William Crawford
28 December 1809

Inventories & Appraisements Vol. D pgs. 5 & 6
[Glynn County Probate Court]

According to William Crawford's will, his siblings were to inherit each, 1/3 of his estate, real and personal.  Dr. John Crawford, Barbara Crawford of Scotland, and Betty Crawford "who may have married W. Nichol"

Some of the slaves were bracketed together, suggesting a husband & wife, or family unit.  I placed a bracket behind each person's name that was bracketed, and placed underlines to separate them.  The lines do NOT suggest family units, only the bracketed names.

 

Half of these slaves were owned by Dr. John Crawford and the other by William Crawford

NAME VALUE NAME VALUE NAME VALUE
Toby $425 Daniel          $300 Betty $400
Cuffee $200 Becky } $300 Lewis $150
Joseph $300 Hardtimes }      $50 Cain $100
Adam         $350 Glasgow } $380 Nero $60
Caesar} $250 Eliza } $300 John $175
Fanny}        $300 Cupid } $150 Andrew $500
Jacob } $350 Sally }          $100 Hetty $280
Cumba }      $350 Henry $375 Billy $150
Moses } $150 James $375 Harriet $120
July }          $80 Roderick $350 Amy $120
Peter } $500 David $200 Phoebe $50
Mary }       $350 Celia $300 Kate $400
Sampson $375 Monday $80 Bailly $100
Simon $300 Jeannie $125    
George $250 John Lewis $425

Total=

$10,945

 

These slaves were solely owned by William Crawford

NAME VALUE NAME VALUE NAME VALUE
Greenwich } $600 Judy            $350 Sarah $120
Rose }        $250 Neilson } $400 Robert $70
Tom } $350 Rachael }      $375 Chloe [Toby's wife] $400
Phillis } $400 Duncan } $400 Betsy $120
Aleck }        $100 Penda }      $375 Louisa $50
Same $350 Belinda $400 Hannah [Sampson's wife] $375
Peggy [James' wife] $300 Dick $120 Charity $70
Grace $375 Sukey [Wms. wife] $375 Ether $375
Nancy $400 Ryhnah $375 Lucy [Joseph's wife] $350
Mary [Cuffee's wife] $315 Venus $50 Sarah [Roderick's wife] $350
       

Total=

$9000

 

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