Publications and proceedings 1939-1990 ; 1942-1990.

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Edgefield County Historical Society (S.C.). Publications and proceedings 1939-1990 ; 1942-1990.

Publications and proceedings 1939-1990 ; 1942-1990.

Photocopies of illustrated historical publications re history of Edgefield County produced ca. 1942-1990 for members of the Society; table of contents on first six pages; topics discussed include persons, events, and commemorations associated with the Mexican War and Civil War, as well as memorials to Private Sidney Weeks, Rebecca Calhoun Pickens Bacon, and others associated with the American Revolution. Other topics include Methodist and Baptist churches; Dr. William Bullein Johnson and organization of the Southern Baptist Convention; biographies of judges, governors, soldiers, and others; historic schools, academies, and original site of Furman University; Eliza Mims, portrait painter; historic buildings including home of Gov. John C. Sheppard; Edwards Oil Company, and cultivation of peaches in the area. Also including genealogical sketches of the Brooks, Hammond, Martin, Mims, Nicholson, Norris, Thurmond and related families of the region.

1 v. (0.33 linear ft.) : ill. ; 28 cm.

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Nicholson family.

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Brooks family.

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Edward Oil company (Firm)

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Bacon, Rebecca Calhoun Pickens

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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 ...

Hammond family.

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Martin family.

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Sheppard, John C., 1850-1931.

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John Calhoun Sheppard served as governor of South Carolina 10 July-30 Nov. 1886; Sheppard served as lieutenant governor beginning in 1884 during the administration of his predecessor, Hugh S. Thompson; Sheppard assumed the governor's chair when Pres. Grover Cleveland appointed Thompson Assistant Secretary of the Treasury; Sheppard practiced law in Edgefield, S.C., with his brother Orlando for several decades beginning in 1875. From the description of John C. Sheppard papers, [ca. 189...

Mims, Eliza.

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Furman University

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Thurman family.

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Edgefield County Historical Society (S.C.)

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Weeks, Sidney, Pvt.

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Norris family.

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Horns Creek Baptist Church (Edgefield County, S.C.)

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Mims family.

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