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Harrison family papers, 1783-1956; (bulk 1783-1877).

Author: Harrison family.
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Chiefly family correspondence, land records and grants, receipts, wills, and genealogical material; including land grants signed by Governor's Guerard, Charles, Pinckney, Rutledge, Drayton, and Middleton.
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Records and correspondence
Named Person: William Beattie; Earle family.; Hampton family.; Harrison family.; James Harrison; John Hampton Harrison; Owens Jenkins; Richard Winn
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Harrison family.
OCLC Number: 42664877
Notes: Plb.
Description: 136 items.

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Chiefly family correspondence, land records and grants, receipts, wills, and genealogical material; including land grants signed by Governor's Guerard, Charles, Pinckney, Rutledge, Drayton, and Middleton.

Land grant, 16 July 1784, re 640 acres of land near the Reedy River, S.C., purchased by Gen. Richard Winn; survey, 11 Dec. 1784, re size and amount of water in the three forks of the Saluda River executed and signed by Andrew Pickens, Teach Bullock, James Jones and James Harrison.

Will, 1814, of James Harrison; contract, 16 Oct. 1830, between John H[ampton] Harrison, Greenville County, S.C., and Owen Jenkins re dismissal of a lawsuit against Owen Jenkins, relinquishing him of any future liability; four receipts, 1831-1835, J.H. Harrison, re purchase of African-American slaves identified by name; document, 11 Feb. 1837, re J.H. Harrison as trustee of Fairview Academy.

Letter, 4 Apr. 1837, Greenville County, S.C., to J.H. Harrison, re postmaster at Cripple Creek Plantation, Greenville County, S.C.; contracts, re freedmen working on Harrison plantations; letter, 3 Mar. 1877, Greenville, S.C., from William Beattie, to J.H. Harrison, re J.H. Harrison's efforts to encourage freedmen to vote for Gov. Hampton; genealogical information, re Harrison, Hampton, and Earle families.

Account book, 1783-1793, re barter economy, plantation expenditures, crop cultivation, purchase and sale of slaves, building a house, and information re land surveys [also available on microfilm, R406].

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