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Slaves at the Oakvale and Hut Plantations of Kinsey Burden...
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Slaves at Oakvale and Hut Plantations, Johns Island, SC, 1860
The estate inventory of Kinsey Burden, Sr., taken 21 February 1860, lists the names of 35 enslaved ancestors at Oakvale Plantation and 37 enslaved ancestors at Hut Plantation, Johns Island, Charleston County, South Carolina.
Listed at Oakvale Plantation:
Abram, Kate, Gabriel, Abram, George, Rachel, Chloe, Cuffy, Jacob, Jack, August, Betsy, Penda, Binah, Toby, Sylla, Boston, Tony, Lewis, Joan, Sancho, Charlotte, Phyllis, Elvira, Sancho Jr., Alick, Joe, Lizzie, Sarah, Caesar, Cornelius, Augustus, Rose, Thomas
Listed at Hut Plantation:
Tom, Elsey, John, Tenah, Dolly, Charlotte, Sentry, Emmeline, John, Martha, Nanny, Matilda, Jerry, Patty, George, Hastings, John, Bella, Abrahm, Maria, Sophy, Affy, Simon, Simon, Leah, Hannah, Israel, Daniel, Lucy, Morris, Louisa, Moses, Fanny, Sam, Sallie, Dinah, Rosalie
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- Johns Island, Charleston, SC
- 21 February 1860
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