Location: Chatham, Georgia, United States
Surnames/tags: Savage Slavery Black_Heritage
Thomas Savage IV lived in Bryan Co, GA. Thomas died at his Silk Hope plantation in Bryan Co, GA. His probate took place in 1820 at The Point Plantation in Chatham Co, GA. The enslaved listed here are from either or both plantations.
The Point Plantation was situated on the Ogechee River in Chatham Co, GA. It consisted of 280 acres, and it adjoined the plantation of Joseph Habersham, formerly Benjamin Savage land, and Stephen Elliott land. Mary Savage, widow of Thomas Savage, was allowed by court order to sell the plantation in 1827.
These might be family groupings by the way they are listed.
- Prisscilla age 65
- Abraham age 30
- George age 75
- Abraham age 50 a carpenter
- George age 30
- Tyra age 25
- Dye age 2
- Nanny age 30
See also: The Slaves of Mary Wallace Savage (1782 - 1841 and wife of Thomas Savage IV) is a list of slaves that came from an inventory and appraisement of the deceased Mrs. Mary Savage's estate located in Jefferson County, Florida, Apr 1841. Her daughter, Mary Wallace Savage Nuttall Jones owned a half-interest in each slave.
- ↑ Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990:"Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990"
Catalog: Estate records, wills, estates, administrations and bonds, alphabetically arranged, 1777-1852 Saffold - Seymour folder 1-68
Image path: Georgia Probate Records, 1742-1990 > Chatham > Administration records, bonds, estates and wills 1777-1852 Saffold-Seymour > image 390 of 1196; Citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, Georgia.
FamilySearch Image (accessed 13 January 2022)
- Thomas Savage Inventory & appraisement, 12 May 1820, made at the Point Plantation, Chatham Co, GA
Court of Ordinary minutes, 1800-1901:
"Court of Ordinary minutes, 1800-1901"
Catalog: Court of Ordinary minutes, 1800-1901 Minutes, 1800-1813, 1815, 1823-1830
Film number: 008629188 > image 444 of 526
FamilySearch Image (accessed 13 January 2022) 5 Mar 1827, Court of Ordinary Minutes 1823-1830, p.252