Robert M. Glover Collection - Accession 1332 - M666 (720)
Accession 1332 - M666 (720)
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Scope and Content Note
This Robert M. Glover Collection consists of records concerning the Crawford and Williams Family descended from Col. Thomas Williams (1789-1868) and Martha White Crawford Williams (1778-1841) of York, SC. Col. Crawford served as Lt. Gov. of SC from 1828-1830 and later moved his family to Montgomery, Alabama. Martha White Crawford Williams was the daughter of Maj. Robert Crawford (1728-1801), uncle of Andrew Jackson. The collection contains photocopies of biographical information including “Major Robert Crawford: Waxhaws Militia-South Carolina Line Revolutionary War” prepared and read before Waxhaws Chapter D.A.R. by Miss Mary Forest McAdams Lancaster, SC in 1949, and excepts concerning the Crawford and Willimas Families (mostly Col. Thomas Williams) from Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution by Bobby Gilmer Moss (1983), Crawford Family Records by William M. Clemens (1914), History of Williamsburg by William Willis Boddie (1923), Biographical Sketches of the Bench and Bar of South Carolina by John Belton O’Neall (1859), and Reminiscences of Public Men in Alabama by William Garrett (1872). The collection also contains family charts and genealogical information, copies of 19th century photographs of family members (many of which were taken by John R. Schorb of York(ville), SC), photocopies of deeds and plats, and other family records related to the Crawford, Williams, and Clawson families predominantly from York, SC and Chester, SC from 1728 through 1949. The collection also includes correspondence between the creator of this collection, Robert M. Glover and genealogists and several representatives of historical organizations in York County concerning the families.
The Robert M. Glover Collection was given to the Archives by Robert M. Glover on March 11, 2008.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Robert M. Glover Collection - Accession 1332 - M666 (720)". Finding Aid 996.