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Freedmen Narratives

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This is a list of formerly enslaved persons who were interviewed for the source listed at the bottom of the page. The second source contains a link to portraits that were taken at the time of the interviews. If they do not already have profiles, they will need to be created. The US Black Heritage Project asks that the African-American Sticker be applied below the biography header to each profile that you create.

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Between 1936 and 1938 approximately 2,300 former slaves were interviewed as part of the Federal Writer's Project of the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The results are presented in narrative form, most, allegedly, in the first person, and made available by the Library of Congress. Please be aware that this project took place in the Jim Crow Era and some scholars believe that the narratives themselves may be, in part, adulterated. You may find that in the narratives many of the freedmen actually have praise for the institution of slavery and/or their slave holders. The vernacular in which the narratives are written can be cringe inducing and are most certainly contrived. Just keep in mind the times in which these men and women lived. Their value is that many of the narratives include names of relatives and slave holders, dates, places, and other information with which to create a basic profile.

A free space is in the works regarding the interviewers from the Federal Writer's Project and the Works Progress Administration. It will be linked here. Also, a free space had been created to document some of those who witnessed "the Night the Stars Fell" on 12 and 13 November 1833. This was actually the Leonid metor showers. Many thought it was the end of the world. If you come across any Freedmen who witnessed the event, according to their narratives, can you please add them to the free space?

The Night the Stars Fell - 1833, USA

This list is divided by states. Below each state heading is a link to the digital images. The chart provides the name of each person (sometimes a couple) interviewed, a place to enter their WikiTree ID, and whether or not they are connected to the main WikiTree. At the bottom of the Library of Congress' page is the source citation. Adding the Volume and page number is also helpful.

Contents

Alabama

Vol. 1, Aarons - Young

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Abe WhitessAbe WhitessButler County, Mississippi
Abraham JonesAbraham JonesRussell County, Alabama
Adeline HodgesAdeline HodgesMobile County, Alabama
Allen BrownAllen BrownEufaula, Alabama
Allen SimsAllen SimsLee, Alabama
Alonzo Fantroy ToombsAlonza Fantroy ToombsWilkes County, Georgia
Amanda TellisAmanda TellisGrove Hill, Alabama
Amy ChapmanAmy ChapmanLivingston, Alabama
Angie GarrettAngie GarrettDe Kalb, Mississippi
Ank BishopAnk BishopWard, Alabama
Anne MaddoxAnne MaddoxVirginia, Alabama
Annie StantonAnnie Stanton"Knight's Place" Finchberg, Alabama
Anthony AbercrombieAnthony AbercrombieMarion, Alabama
Josephine RogersAunt JosephineNorth of Atlanta, Georgia
Bert FrederickBert FrederickChambers County, Alabama
Billy Abraham LongslaughterBilly Abraham LongslaughterRichmond, Virginia
Callie WilliamsCallie WilliamsLowndes, Alabama
Caroline HollandCaroline HollandMontgomery, Alabama
Carrie DavisCarrie DavisHarris, Alabama
Carrie PollardCarrie PollardGainesville, Alabama
Charity AndersonCharity AndersonBells Landing Church, Monroe, Alabama
Charity GrigsbyCharity GrigsbyLivingston, Sumter, Alabama
Charles HayesCharles HayesMayesville, Alabama
Charlie AaronsCharlie AaronsPetersburg, Virginia
Charlie Van Dyke Charlie Van DykeMobile, Alabama
Cheney CrossCheney CrossEvergreen, Alabama
[[Washington-3105|Lucinda WashingtonLucinda WashingtonSumter, Alabama
Clara DavisClara DavisMonroeville, Alabama
Cornelia Robinson
Cull Taylor
Daniel Taylor
Delia Garlic
Dellie Lewis
Eliza White
Elizabeth Thomas
Ella Dilliard
Ellen King
Ellen Thomas
Emma ChapmanEmma ChapmanCharleston, South Carolina
Emma Crockett
Emma Jones
Emma L. Howard
Esther Green
Esther King Casey
Everett Ingram
Fannie Gibson
Frank Gill
Frank MenefeeFrank MenefeeLee County, Alabama
Frank Smith
Gabe Hines
George Dillard
George StricklandGeorge StricklandMississippi, Alabama, Georgia
George Taylor
George Young
Georgia
Gus (Jabbo) Rogers
Gus Askew
Gus Brown
Hannah Irwin
Hannah Jones
Hattie Anne NettlesHattie Anne NettlesGeorgia, Alabama
Hattie Clayton
Henry Barnes
Henry Cheatam
Henry Garry
Heywood Ford
Hilliard Johnson
Irene Poole
Isaam Morgan
Jake Green
Jane
Jane Holloway
Janie Scott
Jennie BowenJennie BowenWilcox Co., Alabama
Jim Gillard
John Smith
Joseph Holmes
Josh Horn
Katherine Eppes
Laura Clark
Lightnin'
Lilah Walker
Lindy Patton
Lizzie Hill
Lucindia Washington
Lucindy Lawrence JurdonLucindy Lawrence JurdonGeorgia
Lucy Kimball
Mandy
Mandy Leslie
Mandy McCullough Cosby
Martha Bradley
Martha Jackson
Mary Ella Grandberry
Mary Rice
Matilda Pugh DanielMatilda Pugh DanielEufaula, Alabama
Maugan Shepherd
Mingo White
Mollie Tillman
Molly (Ammonds) Ammond
Molly Parker
Nannie Bradfield
Nathan Beauchamp
Nelson Birdsong
Nicey PughNicey PughPrichard, Alabama
Oliver Bell
Randolph Johnson
Reuben Fitzpatrick
Rev. W. E. Northcross
Roxy Pitts
Rufus Dirt
Sallie Reynolds
Sally Murphy
Sara Colquitt
Silvia Witherspoon
Simon Phillips
Simon Walker
Siney Bonner
Stepney Underwood
Theodore Fontaine StewartTheodore Fontaine StewartGeorgia
Tildy Collins
Tom Baker
Tom McAlpinTom McAlpinAlabama
Tony Morgan
Uncle Louis
Uncle Mose
Rev. Wade OwensRev. Wade OwensAlabama
Wadley Clemons
Walter Calloway
William Colbert
William Henry TownsWilliam Henry TownsAlabama

Arkansas

Vol. 2, Part 1, Abbott - Byrd

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Dina Beard
Aunt Adeline
John W. H. Barnett (abt.1856-1945)John W. H. BarnettArkansas
Josephine Ann Barnett
Lizzie Barnett
Silas Abbott
Lucian Abernathy
Laura Abromson
Spencer Barnett
Emma Barr
Robert Barr
Mose Banks
Emmett Beal
William Baltimore
Annie Beck
J.H. Beckwith
Enoch Beel
Sophie D. Belle
Cyrus Bellus
Bob Benford
Carrie Bradley Logan Bennet
George Benson
Kato Benton
James Bertrand
Alice Biggs
Matilda Bass
R.B. Anderson
Rose Adway
Liddie Aiken
Mattie Aldridge
Amsy O. Alexander
Diana Alexander
Fannie Alexander
Lucretia Alexander
Ed Allen
Lucindy Allison
Josephine Ames
Henry Banner
Nancy Anderson
Beatrice Black
Sarah Anderson
Selie Anderson
W.A. Anderson
Henry Anthony
Katie Arbery
Campbell Armstrong
Cora Armstrong
Lillie Baccus
Joseph Samuel Badgett
Jeff Bailey
James Baker
Charles Anderson
Maggie Broyles
F.H. Brown
George Brown
J.N. Brown
Lewis Brown
Lewis Brown
Mag Brown
Mary Brown
Mattie Brown
Molly Brown
Peter Brown
Mandy Billings
William Brown
Waters Brooks
Ida Bryant
Belle Buntin
Jeff Burgess
Norman Burkes
Will Burks, Sr.
Adeline Burris
Jennie Butler
E.L. Byrd
Emmett Augusta Byrd
Casper Rumple
Lewis Brown
William Brown
Mal Boyd
Lewis Brown
Boston Blackwell
Henry Blake
Adeline Blakeley
Vera Roy Bobo
Liddie Boechus
Maggie (Bunny) Bond
Caroline Bonds
Rev. Frank T. Boone
J.F. Boone
Jonas Boone
Elcie Brown
Jack Boyd
Casie Jones Brown
George Braddox
George Braddox
Edward Bradley
Rachel Bradley
Elizabeth Brannon
Mack Brantley
Ellen Brass
Alice Bratton
Frank Briles
Mary Ann Brooks
Jane Birch
John Bowdry

Vol. 2, Part 2, Cannon - Evans

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Mary Allen Darrow
Minerva Davis
Sallie Crane
Isaac Crawford
Mary Crosby
Richard Crump
Zenia Culp
Albert Cumins
Betty Curlett
Betty Curlett
Betty Curlett
J. H. Curry
T.W. Cotton
Ella Daniels
Lucy Cotton
Alice Davis
Charlie Davis
D. Davis
James Davis
Jim Davis
Jim Davis
Jim Davis
Jeff Davis
Jeff Davis
Jordan Davis
Orleans Finger
Lyttleton Dandridge
Frank Cannon
Molly Finley
Fanny Finney
Gate-Eye Fisher
Ellen Fitzgerald
Henry Fitzhugh
Mary Flagg
Doc Flowers
Frances Fluker
Ida May Fluker
Wash Ford
Wash Ford
Ellen Cragin
Ellen Crowley
Rosetta Davis
Zenie Cauley
Liney Chambers
Willie Buck Charleston, Jr.
Lewis Chase
Katherine Clay
Maria Sutton Clemments
Maria Sutton Clements
Maria Sutton Clements
Fannie Clemons
Joe Clinton
Betty Coleman
Judia Fortenberry
Jennie Ferrell
Mary Jane Drucilla Davis
William L. Dunwoody
Lucius Edwards
John Elliott
Millie Evans
Millie Evans
Millie Evans
Mose Evans
Rachel Fairley
Pauline Fakes
Mattie Fannen
Lizzie Dunn
Mrs. Lou Fergusson
Wash Dukes
Frank Fikes
J.E. Filer
Emma Foster
Emma Foster
Ira Foster
Ira Foster
Leonard Franklin
Eliza Frazier
Mary Frazier
Tyler Frazier
Mittie Freeman
Robert Farmer
Fannie Dorum
Virginia (Jennie) Davis
Winnie Davis
Leroy Day
Hammett Dell
James Dickey
Benjamin Diggs
Katie Dillon
Alice Dixon
Luke D. Dixon
Martha Ann Dixon
Railroad Dockery
Nellie Dunne
Charles Green Dortch
Mattie Fritz
Silas Dothrum
Sarah Douglas
Sarah Douglas
Tom Douglas
Tom and Sarah Douglas
Tom and Sarah Douglas
Sebert Douglas
Henry Doyl
Willie Doyld
Wade Dudley
Isabella Duke
Callie Donalson

