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Thomas Grange Simons III, His Forebears and Relations

Thomas Grange Simons III, His Forebears and Relations

In 1835 he was admitted to the bar and began his law practice. I know that it should have been delivered to Mr Wm Smith our Representative, but his well known attachment to the Brittish Interest has prevented my putting it into his hands, he is a Man whom every sincere friend of his Country despises, tho we all cannot but acknowlege that he is a man of abilities and more is the pity that they are thus prostituted. Ann Curtis was born in 1690 in Annapolis, Maryland and died on 9 Jun 1770 in Charleston, South Carolina. Bechtol, Kint, Schaffer, Schegal, Winters 10695 Sidfrid, D K Sidfrid, D. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Vol 37, 1936 , p.

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Southern California Genelaogical Society: Library Catalog: Family Histories

Thomas Grange Simons III, His Forebears and Relations

Prior to 1952, the South Carolina Historical Magazine was known as the South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine. Please click thumbnail to see family line. Funny thing is, some of my ancestors named Butler were from that general vicinicy. He died October 3, 1746 at Goose Creek Plantation and was buried at the Chapel. Lescot, Minister; Mr, Blancher, Godfather, snd Mrs.

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Thomas Grange Simons III, His Forebears and Relations

Guess she may have later married a Simons but I do not see anything about it in the book. He was speaker of the house in the South Carolina legislature when the Civil War began. Published by: South Carolina Historical Society. After the war, he and his son, James, Jr. Issued quarterly by the South Carolina Historical Society, the Magazine publishes refereed articles—both interpretive essays and edited primary documents—as well as solicited book reviews, book notes, and catalog records of the South Carolina Historical Society's recently processed manuscript collections.

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Thomas Grange Simons III, His Forebears and Relations

Sophia Wiggington was born in 1702 and died in 1774. Your web page may appear once its content has been reviewed by our editors. A difference with then Governor Pickens barred the way to longer active service befitting his rank and position, but Simons cheerfully volunteered as a private soldier in the Marion Artillery. The 1lth was a girl born 1st of March, 1712, in our house on our Middleburg plantation; was baptized by Mr. This man we desire that you will make a Justice of the Peace.

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Thomas Grange Simons III, His Forebears and Relations

Prileau, Minister, on Monday, 3rd of Jan. Mary Lee Cruzier, Godmother; and was named Mary. Sanders 43795 Montgomery, D 15 p. After the war Simons became President of the State Society of the Cincinnati as well as continuing his law profession. . Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1989, pp. For example, if the current year is 2008 and a journal has a 5 year moving wall, articles from the year 2002 are available.

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Thomas Grange Simons III, His Forebears and Relations

Thomas Grange Simons III, His Forebears and Relations

Here, we provide links to online genealogies of South Carolina slaveholders. Union of America 31 p. In this Bussiness I am in hopes that a reccollection of Genl Washingtons past Services may be called in, In his behalf and that he may be dealt with as tenderly as possible. Scott Bible 51023 1 p. The 13th was a boy born the 1Sth of July, 1715, and was baptized at Charles Town by Mr. He enjoyed a career in the field of public health. He served as chairman of the South Carolina Board of Health, a member of the Charleston, South Carolina City Council and was a member of the faculty of the South Carolina Medical College.

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Benjamin Simons

Thomas Grange Simons III, His Forebears and Relations

George and Hasell, Godfathers, and Mrs. Hasell, Minister; myself and wife and Miss Briban Dupree, godfather and godmothers; and her name was Esther. James Simons married Sarah L. James Simons 1813-1879 of Charleston, S. Powered by Miva Script 3.

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Thomas Grange Simons III, His Forebears and Relations

Discovering the country from which your Simons ancestors originated can often yield additional clues for the meaning of the surname. If you host the Simons blog or web page, please link to this surname-focused resource. Mary Esther Simons departed this life the 15th of April, 1737, and was buried at Pompion Hill church. The search for enslaved ancestors requires research in the records of slaveholding families. He was the commanding officer of the Confederate defenses at Morris Island during the first attack at Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861. The Fifth is a girl born on Tuesday, 21st of April, 11599, at 6 o'clock in the evening in the house at Middleburg Plantation; baptized by Mr, Prioleau, Ministers; Mr, Josias Dupree, Jr.

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Janaway Genealogy Bookstore SIMONS Thomas Grange Simons III; his forebears & relations; By Robt. B. Simons. 211p. 1954;

Thomas Grange Simons III, His Forebears and Relations

I am copying this info in order to preserve it. Descendants lived in South Carolina, Ohio, New York and elsewhere. Lucy Hicks, The 47916 Seawell, B L Mock, Leslie C. Considering the difficultly of travelling the then great distance to the county court house to apply for the deeds of allotment, and the length of time required for the formalities of the large grant to cross and recross the Atlantic, there is no doubt but that these lands were occupied for some time before the dates of record. The 10th was a girl born the 1st of June, 1710, in the house on our Middleburg plantation was baptized 3 weeks after in the church at Pompion Hill by Mr. Hasell; Peter and Ann, his brother and sister, were Godfather and godmother; and was named Benjamin.

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