J. Randolph Anderson collection on the Wayne, Stites, and Anderson family
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J. Randolph Anderson collection on the Wayne, Stites, and Anderson family

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Creator: Anderson, Jefferson Randolph, 1861-1950.
Title: J. Randolph Anderson collection on the Wayne, Stites, and Anderson family
Dates: 1753-1960
Extent: 27.11 cubic feet (38 boxes, 5 volumes, 4 oversize boxes, 8 oversize folders)
Identification: MS 0846

Biographical/Historical Note

Richard Wayne (1741-1811) was a Savannah, Georgia, merchant and planter. He was born in Yorkshire, England, and moved to Charleston, South Carolina in 1759, where he married Eliza Clifford. He moved with his family to Savannah in 1789. James Moore Wayne (1790-1867), son of Richard Wayne, was a prominent lawyer in Savannah. He was Mayor of Savannah, Judge of Superior Court, Member of Congress, and President of the Georgia Historical Society for many years. In 1835, he was appointed an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, a position he held until his death.

Richard Montgomery Stites (1777-1813) married Mary Wayne, daughter of Richard Wayne, 1801. Stites was born in New Jersey but moved to Savannah with his mother, Sarah Dennis Stites, who married as her second husband John Young Noel. R.M. Stites was a prominent lawyer in Savannah and one of the early captains of the Chatham Artillery.

George Wayne Anderson (1796-1872) married Eliza Clifford Stites (1805-1865), daughter of R.M. Stites. He was a successful Savannah banker, serving for 40 years as President of the Planters' Bank of Savannah. He declined the position of Secretary of the Treasury under the administration President Andrew Jackson. George Wayne Anderson's son, Edward Clifford Anderson (1839-1876) was called Edward C. Anderson, Jr., to distinguish him from his uncle, Edward C. Anderson (1815-1883). E.C. Anderson, Jr. graduated from the University of Virginia in 1860 with a Bachelor's degree in Law. That same year he married Jane Margaret Randolph of Virginia, a great-granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson. E.C. Anderson, Jr. served with the Confederate Army in the Civil War, rising to the rank of Col. of the 7th Georgia Cavalry. He died in the Savannah yellow fever epidemic of 1876.

Jefferson Randolph Anderson (1861-1950) was the son of Edward Clifford Anderson, Jr. He was educated at the University of Virginia and at the University of Gottingen, Germany, and graduated in 1885 with the degree of Bachelor of Laws. J. Randolph Anderson was a prominent Savannah Lawyer, served in the Georgia Senate, was chairman of the commission for erecting the Oglethorpe Monument in Savannah, President of the Georgia Historical Society, an active member of the Georgia Hussars, and participated in many other cultural, civic, and social activities in Savannah. In 1895, he married Anne Page Wilder, granddaughter of Thomas Butler King.


Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of papers collected by J. Randolph Anderson concerning the Wayne, Stites, and Anderson family. The papers are arranged by family surname, with a combined folio section at the end of the collection. The papers relating to the Waynes begin with the Richard Wayne and Richard Wayne, Jr. papers, 1756-1817. These consist of a sales book, papers of estates for which Richard Wayne the elder was the administrator or executor, and miscellaneous papers. Included in the Richard Wayne papers are documents concerning the Georgia Company, one of the Yazoo companies. Richard Wayne was a charter member and these are his copies.

The James Moore Wayne and Richard Montgomery Stites papers, 1763-1865, consist of correspondence, personal accounts, and legal accounts. The personal papers of R.M. Stites, 1763-1820, consist of family correspondence, papers pertaining to real estate interests, personal accounts, a few plantation (Oryza) accounts, slave sales, letter books, account books, ledger, legal papers, and documents relating to societies and social clubs. Legal cases of R.M. Stites, J.M. Wayne, and other Savannah lawyers consist of hundreds of legal cases, arranged alphabetically by name of either the plaintiff or the defendant. Admiralty cases are listed at the end.

The Anderson family papers include Anderson family correspondence, 1814-1957, which consists of letters between friends and family. The E.C. Anderson, Jr. papers, 1759-1887, consist of E.C.A., Jr.'s business, Civil War, and estate papers. The Jefferson Randolph Anderson papers, 1893-1960, include original speeches and writing by J.R.A., business papers, legal papers, political papers, and papers relating to the Episcopal Church. Genealogy, researched mostly by J.R.A., consists of information relating to the Andersons, the Randolphs, the Jeffersons, and other related families. Memorabilia consists of articles and clippings pertaining to J.R.A., the Anderson family, the Randolph family, and scrapbooks devoted to J.R.A.'s political career. The collection also contains oversize items that relate mostly to the Anderson family. The E.C. Anderson, Jr. Civil War papers (folio), 1862-1864, consist of documents relating to his service with the 24th Battalion of Georgia Cavalry. Confederate Bond Issues (folio), 1861-1864, consist of Confederate bonds of varied value. maps and list of town, garden, and farm lots and their grantees, City of Savannah; and J. Randolph Anderson memorabilia (folio) consist of maps and surveys of Savannah and diplomas awarded to J.R.A. The last items are eight newspapers in loose folio folders, most of which date from 1861-1862.

Boxes 8-18 contain the legal cases of R.M. Stites, J.M. Wayne, and other Savannah attorneys. These legal cases are in alphabetical order. The greatest portion of them are Stites' cases. In many instances it was not possible to determine the attorney; only those names that are specified on the documents are listed, the names following the alphabetical listings. Unless otherwise specified, cases after January 15, 1813, the date of Stites' death, are attributed to Wayne. Among the other attorneys are Jeremiah Cuyler, William Davies, Charles Harris, Venobles Bond, George Woodruff, John Kell, and J.M. Berrien. Persons or companies involved in suits are listed by name of plaintiff or defendant. Some of the folders contain information on interesting facets of Savannah's history, such as George Faries for building the first Baptist Church; Joseph Hill for the contract for building a tall bridge over the Savannah River. At the end of each letter of the alphabet there is a folder in which there is only one or more papers relating to a case. Materials in the miscellaneous folders may relate to the listed cases. Admiralty cases are listed separately.

Also included in the collection are visual materials, arranged in the following order: miscellaneous drawings and images found in the Anderson family papers; photos relating to J. Randolph Anderson's genealogical research concerning the Randolphs, the Stites, and the Anderson; photos of J. Randolph Anderson, including photos of him in the uniform of the 3rd Battalion, Georgia Volunteers and at the unveiling of the Oglethorpe Monument; Anderson and Randolph family photos; photo albums featuring pictures of famous Civil War figures (mostly Confederate) and unknown family members; and folio-sized photos of J. Randolph Anderson (alone and in YMCA or Episcopal Convention group shots) and the Oglethorpe Monument.

The containers of visual materials are noted as "VM" in the collection inventory.


Index Terms

Anderson family.
Anderson, Jefferson Randolph, 1861-1950.
Confederate States of America. Army--Officers.
Deeds.
Estate records.
Georgia--Politics and government.
Lawyers--Georgia.
Legal correspondence.
Letters (correspondence)
Oglethorpe, James Edward, 1696-1785--Monuments.
Photographs.
Politicians.
Randolph family.
Stites family.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.
Wayne family.

Administrative Information

Custodial History

Material was acquired from collector and collector's family.

Preferred Citation

[item identification], J. Randolph Anderson collection on the Wayne, Stites, and Anderson family, MS 846, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Acquisition Information

Gift of J. Randolph Anderson, 1950; Mrs. J. Randolph Anderson, 1951; Page Anderson Platt, 1975.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Georgia Historical Society. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Division of Library and Archives. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Georgia Historical Society as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.


Separated Material

Artifacts were separated and cataloged with the Georgia Historical Society Artifacts Collection. View digital images of artifacts at the end of this collection inventory or search the Digital Image Catalog for further information.


Sponsorship

Encoding funded by a 2012 Documenting Democracy grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

Container List

 

Box

1Richard Wayne and Richard Wayne, Jr. papers, 1756-1817

Richard Wayne. Miscellaneous papers, 1786-1808, undated, 11.0 items.
Estate of Josiah Tattnall, Jr.; Samuel and William Wall, bond to Richard Wayne, 1792; note re slave, Daniel, 1801; two letters of Richard Wayne to his daughter, Mary Stites, re slaves, 1801; statement of Richard Wayne's bond to estate of William Mazyck, 1801; deeds of gift, Richard Wayne to Mary Stites, George Anderson and Eliza Clifford Stites, of slaves, 1805-1808; account books, May 25, 1786-April 25, 1789; ticket of admission to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wayne to Bowen's Phoenix Museum, signed on back Kidder and Bowen, undated.
Richard Wayne. Agreements with Richard M. Stites, 1803-1808, 3.0 items.
Re slaves.
Estate of Richard Wayne, 1808-1818, 38.0 items.
Executors Jamrs M. Wayne, R.M. Stites, George Anderson. mostly accounts.
Estate of Richard Wayne in account with Capt. Lightbourne, 1803-1811, 16.0 items.
Richard Wayne. Lands in South Carolina, 1756-1798, 15.0 items.
Deeds, plat, correspondence
Papers of those for whom Richard Wayne as administrator or agent. Edward Ellington papers, Estate of, 1793-1797, 22.0 items.
Edward Ellington was a rector of Christ Church, Savannah. Some of the papers concern him and the vestry of the church.Includes accounts, sales, inventories (note the list of books), letters, funeral expenses, etc.
Papers of those for whom Richard Wayne as administrator or agent. Edward Ellington papers, Estate of, 1796-1809, 25.0 items.
Edward Ellington was a rector of Christ Church, Savannah. Some of the papers concern him and the vestry of the church.Includes accounts, sales, inventories (note the list of books), letters, funeral expenses, etc.
Papers of those for whom Richard Wayne as administrator or agent.Georgia Company papers. One of the Yazoo companies. Richard Wayne was a charter member and these are his copies, 1794-1797, 10.0 items.
Includes agreement; statement of Joseph Purcell, surveyor, re the land and the Native American territories; proposed rules and regulations; objections to proposed rules and regulations; grant and mortgage; certified copy of the grant; Acts of the States of Georgia..., December 1794 and January 1795; certificate from the secretary of the Georgia company that Richard Wayne has deposited money for one share; letter form Richard Wayne, Jr. to his father, Augusta, February 18, 1797, re a proposed agreement by a Boston group.
Papers of those for whom Richard Wayne as administrator or agent. Robert Robson v. estate of John Morel, 1807-1808, 4.0 items.
Robson's letter requesting Wayne to act as his agent and enclosing some correspondence re the case.
Papers of those for whom Richard Wayne as administrator or agent. Alexander Rantowle's administrator v. Jonathan Bryan's executors, 1783-1805, 7.0 items.
Richard Wayne was administrator of Rantowle's estate. Appraisal and accounts.
Papers of those for whom Richard Wayne as administrator or agent. James Stallings papers, 1785-1806, 16.0 items.
Deeds, correspondence, etc. re land of Stallings, inventory and appraisal of his estate, and accounts with Richard Wayne.
Papers of those for whom Richard Wayne as administrator or agent. Estate of Gen. Anthony Wayne. Vouchers for taxes paid on the property of Gen. Wayne in Chatham and Glynn Counties, Ga. Richard Wayne was the agent, 1787-1810, 22.0 items.
Includes two letters of Isaac Wayne re the taxes, 1787-1809, and a statement of bonds, 1792-1810.
Richard Wayne, Jr. papers. Promissory note of William brown; Richard Wayne's note; receipt to R.Y. Wayne for purchase of aloes, 1800-1817; 1800; 1812-1815; 1817, 4.0 items.
Sales book of Richard Wayne, 1791 January-1809 May
Rice, tobacco, porter, blankets, cotton, etc. Index of names in front.
 

