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SC Artisans & Mechanics Database 1750-1866

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Re: SC Artisans & Mechanics Database 1750-1866

Posted: 1 Mar 2009 9:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Simpkins Calhoun
Is this online somewhere for searching? Stopping at 1866 would mean that any enslaved artisans in 1860 or earlier would not have been viewed on the censuses. For example, my great-grandfather, Edmond Simpkins (b. ca 1838 SC) was listed as a blacksmith and a farmer on the 1880 census. He had been enslaved under James Edward Calhoun on the Millwood Plantation in Calhoun Falls, Abbeville Co, SC. Sonia
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Wade_Fairey 28 Feb 2009 10:18PM GMT 
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kquerna 3 Mar 2009 2:55PM GMT 
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