Inward Slave Manifests for the Port of New Orleans
Roll 2, January-March 1821

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.


#250.1

Mobile    Sch Orleans Packet  M: Abraham Heartt   13 Jan

1821

O,S  A. Heartt

Slaves

David          m    22   5-7  Negro



#250.2

Mobile    Sch Rose in Bloom        M: Joseph Pervis    17

Jan 1821

S    H. Hoffman

Slaves

Not Named m    35   5-8  Negro



#250.3

Savannah  Slp Susan of New York    M: William J. Rogers 

29 Jan 1821

O,S  Benjamin Buche

Slaves

Jacob          m    24   5-?  Black



#250.4    Same Entry

Slaves

Will      m    about 45  5-6  Black     R & J

Habercham, Savannah

Clarissa  f    18   5-0  Black     Bullock & Dunwoody*,

Savannah

Tom       m    21   5-7  Black     Edward Williams & Co.,

Savannah

Backus?   m    32   6-0  Black          "         "

Rose      f    21   5-0  Black          "         "

Julia          f    16   5-0  Mulatto   "         "

Betty          f    29   5-0  Black          "         "

Sally          f    15   5-0  Black          "         "

William   m    14   4-7  Dark      "         "

* John Dunwoody, Robert Habersham, and Edward Williams are

Shippers

Via Balize -- Arrival New Orleans 1 March 1821/Arrival

Balize 20 Feb



#250.5

New York  Brig Mexican of New Orleans   M: John Wales  2

Jan 1821  

S: Goodhuct & Co., New York for R. D. Shep  ╦herd & Co.

C: R. D. Shepherd & Co., New Orleans

Slaves

Lucy      f    14   5-0  Class = ? 



#251

Charleston     Ship Robert Fulton of New York     M: Henry

Holduge  28 Dec 1821

O:  M.C. Comstock

Slaves

Nat       m    14   4-9  Black









#252

Richmond  Sch Robert Burns    M:  Gerome Jackson  5 Feb

1821

O,S: William Fulcher of Richmond, Virginia

Slaves

Henry Carter        m    22   5-9  All Brown

Joshua Tomkins m    22   5-4  

Polly               f    17   5-0

Jim Jones      m    12   4-6

Abraham Johnson     m    12   4-10



#253

Norfolk   Sch James Monroe    M; John S. Hopkins  26 Feb

1821

O,S  Joseph Isnard, New Orleans

MALES

George    20   5-8  All Black

Bob       20   5-11

Boston    21   5-7

Nat       16   4-10

Coffee         23   5-5

James          19   5-5

Jim       14   4-10

David          19   6-0

Lewis          18   5-4

Isaac          26   5-5

Victor         40   5-5

W(?)owmeny     16   5-0  (probably Quameny)

Edward    44   5-0

FEMALES

Sally          40   5-3

Grace          15   5-2

Mimy & Infant  25   4-9

Silon          20   5-4

Rachel    17   4-11

Sally          16   4-11

Rachel    25   5-3       



#254

Norfolk   Sch James Monroe    M: John Hopkins     26 Feb

1821

O,S  George Leslie, Norfolk VA

SLAVES

Silva          f    14   4-10 Black



#255 

SAM  ╦E ENTRY  Date: 19 Feb 1821

O,S John Holton, Smithfield, VA

SLAVES

Joe       m    21   5-4  Black



#256

SAME ENTRY     Date: 21 feb 1821

O, S Thomas Balls, Norfolk VA

SLAVES

Luke      m    16   5-0  Black



#257

SAME ENTRY

O,S  Reardon & Co. Norfolk, VA (Mathew Reardon)

SLAVES

Rachel    f    23   4-11 Black

James          m    16   4-8     "

Isaac          m    16   4-8        "



#258

SAME ENTRY

O,S  Jonathan L. Godman, Norfolk VA

SLAVES

Nelly          f    28   5-5  Black



#259

SAME ENTRY

O, S A. C. Whitehead, Norfolk VA

SLAVES

Ceasar              m    30   5-8  Black (This line erased,

see below)

Emanuel        m    28   6-0  Black

Mary & Infant  f    18   5-2  Black



NOTE that the following was written on the manifest:  The

name of the slave first mentioned in this manifest "Cesar"

has been erased in this office before the clearance of the

Sch James Monroe, the said slave   ?      has been landed. 

Cutstoms Office, Norfolk.



#260

SAME ENTRY

O,S  George Wilson, Norfolk VA

SLAVES

George    m    26   5-7  Black



#261

Mobile    Sch Orleans Packet  M: A. Heartt        13 Feb

1821

SLAVES

Note:  Under owner or shipper co  ╦lumn, the following

appears:  A. Heartt, consigned to ? Old Le? Novaceut and A. 

 Heartt is shipper.

???       m    27   5-6  Negro



#262

Mobile    Sch Washington M: William L. Bennett    14 Feb

1821

S    James Bell, Claibourn

SLAVES

Moses          m    23   5-7  Mulatto

Fanny          f    40   5-1  Black



#263

Norfolk   Sch James Monroe    M:John Hopkins 24 Feb 1821

O,S  D. A.  Reynolds, Norfolk VA

SLAVES

Charles   m    33   5-3  Black







#264 SAME ENTRY

O,S  David A. Reynolds, Norfolk VA

SLAVES

Sally          f    30   5-6  Yellow

John      m    5    3-7  Bright Yellow or White



#265 SAME ENTRY     Note:  This is a summary manifest

Norfolk   Sch James Monroe    M: John Hopkins     25 Feb

1821

O,S  Edwin Lee

SLAVES

David          m    22   5-6  Mulatto

Scipio         m    40   5-7  L. Black

John      m    19   5-11 Black

Frank          m    24   5-5  Black

Tom       m    22   5-2  Black

Moses          m    24   5-10 Black

Stephen   m    24   5-6  Black

Anthony   m    19   5-5  Black

Lewis          m    22   5-9  Black

Esther         f    10   4-2  L. Black

Lucy      f    12   4-4  B. Molatto

Sarah          f    16   5-3  L. ? Mulatto

Joe       m    17   5-3  L. Black

Tom       m    26   5-5  L. Black

Tully          m    17   5-4  Black

Aaron          m    35   5-3      ╦ "

Ned       m    24   5-3     "

Jacob          m    24   5-4  L. Black

Daniel         m    23   5-3     "

Ned       m    __   5-6     "

Nancy & her    f    18   4-12    "

   child Betsey f   2    2-8     "

Nancy          f    17   5-1  Black 

Peggy          f    18   5-5  Black

Wener     f    41   5-1     "

Child at breast                  "

Grace          f    19   5-1     "

Rachel    f    16   4-11    "

Mary      f    10   4-5     "

Eady      f    4    3-3     "

Anthony   m    43   5-8     "

Rachel    f    28             Erasure made before the vessel

cleared

Jinny          f    28   5-1     "

Parris         m    26   5-7   Mulatto

Mary      f    16   4-9  Black

Sam       m         5-5     "

Jerry          m    26   5-6     "

Nancy          f    25   5-3     "

Davy      m    13   4-5     "











#266

Baltimore Brig Chatsworth     M: John Davison     3 Jan

1821

Note:  This ship was given permission at the Port of Mobile

on the 31 of January to land the slaves named in the

manifest.  On 2 Feb 1821, permission was given to proceed to

New Orleans.  On 15 Feb, at Balize, the collector of customs

entered a note: Examined and find Henry as described in this

list not to be aboard.  But Henrietta, a female that appears

to answer the age(?).  On 5 March, Beverly   ╦Chew,

collector of Customs for New Orleans gave the Chatsworth

permission to land.

O,S  David Anderson, Kentucky Consigned Hector Mc Lean &

Co., New Orleans

SLAVES

Jamy      m    25   5-8  Black

Daniel         m    18   5-8     "

Polly          f    22   5-4  Yellowish

Henrietta f    6    3-8       "

Maria          f    2    3-0       "

Charley   m    18   5-5       "

Rhoda          f    10   4-7       "

Adam      m    11   4-5       "

Henry          m    35   5-3       "

Nancy          f    8    4-3       "

Maria          f    4    3-3       "

Casey          m    8    3-9       "

Anna      f    2    2-7       "

Esther         f    10   5-11 Darker

Polly(Esther's ?Child)   f    4 mos     Darker



#267

Mobile    Sch ?          M: Thomas W. Dailey 2 March 1821

O,S  E. E. Russell

SLAVES

Matilda   f    10   4-7  Negro



#268

Charleston     Steamship Robert Fulton of New York     M: John

Mott   22 Feb 1821

S:   Solomon Debow

SLAVES

Abbey          f    8    4-0  Black



#269

Mobile    Sch Harriett   M:  John Pigeon          9 March 1821

O    A. L.

Sands (Lands)

SLAVES

Perry          m    27   5-6  Negro

Rose      f    9    4-2      "





INWARD SLAVE MANIFESTS  April-June 1821



#270

Mobile    Sch Harriett    M: John Pigeon     28 March 1821

S    William Mobley

SLAVES

Di  ╦ck       m    45   5-9  Negro





#271

Mobile    Sch Orleans Packet  M: A. Heartt        1 April

1821

S    A. Heartt

SLAVES

C?adet         m    12   4-12 Mulatto



#272

Baltimore Brig Emilie    M: Benjamin Godfrey 29 March

1821

O,S  William Bratten of Snow? Hill, Consigned to Shipper

SLAVES

Bob?      m    22   5-7  Dark Black     

Solomon   m    33   5-6  Black



#273

SAME ENTRY     27 March 1821

O,S  Thomas R. P. Spencer, Snow Hill

SLAVES

Charles   m    19   5-1  Pale Black

Harry          m    17   4-11 Pale Black

Ben       m    12   4-1  Black

Arthur    m    28   5-6  Mulatto

Kesiah    f    22   5-1  Black

Dorcas    f    18   4-11 Black

Vine      f    14   4-9  Black

Rose      f    11   4-5  Black

Harriet, Kesiah's Child

         Infant     10 mos    Bright Mulatto

Josiah    ?    4    3-0       Dark Mulatto



#274

SAME ENTRY

O    William Kermer, New Orleans   S: Henry Thompson

SLAVES

Lucy Williams  f    17   5-0  Negro



#275

Baltimore Ship Caroline of New Orleans  M:J. Serrill  2

March 1821

O,S  Thomas Ferguson for Helso & Ferguson

SLAVES

John      m    21   5-8  Pale Black

Hanson    m    21   5-7  Black

Jacob          m    17   4-11 Pale Black

Solomon Douglas     m    27   5-8  Mulatto



Via Balize 20 March   ╦1821, Arrived in New Orleans 3 April

1821



#276

Richmond  Sch Hannah of Gloucester   M: Solomon Davis  17

Jan 1821

Note:  Arrived 12 March at Balize  22 March at New Orleans

  Shipped by Charles Morgan of    ?    O or C: Laurent

Millaudin, New Orleans

SLAVES

Harry          m    43   5-6  Black

Frank          m    58   5-11 Black

#276 Con't.



Edmund    m    19   5-3  Brown

Christian m    20   5-6  Black

Abraham   m    18   5-8  Brown

Aberdeen  m    21   5-8  Yellow

Grace          f    25   5-4  Dark

Horatio (Infant w/ Grace) Age: 2

Peter          m    13   5-1  Black

Frank          m    14   5-5  "    "

Tom       m    12   4-4  "

Joshua    m    7    4-1

Charles   m    12   4-3  "

Henry          m    7    4-2  "

Richmond  m    13   4-8  "

Peter          m    8    4-2  "

Solomon   m    15   5-7  "

John           m    22   5-11 "

Gabrial   m    35   5-6  Brown

Randolph  m    8    4-2  Black

Edmund    m    13   4-10 "

Astin          m    6    3-4  Yellow

Ross      m    6    3-4  "

Phil      m    8    3-9  Black

Luke      m    13   4-6  "

Bartlett  m    7    3-7  "

Isereal   m    12   4-7  "

Godfrey   m    14   5-1  "

Mary Ann  f    21   4-11 Yellow

Lucy      f    2    2-8  Infant

Ratchel   f    12   5-4  Black

Betsey         f    15   5-1  "

Eady      f    5    3-7  Brown

Ratchele? f    16   5-4  Black

Nelly          f    22   5-5  Br  ╦own

Ratchell  f    50   4-5  Brown

Lucy      f    16   4-9  Black

Eliza          f    16   5-1  Black

Eliza          f    16   5-1  Brown

Grace          f    20   5-3  Yellow

     Louisa    Infant (presumably to Grace)

Dolly          f    8    4-0  Yellow

Lucy      f    16   5-3  Black

Nancy          f    8    3-11 "

Leana          f    40   5-1  "

Polly?    f    17   5-1  Yellow

Caroline  f    18   5-1  Black

     Nancy     Infant (presumably to Caroline)    

Polly          f    35   5-4  Black

Ally      f    8    4-4  Brown

Lucy      f    40   5-1  "

     James     Infant presumably to Lucy

Eady      f    16   5-0  Black

Burwell   m    9    4-1  "

#276 con't.

Max?well  m    7    3-9  "

John      m    7    3-12 "

William   m    8    4-9  "

Lucy      f    20   5-3  "

James          m    13   4-7  "

Caroline  f    24   5-5  "



#277 SAME ENTRY

Shipper, Owner or Consignee: Dennis Bragg of New Orleans, On

Board

William   m    5    3-4  Yellow

Stephen   m    13   4-8  Black



#278

Charleston     Brig Arethusa  M: H. Leslie        10 Feb

1821

O    E. Ewing, Charleston

SLAVES

Harry          m    24 or 25  6-2  Black



#279

Norfolk   Brig Emilie of Baltimore M: Benjamin Godfrey 4

April 1821

O,S  Joseph Isnard, New Orleans

Slaves

Armstead  m    17   5-6  All Black

Johnson   m    19   5-7

David          m    13   4-7

Davy      m    21   5  ╦-9



#280

Charleston     Sch Etna of Falmouth     M: Robinson Phinney 6

April 1821

O,S  (see below)

Slaves                        Shippers

Will      m    21   5-8  ?    Wlm Newston for

Trimbolz?, Charleston

Peter          m    23   5-7  ?    A. N. Mazyck, Charleston

                         

#281

SAME ENTRY          11 April 1821

O,S  John G?. Fraser

Slaves

Monday    m    25   5-10 Black     



#282

SAME ENTRY     6 April 1821

O    William Mc Elmoyle

Slaves

Maria          f    22   5-4  ?



#283

SAME ENTRY 

O,S  All John L. Alford, Alexandria, D.C. except where

noted.

Slaves

Peyton    m    21   5-4  All listed as "Negro" except

where noted

Ned       m    30   5-6     

Ben       m    30   5-10

#283 con't.