Box

2James Moore Wayne and Richard Montgomery Stites papers, 1763-1865

Correspondence, personal and legal, 1815-1821
Unless otherwise noted, the letters pertain to legal matters. Correspondence are Angelo Lantiz (Santiz?); George Ker, Jr.; address of Daniel Bowen, 1816 (printed broadside); W.M. Gibson; Richard . Habersham; Thomas bible; Yn. Ygue; Valentine Dillon; Henry Dubignon; Ford and DeSaussure; James Dryden; Ludwig Schultz (overseer, re plantation); Ray Sands; Charles S. and J.H. Mey; Catonet and Co.; John McKinnon (personal re land in Jefferson County ).
Personal accounts, 1810-1815, 8.0 items.
Receipts for purchases, etc.
Ledger, 1813-1816, 3.0 items.
Legal accounts. Loose unbound pages with index and leases on a building lot, 1865.
R.M. Stites, correspondence, 1800-1811, undated, 8.0 items.
Correspondents include John Forsyth, enclosing account of his mother with F. Metcalf and Co., 1802; Sanford Barker to Stites re legal affairs, 1806; James Kirk re a claim, 1808; Archibald Woodruff enclosing his account with Sties, 1810; Richard Dennis re personal and family business, 1811; notice of return of a letter posted to England, 1811; regrets that Mr. and Mrs. Stites are unable to accept the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. Telfair, undated.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts. Building materials, 1801-1807, 58.0 items.
Purchased of all sorts of materials for building and finishing houses, including hauling charges. Some materials were also for the plantations.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts, 1808-1812 and undated, 60.0 items.
Purchased of all sorts of materials for building and finishing houses, including hauling charges. Some materials were also for the plantations.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts. Building and repairs, 1805-1817, 66.0 items.
Payments to carpenters, artisans, etc. for building and repairing buildings. Includes agreements with them, with description of the work. Building materials furnished by them are also listed.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts, 1800-1812, undated, 32.0 items.
Dry goods, clothing, tailoring.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts, 1807-1815, 11.0 items.
Livestock.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts. Medical, 1810-1813, 3.0 items.
Doctors Lemuel Kollock and William Parker, druggist; Harral and Coppee.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts. African American records, 1805-1813, 16.0 items.
Receipts, etc. for hire and wages, clothing, medical care (Drs. Lemuel Kollock and Moses Sheftall), jail fees.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts. Portrait painter, 1812, 1.0 items.
Receipted bill from Henry Rauschner for painting two portraits of Stites and framing them.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts. Produce, 1807-1813, 22.0 items.
Cotton, corn, rice (including sieves, staves for barrels, etc.), wine grapes, oats, potatoes, bought, sold or shipped by Stites.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts. Promissory notes and due bills, 1799-1812, 51.0 items.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts. Saddlers, 1808-1811, 4.0 items.
Saddles, harnesses, and fittings.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts. Schooling, 1812, 4.0 items.
Tuition and board.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts. Sundries, 1808-1815, 29.0 items.
Surveying, agricultural tools, guns, groceries, books, paper, blankets, furniture, shoe repair, hotels, subscriptions, shares in the American privateer Mars, agreements with William Mein re rice on Oryza plantation, and library subscription.
R.M. Stites, personal accounts. Wines and liquors, 1808-1812, 10.0 items.
R.M. Stites, real estate, Chatham County, 1805-1811, undated, 8.0 items.
Deeds to property in Savannah and in the county and a statement on Lot 6, 1st Tything, Reynolds Ward.
R.M. Stites, real estate, Chatham Count, 1804-1806, 9.0 items.
Lot 10, 4th Tything, Reynolds Ward. Correspondence re the purchase of the lot, the property of Mrs. Thomas Young of Charleston.
R.M. Stites, real estate, Glynn and Irwin Counties, 1763-1820, 10.0 items.
The property in Glynn County was that of William Hazzard's estate, 1809-1810. The lot in Irwin County was granted to Richard W.C.E. and S.A. Stites, 1820.
R.M. Stites, real estate, ground rent on Lot 2, Columbia Ward, and Lot 15, Washington Ward, 1800-1808, 11.0 items.
Receipts from City Treasurer.
R.M. Stites, real estate, leases, rentals, 1803-1808, 27.0 items.
Lease agreements, rent receipts, etc. for property owned by Stites. One item in the folder, dated August 13, 1806, is a statement of buildings to be insured, description and values.
R.M. Stites, real estate, leases, rentals, 1809-1812, 25.0 items.
R.M. Stites, slaves, bills of sale, 1798-1805, 25.0 items.
Some are clipped together to show chain to title, receipts for sale, etc.
R.M. Stites, slaves, bills of sale, 1806-1809, undated, 23.0 items.
R.M. Stites, slaves, bills of sale, 1810-1812, 28.0 items.
 

Box

3Richard Montgomery Stites papers, continued

Estate papers, 1810-1814, 17.0 items.
Accounts, inventory and appraisal.
Estate papers, 1724-1807, undated, 22.0 items.
Accounts, inventory and appraisal.
Estate papers, 1812-1828, 2.0 items.
Cash books.
Chatham Artillery papers, 1802-1812, undated, 57.0 items.
Most of these papers relate to the erection of the new building for the company (the Laboratory). There are agreements with the carpenter including specifications, receipted bills for materials and an account of expenditures (1807-1809), and two designs for the building, one by Frederick Ball and the other by Isadore Stouff. Stites was chairman of the building committee, and later captain. There is a company roll, squad assignments, a list of subscribers, and a design to head all notices of parades, etc. On the back of the Frederick Ball design is a floor plan of a dwelling house (Stites?).
Cotton, baling of, 1802, 1.0 items.
Petition of citizens of Chatham County to the Legislature of the State of Georgia that cotton for export be baled as a measure against fraud and deception.
John Dennis, estate of, 1807-1841, 6.0 items.
The mother of R.M. Stites was Sarah Dennis, daughter of John Dennis. Her first husband was Richard Stites, her second was John JY. Noel.
Georgia Agricultural Society Lottery, 1810-1812, 28.0 items.
Accounts for supplies, sales of lottery tickets.
Georgia statistics, 1791, undated, 2.0 items.
Population of Augusta, Richmond, Wilkes, and Burke Counties 1791; number of acres in each county in Georgia.
Savannah Anachreontic Society, 1805-1808, 3.0 items.
Bond of Alexander S. Roe et. al. to F.D. Petit de Villers, President of the Savannah Anacheontic Society, April 1807, certificates (cards) that R.M. Stites has paid arrears due the Society, 1805, 1808.
Savannah Ice House, 1803-1810, undated, 44.0 items.
List of original subscribers their own signatures); accounts with David Russell, carpenter, for building the ice house; lease of a wharf lot; receipts for payment of subscriptions; receipts for ice shipping in; lists of paid and delinquent subscribers; tickets that were issued for shares.
Savannah, Reynolds Square, 1810, undated, 2.0 items.
Subscribers to aid the city in improvements of the Filature (Reynolds) Square (signatures), undated. Stites' account for improvements of the square, 1810.
Union Road Company, undated, 2.0 items.
Agreements with John Screven to build the Union Road Causeway and bridge with specifications (Screven's Ferry Road).
Abstracts of compensation to R.M. Stites as Clerk of the U.S. circuit Court, District of Georgia, 1802-1810, 14.0 items.
Accounts, 1791-1810, 60.0 items.
Receipted bills, promissory notes for legal services, etc. Some of these have been placed with individual cases.
Accounts, 1807-1812, undated, 37.0 items.
Accounts, 1796-1812, 8.0 items.
Lists of notes placed with Stites for collection.
Dockets, Executions, Judgments, 1802-1813, 28.0 items.
Chatham County, 1805-1813; Glynn County, 1809-1812; Liberty County, 1802-1810.
Law clerks, 1807, 1811, undated, 6.0 items.
Agreement with Samuel Mordecai as clerk; memos to Mordecai and Bond, and to Mr. Fitch, and others not named.
Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1797-1807, undated, 32.0 items.
Includes Masonic documents.
 

Box

4Richard Montgomery Stites papers, continued

Letter books, 1805-1809
 

Box

5Richard Montgomery Stites papers, continued

Letter book, 1809 October 17-1811 March 30
First few pages contain opinions of judges.
Account book, 1804 July-1808 June
Judgments, personal accounts.
Day book, 1811-1813
 

Box

6Richard Montgomery Stites Richard Montgomery Stites papers, continued

Account book, "Ledger B", 1799-1812
Account book, "Ledger C", 1804-1812
Index to an unidentified ledger
 

Box

7Richard Montgomery Stites papers, continued

Blotter, 1805 May-1807 December
Receipt book, 1802-1809
Contains signatures of many Savannahians.
Index to an unidentified ledger
Docket, State Court, 1799-1813
 

Box

8Legal cases of R.M. Stites, J.M. Wayne, and other Savannah attorneys

Abrahams, Isaac, 1799-1816, 18.0 items.
Wayne and Stites.
Adams, John, 1819, 1.0 items.
Wayne.
Adherman, L.G. and Charles Machin, 1811, 3.0 items.
Alger, Benjamin, James, and Preserved, 1761-1809
Stites. See also Hill, Joseph; Mein, Mackay and Co.
Almy, Jas. G., 1802-1812
Stites. See also Harral, Geo.
Anderson, Geo., 1802-1828
Stites and Wayne. See also Yarnell, Ezekial; Anderson papers.
Armour, Ruth, 1804-1812, undated, 8.0 items.
Stites.
Arnold, Eliza Dennis, 1812, 1.0 items.
Stites.
Atwater, Elihu, 1809-1812, 3.0 items.
Stites.
A-Miscellaneous, 1797-1816, 9.0 items.
Bacon and Malone, 1804-1805, 4.0 items.
Stites.
Baillie, Geo., 1784-1808, undated, 10.0 items.
Stites. See also McLain, Mordecai.
Baillie, James and Gilbert, 1801, 1804, undated, 5.0 items.
Stites.
Baillie, Jno., 1805-1813, 1.0 items.
Stites.
Baillou, Isaac, 1786-1809, 6.0 items.
Stites.
Baird, Jas., 1807-1812, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Ball, Fredk., 1806-1814, 6.0 items.
Stites.
Barker, Geo., 1802-1803
Barker, Jos. Sanford, 1809, 3.0 items.
Stites. Se also Gunn, Christ.; Humphreville, T.B.; Young, Thomas.
Barnes, Robt., 1805-1807, 5.0 items.
Barton, William C., 1816, 2.0 items.
Wayne.
Beecroft, Eliza and Samuel, 1791-1804, 5.0 items.
John Lawson and R.M. Stites. See also Millen, Geo.
Bernady, Pierre, 1807-1812, 4.0 items.
Wayne.
Bertholet, Jno. B., 1812, 4.0 items.
Bessent, Abraham, 1810, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Bishop, Warren, 1810-1811, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Bixby, Nathan, James and Joseph, 1812-1818, 16.0 items.
Wayne and Stites.
Blair, Alexr, 1802-1805, 3.0 items.
Blount, Stephen, 1798-1808, 6.0 items.
estate of. Stites.
Bogert, R. and Thomas glover, 1808, 1.0 items.
Stites. See also Foster, Geo.
Bogert, Peter and Henry Kneeland, 1810-1811, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Bolton, Curtis, 1805-1812, 6.0 items.
Stites.
Bolton, Robert and John, 1790-1806, 54.0 items.
Stites.
Bolton, Robert and John, 1803-1815, undated, 58.0 items.
Stites and Wayne.
Bourquin, Henry, Benedict, David, Wm. H., estate of Henry Bourquin, 1779-1812, 15.0 items.
Stites. See also Mall, Mgt.
Bowen, Elijah, 1800-1801, 19.0 items.
Stites.
Bowen, Jabez, Jr. and Sr., and Oliver, 1794-1806, 4.0 items.
Bowers, Giles, 1912, undated, 2.0 items.
Bowman, Jno., 1800-1811, 6.0 items.
 

