Sal

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): James McClenaghan
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): James McClenaghan - Will
Notes: From James McClenaghan’s will "I give and bequeath unto my son James Sixty five pounds to by (buy) a Negro woman in lieu of Bett which I allow to John with her Eldest called Sall and she yonest (youngest called Milley to James." Milley, Dick, Sam, Janey, and Bett were also mentioned in McClenaghan’s will.


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: 1763
Name of Owner(s): John Beard
Location: Letterkenny Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sall was registered by John Beard as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Tom was also registered by Beard.


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: 1763
Name of Owner(s): Joseph Culbertson
Location: Letterkenny Township
Source(s): Register
Joseph Culbertson - Will
Notes: Sall was registered by Joseph Culbertson as a a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Guy was also registered by Culbertson. Joseph Culbertson bequeathed Sal to his son, Joseph Culbertson, "to 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 said Negroe girl is to be given to my Two said Daughters, if alive, to be, as to Value equally Divided between them..." Guy was also mentioned in Culbertson’s will.


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: 1777
Name of Owner(s): David Davis, Sr.
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
David Davis - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Sall was registered by David Davis, Sr. as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Hanna, Jean, Jem, George, Nance, John and Joe were also registered by Davis. Sal was listed as part of a list of "Negros in Dispute" in Davis's inventory. James, George, Nance, John, Joe, and Enos were also listed in Davis’s inventory.


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: 1768
Name of Owner(s): John Herron
Location: Lurgan Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sall was registered by John Herron as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Jerry was also registered by Herron.


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: 1776
Name of Owner(s): John Holliday
Location: Fannett Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sall was registered by John Holliday as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Sambo, Dine, Sue, and Venus were also registered by Holliday.


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: 1777
Name of Owner(s): John McComb
Location: Lurgan Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sall was registered by John McComb as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Jem, Rose, Hannah, and Hector were also registered by McComb.


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: 1740
Name of Owner(s): Matthew Patton; Elizabeth Patton
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Matthew Patton - Will
Notes: Sall was registered by Matthew Patton as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Patton bequeathed Sally to his wife, Elizabeth Patton. "I also give and bequeath to her my said wife my Negro wench Sally to wait on her and if the said wench should prove stubborn and not duly please her mistress I allow that my Executors at my wife's request hire out the said Wench and that they hire a girl to wait upon her mistress in her stead." 


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: 1761
Name of Owner(s): Robert Smith
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sall was registered by Robert Smith as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780.


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: 1779
Name of Owner(s): Robert Taggart
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Robert Taggert - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Sall was registered by Robert Taggart as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Sue, Dick, Neas, and Sam were also registered by Taggart. Sall was listed as being part of Taggart’s inventory. Neace and Sam were also listed in Taggart’s inventory.


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: 1753
Name of Owner(s): Alexander White; Jean White
Location: Peters Township, Montgomery Township
Source(s): Register
Alexander White - Will
Alexander White - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Sall was registered by Alexander White as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Heck, George, Nell, Tom, and Sambo were also registered by White. White bequeathed Sall to his wife, Jean White. Tom, Hannah, and Pomp were also mentioned in White’s will. Sall was listed as part of Alexander White’s inventory. Heck, George, Nell, Tom, Pomp, and Hannah were also listed in White’s inventory.


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): John Holiday; William Holiday
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): John Holiday -Will
Notes: John Holiday bequeathed Sall to his son, William Holiday. Paris was also mentioned in Holiday’s will. 


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): James Huston; Susanna Huston
Location: N/A 
Source(s): James Huston - Inventory and Appraisement
James Huston - Vendue List
Notes: Sall was listed as part of James Huston’s inventory. Phillis, Dinah, Rachel, Jacob, Hannah, Jack, Kate, Phillis, Nell, Rachel, Dick, Ned, Charles, Jo, Tom, Maria, Sam, Jen, Bob, and Luce were also listed on Huston's inventory. Sal was purchased by Susanna Huston at James Huston’s estate sale on September 16, 1802: "Negroe Girl (Sal) not sold and taken at the appraisement by Mrs. Huston." Rachel, Jacob, Nell, Dick, Ned, Moriah, Dinah, Tom, Jine, Hannah, Sam, Jack, Kate, Bob, Charles, Joe, Rachel, Phillis, and Bob were also listed as part of Huston's estate sale.


Sall

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: Sall was listed as part of David Davis’s inventory, and stated that she was born after the 1780 law. Dine, Cate, Jane, Bill, Jake, 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.


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: 1758
Name of Owner(s): William Thompson
Location: Hamilton Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sall was listed as part of William Thompson as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Patt was also registered by Thompson.


Sall

Approx. Date of Birth: 1757
Name of Owner(s): Henry Work
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sall was registered by Henry Work as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Lucey was also registered by Work.


