Author Archives: Stephani Juleeana Miller

About Stephani Juleeana Miller

Genealogist and member of the African American Genealogy and Slave Ancestry Research (AAGSAR) Concentration in the areas of Louisiana, Mississippi, Virginia and Maryland.

The renting of the enslaved

Col. John Tilghman (b. 1785 – d. 1866) MSA SC 5496-37789 Property Owner, Queen Anne’s County, Maryland Biography: John Tilghman was born on March 8, 1785 to Judge James Tilghman and his wife Elizabeth Johns. He married Ann Tilghman, with … Continue reading

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Corrine Cora Flamer

  When Cora Flamer was born on May 12, 1892, her father, James, was 45, and her mother, Sarah Sparks, was 37. 1900, Cora and her family resided in Queenstown, Queen Anne’s Maryland. Her father James was a farm laborer … Continue reading

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Morgan Henry Acree

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Curtis Lee Acree Jr.

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The Ten Percent:Free People of Color

Last night I was listening to Black ProGen Live, a group of professional genealogists who research and document African-American families, they have round tables setting (Webinar presentations) on YouTube. Black ProGen Live stated “That in 1860, there were more than … Continue reading

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The ongoing search of Major Acree’s ancestors.

It has been awhile since my last post, but I am still searching for my 4th great-grandfather Major Acree’s ancestors. Since the last post, I found a 3rd cousin Acree on 23andme ┬áDNA. He is a male from a lineage … Continue reading

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RESERVATION INDIANS AND THEIR “FRINGE”

Originally posted on Pamunkey Blogger:
(all possible names listed: scattergun method) (“Res.” in census notes =Pamunkey Reservation, then formally recognized by state.) Census 1830, 1840, “free coloured” unless otherwise noted. Census 1850, 1860, “mulatto” unless otherwise noted.Census 1870, “Indian” unless…

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Prince Hall Masons

Prince Hall Masons of Maryland trace their history to Massachusetts and Prince Hall, who is believed to been born the year of 1735 and died on December 4, 1807. I am assuming my gggrandfather German Downes belong to the Seventh … Continue reading

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Maryland’s Eastern Shore

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Close relations of the slaves and indentured servants

Close relations of the slaves and indentured servants Run away in April last from Richard Tilghman of Queen Anne’s County in Maryland a Mulatto slave, Named Richard Mol- son, of Middle stature, about forty years old, and has had the … Continue reading

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