Bragg, Lillian Chaplin, 1895-1967.

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Lillian Chaplin Bragg (1895-1967) was the daughter of Nellie Wallis and Albert Vernon Chaplin, Superintendent of Bethesda Orphan Home from 1876 to 1914. She was a teacher and a journalist for the Savannah Morning News, and wrote many articles on Savannah and Georgia History, several books on local history, and short stories, many of which have some basis in events which occurred in Chatham County.

From the description of Lillian Chaplin Bragg papers, 1858-1967. (Georgia Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 77487695

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associatedWith Bartow, Francis S. (Francis Stebbins), 1816-1861. person
associatedWith Bethesda Home for Boys (Savannah, Ga.) corporateBody
associatedWith Bonaventure Cemetery (Savannah, Ga.) corporateBody
associatedWith Catholic Cemetery (Savannah, Ga.) corporateBody
associatedWith Chaplin family. family
associatedWith Coburn, Charles. person
associatedWith Colonial Park (Cemetery : Savannah, Ga.) corporateBody
associatedWith Hibernian Society (Charleston, S.C.) corporateBody
associatedWith Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870. person
associatedWith Low, Juliette Gordon, 1860-1927. person
associatedWith Martus, Florence. person
associatedWith Mordecai Sheftall Cemetery (Savannah, Ga.) corporateBody
associatedWith Oglethorpe Sanitarium (Savannah, Ga.) corporateBody
associatedWith Owens-Thomas House (Savannah, Ga.) corporateBody
associatedWith Pirates' House (Savannah, Ga.) corporateBody
associatedWith Riley, Alice, d. 1735 person
associatedWith Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences. corporateBody
associatedWith Tomo-chi-chi, d. 1739. person
associatedWith Wanderer (Schooner) corporateBody
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Daufuskie Island (S.C.)
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Birth 1895

Death 1967

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