James Carroll, "An account of my negroes," September 27, 1715

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Title

James Carroll, "An account of my negroes," September 27, 1715

Subject

Slavery--Maryland

Description

James Carroll records the names of his slaves in his daybook in 1715. Carroll would bequeath his land and slaves to George Thorold, a Jesuit, in 1729. Carroll's slaves became the nucleus of the Maryland Jesuit slave community at White Marsh.

Creator

Maryland Province Archives

Publisher

Georgetown Slavery Archive

Date

1715-09-27

Contributor

Adam Rothman, Catherine Kelly, Ndeye Ndiaye, Elsa Barraza Mendoza

Rights

Maryland Province, Society of Jesus

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Manuscript

Identifier

GSA123

Text Item Type Metadata

Text

[recto]

12
______  Sepr 27 1715 

An account of my negroes

Dick bought of Thos. Linthecum about 42 yr old

Sambo  of Edward Diggs--about 32 yr old died 

Tomboy of Coll Darnall--abt-23

Jack of Ditto-----abt-21

Harry: of Samuell Piale yesterday abt 20

Daniell of Do sam.-day--abt-18

2 Peter-Maria’s son about-5 in July or August last

Henry Tomboys son---- Do died

Dicky- Marya and Dick’s Son--2

Billy-the same abt--5 mo. old

Maria Dick wife-abt also Sara--35

Betty Tomboy, wife abt--35 died

Mary bought of Philip and Larkin-35

Rachel bought yesterday of Sa: Liali[?] 18

Judith  Tomboy and Bettys daughter -2 dead

Davy a mollato having had 31 yrs

To serve vid. - Lib fo: 122 [?] 4 yr old y 29th instant

x [?] (Mary’s daughter) borne y 9th

of  May 1716----died

July 8 1716 Jenny about 9 yeares old----9

Dolly about 5 yeares old-5

Toby about- 7 yeares old-7

dead [Linden?] Tomboy + Betty son born about the 17th May 1716

 

[Verso]

Jun - 1718

Marys son by Tomboy abt 2 Months old

Adam abt 30 yrs

Maria his wife do

Pedro about 18

Sampson - 18

Rosa Daniells wife abt 25

Glascow abt 13 year old

Page abt 10 yr old }

Judith abt 24         } [2 whether they will live?]

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Manuscript

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Citation

Maryland Province Archives, “James Carroll, "An account of my negroes," September 27, 1715,” Georgetown Slavery Archive, accessed December 18, 2017, http://slaveryarchive.georgetown.edu/items/show/135.

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