Adam      m    30   5-5  

Shadrach  m    24   5-5

Cornelius m    19   5-5

Amos      m    22   5-6

Bob       m    26   5-10 

Jacob          m    20   5-11

John      m    18   5-5  Mulatto

William   m    20   6-0      "

James          m    21   5-8      "

Nobb?          m    21   5-8  

Dick Sims m    35   6-2  

Jessee Gorham m     45   5-11

Roanoke   m    15   5-0

Jim       m    14   5-0

Thomas    m    13   4-11 Mulatto

David          m    16   5-5     "

Lucinda   f    35   5-1

Butler         m    10   4-4

Sophia    f    1    2-2

Rachel    f    9    3-5

Nelson    m    7    3-7

Jim       m    2    2-3

Ann       f    18   5-1

Richard   m    2    2-7  Mulatto

Win  ╦ney     f    16   4-10

Jim       m    2    2-3

Malinda   f    26   5-6

Eliza          f    2    2-3

Ellen          f    19   5-2

Betsey         f    14   4-11

Claracy   f    21   5-3

Harriet   f    20   5-3

Agnes          f    26   5-0

Carolline f    16   5-4  Mulatress

Hariet         f    17   5-5

Charlotte f    14   5-0

Daniel         m    8    3-10

Mariah & Child 

          f    18   5-1  Mulatresss     O,S: Robinson

Phinney



#284

Norfolk   Sch Ann of Norfolk  M: William Ross     10 April

1821

O,S  Hugh Pannell, Norolk VA

Slaves

John      m    31   5-6  Black



#285

SAME ENTRY               14 April 1821

O,S  Christopher Hubbard of Elizabeth City Co., VA

Slaves

Jessey         m    28   5-9  All Black except where noted

Peter          m    14   4-9  

Abraham   m    12   4-7  

#285 con't.

Lemes?    m    10   4-2

William   m    8    3-12

Phil      m    9    4-2

Lucy      f    10   4-6

Caroline  f    7    3-8

Maria          f    16   4-11

Chaney    f    4    3-3

Seller         f    32   5-2

Wilson    m    18   5-6

Ramson    m    19   5-4

Ralph          m    10   4-3

Jenny          f    12   4-11 Tawney

Oney      f    16   5-3

Piney          f    50   5-8

Abraham   m    22   5-5

Lucy      f    12   4-10

Betty          f    10   4-6

Paul      m    6    3-7  Tawney    

Henry          m    22   5-9     "

Robert    m    9    4-1

Haley          m    8    3-12

G?awen    m    10   4-2

Primus    m    13   4-11

Judy      f    19   5-5  Tawney

Rach  ╦el     f    19   5-3

Viney          f    18   4-11

Patsey         f    18   4-11

Harriet   f    7    4-0  

Esther         f    18   5-1

Lewis          m    18mos     2-4

Frances   f    40   5-3  Mulatto

Sally          f    12   4-6  Tawney

Peter          m    6    3-5  

Lillie Frances  f   3    2-11 Mulatto



#286

SAME ENTRY     (See previous entries for Lee)   14 April 1821

O,S  Edwin Lee, Norfolk

Slaves

Lucinda   f    17   5-2  All Black unless otherwise

noted

Matilda   f    16   5-1

Lucy      f    10   4-3

Billy          m    11   4-4

Ganey?    m    20   5-6  Tawney

Peggy          f    30   4-10    "

Pleasant  f    5    3-2     "

Robbin    m    33   5-8

Charles   m    18   5-5

James          m    30   5-9

Louisa         f    19   5-1  Mulatto

Tom       m    9    4-3

Davey          m    7    4-0

Ben       m    4    3-4

Criss          f    5    3-6

Peggy          f    49   5-2

Quarckeu? m    18   5-7  (Actually Quaque)

Henry          m    12   4-7

Jack      m    12   4-3

Peter          m    12   4-0

John      m    12   4-3

William   m    6    3-5

James          m    3    2-10

Patience  f    21   5-4  Mulatto

Nancy          f    28   5-3

Emely          f    15   5-3

Lean      f    13   5-0

Elizabeth f    9    3-11 Mulatto

Abey      f    ll   4-5

Tom       m    10   4-5

Lewis          m    11   4-4

Addition to the manifest

Len       m    19   5-10      O? C. A. Glunfall?



#287

Mobile    Slp Herald     M: H. Munroe   7 May 1821

O,S  William H.  ╦ Robertson, Mobile

Slaves

Jacob          m    26   5-3  Negro



#288

Charleston     Brig: Cosmopolite   M: Alexander Campbell    17

March 1821

O,S  Joseph W. Allston, Georgetown by Rich D. Smith

(shipper) Chaleston

Slaves

Abraham   m    26   5-11 Black



#289

SAME ENTRY

Slaves (See last column for O,S)

Jack      m    25   5-7  Black          Sifly* &

Mintzing, Charleston

Christmas m    35   5-7  Black          James Nolan,

Charleston

Inspected and found to agree except in the height of

Christmas.

* Henry Sifly signed the customs papers



#290

SAME ENTRY     20 March 1821

O,S  Michael Keckeley, Charleston

Slaves

Chalt? S. m    19   6-0  Black

Bob S.         m    22   5-9  Yellow

Via Balize.  Inspected and found to agree except in height.



#291

SAME ENTRY     17 March 1821

Slaves                             Owners

Ranson    m    19   5-6  Black          William Allan,

Charleston

Aaron          m    22   5-10 Black          A. B. Mazyck,

Charleston

Peter          m    30   5-9  Yellow    Peter Kennedy?,

Charleston

#292 SAME ENTRY

Slaves    Shipper = Thomas Cochran of Charleston

Robert    m    about 30  5-8  Mulatto   

Paul*          m    about 33  5-5  Black          

Paul listed "Has but o  ╦ne eye."



#293

SAME ENTRY

O: Joseph Pritchard, Charleston

Slaves                              

Robin          m    30   4-8  Black     



#294

SAME ENTRY

Slaves                                  Owners

Moses          m    29   5-10 Black          Charles

Edmundton?, Charleston

Diana          f    26   5-5  Black          John Hauck, Charleston



#295

SAME

ENTRY     17 March 1821

Slaves                                  Owners (All of Charleston)

Peter          m    24   5-9 or10 Black William Newton for

Elias Horry

Natt      m    21   5-6  Yellow    A. Campbell

James          m    38   5-7  Black          Dav M. Wasley

George    m    38   5-3  Black          Gibbs* & Harper not

on board

Arsenne   f    25   5-3  Black          A. Milne & Co. Not

on board

Lousia         f    2 her children Black          "

Lisette   f    5 her children Black          "

Maria          f    22   5-4  Yellow    Wlm. Mc Elmoyle not

on board

Hester         f    43   5-3  Black          Thomas T(F)ell?

June?          m    25   5-9  Black          Bery Moore Esq.

Anthony   m    48   5-4  Yellow    John R. Rogers

J?emima   m    21   5-3  Black          Timothy Sullivan

Ben       m    45   5-8  Black          Edward B. Linden

March     m    26   5-9  Black          John E. Shirmer

William   m    22   5-9  Black          John Wilson

*George Gibbs  Ages -- first seven were listed with

"about" preceding eac  jh age

* Heights -- The word "about" appeared at the top of the

height column.  The entries with the following names were

marked through with a line: George, Arsenne, Louisa,

Lisette, and Maria.  See following entry for clarification. 

Apparently, a separate manifest was completed as these

slaves were shipped on the Schooner Milo.

Note Written on form:  Creston House Charleston 17 March

1821

I do hereby certify that the names of George Gibbs, William

McElmoyle, and Andrew Milne erased above was done by me and

that the five slaves stated on the other side to be shipped

by them have not been shipped on board of this vessel. 

Edward Kennedy.



#296 (See #295)

Charleston     Sch Milo  M: Pearce Allan     15 March 1821

Slaves                                  Owners, All of Charleston

Arsenne   f    25   5-0  All Black      Andrew Milne

Louisa         f    2    3-6                      "              

Lizette   f    5    4-0                      "

George    m    30   5-2                 George Gibbs



  ═#297

AFFIDAVIT:

State of Louisiana,  Parish of New Orleans

Before me Joseph Roffigias, Mayor of the City of New

Orleans, personally appeared J. B. E. G. Muloan of the said

city, who for being duly sworn, says and declare, that he is

on his departure from this port for Le Havre (France), on

board the ship Concordia.  hereof Davis is master and

intends to take with him, on the same board, for his

personal attendance, his servant Thomas, a free Negro man,

forty five years of age, five feet and seven inches height,

the forehead somewhat back having some wringles (sic) around

the chin and mouth -- and said G. B. E. G. Missuss, further

states that the above present declaration is made in order

that on his return to the City of New Orleans, or  ═

otherwise said free Negro man Thomas above described may be

permitted to return and be admitted in this City of New

Orleans.  Sworn to and subscribed before me at New Orleans

the 17th day of April 1821.  ____ , Mayor



District of Mississippi, Port of New Orleans

Having seen the above declaration and description of the

negro man Thomas, permission is hereby given to bring him

back into this District, provided he shall be presented? ??

Inspector of the Customs at the Balize, prior? to his

departure and on his return to that place? the Inspector

will certify the same in this permit. Bev. Chew

Follows a note in French attesting that the said person did

arrive in France.



#298

Baltimore Brig: Intelligence  M: B. J. Jenkins    1 May

1821

O,S,C     A  zlexander Somerville

Slaves

Roswell   m    60   5-8  Black

Bill      m    30   6-0     "

Na??      m    22   5-10    "

John      m    27   5-10    "

Rebecca   f    18   5-5     "

Nelly          f    18   5-4  Yellow

Phillis   f    25   5-4  Black

Lucy      f    2    3-0  Yellow

Mary Ann  f    2    3-0     "

Mary Ann  f    1    2-0  Black

Note: Names 3 and 4 were marked out, but no reference notes

were entered by Customs at New Orleans to indicate that

these slaves did not land or were not on board.



#299

SAME ENTRY     27 April 1821

S & A: Joseph A. Wallace of Baltimore  O: D. A. McCoy  C:

Isaac L. McCoy, New Orleans

Slaves

Joseph    m    14   4-10 Black

Louis          m    11   4-2     "

Oliver         m    9    3-10 Light Black

Lloyd          m    8    3-8  Dark Mulatto  ╦



#300

SAME ENTRY

O & S: Benedict J. Jenkins of Baltimore

Slaves

Joseph    m    21   5-0  Black



#301

SAME ENTRY     30 April 1821

S:  John Barron of Baltimore  C:  Margaret Lewis, New

Orleans

Slaves

Harriet   f    23   5-0  Mulatto



#302

SAME ENTRY

O,S  Victor de Mapiere, New Orleans

Slaves

John Selden              m    25   5-7  Black

Jakes Porter             m    20   5-5  Mulatto

William Sheppherd        m    20   5-8  Black

S?empson Nichelson       m    25   5-6     "

George Mathews      m    17   5-6     "

Edward              m    14   4-8     "

Mathew              m    12   4-6     "

Joe                 m    9    4-2     "

William T?eeb       m    36   5-5     "

Davis Lasty              m    ?    4-5     "

Katy Holton?             f    25   5-4     "

Jerry                    m    18   5-5  Mulatto

Eloisa                   f    14   4-9  Black

William             m    13   4-5     "

Lucy                f    26   5-1     "

Robert              m    14   4-9     "



Note:  "Joe is a mulatto boy says his mother is free." 

Apparently some discrepancy existed about Joe's description

and the number of slaves on board.  No indication given as

to how resolved.  A note indicates "...found them to agree

excepting one mulatto boy said to be black on the manifest."

 Bev  ╦erly Chew, head of customs, states:  "Satisfacory

security has _____ to produce proof of the boy Joe being a

slave -- the whole of the slaves may therefore be landed." 

Permission was granted to land.  



#303 SAME ENTRY     1 May 1821

O,S  David Anderson C: Hector Mc Lean & Co. Merchants,

New Orleans

Slaves

Moses Pringle  m    22   5-6  Black

Thomas Dinniston    m    25   5-10    "

Solomon        m    20   5-6     "

Ben            m    24   5-8   Yellowish

Harry               m    16   5-2  Black

William        m    11   4-7     "

Mary           f    19   4-9  Dark Mulatto

Fanny               f    9    4-3     "          "

Ann Primrose   f    25   5-3  Mulatto



#304

Norfolk   Brig Arathusa  R. Fisher 5 May 1821

O,S  John Hopkins, Norfolk

James Robinson m    34   5-4  All Black

Nancy               f    14   5-1  

Sally               f    15   5-1



#305

Mobile    Sch Bright Phoebus   M: Stephen Chandler          April 30

1821

Slaves                             Owners

Bill m    21   5-5  tawny ___ S. Chandler    Mobile

Joe  m    30   6-0  black          S. Chandler    Mobile

Jim  m    24   6-0  black          T. Richardson  Mobile (on

board)

Dice f    34   5-3  black          A. Gunnison    Mobile



#306

Baltimore & Norfolk Brig Emilie    M: B  ╦enjamin

Godfrey        15 May 1821

Statement:     Attests that no change has taken place except

that "... one of them retained at Baltimore by legal process

and one birth in the passage."  



