Pinckney family papers, 1708-1878.


Pinckney family papers, 1708-1878.

Pinckney family papers, 1708-1878.

Correspondence, accounts, receipts, land, legal, estate, and other papers of Charles Pinckney (1699-1758), Elizabeth (Lucas) Pinckney (1721-1793), Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1746-1825), Harriott (Pinckney) Horry (1748-1830), Thomas Pinckney (1750-1828), and other members of the Pinckney and related families. Most of the papers belong to the second generation of Pinckneys and reflect family affairs and plantation life in South Carolina in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Includes six letter books (1791-1814) of Thomas Pinckney containing copies of his diplomatic correspondence as minister to Great Britain, relating to his negotiations with Spain, and covering his command of the 6th and 7th Districts in the War of 1812; and letters and passports (1828-1829) relating to Benjamin Huger's "grand tour" of Europe.

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Pinckney family. (family)

Huger, Benjamin, 1805-1877 (person)

Charleston, S.C. plantation owner, U.S. Army officer, and Confederate general. From the description of Letter : Fort Monroe, to "My dear Major," 1846 May 29. (The South Carolina Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 36866120 Confederate general. From the description of Autograph notes, 1848 Nov. 17 [on opposite page]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269546738 From the description of Autograph letter signed : Fortress Monroe, [18]48 Nov. 28. (Unknown). ...

Pinckney, Eliza Lucas, 1723-1793 (person)

Eliza Lucas Pinckney, daughter of Col. George Lucas of Antigua, was the second wife of South Carolina chief justice Charles Pinckney (ca. 1699-1758). Her daughter Harriott married Daniel Horry. From the description of Letter to Harriott Horry, ca. 1780. (The South Carolina Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 32140198 Wife of Charles Pinckney (d. 1758); resident of Charleston and Belmont (York Co.), S.C. From the description of Papers, 1741-1763. (Duke Univer...

Horry, Harriott Pinckney, 1749-1830 (person)

Daughter of Eliza Lucas Pinckney (1722-1793) and Charles Pinckney (ca. 1699-1758), a prominent South Carolina attorney and state representative. Harriot Pinckney married Daniel Horry (d. 1785), owner of Hampton Plantation, and their children were Daniel Huger Horry (1769-1828), who changed his name to Charles Lucas Pinckney Horry, and Harriott Pinckney Horry (1770-1858), who married Frederick Rutledge (1769-1821). From the description of Harriott Pinckney Horry diaries, 1793-1815. (T...

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, 1746-1825 (person)

After serving as a brigadier general in the Continental Army, Pinckney held several legislative and diplomatic posts before being placed in command of all federal forces in the South during the war scare of 1798. From the description of ALS : Harper's Ferry, Va., to James McHenry, 1800 Mar. 20. (Rosenbach Museum & Library). WorldCat record id: 122409546 Pinckney was a South Carolina politician, U. S. Revolutionary War veteran, and member of the U.S. Constitutional Conven...

Pinckney, Thomas, 1750-1828 (person)

Charleston, S.C. attorney, politician, plantation owner, and Revolutionary War officer. He was the son of Charles Pinckney (ca. 1699-1758) and Eliza Lucas Pinckney (1722-1793). Thomas Pinckney was interested in scientific agriculture and authored a number of articles on the subject. From the description of Thomas Pinckney papers, ca. 1790-ca. 1825. (The South Carolina Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 35953391 Charleston, South Carolina attorney, soldier, and politici...

Pinckney, Charles, 1699-1758 (person)

Lawyer of Charleston, S.C.; Chief-Justice of the Province of South Carolina; member of S.C. General Assembley (c.1730-1740); son of Thomas Pinckney and Mary Cotesworth Pinckney; brother of William Pinckney (1704-1766); husband of Eliza Lucas Pinckney; father of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1746-1825), Harriott Pinckney (b.1748), and Thomas Pinckney (1750-1828); owner of land in area known as Craven County, S.C., now extinct. From the description of Charles Pinckney papers, 1735-1802....