Vol. 2, Part 3, Gadson - Isom

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Rachel Hankins
William Harris
Ambus Gray
Green Gray
Neely (Nely) Gray
Henry "Happy Day" Green
Henry Green
Frank Greene
Josephine Hamilton
Peter Hamilton
Lawrence Hampton
Hannah Hancock
Marthala Grant
Julia E. Haney
James Graham
Mary Jane Hardridge
O. C. Hardy
Rosa Hardy
Eda Harper
Abram Harris
Betty Harris
Mary Harris
Rachel Harris
Jennie Washington
Hannah Hancock
Jennie Wormly Gibson
George Greene
Andrew Gregory
Annie Griegg
William and Charlotte Guess
Lee Guidon
Linley Hadley
Anna Hall
Ellie Hamilton
Josephine Hamilton
Charlie Gadson
Dr. D. B. Gaines
Mary Gaines
Wesley Graves
Mike Genes
William H. Harrison
James Gill
Cora Gillam
J.N. Gillespie
Will Glass
Frank William Glenn
Ella Glespie
Joe Golden
Jake Goodridge
John Goodson (Goodrum)
George Govan
Julia Grace
Charles Graham
William Gant
Pauline Howell
Rachel Harris
Betty Hodge
Minnie Holloman
H.B. Holloway
Pink Holly
Dora Holmes
Elijah Henry Hopkins
Nettie Hopson
Molly Horn
Cora L. Horton
Laura House
Pinkie Howard
Charlie Hinton
Josephine Howell
Charles Hinton
Molly Hudgens
Charlie Huff
Louvenia Huff
Anna Huggins
Margaret Hulm
John Hunter
William Hunter
Ida Blackshear Hutchinson
Cornelia Ishmon
Jack Island
Jack and Talitha Island
Mary Island
Pinkey (Pinkie) Howard
Annie Hill
Laura Hart
Hetty Haskell
Matilda Hatchett
John G. Hawkins
Lizzie Hawkins
Becky Hawkins
G. W. Hawkins
Eliza Hays
Tom Haynes
Joe Haywood
Marie E. Hervey
Phillis Hicks
Ben Hite
Bert Higgins
Henrietta Isom
Clark Hill
Elmira Hill
Gillie Hill
Harriet Hill
Hattie Hill
Oliver Hill
Rebecca Brown Hill
Tanny Hill
Elizabeth Hines
Will Hicks

Vol. 2, Part 4, Jackson - Lynch

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Abbie Lindsay
Absolom Jenkins
Adaline Johnson
Adreanna (Adrianna) W. Kerns
Alice Johnson
Allen Johnson
Angeline Jones
Anna King
Annie Johnson
Annie Love
Arey Lamar
Barney A. Laird
Ben Johnson
Bessie Lawson
Betty Johnson
Betty Krump
Charlie Jones
Cinda Johnson
Clarice Jackson
Cyntha Jones
Dora Jerman
Edmond Jones
Eliza Jones
Ella Johnson
Ellis Jefferson
Elvie Lomack
Evelyn Jones
Fanny Johnson
Frank Kennedy
Frank Larkin
George Johnson
George Key
Henry Lee
Henry Long
Israel Jackson
John H. Logan
John Johnson
John Jones
John Luckett
John Lynch
Josephine Scott Lynch
Lawson Jamar
Letha Johnson
Lewis Johnson
Lidia Jones
Liza Jones (Cookie)
Lizzie Johnson
Lizzie Luckado
Louis Johnson
Louis Lucas
Lucy Jones
Lucy Key
Lula Jackson
Lydia Jones
Mag Johnson
Mandy Johnson
Mandy Lee
Marion Johnson
Martha Johnson
Mary Jackson
Mary Jones
Mary Lee
Millie (Old Bill) Johnson
Minerva Lofton
Mose King
Moses Jeffries
Nannie Jones
Needham Love
Nellie James
Oscar Felix Junell
Preston Kyles
Reuben Jones
Rev. Ellis Jefson
Robert James
Robert Lofton
Rosa Lindsay
Rosie Johnson
Saint Johnson
Sam Keaton
Solomon Lambert
Susa Lagrone
Susie King
Talitha Lewis
Taylor Jackson
Tines Kendricks
Vergil Jones
Virginia Jackson
Walter Jones
William Jackson
William Kirk
William Lattimore
William Little
Willie Johnson.

Vol. 2, Part 5, McClendon - Prayer

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
A.J. Mitchell
Ada Moorehead
Alex Murdock
Alfred Peters
Angeline Martin
Ann May
Annie Page
Annie Parks
Austin Pen Parnell
Avalena McConico
Ben Moon
Ben Parr
Bess Mathis
Bessie Myers
Bob Potter
Caroline Matthews
Carry Allen Patton
Cella Perkins
Charity Morris
Charlie McClendon
Charlie Norris
Claiborne Moss
Cresa Mack
Dan Newborn
Dinah Perry
Dolly Phillips
Ella Pittman
Emaline Neland
Emma Moore
Emma Morris
Emma Oats
Evelina Morgan
Fannie Parker
Frank A. Patterson
Frozie Moss
Gip Minton
Gracie Mitchell
Griffin Myrax
Hardy Miller
Harriet McFarlin Payne
Helen Odom and mother
Sarah Odom
Henry C. Pettus
Henry Kirk Miller
Henry Nelson
Hettie Mitchell
Ike McCoy
Iran Nelson
Ivory Osborne
J.M. Parker
James Henry Nelson
James Morgan
Jane Oliver
Jane Osbrook
Jeff Metcalf
Jesse Meeks
Joe Mayes
John (Doc) Pope
John Nelson
John Patterson
John Payne
John Peterson
Josie Martin
Judy Parker
Larkin Payne
Lettie Nelson
Lewis Mann
Lizzie McCloud
Louise Pettis
Louise Prayer
Malindy Maxwell
Marguerite (Maggie) Perkins
Mary Estes Peters
Mary Jane (Mattie) Mooreman
Mary Mitchell
Mary Myhand
Mary Poe
Matilda Miller
Mattie Nelson
Mose Minser
Mose Moss
Moses Mitchell
Nannie P. Madden
Nathan Miller
Nellie Maxwell
Olivia Morgan
Pate Newton
Patsy Moore
Perry Madden
R.F. Parker
Rachel Perkins
Richard H. McDaniel
S. O. Mullins
Sallie Newsom
Sally Nealy
Sally Neely
Sam Miller
Sarah Jane Patterson
Sarah Pittman
Richard Soloman P PattilloSolomon P. Pattille Arkansas, Texas
Tom Morgan
Tom Wylie Neal
Tony Piggy
Victoria McMullen
W.D. Miller
W.L. Pollacks
Warren McKinney
Waters McIntosh
William Porter
Wylie Nealy

Vol. 2, Part 6, Quinn-Tuttle

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Alice Rivers
Amanda Ross
Andrew Smith
Annie Thompson
Anthony Taylor
Arzella Smallwood
Augustus Robinson
Bob Samuels
Caroline Smith
Caroline Stout
Cat Ross
Charlie Rigger
Charlotte E. Stephens
Clay Reaves
Cora Scroggins
Diana Rankins
Dicey Thomas
Doc Quinn
Dora Richard
Edmond Smith
Ellen Briggs Thompson
Emma (Bama) Tidwell
Emma Hulett Smith
Emma Sanderson
Emma Turner
Ervin E. Smith
Fannie Sims
Fannie Tatum
Felix Street
Frances Smith
Frank Reed
Frederick Shelton
George Robertson (Robinson?)
Hannah Travis
Hattie Thompson
Henrietta Evelina Smith
Henrietta Ralls
Henry Russell
Henry Smith
Henry Turner
Hezekiah (Ky) Steel
Ida Rigley
Isom Rogers
Isom Starnes
J. L. Smith
J. Roberts
J.T. Tims
James Henry Stith
James Reeves
James Spikes
James Tubb
Jane Reece
Jerry Sims
Jim Ricks
Joe Tillman
John H. Smith
Katie Rye
Kittie Stanford
Landy Rucker
Laura Rowland
Laura Shelton
Laura Thornton
Liza Moore Tanner
Liza Stiggers
Lula Taylor
Maggie and Charlie Snow
Maggie Stenhouse
Mahalia Shores
Malindy Robinson
Mamie Thompson
Mandy Thomas
Mandy Tucker
Mark C. Trotter
Martha Ruffin
Mary Scott
Mary Shaw
Mary Tabon
Mary Teel
Mattie Ross
Mike Thompson
Millie Taylor
Milton Ritchie
Minnie Johnson Stewart
Mollie Hardy Scott
Omelia Thomas
Oscar James Rogers
Peggy Sloan
Robert Solomon
Roberta Shaver
Rosa Simmons
Sam Scott
Sarah Sexton
Sarah Smiley
Sarah Taylor
Seabe Tuttle
Senia Rassberry
Senya Singfield
Shepherd Rhone
Sneed Teague
Tanner Thomas
Thomas Ruffin
Tom Robinson
Tom Stanhouse
Victoria Sims
Violet Shaw
Virginia Sims
Wade Thermon
Warren Taylor
Wester Thomas
Will Ann Rogers
William Henry Rooks
William J. Stevens

Vol. 2, Part 7, Vaden - Young

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Adelaide J. Vaughn
Alfred Wells
Alice Wise
Alice Wright
Anna Washington
Anna Williamson
Anna Woods
Annie Mae Weathers
Annie Young
Bart Wayne
Bell Wilks
Bell Williams
Cal Woods
Callie Halsey Williamson
Calvin West
Caroline Watson
Charley Williams
Charlie Vaden
Charlie Williams
Charlotte Willis
Clara Walker
Columbus Williams
Cora Weathers
David Whiteman
Dock Wilborn
Dolly Whiteside
Douglas Wells
Eliza Washington
Ella Wilson
Ellen Vaden
Emmeline (Emiline) Waddille (Waddell)
Evans Warrior
Frank Williams
Frank Wise
Gus Williams
Hannah Brooks Wright
Henrietta Williams
Henry Andrew (Tip) Williams
Henry Waldon
Henry Walker
Ike Worthy
Ishe Webb
J. W. Whitfield
Jake Walker
James Williams
Joe Whitaker
John Wells
John Wesley
John Williams
John Young
Julia A. White
Julia White
Lillie Williams
Lucy White
Lucy Withers
Maggie Wesmoland
Maggie Woods
Mary Mays West
Mary Watson
Mary Williams
Mrs. John G. High
Nettie Van Buren
Parrish Washington
Robert Wesley
Robert Wilson
Rosena Hunt Williams
Sam Word
Sarah Wells
Sarah Whitmore,
Sarah Williams Wells
Sylvester Wethington
Tom Windham
Tom Yates
William Ball (Soldier) Williams III
Willie Wallace

