List of slave owners

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The following is a list of slave owners, for which there is a consensus of historical evidence of slave ownership, in alphabetical order by last name.

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  • Ana Gallum, also called Nansi Wiggins (fl. 1811), was an African Senegalese slave who was freed and married the white Florida planter Don Joseph "Job" Wiggins, in 1801 succeeding in having his will, leaving her his plantation and slaves, recognized as legal.[38]
  • Horatio Gates (1727–1806), American general during the American Revolutionary War. Seven years later, he sold his plantation, freed his slaves, and moved north to New York.[39]
  • Edward James Gay (1816–1889), U.S. Congressional representative from Louisiana
  • Ghezo, King of the Dahomey in present-day Benin from 1818 to 1858[citation needed]
  • Sir John Gladstone (1764–1851), British politician, owner of plantations in Jamaica and Guyana, and recipient of the single largest payment from the Slave Compensation Commission.[40][41]
  • Ulysses S. Grant (1822–1885), Union general and 18th President of the United States, who acquired slaves through his wife and father-in-law.[42] On March 29, 1859, Grant went to the St. Louis Courthouse and wrote a manumission paper legally freeing William Jones from slavery. Jones is the last enslaved person to have been owned by a U.S. President.[43]

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  • Ibn Battuta (1304 – c. 1368), Muslim Berber Moroccan scholar and explorer. He enslaved girls and women in his harem.[60]

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  • Nero (37–68 AD), Roman emperor[citation needed]
  • John Newton (1725–1807), British slave trader and later abolitionist.[92]
  • Nicias (470–413 BC), Athenian politician and general. Plutarch recorded that he enslaved more than 1000 people in his silver mines.[93]

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  • Susannah Ostrehan (d. 1809), Barbadian businesswoman, herself a freed slave, she bought some slaves (including her own family) in order to free them, but kept others to labor on her properties.[94]
  • James Owen (1784–1865), American politician, planter, major-general and businessman, he owned the enslaved scholar Omar ibn Said.[95]

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