Inward Slave Manifests for the Port of New Orleans
Roll 1, 1818-1820

Transcribed by Dee Parmer Woodtor, PhD


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Note: Please read the introduction. Same Entry = same shipping information as that in the previous entry. Entry # refers to the number assigned to each transcribed manifest. Therefore, the sequence on the microfilm edition will be the same as the sequence in this transcription. Page numbers are not used. Again, the port of destination is always New Orleans. Hint: Search for a particular entry using the "find" function on your browser.


ENTRY #1

Port: Charleston    

Brig: Adventine  

Master: John

Lugeol?   

Date: 9 March 1807

Shipped by: James Gordon TO:  Hugh Young or Mr. Thomas in

his absence

Slaves

A New negro man with a collar round his neck with Hugh Young

writ upon it

Freight: $30.  (Note this is a slave being brought in prior

to January 1, 1808, the date the act was to take effect. 

This man is presumably a slave from Africa being transported

from Charleston to New Orleans.  "Freight" or cost of

transport is normally not indicated.)


ENTRY #2 Port: New Orleans to Bay of St ┘. Louis Schooner: Thomas Shields Owner: J. H. Hawkins, New Orleans Date: June 1819 Slaves: Simon m 26 5-11 All Black Grace? f 34 5-8 Hannah f 28 5-9 Oliver m 14 5-0 Nancy f 13 5-0 Lucy f 4
ENTRY #3 Port Mobile Sch Elisa M: George Cullough D: 28 May 1819 O: Frances Henries of New Orleans Slaves Tolbert m 22 5-7 mulatto
ENTRY #4 (See also #53) Petersburg Brig Planter M:Nathaniel P. Wilkinson 19 Feb 1819 O: Francis H. Hoyer, Norfolk VA Slaves Henry m 40 5-6 All Black Isaac m 24 5-7 Peter m 34 5-9 Mundavis? m 37 5-4 Patty f 22 5-0 Randall m 4 3-9 Sinah Jr. f 26 5-2 Daniel m 2 2-2 Leroy m 3mos Tinah Sr. f 40 5-5 Manuel m 3 2-7 Hannah f 14 4-6 Betsy f 18 5-4 dark Polly f 12 4-5
ENTRY #5 Norfolk Brig Planter of Petersburg M: Nathaniel Wilkinson D:19 feb 1819 O August Gerard of New Orleans Slaves Ira m 21 5-6 all black Davis m 14 4-7 Fanny f 18 5-5 Dilcey? f 13 4-7
ENTRY #6 Baltimore Brig Temperance M James Beard D:12 Dec 1818 O, S: Stephen Watts Wikoff ╦ of Louisiana Consignee: Thos David Ungerhart, New Orleans Slaves Richard m 25 5-6 all black unless indicated Mary f 19 5-6 Eliza f 20 4-6 Maria f 12 4-6 Ellen f 10 4-6 Henry i 3mos mulatto Harris m 4 2-2 John i 3mos mulatto Levin m 21 5-7
ENTRY #7 Baltimore Brig Temperance M :James Beard D: 9 Dec 1818 O,S: David Anderson of KY C: Hector, McLean & Co, New Orleans Slaves Ned Williams m 21 5-4 All black unless indicated George m 24 5-7 William m 22 5-10 Ellis m 19 5-4 yellowish Rachael f 24 5-7
ENTRY #8 Same ENTRY as before O, S: Austin Woolfolk of Ga C: Hector, Mc Lean & Co., New Orleans Slaves Philip m 24 5-7 black John m 40 6-0 mulatto Sophy f 23 5-2 pale black William (Sophy's child) m 1 pale black
SAME ENTRY #9 O,S: Guy Duplantier C: A. Choppin, New Orleans Slaves James m 5 3-5 black Charles m 30 5-5 pale black
SAME ENTRY #10 S: Lafitte Barthe & Co., (John Lafitte Jr. of Baltimore) O: A. Dufau, New Orleans Slaves Dick m 25 5-10 black Sam m 25 5-7 yellow ╦
SAME ENTRY #11 S: Jacquin & Poumairat of Baltimore (John Poumairat) O: Antonio Alvares Da Cruz, New Orleans Slaves Aaron m 25 5-9 dark yellow
SAME ENTRY #12 S: Jacquin & Poumairat of Baltimore (John Poumairat) C: Francis La Ville, New Orleans Slaves: Hannah f 36 5-6 dark mulatto
ENTRY #13 Charleston Sch Satellite M: J. F. Fields 29 Jan 1819 O, S: William Drayton by Charleston Agent: J. M. Dart Slaves Ceasar m 18 5-5 black
ENTRY #14 Same ENTRY O, S: William Pritchard Slaves Lewis? m 32 5-4
#15 Savannah Sch Elizabeth M: E. H. Delano Modification of manifest #16: Squire and Polly ran away before leaving Savannah
#16 Savannah Sch Elizabeth M: Harper Delano 11 Jan 1819 O, S: Gerard Morris Slaves Judah f 46 4-12 yellow Ella(o)nder f 16 5-0 yellow Caty f 9 4-3 black Betty f 11 4-6 black #16 Continued Wimmeny? f 7 3-5 black Liatha f 18 5-4 black Sisly f 16 5-1 black Mary + child f 19 5-5 yellow Eady f 27 5-3 black Biner f 18 5-6 yellow Sam m 40 5-10 black ╦ Jacob? m 25 5-5 black Godfrey m 16 5-2 black Moses m 14 4-9 black Squires m 22 5-8 black Pollydere? m 21 5-5 yellow David m 3 2-7 black Bob m 11 4-0 black Note: "Squires" & "Pollydere" are probably the same Squire and Polly noted in the previous manifest as runaways. The name Wimmeny is possibly Quamena.
#17 Mobile Sloop James M John Regan or Pigeon 17 Feb 1819 S: John E. Brooks O: John G. Kleck, New Philadelphia? Slaves No name f 14 5-2 Negro
#18 Baltimore Sch Missouri M: Robert Hart 25 Feb 1819 O, S: Margaret Lewis of New Orleans Slaves Kitty f 19 5-1 light black Amy f 17 5-2 light brown
#19 Mobile Sch: Little Sally M: Joseph Galata 25 Feb 1819 O: David Murchison of Monroe Co. Al Slaves Hannah f 26 5-4 all black Gem? m 18 5-10 Peggy f 6 3-8 Tony m 3 3-3
#20 Baltimore Sch Missouri M: Robert Hart 1 March 1819 O,S: John Gilmore, Alabama Territory Slaves Maria f 33 4-9 black Paul m 13 4-4 black John m 7 3-10 yellow
#21 Same ENTRY O,S: John Gilmo ╦re, Alabama Territory Slaves Charles Hare m 33 5-10 yellow Rachel Hymes f 16 5-3 black Pheebe f 17 5-4 pale black Sam m 35 5-6 black Jacob m 6 4- black Charlotte f 26 5-4 pale black #22 Same ENTRY O: John Marrash of Norfolk Slaves Robert m 15 4-6 all black Stephen m 16 5-4 Milly? f 13 4-5 Nancy f 11 4-4 #23 Petersburg Brig Planter M: N. Wilkinson D: 18 Feb 1819 O?: Joseph Grand, New Orleans Slaves Nelly? f 20 5-3 black Tom m 17 5-6 mulatto Shadrack m 20 5-11 dark mulatto #24 Same ENTRY: 10 Feb 1819 O: James Thorburn Slaves Reuben m 18 5-3 mulatto Wilson m 18 5-3 mulatto Sam m 17 5-0 black Prosphirous? m 42 5-6 black Anthony m 5 3-5 black Clary f 25 5-0 black Betty f 23 5-1 yellow Minerva f 17 5-0 Becky f 19 5-1 Natty f 19 5-2 Judith f 13 4-8 Emory f 14 4-10 Priscilla f 15 5-1 Netty f 15 4-8 #25 Same ENTRY O? Thomas Martin & James Reynolds C? Jackson & Reynolds, New Orleans Slaves Sam Brown m 35 5-3 black Mallichi m 35 5-7 black Robin m 21 5-1 black Paul m ╦ 20 5-11 black Jos Anderson m 22 5-2 yellow Mary Ann f 22 5-3 mulatto #26 Same ENTRY 13 Feb 1819 O,S?: Jos Isnard, New Orleans Slaves Eliza f 11 5-10 black #27 Baltimore Ship Missouri 2 March 1819 O, S, C: Moses Little Slaves Jim m 30 5-6 all black unless indicated Joshua m 22 5-9 George m 13 4-? Isaac? m 20 5-10 Joseph m 24 5-12 Ned m 34 5-7 mulatto Robert m 22 5-9 mulatto Harriet f 16 5-0 Rose f 20 5-2 Child of Rose f 3 2-11 Mareen f 16 5-1 Armemento? f 16 5-1 not indicated #28 Same ENTRY 2 March 1819 O: Alexander Robb S, C: Moses Little Slaves Hannah f 19 5-0 bright black Fenson, child of above bright black Adam? m 13 4-11 mulatto #28.1 SAME ENTRY O: Joseph Andrews, Louisiana S,C: Moses Littell Slaves Edward m 14 4-9 Mulatto #29 Same ENTRY O: Henry Thompson C: P. C. Wederstrandt Slaves Moses m 20 5-0 Negro #30 Same ENTRY Part Owner, S, C: Hugh Mulhocan, Louisiana Slaves Dave m 23 5-6 Blackish Jan m 16 5-3 blackish Liza f 17 5-2 dark copper Dido? f 30 ╦4-9 blackish w/ scar on her right cheekbone and lame in right leg Henry son of Dido m 2 2-7 #31 Norfolk Sch James Monroe M: John Hopkins 4 March 1819 (Landed 5 May 1819) O? P. Comdery Slaves John Kelly m 21 5-8 black #32 Same ENTRY O?: John Nadaux, New Orleans Slaves Jacob m 10 4-2 black #33 Same ENTRY O? Abel Lewellyn of Norfolk Slaves Dick m 22 5-5 dark mulatto #34 Same ENTRY O?: John Hester of Norfolk C?: Dr. Hermann of New Orleans Slaves Daniel m ? 4-3 black #35 Same ENTRY O?: Robert Farmer of Norfolk C?: Lewis Heermann, New Orleans Slaves Sam m 14 4-6 black #36 O: Thomas Martin & James Reynolds (Landed 5 May 1819) C?: Jackson & Reynolds, New Orleans Slaves Henry m 20 5-9 All black except indicated Adam m 25 5-8 John m 20 5-4 Nath m 24 5-7 yellow Feamer? f 17 5-3 Penny f 16 5-1 John m 28 5-7 #37 Same ENTRY 8 Mar 1819 O: Aug Gerard of New Orleans Slaves Rackel + her infant f 22 5-5 yellowish #38 Same ENTRY O: Rich Holstead, Norfolk Slaves Scipio m ╦40 5-7 light black #39 Same ENTRY 6 March 1819 O: William D. Coales, New Orleans Slaves Jacob m 29 5-7 yellow Venson m 19 5-7 black Jefferson m 11 4-6 black Braxton m 8 3-10 yellow #40 Same ENTRY O: Jos Grand, New Orleans Slaves Anna f 2 15-6 black Jane f 7 3-7 black #41 Mobile Slp Gen. Jackson M: James Badges 17 Mar 1919 O: James B. Bates Slaves Harry m 40 5-9 black #42 Sch James Monroe O: John Marrast of New Orleans C: C. Armae? Slaves Abraham m 45 5-4 black Bettey f 45 4-12 black #43 Baltimore Slp Commodore Patterson M: John R. Myrick 20 Mar 1819 O: Henry Thompson of Baltimore A: Captain P. C. Wedarstrandt of New Orleans Slaves Harriet f 20 5-0 Mulatto Dick m 23 5-10 Rest are Negro Peter m 25 5-11 William m 17 5-7 Peggy f 17 5-0 Jenny f 16 5-2 Fanny f 15 4-9 John m 14 4-0 #44 Baltimore Brig Clio M: William Starnsburg 22 March 1819 O, S, C: William Starnsburgh Slaves Paris m 19 5-7 mulatto, a scar on his chin #45 Same ENTRY S, C: William Starnsburg C: ╦Daniel J. Coleman Slaves James m 28 5-3 mulatto Polly f 30 5-1 mulatto, rather darker than James Fillis, child of Polly f 9 3-10 bright mulatto Matilda f 3 2-10 bright mulatto Ketty Jones f 12 4-3 yellow William King or Bill m 17 5-1 black Dary m 14 4-1 yellow Bill Blake m 40 5-8 Negro #46 Same ENTRY S: Daniel J. Coleman of Delaware 20 March 1819 Slaves William Jones m 24 5-6 black Peter m 23 5-5 black #47 Same ENTRY O, S: John S. Turner of Greensville Co. VA Slaves Daniel Briscoe m 23 5-0 yellow Emmanuel m 36 5-6 black #48 Same ENTRY O?: House of Jacquin & John Poumairat C: Francis LaVille Slaves Milky? f 13 4-4 black, has a scar over her right eye #49 Same ENTRY O, S: William Crouch, Baltimore Slaves Rachel f 20 4-12 mulatto Rooth f 11 4-5 black #50 Same ENTRY S: John W. Walker of Baltimore C: William & James Flowers, New Orleans Slaves