SEARCH A DATABASE OF ENSLAVED PEOPLE AT WYE HOUSE, 1770 - 1834
The database contains thousands of entries compiled from several censuses recorded by the Lloyd estate, representing over 500 men, women, and children who lived at the Wye House Plantation between 1770 and 1834. There are hundreds more who lived on other Lloyd plantations on the Eastern Shore, and from these records, we can see the movement of enslaved people between these properties throughout the years.
Created by the
Archaeology in Annapolis Project
University of Maryland, College Park