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115 Slaves, Estate of Gilbert Geddes, Geddes Hall Plantation, SC, 1842

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115 Slaves in the Estate of Gilbert Geddes, Johns Island and Geddes Hall Plantation, SC, 1842

  • Charleston, SC

The estate inventory of Gilbert C Geddes, filed in 1842, lists the names of enslaved ancestors on Johns Island and at Geddes Hall Plantation in St Andrews Parish, Charleston, SC.

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Slaves Listed on Johns Island, Estate of Gilbert C Geddes

  • Johns Island, Charleston, SC

Enslaved ancestors listed on Johns Island were:

· Junius - slave

· Amy - slave

· Cymon - slave

· Molly - slave

· Sally - slave

· Sam - slave

· Jimmy - slave

· Juddy - slave

· Silvy - slave

· Nelly - slave

· Nancy - slave

· Jolly - slave

· Junius - slave

· Daphne - slave

· David - slave

· Harriet - slave

· James - slave

· Tom - slave

· John - slave

· Ned - slave

· Joan - slave

· Lucy - slave

· Dick - slave

· Nancy - slave

· George - slave

· John - slave

· Liddy - slave

· Kate - slave

· Tom - slave

· Molly - slave

· Israel - slave

· Frank - slave

· Taffy - slave

· Rintha - slave

· Hannah - slave

· Anthony - slave

· Roger - slave

· Scipio - slave

· Harriet - slave

· Oscar - slave

· infant - slave

· Toney - slave

· Jinny - slave

· Bristol - slave

· Ben - slave

· Ben - slave

· Peter - slave

· Dora - slave

· Nancy - slave

· Jim - slave

· Betsey - slave

Slaves Listed at Geddes Hall Plantation, St. Andrews Parish, Charleston, SC, 1842

  • Geddes Hall Plantation, St Andrews Parish, Charleston, SC

Enslaved ancestors listed at Geddes Hall Plantation were:

· Cyrus - slave

· Clarissa - slave

· William - slave

· Venus - slave

· Tom - slave

· Joan - slave

· Amy - slave

· Peter - slave

· Sophy - slave

· Margaret - slave

· Martha - slave

· Rebecca - slave

· Rosenna - slave

· Maria - slave

· Cyrus - slave

· Cephronia - slave

· Sarah - slave

· Peter - slave

· Ancrum - slave

· Minda - slave

· Binah - slave

· Selina - slave

· Cardis - slave

· Juno - slave

· Isaac - slave

· Betty - slave

· Neptune - slave

· Sarah - slave

· Christmas - slave

· Friday - slave

· Jackson - slave

· Kate - slave

· Josey - slave

· Adam - slave

· Robert - slave

· Bess - slave

· Juddy - slave

· Dick - slave

· Cresty - slave

· Violet - slave

· Lucy - slave

· George - slave

· Isaac - slave

· infant - slave

· Abram - slave

· Anson - slave

· Junius - slave

· May - slave

· Dye - slave

· Lena - slave

· Dolfin - slave

· Robbin - slave

· Phillis - slave

· Alfred - slave

· Cordelia - slave

· Susan - slave

· Rose - slave

· Jolly - slave

· Jessy - slave

· Sam - slave

· Kate - slave

· Betty - slave

· Sampson - slave

· Tom - 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.

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    _This document was indexed and made searchable by Vickie Everhart. _

      I live on the site of the old Geddes Hall Plantation. Four years ago I discovered a privy in my backyard containing artifacts dated 1790-1815. Does anyone have a map of the plantation from that time-frame?