Genealogy Projects tagged with slaves on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Angolan Genealogy

    Introduction: Ambundu people in Angola * Nzinga 'Anna' Mbande, Queen of the Ndongo and Matamba Slave Trade: Slaves to the Cape: Female Catharina/ Catarina van Angola Cecilia [van Angola?] Christina / Christijn van Angola Marselij / Pollecij /Vlossijk aka Maaij [Mae] Claesje / Claasje(n) / KLasje Jansz: van Angola [dies 1732] Dorothea /Do...

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  • South African Slaves - isolated profiles and trees

    South African Slaves - isolated profiles and small trees not connected to the Big Tree Please link profiles of slaves which have not been connected to the main tree to this project. The purpose of the project is to have a "home" for them in the hope that they will in time be found and incorporated in the big tree. Images - to use as "markers" are attached to the project. References ...

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  • South African Progenitors - Stamvaders

    South African Progenitors - Stamvaders This is the 'umbrella' Progenitor Project that every South African male Progenitor (Stamvaders) [abbreviation SV/PROG] should be added to first. See list of countries in alphabetical order below for projects for particular countries or people! See South African Progenitors - Matriarchs/Stammoeders for female Progenitors (Stammoeders) ... and defi...

  • DNA Mapping of the Slave Routes to Southern Africa

    This is a project I [Sharon] have been publicly talking about doing for a long long time. It's one of those niche areas of human research that you know someone is going to do a very significant inter-disciplinary PhD on - sometime in the near future. But, until then - it exists as a huge aporia that we need to fill in order to be able to work with the data we're garnering on Geni, in a way that...

  • American slave owners

    American slave owners or slaveholders were owners of slaves in the United States which typically worked either as agriculture laborers or house servants. The practice was common until its abolition in 1865 with the end of the Civil War and the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution. For the time being, we are using this as the Slavery Plantation umbrella or portal. Lis...

  • Cape Verde Genealogy

    Cape Verde /ˌkeɪp ˈvɜːrd/ or Cabo Verde /kɑːboʊ ˈvɜːrdeɪ/, /kæ-/ (Portuguese: Cabo Verde, pronounced: [ˈkabu ˈveɾdɨ]), officially the Republic of Cabo Verde, is an island country spanning an archipelago of 10 volcanic islands in the central Atlantic Ocean. Located 570 kilometre...

  • Blacks in Early Canada: The Freedom Seekers

    The title of this project comes from the book: The Freedom Seekers: Blacks in Early Canada. Canada’s first black doctor, Anderson Ruffin Abbott, is among one of our nation’s most notable “passers.” His great-grandaughter, Catherine Slaney, only found out he was black in 1975 when sociologist Daniel Hill — an Ontario ombudsman and father of singer Dan Hill an...

  • American slaves

    This is the master project for Slaves in America. The profiles in this project may be incomplete. Naming conventions Also see: Naming Conventions of US Slaves . First name : Ned Middle name : (blank) Last name : (blank) Birth surname : (blank) Display name : Ned, slave of Agnes Witt Also known as : List of other slave owners EX; Ned the slave of John Blue, Ned the slave of Fre...

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  • Slaves, Apprentices and Freemen in South Africa

    The purpose of this pathfinder project is to serve as a guide for more information on slaves, apprentices and freemen in South Africa and to supply a reference list of death notices to allow a user to find a source. Should you identify the person or create a profile please add the profile to the project. Africa *Semora Mother: Delmina, Deceased left money to: Sophia, James, Maria Louisa B...

  • Underground Railroad

    The Underground Railroad was an informal network of secret routes and safe houses used by 19th-century black slaves in the United States to escape to free states and Canada with the aid of abolitionists who were sympathetic to their cause. Notable profiles Dr. Anderson Ruffin Abbott Henry "Box" Brown John Brown Levi Coffin Frederick Douglass Calvin Fairbank Matilda Joslyn Gage...

  • Robben Island Prisoners - Cape of Good Hope 1673 -1834

    This project is one which will link the prisoners of Robben Island from 1673-1834 to profiles on Geni. The information is from the transcriptions of documents of The Court of Justice at the Cape of Good Hope regarding convicts, exiles and prisoners. The documents have been transcribed by TEPC (Transcription of Estate Papers of the Cape of Good Hope). It was a joint project of the Universities...

  • DNA Mapping of the Slave Routes to the Americas

    Project twin: DNA Mapping of the Slave Routes to Southern Africa . Text that follows is just taken from that one - Please edit and replace as you develop the project: This project is in one of those niche areas of human research that you know someone is going to do a very significant inter-disciplinary PhD on - sometime in the near future. But, until then - it exists as a huge aporia that we ...

  • Slave Uprisings in Black History (US)

    Early Black History to the Civil War Slave Uprisings in Black History Slave Rebellion The struggle's of Black People (the New Afrikan Nation) in North Amerika: Black People's History and How the United States of America won its Independence from Britain (and the British empire). "Every organized rebellion, even when thwarted by the whites and their offspring, struck fear into the whit...

  • Orange Vale Coffee Plantation, Portland, Jamaica

    This project is about the coffee plantation that existed at Orange Vale, Portland Parish (formerly St. George) in Jamaica, 1780-1850. See accompanying article of same name.a Summary Jamaica Surveyed by BW Higman says about Orange Vale (not to be confused with Golden Vale): Few plans of Jamaican coffee plantations exist for the years before 1800. One of the earliest is Robert Leslie's plan...

  • Ball Plantations, Cooper River, South Carolina

    This project is a sub-project of the American slave owners project, and a sister project to the Ball Family of South Carolina project. Summary Notables Timeline resources, references and links Slaves In The Family by Edward Ball

  • Ball Family of South Carolina

    This project is about the Ball Family of Cooper River, South Carolina, founded by Elias "Red Cap" Ball, I.Most information gleaned from Edward Ball's fabulous book, Slaves in the Family.==Summary====Notables====Other related Geni projects====Timeline====references, resources and links==* Slaves In The Family by Edward Ball.

