Suckey (b.1723) freed herself and left enslavement in Maryland in 1778. She departed New York City for Port Mattoon [Port Mouton], Nova Scotia on 30 November 1783 with her son Cato.
Some themes her Inspection Roll entry suggest include family experience, migration, and military service.
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