The enslaved people belonging to Andrew J. Hutchings

Title

The enslaved people belonging to Andrew J. Hutchings

Subject

Community; slavery

Description

This is a list of enslaved people that Andrew Jackson Hutchings paid taxes on in 1824. Hutchings (1813-1841) was the grandnephew and ward of Andrew Jackson. Hutchings was married to Mary Coffee, daughter of John Coffee.

Creator

Jordan, George (overseer).

Source

John Coffee Papers, Robert Dyas Collection

Date

1824-12-31

Contributor

Brian Murphy

Rights

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Format

JPG

Language

English

Type

Still Image

Identifier

JCR10AH.6.jpg

Text

One Family: Dave, Catey, Tom, Peggy Mary, Dave, Bob, John
One Family: Charity, Clay (?), Cintha (?), Minerva, Ned, Peggy
One Family: Stephen, Jerry, George Winston, Charles Winston, Milly Winston, Dave Pope, Bob, Nelson.
One Family: Easter, Nelson, Abrom, Louisa.
One Family: Little Charles, Jimmy, Wilson, Joseph, Jake, Isaac, Peter, John.
One Family: Big Charles, Molly, Andy, Milly, Lige, George, Lucy, John, Henry

Original Format

Paper

Files

JCR10AH.6.jpg

Collection

Citation

Jordan, George (overseer). , “The enslaved people belonging to Andrew J. Hutchings,” Shoals Black History, accessed January 17, 2019, https://shoalsblackhistory.omeka.net/items/show/787.

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