#307

Mobile    Slp Murtha     E. B. Tatum    16 May 1821

S:   A. F. Storm, Mobile

Slaves

Sam  m    24   5-10 Mulatto



#308

Norfolk   Sch Ann   M: William Ross     14 April 1821

Slaves Shipped or Owned by Christopher Hubbard, Elizabeth

City County, Virginia

Jesse          m    28   5-9  All black unless indicated

Peter          m    13   4-9

Abraham   m    12   4-7

Lewis          m    10   4-2

William   m    8    3-11

Phil      m    9    4-2

Lucy      f    10   4-6

Caroline  f    7    3-7

Maria          f    16   4-11

Chaney    m    4    3-3

Siller         m    32   5-2

Wilson    m    18   5-6

Rawson    m    17   5-4

Ralph          m    10   4-2

Jenny          f    12   4-11 tawney

Oney      f    16   5-3

Piney          f    2?   5-8

Abraham   m    22   5-3

Lucy      f    12   4-9

Betty          f    10   4-6

Paul      m    6    3-1  tawney

Henry          m    22   5-9

Robert    m    9    4-1

Haley          m    8    3-11

Gawen     m    10   4-2

Primus    m    13   4-11

Judy      f    17   5-5  tawney

Rachel    f    19   5-3

Viney          f    18   4-11

Patsy          f    18   4-11

Hariet         f    7    4-0

Esther         f    18   5-1

Lewis          m    18 mos 2-4

Frances     ╦f     40   5-3  mulatto

Sally          f    12   4-6  tawney

Peter          m    6    3-5

Little Frances f    3    2-11 mulatto

Slaves owned by Edwin Lee, Norfolk 

Lucinda   f    17   5-2  

Matilda   f    16   5-1

Lucy      f    10   4-3

Billy          m    11   4-4

Garey          m    20   5-6  tawney

Peggy          f    30   4-10

Pleasant  f    5    3-2

Robbin    m    33   5-1  

Charles   m    1    5-5

James          m    30   5-9

Louisa         f    19   5-1  mulatto

Tom       m    9    4-3

Cary      m    7    4-0

Ben       m    4    3-4

Cris      f    5    3-6

Peggy          f    49   5-2

Quaku          m    18   5-7

Henry          m    12   4-7

Jack      m    12   4-3

Peter          m    12   4-0

John      m    12   4-2

William   m    6    3-5

James          m    3    2-10

Patience  f    21   5-4  mulatto

Nancy          f    28   5-3

Emily          f    15   5-3

Elsey          f    15   5-1

Lelor?         f    13   5-0

Elizabeth f    9    3-11 mulatto

Abbey          f    11   4-5

Tom       m    10   4-4

Lewis          m    11   4-3

Len       m    19   5-10

Slaves owned by Hugh Pannell, Virginia

John      m    31   5-6



#309

New York  BrigPhoebe Ann M: Silas Holmes     3 May 1821

O:  William Meyer, New Orleans     S: John Turnard, New York

Slaves

Melinda   f    19   5-0  mulatto



#310

Mobile    Slp Alabama Packet  M: John Pigeon 20 June 1821

O &

S: Philip M. Lasky

Slaves

Dick      m    24   5-8  Nigra (sic)



#31  ╦0 con't.   

Note:   "....  the person above described has been condemned

in the District Court for the district of Alabama as

imported in violation of under the laws of the states and

sold under a decree of the court by the marshall of the said

district, and is lawfully held to service and labor."  The

collector of the port, Addie Lewis, signed stating that "I

know the above statement to be correct."



#311 Same Entry

S: Wm H. Robertson

Slaves

Adam      m    33   5-8  Negro     



#312

Baltimore Brig Agent     M: Samuel VanHorn        15 June

1821

O,S: Jos Isnard, New Orleans  

Note: All listed as "Negro" unless otherwise indicated

Slaves

Louis          m    24   5-6  Black

James          m    27   5-8  Mulatto

Enoc      m    14   4-9       "

Mary      f    24   5-4        "

George    m    8    3-9        "

Thomas    m    6    3-8         "

Esther         f    9    3-11 

Esther         f    23   5-4  

Matilda   f    3    

Lucinda   f    18 mos

James          m    23   5-1

Lydia          infant

Philis         f    20   5-2

William   m    2

Sarah          f    18   4-11

Esther         f    12   4-6

Mary      f    9    4-1

Peter          m    10   4-1

Appy      m    33   5-10

Moses          m    30   5-10

Joe       m    17   5-6

Willi  ╦am    m    8    3-11

Melinda   f    17   5-3



#313 Same Entry

O,S  Robert Brough, Norfolk

Slaves

Joe       m    21   5-5  Mulatto



#314

Charleston     Slp Ann Thomas      M: Capt. Thomas

Budd      2 May 1821

O,S: Augustus Tollin

Arrival: 20th June

Slaves

Vincent   m    48   5-0  Black



#315

Same Entry

O,S: Dr. Robert Chisolm  TO:  George Chisolm

Slaves

Gibbs          m    25   5-4  Black



#316 Same Entry

O, S:  This information is not lined properly.  Therefore,

ownership for Carolina and Joe is difficult to determine. 

The name Wm.? Newton was next to Fortune and Chloe in the

owner/shipper column.  For Carolina, the following was

entered: for Caleb C. Loud (?) and for James F. Edwards. 

For Joe, the following was entered: for Jas S. Hopkins and

the following line read, Hugh P. Davis.  Under residence

column, the name Manchester was listed on the second line,

Sumpter District on the third, Charleston on the fourth, and

Goode Creek on the last line.   Deposition listed Wm Newton

and H. P. Davis as shippers.

Slaves

Fortune   m    27   5-10 blank     

Chloe  ╦      f    35   4-11 blank     

Carolina  m    22   4-11 Black     

Joe       m    18   5-2  Yellow    



#317 Same entry

Slaves

Eliza          f    13   blank     blank

Note:  Under Owner/Shipper column :  Paul D'Emilie, a free

Blackman---Charleston.  On the deposition, D'Emilie was

listed as the owner and signed his name Paul De'mellee.





INWARD SLAVE MANIFESTS   July-September 1821



#318

Pensacola (Territoy of Florida)  Sch Washington   M: Edward

Wyme 21 July 1821

Slaves                                  Owners

Peter          f    40   5-6  Mulatto   A. Duncan, New

Orleans

Prince    f    46   5-6  Negro          D. Morgan, New

Orleans



#319

Mobile    Slp Herald     M: Hugh Monroe 12 July 1821

S: Terry M. Cusker

Slaves

Lucy      f    25   5-6  Mulatto

Caroline  f    3    2-6  Mulatto



#320

Baltimore Brig Agent     M: Samuel Van Horn       8 June

1821

O & S: Levi Pierce, Baltimore      Consignee: Jos S.  Winter

(?) , New Orleans

Slaves

Toby      m    50   5-5  Black



#321

Same entry

S: Lewis Condin, Baltimore    C: Madame Veuve Condin or

Conair, on board

Slaves

Mirabelle f    55   5-2  Black

Sephora   f    32   5-1  Black





#322

Same entry

O, S, C: John S. Jackson,   ╦on board

Jacob Wilson   m    13   4-8  Black



#323

Mobile    Sch Harriet    M: John M. Cloud    24 July 1821

O: Philip M. Lasky, Mobile

Slaves

China          f    23   5-4  Mulatto

May       f    4    2-?  Mulatto

Elma      f    2    2-4  Mulatto



#324

Baltimore Brig: Agent    M. Samuel Van Horn  18 June

1821  Balize: 29 July 1821

Slaves Owned by Joseph Isnard of New Orleans, Note: See

entry #312 above

Note:  James, line 11, customs official at Balize

(Mississippi) noted: "Examined and found correct with the

exception of James marked thus (with an asterisk*), find

Louis Wilson a Black Inbound in place of James."

Slaves

Louis          m    24   5-6  Black

James          m    27   5-8  Mulatto

Enoc      m    14   4-9       "

Mary      f    24   5-4        "

George    m    8    3-9        "

Thomas    m    6    3-8         "

Esther         f    9    3-11 

Esther         f    23   5-4  

Matilda   f    3    

Lucinda   f    18 mos

James          m    23   5-1

Lydia          infant

Philis         f    20   5-2

William   m    2

Sarah          f    18   4-11

Esther         f    12   4-6

Mary      f    9    4-1

Peter          m    10   4-1

Appy      m    33   5-10

Moses          m    30   5-10

Joe       m    17   5-6

William   m    8    3-11

Melinda   f    17   5-3



Slaves owned by Robert  ╦ Brough, Norfolk

Joe       m    21   5-5  Mulatto





Slaves owned by Bartholomew Accinelly, Portsmouth, Virginia

Roger          m    45   5-10 All black unless indicated

Richard   m    21   5-8

Jasper         m    35   5-8

Davy      m    40   5-9

#324 con't.

Willis         m    21   5-7

Harry          m    14   4-11

Charles   m    12   4-8

Davy      m    11   4-4

George    m    11   4-2

Charles   m    11   4-2

Oscar          m    10   3-11

Rit       m    8    3-6

Robert    m    13   4-10

Charles   m    22   5-5

Peggy          f    28   5-3

Mary      f    19   5-4

Ada       f    14   5-2

Betty          f    40   5-1

Rosetta   f    10   4-5

Joicy          f    25   5-1

China          f    12   4-8

Suckey    f    14   5-0

Linner    f    17   5-2

Eliza          f    12   4-9

Lucy      f    11   4-5

Suckey    f    10   4-1

Easther   f    9    4-0

Matilda   f    5    3-4

Matilda   f    12   4-5



#325

Philadelphia   Ship: Ohio     M: James Stephenson 1 July

1821

Owners appear in last column

Slaves



Jack      m    35   5-11 Mulatto   Thomas Butler, ?

Granville, La

Dorothea  f    25   5-4  Black          Wm Miller,

Alexandria

George    m    5         Mulatto        "         "

Erlia          f    20 mos    Mulatto        "         "

Newman    m    15        Black               "         "

Fanny          f    14        Black          Benjamin Morgan,

New Orleans

Note: Manifest indicates that Jack, Dorothea, George, Erlia

w  ╦ere "left behind in Philadelphia."  At  Balize, the

customs officer states:  "The within mentioned Fanny a

female and Newman present -- Jack, George, Dorothea & Julia

left in Philadelphia."



 #326

Charleston          Sch Satellite  M; John F. Fields   7

June 1821

O: Thomas Kirk, Charleston

Slaves

Dye       f    28   4-10 All Black

John      m    5    3-9

Anthony*  m    3    2-11

Phoebe*   f    3    2-10

Ben       m    an infant 3 most

Betsey         f    30   5-7

John      m    25   5-8

Toney          m    30 to 35   5-3

 #327          

Pensacola Sch Charles    M: David Hall       28 August

1821

O: Thomas H. Mitchell, Pensacola

Slaves

William   m    28   5-8  Negro



#328

Philadelphia   Ship Orleans of Philadelphia  M: Benjamin

Snell     6 August 1821

O:  T. A. Morgan, Philadelphia

Slaves

Rirden alias Jeremiah Fraser

          m    34   5-11 Mulatto



 #329

Same Entry

O: James C. Williams, Natchez

Slaves

Charlotte f    16   5-0  Mulatto



Inward Slave Manifests, October to December 1821



#330

Philadelphia      Brig Titania of Philadelphia   M:  D. T.

Brown     12 September 1821

O:  T. A. Morgan, Philadelphia

Slaves

Quaih Run?   ╦or Quash Run   m    45   5-6  Black



#331

Pensacola Sch James Madison   M: John Hall   29 September

1821

O: J. Graupara  Residence entered as: now at Pensacola

Slaves

Joseph    m    13   4-5  Black



#332

Mobile    Sch Lady of the Lake     M: Julian Lepine    9

October 1821

O: Fauquet Coffee, Mobile (His mark)

Slaves

Brand?    f    30   4-10 Mulatto

Assina?   f    32   5-0  Negro



#333 

Norfolk   Sch James Monroe    M: J. C. Saunders   19

October 1821

O: J. B. Sinclair, on board

Slaves

Diana Seldin        f    15   5-1  Black

Peter Jones         m    28   5-11 Black

Edmond Barber  m    18   5-7  Yellow

Clarisa Tilden?*    f    35   5-3  Black     * Probably Seldin

William

Shorter   m    12   4-6  Black

Judy Barber         f    9    4-1  Black

Eliza Mallory       f    12   4-3  Black

James Seldin        m    5    3-2  Tawny





 #334

New York  Slp Japello?        M: W. Hatheway 7 October

1821

O: D. Mc Mann, Savannah       C:  L. M. Hogan, Savannah

Note:  Destination listed as Darien, Georgia

Slaves

Fender    F    30   5-1  blank     



 #335

Norfolk   Sch James Monroe    M: John C. Saunders 20

October 1821

O. Jos Dawley, on board

Slaves

Solomon   m    45   5-8  Black

  ╦

#336 

Same Entry

O: Thomas Balls, Norfolk

Slaves

Ned Boush m    45   5-10 Black     

Africa Stokes  m    48   5-4  Black



 #337

Same Entry 

O:  Henry D. Ende or Erde, New Orleans

Slaves

Billy          m    46   5-8  All Black unless otherwise

indicated

Ben       m    10   4-0  Mulatto

Fanny          f    7    3?-8

Judith         f    27   5-5

Manuel    m    9    4-2

William   m    5    3-4

Jane      f    2

Dinah          f    14   5-0

Peggy          f    20   5-1

Dinah          f    36   5-4

Henson    m    11   4-3

John      m    6    3-11 Mulatto

Hanson    m    10   4-4

Bob       m    16   5-4  Mulatto

Joe       m    9    3-12 

Salsbury  m    17   5-5

Milly          f    14   4-9

Jinny          f    14   4-11

James          m    32   5-6  Yellow

Sam       m    23   5-5





Entry #338 

Same Entry

O: B. Accinelly, Portsmouth (See previous manifest for

Accinelly)

Slaves

Sally Johnson  f    25   5-2  Tawny

Anny Pusey          f    16   4-10 Tawny   (See #404 for

further comments.)

Robert Jones        m    16   5-1  Black

#338 con't.

Jacob Woodhouse     m    13   4-5  Black

Jack Armistead m    15   4-9  Black

James Brown         m    15   4-9  Black   (See #404 for

further comments.)

Colter Fuller       m    14   4-6  Black

Jacob Gordon        m    35   5-7  Black

Henry Mosely   m    24   5-5  Tawny

Moses Ow  ╦ens          m    19   5-9  Black

Bob Morris          m    22   5-8  Black

Sam Davis      m    15   4-11 Black





Entry #339 

Same Entry

O:  Henry D. Ende, New Orleans for S. Robinson, Richmond

Washington     m    26   5-7  All black unless indicated

otherwise

Joe       m    19   5-10

Joe       m    23   5-5

Sampson   m    22   5-8

Bartlett  m    22   5-4

Beverly   m    20   5-4

Harrison  m    25   5-3

Lewis          m    17   5-2

Peter          m    18   5-5

Joe       m    18   5-3

Lewis          m    16   5-?

Sam White m    28   5-6  (See #404 for further

comments.)

Stafford  m    20   5-3

George    m    21   5-9

Jesse          m    18   5-0

Anthony   m    14   4-10

Henry          m    13   4-7

Leo       m    11   4-4

Jack      m    11   4-6  Yellow

Hiram          m    10   4-2

Ruffin    m    8    3-12

Wesley    m    8    4-0

Clarissa  f    22   5-2

Milly          f    22   5-1  Yellow

Ann       f    15   5-6

Caroline  f    17   5-2  Yellow

Fanny &   f    24   5-3

Infant Boy     all left blank

Abby      f    12   4-10

Silva          f    18   4-11

Gabrilla  f    11   4-8

Jenny          f    14   4-11

Diana          f    10   4-6

Maria          f    9    4-2  (See #404 for further

comments.)











