Gap

Approx. Date of Birth: 1759
Name of Owner(s): William Scott; John Scott
Location: Peters Township, Montgomery Township
Source(s): Register
William Scott - Will
Notes: Gap was registered by William Scott as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Phillis, Ben, Barbara, Isaac, George, and Hannah were also registered by Scott. Scott bequeathed Gus (Gap?) to his son, John Scott. Babie, Ben, Phillis, unnamed child, Isaac, and Hannah were also mentioned in Scott’s will.


George

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): William Vanlear; Ann Vanlear
Location: Guilford Township
Source(s): William Vanlear - Will
Notes: William Vanlear bequeathed George and his mother Hess to Vanlear's wife, Ann Vanlear. George and Hess were also mentioned in Vanlear’s will.


George

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): William Vanlear; Ann Vanlear; John Vanlear
Location: Guilford Township
Source(s): William Vanlear - Will
Notes: William Vanlear bequeathed George to his wife, Ann Vanlear, and upon her death George then passes to his son, John Vanlear. George and Hess were also mentioned in Vanlear’s will.


George

Approx. Date of Birth: 1758
Name of Owner(s): William Campbell
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: George was registered by William Campbell as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780.   


George

Approx. Date of Birth: 1773
Name of Owner(s): David Davis, Sr.; David Davis
Location: Montgomery Township
Source(s): Register
David Davis - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: George was registered by David Davis, Sr. as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Hanna, Jean, Jem, Nance, Sall, John, and Joe were also registered by Davis, Sr. George was listed as part of a list of "Negros in Dispute" in Davis's inventory. James, Nance, Sall, John, Joe, and Enos were also listed in Davis’s inventory.


George

Approx. Date of Birth: 1773
Name of Owner(s): James Maxwell
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: George was registered by James Maxwell as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Nicklas, Pompey, Nill, Grace, Joe, Dary and Grace were also registered by Maxwell.  


George

Approx. Date of Birth: 1774
Name of Owner(s): Samuel Rippey
Location: Lurgan Township
Source(s): Register
Samuel Rippey - Will
Notes: George was registered by Samuel Rippey as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Will, Rachel, and Pleasant were also registered by Rippey. Rippey stated in his will that George was to be sold to pay for the care of his wife after his death. Rachel and Doll were also mentioned in Rippey’s will. 


George

Approx. Date of Birth: 1774
Name of Owner(s): William Scott
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
William Scott - Will
Notes: George was registered by William Scott as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Phillis, Gap, Ben, Barbara, Isaac, and Hannah were also registered by Scott. Scott bequeathed George to his son, William Scott. Babie, Ben, Gus, Phillis, unnamed child, Isaac, and Hannah were also mentioned in Scott’s will.


George

Approx. Date of Birth: 1772
Name of Owner(s): Alexander White
Location: Peters Township 
Source(s): Register
Alexander White - Will
Alexander White - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: George was registered by Alexander White as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Heck, Sall, Nell, Tom, and Sambo were also registered by White. White bequeathed George to his son, Alexander White. Tom, Hannah and Pomp were also mentioned in White’s will. George was listed as part of White’s inventory. Heck, Sall, Nell, Tom, Pomp, and Hannah were also listed in White’s inventory.


George

Approx. Date of Birth: 1772
Name of Owner(s): James Young
Location: Guilford Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: George was registered by James Young as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Sambo, Jo, Rachel, Rachel, Hannah, and Lennon were also registered by Young.  


George

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): John Immel
Location: Greene Township
Source(s): John Immel - Will
Notes: Immel bequeathed George to his son, John Immel. George was described as being an indentured servant: "I allow my son John the Negro Man Named George during his time as is specified by an indenture."  Dine was also mentioned in Immel’s will.


George

Approx. Date of Birth: April 1793
Name of Owner(s): John Allison
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): John Allison - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: George was listed as part of John Allison’s inventory. Cesar, Lydia, Anthony, Milly, Luce, Ben, Let, and Andy were also listed in Allison’s inventory. 


George

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): David Davis
Location: Montgomery Township
Source(s): David Davis - Inventory and Appraisement
David Davis - Vendue List
Notes: George was listed as part of David Davis’s inventory, which stated that George was born after the 1780 law. Dine, Cate, Jane, Bill, Jake, Sall, Simon, Beck, Jenn, Lot (Let), Joe and Ruth were all listed in Davis’s inventory. Davis’s vendue List stated that Capt. Price purchased Dine and Jane's two children and that Robert Chambers purchased six slaves. David Davis's will stated that Davis's wife had a choice of two slaves.


