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A History Of Marlboro County : With Traditions And Sketches Of Numerous Families On CD

A History Of Marlboro County : With Traditions And Sketches Of Numerous Families On CD

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Thomas, J. A. W. A history of Marlboro County : with traditions and sketches of numerous families Atlanta, Ga.: Foote & Davies Co., printers and binders, 1897, 292 pgs. Chapter I. Marlboro county Chapter II. First early settlers Chapter III. Evans, and other families Chapter IV. Other early settlers Chapter V. Other Brownsville families Chapter VI. Pearson Family, and others Chapter VII. Industrial affairs of the early settlers Chapter VIII. The family of Col. Kolb and some of their neighbors Chapter IX. Revolution drawing nigh Chapter X. Several old families Chapter XI. Progress of revolutionary sentiment Chapter XII. Thomas Parker and others Chapter XIII. Progress of Revolution Chapter XIV. Traditions from Col. John Covington Chapter XV. Operations on Pee Dee, 1781. Col. Kolb Chapter XVI. Bishop Gregg Chapter XVII. A chapter of traditions and recollections of Mr. Alfred Parish Chapter XVIII. After the Revolution Chapter XIX. Prominent men after the Revolution Chapter XX. Members of the legislature and other officers Chapter XXI. Scottish settlers. McColls and McLaurins Chapter XXII. Clio Chapter XXIII. Scottish settlers Chapter XXIV. The old court house Chapter XXV. The removal of the court-house to Bennettsville Chapter XXVI. Bennettsville Chapter XXVII. Brightsville Chapter XXVIII. Blenheim Chapter XXIX. The Confederate War Chapter XXX. Early ministers Chapter XXXI. Churches--Baptist Chapter XXXII. Methodist churches Chapter XXXIII. Presbyterian churches Chapter XXXIV. McColl Chapter XXXV. Adamsville Chapter XXXVI. Educational matters Chapter XXXVII. The colored people Chapter XXXVIII. Chapter XXXIX. Down on the twentieth century

 

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