When I received the report from Ms. Riffel, I summarized her research and sent it to my aunt Onita. As she began to write the history of the family she wondered how the family became Catholic and decided to research Thomas Mulledy. Onita learned that he was a Jesuit priest who served as president of Georgetown from 1829 until 1837. She also discovered the Butlers in the Jesuit Plantation Project.
The Jesuit Plantation Project consists of plantation records that were digitized by the students in the American Studies Department of Georgetown University. They are records of White Marsh, Newtown, St. Thomas Manor's and St. Inigoes. My Butler family was enslaved on St. Inigoes. Those documents included an inventory, manifests, profiles of the slaves, chronology, resources a bibliography and the diary of Brother Mobberly