John Ware, Goochland Co., VA, 1816

Slave names taken from John’s Will, the Property Inventories  and various Chancery Records

for Goochland Co.

Note:  Because of the  repetition of some names it is difficult to know if these are two different people.

Slaves of Goochland Co.:

Jack to Milley and Molley

Joe to Milley and Molley

Lucy and three children Washington, Randolph, Phillis

Frankie and two children, Emanuel, Cynthia

Phillis and three children, Elizabeth, Dicey, Winney

Charity and seven  children, Jesse, John, Sally, George, William, ?, Sandra

Little Isbell to Milley and Molley

Isbell

Melinda, Peggy

Three small children, Harry, Patty, Charlotte

Three children, Dilcey, Albert, Alley

Ned

Surry

Sally to Milley and Molley

Charles

Girl, Mary

Darkas

Dicey

Girl Nancy

Boy Philling Ned to Betsey Wyatt

Jinney and three children, Willis Nell, John

James

Anderson, Cimon

Burton

Peter

Reuben

Charles

Boy Ned

John (tanner) to Milley and Molley

Reuben (tanner) to Milley and Molley

One small girl Louisa

Phill, sold to Elizabeth Mullins for $70.00

Boy, Jacob

Boy, Hnery

Joe to milley and Molley

Sarah

Boy, Archer

Boy, Stephen

Rachel

Courtney and five children, George, Phill, Lavinia, Willis, Susanna

Malenday to Milley and Molley

Lewis to Milley and Molley

Isham to Milley and Molley

Nellie to Milley and Molley

Lewis Simon to Milley and Molley

Celey to Millie and Mollie

Mary to Milley and Mollie

Judy to Milley and Molley

Jesse to Millie and Mollie

Jordan to Milley and Mollie

Celia and three children, Judy, Esther, Letty

Sylvia and four children, Aggy, Matilda, Issac, Daniel

Nancy and three children, Esther, Ben, Clara

Charles

Peter

Dick (tanner) to Milley and Molley

Slaves of Fluvanna Co.:

Gabriel

Robert

David

Rachel and three children, Eliza, Fleming, Rhodes

Amy and two children, Anderson, Jefferson to Patsy Ware; Amy only

Jenney and three children, Moses, Feilding, Sam to Milley and Molley; Jenny, Moses, Feilding only

Peggy and one child, Killey

Fanny and one child, Mary

Boy, Jerry

Boy, David

Patrick

Slaves of Cumberland Co.:

Billey

Harrison

Susan

Pheobe + child, Martha, sold to John B. Chiles for $307.00

Milley

Fanny sold to Hardin Perkins for $186.00

Patsy sold to Charles B. Hines for $192.00

 

Old Ned and Old Is’bel to John son of James (Mildred’s brother)


Comments

John Ware, Goochland Co., VA, 1816 — 1 Comment

  1. This is an era we all wish never happened and that we could forget, but it is a valuable part of our history. It’s extremely sad to know that there are individuals living today that wish this chapter in American History had never ended. A very good post Vicki. Lest we not forget.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

By submitting a comment here you grant this site a perpetual license to reproduce your words and name/web site in attribution.