Aiken loaned $15,000 to the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis in 1856.

He lived in Charleston, South Carolina and owned between 700 and 900 slaves there.

Barbary Aiken [found by SCSU student Kali Preisinger]

Clara Aiken [found by SCSU student Jarisa Hall]

Diana Aiken [found by SCSU student Kali Preisinger]

Eliza Aiken [found by SCSU student Nicole Bredeson]

Lawrence Aiken [found by SCSU student Jordan Aquino]

Martin Aiken [found by SCSU student Ravaughn Perry]

Nat Aiken [found by SCSU student Kali Preisinger]

William Aiken: born in 1840 [found by SCSU student Kali Preisinger]

William Aiken: born in 1865 [found by SCSU student Ravaughn Perry]

Hester Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Bess Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Simon Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

London Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Ned Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Nanny Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Samuel Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Dianah Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Charlotte Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Dixon Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Bella Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Anna Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Sarah Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Frank Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Delilah Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

George Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Tenah Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Jim Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Hannah Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

John Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder] born about 1858

Moses Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Joseph Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

June Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Peter Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder] born about 1858

Katie Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Peter Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder] born about 1833

Rosa Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder] born about 1861

Caesar Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Julius Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Carolina Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

March Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder] born about 1832

Rosa Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder] born about 1856

March Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder] born about 1862

John Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder] born about 1830

Sallie Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Alexander Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Catherine Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Paul Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Robert Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Janet Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Thomas Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Elizabeth Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Rosanna Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Edward Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Jane Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Tyra Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Eli Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Charolette Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Benjamin Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

John Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder] born about 1858

Annie Aiken [found by SCSU student Celeste Snyder]

Anthony Barnwell: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx

Jacob Gaillard: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx

Ann Greggs: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx

Henry Greggs: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx

Tom Greggs: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx

Hezekiah or “Kiah”: “Stolen–a Negro man named Hezekiah or Kiah was stolen from the Camp of the Cheraw and Coalfields Rail Road Company … The negro belongs to Governor Aiken.” [see Charleston Courier, 16 November 1863, 2.]

Charles Jackson: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx

Charles Richardson: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx

Dorcas Richardson: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx

Elizabeth Richardson: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx

Julia Richardson: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx

Rachel Richardson: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx

Sambo Richardson: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx

Victoria Richardson: https://www.historiccharleston.org/visit/museums/aiken-rhett-house-museum.aspx