Box

9Legal cases of R.M. Stites, J.M. Wayne, and other Savannah attorneys

Brailsford, Wm., 1805-1810, 5.0 items.
Stites, See also Potter, Jno.; Tunno, Adam.
Brown, Allen, 1810-1811, 5.0 items.
Stites.
Brown, Jno., 1811-1812, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Brown, Stratford and Robert, estate of, 1796-1797, 5.0 items.
Bryan, Arthur, 1791-1811, 9.0 items.
Stites.
Bryan, Jos., 1805-1807, 4.0 items.
See also Crawford, Wm.; Bulloch, Mary; and Bulloch, W.B.
Bulloch, William B., 1797-1809, 3.0 items.
Bunch, Samuel G., 1811-1814, 4.0 items.
Wayne. See also Johnston, Jas.
Burkhalter, Jesse, overseer for Nathaniel Hall, 1804-1806, undated, 4.0 items.
Stites.
Burnett, Jno., 1784, undated, 2.0 items.
Bussey, Benjamin, 1802-1810, undated, 4.0 items.
Lawson, Jno. and Stites.
Butler, Pierce, 1796-1815, 17.0 items.
Stites.
Butler, Shem and Thomas, 1770, 1802, 4.0 items.
B-Miscellaneous, 1798-1815, undated, 44.0 items.
Caig, Jno. and Robert Mitchell, Savannah, ship agents, 1802-1812, 8.0 items.
Stites. See also Gasciogne, Rich.
Carnochan, Jno., 1805-1812, 10.0 items.
Stites.
Cater, Thos., 1805-1808, 4.0 items.
Catonet, Peter, 1783-1817, 51.0 items.
Stites and Wayne. See also Keebler, Joshua in R.M.S. papers.
Chalker, Chas. and Randolph, 1805-1811, 4.0 items.
Stites.
Charlton, Thomas Usher Pulaski, 1804, 1817, 4.0 items.
Includes two letters from William H. Crawford, 1817.
Chrystie, Adam, 1806, 1810, 6.0 items.
Stites and Notel.
Church, Silvanus, 1811, 2.0 items.
Davies and Stites.
Collett, E.J., 1804, 2.0 items.
Copp and King, New York, N.Y., 1804-1805, 6.0 items.
Couper, Jno., 1803-1808, 4.0 items.
See also March, Geo.
Courvoisier, Francis, 1784, 1790, 2.0 items.
See also Catonet (Peter).
Cowles, Wm. and Thomas Jones, 1804-1812, 6.0 items.
Walker and Stites.
Crane, Elijah, 1809, undated, 3.0 items.
Crawford, Jno., bills of exchange, 1806, 14.0 items.
See also Vesey, Abraham.
Crawford, Wm., 1800-1811, 6.0 items.
Cray, Scott, 1808-1809, 2.0 items.
Crook, Benjamin, 1806-1809, 6.0 items.
Stites.
Cruger, Nicholas, 1785-1807, 10.0 items.
Stites.
Cumming, Jno., 1803-1811, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Curry, Wylly, land grants and deeds, 1820-1857, 4.0 items.
Cussack, Jno. and Sarah, tax receipts, 1788-1801, 8.0 items.
C-Miscellaneous, 1795-1812, undated, 21.0 items.
Davies, William, memorandums for, 1813-1814, 1.0 items.
Davies and Gunn, 1804-1807, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Davis, Jno., Jos., Wm., 1805-1811, 7.0 items.
See also McGee and Howard.
Davison, Crawford, 1806-1810, 3.0 items.
Stites.See also Guerard, Godin.
Demere, Raymond, 1786-1812, 4.0 items.
Stites. See also Mein, Wm.
Dennis, Richd; Dennis and Williams (Thos. F.), 1797-1810, 11.0 items.
Stites. See also Waistcoat, Joel; Bixby, Nathan and Jas.
Deveaux, Peter, 1783-1807, 5.0 items.
Stites. See also Tunno, Adam; Wayne, Richard.
Duffy Patk., 1808-1811, undated, 4.0 items.
Stites.
Dunning and Clay, 1812-1813, undated, 3.0 items.
Wayne and Bond.
Durham, Jane M. and Jeremiah, 1848, 2.0 items.
D-Miscellaneous, 1787-1811, undated, 26.0 items.
 

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Elon, Danl., undated, 3.0 items.
George Woodruff.
Embree, Jno. L. and Benjamin S. Collins, N.Y.C., 1807-1812, 12.0 items.
Stites. See also Irvine, Jno. and Alexr.; Green and Potter.
England, Alexr. and James, 1807-1813, undated, 7.0 items.
Stites.
English, Cornelius, 1807-1810, 3.0 items.
Enoe, Geo., 1802-1812, 5.0 items.
Stites. See also Hartstene, Jacob.
Ernst, Jonathan, 1803-1812, 4.0 items.
Stites.
Eustace, Mgt., 1800-1807, 8.0 items.
Everitt, Joshua and Evans, Savannah, 1807-1810, undated, 7.0 items.
Stites.
Ewell, Jas.; Ewell and Cocke, physician, 1802-1807, undated, 20.0 items.
Stites.
Fairchild, Lewis, 1805-1813, 10.0 items.
Stites.
Faries, Geo., carpenter, 1793-1805, undated, 16.0 items.
Stites.
Fisher, Augusta, Christian H., and Christiana, estate of C.H. Fisher, 1797-1812, 9.0 items.
Stites.
Fort, Dr. Jas., 1806-1809, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Fort Wayne, Savannah, 1809, 1812, 2.0 items.
re painting the barracks.
Foster, Geo. and John; Foster and Stewart, Josiah, carpenters, 1803-1809, 19.0 items.
Stites. See also Van Sinderen and Co.
Fraser, Jno., 1810-1815, undated, 7.0 items.
Wayne.
E-F-Miscellaneous, 1793-1817, 17.0 items.
Garden, Hamilton and Co., 1801-1803, 5.0 items.
Stites.
Gardner, Geo. and Son, Newburgh, N.Y., 1807, 5.0 items.
Stites.
Gardner, Jno., 1796-1807, 12.0 items.
Stites. See also Jones and Simmes.
Gascoigne, Richd., 1800-1804, 7.0 items.
Stites. See also Harris, Robt.
George (Brig), 1805, 2.0 items.
Gibbons, Charles and Joseph, 1805-1810, 3.0 items.
Stites. See also Pinder.
Gibbons, Thos., 1800-1812, undated, 17.0 items.
Stites.
Gibbons, Thomas Heyward, 1807, 3.0 items.
Gibson, Wm., 1809, 5.0 items.
Stites. See also Gascoigne, Richd.
Godfrey, Jno. W., 1800-1807, undated, 7.0 items.
Gordon, Ambrose, estate of, 1803-1809, 2.0 items.
Stites. See also Howell, Jno.
Gordon, Geo. and Hugh Mackay, 1768-1803, 6.0 items.
Gordon, John, land grant, 1760, 1807, 1.0 items.
See also Houstoun, Sarah.
Graham, Jerusha, 1801-1812, 8.0 items.
Stites.
Graham, Peter and Co., Philadelphia, Pa., 1810-1812, undated, 9.0 items.
Stites.
Gray, Tobias V., 1809-1813, 7.0 items.
Stites. See also Hartstene, Jacob.
Grayhurst, Richd. H. and Jason Harvey, Middlesex Co., England, 1806, 3.0 items.
Great, Evan, (also spelled Grate), 1801-1805, undated, 5.0 items.
Stites.
Green, Dr. Saml., medical bills, 1810-1812, undated, 8.0 items.
Wayne.
Green, Wm., 1811-1816, 4.0 items.
(Wayne).
Green, Enoch A. and Hezekiah Belden, Savannah, 1807-1808, 3.0 items.
Green, Chris., 1816, undated, 5.0 items.
Wayne and R.R. Reid.
Greenhow, Jas., 1791-1792, 3.0 items.
Gribben, John and Patrick, 1806, 1812, 3.0 items.
Stites. See also How and Dimon; Polock, David for John Gribben.
Griffin, Sarah Smith (Mrs. Clinton), 1812, 2.0 items.
See also Green, Samuel.
Guerard, Godin, et. al., estate of Godin Guerard, 1793-1807, undated, 5.0 items.
J.Y. Noel
Gunn, Christopher, 1801-1809, 5.0 items.
Stites.
G-Miscellaneous, 1803-1815, undated, 23.0 items.
 

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Habersham, Hane, freewoman of color; wife of London Dolly, 1777-1811, undated, 9.0 items.
Stites.
Hadlock, Robt, 1800-1808, 10.0 items.
Haist, Geo., 1800-1801, undated, 3.0 items.
See also Saubere, Samuel.
Hamilton and Monnox, 1799-1807, 29.0 items.
Wayne.
Harden, Edwd., 1805, 1812, 5.0 items.
Stites, Daviews and Berrien. See also White, J.E.; Horkins, Henrietta.
Harford, Hy., 1809-1812, 7.0 items.
Stites, Davies, and Berrien.
Harrall, Geo., apothecary, 1805-1813, 7.0 items.
Stites, Davies, and Berrien.
Harris, Robt. and Sarah, mariner, 1790-1801, undated, 57.0 items.
Stites.
Harper, Thos., 1811, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Harrison, Jas., Jno., Martha, 1806-1809, undated, 7.0 items.
Stites.
Hart, Benj., 1811-1812, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Hartstene, Jacob, 1809-1812, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Henry, Chas., 1807, 4.0 items.
promissory notes.
Hicks, Isaac and Oliver H., 1804, 1810, 2.0 items.
Hill, Jos., 1785-1812, 31.0 items.
innkeeper.
Hill and Ponce, 1810, 1812, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Hills, Williford and Co., 1803, undated, 9.0 items.
Holmes, David G., tailor, 1808, 3.0 items.
Se also Vance, Jno.
Holmes, Jas., 1807-1808, 2.0 items.
Homans, B. and F., 1810-1811, 2.0 items.
Jno. Lawson.
Horskins, Henrietta C., 1807-1810, undated, 7.0 items.
Stites. See also Bourquin.
Hotchkiss, Danl., 1815, undated, 2.0 items.
Wayne and Bond; Wayne and Cuyler.
Houstoun, Sarah, 1804-1812, undated, 12.0 items.
Jeremiah Cuyler, W.B. Bulloch, R.M. Stites.
Howard, Samuel and Charles, 1807-1813, 10.0 items.
R.M. Stites, Wayne and Bond; J.Y. Noel; John Kell.
Howe and Dimon, 1807-1817, undated, 12.0 items.
Wayne and Stites.
Howell, Jno., 1803-1808, 2.0 items.
Stites. See also Catonet, Peter.
Howell, Phillip, 1767-1791, 5.0 items.
Hughes, Humphrey, 1805, 1808, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Hughes, Jno., 1808-1811, undated, 2.0 items.
Hughes, Owen, 1803-1811, 6.0 items.
Stites.
Hulse, Justus, 1811, 2.0 items.
See also Hughes, Jno.
Humphreville, Timothy Butler, 1801-1810, 13.0 items.
woodruff.
Hunt, Hno., estate of, 1804-1807, 10.0 items.
Hunter, Jno., probably two of the same name, 1808-1810, 7.0 items.
H-Miscellaneous, 1769-1815, undated, 25.0 items.
Idler, Jacob, 1803-1811, 3.0 items.
Inglesby, Jas., tailor, estate of, 1792-1793, undated, 8.0 items.
Irvine, John, Alexr., Kenneth, 1806-1812, 6.0 items.
Stites.
Irvine, Smith, habeas corpus, underage enlistment in U.S. Army, 1815, 1.0 items.
Wayne.
Isaac, Robt., deed, 1802-1831, 6.0 items.
Wayne.
Jackson, Ebenezer, 1804-1809, undated, 4.0 items.
Jackson, Jno., estate of, 1805-1812, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Jackson, Simon, free man of color, 1800-1812, 5.0 items.
Stites. See also Nicoll, W.H.
Johnston, Ja., 1793, 1814-1815, 4.0 items.
Wayne. See also Shearman, Edward.
Jones and Simms, 1810-1815
May, Ralph.
I-J-Miscellaneous, 1763-1812, 13.0 items.
 

