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1500 pieces, .75 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
The Jean C. Agee Papers consists of electrostatic copies of genealogical information, correspondence, legal records, publications, and other papers relating to the following families: Bratton, Clawson, Erwin, Kee (Key), Stroud, Crook, Gillespie, Watson, Hunter, McKinney, Moffatt and Williams. Descendants of these families have settled in Chester County and other regions of the S.C. piedmont district. The collection also includes church histories and/or cemetery records for Fishing Creek church, Hopewell Baptist Church, Bethesda Presbyterian Church, and Purity Church; and an autobiography of Reverend A. M. Cartledge who served as minister of many churches in central and western S.C. The collection represents an excellent reference source for genealogical information concerning the aforementioned families, providing information as far back as the pre-revolutionary
The collection of Jean C Agee, genealogist from Chester County, S.C., was received by the Winthrop Archives on July 25, 1979, as a gift from Jean C. Agee.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Jean C. Agee Papers - Accession 263". Finding Aid 107.