Manuscript Collection

Miller Family Papers - Accession 204 - M90 (115-116)

Title

Miller Family Papers - Accession 204 - M90 (115-116)

Authors

Miller Family

Files

Identifier

Accession 204 - M90 (115-116)

Inclusive Dates

1916,1956,1967

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Collection Size

75 pieces

Language

English

Historical Note

The Miller Family is a prominent Rock Hill, SC family. William Joseph Miller was a soldier in the Confederate army, 12th Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers during the American Civil War.

Scope and Content Note

The Miller Family Papers consist of notes on the Miller, Cathcart, and Roddey families, genealogical data on the Lindsay, Stewart, and McCaughrin families, and an American Civil War reminiscence of William Joseph Miller entitled, “My Experience as a Soldier in the Confederate Army. Written at the Request of Barnette, My Only Living Daughter.” Miller served in the 12th Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers of the Confederate Army.

Provenance

The Miller Family Papers were given as a gift to the Archives on August 9,1978 by Mrs. Louise Thomas Miller

Keywords

American Civil War, Miller Family, 12th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers, Cathcart Family, Roddey Family, Lindsay Family, Stewart Family, MCaughrin Family

Copyright

For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.

Miller Family Papers - Accession 204 - M90 (115-116)

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