  • Africanos escravizados e imigrantes ao Brasil (African slaves and immigrants to Brazil)

    Work in Progress < BACK Africanos escravizados Nigerianos Sabino Felippe da Costa (Oyo-Oba, Lagos, Nigéria, ? — Brasil, ?), que teve 5 filhos com uma outra escrava rebatizada Maria do Bonfim . Angolanos Eusébio de Queirós (São Paulo de Luanda, Angola, 1812 — Rio de Janeiro, 7 de maio de 1868) foi um magistrado e político brasile...

  • Slavery in the United States

    Slavery in the United States was a form of slave labor which existed as a legal institution from the early colonial period. After the American Revolution, the northern states all abolished slavery, and Congress prohibited slavery in the Northwest Territory. However slavery gained new life with the cotton industry after 1800, and expanded into the Southwest. The import or export of slaves became...

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  • Jamaican Planters/Plantations Portal

    A Sub-project of The Jamaica Out of Many - One People Master Project A project about Jamaican slave owners, slaveholders, and their plantations. See for pictures. Naming conventions Also see: Naming Conventions of US Slaves . First name : Ned Middle name : (blank) Last name : (blank) Birth surname : (blank) Display name : Ned, slave of Agnes Witt Also known as : List of othe...

  • Wigton Plantation, Manchester Parish, Jamaica

    This project is for the Wigton Plantation and the people who resided there. Manchester Parish, Jamaica. Heron Family Slaves resources and links

  • Jamaican Slaves

    This is the master project for Slaves in Jamaica. Naming conventions Also see: Naming Conventions of US Slaves . First name : Ned Middle name : (blank) Last name : (blank) Birth surname : (blank) Display name : Ned, slave of Agnes Witt Also known as : List of other slave owners EX; Ned the slave of John Blue, Ned the slave of Fred Ugly About : Any other information that may ...

  • Masemure Sugar Cane Plantation, Westmoreland, Jamaica

    This project covers the ancestry and descendants of the Masemure Sugar Cane Plantation, Westmoreland, Jamaica. This is one of the individual plantation projects in the Jamaican Planters and Plantation series. (Masemure is also spelled Masemuir elsewhere). Summary 1811 - Masemure Sugar Plantation registered to Forrest. Forrest, Arthur, deceased, Masemure and Robins River 269 slaves/ 537 stoc...

  • Forrest Vineyard, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica

    This project covers the ancestry and descendants of the Vineyard, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica. This is one of the individual plantation projects in the Jamaican Planters and Plantation series. Summary 1811 - The Vineyard registered to Forrest. Forrest, xxx, the Vineyard xxx slaves/ xxx stock. 1812 - Forrest, xxx, the Vineyard xxx slaves/ xxx stock. 1816 - Forest, xxx, the Vineyard xxx slaves...

  • Haddo Pen Estate, Westmoreland, Jamaica

    This project covers the ancestry and descendants of the Haddo Pen Estate, Westmoreland, Jamaica. This is one of the individual plantation projects in the Jamaican Planters and Plantation series. Summary 1811 - Haddo Pen registered to Forrest. Forrest, S., heirs of, Haddo 248 slaves/ 139 stock. 1833 - Haddo Pen registered to Forrest. 22nd Aug 1836 - 184 Enslaved - £3608 5S 3D - [2...

  • Robins River Estate/Pen, Westmoreland, Jamaica

    This project covers the ancestry and descendants of the Robins River Estate/Pen, Westmoreland, Jamaica. This is one of the individual plantation projects in the Jamaican Planters and Plantation series. Summary 1811 - Robins River Estate/Pen registered to Forrest. Forrest, Arthur, deceased, Masemure and Robins River 269 slaves/ 537 stock. 1816 - Forest, Arthur, heirs of, Robin's River, 62 ...

  • Lancaster Estate, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica

    This project covers the ancestry and descendants of the Lancaster Estate, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica. This is one of the individual plantation projects in the Jamaican Planters and Plantation series. Summary 1811 - Lancaster Estate registered to Charles Foster. 1811 - Foster, Charles, Lancaster 155 slaves/ 210 stock. 1817 - [Foster], Charles, Lancaster, T References, Resources, and Links ...

  • Elim Estate, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica

    This project covers the ancestry and descendants of the Elim Estate, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica. This is one of the individual plantation projects in the Jamaican Planters and Plantation series. Summary 1811 - Elim Estate registered to Thomas Foster. 1817 - [Foster], Thomas, Elim, 368 slaves/ 324 stock. 1833 - Elim Estate registered to John Foster. 18th Jul 1836 - 385 Enslaved - £7...

  • East Indian Slaves in Colonial America

    The objective of this project is to identify (forced) immigrants from India & Madagascar to Colonial America. Please start discussions, share resources, build trees, and add profiles to the project. Please create "related" projects for the Madagascar slave trade in other locations. And please ... invite collaborators to join in and contribute. background From Indian Slaves in Colonial Ameri...

  • Enslaved persons in the USA listed on the profiles of other people

    It is difficult in Geni to create profiles for enslaved persons when there is no family relationship known. However they are often listed in the wills of the persons enslaving them, and so details about them, like their name (or nickname) and some family relationships may also be listed.This project is to assist those doing research on ancestors when the information is in the profile of another...

  • Genus Family Jamaica

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  • GEN JOHN COFFEE CEMETERY AND SLAVES GRAVEYARD

    Six unmarked graves in the back of the cemetery. It is possible that these were graves of slaves.