Genealogy: Index of Names in Newspapers

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Index to Slave Names Mentioned in this collection of 18th-20th century newspapers:

Part One: Slaves with Surnames, Unnamed Slaves with Owners' Surnames; then alphabetically, slaves whose first names only are found.

Part Two: Alphabetically, slaves whose first names only are found, continued.

? (Unnamed "Negro child")

? (Unnamed "likely negro man," age 18)

George

George (with unnamed wife & children)

Hannah

Hannah

Harry

Henderson

Henrietta

Henry

Henry

Henry

Henry

Horace

Irene

Isham

Isham

Jacob

James

Jefrey

Jim

Jim

Jim

Jimmey

Joe

Joe

Joe

John (article does not specify that he is a slave)

John

John

John

John

Juba

Judy

Jupiter

Lavinia

Len

Lewis

Lewis

Lima

Lince

Louis or Luey

Louis

Louisa

Lucy

Lucy

Martin

Mat

Milly

Moll

Molly

Morgan

Mose (former slave)

Moses

Nane (& her 3 unnamed sons)

Nathan, 2

Nelson

Pheby

Pompey

Prince

Rhody

Rose

Salley

Sam

Sam

Sarah

Seser

Sophia

Spencer

Suck (This may be the same individual as Suky, below.)

Suey

Suky

Susan

Susser

Sylvia

Tab

Tim

Tom

Tom

Tom

Tucker

Vina

Washington

Wesley

William

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