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Identified as male in researchers’ spreadsheet
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Builuce, Louis aka Berbice, Louis
(Record # 41)
Notes: Reiss says early records of Hartford mention that Opdych killed his servant Louis and cites to Greene, Lorenzo J. "Slave-Holding New England and Its Awakening." The Journal of Negro History 13, no. 4 (1928): 492-533, p. 495.
Caboonder
(Record # 43)
Caesar
(Record # 44)
Notes: Willed to Capt. Hosmer's widow, Ann, who died 1753. By that time it appears Caesar had died, unless he was sold.
Carney, Jacob
(Record # 46)
Notes: Record has "Negro?" He has an estate administration in 1818. Nothing on the estate says "negro." The estate is modest, but he lived next to John Caldwell, Esq. Jacob Carney had a child that died of unknown causes at 2 years old on July 30, 1815.
Castle, Ruben
(Record # 48)
Cato
(Record # 50)
Notes: Seems to have first belonged to Rev. Isaac Foster, valued at £22 in his inventory; belonged to Anne Burnham's son Joseph Buckingham; "Paul Buckingham, Negro" paid for the burial. On the last page of Joseph Buckingham's papers on Ancestry.com (saved in Shoebox) it lists Cato, Zipporah, Nunny and an infant, and Paul, as being Joseph's slaves. Since he never married or had children, his mother Anne inherited his estate. Cato inherited a bequest of 30 pounds when Buckingham died.
Cato
(Record # 51)
Notes: The entry in the church record for Cato's death says "Cato Negro", and not "Cato, A Negro." Although no master is identified, the dates suggest this is the same Cato who belonged to the late Samuel Woodbridge--someone known to the Church; In the will of S. Woodbridge, valued with Tony @ £250 for both.
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
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
(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)
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, 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

Total Posts in category: 220