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Slaves in the Estate of Mary McKewn, Oak Hill Plantation, Charleston, 1853

In 1853, thirty-two slaves at Oak Hill Plantation in the estate of Mary McKewn, were divided among heirs Mary E. McKewn, Josiah C McKewn and Wm B McKewn. We invite you to contribute to this page.

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Division of Slaves in the Estate of Mary McKewn, Oak Hill Plantation, Charleston, SC, 1853

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In 1853, thirty-two slaves at Oak Hill Plantation in the estate of Mary McKewn, were divided among heirs Mary E. McKewn, Josiah C McKewn and Wm B McKewn.

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This document was indexed and made searchable by Sandra Taliaferro.

Slaves divided among the heirs were:

 

· Edmond - slave

· Phillis - slave

· Eliza - slave

· Dar Rey - slave

· Peter - slave

· Ben - slave

· Sharper - slave

· March - slave

· Jim - slave

· March - slave

· Hester - slave

· Prince - slave

· Susan - slave

· Sarah - slave

· Billy - slave

· Nanny - slave

· twins - slaves

· Sue - slave

· child - slave

· Susan - slave

· John - slave

· Lucy - slave

· Patsy - slave

· Cheney - slave

· Joe - slave

· Bill - slave

· Alfred - slave

· Sam - slave

· George - slave

· Isac - slave

· Maria - slave

· Rebecca - slave

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This document was digitized as part of a collaborative effort between Footnote, Lowcountry Africana, the South Carolina Department of Archives and History and FamilySearch, to digitize all surviving Charleston, SC Estate Inventories, 1732-1872 and Bills of Sale, 1773-1872, for a FREE Footnote collection.

When the project is complete, the names of more than 30,000 enslaved ancestors will be preserved in this FREE collection, for generations to come.

This remarkable collection contains the name of every slave ever listed in a surviving estate inventory for Charleston, SC from colonial times to Emancipation. Many of the post-Civil War inventories list the names of former slaves as well. You can volunteer to help index this FREE collection, to make the records searchable.

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This document was indexed and made searchable by Sandra Taliaferro.

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