[Court held February, 1731] John Frilly of Windsor v. Prince, a Negro servant to Joseph Barnard of Hartford, plea of trespass on the statute and demanding the sum of 40 money damages; plaintiff withdrew his action. Defendant recovered costs.
Executed at Hartford for the murder of Mantoshoes at Hoccanum; family and friends allowed to claim body, so not sure where he is buried.
Witness to Cuff’s resignation as Black Governor
On Sun, 04/10/1808 body of a black man pulled from the CT River. Suspected he was the same who had gone missing a year before based on the body’s decay. Article described his dress and height (5’8″).
Mother=Julia Thomas; Father=Titus Thomas; Sister=Lydia Thomas
Stocking, Joseph. Bill of sale, 2 September 1777, to George Wyllys. Sells 23-year-old African-American woman Sylvia for $30. Joseph Stocking was a resident of Middletown and George Wyllys of Hartford, CT.
Daniel Goodwin willed Scipio to his wife.
Valued at 45 pounds in the will where she was called “a Negro Wench”
Valued in the will at 45 pounds
06/01/1665 sentenced to be whipped on her naked body for fornication
John quitclaimed land to Peter Burr, 2/15/1717 (HLR 3:85)
Clothing account,1750, caused some controversy
This child may have been Amy Pewompskin of Farmington, but that cannot be proven. Thomas Olmsted moved to the West Division in Hartford and was a founding member of that church. No record of Mingoe in his will.
Died of consumption
Mentioned as the mother of Naomi.
14 years old at the time of purchase