1786 Spanish Census of the Mobile District

Mobile was a part of Spanish Florida in 1786 and under their control. The Spanish took a number of censuses during their periods of colonial control (1565-1763 and 1783-1821). The following is an extraction of the 1786 census for the area known as Mobile District.

1786 Spanish Census of the Mobile District.csv

Other Names

The following names have no other information

Abraham Walker
Richard Barrow
Godefroy Helveson
Moyse Steddam
Rubin Barrow
Samuel
Adam Hollings
Samuel M???
Henrique Young
Michel Skipper
Richard Tenvin
George Phillips
Joseph Handrige
Thomas Hudson
George Weeklley
Jean Coppingens
Thomas Swafford
Jean Lawrence
Ben Browning
Joseph Battes
Thomas Battes
Jean Baker
Pedro McNamie
Jacob Pybunn
Ben Rolins
Edward Wels
Cornellius Rane
Jean Hunney
Patrick Swillevane
Henrique Snell
Guilleaumo Loyson
Jean Folk
Nathaniel Blackwell
John Johnston
John Wilmberley
Guillermo Whitehead
Shadwick Miney
Franco Miney
Carlos Conneway
Joseph Lawrence
Ezechial William
Guillermo William
Robert Miller
John Randon
Besley Prouet
John Davis
George Philipe
William Prowell
Besley Cheney
Robert Killcrease
Richard Colman
John McGrew
James McGrew
James Dandley
Thomas Wheat
Daniel Johnston

Pardos

The following are listed under the heading of Pardos (Mulatoes)

Bernado
Josh
Agustin
Petit Jean
Los
Honnore
Auguste
Pedro Zenon
Eugene
Hennique
Regis
Isidore
Edouard
Basilio
Bautista
Noel
Romano
Juan Bautista
Santiago
Celestino
Bau Jacob
Juan Bautista
Magdalena
Manta
Catalina
Luisa
Visula
Clara
Rosette
Maria Anna
Genevieve
Julie Panan
Margarita Isis
Isabella
Babet
Lucia
Melanie
Maria Anna
Adelaide
Carlotta
Margaritta
Nanette
Genevieve
Contancia
Angelica
Marie Anne
Maria Juana

Blacks

The following names are listed under Negros

Mongoulas
La Douceur
Manuel Ruiz
Joseph
Franca Mimy
Catin
Nanette
Catalina
Cathos
Fanchon
Louison
Marta Triton
Isabela
Nanette

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