Revelations through Research Pg 2

Hatter, Maria (F, 23): Free Negro Register
African American Narrative Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va.
Source
Albemarle County (Va.) Free Negro and Slave Records, 1799-1870 ca.
Hatter, Tucker (M, 4): Free Negro Register
Maria’s boy

Index to “List of Free Negroes over the age of Twelve years in the Corporation of Staunton June 4 1851”
Cathran Anderson F -washwoman
Eveline Alestuck -house servant
Henry Bird M -carpenter
June Bird F
Rebeca Baldwin F — Washwoman
Patsy Brean -bound
Lusy Brean -house servant
Charles Brean -bound servant
David Brown- apprentice to shoemaker
Ben Brock M -labor
Clary Brock F
Robert Campbell M -barbor
Murial Campbell F
Mary Jane Campbell F
Charlot Campbell F
William Campbell M
Luis Campbell M
Thomas Campbell M -barber
Lora Campbell F
John H Fergenson -blacksmith
Hugh Gaunt -blacksmith
Jefferson Hall -labor
Thomas Kinney -plaseter
Charles Prean-carpenter
Aron Shovler -shoemaker
Frances Hatter — Washwoman
Nancy Henry -house servant
Jane Luis -washwoman
Lucinda Lukis-washwoman
Caroline Kinney (Alias Kenney) -washwoman
Margaret More -washwoman
Ann More -washwoman
Sally Morris -washwoman
Carline Moler -washwoman
Mary Tyry -house servant
William More
Sarah Yates -washwoman
Duffrey -boatman

Staunton (Va.) Free Negro and Slave Records, 1811-1861
1138036_0004_0002
Library of Virginia

About MsLadyJae

Joyceann Gray Retired US Army, Author of " Yes We Remember" and "Our DeWitty and Now We Speak" Independent Family Historian and Genealogist has a combined 40 years of service in the areas of communications, Real Estate Appraisal, and marketing. Her focus of combined colligates studies in Communications, Business Management, with a Masters in Psychology. Gray's historical and genealogical research is on her family movements from Virginia to Canada and Liberia. From Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Kansas to Nebraska and from Canada to Nebraska. All during the 18th through the 20th centuries. Her goal is to bring alive the stories of achievements and legacies that her ancestors left for present and future generations. She is an on going contributor to www.blackpast.org. and also a founding member of the Charles Town Researchers. Her personal quote is “You cannot know where you are going until you know who you are, you cannot know who you are until you know who came before… It is only then you will find your Direction and Reason for being.” J. Gray Love of God Family and life! Married to my best friend, I enjoy traveling, researching our families histories and who they were as individuals, also I enjoy cooking and making my family happy.

Posted on December 5, 2019, in Home Page. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Great info about the Hatters!

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  2. Wonderful info, remember I am next to Albemarle and work at the Historical Society. I also have folks in Staunton and Augusta County. Let men know if you need anything from Albemarle

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  3. Marcia T Thompkins

    I am continually impressed by your finds, cousin! Our ancestors are surely proud of you, too! Press on! 🙂

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