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Scope and Content Note
The Addie Stokes Mayfield Papers consist mostly of photocopies of genealogical material collected and prepared by Winthrop Training School graduate (1933) and Winthrop College graduate (1937) Addie Stokes Mayfield (1916-1999) related to the Moore, Stokes, Rawlinson, Hutchinson, Caldwell, Springs, and Baxter families primarily from Rock Hill, SC. The genealogical entries span mostly from 1791 to 1983. The materials consists of biographical data and narratives on family members, lineage and family charts, genealogical notes, bible entries, correspondence and applications to the Huguenot Society of South Carolina, Daughters of the American Revolution, and the Children of the Confederacy, etc., and nomination of the Stokes-Mayfield House (Rock Hill, South Carolina) to the National Register of Historic Places. The subjects of the biographical sketches include Dr. James Richmond Stokes (1877-1949), Harriet Baxter Rawlinson (1849-1933), Joel Woodward Rawlinson (1822-1888), Jane Moore Rawlinson (1820-1892), Addie Hutchinson Rawlinson Stokes (1883-1960), Walter Joel Rawlinson (1845-1928), Addie Hutchinson Caldwell Rawlinson (1851-1884), Dr. William Shakespeare Moore (1791-1867), and Harriet Baxter Springs Moore (1802-1832).
The Addie Stokes Mayfield Papers were donated by Addie Stokes Mayfield on December 8, 1983.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Addie Stokes Mayfield Papers - Accession 548". Finding Aid 1119.