Florida

Vol. 3, Anderson-Wilson

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected? Miami Ex Slave Club member?
Acie Thomas (1857-)Acie ThomasJefferson County, Florida
Amanda (Williams) McCray (abt.1854-)Amanda McCrayFlorida
Ambrose Hilliard Douglass (1845-1940)Ambrose Douglassseveral - North Carolina, Virginia
Anna (Unknown) Scott (1846-)Anna ScottSouth Carolina
Annie Gail (abt.1861-)Annie GailAlabamaYes
Annie (Unknown) Tripp (abt.1860-)Annie TripGeorgiaYes
Jessie Rowell (abt.1860-)Jessie RowellMississippiYes
Margaret White (abt.1852-)Margaret WhiteNorth CarolinaYes
Priscilla Mitchell (1858-)Priscilla MitchellMacon County, AlabamaYes
Fannie (Livingston) McCay (abt.1863-)Fannie McCayGeorgiaYes
Hattie Thomas (abt.1860-)Hattie ThomasGeorgiaYes
David Lee (abt.1850-)David LeeGeorgiaYes
Arnold Gragston (1840-1938)Arnold GragstonMason County, Kentucky
Banana Williams (abt.1862-)Banana WilliamsGrady County, GeorgiaYes
Bill Austin (abt.1845-)Bill AustinGeorgia
Bolden Hall (1853-1937)Bolden HallFlorida
Charles Coates (1828-)Charles CoatesVirginia
Charley Roberts (abt.1856-)Charley RobertsSouth CarolinaYes
Frank Bates (abt.1862-)Frank BatesAlabamaYes
William Neighten (1863-)William NeightenunknownYes
Riviana (Unknown) Boynton (1853-)Rivana BoyntonSouth CarolinaYes
Salena (Tarver) Tazwell (1851-1939)Salena TaswellGeorgiaYesYes
Charlotte MartinCharlotte MartinSuwannee County, Florida
Christine (Drummond) Mitchell (abt.1855-)Christine MitchellFlorida
Cindy (Young) Kinsey (abt.1855-)Cindy KinseyArkansas
Claude Augusta Wilson (1857-1939)Claude Augusta WilsonColumbia County, Florida
Clayborn Gantling (1848-1940)Clayborn GantlingTerrell County, Georgia
Dave Taylor (1850-)Dave TaylorVirginia, Florida
Della (Hart) Hilyard (abt.1858-)Della Bess HilyardDarlington County, South Carolina
Douglas Dorsey (1851-1938)Douglas DorseySuwannee County, Florida
Douglas Parish (1850-)Douglas ParishJefferson County, Florida
Duncan Gaines (1853-1937)Duncan GainesVIrginia
Edward Lycurgas (1872-)Edward Lycurgasnot enslaved
Florida Clayton (1854-)Florida ClaytonFlorida
Frank Berry (1858-)Frank BerryAlachua County, Florida
George Pretty (1852-)George Prettynot enslaved
Harriett (Unknown) Gresham (1838-1938)Harriett GreshamSouth Carolina
Henry Maxwell (1859-)Henry MaxwellLowndes County, Georgia
Irene (Unknown) Coates (1859-1938)Irene CoatesGeorgia
Jennie Golder (abt.1860-)Jennie GolderGeorgiaYes
John Henry Kemp (abt.1856-)John Henry (Prophet) KempOktibbeha County, Mississippi
Josephine (Anderson) Jones (abt.1860-)Josephine Anderson[unclear - too young]
Lindsey Moore (1850-1937)Lindsey MooreForsyth County, Georgia
Louis Napoleon (1857-)Louis NapoleonFlorida
Luke Towns (1835-)Luke TownsGeorgia
Mack Mullen (1857-)Mack MullenGeorgia
no profile made - no actual name hereMama DuckVirginia
Margrett (Carr) Nickerson (1835-)Margrett NickersonLeon County, Florida
Mary (Minus) Biddie (abt.1845-1942)Mary Minus BiddieColumbia County, Florida
Matilda (Knox) Brooks (abt.1857-abt.1939)Matilda BrooksSouth Carolina
Millie Sampson (1862-abt.1942)Millie SampsonSouth CarolinaYes
Neil Coker (1857-)Neil CokerVIrginia
Patience (Merritt) Campbell (abt.1853-)Patience CampbellJackson County, Florida
Randall Lee (abt.1856-)Randall LeeSouth Carolina
Rebecca (Lowe) Hooks (abt.1845-)Rebecca HooksJones County, Georgia
Eli Boyd (1864-)Rev. Eli BoydSouth Carolina
Squire Jackson (1841-1939)Rev. Squires JacksonMadison County, Florida
Young Winston Davis (1855-)Rev. Young Winston DavisAlabama
Sam Everett (1852-) Unknown (Unknown) Everett (1859-)Sam and Louisa EverettVirginia
Andrews-17141Samuel Simeon AndrewsGeorgia, South Carolina,
Texas, Alabama
No
Samuel Smalls (abt.1853-)Samuel SmallsSuwanee County, Florida
Sarah Ross[not in Florida index]
Shack Thomas (1834-)Shack ThomasFlorida
Taylor Gilbert (abt.1850-1937)Taylor GilbertGeorgia
Titus Bynes (1846-1939)Titus BynesClarendon County, South Carolina
William Sherman (1842-)William ShermanSouth Carolina
Willis Dukes (1853-1944)Willis DukesBrooks County, Georgia
Willis Williams (1856-)Willis WilliamsFlorida

Georgia

Vol. 4, Part 1, Adams - Furr

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Alec BostwickAlec BostwickMorgan County, Georgia
Alice BattleAlice BattleBibb County, Georgia
Alice BradleyAlice BradleyWilkes County, Georgia
Kizzie ColquittKizzie ColquittElbert County, Georgia
Anderson FurrAnderson FurrHall County, Georgia
Arrie BinnsArrie BinnsLincoln County, Georgia
Ben DillardBenny DillardElbert County, Georgia
Berry BrittBerry ClayNot Enslaved - Telfair County, Georgia
Callie NealCallie ElderFloyd County, Georgia
Nancy FryerCarrie Nancy FryerEdgefield County, South Carolina
Celestia AveryCelestia AveryTroupe County, Georgia
Della BriscoeDella BriscoePutnam County, Georgia
Easter BrownEaster BrownFloyd County, Georgia
Ellen ClaibournEllen ClaibournColumbia County, Georgia
Emmaline HeardEmmaline HeardNot Enslaved - Greene County, Georgia
George BrooksGeorge BrooksMuscogee County, Georgia & Tallapoosa County, Alabama
George EasonGeorge EasonForsyth, Richmond, Fulton Counties, Georgia
Georgia BakerGeorgia BakerTaliaferro County, Georgia
Hannah AustinHannah AustinGeorgia
Henry BlandHenry BlandHancock County, Georgia
Isaac T. DerricotteIke DerricotteClarke County, Georgia
Jack AtkinsJack AtkinsonButts County, Georgia
James BoltonJames BoltonOglethorpe County, Georgia
Jasper BattleJasper BattleTaliaferro County, Gerogia
John ColeJohn ColeClarke County, Georgia
Julia BrownJulia (Aunt Sally) BrownJackson County, Georgia
Julia BunchJulia BunchEdgefield County, South Carolina
Julia ColeJulia ColeMonroe County, Georgia
Lewis FavorsLewis FavorMeriweather County, Georgia
Mariah CallawayMariah CallowayWilkes County, Georgia
Marshall ButlerMarshal ButlerWilkes County, Georgia
Martha (Mitchell) ColquittMartha Colquitt
Martha EverettMartha EverettePulaski County, Georgia
Mary ColbertMary ColbertClarke County, Georgia
Mary FergusonMary FergusonMaryland / Talbot County, Georgia
Minnie DavisMinnie DavisGreene County / Athens, Georgia
Moses DavisMose DavisHouston County, Georgia
Nancy BoudryNancy BoudryMcDuffie County, Georgia
Pierce CodyPierce CodyWarren County, Georgia
Rachel AdamsRachel AdamsPutnam County, Georgia
Washington AllenRev. W. B. AllenSumter County, South Carolina & Chambers County, Alabama
Ryal BoddieRias BodyHarris County, Georgia
Sarah ByrdSarah ByrdOrange County, Virginia & Richmond County, Georgia
Susan CastleSusan CastleClarke County, Georgia
Washington AllenWashington AllenSumter County, South Carolina & Chambers County, Alabama
Willis CoferWillis CoferWilkes County, Georgia

Vol. 4, Part 2, Garey - Jones

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Alice GreenAlice GreenClarke County, Georgia
Alice HutchesonAlice HutchesonMonroe County, Georgia
Amanda JacksonAmanda JacksonGlascock County, Georgia
Annie HuffAnnie HuffBibb County, Georgia
Benjamin HendersonBenjamin HendersonJasper County, Georgia
Benjamin JohnsonBenjamin JohnsonTroup County, Georgia
Henry William HeardBill HeardElbert County, Georgia
Bryant HuffBryant HuffRichmond County, Georgia
Camilla JacksonCamilla JacksonDeKalb County, Georgia
Carrie HudsonCarrie HudsonElbert County, Georgia
Charles HudsonCharlie HudsonElbert County, Georgia
David Goodman GullinsDavid Goodman GullinsPutnam Country, Georgia
Dosia HarrisDosia HarrisGreene County, Georgia
Easter HuffEaster HuffOglethorpe County, Georgia
Easter JacksonEaster JacksonTroup County, Georgia
Elisa GareyElisha Doc GareyHart County, Georgia
Emma HurleyEmma HurleyWilkes & Oglethorpe Counties, GA
Emmaline HeardEmmaline HeardGreene County, Georgia
Estella JonesEstella JonesGeorgia
Fannie JonesFannie JonesElbert County, Georgia
Georgia JohnsonGeorgia JohnsonElbert County, Georgia
Heard GriffinHeard GriffinWalton County, Georgia
Henderson HarrisHenderson HarrisTalbot County, Georgia
Isaiah GreenIsaac (Isaiah) GreenGreene County, Georgia
Isaiah GreenIsaiah (Isaac) GreenGreene County, Georgia
Jane HarmonJane Smith Hill HarmonWilkes County, Georgia
Jefferson HenryJefferson Franklin HenryPaulding County, Georgia
John HillJohn HillWalton County, Georgia
Laura HoodLaura HoodSpalding County, Georgia
Leah GarrettLeah GarrettRichmond County, Georgia
Lina HunterLina HunterOglethorpe County, Georgia
Mahala "Hailie" JewelMahala JewelOglethorpe County, Georgia
Manuel JohnsonManuel JohnsonWilkes County, Georgia
Margaret GreeneMargaret GreenEdgefield County, South Carolina
Mary GladdyMary GladdyMuscogee County, Georgia
Mildred HeardMildred HeardNot Enslaved
Milton HammondMilton HammondMilton County, Georgia
Minnie GreenMinnie GreenNot Enslaved
Rastus JonesRastus JonesWake County, NC & DeSoto County, MS
Robert HeardRobert HeardWilkes County, Georgia
Robert HenryRobert HenryWilkes County, Georgia
Sarah GraySarah GrayGwinnett County, Georgia
Shang HarrisShang HarrisFranklin County, Georgia
Snovey JacksonSnovey JacksonVirginia & Georgia
Susie JohnsonSusie JohnsonUpson County, GeorgiaYes
Tom HawkinsTom HawkinsAnderson County, South Carolina
Jake KincaidUncle JakeFannin County, Georgia
Wheeler GreshamWheeler GreshamWilkes County, Georgia