Sarah f 16 5-0 Negro #51 Same ENTRY O,S: David Anderson of Kentucky C: Hector & McLean & Co. Slaves Liddy f 20 5-4 black Dave m 3 ╦0 5-10 chestnut #52 Brig Clio 20 March 1819 S: Henry Coalman of Maryland C:? Slaves Wm Davis m 22 5-6 black Emmeline f 15 5-1 light black #53 Norfolk Brig Planter M: Nathaniel Wilkinson 19 Feb 1819 O: Frances Hoyer, Norfolk Slaves Harry m 40 5-6 All black ? m 24 5-7 Peter m 34 5-9 Mundavis m 37 5-7 Patty f 22 5-7 Randell m 4 3-9 Sinah f 26 5-2 Daniel m 2-1/2 2-2 Leroy m 3 mos Sinah f 40 5-6 Manuel m 3 2-7 Hannah f 14 4-7 Betsey f 18 5-7 Polly f 12 4-5 NOTE: ? #54 See entries 4, 5, 23 NOTE: New Orleans custom official notes, on arrival, that manifest is correct "except that a child has been born." Slaves owned by Aug Gerard, New Orleans G. Des Roche, New Orleans Ira? m 21 5-6 All Black Louis m 14 4-7 Fanny f 18 5-5 Delcey f 15 4-7 Patience f 15 4-11 Betsey f 14 4-7 Fanny f 10 4-3 Nelly f 16 5-2 Peter m 22 5-8 Slaves owned by James Thorborn, Norfolk Reuben m 18 5-3 mulatto Nelson m 18 5-3 black Sam f 17 5-7 black Prosperous m 42 5-6 black Anthony m 5 3-5 black ╦Clary f 25 5-0 yellow Betsey f 23 5-1 black Minerva f 11 5-0 black Beckey f 23 5-1 black Natty f 19 5-2 black Judith f 13 4-8 black Jenny f 14 4-10 black Priscilla f 15 5-1 black Nelly f 15 4-8 black Slaves owned by Joseph Jerard/Gerard? of New Orleans Eliza f 11 3-10 ? Nelly f 20 5-3 Tom m 17 5-7 Shadrack m 2- 5-11 Robert m 15 4-6 Slaves owned by John Marast of Norfolk Stephen m 16 5-4 Milly f 13 4-5 Nancy f 11 4-4 Slaves owned by John Stiles of Petersburg, Consigned to Daniel C. Forrest of New Orleans Charles Kenzie m 27 5-8 Sam'l Jones? m 30 5-7 Geo Robertson m 25 5-6 Poole m 43 5-9 David Jones f 14 4-7 Scipio m 14 4-7 Jack m 13 4-3 Syrus m 10 3-12 Daniel m 12 4-5 Wm Jones m 9 3-12 Isham m 13 4-3 William m 11 3-11 Milton m 7 3-7 Lettice f 12 4-6 Sampson m 12 4-2 Lucy f 10 4-2 Polly f 4 3-2 Jane f 10 4-0 Fanny f 13 4-2 black Isabella f 10 3-12 black Parmelia f 15? 3-10 yellow Rose f 12 4-3 black Nancy f 13 4-10 black Suey? f 13 4-7 black Parmalia f? 13 4-6 ╦ black Oiney ? 10 4-1 black Polly f 13 4-7 black Jane f 35 5-2 black Polly f 24 5-2 black Minney f 23 5-6 black Robert m 5 3-1 yellow Paper fold -- unable to read next three lines Fanny f 15 4-11 yellow Patrick m 22 5-9 black Slaves owned by Thomas Martin and Jas Reynolds, Consigned to Jackson & Reynolds of New Orleans Sam'l Brown m 35 5-3 black Malache m 35 5-7 black Robin m 21 5-1 black Paul m 20 5-11 black Jos Anderson m 22 5-2 yellow Mary Ann f 22 5-3 mulatto #55 Petersburg Brig Laura Townes Nathaniel Stoodley 1 April 1819 O: Charles Ellis of Richmond by his Agent: James Thorburn of Norfolk Slaves Ned m 25 5-10 All Black Bill m 13 5-2 Anthony m 13 5-0 Jacob m 14 5-0 Dick m 12 4-8 Charles m 20 4-11 #56 Same ENTRY O?: William A. Richardson, Wilkinson County, Mississippi Slaves Moses m 26 5-6 Dark complexion Gill m 28 5-5 " Frank m 28 5-6 Black' Tippo m 23 5-9 light complexion Harley m 11 4-6 Remaining listed as dark complexion Amy f 20 5-2 Rachel f 22 4-11 Len ╦ia? f 3 3-1 Penny f 14 4-11 Betty f 9 4-0 Grace? f 9 4-1 #57 Same ENTRY O,S? Bragg & Townes by Clement Hawks Slaves Stepney m 30 5-11 black Harry m 28 5-6 yellow #58 Same ENTRY O,S? Henry Simdy(Lindy?). Hicks's & Ford, Granville County, Virginia Slaves Sampson m 40 5-11 Black complexion James m 21 5-11 " Moses m 25 5-10 " Ben m 26 5-12 " James m 21 5-6 " George m 20 5-5 Bright mulatto Billy m 20 5-4 Black complexion Stephen m 26 5-8 " Harry m 25 5-8 " Elias m 20 5-8 " Billy m 22 5-9 " John m 19 5-8 " Charles m 15 5-4 " Henry m 12 4-4 " Bill m 14 4-8 " Eliza f 22 5-4 Mulatto Ercilla f 20 5-4 " Eley? f 30 5-1 " Clary f 19 5-5 Dark Complexion Fanny f 21 5-4 " Drucilla f 19 5-6 " Silvy f 19 5-7 " Jain? f 19 4-11 " Elsa f 16 5-11 " Mariah f 20 4-11 " Ginny f 19 5-3 " Jain f 19 5-2 " Peggy f 13 4-8 " James m 20 5-11 " #59 SAME ENTRY 2 April 1819 O?: Mary Boykin, Halifax County, N. Carolina Signed by Richard Harris for Mary Boykin S ╦laves Harry m 50 5-6 All Negro except where noted Dempsey m 40 5-4 Silas m 36 5-7 Isaac m 36 5-4 Bill m 21 5-8 Sam m 19 5-1 Tom m 14 5-0 Hardy m 12 4-11 Jim m 12 4-7 Simon m 10 4-5 Daniel m 10 4-4 Neptune m 7 3-0 Richmond m 4 3-2 Robin m 4 3-3 Romeo m 2 2-5 Mulatto Charity f 8? 5-2 Huldy f 36 5-6 Charity f 30 5-4 Saml? f 21 5-1 Nanny f 16 5-5 Fanny f 10 4-3 Cate f 10 4-3 Caroline f 8 3-11 Charity f 8 3-11 Silvy f 5 3-9 Mary f 4 3-2 Tomy (suckling child) m 2 2-9 Willie m 6mos 2-4 #60 Baltimore Ship Superb M: Charles Weems 6 April 1819 O,S: David Anderson, Kentucky C: Hector & McLean, New Orleans Slaves: Charles Moody m 35 5-6 yellowish John Brown m 23 5-5 " James Hall m 25 5-8 Black William Jones m 19 5-3 Black Joshua Jenkins m 22 5-3 Black F?erris Lea m 24 5-6 Black Mary Ann f 17 4-10 " Sophia f 23 5-2 Yellowish Ferris, child of Sophia m 6mos " NOTE: Charles Moody reported missing upon landing, 29th April. #61 SAME ENTRY S: John Carrere, ╦Baltimore (Merchant shipper) C: John La_tert?, New Orleans Slaves William Mitchell m 22 5-5 Negroe #62 SAME ENTRY 5 April 1819 O,S: Austin Woolfolk, Baltimore C: John S. Turner, New Orleans Slaves Abraham Johnson m 12 or 13 4-0 Black #63 Petersburg Brig Laura Townes M: Nathaniel Stoodley 5 April 1819 O,S?: Aug W. Burges, Halifax County, North Carolina Slaves Dick m 20 5-4 Bright mulatto Cate f 25? 5-4 Negro Elick m 4 3-1 " Matilda, suckling child of Cate f 2 2-3 " Judy f 22 5-4 " Hannah f 2 2-8 " Christian f 19 5-0 Bright Negro Ephraim m 25 5-5 Negro bright Jerry m 30 5-7 Negro Frederick m 55 5-5 Negro William m 10 4-5 Bright Negro Mary f 10 4-6 Negro bright Maly(lame) f 25 5-4 Bright Negro Andrew m 30 5-9 Negro Matilda, suckling child to Christian f 1-1/2 2-3 Bright Negro Mary, suckling child to Judy f 3mos 19 check this one #64 Baltimore Ship Superb M: Joseph Weems 7 April 1819 O: John F. Lavelle (Leville?) New Orleans C: John Garnier Slaves Clarend ╦on f 12 4-9 All black Minthy f 11 4-5 Harry m 11 4-5 Abraham m 10 4-5 #65 Charleston Sch Nile Annie M:Annie Morgan 7 April 1819 (Landed 5 May 1819) O,S: Charles D. Loring Slaves John m 17 5-5 Black Bill m 17 5-7 "Class: Samba." Race was crossed out. NOTE: a line was drawn through Bill and his descriptive information. Clearance statement indicated only one slave cleared. #66 SAME ENTRY (Spelled Nyle Annie) 10 April 1819 O,S? V. Parker, Charleston Slaves Dick m 48 5-5 Black #67 SAME ENTRY 14 April 1819 O,S?: James Murphy, Charleston Slaves Jean m 20 5-6 Black #68 PORT Richmond Sch: Altezura M: Samuel Glover 4 March 1819 S: Henry King of Richmond, Virginia C: Abner Robinson, New Orleans Note: Manifest indicated that shipper for last two slaves on this manifest are: John Minye? of Charles City or Charleston & Samuel(?) Davis Paxton (see entries 69 & 70). Consigned to Henry Armistead, on board. Slaves (Males) Holladay 16 5-1 Black Dolly 21 5-4 Black George 35 5-8 Drk B ╦rown Phillis 16 5-3 Black Stephen 40 5-7 Black Easter 14 4-11 Black Spencer 6 3-7 Yellow Elsey 25 5-4 Yellow Bill 4 2-9 Yellow Peggy 7mos Yellow Sam 25 5-8 Drk Brown Rebeca 20 5-0 Light Brown Reuben 19 5-7 Black Avey? 27 5-0 Brown John 12 4-8 Black Rosetta 7 3-11 Brown Andrew 40 5-10 Black Phebe 5 3-4 Brown Moreau? 12 4-7 Black Maria 3 2-11 Brown Bob Carter 27 5-6 Yellow Matilda? 16 5-2 Yellow Henry 25 5-8 Black Hannah 20 5-1 Brown Osborn 22 5-11 Black Jenny 11 4-6 Brown Adam 41 5-9 Black Polly 27 5-3 Brown James 19 5-4 Black Betty 12 4-9 Black Entry 68 Con't (Males) (Females) Bob 16 4-11 Back Kesiah 8 4-3 Brown? Sam 17 5-7 Black Chany 6 3-11 Black William 12 4-9 Black Nanny 17 5-5 Black Amos 16 5-0 Black Lucinda 25 5-4 Yellow Tom 10 4-5 Black John 6 3-6 Black NOTE: At the English Turn - April 19, 1819 George 12 4-10 Black At New Orleans, April 22nd. Nero 11 4-6 Black John Alden, Master of the Brig Albert Andrew ll mos Brown of ╦ Portland? solemnly swears that no Sam 19 5-7 Yellow change has taken place in the manifest Franky 23 5-2 Brown after taking on board all occupants on Corbin 22 5-6 Black the Altezera which was wrecked on the George 15 4-8 Yellow Island of Abien? #69 SAME ENTRY O?: Samuel Davis of Gosport?, Virginia C:Armistead on board Slaves George m 15 4-8 Yellow Note: Same George as in last line of ENTRY #68. #70 SAME ENTRY O,S?: John Minye of Charleston City A?: Armistead on board Slaves Corbin m 22 5-8 Brown Lucinda f 25 5-4 Yellow Note: Same Corbin & Lucinda in previous manifest, ENTRY #68, 2nd & 3rd lines from bottom. #71 Savannah SCH: Caroline M: James Saville 21 April 1819 O:Jonathan Montgomery Slaves Edward m 12 4-6 Mulatto #72 Baltimore BRIG: Clio (See #'s 44-52, 90) Landing 27 April 1819 No manifest attached. Captain of ship indicated that one slave was taken out. #73 Norfolk & Portsmouth BRIG Calypso of Boston M: Elijah Beale 3 April 1819 Note: Manifest contains 148 names. ╦ Slaves owned by Augustin Pugh, Bertie County, North Carolina Caroline? m 50 5-10 Black Easter f 35 5-4 Black Rose f 18 5-3 Bright Minna f 11 4-4 Black China f 7 3-6 Bright Frank m 3 3-0 Bright Danias f 40 4-9 Black Jasper m 25 5-6 Black Sandy m 12 4-8 Black Broomwell m 40 5-5 Black Bill m 12 6-8 Black Mustapha m 5 3-4 Black Gabriel m 2 2-6 Bright Delah f 19 4-10 Black? Sabrina f 1 Bright Pat f 50 5-2 Black Willis m 11 4-7 Black Peter m 7 3-11 Black Silvy f 60 4-11 Bright John m 23 5-7 " Minerva f 10 4-7 Bright Jack m 18 5-7 " Louisa f 17 5-0 " Sarah f 12 4-7 Black London m 7 4-2 " Eliza f 5 3-9 " Rachel f 20 5-1 Black Vicey f 6 3-12 " Joseph m 4 2-8 " Solomon m 1 2-9 " Matilda f 6 3-8 " Robin m 12 4-0 " Jacob m 45 5-5 Bright Fanny f 20 5-7 Black Turner m 1 2-6 " Milly f 10 4-7 " Davey m 60 5-1 " Dick m 55 5-6 Bright Sarah f 45 5-2 " Nelson m 18 5-5 " Tom m 7 3-10 " Thoene? f 22 4-9 " Granville m ╦ 5 3-6 " George m 3 3-6 Black Mary f 11 3-11 Black Rhoda f 5-0 2-5 Ferriby f 18 5-2 Black Penney f 16 5-2 Black Essex m 10 4-8 Black Tom m 7 4-1 Black Pat f 45 5-4 Black Hannah f 33 4-9 Mulatto Daniel m 9 4-2 Bright Milly f 7 3-12 Bright Johnny m 5 3-5 Bright Slaves owned by Samuel T. Barnes, Halifax County, North Carolina Zuca/Zaca? f 3 2-10 Bright Anthony m 10mos 2-4 " Penney f 25 5-6 Black Welles m 6 3-9 Black Mary f 2 2-9 Mulatto (Barnes #73 con't.) Harriet f 16 4-12 Black Malowa/Malvina? f 1mo Mulatto Aggy f 25 5-2 Bright Judy f 25 4-10 Bright Priscy? f 10 4-3 Bright Nancy f 42 4-11 Mulatto Carus m 21 5-5 Black Adalina f 6 3-11 Harry m 35 5--7 Black Isaac m 25 5-7 Negro Thomas m 48 5-8 Negro November m 45 5-9 Negro George m 40 5-6 Negro Tim m 45 5-6 Bright Coach m 55 5-3 Black Anthony m 25 5-10 " Ned m 23 5-6 " Elijah m 21 5-8 " Moses m 19 5-6 " Washington m 19 5-3 Brigh Boris m 35 5-7 Bright Jack m 19 5-1 Black Cambridge m 14 4-9 Bl ╦ack Jacob m 13 4-9 Bright Davy m 12 4-2 Jim m 12 4-8 Black Allen m 12 4-5 " Willey m 11 4-5 " Philip m 7 3-10 " Rowland m 6 3-8 " Isaac m 4 3-4 " Granville m 15 4-8 Mulatto Milly f 8 4-0 Black Doll f 33 6-1 Black Holland m 38 4-10 Bright Molly f 21 5-1 Bright Matilda f 15 5-2 Bright Penny f 21 5-4 Bright Judy f 20 4-8 Bright Nancy f 55 5-3 Bright Anna f 18 4-12 Bright Jenny f ? 