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 Registered Caldwell Co., Ky Slave Births 1853 - 1858

Births found in the County Clerks Office - Caldwell Co., Ky.

Submitted by Peggy Gilkey

 

 

Polly Trotter was a mid-wife and attended many Caldwell Co., Ky. births of both whites & blacks.

E. N. Amoss was physician born about 1819 in Virginia and was living in Caldwell Co., KY

 

 

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 1st day of January 1853 a black male child was born alive, at full time at the house of Thomas Rankins on the waters of Livingston.  This child was the son of a slave and ________, and _______, who reside on the Fredonia Road Caldwell County.  The child was named________.

Dated Feb'y 14th 1853          Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 5th day of January 1853 a black female child was born alive, at full time at the house of Polly Trotter's on the waters on Livingston waters. This child was the daughter of a slave belonging to Polly Trotter, late ______, who reside on Fredonia Road Caldwell County. The child was named Mary Isabella.

Dated January 6th 1853        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 31st day of August, 1853 a black male child was born alive, at full time at the house of J. S. Black on the waters of Donaldson . This child was the son of Jane, a black woman and belonging to the Webb Estate of Princeton who resides on the Princeton road, Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named _________.

Dated Sept 8th, 1853        Signed Polly Trotter

 

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 21st day of September 1853 a black male child was born alive, at full time at the house of Mrs. Turley's on the waters of Donaldson . This child was the son of Mrs. Turley's black woman who resides on or near the state road, Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named _________.

Dated Sept 28th 1853          Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 11th day of January, 1854, a black male child was born alive, at full time at the house of John Lowry on Livingston Creek. This child was the son of Horatio and Martha Smith, late Martha Parr (free blacks) who reside on Fredonia road, Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named Anthony Chandler.

Dated January 11th1854        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 8th day of February, 1854, a black female child was born dead, at full time at the house of William Garner's on Livingston Creek. This child was the daughter of a woman belonging to Miss Margaret Davidson who reside on Fredonia road, Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named_________.

Dated February 9th 1854        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 29th day of June, 1854, a black female child was born alive, at full time at the house of William Smith's on Livingston Creek. This child was the daughter of Rebecka, a slave and belonging to Dollins Estate, who reside on the road to Marion, Crittenden Co., Ky. The child was named Tabitha.

Dated June 29th1854        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 28th day of November, 1854, a black female child was born alive, at full time at the house of John Lowry on the waters of Livingston creek. This child was the daughter of Horatio and Martha Smith (Free), late Martha Parr, a black who reside on the Fredonia road Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named Mildred Ann.

Dated Dec'r 18th 1854        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 2nd day of February, 1855, a black female child was born alive, at full time at the house of Wm. Young on Livingston Creek. This child was the daughter of Phillip (colored) and Queen belonging to or slaves to William Young who reside on Dycusburg road Lyon Co., Ky. The child was named __________.

Dated Feb'y, 8th 1855        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 13th day of February, 1855, a black female child was born alive, at full time at the house of Jacob Crider on Livingston Creek. This child was the daughter of Martha (slave) and belonging to Jacob Crider who reside in Fredonia, Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named __________.

Dated Feb'y, 14th 1855        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 2nd day of November, 1855, a black male child was born alive, at full time at the house of Jacob Crider in Fredonia on the waters of Livingston Creek. This child was the son of Harris and Evannah (slaves) belonging to J. Crider, who reside on the state road Fredonia, Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named __________.

Dated November 5th1855        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 28th day of April, 1854, a black male child was born alive, at full time at the house of Jacob Crider on near Livingston Creek. This child was the son of Harris and Evanah slaves of Jacob Crider, who reside in Fredonia, Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named __________.

Dated May 1st 1854        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 11th day of July, 1855, a coulored female child was born alive, at full time at the house of William Garner on Livingston Creek. This child was the daughter of Joseph and Margaret slaves belonging to Miss Margaret Davidson , who reside in Fredonia road, Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named __________.

