African Americans Living Near William Hope's Property in 1880

Posted by Lowcountry Africana | Labels: | Posted On Monday, March 29, 2010 at 7:00 PM

     Listed on the same 1880 census page as William Hope are the following African American families:

Sam Taylor, age 56, laborer, born in Georgia
Eliza Taylor, age 50, wife, laborer, born in Georgia
Sambo Taylor, age 22, son, laborer, born in Florida
Bell Taylor, age 19, daughter, laborer, born in Florida
Arthur Taylor, age 16, son, laborer, born in Florida
Lum Taylor, age 14, laborer, born in Florida
Jane May, age 31, cook, born in Florida
Florince May, age 10, born in Florida
Lavinia May, age 6, born in Florida
No Name May, age 3/12, born in Florida
Henry Hayes, age 37, laborer, born in Florida
Chloe Hayes, age 34, wife, cook, born in Florida
William Hayes, age 9, son, born in Florida
Jack Hayes, age 20, son, laborer, born in Florida
Purman Hayes, age 6, son, born in Florida
Bill Hayes, age 3, son, born in Florida
Idella Hayes, age 1, daughter, born in Florida
Rolly Fagan, age 30, laborer, born in North Carolina
Charlotte Fagan, age 28, wife, cook, born in Florida
Alice Fagan, age 10, stepdaughter, born in Florida
John Fagan, age 9, stepson, born in Florida
Brazilia Fagan, age 6, stepdaughter, born in Florida
Precious Fagan, age 4, stepdaughter, born in Florida
Flossy Fagan, age 1, stepdaughter, born in Florida

Above: African Americans Living On, or Next to, William Hope's Land in 1880 Census
Source: Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Year: 1880; Census Place: Precinct 4, Hernando, Florida; Roll T9_128; Family History Film: 1254128; Page: 346.1000; Enumeration District: 60; Image: 0255.


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