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Gignilliat family papers, 1828-1901.

Author: Gignilliat family.; Norman Page Gignilliat; Charlotte Trezevant Gignilliat
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Consisting chiefly of business correspondence and papers of rice planter Norman Page Gignilliat (1809-1871), of Darien, Ga., and his wife, Charlotte Trezevant Gignilliat (1819-1905), including bills and receipts, 1828-1901, for the purchase of plantation and household supplies; business correspondence of Charleston and Savannah factors providing information on sales of rice, the rice market, and factor-planter
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Records and correspondence
Named Person: James Louis Petigru; Caroline Gignilliat; Elias Marks; James J Slade; Gignilliat family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Gignilliat family.; Norman Page Gignilliat; Charlotte Trezevant Gignilliat
OCLC Number: 30017525
Description: 2,605 items and 18 v.

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Consisting chiefly of business correspondence and papers of rice planter Norman Page Gignilliat (1809-1871), of Darien, Ga., and his wife, Charlotte Trezevant Gignilliat (1819-1905), including bills and receipts, 1828-1901, for the purchase of plantation and household supplies; business correspondence of Charleston and Savannah factors providing information on sales of rice, the rice market, and factor-planter relations; business papers, 1850-1866, indicating Norman Gignilliat's investment in the Roswell Manufacturing Company, a cotton factory destroyed during the Civil War, and including correspondence, 1858-1861, of Charleston attorney James Louis Petigru and the law firm of Petigru & King re settlement of an English estate case, Trezevant v. Broughton, involving Charlotte Gignilliat; correspondence re the education of the Gignilliat children, including letters, 1857-1858, from Elias Marks, South Carolina Female Collegiate Institute, Barhamville, re Caroline B. Gignilliat; and letters, 1874-1875, between Charlotte Gignilliat and James J. Slade, Slade's School for Boys, Columbus, Ga., re the expulsion of Farquar Gignilliat for fighting; and land and legal papers, 1839-1877, Cobb and McIntosh Counties.

Bound volumes, 1843-1885, consisting of bank books of Norman Page Gignilliat and his wife, Charlotte Trezevant Gignilliat; volume, 1864- 1865, containing a "List of Negroes owned by N.P. Gignilliat"; and 6 volumes, 1854-1859, pocket plantation diaries with notes re planting and harvesting, quantities of rice, corn and potatoes harvested, and weather conditions.

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