#340

Same Entry

O:  F. Gouzon, New Orleans

Slaves (Note:  All entered as black unless otherwise

indicated)

Hannah    f    14   4-6  Yellow

Mary      f    16   5-1  

A  ╦bby       f    19   5-8

Rose      f    35   5-3

Jane      f    26   5-1

Aniky &   f    20   5-3

Infant         2

(The above two were connected with a line)

Nanny     f    17   5-0

Easter         f    8    3-11 Brown

Miles          m    16   5-0

George    m    11   4-3

Daniel         m    11   4-2

Edy       f    24   5-3

Louisa         f    9    3-11

Sally          f    14 months

William   m    5    3-0

Fanny &   f    18   5-4

Infant    m    8 months

(Note:  Fanny & infant are linked with a line)

Africa Scott   m    21   5-4  Tawny

Elsey          f    7    3-9

Ned       m    23   5-5

Cesar          m    30   5-8

Bill      m    24   5-2

Newsom    m    25   5-3  Mulatto



#341 

Same Entry

O:  Isabel Gros, Louisiana

Slaves

Stephen   m    21   5-6  All Black

Jack      m    31   5-8

Mingo          m    29   5-6



#342 Same Entry    

O: H. D. Ende for S. Robinson, Richmond

Slaves

Daniel Turner  m    40   5-5  Black



#343 Same Entry     (Also see #404)

O:  H. D. Ende for A. Dick, New Orleans

Slaves

George Washington   m    26   5-6  Black     (See #404

for further comments.)

Henry               m    27   5-7  Black



#344

Charleston     Brig Cosmopolite    M: Joseph A. Silliman    28

August 1821

Slaves         Owner:  Joseph Clark

Benjoe    m    27   5-10 Black



#345

Same Entry     1 September 1821

Note:   ╦ Owners appear in last column

Slaves

Elijah         m    25   5-10 Black          Samuel

Woolfolk, Charleston

Shadrac   m    26   5-5  Mustee         "         "

Philip         m    19   5-7  Black               "         "

Mary      f    17   5-1  Black               "         "

Emeline   f    14   4-7  Black               "         "

Eliza          f    17   4-11 Black               "         "

Patsy          f    15   4-10 Black          John Mc

Millan    "

March?    m    28   5-4  Black          William Haciere?    "



#346 Same

Entry     3 September 821

Slaves

Thomas    m    17   4-6  Black     E. Fraser per Wm

Newton, Chrleston

Tom Cohen m    22   5-4  Black     M. Cohen per Wm

Newton,Charleston

Note:  Cohen & Fraser are owners, Newton is shipper



#347 Same Entry

Note:  Owner status in last column.  Residence was

Charleston for all.

Slaves

Cuffy          m    30   5-10 Dark complected     Wm Newton

for M. Lucas

Phoebe    f    25   5-3  Black               Thomas

Chrietzburg

Limus          m    45   5-5  Black               Samuel N.

Stevens for Susan                                           B.

Leggare

Cudjoe         m    18   5-0  Black               C. Packard

/P.M. Olds

Tom Parker     m    30   5-3  Black               Moses

Parker per Wm                                          Newton

John      m    35   5-8  Black               Wm Newton for

I. Pierce

Isaac          m    18   5-4  Black               P. M. Call

for L. M. Mc  ╦ Call

Tom Moses m    21   5-6  Black               Isaiah Moses

Sampson   m    40   5-10 Black               John  Donald

(Domald?)

June      m    21   5-4  Black               Dr. Dan

Lugare (Leggare?(

Robert    m    30   5-7  Yellow         Aaron Phillips

George    m    33   5-5  Black               Warley & Co for

T. M Caldwell

Tom Calhoon    m    31   5-8  Yellow         John Calhoon



Signators to the deposition were:  John P. M. Call, John

Domald?, Daniel Legare, W. Olds, William Newton, Samuel N.

Stevens, Isaiah Moses, Aaron Phillips, C. Warley, Tho.

Chrietzburg, Jonathan? Calhoon.



#348 Same Entry

S: Tho. Cochran, Charleston

Slaves

Cato      m    45   5-6  Black

William   m    35   5-11 Black



#349 Same Entry

S: Tho Cochran for David Ungerhart?

Slaves

Moses          m    32   5-7  Left blank



#350

Norfolk   Arethusa  M:   30 October 1821

Slaves         O: Wm. Daughtry, on board

George    m    28   6-0  All black unless indicated

Hansell   m    29   5-8

Jim       m    22   5-7

Peter          m    19   5-5

Winney    f    15   4-11

Middey    f    15   5-2  Brown

Chaney    f    30   5-3

Mary      f    5    3-6

Rose      f    3    3-2

Lucy      f    25   5-4

Viney          f    8    4-1  Yellow

Incey          f    4    3-3  Yellow

Henry          m    1         Tawny

Aggy        ╦f     8    4-2



#351 Same Entry

O. Thos R. Gray, on board

Slaves

Davy      m    45   5-8  All Black unless indicated

Isaac          m    28   5-9

Peter          m    22   5-12

Jacob          m    21   5-8

Charles   m    20   5-6

Isaac          m    23   5-3

Ned       m    13   4-10

Chloe          f    30   5-4

Anikey    f    25   5-6

Chaney    f    32   5-1

Sall      f    40   5-4

Abby      f    23   5-2

Zilphy    f    25   5-1

Easter         f    45   5-3

Milly          f    40   5-1

Lucy      f    11   4-9

Winney    f    10   4-6

Pleasant  f    8    3-10

Lizzy          f    6    3-11

Bett      f    2    2-0

Dizzy          f    1    

Sall      f    1

Friday         m    1

Nan       f    9    4-2

Judy      f    2    2-0

Dolly          f    16   5-5

Bennett   m    25   5-4



#352 Same Entry

Slaves         O: Wm Mac Rea, on board (Col. Wm. Mac Rea)

Patsy Ash f    11   4-8  Black (Indented Slave)

Chloe          f    22   5-2  Mulatto

& Fanny her child   3         Mulatto

#353 Same Entry

O:  Maxwell Sommerville, on board

Edmund    m    10   4-7  Tawney (Note, all black unless

indicated)

George    m    19   5-8    Tawney

Quash          m    22   5-7

James          m    26   5-6

Kesiah    f    16   5-3  Tawney

Mary      f    11   4-6  Tawny

Dick      m    40   5-7  

William   m    13   4-7

Lilly Ann f    16   5-1

Fanny          f    15   5-2

Dafney    f    35   5-5

Sally          f    28   5-5  Tawny

Jenny          f    2    2-3  Tawny

Jen  ╦ny      f    35   5-1

Silva          f    21   5-5

Rachel    f    20   5-4

Jeffry         f    14   4-11

Nanny     f    14   5-1

Esther(Easter) f    12   5-8

John      m    6    3-7

Henry          m    4    3-4

Charles   m    7    3-9

Henry          m    3    3-4

Henry          m    13   5-0  Yellow

Betty          f    9    4-5

Phillis   f    15   5-8

John      m    12   4-11 Yellow

William   m    10   4-7  Tawny

Primus    m    24   5-5

Mary      f    24   5-6

Grace          f    25   5-0

Hannah    f    34   5-1

Rose      f    28   4-11

Tamer          m    22   4-10

Sally          f    19   5-1  Tawny

Winney    f    15   5-1

Jenny          f    11   4-8  Yellow

Daniel         m    11   4-5  Dark

Lucy      f    18   4-10

Ned       m    1    2-4

Betsey         f    6    3-6

Patty          f    7    3-11

Sally          f    3    2-10

Byrd      m    8 mon          mulatto

Elizabeth f    1 mon          dark

Aggy      f    28   5-3

Elsy      f    15   4-11

Sally          f    12   4-12

Lucy      f    11   4-10

Fanny          f    6    3-11

Lewis          m    7    3-7

Maria          m    2    rest blank



#354

Boston    Brig George    M:  Richard King    4 October

1821 

Landed 31 October

O:  Eben Fisk, New Orleans

Slaves

Suzanna   f    20   5-1  Black





#355

New York  Brig Emma of New York    M:  W. Fosdick    2

October 1821

O,S:  c/o J. Benham, New Orleans

Slaves

Bass      m    11   4-4  Black



Entry #356

Norfolk   Sch James Monroe    M: John C. Saun  ╦ders  ___

October 1821

O, S: John C. Saunders, on board

Slaves

Milly          f    30   5-5  Tawney

Catherine f    4 mon     1-10 Tawney

Sarah          f    30   5-2  Black

Rose      f    14   4-9  Black

Merrit    m    8    3-10 Black

Jack      m    7    3-6  Black

Eliza          f    5    3-5  Yellow

Jupiter   m    9 mon          Yellow

Tabby          f    15   4-10 Black

Spencer Wilson   m  15   4-10 Tawney

William Wilson    m 16   4-9  Black (Bad eye)

Warner Wilson    m  16   5-0  Black

Matilda Wilson     f     8    3-11 Black

Reuben Dawley   m   13   4-5  Black

John Gray m    34   5-10 Yellow

John C. Carter  m   24   5-8  Black

George Taylor  m    20   5-5  Black

Edmond Moore m 40   5-7  Yellow



#357

Norfolk   Brig Arethusa  M: Reuben Fisher    1 November

1821

O:  J. A. Adams, on board

Slaves

John Runlet    m    16   5-4  Dark Mulatto (Indented)



#358

New York  Brig Phoebe Ann     M: Silas Holmes     11 October

1821

S:  Silas Holmes, on board

Slaves

Lucy      m    16   Black     



#359

Philadelphia   Ship Franklin  M:  J. J. Garwin?   26 September

1821

O:  J. B. Wilkinson, New Orleans   S: Capt. J. Toby

Slaves

Betsey         f    22   5-5  Mulatto

#360

Norfolk   Brig Arethusa  M: Reube  ╦n Fisher     6 November

1821

O:  Townes L. Webb, Petersburg Virginia

Slaves

James          m    20   5-9  All Black

Jacob          m    24   5-8

Matilda   f    25   5-7

Maria          f    10   4-5

Sally Richardson

          f    16   5-7

Sally Corke    f    12   4-7

Harry Fulcher  m    16   5-3

Stephen Bradley  m  15   4-6

Peter          m    12   4-6

John Fulcher   m    12   4-6

Henry Fulcher   m   13   4-6

Sophia Weaver  f    16   5-1

Patty Suttles  f    12   2-8

Patty Fulcher  f    12   4-7

Cloe      f    16   5-2

Nancy Roper    f    12   4-2

Eliza Fulcher  f    12   4-7

Ceasar         m    13   4-3

Toby      m    13   4-9

Scipio         m    12   4-3

Phillip   m    12   4-6

Bob       m    10   3-10

Daniel         m    12   4-6

Joe       m    10   4-1

Joe Hatcher    m    14   4-8

Len?      m    13   4-3

John      m    14   4-4

Suckey    f    30   5-2

Charlotte infant     2   2-1

William   m    5    3-9





#361

Pensacola Sch Luigrand   of New Bedford M: G. Gibbs    31

October 1821

O:  Ann Richardson (his mark) of New Orleans

Slaves

Abe       m    31   5-3  Black

James          m    22   5-8  Black



#362

Note:  The Brig Intelligence departed Baltimore around 18th

of September (See following manifests.).  The Brig was at

Balize by October 17th.  On 3 November, an order was  ╦

issued to inspect the slaves at New Orleans.  Permission was

given to land the slaves with the note that "except Jim

Marshall not inspected."  

16th November 1821

Statement by Ship's master: "... no change has taken place

in the number or description of slaves on board said brig

since my departure from Baltimore except this Neger Stephen

died on the voyage."   So Help me God, B. J. Jenkins



Statement of William Fitz, Inspector:

     The slaves mentioned within are landed.  The said Jim

Marshall is with his master.  I have not seen him on board. 

I have called frequently for that purpose.

Note:  This refers to an upcoming manifest.  See Entry # 365

below.



#363

Baltimore Brig Intelligence   M: Benedict J. Jenkins   18

September 1821

S:  Gideon T. King of Baltimore    C:  Wm T. Gorham,

Merchant, New Orleans

Slaves:

Darkey    m    12   4-7  Black

Elsey          f    18   5-1  Mulatto

Anne      f    12   4-8  Black

Phoebe    f    25   4-11 Yellowish

Caroline  infant    6 months  Mulatto

Thos Gibson    m    35   5-12 Yellowish

William Flesbury  m 35   5-  ┴10  Yellowish

Henry     Singo     m    25   5-9  Black

Charles Hopkins    m     25   5-8  Black

Stephen   m    30   5-10 Yellowish (dead)

Will Mitchell  m    20   5-4  Black

Harris         m    19   5-7  Mulatto

Henny Hackett   f   24   5-3  Black



#364 Same Entry

O, S:  J. W. Zacharie, New Orleans

Slaves

Crawley   m    20   5-8  Negro

Ben       m    24   5-8  Negro



#365 Same Entry     See Note in #362 above.

S:  Capt. David Griffith of Baltimore   C:  Messrs. Pierce

& Gorham, New Orleans

Slaves

Jim Marshall   m    36   5-7  Black - ___ 22nd October



#366 Same Entry

S:  R. L. Colt C:  James H. Shepherd

Slaves

Phoebe Black   f    35   Mulatto   Note:  No heights given.