Dated July 11th 1855       Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 12th day of July, 1855, a colored male child was born alive, at full time at the house of William Tinsley on Skinframe Creek. This child was the son of Violet, a slave belonging to said Tinsley, who reside on State road, Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named __________.

Dated July 13th 1855        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 24th day of July, 1856, a black female child was born alive, at full time at the house of William Rice on Skinframe Creek. This child was the daughter of Elira, slave of William Rice, who reside on Eddyville road, Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named __________.

Dated August 1st 1856       Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 11th day of October, 1856, a black male child was born alive, at full time at the house of Thomas J. Greer on Livingston Creek. This child was the son of a slave property of said Thomas J. Greer, who reside on or near the state road, Lyon Co., Ky. The child was named __________.

Dated October 15th 1856        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 16th day of December, 1856, a colored female child was born alive, at full time at the house of William Cash, senior on _________. This child was the daughter of Easter and belonging to Wm. Cash Senior, who reside in the town of Princeton, Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named __________.

Dated December 16th 1856        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 30th day of August, 1857, a black male child was born alive, at full time at the house of Jacob Crider on near Livingston Creek. This child was the son of Martha, a slave and belonging to Jacob Crider, who reside in Fredonia, Town, Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named __________.

Dated August 31st 1857        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 23rd day of September, 1857, a coulored (sic) female child was born alive, at full time, at the house of William Garner on Livingston Creek. This child was the daughter of Peggy, a slave and belonging to William Garner, who reside in Fredonia road Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named Margaret.

Dated September 26th 1857        Signed Polly Trotter

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I hereby certify that on the 26th day of July 1857 a black child was born alive at the house of J. B. Groom of Caldwell Co., Ky. This child was the _____ of Cadwell and Hester the property of aforesaid J. B. Groom. The child was named ______.

Sept. 10th 1857        Signed E. N. Amoss

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 19th day of January, 1857, a black male child was born alive, at full time, at the house of Polly Trotter on Livingston Creek. This child was the son of Rose, a slave and belongs to W. P. Maxwell, who reside on the state road Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named Andrew Anderson.

Dated Jan'y 24th 1857        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 7th day of August, 1857, a colored female child was born alive, at full time, at the house of John C. Rorer on Livingston Creek. This child was the daughter of Maria, a slave and belongs to John C. Rorer, who reside on or near the state road Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named_________.

Dated August 8th 1857        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 8th day of September, 1856, a black male child was born alive, at full time, at the house of Jacob Crider on the waters of Livingston Creek. This child was the son of Cynthia, a slave and belonging to Jacob Crider, who reside on the state road in the town of Fredonia Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named James Gains.

Dated September 9th 1856        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 18th day of May, 1856, a colored female child was born alive, at full time, at the house of James Waddle on the waters of Livingston Creek. This child was the daughter of Rose, a slave and belonging to James Waddle, who reside Fredonia road Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named __________.

Dated May 21st 1856        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 4th day of December, 1855, a black male child was born alive, at full time, at the house of Polly Trotter on Livingston Creek. This child was the son of Louisa Ellen, a slave belonging to Polly Trotter, who reside Fredonia road Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named Charles Wilson.

Dated December 17th 1855        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 8th day of December, 1854, a black male child was born alive, at full time, at the house of J. B. Groom, a farmer in Caldwell Co., Ky. This child was the son of Nancy, a colored woman the property of said Groom. The child was named Scott.

Dated December 27th 1854        Signed E. N. Amoss

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 6th day of January, 1858, a black child was born alive, at full time, at the house of John H. Miller on the road leading to Princeton . This child was the daughter of Emily, a slave and belonging to John H. Miller who resides Donaldson Creek Caldwell Co., Ky. The child was named Molly Ann.

Dated Jan'y 7th 1858        Signed Polly Trotter

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Certificate In Case Of Birth

I hereby certify that on the 6th day of January, 1858, a black child was born alive, at full time, at the house of William Young on Livingston Creek. This child was the son of Eliza, a slave and belonging to William Young who reside Dycusburg road Lyon Co., Ky. The child was named ________.

Dated Jan'y 7th 1858        Signed Polly Trotter

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