Vol. 4, Part 3, Kendricks-Styles

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Alexander PopeAlec PopeOglethrope County, Georgia
Amanda McDanielAmanda McDanielOconee & Bibb Counties, GA
Amanda StylesAmanda StylesDeKalb County, Georgia
Anna Parkes
Annie Price
Bob Mobley
Carrie Mason
Charlie King
Charlie Pye
Charlie Tye Smith
Charlotte Raines
Dora Roberts
Ed McCree
Evalina StepneyEmeline StepneyGreene County, Georgia
Emily Mays
Emmaline KilpatrickEmmaline KilpatrickGreene County, Georgia
Fannie NixFanny NixUpson County, Georgia
Fanny Randolph
Ferebe RogersFerebe RogersBaldwin County, Georgia
Frances Kimbrough
G. W. Pattillo
George Lewis
Georgia Smith
Harriet Miller
Henry NixHenry NixUpson County, Georgia
Henry Rogers
Jennie Kendricks
Julia Larken
Julia Rush
Lewis Ogletree
Liza Mention
Lucy McCullough
Mary Smith
Matilda McKinneyMatilda McKinney Dougherty County, Georgia
Melvin SmithMelvin SmithBeaufort County, South Carolina
Marion McCommonsMirriam McCommonOglethorpe County, Georgia
Mollie Malone
Mollie MitchellMollie MitchelButts County, Georgia
Nancy SettlesNancy SettleEdgefield County, South Carolina
Nancy SmithNancy SmithClarke County, Georgia
Nellie SmithNellie SmithClarke County, Georgia
Nicey KinneyNicey KinneyJackson County, Georgia
Paul SmithPaul SmithOglethorpe County, Georgia
Richard OrfordRichard OrfordPike County, Georgia
Robert ShepherdRobert ShepherdOglethorpe County, Georgia
Shadrack RichardsShade RichardsPike County, Georgia
Susan MatthewsSusan MatthewsCrawford County, Georgia
Susan McIntoshSusan McIntoshOconee County, Georgia
Tom McGruderTom McGruderEmanuel County, Georgia
Tom SingletonTom SingletonLumpkin & Clarke Counties, GA
William H. SheatisWill SheetsOconee County, Georgia
William"Shug" McWhorterWilliam McWhorterGreene County, Georgia

Vol. 4, Part 4, Telfair - Young

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Addie Vinson
Adeline Willis
Amelia
Aunt Adeline
Camilla Jackson
Emmaline HeardEmmaline HeardGreene County, Georgia
Anna Grant
Carrie
Compilation
Cordelia Thomas
Cornelia Winfield
Dink Walton Young
Easter
Eliza Williamson
Ellen Campbell
Emma Virgel
Emmaline HeardEmmaline HeardGreene County, Georgia
Rosa and Jasper Millegan
Eugene
Eugene Wesley Smith
Frances Willingham
George Womble
Georgia Telfair
Green Willbanks
Henry Wright
Ike Thomas
Jane Mickens Toombs
John F. Van Hook
Julia Rush
George Leonard
Henry Holmes
Ellis Strickland
Sam Stevens
Laura
Lula Washington
Malinda
Mary
Matilda
Neal Upson
Phil Towns
Rachel
Rachel Sullivan
Rhodus Walton
Uncle Willis
William Ward
Willis Bennefield

Indiana

Vol. 5, Arnold - Woodson

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved Location Enslaver Surnames Connected?
Adah SuggsAdah Isabelle SuggsKentuckyMcClain
Adeline (Rose) LennoxAdeline Rose LennoxTennesseeRose
Alex Woodson
Amanda Elizabeth Samuels
America Morgan
Amy Elizabeth Patterson
Anderson Whitted
Angie (King) BoyceAngie BoyceKentucky Adair Co.Breeding
Barney Stone
Belle (Mayer) ButlerBelle ButlerMississippi Rankin Co.Coffer / Cofer (MS)
Chaney MayerChaney Mayerposs. Virginia Charles City
Virginia
Powhatan Co.
Mississippi
Rankin Co.
poss. Stagg
(Charles City VA)
Coffer / Cofer
(VA, MS)
Elizabeth "Betty" (Cook) GunnBetty GuwnKentucky Trigg Co.
Billy Slaughter
Callie (Terrell) BraceyCallie Braceynot enslavednot enslaved
Louisa TerrellLouise TerrellMississippi(Andy) Ramblet
Candus Richardson
Carl BooneCarl Boonenot enslavednot enslaved
Rachel BooneRachel BooneKentucky Marion Co.Boone
Stephen BooneStephen BooneMaryland;
Kentucky Marion Co.
Boone
Dr. George Washington BucknerDr. George Washington BucknerKentucky
Edna BoysawEdna Boysaw
Elizabeth "Betty" (Alvis) JonesElizabeth JonesKentucky
Henderson Co.
Alvis
Ellen CaveEllen CaveKentucky Taylor Co.
Frank CooperFrank Coopernot enslavednot enslaved
Amanda "Mandy" CooperMandy CooperKentucky Lincoln Co.Burton
Cooper
Good
Ford George a.k.a. George FortmanGeorge FortmanKentucky
Livingston Co.
George
Eliza GeorgeKentucky
Livingston Co.
George
Courtney HawkKentucky
Livingston Co.
George
George Morrison
George Taylor BurnsGeorge Taylor BurnsMissouri Clark Co.Burns
George Thompson
George W. ArnoldGeorge W. ArnoldTennessee Bedford Co.Arnold
Professor W. S. Best
Samuel Bell
Harriet CheatamHarriet CheatamTennessee
Sumner Co.
Henley
Henrietta JacksonHenrietta JacksonVirginiaRobinson
Henry Clay Moorman
Jack Simms
James ChildressJames ChildressTennessee
Davidson Co.
Childress
Joe Robinson
John EubanksJohn EubanksKentucky Barren Co.Everett
Eubank
John Henry GibsonJohn Henry GibsonKentuckyBidding
John Rudd
John W. FieldsJohn W. FieldsKentucky
Joseph Mosely
Joseph William CarterJoseph William CarterTennessee
Malvina GardnerMalvina GarnderTennessee
Julia Bowman a.k.a. TwymanJulia BowmanKentucky
Katie Sutton
Lizzie (Locklear) JohnsonLissie Johnsonnot enslavednot enslaved
Arthur LocklearArthur Locklearprob. not enslaved
John ScottJohn Scottprob. not enslaved
Matthew HumeMatthew HumeKentucky
Luke HumeLuke HumeKentucky
Mittie BlakeleyMittie BlakeleyMissouri
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith
Mrs. Hockaday
Mrs. Preston
Nancy Whallen
Nathan JonesNathan JonesTennessee
Gibson Co.
Tennessee
Tipton
Crimm (Gibson Co.)
Jones (Tipton)
Parthena Rollins
Rev. H. H. EdmundsRev. H. H. EdmundsVirginia
Rev. Wamble (Womble)
Richard Miller
Robert HowardRobert HowardKentucky
Beverly HowardBeverly HowardKentucky
Robert McKinley
Rosa Barber
Rosaline Rogers
Samuel Watson
Sarah (Carpenter) ColbertSarah ColbertKentucky
Isaac Carpenter
Bat Carpenter
Matilda Carpenter
Sarah H. Locke
Thomas AshThomas Ash
Mrs. Mary Crane
Thomas LewisThomas LewisKentucky
Spencer County
William M. Quinn

Kansas

Vol. 6, Holbert - Williams

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Belle WilliamsBelle WilliamsCarroll County, Arkansas
William SimmsBill SimmsSt. Clair County, Missouri
Cam HolbertClayton HolbertCarroll County, Arkansas

Kentucky

Vol. 7, Bogie - Woods

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Amelia JonesAmelia JonesClay County, Kentucky
Ann GudgelAnn GudgelAnderson County, Kentucky
Annie B BoydAnnie B. BoydChristian County, Kentucky
Annie MorganAnnie MorganChristian County, Kentucky
Anonymous Female
Belle RobinsonBelle RobinsonGarrard County, Kentucky
Bert MayfieldBert MayfieldGarrard, Kentucky
Charlie RichmondCharlie RichmondFloyd, Kentucky
Compilation
Cora Bell Torian BanksCora TorianChristian County, Kentucky
Dan BogieDan BogieGarrard County, Kentucky
Easter CampbellEaster Sudie CampbellCaldwell County, Kentucky
Edd ShirleyEdd ShirleyMonroe County, Kentucky
Alexander-18963Elizabeth AlexanderDaviess County, Kentucky
Esther Hudespeth
George DorseyGeorge DorseyOwens County, Kentucky
George HendersonGeorge HendersonWoodford County, Kentucky
George ScruggsGeorge ScruggsCalloway County, Kentucky
Harriet MasonHarriet MasonGarrard County, Kentucky
Jenny McKeeJenny McKee
Joana OwensJoana Owens Hancock County, Kentucky
John AndersonJohn AndersonFranklin County, Pennsylvania
Kate BillingsbyKate BillingsbyChristian County, Kentucky
Mandy Gibson
Martha J. Jones
Mary WooldridgeMary WooldridgeChristian County, Kentucky
Mary WrightMary WrightChristian County, Kentucky
Mrs. Heyburn
Nannie EavesNannie EavesMcLean County, Kentucky
Peter BrunerPeter BrunerClark, Kentucky
John R CoxRev. John R. CoxScott County, Virginia
Scott MitchellScott MitchellBreathitt County, Kentucky
Sophia WordSophia WordClay County, Kentucky
Susan Dale SandersSusan Dale SandersSpencer, Kentucky
Uncle DickUncle DickChristian County, Kentucky
Wes WoodsWes WoodsGarrard County, Kentucky
Will OatsWill OatsWayne County, Kentucky

Maryland

Vol. 8, Brooks - Williams

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Alice LewisAlice LewisWilkes County, Georgia
Annie Young HensonAnnie Young HensonNorthumberland County, Virginia
Caroline BerryCaroline (Berry) HammondAnne Arundel County, Maryland
Charles ColesCharles ColesPisgah, Charles County, Maryland
Dennis SimmsDennis SimmsContee, Prince Georges County, Maryland
George JonesGeorge JonesFrederick County, Maryland
James Calhart JamesJames Calhart JamesRandolph's Plantation, Virginia
James V. DeaneJames V. DeaneGoose Bay in Charles County, Maryland
James WigginsJames WigginsAnne Arundel County, Maryland
Jim TaylorJim TaylorTalbot County, Maryland
Lucy BrooksLucy Brooks
Mary Moriah Anne Susanna JamesMary JamesVirginia
GassawayMenellis GassawayCarroll County, Maryland
M.S. FaymanMrs. M. S. FaymanFranklin County, Kentucky
Page HarrisPage HarrisCharles County, Maryland
Perry LewisPerry LewisQueen Anne's County, Maryland
Phillip J JohnsonPhillip JohnsonMontgomery County, Maryland
Rev. Silas JacksonRev. Silas Jackson
Rezin (Parson) WilliamsRezin (Parson) WilliamsPrince Georges County, Maryland
Richard MacksRichard MacksCharles County, Maryland
Thomas FooteThomas FooteFree Person of Color - Baltimore County, Maryland
Tom RandallTom RandallHoward County, Mayland

