Can anyone trace their families to the following plantations:
Edward Middleton (emigrated from Barbadoes in 1678):
The Oaks Plantation (Goose Creek)
Laurel Bay, Parlez-Vous
William Middleton (inherited from grandfather John Bull)
Ashepoo, True Blue, Harris Island
Euhaws, Toogoodoo, Coosaw Island, Hilton Head Island, Brewton
BUTLER FAMILY (Owned by Senator Major Pierce Butler)
Mary Ville (SC)
Hampton Point (Saint Simon's Island, GA)
Butler Island (GA)
Major Pierce Butler inherited his plantation holdings (including slaves) through his wife Mary "Polly" Middleton (daughter of Thomas Middleton). Mary Middleton was the granddaughter of Mary Brandford Bull. She willed her holdings to four of her granddaughters, Sarah "Sally" Middleton Guerard (wife of SC Governor Benjamin Guerard), Mary "Polly" Middleton Butler (wife of Major Pierce Butler), Mary Izard Brewton (wife of Miles Brewton), and Elizabeth Izard Blake (wife of Daniel Blake). Three of the granddaughters died soon after receiving their inheritance and everything was transferred to Mary "Polly" Middleton Butler.
Pierce and Mary Butler left South Carolina (along with their slaves) in 1793 and settled into the coastal islands of Georgia.
I was able to track my ancestors Angola (maybe)>Barbadoes (maybe)>South Carolina>Georgia>Louisiana
On a list of slaves for 1775, I found my folks: Somersett, Sue, Hannah, Mollie, Kate, Peggy, Dorcas, and Somersett Jr on a list at a SC plantation
On another list for 1795 (slaves taken from the Guerard plantation to Georgia), I found: Captain, Dorcas (the same as above), London, and Lizette.
By 1803, Captain's family had grown to include James, and Kate (which is the person I was able to track my family through).
Kate's son named John (and his family) was sold from Georgia to Louisiana in 1859 during the auction called "The Weeping Time."
Major Pierce Butler took only the young strong slaves with him to Georgia, the rest were left in South Carolina. I was wondering if anyone could trace their heritage back to any of these plantations