CHARLTON HINES - need more info!
Most of what I have came from the Univ. Geo. Libraries.
Also FYI Charlton was a State Senator during the years: 1828 to 1832 and 1836-37-43.
The 1820 census shows him with 26 slaves
1830 census shows him as a planter with 72 slaves and gives their average ages.
1840 census shows him as a planter with 73 slaves and gives their average ages.
There were two "plantations" listed belonging to Lewis Hines (Charlton's bro):
I wish I had a list of Charlton's slaves names.......and what
happened to him and his sons during the war(Civil War)....
did they fight or were they exempt from the war? I
want to know their offspring and maybe if there was a
son that may have been the Black sheep of the family.....
I think my ties are with Robert C. Hines as I have a Great Uncle named Robert Hines...but who knows.....and where to look?