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George Russell Plantation

Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years, 4 months ago


 

Overview

 

Location

Paulding Co., GA

 

Date Constructed/ Founded

ca. 1842

 

Associated Surnames

Russell

 

Historical notes

George Russell moved to Haywood County, NC, from Rutherford County, NC, in the 1820's. He later moved to Camden County, Missouri, where he died in the 1850's.

 

Associated Slave Workplaces

John Russell Plantation (Town Co., GA)


 

Associated Free Persons

 

  • George Russell (b.ca.1772-d.1850/1860) - Plantation Owner
  • Rhoda Reavis Russell (b.1769-d.1850/1860) - Wife of George Russell
  • John Russell (b.1803-d.1883) - Son of George and Rhoda Russell; John Russell Plantation


 

Associated Enslaved Persons

 

1810 Federal Census, George Russell

Rutherford County, North Carolina

  • 10 Slaves

 

1820 Federal Census, George Russell

Rutherford County, North Carolina

  • 1 Male b.1775-1794
  • 1 Male b.1806-1820
  • 1 Male b.1806-1820
  • 1 Female b.1775-1794
  • 1 Female b.1794-1806
  • 1 Female b.1794-1806
  • 1 Female b.1806-1820
  • 1 Female b.1806-1820
  • 1 Female b.1806-1820

 

1827 Deed from George Russell to John Russell

March 31, 1827, Haywood County, North Carolina

  • James - 45
  • Isaac - 40
  • Lucy - 40
  • Cinda - 8
  • Ellen - 6
  • Rice - 4
  • James, Jr. - 2
  • Hannah - 7
  • Wilson - 4
  • Alfred - 2
  • Nelson - 4
  • Agnes


 

Research Leads and Plantation Records

 

  • none reported yet


 

Miscellaneous Information

 

  • none


 

References

 

  • Deed Book B, page 435, Haywood County, North Carolina


 

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