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1850 Slave Schedule, Slave Owner Index

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Date: 1850 [unknown]
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1860 Slave Schedule Slave Owner Index

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The 1850 Slave Owner schedule for Albemarle County, Virginia is ready to be added to this page.
posted by Dreama (Morgan) Brower
edited by Dreama (Morgan) Brower
I have spreadsheets already done for slave holders in St Charles County, Missouri, from 1830-1860. They include slave holder name, plus all Slave information on the Census for each year for each one. After the 'Thon this weekend, I will do a Space Page and upload them, okay?
posted by Carole (Kirch) Bannes
Absolutely, Carole. How many are there?
posted by Gina (Pocock) Jarvi
Depends on how they're divided. The 1830 Census isn't divided by Township, so there are about 210 Slave owners and 940 enumerated slaves. There are also 33 "Free Colored Persons," who are listed by name of head of household. In 1840, there were about 350 owners and nearly 1,600 enumerated slaves in the County, as well as 28 "Free Colored Persons." That Census has been divided into Townships, so can be divided into smaller "chunks" if you want.

Looks like I haven't finished the 1850 Slave Schedule? But I will do that. It's only partially complete, with about 450 individual slaves linked to owners. (There are a LOT more!) Likewise with the 1860, which so far has over 2,100 slaves, with number of owners yet to be counted.

posted by Carole (Kirch) Bannes
Oops!! I sorta forgot to do this! I’ll tie a string on my finger.
posted by Carole (Kirch) Bannes