Slaves at Oakley Farm and in Charleston, Estate of Adelaide E. Gibbs, 1859

Slaves at Oakley Farm and in Charleston, Estate of Adelaide E. Gibbs, 1859

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Slaves in Charleston and the Oakley Farm Plantation of Adelaide E. Gibbs, SC, 1859

  • Oakley Farm Plantation, Charleston, SC

This page honors enslaved ancestors in Charleston and at the Oakley Farm Plantation of Adelaide E. Gibbs, 1859.

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Slaves listed in Charleston and at Oakley Farm were:

· Dick - slave

· Maurice - slave

· Jacob - slave

· Jack - slave

· Clement - slave

· Gainey - slave

· Sampson - slave

· Scipio - slave

· Ned - slave

· George - slave

· Clarissa - slave

· Alice - slave

· Molly Ann - slave

· Amelia - slave

· Maria - slave

· Henrietta - slave

· Harriet - slave

· Judy - slave

· Sailer - slave

· Tenah - slave

· Martha - slave

· Charlott - slave

· Mary - slave

· Molsey - slave

· Linda - slave

· Joe - slave

· Tom - slave

· Miley - slave

· Charlotte - slave

· Phebe - slave

· Mary - slave

· Infant - slave

· Jackson - slave

· Julius - slave

· Sue - slave

· Martha - slave

· Amanitta - slave

· Sam - slave

· Susanna - slave

· Linus - slave

· Erd - slave

· Betsy - slave

· Martha - slave

· Robert - slave

· Fredric - slave

· Fanny - slave

· Hester - slave

· Eliza - slave

· Nancy - slave

· Margaret - slave

· Haye - slave

· Theadore - slave

· Ella - slave

· George - slave

· Flander - slave

· Amelia - slave

· Nany - slave

· John - slave

· Delia - slave

· Judy - slave

· Thomas - slave

· Affee - slave

· Rhina - slave

Related Document: Slaves at the Rosemont Plantation of Adelaide Gibbs, 1860

  • Rosemont Plantation, Charleston, SC

A related estate inventory, taken in 1860, lists the names of slaves at the Rosement Plantation of Adelaide Gibbes. You can view that document here.

About This Document

    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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