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About the Slave Data Collection

Records kept by the slave owner are frequently the only clue to our ancestors, particularly during the period 1619-1869. We have designed this site to assist the African-ancestored researcher throughout the Diaspora to find a path to the last slaveholder or the suspected last slaveholder. 

The site is also designed to assist descendants of slaveholders and other researchers, to share information they find with any slave reference in records including, but not limited to: 

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Bible Records
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Birth Records
Census Schedules
Church Records
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Court Records
Day Books/Logs
Death Records
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Inventories
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Marriage Records
Military Records
Miscellaneous Records
Plantation Records
Pension Records
Run-A-Ways
Slave Owners
Slave Sales
Tax Records
Wills

 
How to Contribute Slave Data

  • Online: Use this form. If you experience any problem, send by email.
     
  • E-mail: Send document as an email attachment in plain text or as a Word document to slavedata@afrigeneas.com
     
  • Postal Mail:

    AfriGeneas ~ African Ancestored Genealogy
    1496 Soaring Pointe NE
    Marietta, GA 30062

    ATT: Slave Data Collection Editor

 


 
9 May 1999 :: 28 Mar 2010
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