Further details emerge about the fate of former slaves Andrew Cole and John Cox. Read Mamaroneck Slaves Found in Canada
This table compiles names of all Mamaroneck slaveholders and slaves along with details of the individuals. Read Slaveholders and Slaves: The List
New research allowed the addition of names to the list of Mamaroneck slaves. Read Historical Society Finds More Slaves From Heathcote Hill
How did John Cox and Andrew Cole escape from slavery in Mamaroneck and end up on Nova Scotia? Read Two Local Slaves “Recaptured” After 220 Years
Slavery in Mamaroneck Township is a project that aims to document what is known about local slavery, slaves and slaveholders from the early 1600s, when slavery was introduced to the area, to 1827, when the evil practice was finally abolished. As additional information is uncovered, more material will be posted here. All of the articles were researched…
Mamaroneck History Home Page Slavery Home Page Civil War Home Page (under construction) SLAVERY Documentation Slaveholders and Slaves: The List Articles: Slavery in Mamaroneck Township: Remembering Bet, Phelby… Two Local Slaves “Recaptured” More Slaves At Heathcote Hill Local Slaves Found in Canada Joseph Stewart, “Governor” Slave CIVIL WAR (under construction) About Mamaroneck History At MamaroneckHistory.org you will find…
Home •Documentation •Slaveholders and Slaves: The List •Small Family Memories Articles: •Slavery in Mamaroneck Township: Remembering Bet, Phelby… •Two Local Slaves “Recaptured” •More Slaves At Heathcote Hill •Local Slaves Found in Canada •Joseph Stewart, “Governor” Slave Slaveholders and Slaves in Mamaroneck Township Revised: January 31, 2021 Slaveholder Slaves What We Know Captain James Mott Male, name unknown…
Here you will find descriptions, photographs and other resources pertaining to the early history of Mamaroneck Town and its two villages, Larchmont and Mamaroneck. The site is maintained by residents who aim to discover and share what they have learned.
soldiers of the great war
Here you will find descriptions, documents, photographs and other resources pertaining to the early history of Mamaroneck Town and its two villages, Larchmont and Mamaroneck. The site is maintained by residents who aim to discover and share what they have learned about our community.