This is a Sandy Island plantation journal written inside of The South Carolina and Georgia Almanac for the year 1792. The plantation journal documents the planting of crops (rice, corns, and potatoes), the maintenance of ditches and drains, slave records, complications with the hiring of an overseer, livestock, and business relations with Laurel Hill Plantation.
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The A.B Flagg Medical Day Book, 1792-1853, is the medical account of Doctor Arthur Belin Flagg. This book includes descriptions of medical treatments and a list of fees for medical services for plantation families and slaves. The details includes the names of the plantation owners and the names of the enslaved peoples. Also recorded in this account book is Dr. Flagg's visit to the military location Camp Magill in Waccamaw, South Carolina to treat wounded soldiers during the Civil War in 1861.The last section of the book was written starting from the back of the book resulting in upside down pages. The names of the enslaved people are listed as:
Amelia, Ananias, Aplira, Beck, Ben, Betsy, Betty, Beu, Billy, Bina, Bob, Brutus, Caesar, Carolina, Catty, Charles, Charlotte, Chrysilla, Clara, Cyrus, Delia, Dianah, Emiline, Flora, Francis, Gabriel, Hampton, Hariet, Henrietta, Henry, Hep, Jack, James, Jane, Jenny, Johny, Joseph, Judy, Juno, Letty, Louisia, Lucy, Lydia, Margaret, Martha, Mary, May, Melia, Mia, Monday, Note, Nurse, Patty, Peggy, Polly, Prince, Priscilla, Rhina, Rose, Sally, Sam/Samuel, Sarah, Scripio, Smart, Stewart, Tom, and Will/William
This is a Sandy Island plantation journal written inside of the South Carolina and Georgia Almanac for the year 1797. The plantation journal documents the planting of crops (rice, corn and potatoes), slave records, accounts, the weather, and business relations with Laurel Hill Plantation.
This is a Sandy Island plantation journal written inside of a South Carolina and Georgia almanac for the year 1798. The plantation journal documents the planting of crops (rice, corn and potatoes), runaway slaves (including women and children), business relations with Laurel Hill Plantation, the hiring of Mrs. Taylor's bricklayers, illness, the weather, calculations, and the receipt of cypress planks from Plowden Weston.
The Coffin Almanac is an 1808 almanac repurposed as plantation journals. The almanac includes notes relating to cotton and vegetable farming and lists the names of enslaved people on the plantation. The enslaved people are listed as: Affey, Alea, Auber, Bella, Betty, Binah, Chloe, Deborah, Edmond, Elira, George, Hercules, January, John, Leah, Little Diana, Maria, Miley, Milley, Mingo, Minty, Monday, Old Diana, Old Jenny, Old Simon, Old Tinah, Patra, Peg, Peter, Phillis, Rodwell, Long Ceasar/S. Ceasar, Sampson, Sara, Shayer, Simon, Sukey, Sury, Sylva, Tener, Tinah, Toby, Toney/ L. Toney, and Yellow Will.
The Plantation Journal (1813) contains an account of the enslaved people at Coffin Point Plantation written by multiple authors including the plantation manager E. W. Rose. The journal records the work that was completed for each month of the year on the plantation including cotton and vegetable farming. Names of the enslaved people are: Affey, Bella, Betty, Binah, Bristol, Caesar, Chloe, Cynder, Deborah, Diana, Edmund, Elsy, Frank, George, Hercules, Isaac, Ishmeal, James, January, Jenny, Jim, John, Leah, Little Debra, Long Caesar, Maria, Mariann, Miley, Mingo, Minney, Minty, Nat, Ned, Old Binah, Old Isaac, Old Jenny, Old Simon, Old Toney, Old Will, Patra, Peg, Peter, Philis, Phoebe, Rodwell, Sampson, Sara, Simon, Sukey, Susy, Sylva, Tenah, Tinah, Toby, Toney, Will. Names of the enslaved children are listed as: Abraham, Beck, Billy, Bristol, Butcher, Butler, Caesar, Celia, Charlotte, Daphne, Davy, Dinah, Doll, Grace, Hagar, Hetty, Ishmeal, Jacob, James, Joe, Juliet, Kate, Kembo, Lara, Lot, Lydia, Mary, Moses, Nancy, Nanny, Nelly, Patra, Prince, Robert, Romeo, Sambo, Smart, Sukey, Tinah, Toney, William.
The Coffin Almanac is an 1813 almanac repurposed as a plantation journal. The almanac includes notes relating to cotton and vegetable farming as well as mentions of traveling to locations such as Charleston, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia. The almanac also lists the names of the enslaved people on the plantation. The names of the enslaved men are listed as: Bias, Bristol, Caesar/Long Caesar, Dick, Edmund, George, Hercules, Ishmeal, January, Jenn, Jenny, John, Mingo, Monday, Ned, Old Isaac, Old Simon, Toney/Old Toney, Will/ Old Will. Peter, Rodwell, Sam, Sampson, Sharper/Simon, Toby. The names of the enslaved women are listed as: Affey, Amy, Bella, Betty, Binah/ Old Binah, Chloe, Cynder, Deborah, Diana/ Old Diana Elsy, Hannah, Jenny/Old Jenny, Judy, Leah, Maria, Mariann/Old Mariann, Miley, Milley, Minny, Minty, Nancy, Patra, Peg, Philis, Phoebe, Rachel, Sara, Sukey, Susy, Sylva, Tamer, Tenah/Tinah. The names of the young enslaved boys are listed as: Abraham, Billy, Bristol, Butcher, Butler, Caesar, Cyrus, Daniel, Davy, Frank, Isaac, Ishmeal, Jacob, Joe, John,Kemba, Lara, Lot, Moses, Nat, Pompey, Prince, Robert, Romeo, Sambo, Smart, Toney, William. The names of the young enslaved girls are listed as: Beck, Binah, Calia, Charlotte, Daphne, Doll, Grace, Hagar, Hagar, Hetty, Juliet, Kate, Lydia, Mary, Nancy, Nanny, Nelly, Patra, Tinah.
A cash book for Robert F.W. Allston for the years 1823-1843. The book includes account transactions conducted by Allston including payment of overseer wages, the hiring out of enslaved people, transportation, taxes, governesses, nurses, crops, sundries, and cloth distributed to slaves. This book also includes accounts between Allston and other individuals including the Estate of Charlotte A. Allston (primarily for the purchases of blankets, shoes, and cloth for enslaved people) and an account with Mary P. Jones. The last several pages of the book contain cash ledgers. Allston explicitly notes accounting related to Matanza Plantation, later known as Chicora Wood. Other account records do not explicitly state plantation sites.
The Andrew Hasell Medical Account Book between the years 1830-1842 is a book listing Dr. Andrew Hasell?s visitations to ill or injured patients on various plantations throughout Georgetown County, South Carolina. His book documents the diseases, injuries, surgical procedures and deaths of patients that include enslaved men, women, and children. Some pages are written in partial latin.
The Springfield Plantation Journal, 1831-1864 owned by Francis Withers and later John Ward is a record of the enslaved men, women and children on Springfield Plantation in Georgetown County, South Carolina. The journal includes agricultural information and business records for rice and corn as well as harvesting data throughout the county. Also recorded in the Springfield Plantation Journal are births of children born into slavery, loose pages from the journal and a 1864 letter by J.H Thompson, Office of the Clerk of Court from Horry District requesting the prescence of Mr. W.H. Tucker, R. Poston and W. M. Oliver for an election of a new sheriff.