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Pickens family

Works: 7 works in 7 publications in 1 language and 8 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Biography  Sources  Genealogy 
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Pickens and Dugas family ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Deeds, accounts, and other business papers, 1800-1844, of Colonel Andrew Pickens, Jr., lawyer and planter of Columbia, S.C.; lettercopy book, 1843-1845, and scattered business papers of Lewis F.E. Dugas, cotton broker at Augusta, Ga., and Apalachicola, Fla.; scattered business papers and personal correspondence of the family of Governor Francis Wilkinson Pickens (1805-1869), mainly in South Carolina and while he was minister to Russia, 1858-1860, consisting mostly of letters between women of the family; and personal papers and correspondence of his wife, Lucy Holcombe Pickens. Also included are letters of Lucy Pickens concerning the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union
Liddell and Pickens family papers ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence of Jane Hyde Hall Liddell Battle and her daughter, Vinton Liddell Pickens, and other papers of members of the related Liddell, Pickens, Battle, and Hall families. Letters are from Vinton Liddell (Jane Hyde Hall Liddell Battle's first husband) to his mother, Anna Amelia Brubaker Liddell, from Europe and Palestine; letters to daughter Vinton Liddell (later Pickens) from schoolmates in Europe during World War I; letters from Madelon Battle Hancock at the front during World War I; and letters from Anna Forbes Liddell about women's suffrage in North Carolina and from Germany in the 1930s. Pickens family correspondence includes letters from journalist Robert Sylvester Pickens (husband of Vinton Liddell Pickens) in China in 1927, letters from Vinton Liddell Pickens in China in the early 1930s, Dorothy Pike's letters about conditions in England and Ireland in the 1940s, and Cornelia Pickens Suhler's letters about diplomatic service in Germany in the 1950s. Also included are Jane Hyde Hall Liddell Battle's recollections of the years 1864-1949. The addition of 2002 includes many letters relating to World War II both of soldiers in the field and on the homefront; it also includes typed transcriptions of many of the items in the collection as well as year-by-year detailed narratives describing family activities through 1952. The addition of 2005 contains Pickens family correspondence from 1911 to 1992, correspondence transcriptions, and family diaries, writings, and clippings
F.W. Pickens papers by F. W Pickens( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Letter, 6 Sept. 1837, from F.W. Pickens (Washington, D.C.) to Frances L. Greene (Lanesborough, Massachusets), concerns a letter sent to Miss Greene by Judge [Abel Parker] Upshur "on the subject of taking a situation in my family & c ... Since then (or rather before I knew he had written), I have met with a young lady here ready to go on with me, and under the very highest recommendations. Before any expectations may be created in your mind I write to inform you of the fact & regret that the Judge was put to the trouble of writing."
Andrew Pickens papers by Andrew Pickens( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The earliest item dates to the American Revolution: roster, 9 June 1779, "Return of the Detachment Commanded by Col. [Andrew] Pickens," listing total numbers of unnamed officers and soldiers; receipts, 24 Jan. 1780, from several individuals for African American slaves received from Andrew Pickens "as agent for the American Troops at Tarleton's Defeat"; letter, 4 June 1781, "Camp before Augusta [Georgia]," to Maj. Gen. Greene, re position of the enemy and preparation for battle; 3 letters, 22 June and 4 Sept. 1782 and 14 Sept. 1785, Long Cane and Greenwich, to John Martin and Samuel Elbert, governors of Georgia, re protection of the frontier against the Indians and plans for treaties with the "Southern Indians."
Scrapbook, 1857-1960 by Pickens family( Book )
1 edition published in 1961 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Scrapbook, 1857-1960, with newspaper clippings re biography and genealogy of various residents of South Carolina, Georgia and vicinity, including members of the Bacon, Dugas, Pickens, Sheppard, and Tillman families; also includes marriage certificate, 6 Feb. 1833, of Dr. Louis Alexander Dugas, issued in Richmond County (Georgia)
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