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Other free people in early Barnwell District

by Isabel Vandervelde
Vandervelde, Isabel (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Newberry, South Carolina : Art Studio Press, c2001
69 p. : maps.

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Includes indexes.

George Galphin, an Indian trading patriot, was born in Armagh, Ireland in 1709. After coming to America, he had a number of wives including the daughter of an Indian chief, Metawney. One of his slave wives, Rose, gave birth to Barbara ca. 1750. Barbara married William Holmes. Her father, George, died 1 Dec. 1780 in Silver Bluff, South Carolina.

Old Barnwell District, South Carolina included land that is today's Barnwell, Bamberg, Allendale & part of today's Aiken County, South Carolina.

Includes a 1803-1845 manumission book which was copied by Kate Woodward in 1936 as WPA project 65-33-118.

Includes some 1790-1850 census information.

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