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Drayton family papers, 1837-1869

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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: Hornby Melodies No. 7
Poetry: Hornby Melodies No. 7 Handwritten copy by James S. Drayton
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Poetry: My Mother
Poetry: My Mother Handwritten poem by "Hall" (James Drayton), about his mother, Mary Middleton Shoolbred
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Poetry: My Brothers Wife
Poetry: My Brothers Wife Handwritten poem by James Drayton, about his brother's wife (Sarah Martha Drayton)
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Inventory
Inventory Inventory of medicines turned over to Dr. Gelzer by John Drayton
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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.
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James Stevens, Jr., to John Drayton
James Stevens, Jr., to John Drayton Stevens, of the Bank of the State of South Carolina, notifies Drayton his account has been credited $457.61
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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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Thomas Lining to John Drayton
Thomas Lining to John Drayton Lining (per clerk), instructs Drayton to receipt for all medicines received
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John Drayton to Thomas Lining
John Drayton to Thomas Lining Drayton certifies that medicines were received in full and are in good order.
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John Johnson to James Drayton
John Johnson to James Drayton Probably meant for Dr. John Drayton, this note states that the Engineer Hospital for sick slaves has been moved from Charleston to Kingstree
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Poetry: My Beloved City
Poetry: My Beloved City Handwritten poem by "Hall" (James Drayton), on the "death" of Charleston. Written for the Charleston Courier.
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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: The Merchant Song
Poetry: The Merchant Song Handwritten poem by "Hall" (James Drayton), describing a week in the life of a merchant
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Poetry: To My Departed Wife
Poetry: To My Departed Wife Handwritten poem by "Hall" (James Drayton), about his deceased wife, Louisa Eleanor Drayton
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Poetry: Loss of the Artic
Poetry: Loss of the Artic Handwritten poem by "Hall" (James Drayton), on the sinking of the liner "Artic"
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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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Poetry: Unititled
Poetry: Unititled Handwritten poem by James Drayton on financial responsibility
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Poetry: Untitled
Poetry: Untitled Handwritten poem by James Drayton about "Autumn Time"
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Poetry: To the Washington Light Infantry on their Departure for Virginia, May 31, 1861
Poetry: To the Washington Light Infantry on their Departure for Virginia, May 31, 1861 Handwritten poem by Drayton, James S., lauding the Washington Light Infantry's march north to face the Union Army