Undated inventory of enslaved people and livestock at White Marsh and Fingal, ca. late 18th century

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Title

Undated inventory of enslaved people and livestock at White Marsh and Fingal, ca. late 18th century

Subject

Slave labor; Slave Women; Children; Jesuits-History-18th century

Description

This undated census from the late eighteenth century records the names of enslaved children "unable to work," as well as the names of superannuated slaves. The document divides the names by family groups. These are recorded along with an inventory of cows, sheeps, hogs, and horses.

Creator

Maryland Province Archives

Publisher

Georgetown Slavery Archive

Date

undated, circa late 18th C.

Contributor

Tom Foley, Elsa Barraza Mendoza

Rights

Maryland Province Archives, Society of Jesus

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Mansucript

Identifier

GSA261

Text Item Type Metadata

Text

At te lower Quarters
 
Nanny Sampson---
Kate. Her Child Jenny----
Fanny born 1762x [Under brackets, sideways right side]
Samuel 1764 {Crop of Corn at y
Ruth Marsh in 1763. 319.BB
Terry Oats 25 Bushels
Regis----------------------- Rye 13 do
  Wheat---
Frank x Child Tobacco}
Lucy-  
Davi  
Nancy  [name written in pencil]  
Paul [name written in pencil]  
Henrietta born May 1763  
   
Acct of Stock ------
Two Riding horses One sow & 7 piggs at B
One  Colt Two breeding sows
Six Plow Horses At Duckers with
Three yoak Oxen Twelve Piggs
23 Sheep Three do. at Home
20 Horn Cattle With nine Piggs
Five Calves Running Hogs. 30
One Boar Besides six horses belonging
At Buckor’s two cows, to heifers tow Ca.. To ye negroes.
 
[Page 2]
 
Names of the Children not capable
Of work at Fingal -------------------
{Nina  
{Simon Nanny Cooper’s
{Henry  
 ----------------------  
{Doll  
{Dick Sarah’s
{Peter  
{James  
 ----------------------  
 
{Mary  
{Peggy Phyllis’s
{Sall  
{Winifred  
 -----------------------  
{Nancy  
{Cates  
{Rachel Mary’s
{Priscilla  
------------------------   
Past Service Lame
Tom & Susanna Sarah
Betty--------- Doll
Far advanced in Age & mothers of
many children
Phillis  
& Nanny Cooper  
 
[Page 3]
 
Names of ye Children at ye Marsh
Not capable of work
 
{Monica   Past Service --------
{Ambrose   (John  
{Ned [Sideways text] (Nell [sideways text]
{William Charity’s (Samson Aged each
{Nancy   (Jenny Near 70 --------
{Basil-   (Nanny  
 ----------    ------------------  
{Jack      
{Charles [Sideways text]    
{James Nelly’s    
{Patric   Isaac & Son
{Anastasia   Isaac Carpenter’s
 -----------   Robert & Son’s
{Lucy   Robert & Tom shoemaker’s
{Davi [Sideways text] Nelly Cook
{Nancy Franc’s Priscila Spinster
because a cripple ------------
{Paul  
{Henny      
 ----------      
{Harry [sideways text]    
{Mary Henny’s    
{Lucy      
 -----------      
{Mary Susan’s child      
{Ned Phillis’s      
{Fanny Cate’s      

Original Format

Manuscript

Files

Citation

Maryland Province Archives, “Undated inventory of enslaved people and livestock at White Marsh and Fingal, ca. late 18th century,” Georgetown Slavery Archive, accessed September 25, 2018, http://slaveryarchive.georgetown.edu/items/show/286.