Were there any American freedmen who were born in Africa?

Did anyone who made the middle passage survive to live as a freeman in the United States? Or were all black freemen born as slaves in North America?

Wiki (in this article) says yes:

When you say “freeman” are you referring only to those freed after the Emancipation Proclamation? Meaning, is the real question, “were any slaves freed during the Civil War born in Africa?”

The answer is yes, the US officially outlawed the slave trade in 1808. But take a look at the story of the Wanderer. It brought a “cargo” of 409 slaves to the US in 1858. The captain was prosecuted, but not convicted.