Brief History of The Hood Family - Accession 715 #30
Accession 715 #30
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1 bound volume; 29 pages
Lieutenant John Hood was born ca. 1750 in Lancaster County, S.C. He bought land on Clark's Fork of Bullock Creek in York County, S.C. in 1779. He served during the American Revolution in Colonel Bratton's Regiment under Captain Moffatt.
Scope and Content Note
Brief History of the Hood Family of Upper South Carolina by Dr. William Andrew Hood of Hickory Grove, South Carolina chronicles the Hood family of Lancaster, York, and Chester Counties of South Carolina from the 1700s to 1934. Other family names include Feemster, Mullinax, Plexico, and Shillinglaw among others. In additions to genealogical information the book contains biographical information, and family stories.
Genealogy, Hood Family, Feemster Family, Plexico Family
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Brief History of The Hood Family - Accession 715 #30". Finding Aid 800.