4-5 Bright Sarah f 7 3-8 " Emily f 7 3-9 Black Lavinia f 6 3-5 Black Edwin m 3 2-11 Mulatto Chloe f 4 2-11 Black Molly f 2 2-6 Black Alonzo m 2 2-6 Black Henry m 2 2-2 Black Madison m 2 2-5 Mulatto Monroe m 1-1/2 2-0 Bright Sarah f 1 2-3 Black (Barnes #73 con't) Rachel f 31 5-1 Black Mary f 9 3-11 Bright Jim m 5 4-0 Black Bryant m 2 3-1 Black Adalina f 7 3-12 Black Slaves Owned by Benjamin Ballard (See entry #100) Abner m 35 5-7 Black Ben m 37 5-7 Black Silvy f 35 5-4 Black Alfred m 18 5-6 Black Richmond m 16 5-2 Black Easter m 15 5-1 " Sam m 9? 4-3 ╦" Ritter f 7 4-2 " Eaton m 7 4-2 " Orvin? m 6 3-6 Bright Scilla & suckling infant f 21 5-4 Black Henry,child to Scilla m 4 3-2 Black Minerva f 16 5-4 Mulatto Penny f 52 5-1 Black Matilda & suckling infant f 25 5-7 Black Polly & suckling infant f 22 5-6 Black Beck f 11 4-9 " Solomon m 22 5-6 " Isaac m 25 5-6 " Charles m 25 5-2 " Harvey m 19 5-6 Mulatto Luke m 6 3-7 Black Mose m 24 5-6 Bright Beck & sucklin infant f 21 5-3 Black Nancy f 52 5-1 " Harriet f 11 4-8 " Peter m 10 4-3 " Robin m 50 5-7 Mulatto Rose f 17 5-5 Black Chloe f 22 5-4 " #74 Wilmington (NC) SCH Delight M: James R. Lark 13 Jan 1819 O,S: David Mitchell & Co., Wilmington Slaves Jim Kidder m 53 5-11 Negro (Class) #75 SAME ENTRY O A. F. McHull of Wilmington Slaves David m 21 5-10 Negro #76 Charleston BRIG Angelina M: John P. Chazal 17 Dec 1818 O: See last column for names of owners. All listed residence as Charleston. NOTE: This manifest is badly damaged. It ╦also appears to be out of order. The year on the manifest was written as 1818. Slaves Frances f 25 5-1 All Black Henry D. Hill Ned m 30 5-8 ? Carver Warrick m 60 5-10 J. H. Merritt & James Henry or Harvey Dick m 25 5-11 Jerome? Brown __cette m 30 5-9 J. Brown Hannah f 23 5-2 J. S. Barker & J. Sanford Sarah f 12 4-1 E. L. Horry Sam m 25 5-10 Jonas? Taylor Tombella? m 30 5-4 Jonas? Taylor Chance m 22 5-2 H. Lubbock Charles m 22 5-4 Mordecai Cohan? #77 SAME ENTRY 5 Jan 1819 Note: Badly damaged, Signatures and owner's names can't be read. 5 slaves but none named except Hannah. #78 Baltimore BRIG Emilie M: Benjamin Godfrey 5 Jan 1819 O,S: David Anderson C: Hector, McLean of New Orleans Slaves Stephen m 24 5-5 Dark Sam m 24 5-3 Dark Frank m 23 5-6 Bright Mulatto Perry m 22 5-6 Mulatto Charles m 21 5-6 Mulatto Nelly f 15 5-8 Dark Lucy f 18 4-11 Dark Nancy f 22 5-4 Bright Mulatto Sarah, child of Nancy f 2 Mulatto Eliza f 10 4-4 Yellow Thom ╦as m 8 3-11 Yellow Carolina f 6 3-6 Yellow Emeline f 4 3-2 Yellow Moses m 1 Yellow Frank Boyd m 28 5-6 Mulatto Nelly f 14 4-10 Yellow Caroline f 10 4-10 Dark Dinah f 6 3-2 Mulatto #79 SAME ENTRY 5 May 1819 O,S John C. Weddenstrande C: Richard Relf Slaves Susan f 16 Black #80 SAME ENTRY 4 Jan 1819 O,S? William H. Levells, Baltimore C: Hector, McLean & Co., New Orleans Slaves Maria f 23 4-11 Yellowish #81 SAME ENTRY 5 Jan 1819 O,S Henry Thompson C: M. Lakahart Boyart? Slaves David m 22 5-10 Negro #82 Petersburg BRIG Planter M: Nathaniel Wilkinson O,S? John Stiles, Petersburg C: Daniel A. Towns?, New Orleans Slaves Charles McKenzie m 27 5-8 All Black, unless indicated Sam Jones m 30 5-7 Geo Robertson m 25 5-6 Poole m 43 5-9 David Jones m 14 4-7 Scippio? m 14 4-7 Jack m 13 4-3 Syrus m 10 3-12 Daniel m 12 4-7 William Jones m 9 3-12 Isham m 13 4-3 William m 11 3-12 Milton m 7 3-7 Lettice f 12 4-6 Sampson m 12 4-2 Lucy f 1- 4-2 Polly f 4 3-2 Jane f 10 4 ╦-6 Fanny f 13 4-2 Isabella f 10 3-11 Parmelia f 10 3-12 Rose f 12 4-5 Nancy f 13 4-10 Lucy f 13 4-7 Parmilia f 46 Yellow Viney? f 10 4-7 Polly f 13 4-7 Jane f 35 5-2 Polly f 24 5-2 Winney f 23 5-6 Robert m 5 3-1 Yellow Mason m 37 5-7 Dark Lucy f 37 4-10 Dark Sally f 27 5-3 Dark Fanny f 15 4-11 Yellow Patrick m 22 5-9 #83 Mobile SCH Washington M: L. Chandler DATE? O,S? Lewis Gordyn (Judson), Mobile Slaves Rebecca f 15 5-0 Negress #84 Mobile SLP Decatur M: A. Heartt 3 Feb 1819 S W. H. Robertson Slaves l girl(no name) f 9 3-8 Bright Negro #85 Richmond? SCH Bangor Packet, Bangor ME M: Steven Perkins 3 Feb 1819 O,S? Ja P. Wilkinson, Cumberland Virginia Slaves Rebecca f 17 5-3 Black #86 SAME ENTRY 21 Jan 1819 S Abner Robinson, Richmond C: William Kenner?, New Orleans Slaves Note: This is a very long list. Females are listed first, then males. The usual "f" and "m" are not used. FEMALES Steller 16 4-12 Brown Mariah 16 4-12 Brown Susan 18 5-3 Mulatto E ╦lizabeth 14 5-3 Brown Bekkey 24 5-4 Black Ede 20 5-? Black Polly 30 4-11 Brown Betsy 16 5-1 Brown Peggy 16 5-3 Brown Anney 25 4-11 Brown Milley 30 4-11 Brown Jenny 20 5-3 Black Lucinda 25 5-3 Brown Mary 25 5-4 " Rachal & infant child 25 5-2 " ? 12 4-6 " Louisa 7 3-8 " Dolly 10 4-3 " Ede 11 4-4 " Nancy 10 4-2 " Kersey? & infant child 30 5-1 " Hannah 13 4-9 Black Fanny 25 5-2 " Caralen & infant child 23 4-11 Mulatto Franky 10 4-5 Black Louisa 11 4-6 Black Fanny 7 3-9 " Christiana 8 4-0 " Sarah & child 21 4-11 Brown Susan 13 5-1 Black Peggy 12 4-6 Brown Emmaline 10 3-5 Brown Jane 2 2-7 Brown Sarah 12 4-8 Black Mary 2 2-6 " Cora 3 2-3 " Milley 3 3-0 " Franky 37 5-4 Brown "Her child not on the manifest" Lucy 25 5-4 Brown Polly 11 4-6 " Nancy 22 5-6 " Mariah 15 5-4 MALES Billy 27 5-5 All listed as Black unless noted Jordon 21 5-11 Richard 24 5-10 Ben 35 5-7 Armistead 24 5-5 Michale 26 5-6 Jesey? 24 5-6 Joe ╦19 5-3 Benn 27 5-5 Aron 45 5-5 Yellow Ned 22 6-0 Yellow Richard 25 5-11 " Bristol 35 5-3 " Willis 18 5-4 " Dick 14 4-11 Henry 14 4-12 Brown Dick 15 4-11 Billiard? 17 5-5 Peter 12 4-8 Armsted 10 4-2 Hill 12 4-6 John 10 4-2 Yellow Seller? 9 4-2 Yellow Whitfield? 12 4-7 Tom 12 4-7 Peter 12 4-6 William 10 4-2 ??? 10 4-2 ??? 7 3- Yellow Dudly 7 3-9 James 40 5-6 Ben 8 3-9 Harry 6 3-3 John 4 3-4 Chester 3 2-8 Sam 3 2-8 Jack 45 5-6 John 50 5-4 Peter 5 3-4 Yellow George 4 2-9 Yellow Robert 13 4-12 Isaac 24 5-7 Robert? 13 4-12 Yellow Daniel yellow George 20 ?-11 Yellow Peter 23 5-7 Billy 18 5-3 Mulatto Burrell 19 5-? Mulatto July (f) 25 4-2 Mulatto Ivery (f) 18 4-11 Mulatto Caroline (f) 30 4-11 " Clary (f) 17 5-2 Brown Simon (m) 35? 5-8 #87 Norfolk SCH James Monroe M: John Hopkins 5 March 1819 O,S: Mrs. Frances Brown A: John Cox Slaves Nancy f 33 5-4 Bright Mary Ann f 9 34 Bright Sophia f 7 36 Bright Rachel f 24 5-0 Black Matilda f 3 2-10 Blac ╦k Frances m 1 Black Nelly f 15 5-? Mulatto #88 Baltimore Slp Missouri M: Robert Hart 2 March 1819 O,S Thomas Shields Slaves Jane f 9 4-4 Mulatto #89 Petersburg BRIG Planter M: Nathaniel Wilkinson 9 Feb 1819 O,S? Groll? Des Roches Slaves Patience f 15 4-11 All Black Betsey f 14 4-7 Fanny f 10 4-3 Peter m 22 5-8 Milly f 16 5-2 #90 Baltimore BRIG Clio M: 20 March 1819 O,S: David Anderson, KY C; Hector McLean Slaves James Johnson or Hall m 23 5-9 Henny Harris f 16 5-3 Hannah Stuart f 17 5-1 NOTE: Changes recorded by the New Orleans Customs Officer follow: James Johnson or Hall does not ? in the ? . Birth of one child reported as only change from original manifest. #91 Charleston Brig Angelina M: John A. Chazal 19 March 1819 Owners appear next to color column. All of Charleston. Slaves Tema? m 30 5-7 Yellow John Safer? Sam m 23 5-10 Black Simon Mozell? Hazell? ? m 22 5-8 Yellow George W.Rice Jack m 20 7 Black George W. Rice Steve m 24 5-10 Black ╦ """ Jim m 20 6-0 " """ Jack m 18 5-8 " """ William m 13 4-5 Mulatto """ Mary & child f 32 5-3 Yellow Hugh M. Daniels Maria f 23 5-2 Black Hugh M. Daniels Marley m 26 5-3 Black George W. Rice #92 Mobile Sch Rose in Bloom M: Joseph Perry 7 April 1819 O,S?: L. E. Bouston(Bourton?), Mobile M: Joseph Perry Slaves Joseph Keston m 9 3-11 Black Milton? #93 Mobile SLP Decatur A. Heart 13 April 1819 O: William Carrion or Carron or Carrilon Slaves Bob m 55 5-6 Black #94 Baltimore SLP Missouri M: Robert Hart 2 March 1819 O: James K. Cook Slaves Agnes f 13 4-10 Black Milly f 25 5-9 Mulatto Henny f 16 4-11 Black Patty f 32 4-11 Black Sarah Ann f 8 3-10 Black Delphy f 4 2-4 " William m 13 4-5 Mulatto Bill Booth m 22 5-5 Mulatto Thomas m 15 5-0 " Robert m 33 5-8 Black Charles m 2 2-7 Black Randal m 6 3-9 " #95 SAME ENTRY O,S John H. Barrow, Baltimore Slaves Joe m 17 5-7 Copper #96 Petersburg Brig Laura Townes M: Nathaniel Stoodley O? John F. Saville, N ╦ew Orleans Slaves Charles m 11 4-4 Black #97 PORT? Bangor Packet, Bangor M: Steven Perkins 26 Jan 1819 Note: Owners appear next to color column Slaves Boston m 21 5-2 All Black A. Gerard, New Orleans Chloe m 23 5-2 " " Aga? f 12 4-5 " " Mary f 5 3-2 " " Rebecca f 17 5-2 J. P. Wilkinson #98 NOTE: This manifest