Sally

Approx. Date of Birth: 1766
Name of Owner(s): Robert Davis
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sally was registered by Robert Davis as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Jack and Mings were also registered by Davis.


Sam

Approx. Date of Birth: 1770
Name of Owner(s): James Campbell
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sam was registered by James Campbell as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Phill, Julius, Moll, Doll, Fleck, and Agg were also registered by Campbell.


Sam

Approx. Date of Birth: 1776
Name of Owner(s): William Gass
Location: Guilford Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sam was registered by William Gass as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Phill, Phillis, Phillip, and Nail were also registered by Gass.


Sam

Approx. Date of Birth: 1754
Name of Owner(s): David Huston
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sam was registered by David Huston as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780.


Sam

Approx. Date of Birth: 1771
Name of Owner(s): Henry Miller
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sam was registered by Henry Miller as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780.


Sam

Approx. Date of Birth: 1746
Name of Owner(s): Henry Pawling
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Henry Pawling - Administration Account (2)
Notes: Sam was registered by Henry Pawling as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Cezar, Cate, Tim, Tom, Jim, Dine, Pegg, Bella, Nance, Jack, Bel, Bob, and Prudence were also registered by Pawling. Pawling’s administration account mentioned that 4 slaves were emancipated by agreement with the administrators. Since Sam was not listed in the inventory, he may have been one of the ones granted his freedom: "4 Negroes liberated by agreement of Administrators and heir at law." 


Sam

Approx. Date of Birth: 1772
Name of Owner(s): William Rankin
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
William Rankin - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Sam was registered by William Rankin as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Peter, Dib, Dine, Tom, Jane, and Ibbe were also registered by Rankin. Sam was listed as part of Rankin’s inventory. Dine, Tom, Ibb, and Lydd were also listed in Rankin’s inventory.


Sam

Approx. Date of Birth: 1776
Name of Owner(s): Robert Taggart
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Robert Taggert - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Sam was registered by Robert Taggart as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Sue, Dick, Neas, and Sall were also registered by Taggart. Sam was listed as being a part of Robert Taggart’s inventory. Neace and Sall were also listed in Taggart’s inventory.


Sam

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): James McClenaghan; Mary McClenaghan (McClenahan)
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): James McClenaghan - Will
Notes: James McClenaghan bequeathed Dick to his wife, Mary McClenaghan (McClenahan). Milley, Dick, Sall, Janey, and Bett were also mentioned in McClenaghan’s will.


Sam

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


Sam

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): Henry Prather; Eleanor Prather
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Henry Prather - Will
Notes: Henry Prather bequeathed Sam to his daughter, Eleanor Prather. Bill and Jack were also mentioned in Prather’s will.


Sam

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): Arthur Miller; Isaac Miller
Location: Lurgan Township
Source(s): Arthur Miller - Will
Notes: Arthur Miller bequeathed Sam to his son, Isaac Miller.


Sam (Samuel Thomas)

Approx. Date of Birth: 1773
Name of Owner(s): John Craighead; Isaac Snowden
Location: Letterkenny Township
Source(s): Pittsburgh Weekly Gazette, 7/26/1794
Notes: Newspaper ad about a runaway slave, Sam or Samuel Thomas. Gives age of Sam as 21, which would put his birth around 1773. Previously owned by Isaac Snowden of Philadelphia. Transcription of ad: Forty Dollars Reward. Ranaway from the subscriber living in Franklin county near to Chambersburgh, Pennsylvania, on the 6th instant a quarter blooded mulatta fellow, named SAM, but will probably call himself Samuel Thomas. He has not much of the appearance of a mulatto, either in features or colour, being whiter than many who are called white men. He is a stout made fellow, about 21 years old, and 5 feet 9 or 10 inches high. He has strait brown hair, to, which he often adds a falta (salta?) queue. He has grey eyes, and generally looks sour and surly, which does not proceed from hypocrisy, but is a real index of his temper. He has a pretty large black or brown mole on his neck, which is usually covered with the collar of this shirt. He took with him a new homespun drab-coloured coat and waistcoat, once shorn and pressed; the coat had large metal buttons of a mixed yellowish hue, and the waistcoat had small plain white metal buttons; a pair of beaver full an overalls, a cotton pattero jacket; with a flowered border, a pair of new coarse shoes, with pretty large smoaked (??) buckles, a new wool hat with blue lining, one or more fine shirts, a pair or two of woven thread stockings, and a home made tow cloth shirt and trousers. Said fellow will no doubt pretend to be a freeman, and deny that he is a mulatto, but he is, by birth, a slave for life, recorded in due time, although his former master, Mr. Isaac Snowden, of Philadelphia and I, agreed, that if he would serve me faithfully and honestly until he would be 28 years of age, he should be a freeman, which he has now forfeited. Whoever takes up the above described mulatto, and secures him, to that his master may get him again, shall have the above reward and reasonable charges if brought home. JOHN CRAIGHEAD. Rocky Spring, Franklin County, June 12, 1794. 


