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|Named Person:||John Bachman; Alexander Ketsall Ball; Isaac Rhett Ball; William Clarkson; William Clarkson; William Clarkson; Emma Julia Blum Ficken; Henry Horlbeck; Laura H Jones; Ball family.; Clarkson family.; Hayward family.; Ficken family.; Heyward family.; Horlbeck family.; Rhett family.; Moultrie family.|
|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Esther S Clarkson; John F Ficken; Margaret B Horlbeck Ficken; John Siegling; C L Bachman
|Notes:||The material described in this catalog record is located in the collections of the South Carolina Historical Society, Charleston, S.C.
Photographs removed to the SCHS Visual Material Collection.
|Description:||1 linear ft.|
Ball family papers include a plat (1836) of a lot in Childsbury, S.C. (now extinct); correspondence (1910-1911) of the Alexander K. Ball family; and the genealogical correspondence and research of Isaac Rhett Ball, which includes information on the families of Ball, Rhett, Heyward, and Moultrie, and research on the Cooper River rice plantations of the Ball family. Clarkson family papers include estate records (1832-1849) of William Clarkson (1760-1825?) of Charleston; correspondence and financial records (1838-1847) of William Clarkson (1807-1858); and miscellaneous Clarkson family documents including a bill of sale (1824) for slaves (named in document) sold by Esther S. Clarkson to William Clarkson; and an undated "List of Negroes at Sandy Hill." Ficken family papers include an "'Album of Memory" (1858-1864) presented to Emma Julia Blum (later Mrs. Ficken) by John Siegling, containing poems and inscriptions to her by friends and relatives; a diary (1869) of John F. Ficken, about a European trip; a travel diary (1871) of Margaret B. Horlbeck Ficken (Mrs. John F. Ficken) written during her wedding trip; a biographical sketch (1874) of Margaret B. Ficken written by her friend Emma Julia Blum; and an undated address about the life of Rev. John Bachman, as well as a speech by Miss C.L. Bachman about the mistreatment of John Bachman (her father) by Union soldiers in Cheraw, S.C., in Feb. 1865. Horlbeck family papers include a letter (1864) to Mr. Henry Horlbeck in Columbia, S.C., from Laura H. Jones, about his daughter's schooling at Columbia Female College; and correspondence and legal documents (1874-1877) pertaining to a legal case involving the inheritance of Emma Julia Blum.
- Bachman, John, -- 1790-1874.
- Ball, Alexander Ketsall, -- 1883-1958 -- Family.
- Ball, Isaac Rhett, -- 1912-
- Clarkson, William, -- 1807-1858.
- Clarkson, William, -- 1760-1825? -- Estate.
- Clarkson, William, -- -1824.
- Ficken, Emma Julia Blum, -- 1848-1929.
- Horlbeck, Henry, -- 1800-1872 -- Correspondence.
- Jones, Laura H. -- Correspondence.
- Ball family.
- Clarkson family.
- Hayward family.
- Columbia Female College (Columbia, S.C.)
- Decedents' estates -- South Carolina.
- Inheritance and succession -- South Carolina -- Cases.
- Plantations -- South Carolina -- Cooper River Region.
- Rice -- South Carolina -- Cooper River Region.
- Slaves -- South Carolina.
- Soldiers -- South Carolina -- Cheraw.
- Women -- South Carolina -- 19th century.
- Women -- Education -- South Carolina.
- Europe -- Description and travel.
- South Carolina -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
- Cheraw (S.C.)
- Ficken family.
- Heyward family.
- Horlbeck family.
- Rhett family.
- Moultrie family.
- Childsbury (S.C.)
- Sandy Hill (S.C.)