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Name[1] Betsey Young
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Betsey Young: Biographical Information

Betsey Young appears in the household of Benjamin Haddock and Susan Haddock on the 1930 Federal Census for St. Andrews, Charleston, South Carolina. Susan Haddock was the daughter of Adam Bennett, the enslaved overseer at Magnolia Plantation on the Ashley River in St. Andrews Parish, Charleston, South Carolina.

Betsey is listed as a sister in law, but we do not yet know any more details of her relationship to this family. The household as it appears on the Census is:

Name
Relationship
Gender
Color
Age
Birth
Haddock, Benjamin Head
M
Neg
50
SC
Haddock, Susan Wife
F
Neg
45
SC
Simmons, George
[illegible] M
Neg
18
SC
Young, Betsey Sister in Law F Neg 40 SC

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About This Page

This page is part of a groundbreaking research project to rediscover the family lineages of enslaved people on Drayton family plantations in Barbados and the United States. To read more about this historic research, please visit the article below:

Genealogy of Enslaved Communities on Drayton Family Plantations: A Research Project Sponsored by the Magnolia Plantation Foundation of Charleston, SC

References
  1. 1930 Census of the United States.

    Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: St. Andrews, Charleston, South Carolina; Roll: 2190 Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 58; Image: 839.0