pick a number from the hat for John C. Moore's lot.  She drew lot number 1 which consisted of Tilla $400, Sam $100, Thomas $125, and Louisa $50 for a total of $675.  Each share was to be valued at $687.50 so John received an additional $12.50.
        On 9 January 1849, Ellen M. Moore was now married, her lot contained Ben $325, Betty $324, Joe $225 and she is to pay the other shares $22.33 1/3 and $47.33 1/3 leaving her share at $805.33 1/3.


FOREMAN, Glover  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. E pg. 300 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 29 January 1853; Annis & children Ginney, Raman, Amey, Sophia $2300.  Jane & children Abzina & William $1300.  Andrew $900, Nance $700.


GRANT, Hugh Fraser  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. E pg. 313 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 1 March 1849 Hugh owed J.H. Couper monies and deeded property and the following slaves Summer, Molly, Nancy, Flora, Tency, October, Patience, Liddia, Summer, Rince.


GRANT, Robert  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. E pg. 36 [Glynn County Probate Court]; recorded 7 February 1845; negro boy Ager[?] $500, Mulatto Tom $450, negro man Isaac $25, negro woman Mary $50, Mulatto girl Patty $600


HARRIS, John  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 164 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 21 August 1827; Phillis $300, Choe $300, Tom $250, Mary Ann $225, Ann $150.


HARRISON, Elizabeth  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pgs. 343 & 344 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 7 October 1837; Jim a negro man $650, Tamer a negro woman $75, Albert a boy $550.  In her will dated 28 May 1837, Elizabeth left a negro fellow named Jacob to her grandson James Gowen, also a negro woman Eve and her issue plus two boys George and Moses to her grandson Barny B. Gowen.


HARRISON, Thomas F. from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 28 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 15 February 1830; George $500    Ben $100    Sary $350    Hester $350    Henry $225    Patience $250    Silvy $100    Minda $100    Carolina $100    Harry $400    Clarissa $350    Amy $300    Anck? $175.


HIGGINBOTHAM, Samuel from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 28 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 13 February 1830; Jack $500    Cloe $500    Liras? $250    Luck $150    Betsey $125    Hester $100    Juliet $350    Wilson $120.


HILL, John C.  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 41 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated about 1819; One Negroe man named Ceasor $450.


HUSTON, William  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 189 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 20 June 1826; Peter $450, Violet $150, Catherine $300.    A later inventory on page 290 lists Peter at $500, Violet at $100, and Catherine at $350.  They were divided into Lots for William's wife Sarah, Lot No. 1 included Peter, Lot No. 2 Violet and Lot No. 3 CatherineSarah Huston received Lot No. 1, Isaac Huston Lot No. 2, and Mrs. Mary Bell Lot No. 3.


LAWRENCE, Athelston D.  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 42 [Glynn County Probate Court]; no date found possibly 1810-1820;  Dick $500    Peter $500    Billy $500    Brutus $500    Junus $450    John $300    Sam $100    Abram $100    Ketty or Retty? $450    Henny $400.


LITHGOW, Robert  Inventories & Appraisements 1792-1809 pg. 16 [Microfilm at Bwk. Library]; dated 31 December 1802; Abraham $250, George $250, Cudjoe $250, Kate $400, London $450, Joe $200, Hagar $30, Jeany $20, Paul $150, Old London $250, Caesar $200, Daphne $200, Sam $450.
        Jack, Peter, Molly, Dinah, June, Cato, Hesther, Primus, Pussy $1750


LORRIE, William  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. E pg. 291 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 13 November 1852; Beck a woman $400 and Nancy a girl $350.


MANGHAM, James C.  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. E pg. 108 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 18 December 1847; man Fortune $500; woman Margaret $400; child Sarah $100; man Abitt $350; man Charles $600; man Bill $600; man Bram $60; woman Eve $250; boy Isaac $250; girl Phillis $150; girl Sophia $400; child Mary $100; woman Mary $150; woman Rose $100; woman Daphne $1?; man Castor $2?.


