1824-12-20, Unnamed, Travel (Temporary) Enslaved persons owned by Moses Waddel traveled to South Carolina to transport goods. Partial Transcript: "[December] 20th - marked 3 cotton bales - went to plantation - started negroes and 2 wagons to [South Carolina]."
1861, Lucius Henry Holsey, Male, Travel (Relocation) When the Civil War began, Richard Malcolm Johnston returned to Hancock County from Athens, Georgia and taking Holsey with him. Partial Transcript: "In 1861 when the war began, my owners moved back to Hancock county where I remained until freedom came to the slaves. "
1857, Lucius Henry Holsey, Male, Travel (Relocation) Holsey traveled with his enslaver, Richard Malcolm Johnston, to Athens, Georgia where Johnston was hired as a professor for the University of Georgia. Partial Transcript: "As stated before, in 1857, when my second owner, Mr. T. L. Wynn, died, I became the property of Col. R. M. Johnston. In the early winter of that year he went to Athens, Ga., and became a professor in the State College."