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  • Korrin Markoni
    There was a period in the URL that will cause the page not to be found. Please correct with following: http://www.gillis-assoc.net/AAV/index.html Thank you.
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 12, 2001
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      There was a period in the URL that will cause the page not to be found.
      Please correct with following:

      http://www.gillis-assoc.net/AAV/index.html

      Thank you.


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      From: "sbrow" <sbrow@...>
      Reply-To: SlaveAfriGeneas@yahoogroups.com
      To: "Afrigeneas" <afrigeneas@...>
      CC: "Slave AfriGeneas" <SlaveAfrigeneas@yahoogroups.com>, "SlaveData"
      <Slavedata@...>, "SlaveInfoRootsweb" <SLAVEINFO-L@...>,
      "NCROOTS" <NCROOTS-L@...>, "NC-Afrigeneas"
      <NC-AfriGeneas@egroups.com>, "East Coast African American Genealogy"
      <ecaagen@egroups.com>
      Subject: [SlaveAfriGeneas] Re: Plantations of Various States
      Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2001 14:08:05 -0600

      Plantations of Various States

      Florida

      1) The Lewis Plantation and Turpentine Still
      Brooksville, Florida

      Georgia

      1) Elizafield Plantation, Glynn County, Georgia
      Belonged to the rice planter Hugh Fraser Grant

      2) Huguenin plantation, Sumpter County, Georgia

      3) Retreat Plantation and Rosedew Plantation: Savannah, Ossabaw Island, and
      Clarkesville, Georgia
      Owned by George J. Kollock, lawyer and cotton planter

      Kentucky

      1) Sumner's Forest Plantation near Versailles, Kentucky
      Owned by Gibson and Humphries Families

      Lousiana

      1) Evan Hall, a sugar plantation in Ascension Parish, Louisiana
      Owned by Henry McCall of New Orleans

      2) Live Oak Plantation and Oak Forest Plantation near Tigerville in
      Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana
      Both owned by Gibson and Humpheys families

      3)William A. Shaffer Plantation-Terrebonne Parish, Lousiana, sugar
      plantation

      Mississipi

      1)Liberty Hall Plantation in Landaus County, Mississippi
      Owned by William Ethelbert Ervin, cotton planter and owner

      2)Newstead Plantation in Washington County, Mississippi

      South Carolina

      1) Cottage Plantation and Springwood Plantation on the Black River, owned by
      William Ervine Sparkman

      2)Pinebury Plantation and Grove Plantation near Charleston, South Carolina
      Owned by the Grimball family

      3) Ben Sparkman Plantation-Georgetown District, SC
      Rice plantattion

      4)Washington Plantation, South Carolina
      Owned by Eliza F. Holmes

      Virginia

      1)Frederick's Hall Plantation in Louisa County, Virginia

      2)Edmund Ruffin JR. Plantation-wheat, tobacco, and cotton planter and owner
      of plantations in Prince George, Hanover, and Amelia Counties, Virginia.



      Sources: UNC-Chapel Hill Manuscripts Dept.



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