Slaves of Elias Couturier of St. John’s Berkeley

Jun 02, 2011

After his death, the court ordered that an inventory and appraisal of the property belonging to the estate of Elias Couturier of St. John’s Berkley, Charleston Parish, South Carolina be made and returned to the court in Charleston County, South Carolina. That document, dated the 29th day of April 1834, names the following Negro slaves:

Big Willia, $300; Betty, $200; Lewis, $500; Nancy, $400; Aleck, $400; Phoebe, $300; L. iphone 6 case real leather William, $500; Sye, $500; Ben, iphone 6 plus case designer $450; November, $1; Maria, $225; Phillis, $150; Grace, $300; Statira, $250; Adonis, $500; Minus, $500; Kitty, $275; Julianna, $250; Elvira, $175; Sally, iphone 6 butterfly girl cases for girls $325; Harriet, $175; Priscilla, iphone 7 giraffe case $400; Moses, $100; Dianna, iphone 7 case glitter black $400; Pino, $500; Anthony, iphone 7 phone case flowers $200; Coly, $150; Prince, $100; Dublin, $1; Abram, $1; Randall, $500; Lucy, $400; Jimmy, $125; Hannah, $50.

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