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Slaves at Beech Hill & Camp Plantation, James Pendarvis, Colleton, SC, 1798

The estate inventory of James Pendarvis, made 7 Sep 1798 and filed 6 Dec 1798, lists enslaved ancestors at Beech Hill and Camp Plantations in Colleton, SC. Enslaved ancestors are listed in family groups. We invite you to contribute to this page.

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Slaves at Beech Hill and Camp Plantations of James Pendarvis, Listed by Family Groups, Colleton, SC, 1798

Beech Hill and Camp Plantations, Colleton, SC

The estate inventory of James Pendarvis, made 7 Sep 1798 and filed 6 Dec 1798, lists enslaved ancestors at Beech Hill and Camp Plantations in Colleton, SC. Enslaved ancestors are listed in family groups.

We invite you to contribute stories, images and information to this page.

This document was indexed by Renate Sanders.

 

Families at Beech Hill Plantations were:

A negro man named Plenty, his wife Nanny & her three children Charles, Gabriel & Myrtilla - 230

Sarey & her daughter Flora 75 Molley 70 = 145

Isabella 70 Larry 70 Hercules, Sally, boy Jack & child Nancy 180 Fillis 40 Sam 100 = 460   

Belsey 70 Bachus, Jenny, Creatia, Cain & child Sambo 240 Charlotte, Quibus and Susanna 220  Carolina 80 Prince 5 = 615

Nippey & child Patsey 85 Suckey & child May 85 Tansey 70 Yorke & Celia 130 Cesar & Juba 110  Saphira 25 Nero & Tilla 60 = 565  

Rachael, Nero & Ameritta 120 Tobey, Binckey & child Bella 160 Fanny 70 = 350  

Doll 70 Hagar & child Dianna 90 Roger & Doll 30 Ameritta 35 Jack 60 Ned, Auber & Jack 200 November & Nelly 150 = 635 

Johnton 10 Hester 70 Juno 65 March 40 Bess 60  

 

Families at Camp Plantation were:

Petroe, Chloe, Eliza, January, John & Niger = 360  

Flora, Billy, Mitchell, Andres, Tenah, Rachael & Swarry = 320  

Peepee, Hardtime & child Elsey 170 April, Cesar & Sue 100 Peggy & Dye 130 Lucey and Beck 90 = 490 

Wanny, Abey, Absolam, Grace, Mary & Fortune = 280  

Jonas & Amey 80 Pollydore 0 Tena 0 Fortune 0 = 80  

Auba, July & Joe 170 Martin, Libbey & Fortimer 170 = 340  

Williby, Hetty, Flora & child Catherine 170  

Jacob & Patty 140 Tim, Davy & Saphira 160 Judy & Amy 65 Sarey 40 Blackwall & Cumber 20 Charity 20 = 465

 

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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.

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This document was indexed and made searchable by Renate Sanders.

About James Pendarvis

James Pendarvis was the eldest son of Joseph Pendarvis and an African woman named Parthena. Their children were James, Brand, William, John, Thomas, Mary and Elizabeth.

James Pendarvis inherited plantations and slaves from his father Joseph. At the time of James Pendarvis' his death in 1798 he owned three plantations (Legg's, Beech Hill and Camp) comprising 3,250 acres, and 155 slaves. 

In his will, James Pendarvis left his land and slaves to his grandchildren, who were children of his son William Pendarvis, Sr. and his daughter Ann Perry. 

You can view an abstract of his will here, posted to the Ancestry.com forum by David L. Evans.

Reference:

Koger, Larry. 1995 Black Slaveowners: Free Black Slave Masters in South Carolina, 1790-1860. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, p. 109. Accessed on Google Books 30 April 2011.

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