Jolly, Manson SherrillVariant names
Manson Sherrill Jolly was from Anderson County, S.C. He was a farmer until he joined the Confederate Army in 1861. He served in Company H of the 1st S.C. Infantry Regiment and Company F of the 1st S.C. Cavalry. He was an "unreconstructed rebel" and moved to Texas in 1866. He married Elizabeth Mildred Smith in 1868. In 1869, he died in a drowning accident in Texas.
From the description of Manson S. Jolly Papers, 1861-1965, (bulk 1866-1869). (Clemson University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 39018854
|creatorOf||Jolly, Manson Sherrill. Manson S. Jolly Papers, 1861-1965, (bulk 1866-1869).||Clemson University Libraries, Robert Muldrow Cooper Library|
|referencedIn||Paget, Elise Mauldin. The Paternal Ancestry of Elise Mauldin Paget, wife of James Manchester Paget and daughter of Benjamin Franklin Mauldin and Mary Eliza Daniel Reed ; [ca. 192u?]||University of South Carolina, System Library Service, University Libraries|
|referencedIn||Trowbridge, Charles Tyler, 1835-1907. Charles T. Trowbridge reminiscences, [ca. 1892].||South Carolina Historical Society|
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