Slaves at Indian Field Plantation, South Santee, Georgetown Co., SC, 1863
This page honors 38 enslaved ancestors at Indian Field Plantation on the South Santee River, Georgetown County, South Carolina, listed in the estate inventory of William Mazyck in 1863. Anyone may contribute to this page.
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Slaves at Indian Field Plantation, South Santee, Georgetown County, SC, 1863
14 October 1863 | Indian Field Plantation, Georgetown County, SC
The estate inventory of William Mazyck, filed 14 October 1863, lists the names of 38 enslaved ancestors at Indian Field Plantation on the South Santee River in Georgetown County, South Carolina. Their names were:
Lewis,Silvy, Juddy, Prince, Enston, Murriah, Enston, Christmas, Peggy, James, Nancy, Jack, Toby, Clarissa, Chadrick, Infant, Paris, Timmy, Sam, Cato, Eliza, Silvy, Ned, Hardy, Nunnssey, Mingo, Infant, George, Hanna, Abraham, Elsey, Robert, Ellen, Charlotte, Abraham, Tom, Jenny, Infant
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Slaves at Edge Hill Plantation, SC, 1863
14 October 1863 | Edge Hill Plantation, SC
The estate inventory of William Mazyck of Charleston, South Carolina, filed 14 October 1863, lists the names of 17 enslaved ancestors at Edge Hill Plantation near Columbia, South Carolina, and in town in Charleston. It is unclear exactly who was at each location. Their names were:
September, Affy, Richard, Hester, Suckey, Charlotte, Citto, Margaret, Timkey, Ezekel, Peter, Hester, Hester, and Betsey
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