repeats the same information as in ENTRY #97 except that Rebecca is not entered on the manifest, indicating that a separate manifest had been completed for her by Wilkinson. This manifest is probably the one appearing in #85 above for Rebecca. #98.1 (See #73) Norfolk Brig Calypso M: John Hopkins 2 April 181 Slaves owned by Augustin Pugh, Bertie County, North Carolina Carolina m 50 5-10 Black Easter f 35 5-4 Black Rose f 18 5-3 Bright Minerva f 11 4-4 Black China f 7 3-6 Bright Frank m 3 3-0 Bright Danias f 40 4-9 Black Jasper m 25 5-6 Black Sandy m 12 4-8 Black Bromwell m 40 5-5 Black Bill m 12 6-8 Black Mustapha m 5 3-4 Black Gabriel m 2 2-6 ╦Bright Delah f 19 4-10 Black? Sabrina f 1 Bright Pat f 50 5-2 Black Willis m 11 4-7 Black Peter m 7 3-11 Black Sylvy f 60 4-11 Bright John m 23 5-7 " Minerva f 10 4-7 Bright Jack m 18 5-7 " Louisa f 17 5-0 " Sarah f 12 4-7 Black London? m 7 4-2 " Eliza f 5 3-9 " Rachel f 20 5-1 Black Vicey f 6 3-12 " Joseph m 4 2-8 " Solomon m 1 2-9 " Matilda f 6 3-8 " Robin m 12 4-0 " Jacob m 45 5-5 Bright Fanny f 20 5-7 Black Turner m 1 2-6 " Milly f 10 4-7 " Davey/Danny?m 60 5-1 " Dick m 55 5-6 Bright Sarah f 45 5-2 " Nelson m 18 5-5 " Tom m 7 3-10 " Thomas f 22 4-9 " Granville m 5 3-6 " George m 3 3-6 Black Mary f 11 3-11 Black Rhody f 5-0 2-5 Ferriby f 18 5-2 Black Penny f 16 5-2 Black Essex m 10 4-8 Black Tom m 7 4-1 Black Pat f 45 5-4 Black Hanah f 33 4-9 Mulatto Daniel m 9 4-2 Bright Milly f 7 3-12 Bright Jonny m 5 3-5 Bright Slaves owned by Samuel T. Barnes, Halifax County, North Carolina Zuca f 3 2-10 Brigh ╦t Anthony m 10mos 2-4 " Penny f 25 5-6 Black Welles m 6 3-9 Black ? f 2 2-9 Mulatto Harriet f 16 4-12 Black Malvina f 1mo Mulatto Aggy & child f 25 5-2 Bright Judy f 25 4-10 Bright Prissy f 10 4-3 Bright Nancy f 42 4-11 Mulatto Carus m 21 5-5 Black Adaline f 6 3-11 Harry m 35 5--7 Black Isaac m 25 5-7 Negro #99 Norfolk SCH James Monroe M John Hopkins 8 March 1819 O,S: Thomas Lee of Norfolk TO: Mr. Miller Saves Charity f 40 5-5 light black #100 Norfolk & Portsmouth BRIG Calypso of Boston M: Elijah Beal 23 April 1819 O,S Benjamin Ballard, formerly of Halifax, North Carolina NOTE: written in right margin is the following: "The owner of these slaves is moving to the parish of St. Landry near Opelousas where he has purchased land and intends settling and is not a dealer in human flesh." Slaves Abner m 35 5-6 All listed as "Negro" except where indicated Ben m 37 5-7 Sylvy f 35 5-4 Alfred m 18 5-7 Richmond m 16 5-2 Easter f 13 5-1 Sam m 9 4-3 Ritter f 7 4-1 Eato ╦n m 6 3-6 Irvin/Orvin? m 4 3-4 Negro, Bright Scilla & suckling child f 21 5-4 Negro Henry child to Scilla m 4 3-2 Negro Minerva? f 16 5-5 Mulatto Penny f 52 5-1 Negro Matilda & suckling child f 25 5-7 Negro Polly & suckling child f 22 5-6 Negro Beck f 11 4-9 Negro Solomon m 22 5-8 Bright Negro Isaac m 28 5-6 Negro Charley m 25 5-2 Negro Harry m 19 5-6 Mulatto Luke m 6 3-7 Negro Mose m 24 5-6 Bright Negro Beck suckling child f 21 5-3 Negro Nancy f 52 5-1 Negro Harriet f 11 4-8 Negro Peter f 10 4-3 Negro Robin m 50 5-7 Mulatto Rose f 17 5-5 Negro Chloe f 22 5-4 Negro #101 Norfolk & Portsmouth BRIG Calypso Elijah Beal 2 April 1819 O: Samuel Thomas Barnes of Halifax County, North Carolina. (See 73 & 98.1) "The owner of these slaves is moving to La. to settle and is not a dealer in human flesh." Slaves Thomas m 48 5-8 Negro November m 45 5-9 Negro George m 40 5-6 Negro Jim/Tim m 45 5-6 Bright Negro Coach m 55 5-3 Negro Anthony m 25 5-10 Negro Ned m 23 5-6 Negro Elijah m ╦21 5-8 " Moses m 19 5-6 " Washington m 19 5-3 Bright Bowe/Bores? m 35 5-7 Negro Jack m 19 5-1 Negro Cambridge m 14 4-9 Negro Jacob m 13 4-4 Bright Negro Davy m 12 4-2 Bright Negro Jim? m 12 4-8 Negro Allen m 12 4-5 Negro Wiley m 11 4-5 " Phillip m 7 3-10 " Roland m 6 3-8 " Isaac m 4 3-4 " Granville m 15 4-8 Mulatto Milly m 8 4-0 Mulatto Doll f 33 5-0 " Holland? f 21 4-10 Bright Negro Molly? f 21 5-0 Negro Matilda f 15 5-1 " Penny & child f 21 5-4 " Judy f 20 4-8 " Nancy f 55 5-3 Anna f 18 4-12 Ginny f 9 4-5 Sarah f 7 3-8 Emily f 7 3-9 Lavinia f 6 3-5 Edwin m 3 2-11 Mulatto Chloe f 4 2-11 Negro Molly f 2 2-6 " Alonzo m 2 2-5 " Fanny/Henny? f 2 2-11 " Madison m 2 2-5 Mulatto Monroe m 1 2-0 Mulatto Sarah? f 1 2-3 Rachel f 31 5-0 Bright Negro Mary f 9 3-11 " " Jim m 4-0 Negro Bryant m 2 3-1 Negro Adalina m 7 3-12 " #102 Norfolk & Portsmouth BRIG Laura Townes of Petersburg 2 April 1819 Slaves owned byWilliam A. ╦ Richardson, Wilkinson County, Mississippi Moses m 26 5-6 Dark Gill m 28 5-5 Dark Frank m 28 5-6 Black __sso? m 23 5-9 Light Hasty m 11 4-5 Dark Any f 20 5-3 Dark Rachal f 22 4-11 " Levinia f 3 3-1 " Penny f 14 4-11 " Betty f 9 4-0 " Anace f 9 4-1 " Slaves owned by Jas Thorburn, Norfolk Ned m 25 5-10 All Black Bill m 13 5-2 Anthony m 13 5-0 Jacob m 14 5-0 Dick m 12 4-8 Charley m 20 4-11 Slaves owned by C. Hanks of Petersburg Stepney m 30 5-12 Black Harry m 28 5-6 Yellow Slaves owned by Henry Lindy of Greensville?, Virginia Sampson m 40 5-11 All Black except where indicated James m 21 5-11 Moses m 25 5-10 Ben m 26 5-11 Jamey m 21 5-6 George m 20 5-5 Mulatto Billy m 20 5-4 Stephen m 26 5-8 Harry m 25 5-8 Elias m 21 5-8 Billy m 22 5-9 John m 19 5-8 Charles m 15 5-4 Henry m 12 4-4 Bill m 14 4-7 Eliza f 22 5-4 Mulatto Ercella f 20 5-0 Elcey f 30 5-1 Clary f 19 5-5 Dark Fanny f 21 5-4 " Priscilla f 19 5-6 " Silva f 19 5-8 " ╦ Jane f 19 4-12 " Maria f 20 4-12 " Ginny f 19 5-3 " Jane f 19 5-2 " #102 con't. Peggy f 13 4-8 " James m 20 5-11 " Elsa f 16 5-0 " Dick m 20 5-3 Bright Cate f 23 5-4 Black Eleck m 4 3-1 " Judah f 22 5-5 " Hannah f 2 2-0 " Christian f 19 5-0 Bright Ephraim m 26 5-5 Bright Jerry m 35 5-7 Black Frederick m 55 5-5 Black Slaves owned by Aug M. Burges, Halifax, North Carolina William m 10 4-5 Bright Mary f 10 4-6 Bright Mealey f 25 5-4 " Andrew m 30 5-9 Black Matilda, child to Cate f 2 2-3 Black Matilda, child to Christian f 1-1/2 2-3 Bright Mary, child to Judy f 5mos 1-9 Bright? Slaves owned by Harry Boykin, Halifax, North Carolina Harry? m 50 5-6 All Black unless noted otherwise. Dempsey m 40 5-4 Silas m 36 5-7 Isaac m 36 5-5 Bill m 21 5-8 Sam m 19 5-1 Tom m 14 5-0 Hardy m 12 4-11 Jim m 12 4-7 Simon? m 10 4-5 Daniel m 10 4-3 Neptune m 7 3-10 Richmond m 4 3-2 Roden m 4 3-3 Romeo m 2 2-5 Mulatto Charity f 36 5-2 Balance on list are ╦listed as "Negro" Huldy? f 36 5-6 Charity f 30 5-4 Soul? f 21 5-1 Nanny f 16 5-5 Fanny f 10 4-3 Cate f 10 4-3 Caroline f 8 3-11 Charity f 8 3-11 Silvy f 5 2-9 Mary f 4 3-2 Tony suckling child m 2 2-1 Willis m 6mos 2-4 Slaves owned by S. F. Laville, New Orleans Charles m 11 4-4 Negro #103 Mobile SCH Eagle M: Pierre Bromillard 4 June 1819 O,S: Charles O. Laranjean?, Mobile Slaves Hannah f 13 4-4 Black Note by Customs Official: 6 & 7 May/ I have delivered and seen landed all the within slaves except one boy by the mame of Charles being the last one described on the manifest, 11 years old, 4 feet 2 inches high, the ___ has not been cleared. The Negro boy landed." #104 Mobile SCH Rose in Bloom M:Joseph K. Perry 31 May 1819 O John B. Harper Slaves Jackson m 14 4-7 Black INWARD SLAVE MANIFESTS JULY-DEC 1819 #105 PORT? SHIP Weton? M: B. J. Jenkins 22 Dec 1819 O Austin Woolfolk C: Hector McLean, New Orleans Slaves Jenny? f 14 4-0 Dark #106 Baltimore SHIP Franklin M: ╦ Wlm Graham 27 Nov 1819 S: David Williamson, Baltimore C: Henry Somerville, New Orleans Slaves Amie f 17 5-4 Black #107 SAME ENTRY O,S? John Yelser or Yeiser, Baltimore Slaves Suke f 34 5-2 Black Anette f 18 5-3 Yellow Mary f 10 4-6 Yellow Decatur m 7 3-7 Copper Emily f 1-infant Copper Henry Garret m 44 5-7 Copper Frank m 7 3-9 Black Mary f 20 5-5 Yellow NOTE: Henry Jameston or Garretson "...found absent" on port declaration upon arrival at New Orleans. A line is drawn through his name on the manifest with "deserted" next to his name. #108 Mobile SCH Sea Dog of Baltimore M: Wm Tucker 16 Nov 1819 O,S? John Brandt? of New Orleans/Arrived and cleared at Port St. John 21 Nov 1819 Slaves Jim m 40 5-5 Mulatto Milly? f 35 5-0 Negro Rose f 11 4-6 Mulatto #109 Bay St. Louis SCH Eliza M: John Dalaney 19 Nov 1819 Note: Port of New Orleans was crossed out O/S: Listed next to color column. All owners residing in New Orleans Slaves Jona? m 13 4-9 Mulatto Frederick Lewis George m 1 ╦5 5-1 Mulatto Frederick Lewis Catherine f 5-1 Black V.? Oliver #110 Norfolk SCH James Monroe M: John Hopkins 20 Oct 1819 O,S Henry Blanchard, Louisiana Slaves Fanny f 40 5-5 Yellow Jack m 11 4-3 Yellow Bill m 11 4-2 " Sally f 14 5-2 Black #111 PORT Laura Townes of Petersburg M: Samuel Gerrick 26 Oct 1819 O,S? Joseph Marx, Richmond C: Benjamin Storey, New Orleans Slaves Ralph m 26 5-7 Black #112 SAME ENTRY O,S? John Cox, Norfolk TO: Samuel Paxton, New Orleans 26 Oct 1819 Slaves Priscilla f 22 4-9 Yellowish Rachel f 9 3-8 Black Tom m 2 2-6 Black NOTE: Rachel and Tom listed as "Priscilla's children." Sam m 18 5-9 Mulatto Josiah m 11 4-9 Mulatto John m 22 5-9 Yellowish NOTE: Next to Rachel & Tom (in left margin) names Israel & Sam are written. Transcription of Customs Inspector's Statement 21 November 1819 Inspected ___ of the within named slaves (unreadable) found the description of them within correct. The two children mentioned Rachel and Tom are not to found on ╦ board, but in lieu of them are two of different names which correspond with the descriptions of Rachel and Tom. John aged 22 years is not on board." #112.1 SAME ENTRY Note: This manifest is a duplicate of previous manifest, but without the names of Rachel and Tom. The following frame notes: "Landed all except John who was not on board." #113 Baltimore BRIG Emilie M: Benedict J. Jenkins 21 Aug 1819 O,S W. Saml Hollingsworth, Baltimore c: Richard Relf? Esq., New Orleans Slaves Dennis m 39 5-10 Negro #114 SAME