Mississippi

Vol. 9, Allen - Young

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Anna (Clemens) BakerAnna BakerTuscaloosa, Alabama
Berry SmithBerry SmithSumter County, Alabama
Charlie Davenport
Charlie Moses
Clara C. Youn
Dora (Brewer) FranksDora FranksChoctaw County, Mississippi
Fanny Smith Hodges
Gabe Emanuel
Gus Clark
Hamp Kennedy
Henri NecaiseHenri NecaiseHarrison County, Mississippi
Isaac Stier
James Cornelius
James Lucas
Jane Sutton
Jim AllenJim AllenRussell County, Alabama
John Cameron
Mollie Williams
Nettie Henry
Pet FranksPet FranksMonroe County, Mississippi
Prince Johnson
Rev. James SingletonRev. James Singleton Simpson County, Mississippi
Sam McAllum
Susan Snow
Tom Wilson
Wayne Holliday

Missouri

Vol. 10, Abbot - Younger

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Alex Bufford
Alice Sewell
Ann Stokes
Ann Ulrich Evans
Annie Bridges
Betty Abernathy
Betty Brown
Charles Gabriel Anderson
Charlie Richardson
Clara McNeely Harrell
Clay Smith
Dave Harper
Delia Hill
Delicia Patterson
Ed Craddock
Edward Taylor
Eliza Madison
Eliza Overton
Ellaine Wright
Emily Camster Green
Emma Knight
Emmaline Cope
Fil Hancock
Frank Sides
George Bollinger
Gus Smith
Hannah Allen
Hannah Jones
Harriet Casey
Harriet Lee
Hattie Matthews
Head
Henry Dant
Henry Johnson
Isabelle
James Goings
James Monroe Abbot
James Wilson
Jane Baker
Jane Simpson
Joe Casey
Joe Higgerson
John Estell
John McGuire
Letha Taylor Meeks
Lewis Mundy
Louis Hamilton
Louis Hill
Louis Thomas
Lucy Davis
Lula Chambers
Madison Frederick Ross
Malinda Murphy
Margaret Nickens
Marilda Pethy
Mary A. Bell
Mary Divine
Mattie Lee
Minskie (Minksy) Walker
Mintie Wood
Mollie Renfro Sides
Mrs. Charles Douthit
Mrs. Jame (Jane?) Thompson
Mrs. Lou Griffin
Perry McGee
Perry Sheppard
Peter Corn
Rachal Goings
Rhody Holsell
Rhody Hosell
Richard and Drucilla Martin
Richard Bruner
Robert Bryant
Sarah Frances Shaw Graves
Sarah Graves
Sarah Waggoner
Sim Younger
Smoky Eulenberg
Steve Brown
Susan Rhodes
Tishey Taylor
W. C. Parson Allen
Wes Lee
William Black
Wylie Miller

North Carolina

Vol. 11, Part 1, Adams - Hunter

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Addy GillAddy Gill
Adeline CrumpAdeline CrumpChatham County, North Carolina
Alex Huggins
Alice Baugh
Alonzo HaywoodAlonzo HaywoodWake County, North Carolina
Analiza Foster
Andrew Boone
Barbara Haywood
Betty Cofer
Bill Crump
Blount Baker
C.H. Hunter
Chaney Hews
Charity Austin
Charles Lee Dalton
Charles W. Dickens
Charlie Barbour
Charlie Crump
Clay BobbitClay Bobbit
Cornelia Andrews
Cy Hart
David Blount
Doc Edwards
Dorcas Griffeth
Elbert Hunter
Emma Blalock
Essex Henry
Eustace Hodges
Fannie Dunn
Fanny Cannady
Frank Freeman
George Eatman
George W. Harris
Georgianna Foster
Hannah Crasson
Harriet Ann Daves
Hecter Hamilton
Henry BobbitHenry BobbitWake County, North Carolina
Herndon Bogan
Ida Adkins
Isabell Henderson
Jane Arrington
Jennylin Dunn
Jerry Davis
Jerry Hinton
Joe High
John Beckwith
John C. Bectom
John Coggin
John Daniels
John Evans
Joseph Anderson
Julia Crenshaw
Kitty Hill
Laura Bell
Lindsey Faucette
Lizzie Baker
Louisa Adams
Lucy Ann Dunn
Lucy Brown
Mandy Coverson
Margaret E. Dickens
Martha Adeline Hinton
Martha Allen
Mary Anderson
Mary Anngady
Mary Barbour
Mary Wallace Bowe
Mattie Curtis
Midge Burnett
Milly Henry
Ora M. Flagg
Rev. Squire Dowd
Robert Glenn
Robert Hinton
Sarah Anne Green
Sarah Debro
Sarah GudgerSarah GudgerNorth Carolina
Sarah Harris
Sarah Louise Augustus
Susan High
Tempie Herndon DurhamTempie Herndon DurhamChatham County, North Carolina
Thomas Hall
Viney Baker
Martin Luther BostW. L. BostNorth Carolina
W.S. Debnam
William George Hinton
Willie Cozart
Zeb Crowder

Vol. 11, Part 2, Jackson - Yellerday

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Abner Jordan
Adora Rienshaw
Alex Woods
Amy Penny
Anderson Scales
Ann Parker
Anna Mitchel
Anna Wright
Annie Stephenson
Annie Tate
Anthony Ransome
Ben Johnson
Bob Jones
Caroline Richardson
Catharine Williams
Catherine Scales
Celia Robinson
Chana Littlejohn
Chaney Spell
Charity McAllister
Charity Riddick
Clara Cotton McCoy
Clara Jones
Dave Lawson
Dilly Yelladay
Elias Thomas
Ellen Trell
Emeline Moore
Emma Stone
Fannie Moore
Frank Magwood
George Rogers
Hannah Plummer
Hattie Rogers
Henrietta McCullers
Henry James Trentham
Henry Rountree
Hilliard Yellerday
Isaac Johnson
Jacob Manson
Jacob Thomas
James Turner McLean
Jane Privette UppermanJane Anne Privette UppermanNorth Carolina
Jane Lassiter
Jane Lee
John H. Jackson
John Smith
John Thomas Williams
Josephine Smith
Julius Nelson
Laura Sorrell
Lila Nichols
Lily Perry
Lizzie Williams
Maggie Mials
Margaret Thornton
Martha Organ
Melissa Williamson
Millie Markham
Nellie Smith
Ophelia Whitley
Parker Pool
Patsy Mitchner
Penny Williams
Plaz Williams
Porter Scales
R.S. Taylor
Rena Raines
Rev. Handy Williams
Ria Sorrell
Richard C. Moring
Roberta Manson
Sam T. Stewart
Sarah Ann Smith
Simuel Riddick
Tanner Spikes
Tempe Pitts
Tillie
Caretaker
Tina Johnson
Tiney Shaw
Tom Wilcox
Valley Perry
William Scott
William Smith
William Sykes
Willie McCullough

Ohio

Vol. 12, Anderson - Williams

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Angeline (Unknown) LesterAngeline LesterLumpkin, Georgia
Anna (Toll) SmithAnna SmithHenderson, Kentucky
Ben BrownBen BrownAlbemarle County, Virginia
Catherine (? Rose) SlimCatherine SlimRockingham, Virginia
Celia HendersonCelia HendersonHardin County, Kentucky
Charles H. AndersonCharles H. AndersonRichmond, Virginia
David A. HallDavid A. HallGoldsboro, North Carolina
Fleming ClarkFleming ClarkVirginia
George Jackson (1858-)George JacksonLoudon County, Virginia
Hannah (Meriwether) DavidsonHannah DavidsonBallard County, Kentucky
James Campbell (1852-)James CampbellMonroe County, West Virginia
Jennie Small (abt.1857-)Jennie SmallPocahontas County, Virginia
John Williams Matheus (abt.1860-)John Williams Matheus(West) Virginia
Julia (Ward) King (abt.1855-)Julia KingLouisville, Kentucky
Julia (Garnet) Williams (abt.1842-1937)Julia WilliamsChesterfield County, Virginia
Kisey (Armsted) McKimm (1853-)Kisey McKimmBourbon County, Kentucky
Mary Belle (Booker) Dempsey (1851-1942)Mary Belle DempseyKentucky
Melissa (Lowe) BardenMelissa (Lowe) BardenSummerville, Georgia
Nancy (James) Stewart (1850-)Nan StewartKanawha County, (West) Virginia
Nancy (Mosley) East (1870-1938)Nancy EastMonroe County, Alabama
Perry Sid Jemison (abt.1863-)Perry Sid Jemison (Jamison?)Perry County, Alabama
Phoebe (Mooney) Bost (abt.1850-)Phoebe BostLouisiana, Maryland
Unknown Williams (1859-)Rev. Williams (West) Virginia
Richard Toler (1838-aft.1940)Richard TolerCampbell County, Virginia
Samuel Sutton (1854-)Samuel SuttonKnox County, Kentucky
Sarah (Green) Mann (1861-)Sarah MannVirginia
Sarah F (Woods) Burke (abt.1843-1940)Sarah Woods BurkeGrayson County, Virginia
Susan (Daley) Bledsoe (1845-)Susan BledsoeGiles County, Tennessee
Thomas McMillan (abt.1873-)Thomas McMillanMonroe County, Alabama
Wade Glenn (abt.1850-1939)Wade GlennWinston-Salem, North Carolina
William Nelson (1848-)William NelsonMissouri
William Williams (1857-)William WilliamsCaswell County, North Carolina

Oklahoma

Vol. 13, Adams - Young

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Alice Alexander
Alice Douglass
Allen V. Manning
Amanda Oliver
Andrew Simms
Annie Hawkins
Annie Young
Anthony Dawson
Beauregard Tenneyson
Ben Lawson
Bert Luster
Betty Foreman Chessier
Betty Robertson
Bob Maynard
Chaney Richardson
Charley Williams
Daniel William Lucas
Della Fountain
Doc Daniel Dowdy
Easter Wells
Eliza Evans
Esther Easter
Francis Bridges
George Conrad, Jr.
George G. King
George Kye
Hal Hutson
Hannah McFarland
Harriet Robinson
Henry F. Pyles
Ida Henry
Isaac Adams
Isabella Jackson
James Southall
Jane Montgomery
Joanna Draper
John Brown
John White
Josie Jordan
Katie Rowe
Kiziah Love
Lewis Bonner
Liza Smith
Lizzie Farmer
Lou Smith
Lucinda Davis
Marshall Mack
Martha Cunningham
Martha King
Mary Frances Webb
Mary Grayson
Mary Lindsay
Matilda Poe
Mattie Hariman
Mattie Logan
Morris Hillyer
Morris Sheppard
Nancy Gardner
Nancy Rogers Bean
Nellie Johnson
Octavia George
Phoebe Banks
Phyllis Petite
Polly Colbert
Prince Bee
Red Richardson
Robert R. Grinstead
Sallie Carder
Salomon Oliver
Sarah Wilson
Stephen McCray
Tom W. Woods
William Curtis
William Hutson
William Walters

