List book of negroes for sale by Alonzo J. White, 1853-1863.

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White, Alonzo J., 1812-1880. List book of negroes for sale by Alonzo J. White, 1853-1863.

List book of negroes for sale by Alonzo J. White, 1853-1863.

Volume related to slave auctions contains lists of slaves, a partial index, one list of cattle and other goods, and attached lists of slaves and calculations. The book was kept by or for Alonzo J. White. Slave lists contain amount of money received from sales as well as the names, ages, and other information related to the slaves' physical conditions, occupations, and skills. Sales are for the estate of Dr. J.W. Schmidt (plantation in St. Bartholomew's Parish, Colleton District and "city negroes"), J.I.H., W.P. Ingraham (Spring Hill and Benevento Plantations), Lieutenant Shubrick, the estate of Mrs. James Lowndes, J.W. Wilkinson, W.J. Grayson, S. Magwood, Charles Alston Jr., and Capt. D.N. Ingraham. Additional sales are for R. DeTreville, Col. J.P. Alston (of Waccamaw), W.M. Hunt, H.P. Walker, J. Motte Alston, Charles Kerrison, Chas. Bearing, Harmony [Plantation], the estate of Harriett Hamlin (Samuel H. Hamlin, administrator), A. & W. Middleton, the estate of W[illia]m S. Fenell, and J.L. Fabian. A list of cattle and other goods pertains to Dr. J.W. Schmidt's plantation.

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Lowndes, James, Mrs.

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Middleton, William Shainline, 1890-1975.

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Dr. Middleton was associated with the University of Wisconsin Medical School from 1912 to 1955 and was appointed Dean of the Medical School in 1935. From 1955 to 1963 he was Chief Medical Director of the Veterans Administration. From the description of William Shainline Middleton [sound recording] : an oral history / interviewed by Peter D. Olch, July and Nov., 1968 and Feb., 1969. (National Library of Medicine). WorldCat record id: 49322579 Served in the 3rd Battalion in Fr...

Kerrison, Charles.

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Alston, Jacob Motte, 1821-1909

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DeTreville, Richard, 1801-1874.

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Fabian, J. L.

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Ingraham, W. P.

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Middleton, Andrew (Andrew P.)

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Hamlin, Samuel H.

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Alston, Charles, 1826-1869.

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Schmidt, J. W., Dr.

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Magwood, Simon, 1805-1891.

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Shubrick, Lieutenant.

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Ingraham, Duncan N. (Duncan Nathaniel), 1802-1891

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South Carolina naval officer born in Charleston, S.C. Duncan Nathaniel Ingraham resigned from the U.S. Navy to support the Confederacy, and was given charge of naval forces on the coast of South Carolina. The Navy of the Confederate States of America was formally created in late February 1861. From the description of Letter : Charleston, S.C., to F.W. Pickens, 1861 Feb. 13. (The South Carolina Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 32144156 Naval officer in both the U.S. a...

Alston, Joseph Pringle, 1828-1897.

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Baring, Charles, 1774-1865.

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Fenell, William S.

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Hunt, W. M., fl. 1853.

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Walker, H. P.

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Hamlin, Harriett

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Wilkinson, J. W., fl. 1860.

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Grayson, William J. (William John), 1788-1863

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William John Grayson was born in Beaufort, South Carolina on November 12, 1788. Grayson pursued his primary education in several northern schools and graduated from South Carolina College at Columbia in 1809. He studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1822, and began practice in Beaufort, S.C. He was elected as a member of the State house of representatives, 1813-1815 and 1822-1825 and served in the State senate from 1826-1831. He was then elected commissioner in equity for Beaufort District in ...

White, Alonzo J., 1812-1880.

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Charleston, South Carolina resident, auctioneer, broker, and commission agent. Alonzo J. White married Eliza Marie Ingraham (1813-1893). From the description of List book of negroes for sale by Alonzo J. White, 1853-1863. (The South Carolina Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 32141485 ...