Uncovering Their History: African, African-American, and Native-American Burials in Hartford’s Ancient Burying Ground Project Database

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wdt_ID RecordID Person First Name Last Name Link to Person\'s Profile Confidence in ABG LinkedAT R/E Nation Gender Age at Death Date of Death or Burial Birthplace or Origin Baptism or Church Membership Master/Mistress Masters\' Ancestry Trees linked Indenture Date Purchase Date Manumisson Date Occupation R/E/T of Mother R/E/T of Father Spouses Children Additional Relationships Relationship Tree with link Most Recent Place of Residenc Longest Place of Residence Notes Bibliography/Sources
RecordID Person First Name Last Name Link to Person\'s Profile Confidence in ABG LinkedAT R/E Nation Gender Age at Death Date of Death or Burial Birthplace or Origin Baptism or Church Membership Master/Mistress Masters\' Ancestry Trees linked Indenture Date Purchase Date Manumisson Date Occupation R/E/T of Mother R/E/T of Father Spouses Children Additional Relationships Relationship Tree with link Most Recent Place of Residenc Longest Place of Residence Notes Bibliography/Sources

(Database last updated: 1/5/21)

Uncovering Their History: Africans, African Americans and Native Americans Buried in the Ancient Burying Ground  is a project of the Ancient Burying Ground Association, and was funded in part by the Connecticut State Historic Preservation Office of the Department of Economic and Community Development with funds from the Community Investment Act.