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Keating, Edwd. and Richd., storekeeper, 1770-1809, 3.0 items.
Stites. See also Tunno, Adam.
Keebler, Joshua, 1810, undated, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Kelly, Patk., undated, 1.0 items.
Berrien brief.
Kevan, Alexr. H., 1799-1801, undated, 5.0 items.
Kincaid, Marian, 1799, 2.0 items.
J.Y. Noel. See also Williamson, J.P.
King, Jno., estate of, 1804-1810, 3.0 items.
Edward Simkins. See also Faries, Geo.
Kneeland, Henry and Co., 1805-1808, 5.0 items.
Stites. See also Bogert and Kneeland.
Knox, Jno., 1802-1803, 4.0 items.
Stites.
Law, Jno., Joseph, Thos. E. Chas., 1780-1812, 11.0 items.
See also Sturges, Oliver for Thos E. Law.
Lawrnece, Dr. Wm.; William Lawrence and Co., two persons: Dr. Lawrence was an apothecary; Wm. Lawrence and Co. were merchants, 1807, 2.0 items.
Leader, Mary, 1805-1812, 4.0 items.
Stites.
Leaver, Mary, re-encroachment on her property, 1806, 5.0 items.
Stites.
Leckie, Alexr., 1803-1820, undated, 7.0 items.
Wayne. See also Nightingale, Jno.; Almy, Jas. G.
Legal forms, 1775, 1779, undated, 13.0 items.
Stites.
Lehiff, Bridget, Maurice, Judith, Ann, 1805-1812, 5.0 items.
Stites. See also Pooler, Ann et. al.
Lewis, H. Gale and Geo., 1800, 2.0 items.
J.M. Berrien brief.
Lillibridge, Oliver M., John, Robert, Hampton, 1798-1812, 21.0 items.
Stites.
Limbert, Wm., 1807, 1811, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Lithgow, Robt., estate of., 1806-1810, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Livingston, Jno. C., estate of, 1810-1813, 1.0 items.
Lord and Hall, Savannah, regarding damaged cotton, 1810, 4.0 items.
Stites.
Love, Dr. Jno., estate of, 1802-1812, 9.0 items.
Stites. See also Robertson, W.H.
Lyon and Morse, Savannah, 1802-1805, 5.0 items.
Stites. See also Powers, Wm.
K-L Miscellaneous, 1761-1856, undated, 31.0 items.
McCall, Thos., 1786-1806, 3.0 items.
McCarthy, Roger, 1803-1811, 7.0 items.
Stites. See also Love, Dr. Jno.
McCullough, Thos., 1805-1806, undated, 3.0 items.
McCullum, Archibald, 1803-1817, undated, 10.0 items.
Wayne and Stites.
McFarlane, Jno., 1800-1811, 13.0 items.
Stites.
McFarlane, Wm., bills and receipts, 1819-1821, undated, 17.0 items.
Wayne.
McGee or Magee and Howard, 1804-1811, 10.0 items.
McGillivray, Jas., estate of, 1803, undated, 5.0 items.
Machin, Jos. and Macintosh, Jno., 1798-1807, 90.0 items.
Stites. See Saubere, Samuel.
McIntosh, Hampden, 1803, 1812, undated, 3.0 items.
See also Seymour and Woolhopter; Pope, Charles.
McIntosh, Jno., 1808-1812, 2.0 items.
McIntosh, Lachlan, Gen. and Major Lachlan McIntosh in this folder, 1794-1812, 6.0 items.
Stites.
McIntosh, Wm. and Wm. Jr., 1792, 1807, undated, 3.0 items.
Mackay, Adam, 1802-1810, 5.0 items.
Stites. See also Hughes, Owen.
McLain (McLane), Mordecai, 1810, undated, 7.0 items.
Stites.
McLean, Jno., 1785-1801, 11.0 items.
Noel.
McLeod, Norman and Roderick, 1802-1811, 6.0 items.
Stites. See also Strong, Benj.
McQueen, Alexr. and Jno., and estate of Mrs. Alexander McQueen, 1793, 1805, 2.0 items.
 

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Maher, Mathias and Morris, 1795-1811, 4.0 items.
See also Brailsford, Wm.; Nightingale, Jno.
Mall, Mgt., estate of, 1799-1811, 10.0 items.
Mallet, Louis, free man of color; marine (protection), 1810, 1.0 items.
Manley, Samuel, estate of, 1807-1814, 2.0 items.
Wayne.
Manson, Andrew, 1812-1817, 5.0 items.
Stites.
March, Geo., 1806-1812, 5.0 items.
Stites.
Mathie, Hugh and Co., Savannah, 1811, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Maxwell, Richd. M., 1807-1808, 3.0 items.
Stites. See also Kneeland, Hy and Co.; Crook, Benj; Robarts, Jas.
May, Ralph; may and Lewis, 1809-1815, 5.0 items.
Wayne.
Mead, Wm. and Ann, 1795-1809, 6.0 items.
Stites.
Mein, Alexr., John, William, 1799-1812, undated, 28.0 items.
Stites. See also Cater, Thos.; Grayhurst and Harvey; Mein, Mackay and Co.
Mein, Mackay and Co., 1799-1811, undated, 16.0 items.
Stites.
Merrill, Uel, 1810-1811, 2.0 items.
Metcalfe, Bernard and F., 1808-1811, 4.0 items.
Stites.
Millen, Geo., 1799-1812, undated, 9.0 items.
Stites. See also Beecroft, Samuel; Plym, Andrew.
Millen, Jno., 1806, 1808, 3.0 items.
Miller, Morris, 1802-1809, 4.0 items.
See also Sill, Jos.
Miller, Phineas and Catherine Greene, re estate of P. Miller, includes J.M. Berrien briefs, 1795-1815, 7.0 items.
Noel.
Miller, Francis S. and William Powers, silver and goldsmith, books, tailoring, 1799-1804, undated, 37.0 items.
See also Powers, William.
Milligan, Wm., 1800, 4.0 items.
Stites. See also Young, Thomas.
Mills, Thos., estate of, 1789-1810, undated, 6.0 items.
Minis, Judith, 1806, 1.0 items.
Montaigut, David, 1791, 2.0 items.
Wayne.
Montalet, Jno., 1803-1804, 2.0 items.
See also Bernady, Peirre; Demere, Raymond.
Montmollin, Jno. S. de, 1799-1807, 10.0 items.
Stites. See also Saubere, Saml.
Morel, Jno. H., 1806, 1812, 3.0 items.
Wayne and Bond.
Morrel, Jas., 1811, undated, 16.0 items.
Morris, Jas. E., 1812, 4.0 items.
George Ihler.
Muter, Robt. and Jas., 1796-1808, undated, 4.0 items.
Thos. Gibbons.
M-Miscellaneous, 1785-1822, undated, 37.0 items.
Neidlinger, Jno., 1812, 1817, 2.0 items.
Wayne. See also Howe and Dimon.
Newell, Thos. and Robt., Savannah, 1805-1809, 5.0 items.
Stites. See also Pinder, Jos. W.
Nicoll, Abimael Y., 1803-1809, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Nicoll, Wm. H., 1811-1812, 3.0 items.
Stites. Includes 3 receipts from J.C. Fremon.
Nightingale, Jno. and Martha, 1804-1816, 9.0 items.
Wayne, Stites, and Noel. See also Leckie, Alexander.
Noel, John Young, 1790-1812, undated, 13.0 items.
Legal-Miscellaneous.
Nunez, Moses, 1760-1810, undated, 4.0 items.
Stites.
O'Connor, Peter, 1809-1812, 3.0 items.
See also Anderson, Geo.
Owens, Owen, 1797-1807, 5.0 items.
See also McLean, John.
N-O Miscellaneous, 1786-1809, 7.0 items.
Pace, David, 1819-1820, 2.0 items.
Wayne.
Peacock, J no. Jr., 1805-1815, 6.0 items.
Winn.
Pearson, John, 1811, 2.0 items.
Pelot, Saml, 1809, 1.0 items.
Petit de Villers, Francois Didier, 1809-1834, undated, 3.0 items.
Stites. See also Catonet, Peter.
Petit and Reingard, Savannah, 1804-1815, undated, 15.0 items.
Stites. See also Catonet, Peter.
 

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Ledger books relating to Folder 282, 3.0 items.
 

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Pilcher, Stephen, estate of, 1812-1818, 4.0 items.
Wayne.
Piles, Jno., estate of, 1801-1811, 5.0 items.
Stites.
Pinder, Jos. W., Rebecca and Wm. Jr., 1805-1810, 5.0 items.
Stites. See also Gray, T.V.
Removed to folder 371.
Planters' Bank of Georgia, Savannah, 1815-1857, 3.0 items.
Includes report on drafts in suspension. Wayne.
Platt, Jas., estate of, 1804-1819, undated, 70.0 items.
Wayne.
Ploughwright, Robt., orders for liquors, 1801, undated, 12.0 items.
Plym, Andrew, 1790-1809, 11.0 items.
Woodruff.
Polock, Isaac and David, 1804-1811, 4.0 items.
Stites. See also Davis, Jno.
Pooler, Ann, John, and Olivia, 1780-1815, 16.0 items.
Stites and Wayne. See also Catonet, Peter.
Pope, Alexander, Benjamin, Charles, 1801-1813, undated, 21.0 items.
Wayne and Stites.
Potter, Danl. B., apothecary, 1807, 3.0 items.
See also Embree and Collins.
Potter, James, promissory notes, 1803, 5.0 items.
Potter, John, 1803-1809, 5.0 items.
J.M. Berrien brief.
Pournel, Jno. P., due bills, 1804-1805, 5.0 items.
Powell, Hopton and Brailsford, 1801, 3.0 items.
Powers, Wm., books stationery, binding, 1798-1804, undated, 46.0 items.
See also Miller and Powers.
Powers, William, circulating library, 1804-1805, undated, 30.0 items.
Price, Jno., 1801-1807, 4.0 items.
Price, Saml. and Yorke, Saml., Philadelphia, pa., deeds, 1801, 1803, 3.0 items.
Putnam, Hy, 1801-1808, undated, 7.0 items.
Stites. See also Mein Mackay and Co.
P-Miscellaneous, 1803-1817, 12.0 items.
Rae, Jas., estate of, 1792-1807, 2.0 items.
Raisin, Phillip F., 1800-1801, 3.0 items.
Rantowle, Alexr., 1811, 3.0 items.
Rattery, Jas., 1802, 1810, 3.0 items.
Raynes, Benj. and Nanch S., 1812, 2.0 items.
Ricardo, Jos., 1803, 1807, 4.0 items.
Rice, Mary, millinery and clothing, 1816, undated, 4.0 items.
Wayne.
Richards, Abram and Co., 1805, 1811, undated, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Richardson, Richard, 1809-1810, 3.0 items.
Roach, Jordan, 1804-1812, 8.0 items.
Stites.
Robarts, Jas. and Davis, 1797-1809, undated, 9.0 items.
Stites.
Robertson, Jno. Howell, estate of; details of house building and carpenters, passim, 1794-1804, undated, 92.0 items.
Stites.
Robertson, Thos., 1799-1807, 5.0 items.
Stites.
 

