Candis

Approx. Date of Birth: 1762
Name of Owner(s): Cairns Sterret, Mary Sterret, Isabella Guthrie (Sterret)
Location: Montgomery Township
Source(s): Register
Cairns Sterret - Will

Mary Sterret - Will

Mary Sterret - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Candis was registered by Cairns Sterret as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Will was also registered by Sterret. Sterret bequeathed Candice to his wife, Mary Sterret. Peet, Will, and Pheab were also mentioned in Sterret’s will. Mary Sterret bequeathed Candice and her son, Jacob Black, to her daughter Isabella Guthrie. Candice was listed as part of Mary Sterret's inventory along with Jacob Black.


Cate

Approx. Date of Birth: 1748
Name of Owner(s): Henry Pawling
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Henry Pawling - Administration Account (2)
Notes: Cate was registered by Henry Pawling as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Cezar, Sam, Tim, Tom, Jim, Dine, Pegg, Bella, Nance, Jack, Bel, Bob, and Prudence were also registered by Pawling. Pawling’s administration account stated that 4 slaves were emancipated by agreement with the administrators. Since Cate was not listed in the inventory, she may have been one of the slaves who were granted their freedom: "4 Negroes liberated by agreement of Administrators and heir at law." 


Cate

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): David Davis, Jr.
Location: Peters Township 
Source(s): David Davis - Inventory and Appraisement
David Davis - Vendue List
Notes: Cate was listed as part of David Davis, Jr.’s inventory. Dine, Jane, Bill, Jake, Sall, Simon, George, Beck, Jenn, Lot (Let), Joe, and Ruth were also 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 states that Davis's wife had a choice of two slaves.


Cato

Approx. Date of Birth: 1769
Name of Owner(s): John Alexander
Location: Guilford Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Cato was registered by John Alexander as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780.


Cato

Approx. Date of Birth: 1746
Name of Owner(s): Patrick Maxwell
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Cato was registered by Patrick Maxwell as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Jean, Cloe, and Nicolas were also registered by Maxwell.


Cato

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): John Holliday; James Holliday
Location: Fannett Township
Source(s): John Holliday - Will
Notes: Cato was bequeathed by John Holliday to his son, James Holliday. Peg and Paris were also mentioned in Holliday's will.


Cesar

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): James Dickey, Rebecah Dickey
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): James Dickey - Will
Notes: Dickey bequeathed Cesar to his wife, Rebecah Dickey. Dick, Hannah, Allek, and Bill were also mentioned in Dickey’s will.


Cesar

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): Benjamin Chambers, Jr., Sarah Chambers
Location: Chambersburg
Source(s): Benjamin Chambers, Jr. - Inventory and Appraisement
Benjamin Chambers, Jr. - Will
Notes: Cesar was listed as part of Benjamin Chambers, Jr.’s Inventory: "One black man - called Cesar - a servant till 28." Doll, Nell, Tina, Beck, and Dan were also listed as part of Chambers’s inventory. Chambers bequeathed all of his servants to his wife, Sarah Chambers.


Cezar

Approx. Date of Birth: 1745
Name of Owner(s): John Allison
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
John Allison - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Cesar was registered by John Allison as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Willy, Leddy, and Ned were also registered by Allison. Cesar was listed as part of John Allison’s inventory. Lydia, Anthony, Milly, Luce, Ben, Jem, George, Let, and Andy were also listed as part of Allison’s inventory.


Cezar

Approx. Date of Birth: 1740
Name of Owner(s): John Andrew
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Cezar was registered by John Andrew as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. 


Cezar

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): Humphrey Fullerton, David Fullerton
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Humphrey Fullerton - Inventory and Appraisement
Humphrey Fullerton - Will
Notes: Cezar was listed as part of Humphrey Fullerton’s inventory. Jack, Rachel and Kate were also listed on Fullerton’s inventory. Fullerton bequeathed Cezar to his son, David Fullerton. Rachel, Jack, and Kate were also mentioned in Fullerton’s will.


Cezar

Approx. Date of Birth: 1724

Name of Owner(s): Henry Pawling
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Henry Pawling - Administration Account (2)
Notes: Cezar was registered by Henry Pawling as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Sam, Cate, Tim, Tom, Jim, Dine, Pegg, Bella, Nance, Jack, Bel, Bob, and Prudence were also registered by Pawling. Pawling’s administration account stated that 4 slaves were emancipated by agreement with the administrators. Since Cezar was not listed in the inventory, he may have been one of the slaves who was granted their freedom: "4 Negroes liberated by agreement of Administrators and heir at law."