ENTRY S Henry E. Coalman C: Isaac L. McCoy Abraham Brown m 27 5-7 Light Black Negro #115 SAME ENTRY O,S David Anderson of Kentucky C: Hector, McLean & Co. Frank Wood? Woort? M 23 5-6 Mulatto #116 NOTE: The following is a transcription of a document used to clear slaves traveling as servants. See #118 for manifest. Hancock Co., State of Mississippi: Be it known that this the 28 day of July 1819 personally appeared before me George? Shines? Esq one of the justices of ╦ the Peace in and for the said County Robert Saxton merchant of New Orleans who deposes that he sailed in the Schooner Elisa of Clairborne, Commander George Cullock, and that he cleared out at the Customs house New Orleans 2 Negroes, slaves named Primus and Dolly to accompany hmself and family together? where he again cleared out the same slaves for New Orleans agreable to the accompanying manifest but being taken sick on his (faded) as this (faded) the said Negroes (faded) the benefit of his health and in (faded) with the said Negroes to New Orleans soon as his health will permit. Done in the presence of the said Justice this day and date aforesaid. F. Shirress, J.P. #117 Richmond BRIG Almy of Giverton M: Gilbert Corey 9 June 1819 O,S: M.W. Hancock, Richmond :C: G. B. Moussier on board, Paul Lunnse Esq., New Orleans Slaves Nosburne m 24 5-8 All black except where indicated. Jessie m 23 5-11 Peter m 26 5-7 Jack m 22 5-3 Bormon m 33 5-8 Willshore m 28 5-6 Jeffery m 48 5-4 Dan ╦iel m 28 5-7 James m 23 5-5 Randolph m 27 5-5 Elsa f 22 5-1 Mulatto Brister m 11 4-3 William m 7 3-10 Louisa f 12 4-8 Annica f 12 4-8 Ame f 13 4-10 Betsey f 20 5-0 Sally f 40 5-1 Judith f 40 5-1 Priscilla f 28 5-1 Mulatto Mariah f 4 2--5 Harriette child light Elcy f 45 5-0 Mulatto Nancy f 25 5-1 Mulatto Beverly? m 4 2-6 " Randolph m 2 2-0 " Louisa? m? 15 4-11 Isaac m 11 4-2 William? m 6 3-8 Walt m 1 Gillet m 18 5-5 Brown #118 Mobile SCH Elisa M: George Cullock 14 July 1819 O,S Robert Saxton, New Orleans Slaves Dolly f 21 5-0 Black Primus m 15 5-0 Black #119 Norfolk SCH James Monroe M: John Hopkins 11 Oct 1819 O,S: Peter Sand, Princes Ann County, VA Slaves Moody m 34 5-8 Yellowish Robin m 26 5-8 Black #120 SAME ENTRY 12 Oct 1819 O,S? John Holton, Isle of Wight, Virginia Slaves Sam m 21 5-4 Black Note attached to manifest at bottom reads: Personally appeared before me this day, John Holton, and made oath, that the within named slave Sam is exported for ╦no fault or crime whatsoever but for having made one attempt to get off to some of the Northern states with an intention of carrying with him several more of the disonant slaves. Given under my hand this 13 day of October 1819. Jno. E. Ho___ , Mayor." #121 Norfolk SCH James Monroe M: John Hopkins 16 Oct 1819 O,S? John B. Sauvinet, New Orleans TO: J. B. La Laporte, New Orleans Slaves Tom m 20 6-2 Yellow Richard m 18 5-7 Black Phil m 27 5-9 " Cyrus m 19 5-10 " Henry m 22 5-3 " James m 21 5-5 Yellow Henry m 11 4-4 Black Judith f 26 5-1 " Samuel m 8 3-10 " Anthony m 5 3-3 " William m 2 2-7 " Laurena? f 20 5-3 Yellow Joseph m 2 2-8 Bright yellow Dicy f 17 5-2 Black Washington m 4 mos 2-2 Black Louisa f 16 5-2 " Nancy f 20 4-11 " #122 SAME Entry 11 Oct 1819 Alex Wilson, trustee to W. Pinnock, O? C: John T. Miller, New Orleans Slaves Toney m 40 5-8 Black "Having a mark on the upper lip under the right nostril and a small ? on the forehead. #123 SAME ╦ENTRY 16 Oct 1819 O,S? Robert Henley, Norfolk Slaves Suckey f 17 5-2 Mulatto #124 SAME ENTRY 18 Oct 1819 O,S? Edward Watson Slaves Sally f 17 5-0 Black #125 SAME ENTRY O,S William Bowden, Petersburg, Virginia Mary f 12 5-2 Black #126 SAME ENTRY O,S? Mrs. E. Nadaux, New Orleans signed by Frances D. Latour Slaves Flora f 50 5-3 Black #126.1 Baltimore SCH Charles M: F. R. Glavarry 10 July 1819 O Francis R. Glavarry Slaves Elizabeth f 23 4-12 Dark #127 Baltimore BRIG Emilie M: B. J. Jenkins 21 Aug 1819 S John Yeiser C: Harrod & Ogden Slaves Washington m 24 5-10 Negro Isaac m 25 5-10 Mulatto #128 Charleston SCH Thatcher M: Samuel Newes? 6 August 1819 O,S Listed in last column Slaves Lazer m 35 5-6 All black Michael Lazarous, Charleston Maria Catherine f 36 5-0 Nathaniel Jenkins Bess f 40 5-2 Nathaniel Jenkins Ned m 22 5-7 W. Mazyck Richard m 45 5-7 Alex Gilloz Rachell f 11 3-4 Jane Hasket (her mark) Tom m 35 5-4 Lewis Raux, Rouz, Reux Esq. Hester f 16 5-1 ╦ Lewis Raux Alex m 20 5-5 M. Andrew Cohn? ?? m 21 5-4 William Rouse Primus m 39 5-10 William R. Love Note: Customs statement: "Certify that I have examined the within ? and find them to agree with the descriptive list. Lazar and Maria Catherine do not agree with the owners shipping as Mr. Nathaniel Jenkins claims them." Seven Miles? Below the ??? #129 Richmond SCH Fame M: William Smith 20 Aug 1819 O,S Listed in last column Sampson m 48 5-6 All Black Consignee is Richard Young, Richmond Osbourn m 45 5-9 to L. Henderson, New Orleans John Long m 27 6-0 " " " " Billy m 24 5-9 C: Philip Hopale & Co. to: N. J. Deep & Co. #130 Philadelphia BRIG Feliciana M: Nathaniel Franklin 1 Nov 1819 O, S T. A. Morgan, Philadelphia Slaves Edmund McKenzie m 28 5-9 Black #131 SAME ENTRY O Daniel Smith, Natchez Hannah f 13 5-0 Black #132 Norfolk SCH James Monroe M: John Hopkins 18 Oct 1819 O,S Mary A. Bean, New Orleans Slaves Emily f 30 5 ╦-4 Black Eloise f 11 5-0 Yellow NOTE: E. Banauld signed for Bean #133 SAME ENTRY O,S E. Chaudion, Norfolk TO: Edward Chaudion, Mobile Slaves Rose f 45 5-3 Black #134 SAME ENTRY 20 October 1819 NOTE: Slaves are entered under their owners,/shippers names. Color designations are "Black" unless noted Slaves owned by T. & B. LaPorte, New Orleans Tom m 20 6-2 Yellow Richard? m 18 5-7 Phil m 27 5-9 Cyrus m 19 5-10 Henry m 22 5-3 James m 21 5-5 Yellow Henry m 11 4-4 Judith f 26 5-1 Samuel m 8 3-10 Anthony m 5 3-3 William m 2 2-7 Laurena f 20 5-3 Yellow Joseph m 2 2-8 Black Yellow Dicy f 17 5-2 Washington m 10mos 2-2 Louisa f 16 5-2 Nancy f 20 4-? ?? Toney m 40? 3- ?? Suckey f 17 5-2 Mulatto Slaves owned by Peter Lance/Lana, Virginia Moody m 34 5-8 yellowish Robin m 25 5-8 Slaves owned by John Hatton Sam m 21 5-4 Slaves owned by E. Watson Sally f 17 5-0 Slaves owned by William Batoden?, Virginia Mary f 12? 5-2 Slaves owned by Mary A. Bean, Norfolk Emily f 30 5-4 Sl ╦aves owned by Mrs. E. Nadaux, Norfolk Flora f 50 5-3 Slaves owned by E. Chaudron, Norfolk Rose f 45 5-3 Slaves owned by Mary A. Bean Eloise f 11 5-0 Yellow Slaves owned by Charles Blanchard, Louisiana Fanny f 40 5-5 Yellow Jack m 11 4-2 Yellow Bill m 11 4-2 " Jully? f 14 5-2 Black #135 Alexandria, D. C. BRIG Agent M: Joseph Moore 26 Oct 1819 NOTE: Names of owners/shippers appear in last column. Slaves Elexis m 22 5-5 Negro John L. Alton, New Orleans to Same Frank m 14 4-7 Negro " " Charlie m 13 4-6 " " " ? m 12 4-5 " " " Phil m 13 4-4 " " " Susan f 14 4-6 " " " _____ m 10 3-9 " " " Emanuel m 15 5-1 " " " London m 10 4-2 " " " Polly f 24 5-4 " " " Sarah f 14 5-0 " " " Basil m 14 5-0 " " " Frederick m 23 5-8 " " " Lancaster m 22 6-0 " " " Harriet f 11 4-3 " " " Hannah f 15 5-4 " " " Mary? m? 12 4-3 " " " Henry m 22 5-8 " " " Let f 25 5-3 " " " Tom m 4mos " ╦ " " " Armstead m 22 5-6 " " " Kitty f 32 5-3 " " " Ann f 10 3-11 " " " Flora f 6 3-4 " " " Celia f 3 2-8 " James McDennett, Alexandria Levi m 23 5-8 Mulatto and C =J. L. Alton, New Orleans Olivay m 30 5-11 Negro " " Joshua m 19 5-0 Negro Alexander? Robb, Louisiana Peggy f 8 3-11 Negro " " " Bill m 17 5-3 " H (o) Claggett, Alexandria & Ann f 15 5-1 " Wilkins Linton, New Orleans Yachanah m 13 4-5 " Alex Henderson, Leesburg to Nathaniel Cox, New Orleans Samuel m 38 5-11 " Alex Claggett, Wilkins & Linton Leah f 19 5-3 " J. L. Alton, New Orleans Jefferson m 21 5-6 Mulatto " " " #136 Baltimore BRIG Decatur M: John Miller 24 Oct 1819 O,S Tobias E. Stansburg, Louisiana, "a passenger in said vessel.: Slaves Hannah Hollins f 25 5-7 Black Louisa Johns f 20 5-6 Yellow Hercules Johns, Louisa's child m 5 3-6 pale black #137 Mobile SCH Jealous M: Joseph Galatas 1 Dec 1819 S Isaac S. Mc Coy John m 35 5-5 Black Betty ╦ f 11 4-8 " #138 Baltimore SHIP Franklin M: Wlm Graham 27 Nov 1819 O,S David Anderson, KY C: Hector, McLean & Co., New Orleans Slaves Jenkins m 25 5-0 Pale Black Bob m 20 5-3 Black Jack m 22 5-2 Black Fanny f 28 4-10 Yellow Fanny's children (Betty, Eliza, Ned, Sarah) Betty f 12 4-9 Pale Black Eliza f 8 4-0 Pale Black Ned m 3 2-10 Yellowish Sarah infant girl ? Dinah f 40? 5-3 Black Dinah's Children Daniel m 12 4-4 Yellowish Charlotte f 10 4-2 Yellowish #139 SAME ENTRY NOTE: The standard manifest form was modified. In the section that reads "Manifest of Negroes, Mulattoes, and persons of color...," the word "free" was inserted before the word "Negroes." Terms referring to slave status were accordingly crossed out. See sample manifests in introduction. Hetty & Infant f 45 5-1 Black With Henry V. Somerville, on board. Somerville's name was entered under the owner, shipper column. At Balize 15 Dec 1819, the customs officer noted the following: "I have seen the ╦ certificate of freedom in possession of the above named woman and child." A line was drawn through the word "Child." #140 Mobile Sch St. Stephen? M: John Ressler? 14 Dec 1819 O William Peoples, Alabama Slaves Ned m 28 6-0 Black #140.1 Mobile PACKET John Orlean 29 Nov 1819 O John Scudday, Jackson County, Alabama Slaves Eullen m 30 5-8 Black #140.2 Baltimore BRIG Emilie M: Pery Godfrey 2 Nov 1819 O,S Charles A. Jacobs Dick m 17 5-4 Black #140.3 Baltimore SHIP Franklin M: William Graham 2 Nov 1819 Note: This manifest has faded. O,S Henry Somerville, on board. Slaves Stephen m 45 5-10 All black unless noted. Nanny? f 35 5-? Infant m 12mos ? Harriett f 16 ? Dark Mulatto Jenny f 11 4-6 Appy? f 4 35 Isaac m 59 ? Mulatto Saha? f 45 ? Toby? f 15 ? Dark Mulatto John m 8 4-? Rausby m 4 3-2 Dark Mulatto Phil m 29/30 5-3 Mulatto Biby? f 23 5-3 Infant f 4mos Dark Mulatto Nancy f 4 3-1 Mulatto Perry m 2 2-7 Dark Mulatto Nat m 21 5-6 Charles m 30 5-0 Rosey f ? 