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Roe and Davies, bills, 1804-1809, undated, 5.0 items.
Roney, Danl., 1807-1811, undated, 11.0 items.
Owen Owens.
Ross, Hugh, 1805-1810, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Ross, Jno. and Co., promissory notes, 1804, 1806, 3.0 items.
See also Williford and Cook.
Russell, Saml., 1807-1812, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Russell, Wm., of the Dominican Republic, 1783-1790, undated, 9.0 items.
R-Miscellaneous, 1796-1832, 23.0 items.
Saubere, Saml., 1800-1803, 11.0 items.
See also Haist, Geo.
Savage, Thos. and Mary Elliott, estate of, 1770-1804, 8.0 items.
Stites.
Savannah Exchange, 1808-1812, 14.0 items.
Stites.
Sawyer, Thos., 1803, 1805, 4.0 items.
Stites.
Scarbrough, Wm. Jr., 1804, 1.0 items.
Scheiffelin, Jacob and Son, 1808-1817, 2.0 items.
Wayne.
Schenck, Peter H., 1812, 1.0 items.
Schermerhorn, Peter, 1807-1811, undated, 2.0 items.
Scheureman, John G., 1803-1812, 4.0 items.
Davies and Berrien.
Schley, Dr. Thos., 1805-1807, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Scott, Jno., cabinetmaker, 1806-1807, undated, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Scott, Jos. Adams, 1794-1815, 11.0 items.
Wayne.
Scott, Wm., 1809-1811, 4.0 items.
Stites.
Scribner, Abraham W. and Co., Savannah, 1810-1812, 11.0 items.
Stites.
Seaman, Thos., 1803, 1811, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Sensey, Chas., free man of color regarding his wife, 1810, 1816, 3.0 items.
Wayne.
Seymour, G.J. and Woolhopter, newspaper publisher, bookseller, 1796-1812, undated, 170.0 items.
Stites.
Shad, Solomon, 1811, 1812, 2.0 items.
Stites.
Shearman, Edwd., 1800-1817, undated, 13.0 items.
includes a J.M. Berrien briefing. Wayne and Stites. See also Williford and cook; Carnochan, Jno.; Tunno, Adam.
Shearer, Matthew, 1801-1810, 4.0 items.
Stites.
Sheftall, Benjamin, Levi, Moses and Sheftall, 1797-1812, undated, 16.0 items.
Stites. See also Smith, William; Tunno, Adam.
Sheppard, Wm., 1807-1808, 2.0 items.
Shick, Eliz., Fredk., Geo., 1793-1812, undated, 9.0 items.
Stites. Included is will of Frederick Shick.
Sill, Jos., 1806-1810, undated, 3.0 items.
Stites. See also Maxwell, R.M.
Sillsby, Daniel, Enoch, Sarah and Abigail, 1800-1816, undated, 8.0 items.
Wayne.
Simons, Montague, Sampson and Saul, 1783-1812, 5.0 items.
See also Bogert and Kneeland.
Simpson, James and Thomas, 1795, 1807, 3.0 items.
Sinclair, Alexr. and Co., 1800-1804, 16.0 items.
Stites.
Small and McNish, 1810-1812, 3.0 items.
Stites. See also Couper, Jno.
Smith, Archibald, promissory notes, 1811-1812, 2.0 items.
Smith, Josiah, 1804-1805, 3.0 items.
Smith, Thos. and Wm., 1800-1811, 11.0 items.
Stites. See also McCarthy, Roger; Merrill, Uel for Wm. Smith.
Smith, William, of S.C., 1804-1806, 11.0 items.
Stites.
Smith and Redman, 1801-1806, 11.0 items.
Stites.
 

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Stackhouse, Saml. H. and Wm., 1807-1809, 4.0 items.
See also Dennis, Rich.
Stead, Benjamin, 1798, 1.0 items.
Thomas Gibbons. See also Telfair, Edward.
Stebbins, Edward, 1801-1802, 3.0 items.
Stephens, Wm. and Charlottes, 1810, 1814, 2.0 items.
Wayne.
Stillwell, Jno., 1809-1811, 6.0 items.
Stites. See also Williams, H.W.
Stillwell, Jos., carpenter, 1808-1811, 6.0 items.
Stites. see also Williams, H.W.
Stites, Richd. Montgomery, v. several persons, 1808-1812, undated, 6.0 items.
Stouf, Isadore, 1802-1815, undated, 10.0 items.
Stites and Wayne.
Strong, Benj. and Joseph, 1806-1812, 10.0 items.
Stites. See also Irvine, Jno., Alexr.
Sturges, Oliver, 1805-1812, 7.0 items.
Stites.
Suder, Peter, 1801-1802, undated, 3.0 items.
Summers, Jno. and Jno. Prosser, 1806, 2.0 items.
Sumner, Job, Jesse, Chas. Pinckney, 1786-1803, undated, 10.0 items.
Swords, Jas. and Thos., 1800-1804, undated, 20.0 items.
Stites and Woodruff.
S-Miscellaneous, 1782-1816, undated, 28.0 items.
Taft and Fisher, 1816-1817, 3.0 items.
Wayne.
Taylor and Rowe, 1797-1804, 2.0 items.
Teasdale, Isaac, 1793-1807, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Telfair, Edwd. and Wm., 1774, 1811, 10.0 items.
Stites. See also Stead, Benjamin.
Thomassen, Pierre, 1807-1808, 3.0 items.
Tiot (Thiot), Chas. and Sarah, 1801-1817, 9.0 items.
Stites.
Triebner, Christian F., 1816-1817, 5.0 items.
Davies and Drysdale, Jeremiah Cuyler.
Tuffts, Gardner, 1791-1812, 14.0 items.
Stites.
Tunno, Adam v. Charles McDonald, 1783-1817, undated, 75.0 items.
Stites.
T-Miscellaneous, 1796-1812, 17.0 items.
Urlsperger, Saml., 1775-1802, 7.0 items.
Stites.
Vance, Jno., 1807-1811, 5.0 items.
Stites.
Van Sinderen, Lawrence and Co., 1804-1816, 9.0 items.
Wayne.
Vesey, Abraham, Eliz. and Joanna, estate of Abraham Vesey, 1800-1806, undated, 14.0 items.
Stites.
Vincent, Thos., 1807-1817, undated, 9.0 items.
Wayne and Bond, Atwater.
Wairight, Eli, 1804-1809, 13.0 items.
Stites.
Waistcoat, Joe, 1805-1809, 3.0 items.
Stites. See also England, Jno.; Williams, T.F.
Wall, Benj., 1799-1812, 17.0 items.
Woodruff; Harris. See also Faries, Geo.; Wayne, Richard.
Washington, Wm., 1811-1818, undated, 10.0 items.
Wayne.
Watt, Alexr. and Co., promissory notes, 1801, 4.0 items.
See also Garden, Hamilton and Co.; Gibbons, Thos.
 

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18Legal cases of R.M. Stites, J.M. Wayne, and other Savannah attorneys

Wayne, James Moore, miscellaneous cases A-Z, 1798-1818, undated, 25.0 items.
Wayne, Richd. Sr., 1788-1811, undated, 29.0 items.
Stites. See also McFarlane, Wm; Plym, Andrew; Wayne, Richard.
Webb, Jno., 1796-1799, 2.0 items.
Weir, Robt., 1803-1804, 2.0 items.
Stites.
White, Jno. Y. and Co., 1805-1809, 4.0 items.
Stites. See also Gray, T.V.
White, Dr. Joshua Elder and Steele, 1803-1818, 10.0 items.
Wayne and Stites.
Whitney, Eli, 1807-1808, 1.0 items.
Stites.
Wilkins, Camillus, 1805-1811, 5.0 items.
Williams, Hy W., carpenter, 1801-1809, 5.0 items.
Williams, Jacob, 1807-1808, 3.0 items.
Stites.
Williams, Jno., city sheriff, 1804-1809, undated, 5.0 items.
Stites. See also Ricardo, Jos.
Williams, Stephen S. and Thos. F., 1774-1812, 8.0 items.
See also Dennis, Richd.; Waistcoat, Joel.
Williamson, Jno. G., 1799, 1.0 items.
Woodruff. See also Kincaid, Marian.
Williamson, Thos., 1805-1806, 1.0 items.
Williford, David and William Cook, Williford and David Stevens, Savannah, 1801-1810, undated, 23.0 items.
Stites. See also Hills, Williford and Co.; Brown, Allen.
Willy, James, 1799-1809, 4.0 items.
Wilson, Leighton, 1814, 2.0 items.
Wayne.
Wood, Jos., 1800, 3.0 items.
Woodruff, George, 1803-1811, 8.0 items.
R.M. Stites as agent.
Wright, Samuel and Rebecca, estate of Samuel Wright, 1805-1811, undated, 32.0 items.
Stites.
Wylly, Alexr. C. and Susannah, 1806-1819, 3.0 items.
Wayne and Stites. See also Almy, J.G.
Wylly, Richd., undated, 3.0 items.
Yarnell, Ezekiel, 1802-1804, 11.0 items.
Stites.
Young, Philip and Co., 1804-1806, 2.0 items.
Notel. See also Barton, W.C.
Young, Thos. v. estate of John Baker, 1766-1810, undated, 30.0 items.
Young, Thomas v. Sir William Douglass, 1804-1805, 10.0 items.
Chancery.
Young, Thos., in account with David Milligan, 1793-1805, 3.0 items.
Young, Thos., miscellaneous, 1782-1840, 6.0 items.
Zettler, Nathl., estate of, 1798-1810, 8.0 items.
Stites.
U-Z miscellaneous, 1782-1812, undated, 44.0 items.
Deeds and plat, miscellaneous, many relate to legal cases, 1761-1813, undated, 12.0 items.
John Young Noel, personal, 1794-1810, undated, 12.0 items.
Accounts with Shirtliff and Austin; Noel to R.M. Stites re bank deposit; indenture between John Y. Noel, Sarah C. Noel, and R.M. Stites re the estate of John Dennis; inventory of Noel's library.
 

