Missouri Slave Data
Frontier Families of Missouri from Upper Louisiana Territory 1790-1820
Online Slave Narratives 
Missouri Slave Narrative Index
History of St. Louis Neighborhoods
Slave Schedules for Various Missouri Counties
Updated Regularly!
The Randolph County Slave Schedules & Black Marriage records
have been generously,contributed and transcribed by Ann Neel.
"The material contributed below came out of my research on 19th century slavery and emancipation in Randolph County which I wanted to share with African Americans whose ancestors came from there. Read more about Ann Neel and her research journey."
!Family trees nurture lessons on race!
Cooper County Slave Schedules
Part 1
Monteau, Kelly, Clear Creek & Lamine Twps.
Dade County Slave Schedule 1860
Morgan County 1870 Black Census
Miller Co Slave Owners 1859
Pemiscot County Colored Marriages 1882-1898
transcribed by Deborah Kemp
Cooper County Slave Schedule Part 2, Clarke Fork & Palestine Twps. Phelps County Colored Census 1876 Anitoch Cemetery/
Clinton's African American Cemetery
SardisSouth Cemetery aka: Black Sardis Cemetery
Randolph County Black Marriages 1865-66
Cooper County Slave Schedule Part 3, Boonville Township & City Chariton County Slave Schedule 1860 NEW!
Randolph County Slave Schedule 1830
Randolph County Slave Schedule 1840
Black Families of the Ozarks: Greene, Jasper, Lawrence, Cedar & McDonaldCounties
Greene & Springfield County, Missouri Historical Resources
CooperCounty Slave Schedule Part 4, Blackwater, Lebanon, Pilot Grove & Saline Townships NEW!
African American Census Links
Randolph County Slave Schedule 1850
Randolph County Slave Schedule 1860
Ozark's Watch, White River Valley Historical Quarterly
1850 Jasper County Slave Schedule
 1850 St. Genevieve County Slave Schedule Former Owner Visits Slave NEW!
1850 Adair County Slave Schedule 
Letter-Major Gen Halleck Views on Slaves in the 
Civil War
County Slave Owners and Slaves
Howard Co Colored Recruits Number of Slaves Per County in Missouri 1870 
Census Howard County Black Census Boone Femme Twp
Howard County Black Census Boonslick Township
1870 Howard County Black Census Roanoke Twp 

 Missouri's Largest Slaveowners!
Boone County 1860
R. King owned 57 slaves
W. C. Robinett owned 50 slaves
Howard Co.
William Swinney owned 86 slaves and 1369 acres of land.
Buchanan County 1856
Dugan Frouts owned 28 slaves and 320 acres of land.
J.C. Ingram owned 26 slaves and 160 acres of land.
Cape Girardeau County 1856
The largest slave holderswere assessed with 40 slaves.
Cooper County 1850
John H. Ragland -- Considered the county's largest slaveowner.
Henry E. Moore --2nd largest slave owner.
Joseph Byler notedas a "not so affluent" slaveowner.
Davis County 1854
Milton N. Moore, a chief owner of slaves was taxed on 16 slaves.
Greene County 1858
Daniel D. Berry was taxed on 37 slaves worth $13,300, 23 horses & mules,
and 4320 acres of land valuedat $33,760
John Lair and Solomon C. Neville owned 24 slaves each --
Lair's valued at $16,200and Neville's at $10,000.
Jackson County 1860
Jabez F. Smith was the largest slave holder in the state of Missouri.
Kansas City 1858
John Daughtery was assessed with 33 slaves and 2420 acres of land.
Michael Arthur owned 30 slaves and 1880 1/2 acres.
Macon County 1854
Alfred Ray owned 31 slaves.
2nd largest slave holder, James W. Medley owned 13 slaves.
Pike County 1859
J.C. Carter was assessed with 43 slaves
Andrew Ashbaugh assessedwith 37 slaves

Names and data from Slavery in Missouri, by Harrison Anthony Trexler PhD, 1914

Cemetery Records For Various Missouri Counties
By Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry @ Ellsberry Publications

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