MATTHEWS, Rev. Edmund  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 167 [Glynn County Probate Court]; no date, possibly 1810-1820;  Bella    Ishmael    Peter    Sylla    Charlotte    Mary Ann    Kate    Peggy    Sally    Rose    Richard    Nelly    James    William    L. Mary Ann    Flora    Jane    Salena    Dick    Phoebe    Ben    Dolly    Milly    Chloe    Sampson    Abraham    Rose    Ishmael    Bristow    Martha    Tom    Frank    Bina.  Totaled at $8700.


MAY, John  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 390 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 27 November 1839; John $900, Marcus $700, Hanable $600, Dressy? $700, Elsey $600.  [Note there are two page 390s, this is the second one].


McLEOD, John W.  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 261 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 5 May 1832; Simon $200, Sampson $200, Abraham $200, March $400, Patty $200, Dorcus $350, Harriett $350, Charlotte $200, Barbara $350, Harriett $300, Philis $200, Patty $150, Harry $100. 
        A later inventory lists Simon at $50, Sampson at $150, Abraham at $50, Old Patty $100, Darcus and child $600, Molatta Harriet & 2 children $900, Charlotte $500, Barbara & 2 children $800, Harriet & child $600, Phillis $500, Patty $400.  March and Harry were not listed on this inventory dated 25 December 1840 which was found on page 392.  [Note:  there were two page 392s, this is the second one].


MILLER, Dr. Frances E.K.  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 342 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 12 February 1838; One negro man Jim $750, one negro boy Nero $500, one negro girl Catherine $350.


MOODY, Robert  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 317 [Glynn County Probate Court]; Recorded 24 August 1836; Ambrose $600, Frank $600, Nat $800, Simon $600, Milley $300, Mary $600, Hannah $600, Bess $600, Patience $600, Elisa $500, Tom $350, Mingo $300, Joe $300, Charles $275, Caty $275, John $200, Bella $200, Abraham $150.


MORGAN, John  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 39 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 18 October 1817; One Negro Castor $350.


MORGAN, Joseph  Inventories & Appraisements 1792-1809 pg. 12 [Microfilm at Bwk. Library]; dated 19 November 1801; Negroes in possession of Sol.? Morgan 1 male Jim $500, 1 woman Pindonee? $400, 1 girl Tinar $400; Negroes in possession of David Hall [or Hill?] 1 man Stepney? $500, 1 woman H[illegible] $450; Negroes in possession of Joseph Morgan 1 boy Jack $400; Negroes in possession of Moses Harris? 1 woman Missy? $450, 1 boy Jim $0, 1 girl Fanny $200, 1 girl Bell? $150; Negroes Willd to Elva Pikerd? 1 woman Judy $450, 1 woman Venus $200; Negroes in possession of John Lamberth? 1 woman Hagar $450, 1 woman Ginny $450, negro children from Hagar $325.


MORGAN, Susan  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 399 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 1 December 1838; one negro woman Silvey $600, one negro woman Phibs[?] $200.


MYERS, Mary  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 5 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 22 January 1811;  One Negro Fellow Ceasar $450 and one negro Hanny[?] $150.


NICOLAU, Pascal  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. E pg. 23 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 7 December 1844; a man Francis $75, a man Baltus $150, a man Makia $300, a boy Peter $350, a woman Martha $300, a boy Lewis $150, a girl Nancy $100, a woman Mariah $300, a girl Jenny $75, a girl Elizabeth $200, a boy John $200, a boy Morris $150, a man William $350.
        In his will, Pascal requested that his woman Silvy / Silvie and a boy Joe be freed for their services to him during his illness.  The accounting shows a payment to Silvy of $3 for passage to Savannah.


ONEIL, Mrs. Sibia  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 342 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 11 May 1838; Drassie a negro wench $600 and Ely a negro wench $400.