3-? Henr ╦y m 12 4-? ??? m 40 ? Adam m 34 5-6 Dark? Lewis m 17 5-6 Dark Mulatto Tom m 30 5-11 Harry m 16 5-5 #140.4 Baltimore BRIG Emilie M: Benjamin Godfrey 27 Nov 1819 O, S Henry E. Coalman, Warwick, Maryland C Daniel J. Coalman, New Orleans Slaves Thomas m 22 5-6 Mulatto Isaac m 29 5-5 Negro Thomas m 25 5-9 Dark Mulatto George m 28 5-12 Negro Rose m 25 5-4 Negro #141 SAME ENTRY 27 Nov 1819 O, S Charles Stansbury, Baltimore, on board Slaves Phil m 23 5-8 Black Benjamin m 25 5-8 Pale Black Not on Board Liddy f 35 5-4 Pale Black Joseph Robinson m 28 6-2 Black Note: A line is drawn through Benjamin's name #142 Baltimore BRIG Actress M: Thomas Parker 8 Nov 1819 O,S David Anderson, Kentucky Slaves Amos m 21 5-6 Yellowish Jenny f 22 5-3 Light Black Violet f 17 5-5 Mulatto Violet's Child f 3mos Mulatto Henny f 10 4-3 Yellowish Dinah f 26 5-5 Pale Black Flora f 5 3-5 Black Anna f 3 2-9 Yellowish Thomas & Benjamin, Twins, Dinah's Children m 12mos 2-9 Mulatto Harriet f 15 5-1 ╦ Yellowish #143 SAME ENTRY 6 Nov 1819 O,S James Garsicles, on board. Slaves __ebily f 29 5-2 Black Moses m 7 3-11 Mulatto Eliza f 4 3-11 Black Diana f 4 3-11 " Lewis infant 6mos 2-11 Victoire f 26 5-1 " Catharine f 7 3-6 Mulatto George m 5 3-0 Mulatto Jean Baptiste m 3 2-7 Mulatto Rosine f 7mo 2-7 Mulatto The first five slaves have all been returned to shore and are not on board. NOTE: At New Orleans, the following statement was written on the manifest: "The first five slaves that are checked are stated to have been landed in Baltimore previous to the sailing of the Brig. INWARD MANIFESTS January to June, 1820 #144 Charleston BRIG Arethusa of New York M: Henry Leslie 28 Jan 1820 O,S Edward Carew of Charleston Maria f 22 5-2 Black #145 SAME ENTRY 17 Jan 1820 O,S Robert J. Turnbull, Charleston Slaves George m 12 4-4 Black #146 SAME ENTRY 25 Jan 1820 O,S Entered in last column. Residence for all = Charleston Slaves James m 20 5-5 Black Peter Swan Bill m 21 5-8 Mu ╦latto Mrs. C. Casey Jack m 25 5-10 Black Daniel Macaulay Tom m 25 5-8 Mulatto Thos H. Jervey John m 25 5-8 Black Brown & Lane? Cato m 13 5-5 Black Frances Saltus Flander m 50 5-7 Black John Fraser & Co. NOTE: Daniel MaCauley signed for Thos. H. Jervey by Charles Rogers; Charles H. Jervis for E. M. Bynard, Rev. H. Fraser by ___ Fraser. #146.1 SAME ENTRY Robert J. Turnbull for the estate of Fitzpatrick. One slave not named. #147 Richmond SCH Ladies Delight M: Isbor? Benedict 7 Dec 1819 O,S Honoure Lelievre TO: Wm. Noel, New Orleans Slaves Coca m 23 5-4 Light Mulatto #148 SAME ENTRY O,S Mordecai Marks, on board Slaves Milly f 20 5-6 Dark Mulatto #149 Mobile SCH Orleans Packet M: Abraham Heartt 26 Feb 1820 S John M. Edney Slaves Ned m 16 5-2 All Black Jim m 30 5-1 Esther f 30 4-11 Judah f 25 5-1 Mingo m 6 ? m 3 Charlotte f #150 Baltimore BRIG Intgelligence M: Shubal Wilkinson 14 March 1820 O,S David Anderson C: Hector McLean & Co. Slaves Eden m 20 5-4 Black J ╦ames m 22 5-4 Black Lornhill? m 21 5-8 " Dennis m 20 5-8 Mulatto George m 20 4-12 Mulatto Dick m 11 4-7 Black George m 14 4-12 Pale Black Reason? m 13 4-5 Black Charles m 10 4-4 Dark Mulatto Tom m 8 3-12 Dark Mulatto Jenny f 14 5-1 Yellowish Rachael f 12 4-8 Black #150.1 Same Entry S Henry S. Coalman C: D. J. Coalman, Louisiana Slaves Peter m 32 5-2 Dark Mulatto Tom m 11 4-2 Mulatto India f 13 4-5 Negro #151 Mobile SCH Rose in Bloom M: Joseph Pervis 18 March 18 1820 O,S? Jeron Bonnemaifou & Caffe Foquet, their marks Slaves Casimere m 40 Black Bonne? f 25 Mulatto #152 Mobile SLP Martha M: Edmond Tatem 29 April 1820 O Walter L. Brown? Slaves Ester f 28 4-11 Mulatto Margaret f 5 2-11 Josiah m 3 2-6 Ann f 35 4-11 Negro #153 Mobile Orleans Packet M: A. Heartt 16 April 1820 S A. Heartt (also captain of ship) Slaves John m 30 5-6 Negro #154 Richmond SCH Fanny & Mary Seabury 19 Feb 1820 S,C Jas A. Grant, Richmond, on board Slaves Randolph m 19 5-8 Dark Joshua m 26 5-7 ╦ Brown Billy m 28 5-5 Black Tom m 29 5-9 Mulatto Aaron m 21 5-4 Brown James m 22 5-6 Black Alonza m 22 5-4 Mulatto Jacob m 20 5-6 Black George m 23 5-4 Brown Noa m 23 5-7 Dark Daniel m 19 5-2 Black Judith f 22 5-2 Black Easter f 2-6 4-8 " Nancy f 18 5-2 Mulatto Edith f 29 4-10 Dark Biveen? m 19 5-5 Light Brown Ricard m 30 5-7 Brown Peter m 28 5-6 Light Molly f 45 5-3 Black Isaac m 35 5-6 Yellow Milly f 38 5-2 Light Billy m 30 5-2 Black ??? m 28 4-1 Brown Henry m 14 4-9 Black Tom m 14 4-9 Yellow Janetta f 17 5-3 Black Hannah f 16 4-12 Brown Betty f 40 5-2 Black Frederick m 8 3?9 Brown Moses child Black Michael m 7 3-10 Brown Winny f 18 5-1 Mulatto Judith f 15 5-2 Black Harry m 14 4-8 Brown Tom m 7 4-1 Brown Hannah f 7- 3-10 Brown Bob m 9 4-1 Black Sam m 38 5-4 Black Warner m 21 5-5 Light Lewis m 27 5-3 Light Solomon m 38 5-8 Dark Randol m 27 5-10 Black Tom m 15 5-6 Yellow Slaves owned by Henry King, Richmond Consignee: A. Robinson, New Orleans, on board ╦Joshua m 45 5-6 Yellow Frank m 38 5-8 Black Davy m 30 5-6 Black Stephen m 27 5-5 Black Presby m 23 5-1 Black Sam m 22 5-5 Black Stephen m 20 5-12 Brown Robin m 18 5-7 Brown Chance f 18 5-3 Black Child 15?/5?mos old Fanny f 15 5-2 Black Fanny f 13 4-10 Black Jas Abrams, Owner & Consignee, Richmond, on board John m 48 5-7 Light NOTE: New Orleans Customs Officer "...above named slaves except Solomon and Randall have this day been inspected. Edith, a female has given birth to a child on the passage. Peter called 28 years of age is not correctly described." Addendum: Seabury attested to no change except the death of one and two run aways, not named, before sailing from Richmond. #155 Mobile SCH Harriett M: John Pigeon 13 April 1820 O D.S. Cox, South Carolina Slaves Gates m 34 5-8 Negro #156 SAME ENTRY O,S? Lewis S. Jamison Slaves Chloe f 15 4-9 Black Note: Landed at Bayou Carondelet #157 New York SHIP Lucy Ann M: A. Arnold 5 April 1820 O,C A. Arnold, on board S: Philo Hal ╦e of New York Slaves Daniel m 20 5-2 Black #158 Mobile SCH Victoire M: Dominique Salles 29 April 1820 Note: Owners appear in last column. Slaves Loret? m 40 5-0 Mulatto Madame Bourcier Virginie f 16 5-0 Mulatto " " Nanette & Child f 19 5-4 Negro James Immerantz Bellami? ? 10 4-2 Negro " " " Fernando m 24 5-0 Negro Not taken on board NOTE: A line was drawn through Fernando's name, age, and color. No designation of ownership was given. #159 Baltimore SCH Charles M: Francis R. Glavary 30 April 1820 O,S: Thomas Wright, Savannah Slaves Mitchel m 35 5-7 Black "one male servant" #160 SAME ENTRY O Frances R. Glavery, also master of ship Slave Simon m 20 5-3 Black "one male servant" #161 Mobile SCH Rose in Bloom M: ? Jervis 10 May 1820 O Martial Morin, Mobile Slaves Bill m 17 5-1 Negro #162 Burlington? SCH Pearl of Burlington M: Daniel Marson 12 May 1820 O Robert Lott of Mississippi Rachael f 42 5-3 Negro Sophy f 38 5-2 Negro #163 Charleston SCH Satellite M: John F. ╦Fields 5 May 1820 O,S? P. Javain, Charleston Slaves Monday m 32 or 33 5-3 Yellow NOTE: Manifest reads "All present with the exceptance of a male." This probably refers to a previous manifest. #164 SAME ENTRY 9 May 1820 Owners, Shippers appear in last column. All are residents of Charleston? Slaves Jayma? f 33 5-2 Black Anna Rebecca Babson Cliwitty? f 35 5-4 Black John Wilkes Lewis m 5 2-6 Yellow John Wilkes ____ f 28 5-4 Black Thomas L. Grimke, Esq. Jennett f 30 5-5 Black George Hall Adam m 20 Black Francis W. Salters Minda f 30 5-1 Black L.H. C. Lewis/H. C. Shutt ??? m 40 5-7 Black John R. Rogers Landed at Balize 12 June and New Orleans 29 June 1820 #165 SLP Jay of New York M: J. E. Thompson 15 Feb 1820 O Benjamin Norris, Charleston Slaves Newport m 40 5-10 No colors given unless entered Dick m 21 5-10 Hercules m 18 5-2 Billy m 18 5-8 Ben m 16 5-2 Yellow Phillis f 22 5-0 Henny f 22 5-0 Cora f 12 4-3 Harris m 12 3-6 #166 SAME ENTRY O Branch W. Miller, Georg ╦ia Slaves Amy f 40 5-0 All Black Smart m 25 5-7 Ben m 10 4-0 Nancy f 14 4-2 Tea? f 8 3-6 Member f 4 2-0 George m 18mo 1-6 Aatua f 35 5-6 Flora f 13 4-8 Sampson m 10 4-0 Israel m 5 2-6 Nanny f 3 2-0 Toney m 2 1-6 Leola f 9mos 1-0 June m 40 5-0 Charles m 9 4-0 Frederick m 7 3-6 #167 Mobile SLP Hugh Monroe M: 18 Jan 1820 S Gordon H. Miller? Slaves Jack m 22 5-10 Black #168 Savannah SCH Charles of Baltimore M: Frances Glavarry 29 Dec 1819 O Elias Walker, Savannah Slaves Peter m 37 5-8 Light Black #169 SHIP Suffolk, Boston M: James J. Trott 9 Dec 1819 O,S? David Williams, Natchez Slaves Mary f 26 5-0 Black #170 Mobile SCH Victoire M: 31 Dec 1819 O,S Henry Bailey?/Harry Blakely? Slaves Peter m 24 5-4 Black #171 Richmond SCH Hamlet, Philadelphia M: Benard Jackson DATE? Slaves consigned to William Futcher(Fulcher) of Richmond, on board. Cerics? m 22 5-11 Brown Kit? m 19 5-8 Brown Hary m 20 5-7 Black Essix m 34 5-8 Yellow John m 21 5-7 Brown Manuel m 25 5- ╦7 Brown #171 con't. Richard m 19 5-6 Yellow ? m 20 5-8 Yellow James m 24 5-12 Black Robin m 17 5-1 Brown William m 26 5-6 Black Jack m 30 5-7 Black Cater m 21 5-4 " Squire m 23 6-0 " David m 22 6-0 " Harry m 17 5-4 " Bromfield m 25 5-5 " James m 28 5-7 " Sold in Richmond before leaving Burwell? m 19 5-6 " ___timer m 21 5-11 " Nancy f 19 5-3 " Milly f 16? 