Thomas Dryden Spratt's Recollections of His Family - Accession 715 #69
Accession 715 #69
1700s - 1920s
Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections
1 bound volume; 141 pages
Thomas Dryden Spratt [1804-1884] was a resident of Fort Mill, SC.
Scope and Content Note
Thomas Dryden Spratt's Recollections of His Family is a typescript account of the Spratt Family of York County, South Carolina from the settlement of Thomas Spratt to Mecklenburg County in 1730 from County Down, Ireland through 1875. There are addenda added to the recollections by Zack Spratt that include lineage, Spratt Cemetery list, transcriptions of legal documents, a drawing of puncheons, and a recipe for Johnny (Journey) Cake. The volume also includes "Descendants of Thomas "Kanawha" Spratt" compiled by A. W. Cockrell, Jr. in 1908 and "History of the Old Indian Fort at Fort Mill, S.C." written by Zack Spratt originally published in 1920 and reprinted in 1962.
Gift of Zack Spratt on September 10, 1963.
Genealogy, York County SC History, Fort Mill SC History, Catawba Indian History
For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.
Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Thomas Dryden Spratt's Recollections of His Family - Accession 715 #69". Finding Aid 913.