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Will, Albert James Pickett (1810-1858), Autauga Co - jcochisa8
Can anyone tell me, for sure, where to find the last will and testament of the planter and slaveholder named above? I have read he left an estate valued at over $1 million dollars. I have tried online..
Re: Slave owner/ HAMPTON Plantation - vkn
We will take a closer look at your research goals and try and assist where possible in establishing a doable search and find plan. Strongest best wishes. My name is Margaret Hampton and I grew up in F..
Re: Yonkers,New York-Slaves in my research. - vkn
Thanx so very much to you for sharing the Hadley research. I FIND IN 1830 CENSUS HESTER PIRSON[SEARCH IS WRONG AS GIVES HER NAME AS HESTER BESSOM, ACTUAL CENSUS PAGE STATES 'PIRSON'.],LIVING IN YONKER..
Re: Lewis Adams Freedom Paper (1813) - vkn
So many thanx to you Art. We learn from your continuing examples. On the 15th of March 1813.. 202 years ago, a 3rd great-grandfather, Lewis Adams (1785-1864), was granted his freedom from the bonds of..
Re: Slavery memorial, The Ark of Return N.Y. - vkn
5 March 2015 – This year’s commemoration of the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade will have particular significance at United Nations Hea..
Re: Found guardian record for COX family KY - vkn
Thanx to you Evelyn for this COX contribution. J Cox of Christian County Kentucky 1865 https://family search.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-20787-14811-30?cc=1875188&wc=37RV-166:173387801,173576901 This..
The Indignant Generation - vkn
The Claytons find lost family after 75 years - tea brick
an inspiring story ! from The Press and Standard http://www.colletontoday.com Claytons find lost family after 75 years It all began with the death of 20-year-old Pearl Clayton Green in 1940. One of 11..
Re: Slave Trade Recorded in American Genes - tea brick
You're Welcome! I thought my Nigerian score would be much more, but? I guess my African DNA results falls somewhere in line with this chart here - on the slave export/ancestry. SSA Breakdown According..
Re: SIMMS Family - Cheryl Hartwell
Hi George. My maternal great/great grandmother was Fanny/Frances Simms from Virginia. She was born around 1830 and married a William Garland, also from Virginia. The family moved to North Carolina in ..
Found guardian record for COX family KY - Evelyn
J Cox of Christian County Kentucky 1865 https://family search.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-20787-14811-30?cc=1875188&wc=37RV-166:173387801,173576901 This record states 10 slaves were the children of J..
Re: Slave Trade Recorded in American Genes - Vicky Daviss Mitchell
Nigerian 1% Have you taken any of the autosomal tests offered by any of the companies tea brick? I have gotten some very interesting results with mine. Thanks for posting..
Re: DNA records effects of conquest, slave trade i - Vicky Daviss Mitchell
Interesting articles tea brick, thanks!..
Is This My Family Member - lavettaw
I received a hint on Ancestry for a family member and need reassurance that this is my family member. This is what I have: Isaiah Gardner Feb 1896 on the 1900 census father Sam Gardner mother Tyna (Ty..
DNA records effects of conquest, slave trade in th - tea brick
here is the (parent) journal's article from Nature.com. ( & I have wondered about the eastern african & south west africa reflected in some DNA results . Unraveling the hidden ancestry of American adm..