South Carolina

Vol. 14, Part 1, Abrams - Durant

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Albert Carolina
Alice Duke
Anderson Bates
Andy Brice
Anne Bell
Anne Broome
Bouregard Corry
C.B. Burton
Caleb Craig
Caroline Bevis
Charley Barber
Charlie Davis
Dinah Cunningham
Ed Barber
Elias Dawkins
Ezra Adams
Frances Andrews
Frank Adamson
George Ann Butler
George Briggs
Gordon Bluford
Granny Cain
Hagar Brown
Heddie Davis
Henry Brown
Henry Coleman and His Wife, Evvie
Henry Davis
Isabella Dorroh
Isaiah Solbert(?) Butler
Jane Bradley
Jesse Davis
John Boyd
John C. and Adeline Brown
John Collins
John Davenport
Josephine Bacchus
Josephine Bristow
Laura Caldwell
Laurence Downing
Lizzie Davis
Louisa Collier
Louisa Davis
Lucy Daniels
Maggie Black
Margaret Bryant
Maria Cleland
Mary Adams
Mary Frances Brown
Millie Barber
Millie Bates
Moses Davenport
Mrs. M. E. Abrams
Nelson Cameron
Pete Arthur
Peter Clifton
Rev. Tuff Coleman
Samuel Boulware
Sara Brown
Savilla Burrell
Silva Durant
Silvia Chisolm
Solbert Butler
Solomon Caldwell
Sylvia Cannon
Sylvia Durant
Thomas Campbell
Thomas Dixon
Tom Chisolm
Victoria Adams
Wallace Davis
Washington Dozier
Welcome Bees
Will Dill
William Ballard
William Henry Davis

Vol. 14, Part 2, Eddington - Hunter

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Aaron Ford
Abe Harris
Adele Frost
Adeline Grey
Amos Gadsden
Ann Ferguson
Anson Harp
Ben HorryBen Horry
Brawley Gilmore
Caroline Farrow
Charlie Giles
Charlie Grant
Charlie Jeff Harvey
Charlotte Foster
Cornelius Holmes
Daniel Goddard
Dolly Haynes
Eli Harrison
Elijah Green
Eliza Hasty
Ellen Godfrey
Emanuel Elmore
Emma Fraser
Emoline Glasgow
Eugenia Fair
Fannie Griffin
Gracie Gibson
Gus Feaster
Harriet Eddington
Hector Godbold
Henry Gladney
Hester Hunter
Jane Hollins
Janie Gallman
Jerry Hill
Jim Henry
John Franklin
John Glover
John Graves
John Hamilton
Laurence Gary
Lavinia Heyward
Lewis Evans
Liney Henderson
Louisa Gause
Lucretia Heyward
Lucy Gallman
Madison Griffin
Margaret Hughes
Mariah Heywood
Mary Edwards
Peggy Grigsby
Pen Eubanks
Phillip Evans
Pick Gladdeny
Rebecca Jane Grant
Rev. John B. Elliott
Rev. Thomas Harper
Ryer Emmanuel
Silas Glenn
Sim Greeley
Simon Gallman
Susan Hamilton
Susan Hamlin
Thomas Goodwater
Violet Guntharpe
W. M. Green
Willis Gillison
Zack Herndon

Vol. 14, Part 3, Jackson - Quattlebaum

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Abbey Mishow
Adeline Jackson
Adeline Johnson (Alias Adeline Hall)
Agnes James
Albert Means
Albert Oxner
Amie Lumpkin
Amy (Chavis) Perry
Andrew Means
Andy Marion
Ann Palmer
Anna Johnson
Ballam Lyles
Ben Leitner
Bill McNeil
Charity Moore
Charlie Meadow
Cordelia Anderson Jackson
Cureton Milling
Easter Lockhart
Ed McCrorey
Alias Ed Mack
Eison Lyles
Ella Kelly
Emma Jeter
Emma Lowran
Ephriam Lawrence
Fred James
Gabe Lance
Gable Locklier
George McAlilley
George Patterson
Gilliam Lowden
Govan Littlejohn
Henry D. Jenkins
Henry Pristell
Isiah Jefferies
Jack Johnson
Jake McLeod
James Johnson
Jane Johnson
Jason Miller
Jimmie Johnson
John Petty
Junius Quattlebaum
Lina Anne Pendergrass
Lucinda Miller
Maria Jenkins
Martha Kelly
Mary Ann Lipscomb
Mary Jane Kelley
Mary Johnson
Miemy Johnson
Milton Marshall
Moses Lyles
Nellie Loyd
Paul Jenkins
Rev. James H. Johnson
Richard Jones
Richard Mack
Sallie Layton Keenan
Sallie Paul
Sam Mitchell
Sam Polite
Sarah Poindexter
Sena Moore
Silas Nelson
Susan Nelson
Thomas Jefferson
Tom Johnson
Uncle Rob Perry & Aunt Della Britton
Victoria Perry
Walter Long
Wesley Jones
William Oliver
William Pratt

Vol. 14, Part 4, Raines - Young

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Al Rosboro
Aleck Woodward
Alexander Robertson
Alexander Scaife
Alfred Sligh
Anne Rice
Benjamin Russell
Bettie Suber
Bill Williams
Bill Young
Bob Young
Charley Watson
Charlie Robinson
Dan Smith
Daniel Waring
Daphney Wright
Dave White
Delia Thompson
Eliza Scantling
Ellen Renwick
Ellen Swindler
Emoline Satterwhite
Emoline Wilson
Frank Range
Genia Woodberry
George Woods
Hector Smith
Henry Ryan
Isom Roberts
Jane Smith
Jane Wilson
Jesse Rice
Jesse Williams
Jessie Sparrow
Joe Rutherford
Josephine Stewart
Julia Woodberry
Lila Rutherford
Mack Taylor
Mamie Riley
Manda Walker
Martha Richardson
Mary Raines
Mary Scott
Mary Smith
Mary Veals
Mary Williams
Mary Woodward
Morgan Scurry
Nancy Washington
Ned Walker
Nina Scott
Pauline Worth
Phillip Rice
Prince Smith
Ransom Simmons
Reuben Rosborough
Robert Toatley
Rosa Starke
Sabe Rutledge
Sam Rawls
Silas Smith
Susie Riser
Tena White
Tom Rosboro
William Rose
Willis Williams

Tennessee

Vol. 15, Batson - Young

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Andrew MossAndrew MossWilkes County, Georgia
Andy OdellAndy OdellWilliamson County, Tennessee
Ann MatthewsAnn MatthewsRutherford County, Tennessee
Cecelia ChappellCecelia ChappelMarshall County, Tennessee
DanThomasDan ThomasShelby County, Tennessee
Ellis KincannonEllis Ken KannonWarren County, Tennessee
Emma GrishamEmma GrishamDavidson County, Tennessee
Frances BatsonFrances BatsonDavidson County, Tennessee
Frankie GouldFrankie GooleSmith County, Tennessee
Jennie GreerJenny GreerLauderdale County, Alabama
Lee StarJoseph Leonidas Star Not Enslaved - Greene County, Tennessee
Julia CayceJulia CaseyWilliamson County, Tennessee
Laura Ramsey ParkerLaura Ramsey ParkerWarren County, Tennessee
Measy HudsonMeasy HudsonNorth Carolina and Davidson Country, Tennessee
Millie SimpkinsMillie SimpkinsWilliamson & Davidson Counties, Tennessee
Ollie MossMollie MossCampbell County, Tennessee
Daisy ReeceNaisy ReeceWilliamson County, Tennessee
Narcissa YoungNarcissus YoungWilliamson County, Tennessee
Patsy HydePatsy HydeDavidson County, Tennessee
Precilla GrayPrecilla GrayWilliamson County, Tennessee
Rachel GainesRachel GainesTodd County, Kentucky
John MooreRev. John MooreGeorgia
Scott MartinScott MartinSumner County, Tennessee
Sylvia WatkinsSylvia WatkinsBedford County, Tennessee
Wiley ChildressWiley ChildressDavidson County, Tennessee

