|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Reneau, Celia J., 1855-1937.|
|Creator:||Reneau, Olmius N., 1826-1898.|
|Title:||Olmius N. and Celia J. Reneau indenture and paper|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
Olmius N. Reneau (1826-1898) was a conductor with the Central Rail Road in Georgia. His daughter was Celia J. Reneau (1855-1937)
This collection consists of an 1883 indenture between the city of Savannah and Olmius Reneau for the purchase of Lot No. 1158 in Laurel Grove Cemetery. On the indenture, Reneau's name was misspelled as "Renneau." Also included in the collection is a composition titled, "Altiora in Votis," by Celia J. Reneau, written at the Girls High School in Savannah, Georgia, 1875.
[item identification], Olmius N. and Celia J. Reneau indenture and paper, MS 1024, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of May Catron Taylor, 1977.
Collection is open for research.
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|Item 1: Indenture between the city of Savannah and Olmius Reneau, 1848 July 27|
|For purchase of Lot No. 1158, Laurel Grove Cemetery.|
|Item 2: Composition entitled "Altiora in Votis" by Celia J. Reneau, 1875 June 25|
|Written at the Girls High School in Savannah, Georgia.|