Child

of Phoebe      f     2 yrs    Mulatto

Infant of Phoebe    f    3 mon     Mulatto



#367

Norfolk   Brig: Hollow   M: Henry Leslie     14 November

1821

O,S:  Richard Drummond, Norfolk

Slaves

Dennis    m    22   5-7  Black

James West     m    13   4-9  Black

James          m    8    3-10 Black

Thomas    m    1    4-11 Black

Easter         f    23   5-4  Black

Maria          f    17   5-1  Black

Milly          f    6    3-9  Black

Harriet   f    10   3-1  Black



#368

Same Entry

O,S:   B. Accinelly, Portsmouth

Slaves

Booker    m    3  ╦5    5-2  All Black unless indicated

Isaam          m    34   5-4

Peter          m    26   5-5  

Ned       m    19   5-8

John      m    18   5-7

Thomas    m    14   4-9  Tawney

Lydia          f    15   5-2

Kitty          f    16   5-0

Rose      f    12   4-7

John      m    20   5-7

Denis          m    21   5-7

Nicy      f    19   5-3  Tawney

Hannah    f    13   4-7



#369

Same Entry

O,S: E. Mayronne, New Orleans

Slaves

Males

Isaac          18   5-6  Black unless indicated

Lewis          34   5-8  Tawney

Jacob          19   5-9  Tawney

Toney          30   5-7

Isaac          34   5-9  Tawney

Harry          20   5-

Frank          22   5-7

Peter          12   4-8

Peter          38   5-10

Billy          20   5-7

Miles          43   5-7  Tawney

Bimba          18   5-2  

Clifford  31   5-1

Harrison  6    3-8

Henry          12   3-3

Isaac          6    3-11 Tawney

Godfrey   6    3-11

George    5    3-6

Giles          10   4-3  Tawney



Females

Letty          23   5-0  Tawney

Hyson          25   5-4

Nancy          30   5-3

Fanny & Infant

          21   5-4

Harriet   8    4- 4 Tawney

Siry      4    3-0  Tawney

Meady          12   4-8

Maria          7    3-10



#370 Same Entry

S: Oswald   Lawson for John D. Townes & Webb of Petersburg,

Va

Slaves

John Barret    m    22   5-3  All black unless indicated

Herod          m    18   5-1  Yellow

Edmond    m    14   4-3

Hannah    f    21   5-2

Nancy          f    16   5-5

Lavinia   f    15   5  ╚-2   Yellow

Molly          f    10   5-2

Lucinda   f    30   5-0

Eliza          f    13   4-9

Letty          f    16   4-2

Jenny          f    15   4-7

Polly          f    15   4-2

John      m    16   4-7  Yellow

Lamb      m    25   5-9

Henry          m    16   4-9



#371 Same Entry

O,S:  F. Gouzon, New Orleans

Slaves

Lucy      f    30   5-2  Mulatto

Cary      m    6    3-5  Tawney

Eliza          f    7    3-10 Tawney



#372 Same Entry

O: Edwin Lee, Norfolk

Slaves

Fanny          f    40   5-2  All Black unless indicated

Edwin          m    18   5-2

Maria          f    16   4-11

Mary      f    6    3-7

Fanny infant

Elias          m    27   5-7

James          m    35   5-8

David          m    26   5-7

Joe       m    10   4-1

Frank          m    15   5-6

Christopher    m    21   5-2

Peggy          f    19   4-11

Ruth?          f    18   5-0

Hannah    f    30   5-6

Mary      f    13   4-11

Jennete   f    8    3-11

Palias         m    26   5-0

Livina & Jane  (children, no descriptions given)

Jeffrey   m    22   5-5

Antony    m    35   5-8

Lewis alias Luke  m 18   5-5

James          m    16   5-8

Silva          f    14   4-10

Stepney   m    19   5-3

Willis         m    35   5-5  Mulatto



#373 Same Entry

O: James H. Caldwell

Indented Servants

James          m    18   5-8  Mulatto

Betsey         f    33   5-4  Mulatto

Amy       f    10   4-11 Black



#374

Baltimore Ship William & Henry of New Orleans     M: D.

Griffi  ╦th   9 October 1821

S:  Aquila C. Coleman    O: Charles Oldham   C: Henry Mc Call,

Merchant, New Orleans

Slaves

Isaac          m    27   5-8  Black

Philip         m    20   5-7  Deep Black

Hannah    f    15   5-1  Black

Mary      f    12   4-10 Pale Black



#375 Same Entry

S, O, C:  Nicholas Dessin

Slaves

Peter          m    26   5-7  Black



#376 Same Entry

O,S:  Alexander Crawford C: Joseph Towler Jr., New

Orleans

Slaves

Peter          m    37   5-9  Black



#377 Same Entry

S:  Aquila Coleman for Chas Coleman, Owner, of Cecil County

Maryland

Consigned to: D. Griffith, Master on board to be delivered

to Dr. Henry Coleman of Iberville, Louisiana

Slaves

Deborah   f    15   5-5  Black

Matilda   f    13   4-9  Black

Barbara   f    10   4-2  Black





#378 Same Entry

S: Gideon T. King of Baltimore     C: Wm T. Gorham, Herchant,

New Orleans

Slaves

Alvarado  m    23   5-7  Black

John Whalen    m    22   5-4  Black

William   m    24   5-5  Black

John      m    21   5-8  Black

Haggar    f    23   5-7  Dark Mulatto

Milly          f    19   5-0  Yellowish

Jane      f    22   5-3  Black

Mary      f    21   5-4  Black

Eliza          f    18   4-11 Dark mulatto

Julia          f    14   4-12 Black

Sophia    f    22   5  ╦-2   Black

Charlotte f    6    3-3  Mulatto

Henry          m    3    2-4  Mulatto

Robert    infant - 6 months-  Mulatto

Charles Brown   m   23   5-3  Mulatto



#379

Baltimore Ship William Henry  M: David Griffith   4

October 1821

S:  Samuel Mc Culloh for Dr. Pierce, owner   Consigned to

Joseph S. Waites, New Orleans

Slaves

Jenny          f    30   5-2  Black





#380

Philadelphia   Ship Balize    M: H. Harding       15

October 1821

Landed 20 November 1821

O:  M. Thompson

Slaves

Betty          f    23   5-8  Black



#381

Mobile    Slp Alabama Packet  M: J. Pigeon   24 November

1821

O, S: John Jackson, New Orleans

Slaves

Jack      m    40   6-0  Negro



#382

Same Entry

O, S: A. Foucher, New Orleans

Slaves

Louis          m    45   5-7  Negro



#383

Norfolk   Brig Arethusa  M: R. Fisher   6 November 1821

O,S: Townes & Webb, Petersburg

Slaves

Sally Chany/Cherry?  f   12   4-6  Mulatto

Sally Colby?   f    14   4-11 Mulatto

Sally  Gordon? f    16   5-6  Mulatto

Sophia    f    12   4-7  Mulatto

Mary      f    15   5-2  Black

John      m    10   4-1  Black

Alfred         m    2    2-0  Black

Margaret  f    9    3-6  Black

Deliah         f    12   4-3  Mulatto

Sylvia         f    13   4-11 Black

David       ╦ m    21   5-8  Black

James          m    24   5-7  Black

John      m    18   5-3  Black

John      m    12   4-6  Black

Fanny          m    18   5-1  Tawney

Charles   m    12   4-1  Black

Madison   m    12   4-4  Black

Stephen   m    12   4-2  Black

Angelina  f    15   5-1  Black

Grammar?  m    22   5-5  Tawney





#384

Charleston     Sch Olive M: Charles Reed     24 October 1821

O,S

in last column

Slaves

Hetty          f    38   5-8  Black          J. Resgue,

Charleston

Will or William   m 33?  5-7  Light Black    Dr.

Saml. Williams?. 

?         f    46   5-8  Light Black    John Zandwright,

Charleston

Liddy          f    17   5-6  Black          John Zandwright,

Charleston

Hister?*  f    40   5-4  Light          Mordica Cohen,

Charleston

Peter          m    36   5-7  Light          Mordica Cohen,

Charleston

*Possibly Hester

Signators on Declaration are: T. Jones for John Reigne?, T.

Simmons or Simons for Dr. S. Williams?, Wright, J. M. Cohen,





#385

Mobile    Sch Orleans Packet  M: Abraham Heartt   1 December

1821

S:  Thomas F. Tounsley, New Orleans

Slaves

David     m    15   4-10 Negro     







#386

Norfolk   Brig Brazillian of New Orleans   M: John

Anderson  23 October 1821

O,S: John & Philip E. Sabb, No  Ąrfolk  TO William Kenner &

Co., New Orleans

Arrived at Balize 26 November, 1821.

Slaves (Total of 106) -- Note: M = Mulatto, B = Black and

rest listed as "Negro"

Males                         Females

Harry          22   5-2       Caroline  23   5-1  

Joe       26   5-2       Betsey         16   5-2

Samson    28   6-0       Eve       14   4-7

Robin          26   5-5       Fanny          15   5-0  M

Nat       48   5-4       Parkey    6    3-5

Daniel         18   5-1       Celia          8    3-7

Billy          14   4-0       Maria          12   4-2

Nat       27   5-5       Milly          25   4-11

Davy      21   5-9       Anna      18   5-6

Spotswood(crippled)      Sally          28   5-4

          26   5-2       Nelly          11   4-2

John      65   5-2       Milly          9    4-0

Tom       48   5-6  M    Adeline   26   5-1

David Powers 30     5-9       Genny     8    3-8

Jacob          25   5-0       Celina         6    3-4

Thomas    21   5-5       Lucy      6 mos

John      21   5-8       Betsey         26   5-2

James          25   5-6       Milly          3

Billy          25   5-6       Sally          45   5-0

Harry          30   5-5       Betsey         25   5-0

Hugh      25   5-4       Sally          10   4-4

David Ester    21   5-5       Grace          8    3-10

George    21   5-4       Darcey    3 years

Tom Johnson    25   5-8  M    Polly          7    3-7

Robin          33   5-4       Anna      4    3-10

Josiah         17   5-2  M    Peggy          3

William   29   5-6       Hiliard   m    18 months

Moses          27   5-10      Pa  ╩tty      22   4-10

James Dabney 23     5-4       Edmond    m    1 year

John Baptist   27   5-3       Polly          25   4-10

Hugh      45   5-6       Jack      m    4    3-2

Nelson    19   5-3       Lucy      4    3-2  M

Stephen   22   5-4       Patty          1

Emanuel   23   5-4       Sucky          20   5-2

Oreste         28   5-2       Jenny          1 year

Ben       16   4-9       Mary      25   5-2

Noel      16   4-9       Elizabeth 1 year

Nelson    16   4-11      China          21   5-3

Fleming   16   5--11          James          m    4    3-2

Dick      9    3-10      Mariah    5    3-2

Toney          9    3-10      Lucy      30   5-2

Isaac          6    3-5  M    Trenton   12   4-4

John      6    3-5       Rozetta   5    3-4

Billy          17   5-7  M    Ellis          25   5-3

Marcus    11   4-3       Bill      2 years

Ezekiel   8    3-8       Monday    1 year

George    9    3-9       Lucy      34   5-3

Stafford  17   51        Kitty          9    3-11

William   16   4-8       Cellar         18   5-4  B

Johnson   10   4-1       Fanny          2 years   B

James          10   4-1       Milly          16   5-0  B

Daniel         18   5-2       Grace          2 years   B

Robert    8    3-7       Anna      35   5-2  B

                         Ben       m    17   5-0  B



Note:  There were two manifests, each completed in different

handwriting.  The second manifest listed the last six as

Negro instead of Black.  On landing, inspector stated:  All

present and agree with the descr  ╦iptive list with the

exception of Elizabeth said to have died on the passage.



#387

Savannah  Sch Napoleon of Yarmouth M: George Sears     7

November 1821

O:  Henry M. Keone

Note:  The following statement preceded the manifests for

the schooner Napoleon.

Captain Sears of the Schooner Napoleon from Savannah now at

or near the English Turn having entered his vessel according

to law, permission is hereby granted to discharge the cargo

of said slaves at the Terre aux Beufs (sic) in the vicinity

of the English Turn provided the same be done under the

inspection of an officer of the Customs.  The manifest of

the cargo accompanies this permit.  Permission is ___

granted to land the twenty four slaves aboard and described

inthe slave manifests provided that on inspection they

correspond to the descriptions respectively set forth in

said manifest accompanyng this permit.  3 December 1821. 

Arrival at Terre aux Boeuf, 8 December 1821.



Slaves

Gibb      m    35   5-9  Black

Tobey          m    38   5-6  Black







#388 Same En  ╦try

O:  R. Richardson & D. T. Hall

Slaves

Bob       m    25   5-8  All Black unless indicated

Frank          m    47   5-10 

Jacob          m    40   5-8

Judith         f    46   5-2

Winney    f    38   5-4  Yellow

Hannah    f    13   4-8  Dark

Eliza          f    10   3-10 Dark

Milly          f    8    3-5  Dark

Jenney    f    7    3-3  Dark

Jane      f    3         Dark

William   m    1         Dark

Philby    f    60   5-0

Nancy          f    54   5-0

Abraham   m    56   5-4

London    m    26   5-6

Philby    f    55   5-4

Nancy          f    38   5-3

Hetty          f    9    4-8

Tom       m    8    3-9

Elisha         m    6    3-2

Sam       m    38   5-8

Sally          f    42   5-9



#389

Baltimore Brig Hyperion  M: James Forbes     12 November

1821

S: Gideon T. King, Baltimore  C: William T. Gorham,

Merchant, New Orleans

Slaves

Samuel    m    22   6-2  All Black unless indicated

Mintey    f    20   5-3

Sophia    f    20   5-2  Yellow

Ellenor   f    22   5-3  Yellow

Margaret  f    16   5-3  Yellow

Clarissa  f    20   5-2

Alex      m    10   4-0  Yellow

Celia          f    12   4-7

Charles   m    22   5-8  Yellow

James          m    22   5-8  Yellow

James          m    21   5-9

Phil      m    22   5-9

Jerry          m    3    3-3  Yellow

Edward    m    25   5-4  

Ann       f    21   5-3

Lucy      f    18   5-3

Henny     f    16   5-1

Julia          f    14   4-7  Yellow

Harriet   f    8    3-9  Yellow

Serena    f    6 months

  ╦

Note:  At New Orleans (12 December 1821), the Customs

Inspector found that "Samuel said to be 6-2 is but 5 feet,

Henny said to be but 15 years old is at least 30 and Julia

said to be yellow is black."



#390 Same Entry

S: Joseph Dickey

Slaves

Mary      f    21   5-3  All Black unless indicated

Rachael   f    19   5-2

Eliza          f    17   5-1

Darkey    f    14   4-9

Milly          f    17   5-0  Yellow

Alce      f    16   5-4

Ham       m    19   5-7

Robert    m    16   5-2

Robert    m    12   4-6  Yellow

Harriett  f    1    2-3



#391

Same Entry

O,S,C: Hugh Thompson

Slaves

John Carrol    m    18   5-7  Mulatto



#392

Deposition by Mayor of New Orleans, August Macarty on behalf

of Touissant Mossy , an inhabitant of that city and his wife

Madame Mossy who departs for Nantz, France to "re-establish

her health" and she takes with her a negro woman, his

slave,named Palmira (aged of 27, 5'-1" high having the end

of the small finger of the right hand disformed by a

whitlow, and bearing on each temple some small marks of her

nation the Mina) to attend on his child as a nurse and

further states   ╦that the above deposition is made in

order that the said slave may be sent back and be

reintroduced in this city."

Deposition was dated 1 April 1821.  Return and landing was

12 December 1821.



#393

Baltimore Slp Good Hope of Rochester, Massachusetts    M:

Paul Wing 21 Nov 1821

O,S: Richard T. Woolfolk, Stokes County North Carolina  C: 

Austin Woolfolk, New Orleans

Slaves

Frederick m    35   5-6  Black

Peter          m    30   5-6  Pale Black

Jarrett   m    17   5-6  Black

Anne      f    26   5-2  Pale Black

Louisa         f    10   4-8  Pale Black



#394

Same Entry

O: Samuel M. Woolfolk, Charleston S.C.

Jacob          m    30   5-6  All Black

Mike      m    23   5-7

Lewis          m    21   5-3

Stephen   m    21   5-7

Gulliver  m    17   5-3

Charles   m    15   4-12

Ann       f    20   5-4

#394 con't.

