RG 36 - U.S. Customs Service, Slave Manifests - Beaufort, South Carolina (By Owner Name)
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Coastwise Slave Manifests, 1826-1830
This series consists of outward slave manifests submitted to the Collector of Customs at the Port of Beaufort, South Carolina by vessels engaged in coastwise travel. Most slave manifests in this series are recorded on standard forms and include the name of the ship and its master, port of departure, port of destination, and a list of the slaves on board. For each slave, the manifests provide first name, sex, age, stature, name of shipper or owner, and shipper or owner's place of residence.
|Duce, William||Steamboat Hamburgh||Joseph Blackman||William Duce||Charleston or Hamburg||2/2/1826|
|Grayson, E.M.||E.M. Grayson||1/1/1826|
|Matthews, J.H.||Steamboat Augusta||Lemuel White||J.H. Matthews||Augusta||2/27/1841|
|Myruth, John||Steamboat Augusta Brooks||P. Brooks||David Turner for William B Johnson||Charleston||2/1/1830|