Sam Dorelan

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


Sambo

Approx. Date of Birth: 1773
Name of Owner(s): James McWilliams
Location: Guilford Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sambo was registered by James McWilliams as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Violet was also registered by McWilliams.


Sambo

Approx. Date of Birth: 1778
Name of Owner(s): Alexander White
Location: Peters Township, Montgomery Township
Source(s): Register
Alexander White - Will
Alexander White - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Sambo was registered by Alexander White as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Heck, Sall, George, Nell, and Tom were also registered by White. White bequeathed Pomp? to his son, James White. Tom and Hannah were also mentioned in White’s will. Pomp is described as being a "boy" so could also be Sambo. Pomp (Sambo? maybe?) was listed as part of Alexander White’s inventory. Heck, Sall, George, Nell, Tom, Pomp, and Hannah were listed in White’s inventory.


Sambo

Approx. Date of Birth: 1748
Name of Owner(s): John Holliday
Location: Fannett Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sambo was registered by John Holliday as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Dine, Sue, Sall, and Venus were also registered by Holliday.


Sambo

Approx. Date of Birth: 1730
Name of Owner(s): John Rannels
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sambo was registered by John Rannels as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Venus, Matthew, Bob, and Isaac were also registered by Rannels.


Sambo

Approx. Date of Birth: 1720
Name of Owner(s): James Young
Location: Guilford Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sambo was registered by James Young as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Jo, George, Rachel, Rachel, Hannah, and Lennon were also registered by Young.


Sampson

Approx. Date of Birth: 1763
Name of Owner(s): George Brown
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
George Brown - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Sampson was registered by as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Jack, Dick, Silvey, Jadey, Phillis, David, Peter, Phillip, Doll, and Mento were also registered by Brown. Sampson was listed as part of George Brown’s inventory. David, Jude, Phillis, Rachel, Bet, Hannah, Dick, Sawney, James, Dick, and Joe were also listed on Brown’s inventory.


Sampson

Approx. Date of Birth: 1768
Name of Owner(s): Joseph Cook
Location: Lurgan Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sampson was registered by Joseph Cook as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Nana, Jack, Bob, Dine, and Robon Rock (Reich) were also registered by Cook.


Sampson

Approx. Date of Birth: 1772
Name of Owner(s): William Dixon; William Dickson
Location: Hamilton Township 
Source(s): Register
William Dickson - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Sampson was registered by William Dixon as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. "One Negroe Boy" listed as part of William Dickson's inventory and appraisement.  Does not mention the name in the Inventory but could be Sampson. No further mention in estate papers, orphans court records, and deed indexes.


Samson

Approx. Date of Birth: 1750
Name of Owner(s): James Finlay
Location: Letterkenny Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Samson was registered by James Finlay as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Will, Cuff, Bell, and Beck were also registered by Finlay.


Samuel

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


Samuel

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


Sarah

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): Robert Davison; Susannah Davison
Location: N/A
Source(s): Robert Davison - Will
Notes: Robert Davison bequeathed Sarah and her two children, Rachel and William, to his wife, Susannah Davison.


Sarah

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): John Hindman; Sarah Hindman
Location: Hamilton Township
Source(s): John Hindman - Will
Notes: John Hindman bequeathed Sarah to his wife, Sarah Hindman.


Sarah Cline Smith

Approx. Date of Birth: 1799
Name of Owner(s): Isaac Bard
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Isaac Bard - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Sarah Cline Smith was listed as part of Isaac Bard’s inventory: "Sarah Cline Smith an indentured girl aged 7 years." Toney, Alexander and Mary McAlister were also listed in Bard’s inventory.


Sawney

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): George Brown; Lazarus Brown
Location: Antrim Township  
Source(s): George Brown - Inventory and Appraisement
George Brown - Will
Notes: Sawney was listed as part of George Brown’s inventory. Sampson, David, Jude, Phillis, Rachel, Bet, Hannah, Dick, James, Dick, and Joe were also listed on Brown’s inventory. Brown bequeathed the remainder of his slaves to his sons, George Brown and Lazarus Brown. Silvy, Doll, Jack, and Philip were also mentioned in Brown’s will. 


Shaney

Approx. Date of Birth: 1754
Name of Owner(s): Richard Beard (Bard)
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register

Richard Bard - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Shaney was registered by Richard Beard as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Luddy, Bett, Jack, Dina, Ben, Julay, Jae, Jane, and Forgey were also registered by Beard. Shaney was listed as part of Bard's inventory. Jack, Alexander and Bob were also listed in Bard's inventory.


