Society of the Cincinnati in the State of South Carolina

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The Society of the Cincinnati is an American military, patriotic, beneficent and social organization formed in May 1783, in New York by commissioned officers of the Continental Army, with George Washington as its first president. The constituent society in South Carolina was organized that same year, and held its first meeting in Charleston in August 1783. Gen. William Moultrie was the first president of the South Carolina Society of the Cincinnati.

From the description of Records of the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of South Carolina, 1782-1996. (The South Carolina Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 70978639

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associatedWith Florida (Cruiser) corporateBody
associatedWith Gist, Mrs. person
associatedWith McCullough, E. H. person
associatedWith Ogier, Maria Willard Grayson, 1814-1887. person
correspondedWith Pinckney, Robert Quash, 1802-1860 person
associatedWith Preston, John Smith, 1809-1881. person
correspondedWith Simons, James, 1813-1879 person
correspondedWith Simons, James, 1839-1919 person
associatedWith Smith, D. E. Huger person
associatedWith South-Carolina State Society of Cincinnati. corporateBody
associatedWith Stevens, Daniel, 1746-1835. person
correspondedWith Tilghman, Tench, 1810-1874 person
associatedWith United States. Continental Army corporateBody
Place Name Admin Code Country
United States
South Carolina
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Patriotic societies
Fraternal organizations
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Active 1782

Active 1996

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