David Johnson papers, 1810-1985; (bulk, 1810-1855).

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Johnson, David, 1782-1855. David Johnson papers, 1810-1985; (bulk, 1810-1855).

David Johnson papers, 1810-1985; (bulk, 1810-1855).

Chiefly family letters; including 10 letters, 1810-1815, Columbia and Chester, S.C., from David Johnson's brother, Thomas Johnson, to his mother, Elizabeth Johnson, Union District, re the difficulty of his studies, expectations of boarding with the Rev. [William Bullein] Johnson, and plans to go to Philadelphia; 18 letters, 1830-1854, Columbia, Limestone Springs, and Lockhart Shoals, David Johnson to his son, Edward, re plantation management, requests for provisions, qualifications of a good teacher, the success of a doctor in Charleston in treating the deaf and blind; 2 letters, 14 June and 21 Sept. 1852, Langdon Cheves Johnson to his brother, Edward Coke Johnson, Floyd County, Ga.; and 8 letters, 18 Jan. - 31 Dec. 1866, David William Johnson to his brother, Edward Coke Johnson, re settlement of an estate. Also includes letter, 2 Sept. 1847, Limestone Springs, from Ja[me]s Shields, Hd. Qrts., 1st Brig. Vol. Div., San Augustine, [Mex.], re military activities of the Palmetto Regt. and the death of Pierce Mason Butler; obituary and eulogy of David Johnson, 1855; and typescript volume, 1985, "History of Gov. David and Barbara Herndon Johnson and Their Known Descendants," compiled by Mary W. Johnson.

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Johnson, Thomas, b. 1786

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Johnson, William Bullein, 1782-1862

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Baptist minister and educator, of South Carolina. From the description of William Bullein Johnson papers, 1848-1922. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 30843732 ...

Johnson, Edward Coke, 1808-1882

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Johnson, David, 1782-1855

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Governor of South Carolina, 1846-1848; native of Virginia; planter, of Union District, S.C. From the description of David Johnson papers, 1810-1985; (bulk, 1810-1855). (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 30843718 ...

Johnson, Elizabeth Dabney, b. 1765

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Butler, Pierce Mason, 1798-1847

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South Carolina banker, U.S. Army officer, and South Carolina governor. Pierce Mason Butler spent much of his military service at Fort Gibson, Oklahoma, and in 1838 was named agent to the Cherokees. From the description of Letter : Fort Gibson, Okla., to J.C. Spencer, Washington, D.C., 1842 Dec. 27. (The South Carolina Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 32144186 Governor of South Carolina and army officer. From the description of Pierce Mason Butler papers, ...

Johnson, Langdon Cheves, 1819-1869

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Shields, James, 1806-1879

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Born in Ireland, came to Illinois in 1823 and was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1832 practicing in Kaskaskia. He served as Assoc. Justice of the Supreme Court; state auditor, 1841-1843; Brig. Gen. in the Mexican War; U.S. Senator from Illinois, 1858-1861 when he resigned to accept a commission as Brig. Gen, with the Illinois Volunteers. From the description of Letters, 1844-1853. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 54848368 Shields was an Illinois l...

Johnson, Mary W.

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Johnson, Barbara Asbury Herndon, 1788-1837.

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Johnson, David William, 1815-1902

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United States. Army. South Carolina Regiment

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