AfriGeneas Slave Research Forum
Re: Cameron Plantation Letters
In Response To: Re: Cameron Plantation Letters ()
Hi Gwen, that is wonderful news, I am praying for you, like you my family married either fomer freed slaves or first generation descendants of slaves, Nunn, Holman, Walker, Whitted, Weaver, Laws, Mason, Banks,Christmas and many more.It took years to purchase J. B. Anderson's book and eventually purchased a used copy, I also purchased The Black Family in Slavery And Freedom by Herbert G. Gutman which gives detailed histories of slaves Family and Kinship on several Plantations including the Bennehan- Cameron's Stagville Plantation [ my slave family not mentioned ]. I posted this before, hope this helps.
Stagville Orange County ( Durham N.C. ) Bennehan- Cameron Fairntosh Plantation
Adams, Allen, Alston, Amey ( Amis ), Anderson, Barbee, Bobbits, Borland, Brandon, Brooks, Burden, Byrd, Cameron, Carrington, Coley, Cousins, Daniels, Duke, Dunnegan, Durham, Edwards, Farthing, Green, Harris, Hart, Haskey, Hayes, Henderson, Holloway, Holman, Jeffers, Jeffries, Johnson, Jones, Justice, Kenion, Latta, Lee, Mangum, McCullers, McNeil, Moore, Parker, Peace, Peaks, Perkins, Phillips, Pierce, Piper, Pratt, Revis, Riley, Ruffin, Sears, Shaw, Southerland, Sowell, Suitt, Strudwick, Taylor, Thompson, Turrentine, Umstead, Van Hook, Veasey, Walker, Waller, Webb, Whitford, Whitted.
Gwen, If you would like to email me : firstname.lastname@example.org