Prolly shouldn't go there, share cropper. From the South Caroliniana Library: "In July of 1865, Edward Barnwell Heyward prepared a remarkable document: a list of 491 enslaved people who were freed from his father Charles Heyward's Amsterdam, Lewisburg, Pleasant Hill, Rose Hill, Myrtle Grove and Ashley Farm plantations on the Combahee River in Colleton County, South Carolina. The list, dated July 1865, was filed with the estate appraisal of Charles Heyward on March 3, 1866. Freed people are listed by name, age, occupation and plantation. The original manuscript is among the Heyward family papers at the South Caroliniana Library, and they share it here for the first time."