5-2 Brown Mary f 35 5-0 Brown Benjamon m 29 5-11 " Moses m 28 5-7 Black Joseph m 14 4-11 Black James m 16 5-2 " John m 12 4-3 Yellow Patrick m 12 4-5 Black Billy m 12 4-5 Black Spencer m 11 4-5 Yellow Warren m 10 4-3 Black Harry m 10 4-4 Black Page f 24 5-2 Brown Sally f 16 5-4 Black Peggy f 14 5-4 Black Nancy f 14 5-2 " Betsey f 16 5-0 " Mondare? f 15 4-11 " Rosettia f 14 4-9 " Becca f 14 4-11 " Fanny f 13 4-11 " Rhoda f 14 4-12 " Hannah f 14 5-2 " Charity f 14 4-9 " Maria f 15 4-10 " Janettia f 13 4-9 " Mary f 14 4-9 " Fanny f 13 4-8 " ╦ Sary? f 12 4-8 " Polley f 11 4-5 " Louisa f 9 4-5 " Louis m 14 4-8 " Catston m 14 4-8 " Hiriam? m 17 5-4 " Natt m 16 5-4 " Adam m 20 5-6 " Jessy/Jerry m 30 5-6 " Oliver m 28 5-6 " Robert m 30 5-9 " Slaves owned by Philip Haxale & Co., Richmond C: A & J Dick & Co. New Orleans Rheuben m 22 5-11 Black Ned m 30 5-9 Yellow Lewis m 23 6-0 Black Slaves owned by William Futcher Harriett f 20 5-4 Yellow Beck f 14 4-9 Brown Slaves owned by Charles Bardet of Richmond, on board Salley f 16 5-1 Yellow Cilvia f 12 5-1 Black Coatney f 19 5-5 Brown Hetty f 16 5-2 Black Isbel f 22 5-2 Black Isham m 22 5-11 Brown Clinton m 21 5-8 Yellow #172 Mobile SCH Orleans Packet M: A. Heartt 6 Feb 1820 Owners indicated in last column Slaves Serar m 33 5-6 All Black John Whiteheart, Mobile Nancy f 24 4-9 " " London m 6 3-3 " " Silvey f 25 5-5 Abraham Heartt, Shipper Jack m 28 5-9 " " #173 Baltimore SHIP Triton M: B. J. Jenkins 20 Dec 1819 O,S Davi ╦d Anderson of Nelson Bounty?, Kentucky C: Hector McLean & Co. Slaves Charles Moody m 30 5-6 Colors Missing Jack m 22 5-6 John m 20 5-7 Phil m 18 5-4 Thomas m 14 4-7 Terry m 14 4-7 Sophia f 19 5-5 Sophia's infant m 10mos Mary f 16 5-5 Betsey f 14 4-10 Harriett f 13 4-7 #174 Baltimore SHIP Triton B. J. Jenkins 18 Dec 1819 O,S Nimrod Farrow , on board Slaves William m 23or26 5-10 Mulatto Cain b 12 4-0 Mulatto Riley m 23or24 5-4 Black Thomas m 21or22 5-6 Black #175 SAME ENTRY O,S Thomas Lee C: John Inskip, merchant Slaves Emily f 17 5-1 Pale Black Henny f 38 5-4 Dark Mulatto Henny's children Maria f 6 3-9 Black Infant f 8mo Dark Mulatto #176 SAME ENTRY 21 Dec 1819 O,S David Anderson C: Hector, McLean William Clure m 19 5-6 Mulatto William Mitchell m 18 5-6 Black Anis f 17 5-2 Pale Black #177 SAME ENTRY 22 Dec 1819 O,S John Ricaud C: Hector McLean, New Orleans Slaves Sam m 28 5-6 Black #178 SAME ENTRY 20 Dec 1819 O,S Richard Caton, Baltimore Slaves James C ╦ason/Caton? m about 30 or upwards Negro #179 SAME ENTRY 23 Dec 1819 S Dela F. Heath of Cecil County, Maryland C: Daniel J. Coleman, New Orleans Slaves James m 28 5-8 Black Abraham m 24 5-7 Pale Black #180 NOTE: The following document is transcribed completely. Slave names are in bold. Notarized document from John Lynd Notary public, New Orleans vested with full power and authority to attest deeds, wills, and other instruments in writing do hereby certify that this day personally came and appeared John G. Graves copartner of the mercantile firm of Beaty & Graves of this city, who at his request having duly affirmed to declare the oath deposed that the slave named Thomas aged about 27 years, five feet eight inches high, a bright mulatto is the property of the said firm Beaty & Graves, by ______ on record in my office. And that whereas John Beaty, the other copartner of the said firm being at present in bad health, proposes for means of benefit think to make a voyage to the Island of ╦ Cuba, and that it is necessary that he shall have with him a servant to wait upon his person. It is therefore intended that the said slave Thomas shall be sent on said voyage for that purpose. And this declaration is made to certify that the said slave is to be transported from this state for the purpose aforesaid, and to return with the said John Beaty, and not to contravene any law of these United States ___ other than the purposes and use _____. Whereof the said ________herewith signs his name _____ having been first inter____ and 2 written on an erasure. Signed John J. Graves, 6 Jan 1820. Outside Ship Balize? landing from Havana 6 March 1820. #181 Mobile SCH Harriett M: John Pigeon 9 March 1820 O Lewis Jackson? Judson? Slaves Maria f 18 ?-11 Mulatto #182 Mobile SCH Enterprise M: William Lewis 29 April 1820 S James D. Godbold, Alabama Slaves ? m 26 5-11 Negro Cesar m 25 5-11 Negro Cesar m 36 5-8 Negro William m 36 5-7 Mulatto #183 Mobile SCH Harriett M: John Pigeon ╦ 26 May 1820 O Lewis Judson? Jackson? Slaves Guilliart m 12 4-3 Black #184 Mobile SLP Herald M: Joseph Monroe 24 May 1820 O Augustus Jolly, Mobile Slaves Sophia f 17 5-0 Negro #185 Baltimore BRIG Emilie M: Benjamin Godfrey 23 May 1820 O,S? Charles Parent, New Orleans Slaves Jack m 13 4-2 All Black Daniel m 17 5-2 Daniel m 23 5-4 Henry m 16 5-4 Jack m 17 5-2 Griffin m 14 4-10 Cherry f 8 4-1 Ann & infant f 19 5-5 Abbey f 17 5-5 #186 SAME ENTRY 20 May 1820 O,S Louis Poncet, Baltimore Slaves Armintha f 23 5-0 Mulatto Rachael f 16 5-0 Black Paul m 6 Black #187 SAME ENTRY 19 May 1820 O,S Charles Fortin of Acadia County, La. C: Jacob Hart, merchant, New Orleans Slaves Jacob m 23 or 26 5-6 or 5-7 Black Stephen m 19 5-10 Black #188 SAME ENTRY 19 May 1820 O,S Thomas Johnson of Baltimore C: McClenahan & Bogart, merchant, New Orleans Slaves Lloyd m 19 5-10 Negro #189 Baltimore BRIG Decatur M:William Andrews 20 May 1820 O Mrs. Stansbury of Louisiana S: William Andrews Slaves Bet ╦ty f 18 5-2 Black Note: 29 June at Balize, 7 July at New Orleans #190 SCH Experiment M: Andrew Scott 31 May 1820 O,S See last column Slaves Prince m 14 4-9 Black Lewis Compton, Louisiana Anderson m 22 5-8 " " " " Aaron m 18 5-8 " " " " William m 20 5-6 " " " " Lewis m 27 5-6 " " " " John m 25 5-7 Mulatto Nathan McGehee, Louisiana Rose f 18 5-5 Black " " #191 Mobile SCH Maria Rose M: Pierre Etienne 14 June 1820 O Samuel Thatcher of Paris, Kentucky Slaves Nat m 11 5-0 Black #192 SAME ENTRY 15 June 1820 O Don T. Gener, Mobile Slaves Ferdinand m 22 5-2 Black #193 SHIP Ohio of Philadelphia M: ? Stevenson 30 June 1820 O,S See last column Slaves Plim Prime? m 11 3-11 Mulatto S:William Fryer to Dr. Abraham Perlee, Natchez Phoebe f 48 5-5 Black S: William Stothart to Wilkin & Lintos, consignee, New Orleans #194* Nova Iberia, District of Teche Steam Boat Teche of Attakapas, M: Thomas L. Cunningham 3 July 1820 O,S Charles Delashau ╦ssaye, Atakapas Slaves Jean m 19 5-6 Negro #195 SAME ENTRY O C. Lacoste, Louisiana Slaves Melite' f 18 5-2 Black Francois m 20 5-6 Black #196 Savannah SCH Charles of Baltimore M. Francis R. Glavary, New Orleans O Same as ship master 29 July 1820 Slaves Sam m 23 5-9 Black #197 23 May 1820 Deposition for Greyhound? Before me Joseph Rossignac Mayor of the City of New Orleans personally appreared Louis Ambroise Garidette Attorney in fact of Vivian Nicole __ Dorsiere who after being duly sworn did declare and say that the following slaves belong to said Vivian Nicole Dorsiere to viz: Lubin m 29 5-10 Negro "Bearing on his right shoulder a cut near the armpit wanting a tooth in the upper jaw." Hippolite m 18 5-5 "having some little marks on his neck." Nina f 24 5-2 Negro "with a small mark on the stomach left side." Marie f 55 4-8 bearing a mark of her nation (Iboux) over the temple and near her left ear and further the deponent states that the said widow Nicole Jor ╦y Dorciere is actually departing from this city for the part of Havannah on board of the steam ship Robert Fulton ____ and intends to take with her the said mentioned slaves to attend on her as servants, and the deponent further states that the above deposition is made in order that the said widow Nicole -- Jorys Dorsiere may be permitted to reintroduce in this state the above ____ slaves. 28 May 1820. Permission given by collector of customs for deponent, her sister and Marie and her 3 children to return via Steamship Robert Fulton or any other vessel. #198 Bay St. Louis SCH Caroline M: James Aull 7 Sept 1820 O,S? James Hull, New Orleans Slaves Linda f 16 5-4 Mulatto #199 Charleston BRIG: Cosmopolite M: Alex Campbell 2 July 1820 O,S William Bell, Charleston Slaves Cleveland m 20 5-3 Black Note: via Balize Arrival New Orleans 11 Sept 1820 #200 SAME ENTRY 17 July 1820 Owners, shippers in last column. All of Charleston. Slaves Cuffy m 28 5-6 Light Black Riley & O'Heam?/John Rile ╦y Emma f 24 5-2 Black Macey Wilson/Mary Wiston Margaret f 35 5-2 Black John Schriven Billy m 25 5-6 Black John M. Schriven Jack m 35 5-7 Black P. Fox John m 25 5-7 Black Rich Cunningham Samson m 42 5-8 Black Charles Holmes James m 35 5-4 Mustee John E. Bonneau(signe?) Jimmy m 25 5-4 Mustee Catharine Edwards Martha f 35 5-2 Black William Timmones & John E. Bonneau for C. Edwards Note: Samson "taken out in Charleston 17 July 1820." Ship departed 29 July 1820.? Arrival, 7 Sept 1820 at Balize. Note written on manifest: "All present with the exception of Samson, the property of W. Holmes." #201 Charleston BRIG Cosmopolite M: A. Campbell 29 July 1820 O,S In last column. All of Charleston? Slaves Isaac m 28 5-3 Black B. V. Mynot Manuel m 30 5-4 Black Solomon Saltus Sam m 25 5-3 " Jeremiah Yates Charles m 22 5-6 " William Price January m 50 5-6 Alex Robert Chisholm Marian f 30 5-3 Robert Whitfield Ben? m 40 5-6 " Elizabeth D. Dowling Lewis m 25 5-6 ╦ " Rich Maynard Dick m 35 6-0 " Josiah Taylor Harry m 18 5-2 Mustee George Perman Sylvia f 28 5-3 Yellow NOTE: "Sylvia was returned to shore and Isaac put on board in her place." Sylvia's name was crossed out and Isaac's written in. None of the other descriptive data was changed. #202 (Also see 230.1) Norfolk BRIG Margaret Wright M: Thomas Rooke 14 Oct 1820 O All owned by John & Philip E. Sabb except for last four. Owners, shippers for last four indicated in last column. Slaves: Person completing manifest listed all males first, all females next unless indicated otherwise. The names of slaves appear in the order given on the manifest. MALES Jack 18 5-3 All black except where indicated. Cambridge 22 5-3 John Brown 14 5-1 Fabius 30 5-7 Billy 33 5-10 Tom 28 5-5 Bob 35 5-3 Gilbert 18 5-5 Petter 24 5-5 Joe 21 5-3 Nero 21 6-0 Daniel 30 5-2 Jerry Gamble 30 5-9 Mos 45 5-1 John 18 5-5 #202 con't. Paul 20 5-3 Sam 23 6-0 Charles 25 5-8 Wilson 21 5-2 ╦ Archibald 30 5-8 Jerry 22 5-4 Cain 22 5-2 George 50 5-7 Simon 23 5-4 Volsey 9 4-2 Mulatto FEMALES Mary Theresa 27 5-3 Louisa 18mos Winney 18 5-0 Genny 1 Judah 21 5-0 Casandra? 