Texas

Vol. 16, Part 1, Adams - Duhon

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Adeline (Unknown) Cunningham (1852-)Adeline CunninghamLavaca County, Texas
Agatha (Richard) Babino (1853-)Agatha BabinoLouisianaYes, if merge approved RIchard-7341 into Richard-6847
Amos Clark (1841-)Amos ClarkTexas
Andrew Columbus (1859-)Andrew (Smoky) ColumbusDavis (now Cass) County, Texas
Andy Anderson (1843-)Andy AndersonWilliamson County, Texas
Anne Clark (1825-)Anne ClarkMississippi
Armstead Barrett (1847-)Armstead BarrettTexas
Betty BormerBetty Bormer (Bonner)Tarrant County, TexasYes
Campbell Davis (abt.1852-)Campbell DavisHarrison County, Texas
Carey Davenport (1855-)Carey DavenportWalker County (now San Jacinto), Texas
Cato CarterCato CarterWilcox County, Alabama
Charlotte BeverlyCharlotte BeverlyMontgomery County, TexasYes
Clara BrimClara BrimAcadia Parish, Louisiana
Donaville Broussard (1850-)Donaville BroussardLouisiana
Edgar BendyEdgar BendyTyler County, Texas
Eli Coleman (1846-)Eli ColemanKentucky
Eli Davison (1844-)Eli DavisonVirginia & Texas
Elige Davison (abt.1840-)Elige DavisonVirginia
Ellen (Green) Betts (1846-)Ellen BettsSt Mary Parish, Louisiana
Ellen ButlerEllen ButlerCalcasieu Parish, Louisiana
Elvira (Unknown) Boles (1843-1941)Elvira BolesMississippi
Fannie (Unknown) Brown (abt.1837-1938)Fannie BrownVirginia & Texas
Francis BlackFrancis BlackMississippi; Marion County, Texas
Frank Bell (abt.1850-)Frank BellLouisiana
George Washington Anderson (1855-)George Washington Anderson (Wash)South Carolina & Texas
Green Cumby (abt.1852-1938)Green CumbyRusk County, Texas
Gus Bradshaw (1845-)Gus BradshawAlabama & Texas
Harriet (Glass) Barrett (1851-)Harriet BarrettWalker County, Texas
Harriet Collins (1870-)Harriet CollinsTexas
Harrison Beckett (abt.1855-1941)Harrison BeckettTexas
Harrison Boyd (abt.1850-)Harrison BoydTexas
Henry Harrison Butler (1848-)Henry H. ButtlerVirginia & Arkansas
Issabella (Unknown) Boyd (abt.1860-)Issabella BoydVirginia & Texas
Jack Best (1854-bef.1938)Jack BessTexas
Jack Cauthern (abt.1855-)Jack CauthernTexas
Jacob Branch (1854-)Jacob BranchLouisiana & Texas
Scott (Bird) Boyd (abt.1830-)James BoydTexas
James BrownJames BrownBell County, Texas; McLennan County, Texas
James Cape (1825-1942)James CapeTexas
Jeff Calhoun (abt.1838-)Jeff CalhounAlabama & Texas
Jeptha Choice (1835-)Jeptha ChoiceTexas
Jerry Boykins (abt.1845-1939)Jerry BoykinsTroup County, Georgia
Joe Barnes (abt.1848-)Joe BarnesTyler County, Texas
John Barker (abt.1853-)John BarkerOhio, Missouri, & Texas
John Bates (1853-1939)John BatesArkansas & Texas
John Crawford (abt.1856-)John CrawfordTravis County, Texas
John Day (1856-)John DayTennessee
Josie (Unknown) Brown (1859-)Josie BrownTexas
Julia (Miller) Blanks (1862-1950)Julia BlanksTexas
Julia Francis (Denman) Daniels (1848-1945)Julia Francis DanielsGeorgia & Texas
Katie (Unknown) Darling (1849-)Katie DarlingTexas
Laura (Dunlap) Cornish (abt.1852-1939)Laura CornishTexas
Louis Cain (1849-)Louis CainNorth Carolina & Texas
Madison Bruin (abt.1854-1943)Madison BruinFayette County, Kentucky
Martha Spence BuntonMartha Spence BuntonRutherford County, Tennessee; Travis County, Texas
Mary ArmstrongMary Armstrong St. Louis County, Missouri
Minerva BendyMinerva BendyHenry County, Alabama
Monroe BrackinsMonroe BrackinsMonroe County, Mississippi; Hill County, Texas; Medina County, Texas
Sarah (Sanders) Barclay (1853-)Mrs. John Barclay (Nee Sarah Sanders)Mississippi
Nelsen Denson (1847-1938)Nelsen DensonAshley County, Arkansas & Falls County, Texas
Olivier Blanchard (1842-1947)Olivier BlanchardLouisiana
Preely Coleman (1852-)Preely ColemanSouth Carolina & Texas
Richard Carruthers (1834-)Richard CarruthersTennessee & Bastrop County, Texas
Sally (Banks) Chambers (1854-)Sally Banks ChambersLouisiana & Texas
Sarah (Adams) Allen (1851-)Sarah AllenVirginia & Texas
Sarah AshleySarah AshleyMississippi; Georgia; Polk County, Texas
Sarah (Callahan) Benjamin (1855-)Sarah BenjaminLouisiana
Simpson Campbell (1860-1939)Simp CampbellHarrison County, Texas
Sterling Arnwine (1853-1950)Stearlin ArnwineTexas
Steve Connally (abt.1846-1940)Steve ConnallyMurray County, Georgia & Texas
Sylvester Brooks (1850-)Sylvester BrooksGreene County, Alabama
Tempie CumminsTempie CumminsSabine County, Texas
Thomas Cole (1845-)Thomas ColeJackson County, Alabama
Valmar Cormier (abt.1855-)Valmar CormierLouisianaYes
Victor Duhon (abt.1840-1940)Victor DuhonLafayette Parish, LouisianaYes
Virginia (Blair) Bell (abt.1857-1944)Virginia BellSt. Landry Parish, Louisiana & Polk County, Texas
Wes BradyWes BradyHarrison County, Texas
Will AdamsWill AdamsHarrison County, Texas
Will Daily (1858-1940)Will DailyMissouri
William Adams (abt.1845-)William Adamsno information
William BranchWilliam BranchLunenburg County, Virginia
William Byrd (1840-)William ByrdTexas
William Davis (1845-)William DavisRoane County, Tennessee
William M. AdamsWilliam M. AdamsSan Jacinto County, Texas
Willis Anderson (1844-1940)Willis AndersonTexas
Zek BrownZek BrownWarren County, Tennessee

Vol. 16, Part 2, Easter - King

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Albert HillAlbert HillWalton County, Georgia
Alice (Watkins) Houston (1859-1950)Alice HoustonHays County, Texas
Anderson B Edwards (1844-)Anderson and Minerva EdwardsRusk County, Texas
Minerva (Cox) Edwards (1850-)Anderson and Minerva EdwardsRusk County, Texas
Andrew GoodmanAndrew GoodmanJefferson, Alabama; Smith County, Texas
Ann (Norsworthy) Hawthorne (abt.1855-)Ann HawthorneJasper County, Texas
Ann (Cook) Edwards (1856-)Ann J. EdwardsArlington County, Virginia
Austin Grant (abt.1849-1947)Austin GrantMississippi & Texas
Ben Kinchlow (1846-)Ben KinchlowWharton County, Texas
Betty (Gray) Farrow (1847-1941)Betty FarrowPatrick County, Virginia and Texas
Bill Homer (1850-)Bill HomerLouisiana and Texas
Carter J Johnson (1850-1940)Carter J. Johnson [typescript headed, and in index as JACKSON] Alabama and Texas
Charley Hurt (1854-1942)Charley HurtGeorgia
Christopher Columbus Franklin (1855-1958)Chris FranklinLouisiana
Eliza (Applewhite) Holman (abt.1855-aft.1937)Eliza HolmanMississippi and Texas
Felix HaywoodFelix HaywoodBexar County, Texas
Gabriel Gilbert (abt.1870-)Gabriel GilbertIberia Parish, Louisiana
Gus Johnson (abt.1850-)Gus JohnsonAlabama and Texas
Harriet (Guest) Jones (1844-)Harriet JonesRed River County, Texas
Harry Johnson (1851-1941)Harry JohnsonMissouri, Arkansas, Texas
James D Johnson (1860-1937)James D. JohnsonMississippi
James Green (abt.1842-)James GreenVirginia and Texas
James Hayes (1835-)James HayesTexas
James Jackson (1850-1940)James JacksonLouisiana and Texas
John Ellis (1852-)John EllisJohnson County, Texas
John Finnely (abt.1849-)John FinnelyJackson County, Alabama
John James (1861-)John JamesEast Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana
Josephine (Tatum) Howard (1845-1943)Josephine HowardAlabama
Larnce Holt (1858-)Larnce HoltTyler County, Texas
Lewis Jones (1851-)Lewis JonesFayette County, Texas
Liza (Price) Jones (1856-)Liza JonesLiberty County, Texas
Lizzie (Fall) Hughes (1848-)Lizzie HughesNacogdoches County, Texas
Lizzie Jones (1861-)Lizzie JonesHarrison County, Texas
Lorenza Ezell (1850-)Lorenza EzellSpartanburg County, South Carolina
Louis Fowler (abt.1853-1939)Louis FowlerMacon County, Georgia
Lucinda (Gibson) Elder (1850-1943)Lucinda ElderCampbell County, Virginia
Maggie (Hall) Jackson (abt.1860-)Maggie JacksonCass County, Texas
Mandy (Budle) Hadnot (1868-1937)Mandy HadnotTexas
Martin JacksonMartin JacksonVictoria County, Texas
Mary Ellen (Ellison) Johnson (1860-)Mary Ellen JohnsonTexas
Mary Johnson (abt.1860-abt.1946)Mary JohnsonMississippi
Mary Anne (Kincheon) Edwards (1810-aft.1937)Mary Kincheon EdwardsLouisiana and Texas
Mary (Hadnot) Kindred (abt.1852-1943)Mary KindredJasper County, Texas
Mattie (Barrow) Gilmore (abt.1845-1940)Mattie GilmoreAlabama and Texas
Millie Forward (1852-)Millie ForwardAlabama and Texas
Molly (Unknown) Harrell (1860-)Molly HarrellAnderson County, Texas
Mose Hursey (1865-)Mose HurseyRed River County, Texas
Nancy (Atkinson) Johns (1864-1944)Mrs. Thomas JohnsBurleson County, Texas
Nancy (Unknown) Jackson (abt.1831-1939)Nancy JacksonPanola County, Texas
Nancy King (abt.1844-aft.1937)Nancy KingUpshur County, Texas
Owen GreenO.W. GreenBradley County, Arkansas
Orelia Alexie Franks (1855-1939)Orelia Alexie FranksLafayette Parish, Louisiana
Pauline (Hayes) Grice (1856-1937)Pauline GriceAtlanta, Georgia
Pauline (Rene) Johnson (1854-)Pauline Johnson and Felice BoudreauxSt. Landry, Louisiana
Felicie (Rene) Boudreaux (1860-1941)Pauline Johnson and Felice BoudreauxSt. Landry, Louisiana
Phoebe (Hubbard) Henderson (1830-)Phoebe HendersonGeorgia and Texas
Pierce Harper (1851-1943)Pierce HarperNorth Carolina
Pinkie (Jackson) Kelly (1854-)Pinkie KellyBrazoria County, Texas
Priscilla (Puckett) Gibson (1856-)Priscilla GibsonSmith County, Mississippi
Richard Jackson (1859-1943)Richard JacksonTexas
Rosa (Adkins) Green (1852-1941)Rosa GreenLouisiana
Rosanna Frazier (1850-)Rosanna FrazierLouisiana and Texas
Rosina (Slaughter) Hoard (abt.1859-1953)Rosina HoardTravis County, Texas
Sam Kilgore (1845-1948)Sam KilgoreWilliamson County, Tennessee and Texas
Sarah (Mitchell) Ford (1854-1945)Sarah FordBrazoria County, Texas
Scott (Thompson) Hooper (1856-1943)Scott HooperShelby County, Texas
Silvia King (abt.1837-)Silvia KingFayette County, Texas
Spence Johnson (1859-1944)Spence JohnsonTexas
Thomas Johns (1847-)Thomas JohnsCleburne County, Alabama
Toby Jones (1850-)Toby JonesSouth Carolina
Tom Holland (1840-1942)Tom HollandWalker County, Texas
Wash Ingram (1847-)Wash IngramTexas
William GreenWilliam GreenMississippi; Texas
William Hamilton (abt.1862-abt.1944)William HamiltonTexas
Willis Easter (1852-1947)Willis EasterNacogdoches County, Texas