George

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): Catharine Davis; Sarah Shelby
Location: Montgomery Township
Source(s): Catharine Davis - Inventory and Appraisement
Catharine Davis - WIll
Notes: George was listed as part of Catharine Davis’s inventory. Hanah, Jane, Nance, George, and Ruth were also listed in Davis’s inventory. Davis bequeathed George to her daughter, Sarah Shelby. Naner was also mentioned in Davis’s will.


George

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): Catharine Davis; Sarah Shelby
Location: Montgomery Township
Source(s): Catharine Davis - Inventory and Appraisement
Catharine Davis - WIll
Notes: George was listed as part of Catharine Davis’s inventory. Hanah, Jane, Nance, George, and Ruth were also listed in Davis’s inventory. Davis bequeathed George to her daughter, Sarah Shelby. Naner was also mentioned in Davis’s will.


George

Approx. Date of Birth: 1746
Name of Owner(s): William Allison
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: George was registered by William Allison as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Tom, Veizous, Silvia, and Lucia were also registered by Allison.


George

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): Joseph Shannon
Location: Montgomery Township
Source(s): Joseph Shannon - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: George was listed as part of Joseph Shannon's inventory. Hannah and Samuel were also listed as part of Shannon's inventory.


George Cuffe (Cuff, Coffey, Coffee)

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): William Finlday
Location: N/A
Source(s): Gettysburg Compiler. Sept. 20, 1820
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Gim

Approx. Date of Birth: 1763
Name of Owner(s): Elias Davison
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Gim was registered as Elias Davison as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Allick, Nick, Rody, Rose, and Jude were also registered by Davison. 


Grace

Approx. Date of Birth: 1771
Name of Owner(s): James Downey
Location: Washington Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Grace was registered by James Downey as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780.


Grace

Approx. Date of Birth: 1762
Name of Owner(s): William Downey; Jennet Downey
Location: Antrim Township 
Source(s): Register
William Downey - Will
William Downey - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Grace was registered by William Downey as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Downey bequeathed an unnamed woman to his wife Jennet (Janet) Downey, which could be Grace. Hannah was also mentioned in Downey’s will. An unnamed woman and child are listed in the inventory. Makes no reference to the child in the will.


Grace

Approx. Date of Birth: 1755
Name of Owner(s): James Maxwell
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
James Maxwell - Will
Notes: Grace was registered by James Maxwell as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Nicklas, Pompey, Nill, George, Joe, Dary, and George were also registered by Maxwell. Maxwell will set conditions for Grace's freedom: "My slaves for life viz. Pompey, Joe, Black Grace, and Mullatto Grace. It is my will shall be set free at the end of one year after my decease upon their giving sufficient security for their maintained and employeed on the plantation where they now are under the direction of my Nephew James Maxwell."


Grace

Approx. Date of Birth: 1779
Name of Owner(s): James Maxwell; Lazarus Brown
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
James Maxwell - Will

Pompey Cribs v. Vance
Notes: Grace was registered by James Maxwell as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Nicklas, Pompey, Nill, George, Joe, Dary, and George were also registered by Maxwell. Maxwell will set conditions for Grace's freedom: "My slaves for life viz. Pompey, Joe, Black Grace, and Mullatto Grace. It is my will shall be set free at the end of one year after my decease upon their giving sufficient security for their maintained and employeed on the plantation where they now are under the direction of my Nephew James Maxwell." Grace was mentioned in the case of Pompey Cribs v. Samuel Vance as being the mother of Cribs. The case also references that Grace was owned by James Maxwell and then Lazarus Brown.


Guy

Approx. Date of Birth: 1757
Name of Owner(s): Joseph Culbertson
Location: Letterkenny Township
Source(s): Register
Joseph Culbertson - Will
Notes: Guy was registered by Joseph Culbertson as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Sall was also registered by Culbertson. Culbertson bequeathed Guy to his son Joseph to oversee and be "under his direction and for his use and service until such time as his Mother, and my two Daughters, Martha, and Elizabeth, cease to be any charge to him at which time...[Guy] is to be appraised and my three Daughters, Martha, Elizabeth and Margaret are each of them to have one equal fifth part of the Valuation of said Negroe, and my son Joseph is to have two equal fifth parts, and is to have the privilege of keeping said boy at the appraisement, he paying my said Three Daughters their respective parts or shares of said valuation if then my said Daughters be living." Sal was also mentioned in Culbertson’s will.