PALMER, Dempsey B.  Bill of Sale dated 25 September 1862, Savannah, Chatham Co., Georgia; Henry H. Floyd sold to Dempsey B. Palmer in consideration of $3000 Tom aged about 19 years, his wife Silvy aged about 16 years and her child Lincon aged about 2 years.
        This family can be found in the 1870 Glynn County Census as Thomas [age 30 years] from Africa and Silvy Floyd [age 28 years] of Georgia, the child Lincon was not found.  Also in the household were Lucinda age 9; Andrew 4; William 2; and Neptune possibly 3.  This family is living near Samuel Ladson Myers whose wife was Harriet Palmer the sister of Dempsey.  There was also a 38 year old Robert Floyd living a few houses away from Thomas Floyd.
        The 1880 Glynn County census has a 35 year old Thomas Floyd with a wife named Charity aged 23, a daughter Nora 1 year old; a son Lincoln 19; and two step daughters Jennie and Charlotte Slaten who both appear to be 4 years old.  Silvy may have died by 1880.  This family was not found in the 1900 Glynn Census.


PALMER, Martin  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pgs. 139-140 [Glynn County Probate Court]; will dated 17 July 1822; one negro man named Peter valued at $100.


PAYNE, William from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 21 [Glynn County Probate Court]; According to his will dated 22 January 1816, William's daughter-in-law, Susannah Louisa Osmont, was to inherit 3 slaves to wit:  Caty, Hamlet, and Peter.  An interesting item within the will stated where William wanted to be buried, on his lot #26 in the town of Brunswick.  From searching deed records, we learn that this is a water and bay lot, wonder if his wishes were followed?


PENNINGTON, Nathan  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 23; according to his will dated 30 July 1817; six negroes to his nephew Nathan Pennington viz. Jim & Ann??? his wife with their four youngest children.  To his nephew Howel[?] Short[?] of Oglethorpe County Georgia one negro boy named Washington.  To his nephew Nathan Short one negro boy named Sam.


POWELL, Martha  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 39 [Glynn County Probate Court]; will dated 18 October 1815; Jack $600    Celia $500    Cajoe $275    Hector $250    Tom $700    George $500    Sophia $450    Eliza $600.
    George
& Eliza were to go to James Moore and his wife Sohpia.
    A slave named Joe was to go to George AbbottJohn Morgan, the reputed son of Joshua Morgan by Mrs. Frysel/Frissee? was to get Cudgo.
    Sophia
& her child Hector were to go to Cyrus Dart's daughter Eliza Anne.
    The wife of George Abbott, named Mary, was to receive the rest of the estate, real and personal.

[On 25 October 1814, George Street of McIntosh County sold Celia and Jack to Mr. James Powell of Glynn County.  Along with them were sold Bellue, Tim, and Charlotte.  These slaves were given to George by deed of gift from Gen. Lachlan McIntosh to Mr. Hampten McIntosh and conveyed to George on 13 April 1807.  On 11 January 1819 Celia and her husband Jack were reported as missing with a $200 reward for their return to the estate of Martha Powell:

TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS' REWARD—Absented from the plantation of James Moore, last, a Negro Wench, named CELIA, and on the 11th January following, a Negro man, named JACK, both belonging to the estate of Mrs. Martha Powell, deceased.  Fifty dollar's reward will be given for the apprehension of each or either of said Negroes on delivery to one of the subscribers and all reasonable expenses paid.  As it is believed said Negroes have been inveigled or stolen from the premises aforesaid, further proof to conviction of the offender.
            Celia is about thirty-five years of age, African born, speaks rather bad English, and in a very peculiar manner; but is otherwise smart and shrewd.  On being spoken to, she has the singular habit of throwing up her head with a disdainful air.  Jack, her husband, between forty and forty-five years of age, about five feet eight inches high, steady and sedate in his manners, one upper tooth lost, and some country marks.  Both of said Negroes, it is believed, are branded on the breast with the letter M.

