Popular Member Spotlights by Lowcountry_Africana

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March Blake, Company B 21 USCT

Source Civil War Soldiers - Union - Colored Troops 20th-25th Infantry

Created 22 Dec 2010 - 14 views this week (139 total)

William Izzard, Former Slave of William Middleton, Beaufort, SC

Source Southern Claims Commission Approved Claims, 1871-1880

Created 12 Sep 2010 - 12 views this week (735 total)

Enslaved Child Hagar and Mother Sue Freed by Will of Samuel Kilpatrick, SC, 1787

Source South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872

Created 19 Sep 2010 - 12 views this week (846 total)

Estate Inventory of Scye Ervin, Free African American, Berkeley, SC, 1855

Source South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872

Created 28 Nov 2010 - 11 views this week (529 total)

"Alonzo, Monimia's Husband, African, Gardner"

Source South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872

Created 16 Oct 2010 - 10 views this week (269 total)

Estate Inventory of Sarah Seymour, Free African American, Charleston, SC, 1824

Source South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872

Created 29 Nov 2010 - 9 views this week (470 total)

Ansel Haggard aka Ansel Hazzard, Company E 33rd USCT

Source Civil War Soldiers - Union - Colored Troops 31st-35th Infantry

Created 03 Jan 2011 - 9 views this week (726 total)

Estate Inventory of Richard Mazyck, Free African American, Charleston, SC, 1802

Source South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872

Created 19 Nov 2010 - 8 views this week (614 total)

Estate Inventory of John Joseph Roddy, Free African American, Charleston, SC, 1844

Source South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872

Created 29 Nov 2010 - 8 views this week (434 total)

Slave Tom, Escaped from Charleston, SC to Jamaica During the American Revolution

Source South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872

Created 16 Sep 2010 - 7 views this week (1,612 total)

Possible African Origins of Two Slaves in the Estate of Archibald Baird, Charleston, SC, 1784

Source South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872

Created 17 Sep 2010 - 7 views this week (1,137 total)

Edward Brown, Former Slave of William Middleton, Beaufort, SC, 1874

Source Southern Claims Commission Approved Claims, 1871-1880

Created 18 Sep 2010 - 7 views this week (924 total)

Runaway Slave in Estate of Martha Mackay, Charleston, SC, 1828

Source South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872

Created 07 Oct 2010 - 7 views this week (764 total)

Sale of Estate of Robert H. Collins, Free African American, Charleston, SC, 1856

Source South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872

Created 28 Nov 2010 - 7 views this week (624 total)

John Nelson, Free African American, Purchases His Daughter Josephine from John S. Ryan

Source South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872

Created 01 Dec 2010 - 7 views this week (441 total)

James Drayton USCT

Source Civil War Soldiers - Union - Colored Troops 20th-25th Infantry

Created 08 Dec 2010 - 7 views this week (162 total)

Samuel Cohen, Civil War Pension Index, Company B 33rd USCT

Source Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index

Created 02 Jan 2011 - 7 views this week (599 total)

Samuel Frazier, Civil War Pension Index, Company K 33rd USCT

Source Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index

Created 02 Jan 2011 - 7 views this week (702 total)

Andrew Perry, Company A 33rd USCT

Source Civil War Soldiers - Union - Colored Troops 31st-35th Infantry

Created 04 Jan 2011 - 7 views this week (874 total)

Cowpen at Saltketchers Called Daway, 1757

Source South Carolina Estate Inventories and Bills of Sale, 1732-1872

Created 16 Mar 2011 - 7 views this week (218 total)

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