SANKOFA'S SLAVERY DATA COLLECTION
Location: Vicksburg, Warren Co., MS
Associated Surnames: Fox
Associated Plantations: Hygiene Plantation (Plaquemines Pa., LA)
Associated Free White Names
Associated Black Slave Names
1829: Slave sale, P.G. Bourg/Bourry to Miss Emma Louise Sequin
From slave bill of sale, New Orleans, LA; 25 Feb 1829; contributed by Ceil Fox Romeo, FOXROAM@aol.com
- Ben: negro; age 23; valued $750.00
- Bristol: negro; age 44; valued $650.00
- Comfort: age 26; valued $650.00
- Gordon: negro; age 36; valued $350.00
- Jacques: mulatto; age 35; valued $800.00
- Martin: negro; age 20; valued $750.00
- Note: Bristol and Comfort are described as "the same slaves which the present Seller acquired of Andrew Sequin of act passed before Philip Pedeclaux (sp?) Notary Public, on the fourth of October 1822."
- Note: Ben was "acquired of Henry (?) De Endi (?) Agent of John C. Saunders by Act passed before Greenbury (?) R. Stringer, Notary Public on the fifth day of December Eighteen hundred and twenty five"
- Note: Martin was aquired "of Dicks Broker (Books?) H. Attorneys of Lake & Siger (Sizer?) Of Richmond Virginia, by act before Hugh K. Gordon Notary on the first of November 1825."
- Note: Jaques is described as " the same which said Seller acquired of Louis Fitz Hugh by act before Philip Pedenclaux, Notary on the fifteenth of May 1822"
- Note: Gordon is described as "being the same slave which said Bourg acquired of Samuel F. Bright, by act passed before Greenbury (g ?) R. Stringer, Notary on the Eighth of March 1823."
- Note: Emma Louis Sequin was 2nd wife of James Angel Fox. They married in 1829.
1860: Slaves of James A. Fox
From Warren Co. MS Largest Slaveholders From 1860 Slave Census Schedules, Transcribed by Tom Blake
FOX, James, 40 slaves, page 295B
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