32 5-4 Rachil 4 3-4 Rucker m 3 3-3 Nighsayee? f 2 Emily f 28 5-2 Julian m 4 3-0 Mary f 3 2-8 Betty f 1 Anna f 26 5-0 Sera f 7 3-5 Nancy f 3 2-8 Rachel f 4mo Diana f 50 5-4 Milly f 8 3-9 Fichis f 7 3-8 Rose f 25 5-0 Edwin m 3 3-0 Tabb? f 19 4-11 Edmond m 1mo Mulatto Balinda f 21 5-1 Edward m 18mos Mulatto Charlotte f 12 4-6 Mulatto Mary f 15 4-11 Sally f 28 4-11 Sam m 12 4-3 James m 7 4-0 Mary f 10 4-6 Aisny? f 5 3-6 Lemuel m 3 3-3 Robert m 18mo Mary f 22 5-1 Martha f 27 5-1 William Benthall, Norfolk City Eliza f 3 2-10 William Dickson, Norfolk City Jane f 18 mo " " Charity f 36 5-2 " " Note: "Landed and inspected and found correct excepting some little difference on their height." #203 SAME ENTRY 19 Oct 1820 O,S? William Benthall, Norfolk, Virginia Slaves R ╦emus m 35 5-5 Black #204 SAME ENTRY A: Thomas Dickson of Norfolk for William Dickson Slaves Bill m 30 5-5 Black Patrick m 17 5-6 Black Cyrus m 30 5-7 Black #205 Norfolk SCH James Monroe M: John Hopkins 25 Oct 1820 O,S? William Christian, New Orleans Slaves Emberson m 14 5-0 Black #206 SAME ENTRY 26 Oct 1820 O,S Jonathan Williamson of Kempswith, Virginia Slaves Tom (one eye) m 34 5-7 Black #207 SAME ENTRY 28 Oct 1820 O? Nathan Land, Amite? County, Mississippi Slaves Anthony m 14 4-8 Black Gideon m 7 3-10 Yellow #208 SAME ENTRY 30 Oct 1820 O,S? G. C. Wheeler, Norfolk, Virginia Levi Wise m 29 5-6 Black #209 SAME ENTRY 1 Nov 1820 O,S? William Archer of Norfolk Slaves Lucy f 16 5-5 Mulatto Sally f 17 5-3 Black Salem m 11 4-2 Black #210 SAME ENTRY O,S N. C. Whitehead, Norfolk Slaves Dick m 28 5-8 Black #211 SAME ENTRY 1 Nov 1820 O,S Archibald Williamson, Norfolk Slaves Charlotte f 35 5-4 Black Moses m 5 3-4 Dark Mulatto #212 SAME ENTRY 2 Nov 1820 O,S Edwin Lee, Norfolk Slave ╦s Bill m 23 5-6 Black #213 SAME ENTRY O,S Philemon Gatewood Slaves Peggy f 24 5-3 Mulatto #214 SAME ENTRY O,S? Edwin Lee, Norfolk Slaves Luke m 28 5-10 Bacon Colour #215 SAME ENTRY O,S? John Marrast, Norfolk to Antoine Lamarlere, New Orleans Slaves Sampson m 23 5-3 Clear Black Willis m 18 5-3 Black #216 SAME ENTRY O,S? John Marrast, Norfolk to Jacob Hart of New Orleans Slaves Steven m 25 5-2 All Black Edmond m 30 5-6 David m 23 6-1 Fanny f 17 5-1 #217 SAME ENTRY O,S George Webb, Portsmouth Slaves Jack m 26 5-9 Black INWARD MANIFESTS JULY TO DECEMBER 1820 #218 SAME ENTRY O,S George Dyson, Portsmouth, Virginia Slaves Judy f 37 5-0 Black #219 SAME ENTRY 3 Nov 1820 O,S Edwin Lee, Norfolk Slaves MALES Charles 23 5-9 All Black Moses 20 5-6 Perry 24 5-5 Billy 50 5-2 ____ 11 4-2 FEMALES Milly & infant 25 5-3 Mary 20 5-1 Fillis 20 4-11 Ac(e?)my 21 4-9 Margaret 2 2-7 Maria 4 3-3 Fanny 2 2-7 #220 Baltimore BRIG Intelligence M: B. J. Jenkins 4 Nov 1820 O,S, C ╦ Henry E. Coleman Slaves Pat f 13 4-11 All Black unless otherwise indicated. Maria f 15 4-11 Yellow Jonas m 16 5-3 Yellow Joe m 20 5-9 Bill m 12 4-6 Charles m 17 5-3 Abram m 25 5-9 #221 SAME ENTRY 4 October 1829 O,A,C Geroge W. Oldham of Louisiana Slaves Benjamin m 26 5-8 Negro Sarah f 8 4-4 Dark Mulatto William m 8 4-5 Dark Mulatto Mary f 13 5-0 Mulatto Dennis m 35 5-9 Black #222 Charlestown BRIG Arethusa of N.Y. M: ? 9 Nov 1820 O,S Nathan or Nathaniel G. Hilliard, Charleston Slaves Sally f 40 5-8 Black Albert m 34 5-10 Black #223 SAME ENTRY 6 Nov 1820 O? Amarintha Elliott S: Richard D. Smith Slaves Lety Butler f 52 5-0 Mustee #224 SAME ENTRY 7 Nov 1820 O Robert Eagar, Charleston Slaves Cassa? f 20 5-9 Legal Black #225 SAME ENTRY O?S? John Lafin, Charleston Slaves Joe m 14 4-9 Light Black #226 SAME ENTRY 9 Nov 1820 O,S? Barnard Mulligan, Charleston Slaves Chaney m 30 5-8 Light Black #227 SAME ENTRY O,S? O.L. Dobson, Charleston C: H. Munroe Milne & Co. Slave ╦s Celia f 22 4-8 Mulatto Child m 4 Mulatto NOTE: Written on the manifest, the following: "Boy or child is nearly white." #228 SAME ENTRY 4 Oct 1820 O,S? W. Jay Gibson, Charleston Slaves Sam? m 32 5-9 Black Quincy m 28 5-8 Black #229 SAME ENTRY 7 Nov 1820 Slaves Edward m 22 5-5 Black O,S: I. L. Bee, Charleston Hector m 28 5-4 Black S: William J. Smith, Charleston #230 Baltimore BRIG Hyperion OM: Francis Blackwell 8 Nov 1820 O,S Joseph Saul Slaves Sarah f 33 5-1 Black #230.1 (Same as 202, except those entered here) Norfolk Brig Margaret Wright M: Thomas Rooke 14 October 1820 O: See Last column Slaves Primus m 35 5-5 B Wlm. Benthall, Norfolk City Bill m 30 5-5 B Wlm Dickson, Norfolk City Patrick m 17 5-6 B Wlm Dickson, Norfolk City Cyrus m 30 5-7 B Wlm Dickson, Norfolk City #231 Baltimore SHIP Unicorn M: S. W. M. Kowen 23 Oct 1820 O,S,C John C. Wedenstrandt NOTE: Some of the names below appeared on an earlier manifest. Slaves Polydore m 18 5-6 Pale Black Rebecca f 16 4- ╦9 Pale Black Rachel f 15 5-3 " " Susan f 21 5-1 Black Stephen m 4 3-2 Pale Black Barbara f 2 2-6 Black Hampton m 26 5-0 Black #232 SAME ENTRY 23 Oct 1820 O: Walter Crook, Baltimore S: Charles Crook, Jr.? of Baltimore C: Wilkins & Linton, merchants, to the care of Gabriel Winter, Natchez? Slaves James Stewart m 30 5-3 Black #233 SAME ENTRY O,S,C Catherine McNeal Slaves Nat m 17 5-3 Yellow #234 SAME ENTRY O,S,C Robert C. Hynson Slaves Thomas m 24 5-3 Pale Black Jane f 25 5-4 Pale Black Anne,Jane's child f 6 4-1 Pale Black #235 Norfolk SCH James Monroe M: John Hopkins 20 Nov 1820 NOTE: Some names have appeared above on separate manifests for the same shipper. The Monroe sailed from Baltimore to Norfolk, and then Norfolk to New Orleans. Therefore, the previous manifests were probably for that part of the trip from Baltimore to Norfolk. OWNERS & SHIPPERS appear in last column. Slaves Anthony m 14 4-8 Black Nathan Land, Mississippi Gideon m 7 3-10 Yellow " " Eliza f 16 ╦5-5 Mulatto E.P. Kennedy? Norfolk Jack m 26 5-9 Black George Webb, Portsmouth Emberson m 14 5-0 Black William Chriastian?, New Orln. Bill m 23 5-6 " Edwin Lee, Norfolk Lucy f 16 5-5 Mulatto William Archer, Norfolk Sally f 17 5-3 Black " " Salem m 11 4-2 Black " " Tom(one eye) m 34 5-8 " J. Williamson, VA Dick m 28 5-8 " N.C. Whit____, Norfolk Levi Wise m 29 5-6 " G. C. Wheeler, Norfolk Charlotte f 35 5-4 " Arch Williamson, Norfolk Moses m 5 3-0 Dark Mulatto " " " Stephen m 25 5-2 Black " " " Edmond m 30 5-6 " John Marast, Norfolk David m 23 6-1 " " " Fanny m 17 5-1 " " " Sampson m 23 5-3 Clear Dark " " Willis m 18 5-3 Black " " Judy f 37 5-0 Black " " Luke m 28 5-9 Bacon Color E. Lee, Norfolk Peggy f 24 5-3 Mulatto P. Gatewood, Norfolk Charles m 23 5-9 Rest are Black & O = E. Lee of Norfolk, VA Moses m 20 5-6 Jerry m 24 5-7 Billy m 50 5-2 ____? m 11 4-2 Milly & infnt f 25 5-3 Mary f 20 5-1 Fillis f 20 4-11 Acmy ╦f 21 4-9 Margaret f 2 2-7 Maria f 4 3-3 Fanny f 2 2-7 NOTE: Examined off the Bayou? Balize 20 November and found correct. #236 _______ BRIG Fanny of New York M: Henry Packard 28 Oct 1820 S J. E. Trask, New York C?: W. Samuel Postlewaite, Natchez Slaves Lucy Lewis f 35 5-0 Black #237 Mobile SCH Harriet M: John Pigeon 15 Nov 1820 O Daniel Paul C: Burney Clab, New Orleans Slaves Solomon m 30 5-6 Negro #238 SHIP Orleans of Philadelphia M: John Groves 28 Oct 1820 O,S Will Miller, Louisiana Slaves Dorothy f 23 5-3 Black George m 5 2-10 Mulatto Julia f 2 2-2 Mulatto #239 SAME ENTRY O,S J. Montgomery, New Orleans Slaves Edward m 14 4-8 Mulatto #240 Mobile SCH Harriet M: John Pigeon 4 Dec 1820 O,S James Flemming, Monroe County, Alabama Slaves Harry m 30 5-10 Negro #241 SLP Herald M: H. Munro 9 Dec 1820 O,S A. Jordan, Mobile Point Slaves Lewis m 25 5-6 Negro Fanny f 27 5-2 Negro John, Fanny's child m 14 3-2 Negro #242 Mobile SCH Lady of the Sea M: John Slade 8 Dec 1820 O,S Samuel ╦ H. Wolf Slaves Nelson m 15 5-6 Negro #243 (See #186) NOTE: Landing Declaration for BRIG Emilie, B. Godfrey, master 1 July 1820 "Let the slaves on board the Brig Emilie from Baltimore and Norfolk land. The slaves named in the manifest annexed have been inspected and all agree with the description set forth except Amintha called a mulatress. She would be called a quadroon. SEE Manifest # 186 above." #244 New Orleans SCH Stephens M: Jacob L. Howell 12 Oct 1820 Note: Sch Stephens is "bound from the port of New Orleans for a voyage of pleasure." S R. H. McNair, New Orleans Slaves Pierre m 15 mulatto Frederick m 13 quatroon Sam m 27 5-6 mulatto #245 Baltimore BRIG Intelligence M: B. J. Jenkins 3 Nov 1820 O,S David Anderson, Kentucky C: Hector Mc Lean, New Orleans Slaves Dennis m 20 5-8 Black Sam m 22 5-9 Black Major m 25 5-7 Black Sam m 23 5-7 " Oliver m 18 5-4 Yellowish Frederick m 16 5-3 " Harry m 28 5-6 Black Beth f 24 5-4 Black Sophy f 18 5-4 Yellowish Eliza f ┴ 18 5-2 Black Harriett f 11 4-6 Mulatto Maria f 18 5-2 Mulatto Hannah f 20 5-7 Black Kitty, Hannah's child f 2 " Ben m 23 5-11 " #246 SAME ENTRY O,S Thomas Butler C? Wilkins Linton, New Orleans Slaves Jack m 37 5-10 Mulatto #247 BRIG Hyperion M: Francis Blackwell 8 Nov 1820 O,S George Y. Kelso, Baltimore Slaves James Spencer m 40 6-1 Black Rile Short m 25 6-0 Black Hagar f 24 5-8 " Eliza, Hagar's Child f 4 Black Jarrett m 40 5-10 Bright Mulatto #248 SCH Harriet M: John Pigeon 28 Dec 1820 O Lewis Judson, Mobile Slaves Chloe f 13 5-0 Negro #249 SAME ENTRY 4 Dec 1820 (COMPARE DATE TO PREVIOUS) O Charles Parent, New Orleans Slaves Jack m 30 5-5 Negro #250 SAME ENTRY 26 Dec 1820 O,S? Daniel Wadsworth, New Orleans Slaves Jacob m 60 5-3 Negro Mary f 50 5-2 Dark Mulatto Sifoe? f 21 4-11 Black Charlotte f 10 4-4 Black Allick m 8 4-1 Black Ellen f 4 3-10 Black Joseph m 3 3-10 Black Ruth f 3 2-9 Black END OF ROLL 1, INWARD SLAVE MANIFESTS NEW ORLEANS

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