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19Admiralty cases, 1797-1811

Agatha (Ship); Betsey (Schooner), Bon Pere (Sloop); Caroline (Schooner); Charles (Brig); Dauphin (Ship); Diana (Ship); Dona La Costa; Eagle, 1799; 1800, 1802; 1798; 1808; 1808. 1797; 1797; 1811; 1811, 18.0 items.
Eleanor (Schooner), 1807-1809, undated, 12.0 items.
Eliza S. May (Brig), Elizabeth (Ship), 1804; 1795, 2.0 items.
Euphemia (British Brig), 1808-1810, undated, 15.0 items.
Friendship (Schooner), Gipsey (Scandinavian Brig), Gustavius or Mary Ann (Schooner), Hope(Brig), Independence(Schooner), Return(Schooner), 1799; 1810; 1809-1810; undated; 1810; 1800, 9.0 items.
Melpomene (Ship), Minerva (Ship), Peggy (Brig), Penobscot (Brig), Picket (Schooner), Items on the Pilgrim (Brig), 1802; 1801; undated; 1811; 1799. 1804-1809 (missing June 2001), 10.0 items.
Recovery (Brig); Return (Schooner); Sally (Schooner); Topsham (Schooner); William (Ship), J.M. Berrien brief, 1799; 1800; 1800; 1807; 1803; undated, 7.0 items.
Prizes of War. Beaver (Brig), 1799-1810, 8.0 items.
Prizes of War. Franklin (Brig), Grotius (U.S. Supreme Court), Maria del Carmen (Brig), Nordburg (Danish Brig), 1803, undated; 1815; 1812; 1818, 5.0 items.
Prizes of War. Ruger (Ship), J.M. Berrien brief undated; Societe (Swedish Ship); U.S. Brigs Rattlesnake and Enterprize intervening, J.M. Berrien brief, 1814, 2.0 items.
Privateers. Mayflower, Ranger, (Seals of Bahama Islands attached to each), 1803; 1808-1810, 4.0 items.
Privateers. Admiralty. Miscellaneous U.S. v. Cargoes; court costs, etc., 1799-1809, undated, 20.0 items.
Privateers. U.S. Court, Georgia District, miscellaneous notes on various cases; court costs; bills for cleaning the courthouse, 1800-1816, undated, 10.0 items.
 

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20Anderson family papers. Correspondence, George Wayne Anderson papers, 1814-1896

Correspondents are: John Leighten Wilson and wife Jane (from Gaboon, West Africa, re mission there); Mr. Perrier; S.G. Sargent; Samuel B. How (2); George W. Bethune; M.S.R. (2); W.M. Randolph (5); Caro; P.J. Taylor; Edward C. Anderson; G.A. Mercer, 1814-1854, 20.0 items.
Correspondents are: Edward C. Anderson, Jr. (16 from the University of Virginia, re college life; 6 from Europe travel sites); George A. Mercer (1 from Europe re travel sites; 1 letter missing June 2001); G.W. Anderson; Clifford Neff; Wm. T. Feay Jr., 1855-1858, 30.0 items.
Correspondents are: Edward C. Anderson, Jr. (20 from the University of Virginia re college life); James M. Wayne, 1859, 24.0 items.
Correspondents are: Charles Green; E.C. Anderson, Jr.; Kean; E.C. Anderson, 1860 January-July, 24.0 items.
Correspondents are: E.C. Anderson, Jr. (29); T.W. Pollock, 1860 August-September, 31.0 items.
Correspondents are: E.C. Anderson, Jr. (19); S.L.R. (1); Eliza Clifford Stites Anderson (1), 1860 October-December, 21.0 items.
Correspondents are: Mrs. T.J. Randolph to her daughter Mrs. E.C. Anderson, Jr. (5); E.C. Anderson, Jr. (18), 1861-1862, 23.0 items.
Correspondents are: M.B. Cohen; Francis Sorrell; R.W. Stites; Sarah N. Randolph; James M. Wayne; George Wayne Anderson; Mrs. T.J. Randolph (9); E.C. Anderson (11); Mrs. E.C. Anderson, 1863-1868, 28.0 items.
Correspondents are: M.B. Cohen; Francis Sorrell; R.W. Stites; Sarah N. Randolph; James M. Wayne; George Wayne Anderson; Mrs. T.J. Randolph (9); E.C. Anderson (11); Mrs. E.C. Anderson, 1871-1875, 27.0 items.
Correspondents are: E.C. Anderson, Jr. (2); J. Randolph Anderson (6); Aunt Caro; George W. Anderson, Jr. (2); I.S.K. Axson, 1876-1877, undated, 14.0 items.
Correspondents are: George W. Anderson (15); J. Randolph Anderson (6); E.C. Anderson; Chas. S. Rawles, 1878, 23.0 items.
Correspondents are: George W. Anderson (8); J. Randolph Anderson (7); K.B.A.; C.S. Bowcock; James W. Moore, 1879, 18.0 items.
Correspondents are: Sallie; J. Randolph Anderson (13); Anna M. Clarke; E.C. Chisholm; William L. Randolph; N.H. Randolph; John Tracy (4); Chisholm and Erwin, attorneys; W.W. Gordon (2); George W. Anderson, 1880-1886, 22.0 items.
Correspondents are: D. Hopps; Sarah N. Randolph (5); R. Wayne Parker; W.J. de Poincy (2); J. Randolph Anderson; Agnes T. Randolph; George W. Anderson, 1887-1896, 14.0 items.
 

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21Anderson family papers. Correspondence, 1803-1957

Correspondents are: J. Randolph Anderson (5); Henry C. McDowell; Elizabeth W.A. Pringle; William Lawrence; Frederick F. Reese; W.A. Jackson and his mother expressing appreciation to the J.R. Anderson for their kind treatment of W.A. Jackson (1); L.S.B.; George Fahiskie; G.A. Gordon; S.F. Fahiskie; John Moore Walker; Board of Directors, Chatham Savings and Loan Co.; Burton Mansfield; Levi Habrouck; Blanchard Randall; E.C. Collins; john D. Wing; W.S. Connerat; James B. Lawrence; L.B. Price, 1898-1923, 26.0 items.
Correspondents are: Meta; Hollins N. Randolph (2); Archibald Gary Collidge; John W. Suter; J.R. Kean (3); Ernest Milmore Stires (2); Frederick C. Moorehouse; George W. Wickersham; T.B. Phillips; Robert C. Alston; George Wharton Pepper; D.C. Wright (2); J. Randolph Anderson (5); Fannie Jefferson Casey; Page; C.A. Jessup; Warren Kearny; Henry Bush-Brown, district Officer, HABS, to Mr. J.R. Anderson, enclosing data on the Battersby-Anderson house; Henry B. Skeele; M.J. Yeomans; Charles Ellis; Arthur J. Waring; B. Palmer Axson; H. Theodoria Keim; Eleanor Roosevelt; Chas. Groves, 1927-1938, 35.0 items.
Correspondents are: George A. mercer; George Littler (2); Cornelia; Randolph Kean (3); Anson T. McCook; Irvin Hulber; R.B. Carter (3); Bessie C. Randolph; Alex A. Lawrence; Sadie; Lorton S. Livingston; B. Barnwell Cubbedge; Catherine Atkinson; Thomas H. Gignilliat; R.L. Schley; R.D. Page; Thomas Gamble; Oerfield; Sarah O. Adams; David S. Atkinson; John J. Cornell (2); Millard Reese; J. Randolph Anderson (2); C. Rankins Barnes; Sylvan A. Garfunkel; Hugh Hill; Alfred W. Jones, 1940-1957, 47.0 items.
Correspondents are: E.A.W.; Carry; Laurie; Lallie; J.M. Anderson; Caro; M.J. Wayne; Edward (2); Meta; Harry; Helen; Mother (10); M.K. Anderson (3), undated, 33.0 items.
Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1803-1874, undated, 29.0 items.
Includes paper on the culture of bees in Savannah; house plans; slave list.
Louis XVI autographs, undated, 2.0 items.
Recipes, home remedies, etc, undated, 9.0 items.
George Wayne Anderson papers. Deeds, including those of the John Waters estate, 1813-1871, undated, 20.0 items.
George Wayne Anderson papers. Other legal papers, 1853-1865, 5.0 items.
George Wayne Anderson papers. Household accounts, 1838-1869, undated, 19.0 items.
Includes invoices of silverware purchased form Samuel Kirk and wine inventories, 1845-1859; account book of Mrs. George W. Anderson re provisions for and produce from the Grange Plantation, 1834-1845; account book of Mrs. W.W. Gordon with George W. Anderson, re the Grange Plantation, 1843-1851.
George Wayne Anderson papers. Stocks and tax assessments, 1827-1864, 54.0 items.
Includes Confederate stocks and tax assessments.
George Wayne Anderson papers. Business papers, 1819-1858, 37.0 items.
Includes letters of Eliza Mackay to W.W. Gordon, 1832, re sale of Grange Plantation. Ledger (volume 17), 1821-1822, outside of box, with case accounts, credit sales, lists of incoming and outgoing ships with cargoes listed, some commission, some adventures.
George Wayne Anderson papers, 1847-1890, undated, 10.0 items.
Materials relating to the Independent Presbyterian Church. Includes a report of the committee appointed to collect important facts about the church.
George Wayne Anderson papers. Miscellaneous, 3.0 items.
Includes blank form for shipping orders, undated.
 

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22Edward C. Anderson, Jr. papers, 1858-1887

Business papers, 1858-1877, undated, 34.0 items.
Includes E.C. Anderson's account book with Planter's Bank (1861-1863) and Papot wharf contract.
Legal papers, 1837-1874, 9.0 items.
Includes deeds and E.C. Anderson's Civil War pardon.
Writings of E.C. Anderson, 1834, undated, 28.0 items.
Catalogues: The University of Virginia (1857) and The Jefferson Society of the University of Virginia (1859), 1856-1859, 2.0 items.
Miscellaneous materials, 1857-1887, 7.0 items.
Includes travel book, tombstone sketch. commission as major in First Squadron George Cavalry, and resolution by The Cotton Exchange Board mourning E.C. Anderson's death.
Mrs. E.C. Anderson, household and other bills, 1847-1881, 9.0 items.
E.C. Anderson Civil War papers, 1862-1864, undated, 211.0
Contain military correspondence, orders, etc. In addition to correspondence with fellow commanders, letters are from: Josiah Tattnall (1863), W.W. Gordon (1863), Hugh Mercer (1863), George Anderson Mercer (1863), M.C. Butler (1864), and Wade Hampton (1864). See "index of letters on file" in folder 517.
 

