1850 Limestone County, Alabama Slave Census (District No. 3, Athens)

1850 Limestone County, Alabama Slave Census

District No. 3 District No. 3 Athens District No. 4

Name No. of slaves Name No. of slaves
William D. Hayes 9 Thomas G. Tyus 5
James W. Ross 2 George J. Houston 7
John N. Malone 7 Milton V. Erwin 3
Madison Tompson 5 Archye Johnston 4
John M. Richardson 4 Charles Frederick 3
Richard W. Volper 9 Alexander L. McKinney 5
James F. Sowell 5 John G. Rusell 2
Chery Keyes 1 Daniel Coleman 12
Brice M. Townsend 8 James Young 9
Mary Aicken 6 (illegible) 3
(illegible) H. Higgins 5 James C. Jones 18
Rhoderic Joyner 6 (illegible – faded ink) 1
Samuel Eckerberger 3 (illegible – faded ink) 2
Matilda Gray 2 (illegible – faded ink) 1
Margaret W. Brickell 4 James B. McKinney 1
John Hamerly 1 (illegible) Rogers 5
Benjamin Barclay 3 Jonas Brittle 2
George W. Joyner 5 Samuel P. Crenshaw 16
(illegible) Cage 1 John A. Johnson 3
Ann E. Malone 8 John Jackson 3
Benjamin E. Hubbard 3 John R. Mason 5
(illegible) Morse 5 Richard H. Cartwright 5
David Grant 12 James M. Cook 4
(illegible) W. Hilliard 7 Henry Stanley 4
Robert L. Hendricks 3 Wm. Richardson 15
Holden W. Hendricks 2 William L. Allen 7
Agnes P. Malone 1 Joshua R. Coman 7
Ira E. Hobbs 10 George Lynes 7
Benjamin W. Macklin 10 Truman Bass 18
Jacob D. Armstrong 3 Richard H. Brown 4
Robert C. David 9 James L. Rainey 1
Wm. C. Rice 1 Robert Douell 10
Cuzzy Snead 5 Henry W. Clayton 1
Peterson Tanner 3 John w. Hunt 1
George Cook 6 Micah Walburn 1
(illegible) 1 John D. Hunt 2
Robert (illegible) 15 Sarah J. Lofton 1
Thomas A. Nelson 12 Robert J. Mindum 7
John (illegible) 6 John W. Hunt 1
William A. Hine 6