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Stateburg and its people

Thomas Sebastian Sumter

Stateburg and its people

by Thomas Sebastian Sumter

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Published by Sumter Print. Co. in [Sumter, S.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Stateburg (S.C.)
    • Subjects:
    • Church of the Holy Cross (Stateburg, S.C.),
    • Stateburg (S.C.) -- Description.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Other titlesSome old Stateburg homes.
      Statementby Thomas S. Sumter; Some old Stateburg homes, and The Church of the Holy Cross, by John R. Sumter.
      ContributionsSumter, John Rutledge, 1860-1941.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF279.S8 S95 1949
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 116 p.
      Number of Pages116
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6045535M
      LC Control Number49003467
      OCLC/WorldCa3690877

      She grew up in Stateburg a stone’s throw from Route Mary Boykin Chesnut, born Mary Boykin Miller, published her Civil War diary as a “vivid picture of a society in the throes of its life-and-death struggle.” She described the war from within her upper-class circles of Southern planter society, but included all classes in her book. The State and its people. Baden-Württemberg is a great place to live. Creativity in its people, beauty in its landscapes. Baden-Württemberg is poor in natural resources, but its population is overflowing with ingenuity, inventive spirit and an appetite for hard work. The creativity and ingenuity of its people, their skill and expertise, their.

      The Stateburg Historic District is a historic district in Stateburg, in the High Hills of Santee area near Sumter, South Carolina in the United includes two National Historic Landmarks, Borough House Plantation and the Church of the Holy Cross, and at least eight contributing properties within its boundaries. On Febru , it was added to the National Register of Historic to NRHP: Febru   Hi, we're Whitney and Faye, and we're book lovers. We've been friends for a few years and have mountains of inside jokes to prove it. Friends brought together by a mutual love of books. Books and booze, actually. Not that we love all the same things, Whitney .

        In , Stateburg lost its bid to become the state’s capital by just a few votes. Despite the setback, the community remained prosperous due in part to its productive cotton fields, as well as the leadership of men like Brigadier Gen. Thomas Sumter, who earned “Fighting Gamecock,” after his fierce fighting style against the British Author: Bill Fitzpatrick.   Thomas Sumter (Aug – June 1, ) nicknamed the "Carolina Gamecock" (after his house was burned down and he went on a rampage of killing British soldiers), was a hero of the American Revolution and went on to become a longtime member of the Congress of the United en: Col. Thomas Sumter.


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[Sumter, S.C.], [Sumter Print. Co.], []. Original data: Sumter, Thomas S. [Stateburg and itsS.C.: Reprinted in its original form by Sumter Print. Co., c South Carolina Sumter County Stateburg Stateburg is located in Sumter County east of the City of Sumter on US In the s, when the Legislature decided to move the state capital from Charleston to the central part of the state, Stateburg lost by only a few votes to a place called Granby's Ferry on the Congaree River.

Granby's Ferry soon became Columbia, which is still the capital. The book has pages printed in 6 1/2 X 9 1/4 inch format. Volume 10 consists of 7 chapters plus an introduction to the history of Sumter County. The book does not cover the city of Sumter. That is a future project.

Chapter 1 -- Stateburg to Pinewood -- Western Sumter County Chapter 2 -- Privateer and Concord Townships -- South Sumter. The Sumter County Courthouse is located in Sumter, South searching for genealogy records be sure to check the following counties as they were created from Sumter County: Clarendon County in and Lee County in Learn More About State of South Carolina Court, Tax, Land and Probate Records.

The Clerk's Office DOES NOT DO RESEARCH. Most staff will assist people in finding. Thomas Sebastian Sumter, Stateburg and its People (Sumter, SC: Sumter Printing Company, ) Information contributed by Gazie Nagle.

National Register of Historic Places - Statesburg – Nomination form - PDF - submitted in – Photographs, architectural overview. Stateburg and Its People by Thomas S. Sumter Stateburg and Its People by Thomas S.

Sumter (pp. ) Review by: A. History. Stateburg is located within a larger area in which many notable colonial & early South Carolinians owned homes to which they escaped the summertime malaria & other illnesses, High Hills of the s, after the South Carolina General Assembly decided to move the state capital from Charleston to the central part of the state, Stateburg lost by only a few votes to a place County: Sumter.

The accounts shared above were all “lifted” and slightly paraphrased from Stateburg and Its People, a compilation of previous notes, letters, articles, and writings attributed to Thomas Sebastian Sumter and John Rutledge Sumter, the great-grandsons of the General, published in The portions of the book that are relevant to our research.

great-grandson knew some of the Turkish people by name, including the elderly widows of both Benenhaley and Scott, who lived near where the great-grandson was born and grew up.

Great-grandson Sumter authored a newspaper article, “An Interesting Peo-ple,” for the Watchman and Southron () and his book, Stateburg and Its Peo-Author: Terri Ann Ognibene, Glen Browder.

William Ellison Jr., born April Ellison (c. April – December 5, ), was a U.S. cotton gin maker and blacksmith in South Carolina, and former black slave who achieved considerable success in business before the American Civil eventually became a major planter and one of the medium property owners, and the wealthiest black property owner in the state.

Caption on map of plantations along the Santee River in Upper St. John's Parish, SC Suzanne Cameron Linder, Historical Atlas of the Rice Plantations of the ACE River Basin - (Columbia, SC: South Carolina Department of Archives and History, ) Order Historical Atlas of the Rice Plantations of the ACE River Basin - Henry A.

Smith, The Historical Writings of Henry A.M. In the first line of the message please put the name of the book from which you are requesting the look up. 3) Please understand that information provided Stateburg and its People: Sumter County Cemeteries: Sumter County Cemeteries: Sumter County Cemeteries.

Thomas Sumter, a native of Virginia, moved to South Carolina in the s and made a home for himself in Stateburg, about 13 miles northwest of downtown Sumter. He earned the nickname "Gamecock General" for his fierce fighting tactics during the Revolutionary War while serving in the Second Regiment of the Continental Army in South Carolina.

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In the spring of she published Eliza Pinckney, a small volume containing extracts from a precious old letter-book and a narrative of such charm that few realize its shortcomings in research. Next she turned to The Life and Times of William Lowndes of South Carolina, (), an uncritical study of her grandfather which is not.

The church still has its original organ constructed by Henry Erben. It is one of the few Erben organs in existence in the U.S. The church is located North Kings Hwy.

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