You may have noticed Alana's name on many document discoveries. Alana Thevenet is the Co-Director of Lowcountry Africana and the Africana Heritage Project. She now adds Indexing Coordinator Extraordinaire to her list of accomplishments!
Very many thanks to Felicia Mathis, Robin Foster and Khalisa Jacobs for their hard work this week, and their wonderful document discoveries!
This Week's Discoveries:
Slaves at the Chachan Plantation of Francis Cordes, Berkeley, SC, 1856 Indexed by Alana
173 Slaves at Spring Plains Plantation of Francis Cordes, Sumter, SC, 1856 Indexed by Alana
Slaves in the Estate of Mary Price, Charleston, SC, 1855 Indexed by Alana
4 Generations of Slaves on Motte and Broughton Plantations, Berkeley, SC Indexed by Felicia R. Mathis
Sale of Enslaved Ancestors, Estate of Daniel G Joye, Charleston, SC, 1853 Indexed by Robin Foster
Sale of Slaves in the Estate of Robert M. Allen, Charleston, SC, 1840 Indexed by Felicia Mathis
135 Enslaved Ancestors at the White Hall Plantation of Thomas Porcher, 1843 Indexed by Alana
Enslaved Ancestors, Goshen Plantation of Thos Porcher, Berkeley, SC, 1843 Indexed by Alana
306 Slaves in the Estate of John J Pringle, Georgetown, SC, 1843 Indexed by Alana
Slaves at Eldorado and Fannymead Plantations of Mrs. F.M Pinckney, SC, 1843 Indexed by Alana
Slaves at Fairfield and Moreland Plantations of Thos Pinckney, Berkeley, SC Indexed by Khalisa Jacobs
John Carmille of Charleston Seeks to Free His Enslaved Wife & Children Indexed by Alana
Peace and Blessings,