Frances Anderson Gilmer Papers - Accession 247 - M104 (133-134)
Accession 247 - M104 (133-134)
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Scope and Content Note
The Frances Anderson Gilmer Papers consists of electrostatic photocopies of the following: genealogical records; biographical sketches; Records relating to the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) and Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR); copy of the “The Revolutionary Soldiers of Catholic Presbyterian Church of Chester County, South Carolina" by Mary Wylie Strange; Diary of S. T. Anderson: Confederate Prisoner of War 1864-1865 by Margaret Anderson Harden (1908). Lt. Samuel Thompson of Anderson (1838-1894) was a Confederate soldier during the American Civil War in Co. D 1st South Carolina Cavalry. The genealogical records relate to the following families: Anderson, Wylie. McCalla, McKown, Yeamans, Moore (i.e., Governor James Moore) and Adair.
The Frances Anderson Gilmer Papers were received as a gift to the Archives on May 23, 1979 by Mrs. Frances Anderson Gilmer.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Frances Anderson Gilmer Papers - Accession 247 - M104 (133-134)". Finding Aid 193.