American Colony Indentured Servants
An American colony indentured servant in the 1600s, 1700s or 1800s can be a difficult personality to find, but if you are looking for genealogical facts about your own ancestors then you have come to the right place. At Price & Associates Genealogical Services, a genealogy company, we provide the ultimate in resources for studying indentured servants and with our Immigrant Servants Database you can rest assured that you have a good chance of finding your ìlong lostî ancestor(s).
An American Colony Indentured Servant in the 1600s
In the 1600s people began immigrating to the United States began. Many of these immigrants were native Englishmen and at the time, English traditions and the English culture provided for indentured servants. It can be difficult to collect genealogical information on these indentured servants as concise records of their names and additional personal information was not always recorded or preserved. At Price & Associates Genealogical Services however, we employ professional genealogists who can help you research your ancestors with a series of genealogical research packages:
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An American Colony Indentured Servant in the 1700s
The 1700s also saw immigrants come to America from England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany and other countries (mostly European). The tradition of indentured servitude continued during this century. An American Colony Indentured Servant in the 1700s can potentially be located in our immigrant servants database.
An American Colony Indentured Servant in the 1800s
It seems that indentured servitude also weaved its way into the 19th century. In 1790, it was estimated that 6% of the people in Kentucky were still indentured servants.¹ Once again, if you are looking for an American colony indentured servant in the 1800s, contact us (1-800-288-0920) to find out how you can get genealogical information that is guaranteed to be accessed via high-quality research.
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