Nova Scotia Archives

African Nova Scotians

in the Age of Slavery and Abolition

''List of Blacks recently brought from the United States of America and settled on the Windsor Road''


Document shows head of household and makeup of refugee families who settled on the Halifax-Windsor Road. In a covering report at the end of 1815, William Sabatier gave the total number of Windsor Road settlers as "actually" 72.

Both Monday Gold and Jacob Gold subsequently spelled their name "Goler" and Moses Obin became Moses "Cobin"

Date: [1815]

Reference no.: Commissioner of Public Records  Nova Scotia Archives  RG 1 vol. 420 no. 133 (microfilm no. 15464)