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William Thornton Whitsett papers, 1772-1855 ; 1925-1935.

Author: William Thornton Whitsett
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : Master microform : English
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Speeches, articles, and other historical papers of Whitsett, most of which were presented at family reunions and church anniversary celebrations. Churches represented include the Lutheran, Presbyterian, Quaker, and Methodist communities in Guilford, Alamance, and surrounding counties. Families represented include the Burke, Cheek, Cobb, Cummings, Field, Hall, Hodgins, Kernodle, Ledbetter, Lowdermilk, Osborne, Pugh,
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Genre/Form: Church history
Genealogy
History
Named Person: Johann Gottfried Arends; William Thornton Whitsett; Burke family.; Cheek family.; Cobb family.; Cummings family.; Field family.; Hall family.; Hodgins family.; Kernodle family.; Ledbetter family.; Lowdermilk family.; Osborne family.; Pugh family.; Raper family.; Ross family.; Simpson family.; Stimson family.; Summers family.; Trogdon family.; Wheeler family.; Johann Gottfried Arends; William Thornton Whitsett
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Thornton Whitsett
OCLC Number: 24678696
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#1899).
In part typed transcriptions.
Master microfilm (M-1899) held by: NcU.
Microfilm filmed by University of North Carolina, Library, Photographic Service, 1973.
Description: ca. 150 items.
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Speeches, articles, and other historical papers of Whitsett, most of which were presented at family reunions and church anniversary celebrations. Churches represented include the Lutheran, Presbyterian, Quaker, and Methodist communities in Guilford, Alamance, and surrounding counties. Families represented include the Burke, Cheek, Cobb, Cummings, Field, Hall, Hodgins, Kernodle, Ledbetter, Lowdermilk, Osborne, Pugh, Raper, Ross, Simpson, Stinson, Summers, Trogdon, and Wheeler. Also present are typed copies of 18th century church records of German settlers n North Carolina (in English) kept by John Gottfried Arends (1740-1776).

Microfilm contents: Reel 1. Folder 16.

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