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23E.C. Anderson Civil War papers

General Orders issued from the Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office and from the Department of Ga., S.C., and Fl., 1862 July-October, 32.0 items.
General Orders issued from the Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office and from the Department of Ga., S.C., and Fl., 1862 November-December, 27.0 items.
General Orders issued from the Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office and from the Department of Ga., S.C., and Fl.; District of Georgia, 1863 January-March, 33.0 items.
General Orders issued from the Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office and from the Department of Ga., S.C., and Fl.; District of Georgia, 1863 April-July, 29.0 items.
General Orders issued from the Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office and from the Department of Ga., S.C., and Fl.; District of Georgia, 1863 August-December, 32.0 items.
General Orders issued from the Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office and from the Department of Ga., S.C., and Fl.; Headquarter, Colston's Brig., 1864, 35.0 items.
Special Orders issued from Headquarters, District of Georgia; Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office and from the Department of Ga., S.C., and Fl., 1862, 15.0 items.
Special Orders issued from the Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office and from the Department of Ga., S.C., and Fl.; District of Georgia, 1863 January-June, 25.0 items. , 25 items.
Special Orders issued from District of Georgia; Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office and from the Department of Ga., S.C., and Fl., 1863 July-December, 40.0 items.
Special Orders issued from District of Georgia; Headquarters, Colston's Brigade; Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office and from the Department of Ga., S.C., and Fl., 1864, undated, 30.0 items.
Circulars issued from Ordnance; Headquarters, Mil. Dist. of Ga.; Headquarters, Dept. of S.C. and Ga., 1862, 18.0 items.
Circulars issued form headquarters, Mil. District of Ga.; Dept. of S.C., Ga., and Fl.; Ordnance Bureau; Camp Forest; Bureau of Subsistence; Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office, 30.0 items.
Circulars issued from the Mil. Dist. of Ga.; Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office; Colston's Brig, 1864, 15.0 items.
 

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24E.C. Anderson Civil War papers

Court Martials convened at Camp Kilkenny; Camp Lee; Savannah, 1863-1864, 22.0 items.
Cases regarding individual soldiers. Materials are from Augusta; Camp Kilkenny; Camp Lee; Traders Hill; General Hospital No. 1; Isle of Hope; Headquarters, Conscript Dept., 1862-1863, 23.0 items.
Cases regarding individual soldiers. Materials are from headquarters, Conscript Dept.; Camp Semmes, 1864, 20.0 items.
Findings of the Board of Examiners. Reports are from Camp Davant; Camp Kilkenny; Headquarters, Military District of Georgia, 1863, undated, 11.0 items.
Receipts from Ordnance and Ordnance Stores to E.C. Anderson for supplies, 1862-1863, 26.0 items.
Receipts from Ordnance and Ordnance Stores to E.C. Anderson for supplies, 1864, 36.0 items.
Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received by E.C. Anderson, 1863, 11.0 items.
Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received by E.C. Anderson; abstract of articles expended or consumed at the post of the 24th Battalion, Ga. Cavalry, for the second quarter of 1863, 1864, undated, 16.0 items.
Invoices of Hospital Supplies issued to E.C. Anderson, 1862-1863, 5.0 items.
Quartermaster papers, 1862-1863, undated, 7.0 items.
Includes invoices for bounty funds, list of ammunition; and expense voucher to recapture three deserters from the Randolph Rangers.
Rosters and lists of soldiers, 1863-1864, undated, 10.0 items.
Includes names of officers elected at Camp Mercer (1863); roll of officers (1863); names of voters (1863); list of hospital sick (1864).
Adjutant's papers, 1864, 2.0 items.
Includes complaint about spoiled beef.
Undated blank forms, 10.0 items.
Includes invoices of ordnance stores; receipts for soldiers' pay; envelope made from a bond form; certificate for arms and accoutrements.
 

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25E.C. Anderson Civil War papers

Book of general and special orders, issued by E.C. Anderson from Camp Mercer, Camp Forest, Camp Kilkenny, Camp Canouchee, Camp Lee, and Camp Semmes, 1862-1864
Book of expenditures for Randolph Rangers
Includes amounts paid to men, miscellaneous expenses, lists of horses and the men to whom they were assigned, receipt for horses and horse equipment.
 

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26E.C. Anderson Civil War papers. Confederate Imprints
All of these are listed in Confederate Imprints at the Georgia Historical Society by R.B. Harwell (Savannah, 1975).

Unique miscellaneous items not listed in any of the published lists of Confederate items, 1861-1864, undated, 18.0 items.
Includes Index to General Orders from Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office, Confederate States Army, 1862.
Miscellaneous items, 1862-1863, 6.0 items.
Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office, General Orders, 1861-1862, 40.0 items.
Includes orders re uniform and dress of the army (1861); 1862 General Orders Nos. 3,7, 11, 17, 18, 21, 23-27, 29, 31, 35, 43, 44, 48, 53, 54, 57-59, 63-57, 70, 72, 77-79, 82, 83, 93, 109-112.
Adjutant's and Inspector General's office, General Orders Nos. 1-40, 1863 January 3-1863 April 11, 40.0 items.
Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office, General Orders, Nos. 41-80, 1863 April 14-1863 June 9, 40.0 items.
Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office, General Orders Nos. 81-120, 1863 June 11-1863 September 8, 40.0 items.
Adjutant's and Inspector General's Office, General Orders Nos. 121-127, 130-145, 147-159, 161-164, 1863 September 9-1863 December 29, 40.0 items.
Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, General Orders nos. 1-8, 10-25, 28-32, 34, 35, 37-39, 1864 January 4-1864 Marh 27, 34.0 items.
Headquarters, Dept of S.C., Ga. and Fl. General Orders Nos. 42-47, 55-58, 61, 66, 73, 76, 79, 83, 84, 88, 91, 95-97, 103, 115, 117, 120, 122, 123, 125-127, 129, 132, 133, 1862 July 31-1862 December 28, 34.0 items.
Headquarters, Dept of S.C., Ga., and Fl. General Orders Nos. 7, 9, 10, 17-21, 23-35, 27-29, 31, 32, 34-36, 39, 40, 42, 44, 45, 47, 50, 51, 53-56, 58, 60, 52-65, 69, 72, 73, 1863 January 14-1863 May 28, 40.0 items.
Headquarters, Dept. of S.C., Ga., and Fl. General Orders Nos. 75, 77, 78, 82, 83, 85, 87-93, August 20 (unnumbered), 100, 101, 103-105, 107, 109, 112, 114, 120, 122-129, 131-135, 137, 1863 June 11-1863December 28, 39.0 items.
Headquarters, Dept. of S.C., Ga., and Fl. General Orders Nos. 1-3, 5, 8-10, 12, 14, 16, 17, 19, 21-25, 27, 29-31, 33-35, 1864 January 9-1864 March 10, 24.0 items.
See also boxes 37 and 38 (folio) for Army Report and Pay Rolls.
 

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27Estate of E.C. Anderson, Jr.; Jefferson Randolph Anderson papers, 1759-1890;

Berwick Plantation, miscellaneous records, 1872-1877, undated, 49.0 items.
Title deeds to lots, 1759-1881, 18.0 items.
Includes deeds to Lot No. 2 and Eastern portion of Lot No. 3, Wilmington Tything, Derby Ward; Lot No. 10, Jekyll Tything, Derby Ward; 257 acres of land in Wilkes Co.; Lot No. 7 Tyrconnel Tything, Derby Ward; Western half of lot NO. 23, Brown Ward; Lot No. 2, Wilmington Tything, Derby Ward; Eastern half of Lot No. 23, Brown Ward; one-half of Laurel Green and Cedar Hill tract of land, 500 acres.
Title deeds of George W. Anderson, 1853-1887, 7.0 items.
R.H. Anderson, account with estate of E.C. Anderson, Jr., 1876 December-1880 February, undated, 14.0 items.
Includes rents collected and money expended for property repairs.
R.S. Anderson, in account with estate of E.C. Anderson, Jr., 1877, 12.0 items.
Tax receipts, 1873-1876, 15.0 items.
Includes business, real estate, and personal tax receipts.
Estate accounts. Miscellaneous accounts, 1876-1890, undated, 47.0 items.
Administrative papers and rental agreements re Jekyll Tything, Lot No. 10, Derby Ward, 1877-1879, 4.0 items.
Insurance policies, 1877-1878, 9.0 items.
Includes fire insurance policies and receipts for premiums.
Jefferson Randolph Anderson papers, 1896-1940, 20.0 items.
Speeches and writings. Re Ga. Democratic Party (printed); St. Andrews Society; Hibernian Society; Unveiling of Oglethorpe monument; opening speech at the German Club (in German); Midway Church Society; drainage at Brunswick; General Oglethorpe (two copies, one manuscript, one typed); Robert E. Lee; political speech delivered during Anderson's gubernatorial race (2); fiscal matters of Savannah; speech in support of Walter C. Hartridge for county ordinary; Spanish Era in Ga. and in the English settlement in 1733; Reconstruction Era in Georgia (printed); Savannah's First Mayor (delivered at the sesquicentennial celebration of the municipal government of Savannah, march 8, 1940, program attached); Glennville and Carrollton; the railway situation.
Jefferson Randolph Anderson papers. Writings, 1893-1935, undated, 13.0 items.
Includes The Genesis of Georgia(2 copies, one manuscript, one typed); 1893 banking crisis; poem to Page; correspondence re sugar culture in Ga.
 

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28Jefferson Randolph Anderson papers, 1886-1960

Business papers, 1886-1931, 3.0 items.
Includes letter re Savannah and Statesboro Railway Company; receipt for sale of City of Savannah bonds; list of title holders of Lot No. 23, Brown Ward.
Legal papers, 1905-1945, 9.0 items.
Includes announcements of the formation of the law firm of Anderson and Cann; brief of J. Randolph Anderson before the Georgia Supreme Court re Mary Pierce v. Seabord Air Line Railway (printed); schedule of real estate, bonds, deeds, and stocks owned by Telfair Hospital, building contract for residence of J.W. Young; chain of title to Anderson Lot on Ogeechee Canal; chain of title to Berwick Plantation.
Episcopal Church pamphlets and papers, 1919-1946, 19.0 items.
Includes report of J. Randolph Anderson, senior warden, re church documents, securities, and papers; proposed revision of the Book of Common Prayer; Parliamentary Manual for House of Deputies; Register of Officers and Members of the House of Deputies of the General Convention (1925); Prayer Book Amendments (1922); Selected hymns for use at the General Convention (1934); 100th Anniversary service of the Independent Presbyterian Church (1919); by-laws of the Episcopal Church in Diocese of Georgia; Organization and operation of the Episcopal diocese of Georgia.
Episcopal Church publications, 1906-1951, 9.0 items.
Includes The Church in Georgia (November-December 1925, February 1946, September 1950, July 1951); The Church Militant (December 1906); The Living Church (September 1940); The Southern Churchman (August 1950); The Diocese of Georgia (1917); The Spirit of Missions (January 1929).
Political and campaign materials, 1909-1914, undated, 17.0 items.
Includes bills sponsored by J. Randolph Anderson in the Georgia General Assembly; campaign materials from his 1914 gubernatorial race.
Special Appointments and Commissions, 1906-1928, 4.0 items.
Includes appointment to the commission to arrange the celebration of Savannah's bicentennial; Trustee of First District Agricultural and Mechanical School; vocational and education board.
Reports of the Monticello Association and program attending the dedication of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, 1936-1960, 6.0 items.
Miscellaneous, 1845-1950, undated, 26.0 items.
Includes autograph book, 1878; pamphlet re Fort Augusta Monument; pamphlet re History of the Savannah Chapter of the American Red Cross; A Short Account of an Improved Cannon by Daniel Treadwell (1845); ink blotters which advertise several Savannah businesses; financial statement of the estate of J. Randolph Anderson; three American Red Cross certificates of Mrs. J. Randolph Anderson.
 

