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Drayton family papers, 1837-1869

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Poetry: Untitled
Poetry: Untitled Handwritten poem by James Drayton about the Richardson Guards
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Poetry: Untitled
Poetry: Untitled Handwritten poem by James Drayton about a conversation held in a prison between a father and his daughter during the reign of the English King Richard III
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Poetry: Untitled
Poetry: Untitled Handwritten poem by James S. Drayton calling southerners to raise arms against the Union
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Poetry: Untitled
Poetry: Untitled Handwritten poem by "Hall" (James Drayton), urging southerners to fight for the Confederacy
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Poetry: Untitled; "Poetry"; "The Newspaper"; "Beautiful Ballad"
Poetry: Untitled; "Poetry"; "The Newspaper"; "Beautiful Ballad" Handwritten poems by James Drayton. One is untitled, the others: "Poetry"; "The Newspaper"; "Beautiful Ballad" (incomplete)
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Poetry: Untitled; Misc. accounts
Poetry: Untitled; Misc. accounts Handwritten poem by James Drayton on a "Southern Bird"; accounts "due mother"
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Promissory note
Promissory note Promissory note for $2,000 due John Drayton from M.H. Pooser
88.
Prosecution charges
Prosecution charges Charge of absence without leave brought against Victor Neely of Palmetto Battalion
89.
R.L. Brodie to John Drayton
R.L. Brodie to John Drayton Brodie requests Drayton transfer his medical attendance to Fort Johnson, where he will aid enslaved laborers
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R.L. Singletary to John Drayton
R.L. Singletary to John Drayton Singletary wants to know the condition of John Starling's slave(s) at the time of his transfer from James Island to St. Andrew's Parish. The enslaved died soon thereafter.
91.
Receipt
Receipt Receipt showing John Drayton paid tax in kind with corn and fodder
92.
Receipt
Receipt Drayton acknowledges the receipt of $1,015 from brothers-in-law, Thomas and John Drayton
93.
Receipt
Receipt Receipt of six dollars
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Receipt and list of names
Receipt and list of names Acknowledging the receipt of $220 dollars from John Drayton in exchange for six horses. Miscellaneous names listed on back - probably freedmen
95.
Rough plat
Rough plat Rough plat by James Drayton with measurements.
96.
S. Choppin to John Drayton
S. Choppin to John Drayton Drayton is instructed to "attend the laborers employed in the manufacture of Nitre"
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S.S. Stohenthal to Thomas Drayton, May 22, 1863
S.S. Stohenthal to Thomas Drayton, May 22, 1863 Note from Stohenthal accompanying an enclosure of $12.500 (in Confederate Depository Certificate), for Drayton's 108 cotton bales. Enclosure not found.
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Simon [?] Taylor to John Drayton
Simon [?] Taylor to John Drayton Note accompanying a mare sent to Drayton in Columbia.
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Sketch
Sketch Pencil sketch of instrument
100.
Sketch
Sketch Rough sketch by James S. Drayton. Subjects unclear.
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