Thomas Allicott, Jr.
Stefan Bielinski

Thomas Allicott, Jr. was born on September 13, 1799. His father was a slave and his mother was named Catherine.

In June 1818, Thomas Sr. purchased the time of his son, "a negro boy," from attorney Stephen Lush. The price of Thomas's freedom was $130.

Thomas Allicott, Jr. may have been listed in the city directory for 1830 as a waiter living on Chapel Street. His fate after freedom is unknown!



the people of colonial Albany Sources: The life of Thomas Allicott, Jr. is CAP biography number 412. This profile is derived chiefly from community-based resources. we seek more defining information.

His birth certificate dated January 28, 1800 identified him as the slave of Stephen Lush.

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first posted: 1/15/03