Charles

Approx. Date of Birth: 1762
Name of Owner(s): John Crunkleton
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
John Crunkleton - Inventory and Appraisement
John Crunkleton - Will
Notes: Charles was registered by John Crunkleton as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Dinah, Tom, Jean, Jin, Nancy, and Bob were also registered by Crunkleton. Charley was listed as part of Crunkleton’s inventory: "Charley's time to serve 15 years, 3 months from 1st next January.” The day of appraisement was January 5, 1789. Jim, Nane, Ben, Luce, Jean, and Jean were also listed as part of Crunkleton’s inventory. For all slaves of John Crunkleton from his will "[My executors] shall only sell my Negroes until they arrive to forty two years of age, both Males and females for after that age each of them shall be free from bondage."


Charles

Approx. Date of Birth: 1779
Name of Owner(s): Thomas Johnston
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Charles was registered by Thomas Johnston as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Dick and Will were also registered by Johnston.


Charles

Approx. Date of Birth: 1769
Name of Owner(s): Rebecca McClenahan
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Charles was registered by Rebecca McClenahan as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Hannah and Tom were also registered by McClenahan.


Charles

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): Michael Hans Miller, John Miller
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Michael Hans Miller - Will
Notes: Miller bequeathed Charles to his son, John Miller.


Charles

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): James Huston, David Rankin 
Location: N/A
Source(s): James Huston - Inventory and Appraisement
James Huston - Vendue List
Notes: Charles was listed as part of James Huston’s inventory. Phillis, Dinah, Rachel, Jacob, Hannah, Jack, Kate, Phillis, Nell, Rachel, Dick, Ned, Jo, Tom, Sall, Maria, Sam, Jen, Bob, and Luce were also listed as part of Huston’s inventory. Charles was purchased by David Rankin at Huston’s estate sale on September 16, 1802. Phillis, Dinah, Rachel, Jacob, Hannah, Jack, Kate, Phillis, Nell, Rachel, Dick, Ned, Jo, Tom, Sall, Maria, Sam, Jen, Bob, and Luce were also listed as part of Huston’s estate sale.


Charles Ramsay

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): Archibald Irwin, James Irwin
Location: Montgomery Township
Source(s): Archibald Irwin - Will
Notes: Irwin bequeathed Charles Ramsay to his son, James Irwin. Sam Dorelan and Tom were also mentioned in Irwin’s will.


Cloe

Approx. Date of Birth: 1768
Name of Owner(s): Patrick Maxwell, Hannah Maxwell, William Maxwell, Patrick Maxwell
Location: Montgomery Township
Source(s): Register
Patrick Maxwell - Inventory and Appraisement
Hannah Maxwell - Will
William Maxwell - Will
Notes: Cloe was registered by Patrick Maxwell as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Cato, Jean, and Nicolas were also registered by Maxwell. Cloe and child are listed as part of Patrick Maxwell’s Inventory. Hannah Maxwell was the widow of Patrick Maxwell, and in her will she bequeathed all of her slaves and servants to her sons: William Maxwell, James Maxwell, Patrick Maxwell and John Maxwell. William Maxwell bequeathed Chloe to his son, Patrick Maxwell. Nell, Dina, Fanny, and Phillis were also mentioned in Maxwell’s will.


Cuff

Approx. Date of Birth: 1775
Name of Owner(s): John Boggs
Location: Guilford Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Cuff was registered by John Boggs as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Nill and Prune were also registered by Boggs.


Cuff

Approx. Date of Birth: 1742
Name of Owner(s): John Chesnut
Location: Hamilton Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Cuff was registered by John Chesnut as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780.


Cuff

Approx. Date of Birth: 1764
Name of Owner(s): James Finlay
Location: Letterkenny Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Cuff was registered by James Finlay as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Samson, Will, Bell, and Beck were also registered by Finlay.


Cuff

Approx. Date of Birth: 1773
Name of Owner(s): James Herron
Location: Lurgan Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Cuff was registered by James Herron as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Precila was also registered by Herron.


Cuff

Approx. Date of Birth: 1780
Name of Owner(s): Thomas Dunwoody
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Cuff was registered by Thomas Dunwoody as a result of Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Jude, Will, Jack, and Mary were also registered by Dunwoody.