Phillis   f    21   5-0

Hannah    f    28   5-5

Peggy          m    28   4-11

Harriet   m    10   4-2

Isaac          m    5    3-7

Rachel    f    4    2-11

Betsey         f    1    2-5



#395

Same Entry

Slaves (owner/shipper in last column)

Jack      m    23   5-11 Black     John Gilden, S.

Carolina

Manuel?   m    35   5-8  Black     Thomas Flemmings,

Charleston



#396

O,S: Austin Woolfolk of Baltimore,  đ C: Samuel Woolfolk,

Esq., on board

Slaves

Joshua    m    16   5-2  Black





#397

Pensacola Sch Thorm of New Brunswick

O: Thomas Wyche, Pensacola

Slaves

Guilbert  m    21   5-10 Black     



Miscellaneous Unarranged Inward Slave Manifests, 1821

Note:  Herein follows a series of manifests that may have

appeared previously.



#398

Baltimore via Norfolk    Ship Dumfries  M: John A. Hilbert

Shipped by John & P. E. Sabb and Consigned to William Kenner

& Co, New Orleans

Slaves (All entered as Black unless indicated with M=

Mulatto and N=Negro.)

Males

Elleck         21   5-4

Robert    21   5-2

Ambrose   40   5-9

Richard   26   5-3

Carter         28   5-10

George    25   5-4

John Baptist   26   5-3

Parker    20   5-0

Cayes          26   5-6

Dick Parker    40   5-8

Stephen   30   5-6

Sam       41   5-7

Davy      21   5-7

Jacob          24   5-5

Nat       24   6-1

Minny     21   5-10

Jack      28   5-6

James          22   5-7

Billy          22   5-9

George    28   5-6

Harry          29   5-6  M

Jack Taylor    21   5-6

Nelson    22   5-6

Dick      20   5-7

Davy      18   5-?

Cesar          30   5-8

Harry          19   5-2

Edmond    25   5-4

Nat       42   5-3

Moses          19   5-2

Anthony   18   5-0

Bill      22   5-4

T  đom        38   5-8

Dan       19   5-3

Ivison?   8    3-11

James          12   4-0

Peter          14   4-11

Paul      11   4-4

Cole      10   4-0

Claiborne 13   4-7

Charles   14   4-8

Joe       13   4-6

Cesar          14   4-6

Se?       16   5-0

Rose      22   5-1

Sam       4?   3-5

Lee       ?    ?

Females & Children

Patty          36   5-2

Martha    8    4-1

Eliza          6    3-6

Lucy      26   5-2

William   3    2-7

Mary      3 months

Polly Prior/Pryor   18   5-0

Lavinia   3

Mary Prior     18   5-3

Bill      1         M

Lucy  Prior    20   5-3  N   (Note, rest are listed as Negro if

Mulatto not indicated)

Sarah          3

Patience  9    5-2

Henry          4    2-10

Tom       1         M

Judy      32   4-11

Lucy      12   4-6

Tazwell   7    3-10

John      5    3-2

Judy      3

Dick      2?

Nancy          23   5-11

Ebai      4    2-11

Priscilla 2

Maria          18   5-2

Lavinia   6 months

Justina   40   5-2

Suzette   8    3-10

Francis   m    3

Rosetta   1

Maria          22   4-11

Johnson   2

Pheba          23   4-11

Maria          1

Martha    22   5-1

John      6    3-4

William   4-0  3-0

Sam       3

Eliza          6 months

Eliza          10   4-5

Lydia          15   4-8

Judy      7    3-8

Rose Smith     18   5-3

Betsey         17   5-5

Eve       16   5-2

Hannah    21   5-2

Maria          10   4-5

Judy      8    3-10

Phebe          15   5-3

Silva          14   5-0

Becky          32   5-0

Judah          10   4-3

Jenny            ┼10    4-0

Jenny          30   5-1

Charity   18   4-12

Charity   13   4-10

Harriet   13   4-6

Betsey         12   4-2  M

Barbary   18   5-2

Somela?   8    3-10

Nancy          8    3-11

Mary      15   4-1

Diana          12   4-4

Philis         10   4-3

Mourning? 13   4-8

Rose      16   5-0



Note:  Dan retained in Norfolk according to statement made

by Ship master.





#399

Alexandria     Brig Hannah    M: William Gearson  17

October 1821

Slaves shipped by Joseph Fenwick of Louisiana (also listed

as consignee)

Note that sex not included on manifest.

Harry          48   6-0  Mulatto

John      21   5-0       "

Isaac          20   5-6       "

Bill      21   5-6  Black

Jerry          16   4-11 Black

Bob       12   4-10 Mulatto

Judy      22   5-2        "

Letha          18   5-4  Black

Mary      10   4-1  Black

Ne  4lly      2    2-8  Black

Eliza          5    3-1  Mulatto

Lol?      9    4-3  Black

Lewis          7    3-9  Black

Mose      15   5-4  Mulatto

William   2    2-1  Black

Nelly          22   5-6  Black

Henry          30   5-2  Black

Lucy      23   5-4  Mulatto

Benny     20   5-5  Mulatto

Mariah    16   5-3  Black

Nick      39   5-1  Black

Michael   33   5-4  Black

Ben       12   4-4  Black

Nelly          16   4-11 Mulatto

Milly          19   5-1  Mulatto

Lucy      14   4-8  Black

Moses          28   5-4  Black

Rachel    18   4-9  "   "

Polly          24   5-4  Mulatto

Selistia  8 mo 2-3  "    "

Hellen    12   4-4  Black

Alcy      11   4-2  "    "

Peggy          8    4-0  "    "

Joseph    6    "    "    "

__osline  5    3-1  Mulatto

Clem      3    2-8  Black     

Lasenid   1    2-2  Black

Charles   7    3-7  Black

Jacob          4    3-3  Black

James          3    2-8  Black

Francis   18 mo     2-3  Mulatto

Nelly          2?   2-0  Black

Frank          4 mon     2-0  Black



Slaves Owned by John C. Brent, Washington City

Lemuel    45   5-9  Black

Marry          6    3-8  Black

Louisia   3    2-11 Black

Polly          30   5-3  Black

Loui  ╔sa          8    3-11 Black

Fredrick  4    3-0  "     "

Rose      20   5-4  "     "

Nancy          4    3-2  "     "

Patience  20   5-3  Tawny

Ruthe          18   5-1  "      "

Richard   10mon  2-4     Mulatto

Harry          19   5-7  Black



Slaves owned by John L. Alford, Alexandria

Harris?   m    ?    ?    Mulatto

George    m    21   5-7  Negro

Henson    m    18   5-8  Quarteroon

Daniel         m    22   5-8  Negro

Isaac          m    16   5-4  Negro

Abraham   m    23   5-8  Negro

Dick      m    20   5-9  Mulatto

Lewis          m    22   5-7  Mulatto

Sharper   m    24   5-5  Negro

Lewis          m    25   5-6  "      "

Henson    m    23   5-7  Negro

Charles   m    15   5-1  Negro

William   m    20   5-5  Negro

Dick      m    16   5-2  Negro

Phillip   m    28   5-6  Negro

?         m    32   5-7  "    "

?         ?    ?    "    Quarteroon

Rose      f    19   5-5  Negres

Nelly          f    18   5-0  "       "

Ellen          f    1         Mulatto

Rebecca   f    18   5-0  "        "

Minta          f    1 mo      Mulatto

Agnes          f    20   5-2  Negress

Betsey         f    17   5-3  "    "

Jinney    f    19   5-5  "         "

Matilda   f    16   5-4  "    "

?         f    19   5-2  "    "

Thaddeus  m    2    2-7  "    "

Louisa         f    13   4-6  "    "

Clarisa   f    15   5-4  "    "

Sarah       â f    17   5-4  Mulatto

Sina      f    19   5-6  Negress

Gilson         m    13   4-7  Negro

Augustus  m    12   4-6  "    "

Lewis          m    12   4-7  "    "

Ben       m    11   4-3  "    "

Sarah          f    8    4-0  Negress

Susan          f    17   5-1  "    "

Rachel    f    16   5-2  "    "

Mariah    f    9    3-11 "    "

Ellen          f    20   5-1  "    "

Benjamin  m    6 mos          Mulatto

James Cook     m    27   5-9  "    "

Mary Davis     f    26   5-5  "    "

Sarah Davis    f    4    3-3  Quarteroon



Slaves Owned by Alexander Robb, Louisiana

Lydia          f    16   4-11 Mulatto

Airy      f    19   5-0  Negress

Rachel    f    9    4-1  Mulatress

Mary      f    9    3-11 Negress

Abrams    m    14   5-0  Negro

Lloyd          m    13   4-5  "      "

Tom       m    12   4-4  "      "

Sam       m    18   5-6  "      "



Note:  A notation at the bottom of the manifest lists 30,000

bricks, 8 cases furniture, one box and two trunks shipped by

Fenwick and consigned to Joseph Fenwick.



Also, Harry a mulatto belonging to Fenwick ran away

(disposition unreadable) and a child died in passage.  On

permission to land, an additional note stated that "No enny

(sic) 20 years old and Minta 4 months were no  ▓t present."



#400

Duplicate of #397 with notation that Dan was sold at

Baltimore.



#401

Richmond  Sch Robert Burns of Richmond  M: B. Jackson 

18 January 1821

B=Black, M=Mulatto, N= Negro, Other colors entered

Arrival at New Orleans, April 2, 1821.

Slaves Owned by William Futcher, Richmond to William

Futcher, N. Orleans

Anthony Rose   19   5-9  B

Ben  Gilters   32   5-5  Yellow

Peter Smith         20   5-9  Brown

John Jones          20   5-5  Brown

Peyton Neilson 22   5-8  B

Henry Johnston 19   5-8  B

Frank               22   5-9  B

Sam Roman      24   5-11 B

Billy Sadler        19   5-10 B

Dabney Anderson     22   5-10 B

Willis Richardson   20   5-4  Brown

Billy Eldriage      21   3-7  Brown

Ned ?               23   5-3  B

Ceasar Hercles?     ?    5-4  B

Charles Baker  ?    ?    ?

Billy Williams 15   5-6  B

Jordan Stone        20   5-6  Brown

William Wilson 19   5-6  B

Henry Scott         22   5-5  B

Ned Woodson         19   5-4  Brown

Armstead Carpenter  19   5-7  ___

Stephen Johnson     15   5-2  B

Beverly White  16   5-4  Brown

John Ruffin         12   4-11 B

Lewis Nelson        15   5-0  B

Godfrey        11   4-5  B

Owned by William H. Goodwin (1)

He  ­nry Nelson         12   4-9  Brown     



Owned by William Fulcher

Sam Scott      12   4-9  Brown

Booker         13   4-11 Brown

Elijah Jackson 9    4-4  Brown

Billy Taylor        12   4-7  B

Henry Taylor        14   4-11 B

Mason Grapevine     12   4-8  B

Billy Manchester    13   4-10 Brown

John Carter         9    4-3  Brown

George Garden  8    3-11 Brown

Nancy Bently        35   5-8  Brown

Sylvia Harwood 25   5-8  B

Betsey Walters 20   5-7  Brown

Caty Smith          22   5-6  Brown

Maria Nelson        20   5-1  Brown

Betsey Bird         18   5-4  ___

Betsy Watkins  20   5-1  B

Peggy Rone          19   4-11 B

Francis Green  18   5-0  Yellow

Patsy Luckas?  18   5-0  Brown

Lucy Fountain  19   5-5  B

Cealy James?        13   4-11 Yellow

Charity Jones       18   4-12 B

Anna Gardner   15   5-1  B

Persallia Johnston  15   5-0  B

Harriot E. Clayton  13   4-8  Brown

Sally Jordan        12   4-8  Brown

Ratchel        13   4-8  B

Zene Cox       12   4-6  B

Sally Green         10   4-2  B

Milly Doctor        14   5-0  Brown

Mary Marshall  10   4-0  ___

Anna Howard         10   4-0  ___

Mary Chance         10   4-2  ___

Phillis Allen       7    3-8  ___

Ratchel Morgan 8    3-11 ___

Mariah Witherson    14   5-0  B

Frank Barker        22   5-8  Yellow

Sam   ĺCrewson          22   5-5  B

Tom Johnson         18   5-7  B

George Holmes  23   5-8  B

Tom Brown      18   5-5  B

Willis Minns        22   5-8  B

Sam Wells      30   5-9  B

Charley Green  14   4-8  Brown

Sammy? Richardson   11   4-5  Brown

Judy Banks?         11   4-10 B

Eley Bose?          15?  4-11 Brown

Salley Robinson     10   4-2  Brown     

Sally Winter        14   4-9  Brown







#401 Con't.

Owned by William H. Goodwin

Jack Wallace        29   5-6  Yellow

Charles Wesley 15   5-0  Brown

Joshua Burnell 12   4-3  Yellow

Jemima Goodman?     29   5-5  B

Betsey Towers? 14   4-10 B

Hannah June         13   4-7  Yellow



Owned by Bennie Jackson

Pryor Hope          14   4-9  Brown

Obadiah Bromley     15   5-0  B

Pleasant Goode 21   5-3  B

James More          22   5-4  B

Nancy Bromer?  15   4-9  Brown

Edmonia Churchill   12   4-3  Brown

Nancy Churchill     14   4-4  Brown



Owned by William Fulcher

Matilda Booker 17   5-0  M

Milton Bird         26   5-9  Brown



Note:  The names "Frank Barkus" and "Judy Barkus" were

erased and "Matilda Booker" and "Milton Bird" were added to

the above manifest of slaves in this office.  Richmond, 20

January 1821.  Collector's Office at Nor  ┬folk, 5 February

1821 states: The name "Betsey Watkins" was erased from the

above manifest in this office, the said slave having been

relanded after the vessel cleared from Richmond agreably to

the declaration of captain Jackson and William Fulcher.  The

following statement was lined through but readable: The

slave named Peter Watkins was sold at Richmond before the

departure.



#402

Richmond & Norfolk  Sch Alert of New York   M: Lewis

Compton   13 February 1821

Slaves shipped by Abner Robinson of Richmond, Owner or

Consignee is T. Field, on board 

Slaves

Frank          42   5-5  Black

Nancy          30   4-11 Brown

Virginia  15   4-11 Black

Dice      14   5-0  Black

Lucy      8    3-11     "

Sally          11   4-5      "

Delia          12   4-7  Brown

Mary      18   4-9  Black

Jane      16   5-1      "

Easter         12   4-5      "

Mary      15   5-2      "

Fanny          15   5-1      "

Maria          15   5-2      "

Jane      15   5-0  Yellow

Nancy          19   5-0  Black

Harriet   9    4-1     "

Hannah    9    4-1  Yellow

Mary      11   4-3      "

Cluvile?  18   5-2  Black

#402 con't.

