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1940, 1942, 1948, 1953-1977
Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections
8000 pieces, 4 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of the genealogical material collection and organized by Dr. Guy Bernard Funderburk (1902-1982) a family historian from Lancaster County, South Carolina. The papers include correspondence, linage charts, deeds, wills, census records, cemetery records, U.S. War service records, photographs, maps, newspaper clippings, historical sketches and family narratives, drafts of his Funderburk History and Heritage,and related papers pertaining to Funderburk’s research on the Funderburk family. This collection includes family history information primarily devoted to the Funderburk family , however includes information on the following allied family surnames: Baker; Barrett; Beaver; Belk; Bradley; Bartlett; Davis; Reese; Duke; Efrid; Emerson; Farm; Hodgson; Hunter; Jones; Laney; Lee; Lenoir; Lerchers; Littlejohn; McNeely; Miller; Milligan; Mungo; Parker; Piper; Plyler; Rape; Rockett; Roney; Sapp; Schooldraft; Shute; Smith; Stritzel; Studebaker; Threatt; Walters; Weddell; West; William; Williams;
The papers of Guy B. Funderburk, educator, minister, and author, were deposited by Mrs. Guy B. Funderburk via Janet L. Freeman, Librarian of Wingate College, on 23 September 1983.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Guy Bernard Funderburk Papers - Accession 524". Finding Aid 1129.