LEIGHTON WILSON
JAMES MOORE Executors on estate
GEO. ABBOTT Mrs. Powell
Glynn County, February 7, 1819—-17


PILES, John  from Will Book G pg. 29 dated 23 May 1858 Half Moon Bluff:  Gib (male) $450; Jeff (male) $500; Dick $600; Charles $650; Bill $850; Adam $950; Sam $950; Lewis $950; Simon $950; Bill (boy) $600; Salina (girl) $400; Baker (old) $5.


PRITCHARD, James H.  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 151 [Glynn County Probate Court]; will dated 25 June 1822; To his sister Sarah his negro wench Jenny.  To his sister Ann his negro fellow Tom.  To his brother Robert everything else real and personal.
    From a list dated 17 January 1826, were the following:  Jinny $400    Simon $150    Lenor $50.


PRITCHARD, Richard  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 38 & 163 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 16 January 1817; Tom $550    Cloey $450    Nancy $500    Amy $350    Primus $350    Lancaster $250    Lit. Amy $200    Jacob $175    Patty $100.
    Another listing has Tom $600 & Patty $250 Lot No. 1 drawn by Sarah Pritchard
    Amey $275 & Lancaster $400 Lot No. 2 Robert Pritchard
    Primus $600 & Lit. Amey $350 Lot No. 3 Ann Pritchard
    Jenny $500 & Simon $150 Lot No. 4 James Pritchard
    Cloe $500 & Jacob $300 Lot No. 5 John Harris on behalf of his wife Mary.


PUTNAM, Charles E. from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. F pgs. 77-78 [Glynn County Probate Court]; One of several men who formed a relationship of love with a slave woman and together had a family.  Charles wanted his wife and children to be freed from slavery upon his death by any means legally feasible, of course, by this time, the laws in Georgia would not allow manumission via estate, however, there are always loopholes.
            In his written will Charles desires that “a woman named Cis and her children, Alexander, Scott, Eveline, Benjamin, and Ann Sophia, and whereas she has another son named Thomas, who is now in Ohio and whereas all these persons, except Cis are my own children, and I feel it to be my duty to them to protect and support them, so far as the laws of the land especially the laws of the state of Georgia will allow (which I have not the slightest desire to violate in any respect and request that my will shall be interpreted as having been made with an intention to conform thereto), and I am now desirous of giving my directions concerning them, and the property real and personal I may leave…”  It was almost as if he wanted to prove to Cis that he would free her but also express that the laws shouldn’t be broken, for which said laws prohibited manumission in this way.


RATCLIFF, Martha  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. E pg. 104 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 26 October 1847; a man Jack $600; a boy Larry $500; a boy Tom $375; Doll & child $600; a woman Sal $525; a girl Jenny $375; a girl Juda $200; an old woman Juda $250; a boy Stephen $200; a girl Emaline $150; a boy Isaac $125.


RATCLIFF, William B.  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 399 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 18 May 1841; one woman named Annis $450, one girl named Clarisa $350, one boy named Sam $350.  [Note:  There are two page 399s, this is the second one].


ROGERS, James C.  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. F pg. 289 [Glynn County Probate Court]; James left two children, Susan Elizabeth and Cullen Albert Rogers, who were under the care of George W.L. Hall.  The estate was filed in Glynn and Telfair County, suggesting that James lived mainly in Telfair and the children only came to Glynn to live with their guardian; census records confirm that James and the kids were living in Telfair since 1830 up until the time of his death prior to September 1857.
            George W.L. Hall drew three Negroes, Oby a boy, Edja a girl, and Green a boy all valued at $1800.00.
            Susan E. Rogers drew four Negroes, Adaline a woman, Mary a girl, Tom a boy, & George a boy all valued at $1350.00.
            Cullen Albert Rogers drew three negroes, Lydia a woman, Dorcas a girl, & Isaac a boy all valued at $1600.00; thus making Cullen owe Susan $16.66 and George owing her $216.62 in order to make the shares an equal $1583.33.  This division of slaves took place in Telfair yet the children were living in Glynn County.


