ethnicity

Black

Unknown origins, but listed as a person of color
There are 437 posts in this category.
Cato
(Record # 52)
Cato
(Record # 53)
Catto
(Record # 54)
Notes: A member of the Third Regiment from 09/09/1755-12/10/1755
Cesar
(Record # 55)
Notes: A member of the Third Regiment from 09/07/1755-12/10/1755
Cezar (aka Cesar)
(Record # 56)
Notes: Valued in inventory at £12
Chirchbel, Cale
(Record # 57)
Notes: Cale Chirchbell was born in 1753. Captain Keith=former owner
Cipeo, Child of
(Record # 58)
Cipeo, Wife of
(Record # 59)
Coffe
(Record # 60)
Notes: In his will, Capt. Selden passed Coffe on to his wife, and then after her death to his son John or daughter Abigail. The boys are valued at £80, Sue at £60, and Coffe, wife and child at £130. Robbins was valued at £70.
Coffe, Wife of
(Record # 61)
Notes: In his will, Deacon Sheldon passed Coffe on to his wife, and then after her death to his son John or daughter Abigail. The boys are valued at £80, Sue at £60, and Coffe, wife and child at £130. Robbins was valued at £70.
Coffe
(Record # 62)
Notes: Does not appear in the wills of Timothy Woodbridge or Abigail Lord Woodbridge. Possibly sold or given to Richard and Abigail's children.
Cuff
(Record # 63)
Notes: Cuff became governor when Mr. Wyllys's Black servant died; 05/11/1776 Gov. Cuff resigned and Anderson took over as Black Governor. The transition was controversial. Note: Nothing is known about Cuff, but it is possible he was the Cuff mentioned in Sarah Edwards' inventory, married to Kate, with three children.
Cuff
(Record # 64)
Cuff, Sally
(Record # 65)
Notes: Sally Cuff bought her own freedom for 100 pounds
Cuffy
(Record # 66)
Notes: In his will, Capt. Selden passed Coffe on to his wife, and then after her death to his son John or daughter Abigail. The boys are valued at £80, Sue at £60, and Coffe, wife and child at £130. Robbins was valued at £70.
Curtiss, Lydia
(Record # 67)
Notes: Fed Censuses for 1790 and 1800 show no enslaved people in the Patten household, but in 1810 the family had one non-white free person living with them
Curtiss, Betsey
(Record # 68)
Notes: Curtiss was probably pronounced "Cutas." Betsy and Aaron belong the same church and are roughly the same age.
Curtiss, Aaron (aka Aaron Cutas)
(Record # 69)
Notes: Died of old age; Aaron Curtifs was born in 1723 O.S.
Daniell
(Record # 70)
Notes: John Haynes Lord was charged with the digging of the grave for Daniel
Dee, Tomber
(Record # 72)
Notes: 5 persons in the household

Total Posts in category: 437