Mingo

Title

Mingo

Subject

Person

Description

(Possible runaway)
...also agreed by major vote to hire Isac Isaacs to carry Mingo negro the servant man of Pinchus Faning to Southold & to Deliver him to his master.

Possible connection:

Also in 1774 in Southold, Constant Booth left “Joe” to his son Joseph. His “negro boy Mingo” was to be sold. At the time of his death, the house in “Sterling” was the only house in what is now Greenport.

The Disposition of Slaves on the East End of Long Island from 1680 to 1796
by Patricia and Edward Shillingburg, 2003

Source

East Hampton Town Trustee Records, Oct. 3, 1785

Date

Oct. 3, 1785

Coverage

East Hampton, NY
Southold, NY

Sex

Male

Status

Enslaved

Citation

“Mingo,” Plain Sight Project, accessed October 17, 2021, http://plainsightproject.org/items/show/297.