China          17   5-3  ---

Dolly          12   4-7  ---

Dilcy          12   4  ö-10  ---

Betty          13   4-9  Yellow

Maria          21   5-2  Brown

Milly          11   4-6  B

Tabitha   15   5-1  B

Suckey    10   4-3  Yellow

Rhoda?    10   4-5  B

Chloa & Child  35   5-3  Brown

Narcissa & Child  32     5-5  B

Lucy      6    3-5  B

Livina    19   5-1  B

Sally          15   5-3  Brown

Matilda & Child     23   5-3  B

Martha    4    3-1  B

Billy          25   5-4  B

Fanny          23   5-3  B

Cela      6    3-6  B

Mary      9    4-2  B

Peter?         32   5-6  B

Billy          16   5-2  B

Nat       21   5-2  B

Byron?    32   5-0  Yellow

Ned       10   4-3  B

Allen          10   4-12 Brown

Ben       11   4-4  B

Spencer   35   5-5  B

Dick      32   5-6  B

Philip         24   5-5  Yellow

Primus    19   5-5  ?

Gus? Dixon     16   4-11 ?

?         12   4-5  ?

Hu__      14   4-8  ?

Forin?    14   4-10 ?

Philip         23   5-7  Brown

Nelson    27   5-7  Brown

Kitt      21   5-3  B

Harry          28   5-6  B

America   31   5-5  B

James          36   5-9  B

David          25   5-7  B

Allen          19   5-2  B

Aaron          21   5-4  Brown

John      19   5-6  Brown

Major          16   5-3  B

Cornelius 16   5-4  Brown

Joe       19   5-4  Brown

Harry          21   5-7  B

Harry          22   5-7  Yellow

Dick      45   5-7  B

Jesse          27   5-8  B

Jos       18   5-9  B

#402 con't.

Charles   19   5-6  B

George    8    3-10 Yellow

?         11   4-4  B

Allen          17   5-5  B

Pleasant  16   5-1  B

Peter  ┬      21   5-7  B

Richard   7    3-9  B

Caezar         11   4-5  B

Burrel    10   4-3  B

Nancy          17   5-5  B

Jeremiah  12   4-6  B

Peter          25   5-7  B

James          20   5-9  B

Harriet   19   4-6  B

Peter          25   5-7  B

Harriet   8    3-11 B

Jeremiah  ?    5-7  Brown   "Not on board" written next

to his name

Landing:  Balize: March 23rd and New Orleans 2 April 1821.

Inspector notes that all names and other identification

agree except "two which are not on board."



#403

Same Entry except that James Mack is now captain.

O,S:  Theophilus Field, Virginia

Slaves

George    m    40   5-6  Brown

Frankie   f    45   5-6  Mulatto

Billy          m    30   5-7  Black

Hugh      m    30   5-2      "

Lucy & child   f    20   5-1      "

Paulina   f    10   4-1       "

Rebecca   f    18   5-5      "

Aleck          m    30   5-7  Brown

Kelly          f    10   4-1  Brown

John      m    20   5-6  Brown

Peter          m    25   5-8  Mulatto



#404

Norfolk   Sch James Monroe    M: Walter Bush 20 October

1821

Note:  This is a summary manifest for the Schooner James

Monroe.  It apparently includes all individual slaves

shipped by the James Monroe around October 20, 1821.  The

names on this summa  ╩ry list are the same as those for

entries 333, 335,336,337, 338, 341,342, 343, 352, 356.  The

James Monroe arrived at Balize 13 November, 1821.    On the

15 November, the inspector wrote the following statement:



     I have examined the within named and described slaves,

and found them to agree with the general manifest, with the

following exceptions:



     1.  Sam White (No. 12) appears to me to be a full

blooded mulatto but in other respects agrees with his

description in the manifest.



     2.  Maria (No. 34) appears, and on the separate manifest

is said to be only 9 instead of 19 years old;; I had no

doubt of the mistake having been made in transcribing.



     3.  George Washington (No. 35 appears not to be quite

black: I should judge him to be three fourths, or, if such a

mixture be possible, four-fifths black.



     4.  Anny Pusey (no. 111) I should judge to be 20 years

of age instad of 16; but of this I thought it possible I

might be mistaken.



     5.  James Brown (No. 115) appeared to have a tawny  ╩

tinge instead of black; but which, I conceive, might be the

effect of ill health.



     Sam White (No. 12) and George Washington (No. 35) were

directed to be detained on board, for further order; the

remainder were permitted to be landed.



#405

Charleston     Sch. Miller of Boston    M: H. F. Slocum     19

November 1821

S: William Newton  

Slaves

Cindar    f    30   5-5  B    



#406 Same Entry

O: John P. Butow    S: Thomas H. Deast?, Charleston

Abb       f    44   5-6  All entered as "Yellow" except

where indicated

Alfred         m    16   5-2

Sam       m    10   4-0

Affee          f    21   5-7

James          m    21   5-7

William - infant

Sylvia         f    18   5-2

John      m    2    2-0

Jack      m    22   5-9  Black

Anthony   m    25   5-11



#407 Same Entry

Owner: George Macaulay   S:

Slaves

Romeo     m    20   5-5  Black



#408

Norfolk   Brig Sampson        M:  Obediah? Snow   8

November 1821

Statement of Capt. Snow dated 30 Nov 1821 upon arrival at

New Orleans:  Mima - 9 years of age dead, Sarah 35 years run

before sailing and Anna, a child marked one year to be about

3 years old and Peter that agrees with age and height  ┴ in

Room of Lillin there being no such female on board. The rest

agree.



#409

This is marked : Manifest continued of Negroes taken on

board the said Brig Sampson of Boston the 8th day of

November, 1821 at Norfolk.

S: Jos Isnard, New Orleans    C: A. Dufau, New Orleans

Slaves

Simon          m    24   5-7  Black

William   m    18   5-2  Black

Tom       m    24   5-11 Black

David          m    10   3-11 Black



#409 con't. 

Notation at bottom of manifest:  All present & correspond

with the above list with the exception of Sarah said to have

deserted -- Mima said to have died on the passage  -- Siller

reported as a female, is Peter a male answering the

description as to height and age.



#410      Same Entry

S,C:  E. Read, Richmond

Slaves

Randolph  m    28   5-5  Dark

Cicelia   f    27   5-7  Brown

Robert    m    1 mo      Brown

Peter          m    22   5-7  B

Nancy          f    18   5-7  Brown

John      m    21   5-9  Brown

Ann       f    16   5-1  Yellow

Lewis          m    7    3-7  Black

Carter         m    22   5-8  B

Claibourne     m    18   5-4  B

Jack      m    23   5-5  B

Anderson  m    23   5-10 B

Urania    f    16   4-11 B

Pricillia f    15   5-2  B

Sam       m    25   5-10 B

Ja  ╦ne       f    16   5-3  B

Sucy      f    15   5-2  B

Pheobe    f    38   5-0  Yellow



Shipped by  Sm Roane, Richmond     C: N & I Dick & Co., New

Orleans

Obediah   m    26   5-5  B



Shipped by W. Grier?, Richmond     C: E. Read, Richmond?

Sarah          f    35   5-4  B

William   m    27   5-8  B

Tom       m    2    3-9  B



Shipped by R. Fankersly?, Richmond C: E. Read, Richmond?

*Note: the following four were connected by a line with the

word "family" written in.

Joe       m    60   5-6  B

Sucky          f    40   5-1  B

Billy          m    3    2-10 B

Joe       m    5    3-6  B



*Note: the following three were connected by a line with the

word "family" written in.

Judy      f    18   5-1  B

Celia          f    3    2-11 B

Molly          f    1    2-0  B



Susan          f    15   5-2  B

Churchhill     m    2    2-6  Yellow

Betty          f    21   5-1  B

Humphrey? m    17   5-6  B

Harwood   m    14   4-11 B

John      m    16   5-0  B

#410 con't.

Paul      m    12   4-6  B

Rubin          m    32   5-6  B

Coleman   m    20   5-5  Yellow

Cornelious     m    18   5-5  B

Randolph  m    40   5-8  Brown

Henry          m    10   4-4  Dark



Shipped by B. Payton, Richmond     C: E. Read, Richmond

Charles   m    45   5-8  B

James          m    35   5-9  B



Shipped by L. Hawkins, Richmond    C: E. Read, Richmond  ╦

Tom       m    11   4-1  Yellow

Tager?    f    18   5-1  Dark



Shipped by P. Hoxall?              C:  E. Read, Richmond

Cedric         m    30   5-9  Dark

Isaac          m    26   5-7  Very Dark



Shipped by ??  C: A. Dufau

Ned       m    18   5-5  Negro

Pleasants m    19   5-6            "

Dublin    m    23   5-6       "

Siller         f    23   5-6       "

Cosby          m    25   5-4       "

Charles   m    19   5-6       "

Will      m    19   5-5       "

Neuley    m    25   5-8       "

Allen          m    17   5-5       "

Soloman   m    25   5-6       "

Davy      m    22   5-5       "

Nelson    m    25   5-8       "

Warner    m    27   5-7       "

Randal    m    22   5-5       "

Polly          f    22   5-2  Mulatto

Nancy          f    26   5-6   Negro

Rhoda          f    17   4-10      "

Betsey         f    19   5-1       "

Lucy      f    17   4-9       "

Anna      f    19   5-2       "

Arretta   f    10   4-2       "

Mimma     f    9    4-1       "

Leylla         f    3    3-2       "

Bill      m    1              "



Note:  See information above.  At the end of the manifest,

it is stated that: Mistake -- should be Peter instead of

Siller.  See #409.



#411

Baltimore Brig Emilie    M: B. Godfrey       14 December

1821

O,S:  Abner Robinson, Virginia

Slaves

Granton   m    34   5-8  Yellow

#411 con't.

Ben       m    25     ╦5-9   Yellowish

Claiborn  m    22   506  Yellow

Harry          m    28   5-8  Black

Jacob          m    35   5-6  Black

Aaron          m    19   4-11 Black

John      m    25   5-9  Black

Allen          m    22   5-6  Black

Simon          m    23   5-8  Black

John      m    45   5-7  Black

Hannah    f    23   5-4  Yellow

Anthony   m    12   5-5  Black

Anderson  m    15   4-10 Black

Nace      f    14   4-8  Black

John      m    22   5-6  Black

Tom       m    9    4-0  Black

Nelly          f    15   5-2  Yellow

Eliza          f    15   5-2  Black

Eliza          15   5-2  Yellowish

Mary      f    15   4-10 Black

Ellender  f    11   4-4  Yellowish

Anna      f    11   4-1  Black

Peter          m    21   5-8  Black

Norman    m    22   5-8  Black     





#412 Same Entry

O & S:  Josiah L. Ford/Foard, Cecil County Maryland

George    m    19   5-4  Light Black

Leney          f    20   5-4  Mulatto

Caroline  f    12   4-4  Dark Mulatto

Harriet   f    22   4-9  Dark Mulatto



Note:  Foard/Ford states that "... under my father's will,

they will be entitled to freedom at the periods of time

mentioned in said will."



Note that at the end of this series of manifests, the

following statement appears on the deposition :

This is to certify that the within named Negroes Arthur,

Keziah  ╦, Josiah & Harriet have been taken out of the

vessel by my order on an alledged violation of the law

relating to the sale of Negroes for transportation out of

the state and are detained for decision of the complaint

made on their behalf.



#413 Same Entry

O,S:  Patrick Dorney (Dormey?), Norfolk

Slaves

Sarah          f    30   5-3  Black



#414 Same Entry

O & S:  Josiah L. Ford

Slaves

Charles   m    7    3-6  Light Black

Hannah Ann     f    2    2-0  Dark Mulatto

Emmeline  f    4    2-11 Dark Mulatto

#415 Same as entry #411 except that the following person

was added:

O,S:  Patrick Dorney?

Sarah          f    30   5-3  Black



#416 Same Entry

O & S:  Thomas R. P. Spence, Snow Hill, Worcester County

Maryland, Consigned to: Thomas R. Purnell, Bayou Sarah

Slaves

George    m    17   5-8  Dark Yellow

Harry          m    28   5-8  Black

Milby          m    29   5-9  Black

David          m    22   5-9  Black

Arthur    m    29   5-10 Light Mulatto

Jackee    m    26   5-10 Black

Kesiah    f    20   5-4  Black

Jonah (her son)     4    3-0  Dark Mulatto

Harriet (her daughter) 18 months   Bright Mulatto

Mary      f    17   5-3  Dark Mulatto

Note:  Ar  ╦thur has not been permitted to go in this

vessel.   



#417 Same Entry

O & S:  Frederick G. Briscoe, Kent County Maryland

Slaves

Harry          m    32   5-4  Dark Mulatto



#418 Same Entry

O & S:  Andrew U. Laurenson, Newcastle County, Delaware

Hester         f    33   4-10 Bright Mulatto

Sewell         infant    1    1-8  Mulatto

Levi      f    2    2-0  Mulatto



#419 Same Entry

O & S: Thomas Ferguson for Kelso & Ferguson    C: W. D.

Weld, Merchant

Slaves

James          m    25   5-4  Pale Black



#420 Same Entry

O,S:  David Anderson of Kentucky   C:  Hector McLean & Co.

Slaves

John      m    20   5-3  Black

Absalom   m    20   5-3  Black

Matilda   f    16   5-6  Black

Daniel         m    14   4-11 Black

Sam       m    11   4-5  Black

Mary      f    27   4-11 Yellowish

John her son        5    3-3    "  "

Alexander her son infant  6 mos.    Mulatto

Sarah          f    30   5-4  Yellowish 

Emeline her child   2            " "

Maria          f    13   4-10    " "

Rachael   f    20   4-11 Black

William her child   7 mos          Yellowish

Priscilla f    27   5-0  Yellowish

Joe       m    27   5-10 Dark Mulatto



#421

New Orleans    Sch Felicity   M: Francis Darlington?   21

February 1821

O:  William   ╦Denning

Slaves

Sook      f    35   5-4  Negro

Note:  This is a local shipment between Bayou St. John to

New Orleans



#422

Norfolk   Sch James Monroe    M:  John Hopkins    21 February

1821

O,S:  Joseph K. Boyd, Norfolk

Slaves

Disa      f    15   5-0  Brown

Stephen   m    16   5-5  Black



#423

Norfolk   Sch James Monroe    M: John Hopkins     26 February

1821

Arrival and Landing:  31 March 1821 with note that some

"triffling difference in the description of colour" appears.