Shuse

Approx. Date of Birth: 1765
Name of Owner(s): John Elder
Location: Fannett Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Shuse was registered by John Elder as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780 and mentioned that she was to be a servant until 31 years old.


Sib

Approx. Date of Birth: 1743
Name of Owner(s): William Long
Location: Guilford Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sib was registered by William Long as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Jin, Lid, and Violet were also registered by Long. 


Sill

Approx. Date of Birth: 1779
Name of Owner(s): John Woods
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sill was registered by John Woods as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780.


Silvey

Approx. Date of Birth: 1745
Name of Owner(s): George Brown; Agnes Brown
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
George Brown - Will
Notes: Silvey was registered by George Brown as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Jack, Dick, Sampson, Jadey, Phillis, David, Peter, Phillip, Doll, and Mento were also registered by Brown. Brown bequeathed Silvey to his wife, Agnes Brown. Doll, Jack, and Phillip were also mentioned in Brown’s will.


Silvia

Approx. Date of Birth: 1758
Name of Owner(s): William Allison
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Silvia was registered by William Allison as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. George, Tom, Veizous, and Lucia were also registered by Allison.


Simon

Approx. Date of Birth: 1770
Name of Owner(s): Nathaniel Bryan
Location: Fannett Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Simon was registered by Nathaniel Bryan as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Tony and Ally were also registered by Bryan.


Simon

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): James Harvey; John Harvey
Location: Fannett Township
Source(s): James Harvey - Inventory and Appraisement
James Harvey - Vendue List
Notes: Simon was listed as part of James Harvey’s inventory. Tony, Letty and an unnamed child were also listed in Harvey’s inventory. Simon was purchased by John Harvey at James Harvey’s estate sale on December 18, 1789. Lattis, Tony, and an unnamed female child were also listed as part of Harvey’s estate sale.


Simon

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: Simon was listed as part of David Davis’s inventory and stated that he was born after the 1780 law. Dine, Cate, Jane, Bill, Jake, Sall, 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.


Sip

Approx. Date of Birth: 1770
Name of Owner(s): John Johnston; George Johnston
Location: Southampton Township
Source(s): John Johnston - Will
Notes: John Johnston bequeathed Sip to his son, George Johnston. Johnston provided provision for Sip's emancipation: "[Sip] to serve until he arrives at the Age of Thirty five years at which time it is my will and I do order that the said Negroe Sip shall become a Free Man." Phillis and Judge were also mentioned in Johnston’s will.


Sophia

Approx. Date of Birth: 1795
Name of Owner(s): Robert Parker
Location: N/A
Source(s): Robert Parker - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Sophia was listed as part of Parker's inventory. Enos was also listed as part of Parker's inventory.


Suck

Approx. Date of Birth: 1760
Name of Owner(s): James Clarke
Location: Letterkenny Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Suck was registered by James Clarke as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Pad was also registered by Clarke.


Sue

Approx. Date of Birth: 1773
Name of Owner(s): John Holliday
Location: Fannett Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sue was registered by John Holliday as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Sambo, Dine, Sall, and Venus was also registered by Holliday.


Sue

Approx. Date of Birth: 1755
Name of Owner(s): John King
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sue was registered by John King as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Luce was also registered by King.


Sue

Approx. Date of Birth: 1744
Name of Owner(s): Robert Taggart
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Notes: Sue was registered by Robert Taggart as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Dick, Neas, Sam, and Sall were also registered by Taggart.


Suianah

Approx. Date of Birth: 1759
Name of Owner(s): Richard Brownson
Location: Peters Township
Source(s): Register
Richard Brownson - Inventory and Appraisement
Notes: Suianah was registered by Richard Brownson as a result of the Gradual Abolition Act of 1780. Frank and Bess were also registered by Brownson. Sue was listed as a part of Brownson’s inventory. Frank, Dine, Patt, Jery, and Dave were also registered by Brownson.


Susan

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): Henry Pawling; Eleanor Johnston
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): Henry Pawling - Inventory and Appraisement
Henry Pawling - Vendue List
Notes: Susan was listed as part of Henry Pawling’s inventory. Nance, Harle, Bett, Babb (Bob), Jack, Beek (Beck), Jenny, Rachel, Eve, and Bazel were also listed in Pawling’s inventory. Susan was purchased by Mrs. Johnston (most likely Eleanor Johnston, wife of Dr. Robert Johnston and sister of Henry Pawling) at Pawling’s estate sale on April 14, 1794. Nance, Harle, Bett, Babb (Bob), Jack, Beek (Beck), Jenny, Rachel, Eve, and Bazel were also listed as part of Pawling’s estate sale..


Susanna Shatz

Approx. Date of Birth: N/A
Name of Owner(s): George Stringer; Christina Stringer
Location: Antrim Township
Source(s): George Stringer - Will
Notes: Susanna Shatz was bequeathed by George Stringer to his wife, Christina Stringer.