Vol. 16, Part 3, Lewis - Ryles

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Albert C Pruitt (1861-bef.1958)A.C. PruittLouisiana
A.M. MooreA.M. MooreHarrison County, Texas
Aaron Russel (1855-1938)Aaron RusselOuachita Parish, Louisiana
Abe Livingston (1854-1953)Abe LivingstonJasper County, Texas
Adeline Marshall (abt.1860-1940)Adeline MarshallTexas
Allen Price (1862-)Allen PriceFannin County, Texas
Amos Lincoln (abt.1860-1940)Amos LincolnLouisiana
Andrew Moody (1855-1941)Andrew MoodyOrange County, Texas
Andy J Nelson (1861-)Andy NelsonDenton County, Texas
Anna llernot in index
Annie (Gooden) Littles (1856-)Annie LittleMissouri and Mississippi
Annie (Bias) Osborne (1858-)Annie OsborneGeorgia and Louisiana
Annie Row (1855-)Annie RowNacogdoches County, Texas
Betty PowersBetty PowersHarrison County, Texas
Bill McRay (1851-)Bill McRayJasper County, Texas
Calvin Bell McRay (1861-1938)C.B. McRayJasper County, Texas
Charley Mitchell (1852-)Charley MitchellLynchburg, Virginia
San Jacinto Lewis (1825-1941)Cinto LewisFort Bend County, Texas
Daniel Phillips (1854-1947)Daniel Phillips, Sr.Texas
Eda (Unknown) Rains (1843-1939)Eda RainsArkansas and Texas
Ellen (Evans) Payne (1850-1947)Ellen PayneHarrison County, Texas
Ellen (Bates) Polk (1854-)Ellen PolkGonzales County, Texas
Elsie (Muldrew) Reece (1847-1942)Elsie ReeceGrimes County, Texas
Florence (Engram) Ruffins (1879-1938)Florence RuffinsDeKalb County, Texas
George Owens (1852-)George OwensHarrison County, Texas
Gill Ruffin (abt.1853-1941)Gill RuffinHarrison County, Texas
Hagar (McFarland) Lewis (1855-)Hagar LewisGeorgia
James Harvey Quarls (1841-1940)Harre QuarlsTexas
Henderson Perkins (1852-)Henderson PerkinsTennessee and Leon County, Texas
Henry Lewis (1835-1943)Henry LewisJefferson County, Texas
Henry Probasco (1858-)Henry ProbascoWalker County, Texas
Hiram Mayes (1862-1944)Hiram MayesChambers County, Texas
Horace Overstreet (1856-1937)Horace OverstreetHarrison County, Texas
Isaac Martin (abt.1853-)Isaac MartinMontgomery County, Texas
James Martin (1847-1946)James MartinVirginia
Jenny Proctor (1850-)Jenny ProctorAlabama
Jerry M Moore (1848-aft.1937)Jerry MooreHarrison County, Texas
John Love (1861-)John LoveCrockett County, Texas
John McCoy (1838-1935)John McCoyTexas
John Moore (1853-)John MooreLafayette, LouisianaYes
John Ogee (1841-)John OgeeSt. Mary Parish, Louisiana
John Price (1860-)John PriceSt. Mary Parish, Louisiana
Josephine Ryles (1855-)Josephine RylesGalveston County, Texas
Josh Miles (1859-)Josh MilesVirginia and Texas
Julia (Ellison) Malone (abt.1855-1949)Julia MaloneCaldwell County, Texas
La San Mire
Laura Redmoun
Lee Pierce
Louis Love
Louise Mathews
Lucy (Wormley) Lewis (abt.1848-1938)Lucy LewisFort Bend County, Texas
Mandy Morrow
Margrett Nillin
Mariah Robinson
Martha Patton
Martin Ruffin
Mary Anne Patterson
Mary Overton
Mary Reynolds
Millie Randall
Mintie Maria Miller
Nap McQueen
Patsy Moses
Peter Mitchell
Peter Ryas
Reverend Lafayette Price
Susan Merritt
Susan Ross
Tillie R. Powers
Tom Mills, Van Moore
Virginia Newman
Walter Rimm
William Mathews
William Moore

Vol. 16, Part 4, Sanco - Young

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Abram Sells
Adeline White
Albert Todd
Aleck Trimble
Allen Thomas
Ben Simpson
Bert Strong
Betty Simmons
Bill and Ellen Thomas
Callie Shepherd
Caroline Wright
Clarissa Scales
Daphne Williams
Dianah Watson
Ella Washington
Emma Taylor
Emma Watson
Fannie Yarbrough
George Selman
George Simmons
Giles Smith
Guy Stewart
Hannah Scott
Horatio W. Williams
Irella Battle Walker
J.W. Terrill
Jake Terriell
James G. Woorling
James W. Smith
James West
John Sneed
John Walton
Jordon Smith
Leithean Spinks
Litt Young
Lou Turner
Lou Williams
Louis Young
Lucy Thomas
Lulu Wilson
Mariah Snyder
Mary Thompson
Mazique Sanco
Millie Ann Smith
Millie Williams
Mollie Taylor
Patsy Southwell
Penny Thompson
Philles Thomas
Reeves Tucker
Rosa Washington
Rose Williams
Rube Witt
Ruben Woods
Sallie Wroe
Sam Jones Washington
Sol Walton
Steve Williams
Susan Smith, Sylvester
Sostan Wickliffe
Teshan Young
Wash Wilson
Wayman Williams
William M. Thomas
William Stone
William Watkins
Willie Williams
Willis Winn
Willis Woodson
Yach Stringfellow

Virginia

Vol. 17, Berry - Wilson

WikiTree ID Name Enslaved State Connected?
Albert JonesAlbert JonesSouthampton County, Virginia
Candis GoodwinCandis GoodwinSeaview, Northhampton county, Virginia
Charles CrawleyCharles CrawleyLunenburg county, Virginia
Charles GrandyCharles GrandyHickory Ground, Virginia
Della HarrisDella HarrisWarrenton, North Carolina
Elizabeth SparksElizabeth SparksYork County, Virginia
Fannie BerryFannie BerryPetersburgh, Virginia
Georgina GibbsGeorgina Giwbs (Gibbs?)
Marriah HinesMarriah HinesSouthhampton county, Virginia
Mary Jane Wilson-SmithMary Jane WilsonNorfolk County, Virginia
Minnie FulkesMinnie FulkesVirginia
Mobile HopsonMoble HopsonNot Enslaved/York County, Virginia
Richard SlaughterRichard SlaughterCharles City County, Virginia
Susan KellySusan KellyWoodwell, Virginia
Simon StokesSimon StokesMathews County, Virginia

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  • "Library of Congress: Portraits of African American ex-slaves from the U.S. Works Progress Administration, Federal Writers' Project slave narratives collections 1937-ca. 1938, bulk 1937. | 225 photographic prints | United States. Works Progress Administration. LOT 13262 (F) [P&P] (https://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2001696353/) Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on reproduction. Photographs were taken by U.S. Government employees, and are therefore not eligible for copyright."




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I created a Free Space page called The Night the Stars Fell. If you find a profile for someone who mentions this event, could you please add their ID to the Free Space page? I think it adds interest that so many saw it, and had so many different reactions. It was in 1833, the night of Noveber 12-13. Thanks! -NGP
I've found Catherine Stewart's 2016 book 'Long Past Slavery: Representing Race in the Federal Writers' Project' very helpful in understanding these narratives, and I think it would be really helpful to add a column for the interviewer with linked profiles for them. From a review of her book: “According to Stewart, debate over the place of African Americans within the body politic intensified during the 1930s as the mass migration of black southerners to northern cities made the so-called ‘Negro Problem’ a national, rather than regional, concern. Drawing upon admirable archival research, Stewart marshals an array of correspondence, manuscripts and memoranda to delineate the ways in which the FWP’s textual representations of black history and culture were shaped by the racial politics of its staff. Whereas the FWP’s federal directors envisaged the project as a celebration of cultural pluralism, helping to underpin a reformulated national identity, white southerners saw it as an opportunity to reinforce conservative notions of African-American racial inferiority, linked to ‘Lost Cause’ narratives of slavery as a benevolent institution and Reconstruction as an unmitigated disaster. Conversely, Stewart argues, the FWP afforded an unprecedented opportunity for African Americans to undermine the cultural apparatus of white supremacy. Black FWP staff sought to align the project with the cause of racial assimilation; countering negative portrayals of African Americans, they emphasised the political capacity, civic commitment, and economic nous of the formerly enslaved. At the same time, the interviewees grasped the rare opportunity to make their voices heard, refuting saccharine southern nostalgia, even if only indirectly.” - David G. Cox

For example, compare and contrast M. L. Bost’s frank narrative about the horrors of slavery as told by Marjorie Jones (a young white woman and social worker in Western NC) with the narrative of Josephine Anderson as told by Jules Frost (a white man and former journalist who titled this narrative “Mama Duck” and concluded with an excerpt from a “good” slaveholder on the harmony that existed between slave and master). Per Stewart: “Anderson’s haunting takes place, not incidentally, on the railroad tracks—often a southern town’s dividing line between white and black communities and a powerful metaphor for highly charged racial geographies resulting from Jim Crow…Her ghost story provides a coded and oblique commentary on the boundaries of the color line, both visible and invisible, but always a felt and marked presence, much like the ghost in Anderson’s tale. The railroad ties represent a liminal site or threshold where interracial contact may take place, but such close proximity raises questions about transgression and the unequal risk such contact posed for African Americans; the possibility that his whiteness is corporeal may be even more frightening than if it is ethereal.”

posted by William Keener
Here is a link to what is available on FamilySearch - Includes some of the US Freedmens Bureau Records, correspondence and other things that may be of use to the project. This is the main link, but each one on the page is clickable, some you can search, 2 are Browse images only. - https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/list/?fcs=recordType%3AETHNICITY&ec=recordType%3AETHNICITY
posted by Arora (G) Anonymous
What a great project this is. A big thank-you to Lucy, Gene, Carolyn, K., and every other WikiTreer contributing to it.
posted by Chris Whitten
Everyone represented in the Federal Writers Project 1936-1938 for Indiana for surnames Arnold through Lewis now has profiles linked to from here. (This is what the book in the Indiana State Museum gift shop covered; the book says it also included surname Locke, but not so! Thomas Lewis is the final entry.)
posted by K Raymoure
Can someone point in the right direction on how to link the people I have completed to the chart? Thanks!
Where possible, I've identified the people who enslaved the people in the profiles I've worked on for Indiana. Would it be worthwhile to include a column here of the surname(s) of the people who enslaved the people profiled here?
posted by K Raymoure
Sounds like a good idea to me. Many of them had more than one enslaver, and were even enslaved in different states. I think it would help people searching for their ancestors.
I'll give it a spin on Indiana and see what everyone thinks :)
posted by K Raymoure
Hi, Lucy. I posted this a few days ago on our Google group, but Emma asked me to post it here to make sure you saw it:

I would like to suggest we add a fourth column to the charts on the Freedman Narratives free space page so we can add the state(s) in which the person was enslaved. I am finding that a lot of the people interviewed in one state were actually enslaved in another. I have done a lot of the Texas people interviewed, but most were enslaved elsewhere then later moved to Texas after emancipation. Some were enslaved in another state then also enslaved in Texas. I think it would be helpful to list the actual state or states they were enslaved in an additional column. Someone trying to locate an ancestor that they knew was enslaved in Alabama, might not find them in the Alabama state charts, because they were interviewed in Texas, for example.

While adding entries in Indiana, I'm thinking since we have the alphabetical sorting option with the dynamic tables, maybe we place State before County when including both? I'll do that for a few Indiana ones so we can evaluate.
posted by K Raymoure
(it gets complicated for multiple locations, hmph!)
posted by K Raymoure
This is amazing! Thank you :-)