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William Noyes (1728-1807) slaves


Amid the recipes, medicinal cures, and obituary clippings pasted into a simple string-bound scrapbook appears a hand-written list of Judge William Noyes’ (1728–1807) slaves. Kept initially by his great-granddaughter Mary Ann Noyes Learned (1818–1875) and later maintained by her cousin Martha Noyes (1833–1874), the scrapbook documents the family’s Negro servants over four generations.

Martha’s older sister Ellen Noyes Chadwick (1824–1900) had known the last of them, a “good Christian woman” called “old black Jenny” (1748–1832)

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Owner/Sourcehttps://florencegriswoldmuseum.org/documents-lyme-family-slaves-part-2-jennys-legacy/
Date9 Jan 2019
PlaceLyme, CT
Latitude41.40081199999999
Longitude-72.34295250000002
File nameNOYES William slaves.jpg
File Size1.29m
Dimensions1800 x 1620
Linked toJudge NOYES William, Esqr.

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