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Ervin, John Witherspoon 1823-1902

Overview
Works: 3 works in 3 publications in 1 language and 5 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence  Scrapbooks  Genealogy  History 
Classifications: PS3555.R9, 811.4
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posthumous Publications by John Witherspoon Ervin, published posthumously.
Most widely held works about John Witherspoon Ervin
 
Most widely held works by John Witherspoon Ervin
Poems by John Witherspoon Ervin ( Book )
1 edition published in 1971 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
McFaddin family papers by McFaddin family ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Contains correspondence and legal and financial records of the McFaddin family of Clarendon County, S.C., along with papers of related families and persons including members of the Cunningham and Blakeley families. There is also extensive genealogical information on these families as well as allied families of Godfrey, Harvin, Culbertson, Lewers, and other families, mainly of Laurens and Clarendon counties. McFaddin family correspondence (1850-1936) is mainly that of Joseph Sidney McFaddin (1817-1881) concerning legal and business matters. Letters of the 1850s include a few from J.W. and B.J. West in Alabama, and from the law firm of Fitzpatrick & Starke (Troy, Ala.) to McFaddin in Paxville, S.C. Later letters are addressed to McFaddin in Manning, S.C.A letter (1868) from J.W. Laurence in Morgan, Ga., concerns economic conditions there. Correspondence of the 1870s includes one (1873) from J. Galluchat, Jr. regarding collection of rent from one Isaac Prince. A letter of 1896 addressed to "Mc" (J.S. McFaddin, Jr.?) from J.R.A. Whitlock in Vaucluse, S.C., concerns his plans to attend a medical college in Augusta, Ga. Financial records (ca. 1840-1937), mainly those of Joseph S. McFaddin, include many receipts pertaining to the estate of Mrs. Sarah J. McFaddin (his widow) and his guardianship of his [step-daughter] Sarah J. McFaddin (later Mrs. Pinckney Woods). Also included is a tax receipt (1885) of Mrs. Fannie Julia (Harvin) McFaddin for property at Sammy Swamp in Clarendon County; a receipt (1863) to Jay Minto McFaddin; a list of payments to individuals by the Clarendon Board of Relief (1863); and a bill of sale (1842) for a slave named Abram, sold by Jane Potts of Sumter District to L.B. Davis
 
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English (3)