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Drayton family papers, 1837-1869

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Account summary
Account summary Brief record of account between Doctor H.L. Toomer and James Drayton. All billed items are food. Miscellaneous calucations on back.
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B.G. Wilkins to John Drayton
B.G. Wilkins to John Drayton Wilkins requests a list of slaves who died under Drayton's care on James Island, for the use of Board of Slave Claims.
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B.J. Ramage to John Drayton
B.J. Ramage to John Drayton Ramage requests certificates showing the deaths of slaves under Drayton's care.
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Bill
Bill Bill for attorney William Whaley's services to John Drayton, including the restoration of Drayton's plantation, the right to contract with the former slaves, the prosecution and conviction of three freedmen, and the search after silver alledgedly stolen by the former bondsmen.
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Certificate
Certificate A pass allowing John Drayton to move freely in Charleston. Copy
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Certificate
Certificate Kanapaux certifies that Isaac Norwood's wife, Mary and her two sons are "entitled to bounty of the Soldiers Relief Assocation". Calculations for relief on back.
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Certificate
Certificate Certifying John Drayton has taken the oath of alligiance of December 1863
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Certificate
Certificate Certification that James Drayton is an honorary member of the Marion Artillery
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Certificate
Certificate Appointment of James Drayton as Third Corporal in the Charleston Ancient Artillery
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Charles Drayton III., to Mr. Carlisle
Charles Drayton III., to Mr. Carlisle Correspondence from Charles Drayton III., to Mr. Carlisle describing "an slight altercation" between Charles Drayton I., and Banastre Tarleton during the Revolutionary War
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Charles E. Kanapaux to unidentified
Charles E. Kanapaux to unidentified Recommendation for J.P. Droze's application for assistance from the State appropriation. Authored by Charles Kanapaux and signed by William Bull, G. Legare, John Drayton, J.R. Wilson, J. McLeod and W.E. Mikell.
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Circular to 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District
Circular to 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District Geddings requests medical officers write to his office with details on their appointments and contracts. Miscellaneous ration information on back.
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Clifford and Matthews to John Drayton
Clifford and Matthews to John Drayton Clifford and Matthews discuss the lease of Drayton Hall to F.H. Trenholm, his poor performance, and their hopes of replacing him as a lessee
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Clifford and Matthews to John Drayton
Clifford and Matthews to John Drayton Clifford and Matthews request Drayton send them a further power of attorney
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Clifford and Mattthews to John Drayton
Clifford and Mattthews to John Drayton Drayton's attorneys reveal a new lease for Drayton Hall has been agreed with a mining company from the North. They hope to remove the current lessee, F.H. Trenholm, as soon as possible. Fees are due for ejecting Moulton Emery and John Prentice (the first lesses).
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Clothing inventory
Clothing inventory Clothing inventory for an individual. Includes under shirts, night gown, stockings, handkerchief, etc.
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Confederate permission slip
Confederate permission slip Permission from Provost Marshal of Charleston for James Drayton and Louisa Ann Drayton to visit St. Andrews Parish for five days
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Conrad Wienges to James Drayton
Conrad Wienges to James Drayton Writing to Drayton in Texas, Wienges discusses a storm in Charleston, General Daniel Edgar Sickles, the display of the national flag, and the will of "Uncle Jacob"
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Conveyance
Conveyance Conveyance of property by Thomas and John Drayton to James Drayton. Inclusive of a lot on Coming Street and twenty-two slaves
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Diploma
Diploma James Drayton's diploma from Rensselaer Institute, Troy, N.Y., noting his profiency in sciences and land surveying
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