Nossa Senhora do Pilar (1826)
The Portuguese Brig, Nossa Senhora do Pilar, left Havana (no date recorded) and purchased 352 enslaved people at Little Popo (no date recorded). The captain, Luís de Silva, sailed the vessel back toward Rio de Janeiro as intended, when it likely landed in May 1826. Only 335 people survived the Middle Passage. For more information, see Map of 1826.
As Referenced in Voyages
TNA, FO84/55, Chamberlain, 26.08.16.