RUMPH, David  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg.  [Glynn County Probate Court]; no date, possibly around 1815-1820; 1 Negroe Man Will $400; 1 Negroe Man Sass $400; 1 Negroe Man Nide $450; 1 girl Hannah $350; 1 girl Lide $300; 1 Olde woman Judy no value.


RUMPH, Jacob  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 415  [Glynn County Probate Court]; 29 April 1842; negro man Fortune $250, negroe woman Luzianer $225, negro man Ned $225


SANDERS, John  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 7 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 24 January 1810; Negro Men:  Peter $350 & Sandy $400.  Negro Women:  Hannah $150, Ether & Elvira $600.


SHELTON, Samuel W. from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. F pg. 287 [Glynn County Probate Court]; bequeathed to son James B. Shelton a Negro man named Jim who was to be given to James immediately upon Samuel’s death to replace a slave that was sold.  Also, and this is an odd request, his slave Banister was to be sent to New Orleans and sold under the conditions that he never be brought back to the state of Georgia by any owner and that if he was found in Georgia that said owner had to forfeit the slave unto the Shelton family for them to resell and the proceeds to go to the Methodist Episcopal Church in New Orleans.  I’m not sure how this could legally be carried out but more importantly, what was the reason for the conditions of this sale?


SMITH, Elisha  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 145 & 146 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 17 April 1824;  everything was left to his wife Neomy and sons William, Matthew & James.  1 Negro man George $300; 1 Negro woman Mary $300; 1 Negro boy Bill $225.


STAFFORD, Joshua  Inventories & Appraisements 1792-1809 pg. 18 [Microfilm at Bwk. Library]; dated 5 May 1803; Bob $400; Moody $300; Gabriel $350; Judy $350; Ranger $350; Doll $400; Flora $300; Phillis $30; Little Phillis $330; Jeffry $300


THOMAS, John from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 31 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 16 August 1815, sale at Belivider of all remaining property by order of McIntosh Inferior Court.  Capt. Bright Baker "bot" at said sale:  Cass, Harriet, Cooper, Eliza, and Nelly one family at $700.  Also, Sussex $125 and Moses $105.


TOMS, James  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 391 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 29 March 1840; one negro woman Silvy $500 and one negro woman Febe $200.  [Note:  There are two page 391s, this is the second one].


TOUCHSTONE, Daniel  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pgs. 2 & 3 [GCPC]  dated 14 April 1810; 1 negro fellow Dick $550, 1 negro fellow Glasgow $375, and 1 negro girl Hester $400.  According to his will, Daniel left everything to his wife Annis and their children Rebecca, Lewthany[?] & Catherine.  His will was written on 15 November 1809 and in it he stated that Annis was pregnant, and if the child should be born living, it would inherit equally.


TURNER, Benjamin from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 25 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 6 June 1818; 6 Negroes to his children Patience, Betsy[?], Matthew, Penny[?], Jane, Henry, Annie, Mariana[?], and Jonathan.  Those negroes being John, Tom, Nancy[?], Toby, Bob, and Cheny.
   
Inventory listing:  Tom $600    John $550    Harry $500    Tabby & her child Bob $750.


TUTEN, Rigdon  from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 393 [Glynn County Probate Court]; 14 March 1840; woman Judy $500, boy William $300, girl Isabella $250, boy Moses $150, girl Sue $100.  [Note:  There were two page 393s, this is the second one].


WRIGHT, Rebecca from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 29 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 29 August 1815.  Adam $500, Bella $400, Cassus $100, and Haga $200 [latter two being children].


WRIGHT, Samuel from Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pg. 164 [Glynn County Probate Court]; dated 11 July 1828; George $450, Nan $400, Sally $350, Hager $350, James $300, Casius $300, Susy $100, Pricilla $350, Simon $350, Cloe $150, Banger $150.


 

 

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