Note:  This is a summary manifest for previous manifests

entered under the Schooner James Monroe.  The names on this

manifest are listed in the following order: 

#265,263,256,422,260,265,263,259, 257 and 254.  The

following entries did not appear previously:



Slaves Owned by John Marrast

George    m    20   5-8  All Black unless indicated

Bob       m    20   5-11 

Boston    m    21   5-7  

Nat       m    16   4-11 

Coffee         m    23   5-5

James          m    19   5-5

Jim       m    14   4-10

David          m    19   6-0  Light Black

Lewis          m    18   5-4  

Isaac          m    26   5-5  

Victor         m    40   5-3  (Note that French appears

next to his name with no further   ╦explanation. )

Wamminy   m    16   5-0

Edward    m    14   5-0

Sally          f    40   5-3

Grace          f    15   5-2

Mimy      f    25   4-9

Infant    left blank (presumably Mimy's child)

Sera      f    20   5-4

Rachel    f    14   4-11

Sally          f    16   4-11

Rachael   f    25   5-4



#424

Baltimore Brig Emilie    M: Benjamin Godfrey 27 March

1821

O & S:  William D. Mercer

Slaves

James          m    25   5-7  Pale Black

Shadrack  m    21   5-2     " "

#424 con't.

Lloyd          m    19   5-5  Black

Tredus    m    19   5-7  Black

Undreadable entry

Michael   m    ?    ?    ?

Phillis   f    16   5-3  Mulatto

Sally Ann (her child) 14 months    Mulatto



#425

Same Entry

O & S:  David Anderson of Kentucky 

Slaves

David Dennis   m    23   5-11 All Black unless

indicated

Abraham   m    23   5-10

James          m    17   5-6

Littleton m    19   4-7

Stephen   m    10   4-1

Stephen   m    16   4-7  Yellowish

Arthur    m    17   5-6  Mulatto

Charlotte f    17   5-0  Black & Infant

Gatty          f    17   4-11      Yellowish

Sophy          f    20   5-4  Yellowish

Mary      f    4    3-0    "  "

Sophy's Children

    Stess?          2    2-9     " "

Charles Henry  6 months     " "

Hall Cornish   m    22   5-10 Black

Daniel         m    22   5-6  Black

John Johnson  m     21   5-11 Mulatt  ╦o



#426 Same Entry

Duplicate -- See #420 above.  However, James is listed as

20, 5-6 and pale black.



#427

Mobile   Sch: Bright Phoebius of New Orleans    M: Stephen

Chandler? 12 June 1821

O,S?:  S. Chandler

Slaves

Peter?         m    20   4-10 Black

Huldah    f    7    5-3  Mulatto



#428

Duplicate Manifest for Bartholomew Accinelly.  See Entry

#324.



#429

Savannah  Slp Susan of New york    M:  William I. Rogers    22

May 1821

O,S:  T. H. Bruen & Brothers?, Savannah -- Wickliffe Bruen

Slaves

Moses          m    21   5-10 Black



#430

Same Entry

Slaves

Jes       m    24   5-7  Black      Benjamin Buche,

Savannah

Charity   m    40   5-7  Black     Henry McAlpin, Savannah



#431

Same

Entry

Slaves

Betty          f    33   4-11 Black

Sookey    f    30   5-2  Mulatto

Cato      m    21   5-4  Black

Marcus    m    13   4-4  Black

Ellick         m    30   5-7  Mulatto

John      m    30   5-5        "

Solomon   m    30   5-6  Black

Ned       m    28   5-4      "

John      m    30   5-7      "        Note:  this was

lined through

Daniel         m    34   5-6      "

Peter          m    23   5-6      "

Sampson   m    24   5-8  Mulatto

Stephen   m    21   5-5  Black

Frank          m    33   5-6  Black

Chance         m    35   5-2  B  ╦lack Note: this was

lined through

Note:  John & Chance were not "shipped."



#432 Same Entry

O,S:  G. B. Lamar, Savannah

Slaves

Robin          m    30   5-4  Coloured/Light African



#433 Same Entry

William I. Scott, Savannah

Slaves

John      m    30   5-6  Black



#434

Baltimore Brig Agent     M:  Samuel Van Horn      8 June

1821

O,S:  David Anderson          C:  Hector McLean & Co.

Slaves

Harry          m    16   5-3  All Black unless indicated

Abraham   m    24   5-5

John      m    19   5-6  Mulatto

Levy      m    18   5-6  Mulatto

Jarrett   m    25   5-5  Black

Bill      m    17   5-4      "

Scipio         m    14   4-10     "

Frisby         m    13   4--6     "

Spencer   m    13   4-5      "

Philip         m    30   5-6  Yellowish

Milby          m    22   5-5  Black

Phil      m    12   4-3      "

Peter          m    22   5-3      "

Henny     f    17   5-1      "

Harriet   f    17   4-10 Mulatto

Liva      f    18   5-1  Black

John her son        4    2-2  Yellowish

Jane      f    14   4-9  Black

Harriet   f    16   5-1      "



#435

Norfolk   Brig Arethusa  M: Reuben Fisher    6 November

1821

O,S:  John Clarke (his mark), Petersburg

Slaves

Lydia          f    26   5-2  Tawney

Angelina  f    2    2-0  Tawney

Sam       m    6    3-6  Black

Mary      f    20   5-3        ╦"

Nelson    m    21   5-3      "

Patrick   m    19   5-4      "

Richard   m    12   4-4      "

Richard   m    12   4-5      "

Malthana  f    12   4-5      "

Sally          f    17   5-5  Yellow



#436

Pensacola Sch Victoire   M:   

Slaves

Nancy          f    19   5-4  Black          Ann Richardson,

on board

Dick      m    20   5-0  Black          Charles A. Jacob,

on board



#437

Pensacola    Steam Ship Robert Fulton of New York M:

Timothy Barnard     19 Nov 1821

This manifest reads:  Manifest of slaves belonging to R.

Richardson of Savannah and brought overland from the state

of Georgia into West Florida for the purpose of being

transported from there to the state of Louisiana and now

shipped as passengers on board the steam ship Robert Fulton,

Timothy Bannard Master ... from Pensacola for New Orleans. 

Owner is Richard Richardson.



Slaves -- all males -- all listed as Black unless indicated

Gilbert   17   5-5  Dark Mulatto

Stephen   26   5-7  

George    24   5-5    

Tom Shearer    24   5-6

Billy Hunter   39   5-9  Mulatto

Peter          39   5-3  Mulatto

John      22   5-7

Conan          50   5-8

Henry          26   5-7

Edward    14   5-7? Mulatto

Cato  ╦       34   5-9

Romulus   38   5-4

Remus     40   5-2

Prince    40   5-3

Yazoo          50   5-8

Sam       45   5-8

Tom Essex 61?? 5-3  

Hector    50   5-6

Will      45   5-5

Reuben    36   5-7

Billy Hall     19   5-4

Garland   43   5-8  Yellowish

June      36   5-7

#437 con't.

August    49   5-10

Billy Boss     36   5-8

Caleb          23   5-6  Mulatto



#438

Duplicate summary manifest for Brig Arethusa.  See the

following entries: #435, 383, 360, 353, 351, 350, 352, 357,

and 304 which is the sequence followed on the summary

manifest.



#439

Baltimore Brig: Jefferson     M;  James Forbes    9 November

1821

O,S:  J. J. M. Lanahan

Slaves

Mary Ann  f    9    Black

Rachel Jane    f    6?   Black

Note:  Written underneath the color column was the word

"mulatresses."



#440

Norfolk   Brig Hollow    M:  Henry Leslie    16 November

1821

O,S;  William Deacon, New Orleans

Slaves

Abraham   m    35   5-8  All Black unless indicated

Jesse          m    46   5-9

Luke      m    16   5-3  Tawney

Dinah          f    40   5-4  

Harriet   f    8    3-6  

Sally          f    5    3-2

Phebe          f    14   4-9  

Kitty          f    9    3-9  Tawney

Keziah    m    8    3-11 

Wesley    m    10   4-1

Judy      f    30   5-1



#441

Same Entry

O,S:  Math  ╦er Hubbard, Elizabeth County Virginia

Slaves

James          m    30   5-5  All Black unless indicated

Jimmy     m    63   5-7

William   m    26   5-9

Mary      f    6    3-7  Tawney

Charles   m    4    3-5        "

Arizina?  f    40   5-2

Claiborn  m    44   5-3

Keemer    m    10   4-5  Tawney

Edward    m    9    4-1

Jack      m    11   4-7  Tawney

Lucy      f    30   5-6       "

Priscilla f    20   5-3      

Dolly          f    20   5-2

Sylvia & infant  f  30   5-5

Sarah          12   4-8  Tawney

Dafney    f    18 months Yellow

#441 con't.

Elixa          f    2    3-1  Yellow

Liddy          f    40   5-4

Lydia          f    2         

Nancy          f    6    4-?

Mary      f    12   4-9

Priscilla f    40   5-4  Tawney

Nicholas  m    8    4-10 

Lucy & infant  f    23   4-10 Tawney

Sally          f    30   5-1  

Lilly          f    30   5-4  Tawney





#442

Baltimore Slp Good Hope  M: Paul Wing        16

november 1821

O,S:  Austin Woolfolk of Baltimore C:  Samuel Woolfolk,

on board

Slaves

_______   m    20   5-6  All Black unless indicated

Joseph    m    19   5-5

Emmanuel  m    24   5-8

Warwick   m    16   5-6

James          m    21   5-7

Jacob          m    20   5-3

Hector    m    17   5-4

Theodore  m    22   5-10

Solomon   m    21   5-6  Pale Black

Charles   m    16   4-11

Horace    m    15   4-11

John      m    13   4-10

William   m    14   4-10

A  ╦mbrose    m    14   4-9

Charles   m    12   4-6

Angeline  f    18   5-6  Pale Black

Peggy          f    28   5-2

Jane      f    24   5-2

Anne      f    16   5-4  Yellow

Mary      f    14   5-4

Minty          f    23   5-1

Prissey        f    14   5-8

Maria          f    14   4-11 Mulatto

Milly          f    28   5-1

Maria          f    13   4-11

Abram          3    2-6

Harriett  f    4    3-1

Mary infant  18 months   2-5

Rachael   f    22   5-2

Sarah          f    22   5-2

Sarah          f    14   4-8  Mulatto

Reuben    m    --   5-6       Note:  Reuben's name lined

out.



#443

Norfolk   Brig Hollow    M:  Henry Leslie    17 November

1821

Note:  This is a summary manifest which includes in this

order the following entries from above: 367, 369, 371, 368,

370, 441, 372, 373, 440.



#444

Pensacola Sch Surprise        M:  E. Bradley 22

December 1821?

O,S:  Thomas Hagan or Eagan, on board

Slaves

Freeman   m    13   4-1  Black          

Billy          m    7



#445

Mobile    Sch Orleans Packet  M: Heartt 22 December 1821

S: 

William Lundy, Mobile

Slaves

Perry          m    22   5-7  Negro



#446

Baltimore Brig Hyperion  M: James Forbes     9 November

1821

O & S:  Thomas Lee

Slaves

Phil      m    22   5-11 Pale Black

Mary      f    19   5-2    "  "

Harriet her child     _2             " "

Sarah her child     6 months     " "





#447

Norfolk   Sch James Monroe    M:  Walter Bush     5 March

1825

Slaves owned by B. Jackson

Aleck          m    20   5-10 All Black unless otherwise

indicated

William   m    21   5-6

Jim       m    21   5-9

Randolph  m    23   5-5

Jupiter   m    16   5-0

Cephus    m    12   4-6

Eliza          f    18   5-0

Lucy      f    18   5-0  Yellow



Slaves Owned by Joseph Isnard, New Orleans

William?  m    ?    5-4

Ben       m    25   5-7

Hannah    f    18   5-5

Allen          m    25   5-5

Daniel         m    19   5-7

Wilson    m    19   5-5

James          m    20   5-6

Clarissa  f    18   5-3

Isaac          m    23   5-4

Robert    m    18   5-4

Isaac          m    23   5-8

Sam       m    20   5-5

Reuben    m    23   5-6

Jesse          m    25   5-5

Rachel    f    18   5-1

Ransom    m    22   5-8

Ben       m    18   5-4



#447 Con't.

George    m    15   5-4

Tom       m    9    3-11

Lavinia   f    8    3-11

Isham          m    19   5-4

Ralph          m    20   5-2



Slaves Owned by Jonathan C. Saunders for J. Wilkinson?

Mariah    f    28   5-2  Yellow

?         f    24   5-1  Black

Eliza          f    14   4-11

Caroline  f    15   5-1

Catherine f    18   5-0

Ri  chard    m    24   5-5

Thomas    m    19   5-3

Jarrott   m    22   5-6

Frank          m    19   5-5

William   m    22   5-9

Henry          m    20   5-5

James          m    17   5-5  Yellow

Ned       m    22   5-10

James          m    24   5-6

Henry          m    28   6-0

Amy       f    20   4-0

Beckey    f    35   5-1



Slaves Owned by J. C. Saunders, Norfolk

Hannah    m    18   5-1

Pleasant  m    26   5-1

Cato      m    30   5-6

Henry          m    19   5-6

Cato      m    34   5-7

Jeff      m    17   5-5

Jasper         m    23   5-6

Edmond    m    26   5-6

Grace          f    17   5-4  Yellow



Slaves owned by H. Altmand Jr., Norfolk

Willis         m    20   5-5



Slaves Owned by H. M. Fauquier, Norfolk

Nancy          f    23   5-5



Slaves owned by R. Accinelly, Portsmouthd by 

Caleb          m    18   5-10

Custer         m    18   5-0  Yellow

Zaddock   m    20   5-0  Black

Alsey          f    14   4-10

Berry          m    19   5-6

Jessy          m    23   5-6

David          m    11   5-5

Isaac          m    21   5-9  Mulatto

March     m    16   5-4

#447 con't.

Bob       m    23   4-10

Jonas          m    22   5-6

Ned       m    25   5-0

Hannah    f    25   5-5

Mar  y       f    16   4-9

Charlotte f    6    3-10 Yellowish

George    m    10   4-2

Stephen   m    8    3-10

Jacob          m    18   5-2

Lucy      f    18   5-0

Henry          m    25   5-5



#448

Charleston     Sch Miller of Boston     M: W. F. Slocum     20

November 1821

Slaves

Antoine   m    23   5-8  Black     Joseph Yates by John

R. Rogers, Charleston

Dick      m    35   5-10 Black     John Gilbert by C.

H. Tunis



#449

Same Entry

O,S:  Joseph Winthrop, Charleston

Slaves

John      m    24   5-10 Black



#450

Same Entry

O: Joseph Argote?

Slaves

Duke      m    42   5-9  Yellow

Caeser         m    47   5-8  Black

Hannah    f    48   5-2  Black



#451

Same Entry

O:  Benjamin Green

Slaves

Molsey    f    17   4-7  Yellow



#452

Same Entry

S:  William Newton   O:  Thomas H. Deast? for Wm Fossine?,

Charleston

Slaves

Tay?      f    35   5-5  All Black

Beck      f    30   5-0

Harriet   f    5    3-4

Billy          m    2    3-0  

 

          

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