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29Genealogy

Anderson family, 1803-1937, undated, 17.0 items.
Sketches. Includes biographical sketch of J. Randolph Anderson; Anderson family crest; the Anderson family of Savannah.
Anderson family, 1856-1949, undated, 49.0 items.
Notes and letters re family background.
Bryan family, 1936, 1943, 4.0 items.
Churchill-Flemming, 1932-1940, undated, 154.0 items.
Notes and letters re family background.
Clifford family, 1920-1933, undated, 34.0 items.
Notes and letters re family background.
Dickins family, 1936, 2.0 items.
Field family, 1936, undated, 13.0 items.
Background.
Hines family, 1929-1933, undated, 7.0 items.
Hubard family, 1936, 1.0 items.
Isham family, 1937-1938, 3.0 items.
 

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30Genealogy

Jefferson-Randolph, 1921-1943, undated, 375.0 items.
Notes and letters re family background. 12 of 16 folders.
 

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31Genealogy

Jefferson-Randolph, 1930-1944, undated, 121.0 items.
Notes and letters re family background. 4 of 16 folders.
Jones family, 1935, 1.0 items.
Keith family, 1933-1945, 29.0 items.
Notes and letters re family background.
Meade family, 1937, undated, 4.0 items.
Notes and letters re family background.
Page family, 1933-1940, undated, 9.0 items.
Notes and letters re family background.
Rotch family, 1937, 1946, undated, 3.0 items.
Ruffin family, 1937, 1.0 items.
Stites family, 1932-1933, 17.0 items.
Notes and letters re family background.
Stith family, 1934-1940, undated, 57.0 items.
Notes and letters re family background.
Wayne family, 1927-1933, undated, 13.0 items.
Notes and letters re family background.
 

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32Memorabilia and clippings, 1864-1955

J. Randolph Anderson, special tribute. Copies of Volt-Age, published by the Savannah Electric and Power Company (July 1947 issues )featuring J. Randolph Anderson and a presentation of a silver bowl to Anderson for 56 years of service with the Savannah Electric and Power Company, 2.0 items.
Clippings pertaining to the Randolph and Jefferson families, 1875-1944, undated, 14.0 items.
Photocopies of clippings from 621A.
Original clippings pertaining to the Randolph and Jefferson families, 1875-1944, undated, 14.0 items.
Clippings pertaining to the Andersons, 1892-1949, undated, 152.0 items.
Clippings regarding Christ Church and Independent Presbyterian Church, 1919-1955, undated, 7.0 items.
Photocopies of clippings from folder 624A.
Miscellaneous clippings, 1864-1941, undated, 41.0 items.
Photocopies of original copies from folder 625A.
Original miscellaneous clippings, 1864-1941, undated, 41.0 items.
Original clippings from folders 503, 571, 576, 581, 605, and 606, 1908-1949, undated, 12.0 items.
 

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33Political scrapbooks of J. Randolph Anderson, 1905-1909

Political scrapbook of J. Randolph Anderson, vol. I, 1905-1906, 1.0 items.
Clippings from the Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta Journal, and other Georgia newspapers re Anderson's career in the Georgia House of Representatives.
Political scrapbook of J. Randolph Anderson, vol. II, 1908 June-August, 1909, 1.0 items.
Clippings from Georgia papers re removal of Railroad Commissioner S.G. McLendon and Anderson's support for him; efforts for a stronger prohibition bill to outlaw "near-beer."
 

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34Political scrapbooks of J. Randolph Anderson, 1909-1912

Political scrapbook of J. Randolph Anderson, vol. III, 1909 August-1910, 1.0 items.
Clippings from Georgia newspapers re state's financial condition; Democratic State Convention.
Political scrapbook of J. Randolph Anderson, vol. IV, 1911-1912, 1.0 items.
Clippings from Georgia newspapers re a new prohibition measures; reapportionment; state Democratic Convention; National Democratic Convention.
 

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35Political scrapbooks of J. Randolph Anderson, 1913-1914

Political scrapbook of J. Randolph Anderson, vol. V, 1913, 1.0 items.
Clippings from Georgia newspapers re J. Randolph Anderson's election as president of the state senate; tax reform measures.
Political scrapbook of J. Randolph Anderson, vol. VI, 1914, 1.0 items.
Clippings from Georgia newspapers re Anderson's gubernatorial candidacy.
Memorial scrapbook regarding J. Randolph Anderson
Includes tributes to Anderson, condolences to Mrs. Anderson, and some clippings about Anderson prior to his death. (outside box).
 

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36Anderson family scrapbook

Anderson family scrapbook, 1876-1894, 1.0 items.
Includes obituaries of E.C. Anderson and of George Wayne Anderson; political clippings re J. Randolph Anderson's campaign for the state senate.
 

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37Confederate Army Reports, 24th Battalion, Ga. Cavalry

Weekly Battalion Reports (personnel), 1863, 7.0 items.

Weekly reports (personnel) of Co. A, 1863-1864, 10.0 items.

Weekly reports (personnel) of Co. B, 1863-1864, 11.0 items.

Weekly reports (personnel) of Co. C, 1863-1864, 10.0 items.

Weekly reports (personnel) of Co. D, 1863-1864, 3.0 items.

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1Visual materials

Miscellaneous images and photographs
Includes a small lithograph of a poaching scene, a drawing of a landscape (this is in an envelop labeled "Hugh W. Mercer from George A. Mercer"), a drawing of a fondue pot or dishwarmer (2), caricature of J. Randolph Anderson, a photograph of a Stites grave site, 4 photographs of English homes associated with J. Randolph Anderson's ancestors. These items were originally in folders 503, 504A, 507, 577, 580, 603, and 616.

J. Randolph Anderson photos, Anderson and Randolph family photos, photos relating to J. Randolph Anderson's genealogy research, 37.0 items. . View images: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4.
Includes a photo of J. Randolph Anderson in uniform of Company B, Third Battalion, Georgia Volunteers, June 18, 1892; photos and postcards of the unveiling of the Oglethorpe Monument, November 23, 1910, including photos of J. Randolph delivering an address from the base of the monument; photo of Mr. and Mrs. J. Randolph Anderson together (2), photos of E.C. Anderson, Jr., Aunt Meta, Elise, George Wayne Anderson, John Anderson of the Royal Army (an English relative), Mary Buchanan Randolph, Caroline Ramsey Randolph, Sarah Nicholas Randolph, Eleanora (Ellen) Noyles Randolph Harrison, and unidentified family members (some may be of King family relatives); photos of Randolph family graveyard at "Tuckahoe," Goochland County, Virginia; photo of the Jefferson Monument; and a photo of an effigy bust of Bishop Theopilus Field. All items in this folder were transferred from folder 620.
Online Inventory Contains Digitized Items

J. Randolph Anderson, 1947, 5.0 items.
Photographs of a presentation of a silver bowl to J. Randolph Anderson for 56 years of service with the Savannah Electric and Power Company. Transferred from folder 620).

Photograph album of the 1860s including Confederate Army generals, CSA statesmen, members of the family. Only a few identified; also photos of art work and artists. Transferred from box 33

Photograph album of Confederate Army officers, most identified; generals Grant and McClellan; also photographs of paintings. Transferred from box 34
 

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38Confederate Army Reports, 24th Battalion, Ga. Cavalry

Property reports (quarterly, monthly, and weekly) of arms, ammunition, etc. of the Battalion, 1863-1864, undated, 9.0 items.
Includes report book of Sunday inspections, January-February, 1863

Property reports, 1863-1864, undated, 55.0 items.

Property reports (weekly), Co. B, 1863-1864, 50.0 items.

Property reports (weekly, monthly, quarterly), Co. C, 1863-1864, 57.0 items.

Property reports (weekly, monthly), Co. D, 1863-1864, undated, 21.0 items.

Monthly returns of the Battalion, 1863, 11.0 items.

Monthly returns, Cos. A and B, 1863-1864, 22.0 items.

Monthly returns, Cos. C and D, 1863-1864, 17.0 items.

Muster and pay rolls, 1862-1863, 6.0 items.
Includes muster and pay rolls for the Battalion for April, August, October, and December, 1863; two muster rolls of July 21, 1862, one lists 71 men of the Partizan Rangers commanded by Capt. E.C. Anderson, the other, untitled, lists 99 men including most of the men of the Partizan Rangers.

Miscellaneous and reports, 1863, undated, 7.0 items.
Includes unidentified weekly property report (1863); reports of deaths (undated); monthly report of efficiency and competency of officers (1863); battalion morning reports (1863).
 

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39Confederate bonds

Confederate bond issues for $300, $4,800, and $6,000, 3.0 items.

Stubs for the redemption of interest on Confederate bonds, 25.0 items.

Confederate bond issues for $50 dated May 1, 1861 (6); $100 bonds dated May 1, 1861 (3); $500 bonds dated May 1, 1861 (9); $1,000 bonds dated May 1, 1861 (6); $100 bonds dated September 25, 1862 (6); $1,000 bonds dated September 26, 1862 (5); $100 bonds dated October 21, 1862 (2), 1861-1862, 37.0 items.

Confederate bond issue for $500 dated January 6, 1863 (1); $100 bonds dated March 2, 1863 (13); $500 bonds dated march 2, 1863 (52); $1,000 bonds dated march 2, 1863 (11), 1863, 77.0 items.

$1,000 Confederate bonds, dated 1864, 25.0 items.
 

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40Maps and lists of town, garden, and farm lots and their grantees, city of Savannah; J.R. Anderson diplomas, 1757-1939

Map and lists of names, 2.0 items.
An original plan of the forty-five acres and five acre lots of the township of Savannah, probably by Thomas McCall, surveyor general of Georgia, or copy, prior to 1798; references to the plan of the city of Savannah, in respect to the number of town, garden, and farm lots in the several tythings, and the names of the grantees, prior to 1798.

Maps and surveys, 8.0 items.
Survey of 500 acres of land of Jonathan Bryan, Jr., called Memphis, original survey drawn July 24, 1753, by Yonge and DeBrahm, certified copy made 1854 by P.M. Compton. Includes outline of city of Savannah with streets listed. Map of Laurel Green, date of survey May 18, 1757, penciled copy. Regarding survey of Laurel Green and Cedar Grove Tract (588 acres), September 15, 1855 by G.B. Bulkley for John W. Houston and George W. Anderson. Plan of Lots No. 9 and 10, Green Ward, Savannah, property of G.W. Anderson, by C. Stephens, city surveyor, August 27, 1831. Garden Lot No. 56 (5 3/10 acres) owned by estate of W.W. Gordon, re-surveyed by William Hughes, June 27, 1853. map of the Southern Rail Roads, Lith. by A. Hoen and Co., Baltimore (undated). Railroads added indicate that it was published prior to 1861. Garden Lots Nos. 55 and 56 East, surveyed July 1867 by John B. Hogg, city surveyor, with copy.

J.R. Anderson diplomas, 2.0 items.
A diploma for a doctorate of law from Sewanee, 1931, and a diploma from the Institute of American Genealogy, 1939.
 

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649-653Newspapers, 1836-1862
 

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1J. Randolph Anderson and organizations and objects associated with him
Includes a photograph of J. Randolph Anderson; photograph of a YMCA group (with J. Randolph Anderson); two photographs of the Oglethorpe Monument and one of its clay casts; panoramic photograph of House of Deputies, General Convention of the Episcopal Church, Detroit, Michigan, 1919. The first 6 items were transferred from box 39 and the last item was transferred from box 32.
 

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2Panoramic photograph of the House of Deputies, the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Denver, Colorado, 1931 September
Item was transferred from box 32.
 
Artifacts
A-0846-001 Badge, Ribbon, Democratic National Committee, Baltimore, June 25, 1912 View online.
A-0846-002 E.C. Anderson’s Savannah Benevolent Association badge View online.