I am still digging out from all of the contributions made to the Slave Name Roll Project during February -- Black History Month -- from genealogists, family historians, and bloggers. Just amazing work. Thank you!
Several of the contributions were from non-bloggers. I create a post on my blog and add a link to it to the project page. Today, I'd like to share one of those contributions from Noel:
Inventory of George REPOLD, 7 December 1811, Baltimore, Maryland:
TABBY, female, 60 to 70 years old
LUCKY, female, 57 years old with infant
MAREA, female, 14 years old
SILVIE, female, 3 years old
FRANCK, male, 5 years old
STEPHEN, male, 16 years old
TOM, male, 20 years old
Will of Metta Henrietta REPOLD, 22 April 1826, Baltimore, Maryland:
"Item, it is my will and desire and I do hereby direct that all my slaves to wit, MARIA, THOMAS, FRANK, SYLPHE, ANN and MARY together with any other slaves that I may own at the time of my death be forthwith manumitted, discharged and set free immediately from and after the time of my decease, and I do hereby declare them to be so manumitted, discharged and liberated from bondage, and I further direct that my Executors purchase for my servant FRANK a suitable dray and horse and give the same to him as soon after my death as may be convenient, in order to enable him the better to obtain a livelihood."
George and his wife, Metta, died without children and left much of their property to their nieces, Metta Henrietta Maund and Margaret Waesche and their families. Metta died 9 days after writing her will.
Slave Name Roll Project