Marmaduke Hamilton and Dolores Boisfeuillet Floyd papers
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Marmaduke Hamilton and Dolores Boisfeuillet Floyd papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Creator: Floyd, Dolores Boisfeuillet, 1887-1966
Creator: Floyd, Marmaduke Hamilton, 1888-1949.
Title: Marmaduke Hamilton and Dolores Boisfeuillet Floyd papers
Dates: 1562-1970
Extent: 33.0 cubic feet (63 boxes)
Identification: MS 1308

Biographical/Historical Note

Marmaduke Hamilton Floyd was born June 14, 1888. He attended North Georgia Agricultural College at Dahlonega, Ga., 1906-1908. He was associated with Floyd and Co., cotton merchants and cotton pickery, owned by his father, T.B. Floyd, Sr., 1908-1931. After the death of his father, he operated a cotton pickery of his own until 1939. He was Superintendent of the Burnside Development Co. (real estate development), 1940-1942, and was a contractor and land surveyor on his own, 1940 until his death on December 16,1949.

During World War I he served in a stevedoring unit of the U.S. Army in France and in World War II he was connected with the Office of Price Administration in Washington.

He was vitally interested in coastal Georgia History and was one of the organizers of the Savannah Historical Association.

Dolores Boisfeuillet Floyd was born on March 26, 1887; she was educated in public and private school. While living in Washington, D.C. with her first husband, Neyle Colquitt, she studied miniature painting at the Cocoran School of Art and was a member of several patriotic, professional, and social organizations. After Colquitt's death she studied library science at Georgetown University and soon thereafter returned to Savannah as a library assistant with the Savannah Public Library. Her special charge was the library branch housed in Hodgson Hall, headquarters of the Georgia Historical Society. This position enabled her to pursue her interests in Georgia history which resulted in many published and unpublished studies in various phases of Georgia and Savannah history. She retired from this position in April 1943 and, with her husband, operated a maritime museum in the Pirates' House in Savannah. After Mr. Floyd's death she lived with her son Picot in Athens, Ga. and Alexandria, Va. In 1958 she spent several months in Minorca and in Florida researching the background of the Minorcans who settled there. She spent the last years of her life in Savannah, passing away May 18, 1966.

Scope and Content Note

This collection of papers of Marmaduke Hamilton Floyd and his wife, Dolores Boisfeuillet Floyd includes family and personal papers of members of the Floyd and Boisfeuillet families, but, by and large the papers are writings and/or notes and data for projected writings of both of them.

There are records of the Floyd cotton business in Savannah, legal papers, genealogies, and photographs in the collection.

Of special note in D.B. Floyd's papers are the Brittany parish records, the only complete set in the U.S.; unpublished manuscripts and notes for a history of Roman Catholics in early Georgia (4 boxes); the same for the history of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Savannah; notes on early Spanish and French explorers, especially Jean Ribaut; and notes and data for a history of the Minorcan settlers (including genealogy) in Florida and maps of Minorca (8 boxes and 4 folders).

Also of special interest are M.H. Floyd's correspondence and other papers pertaining to the revival of the culture of sea island cotton in the 1930s (3 boxes), and the manuscript with supporting data of his book Certain Tabby Ruins of the Georgia Coast, (published in Georgia's Disputer Ruins, ed. by E.M. Coulter, 1937) (3 boxes).

Delores B. Floyd's personal papers consist of correspondence, 1913-1959, biographical information, photographs, legal papers and her writings. Some of the correspondence is in chronological order; the remainder is arranged either by name of individual or subject or organization with which she was associated, just as she arranged it. There is a box of correspondence between M.H. and D.B. Floyd and letters to them and a box of their Bibles and prayer books.

Marmaduke H. Floyd's personal papers consist of correspondence, 1893-1949, his papers re Sea Island cotton revival and tabby ruins in Georgia, and his surveys and field notes. There is a box of correspondence and other papers of their son, Picot B. Floyd.

There are correspondence and other papers of M.H. Floyd's father, Thomas Bourke Floyd, Sr., 1880s-1930, and miscellaneous papers of other members of his immediate family; correspondence and other papers of Floyd 8 Co., 1910-1039; legal papers of Floyd 8 Co., 1833-1932, and correspondence and miscellaneous papers of members of earlier generations of the Floyd family.

In connection with Dolores B. Floyd's papers there are papers re the family of her first husband, William Neyle Colquitt, and his mother's family, Habersham.

The Brittany parish records, the only complete set in the U.S., and other printed books pertaining to Brittany, fill 5 boxes.

Dolores B. Floyd's writings, published and unpublished, fill 4 boxes. They consist of some completed manuscripts, some ms. Drafts, and data. The largest portions of these pertain to Catholics in Early Georgia; a history of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, early Spanish and French explorers, Georgia Colonial history, Mary Musgrove and Thomas Bosomworth, Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences (including an inventory), and Minorcan settlers in Florida. In connection with her studies of colonial Georgia, her ms. Copies and extracts of materials in the Phillips Collection at the University of Georgia, Journals of the South Carolina Upper House of Assembly, Commons House of Assembly and Governor and Council are in the collection.

Papers of the "earlier generations" mentioned above are personal papers or papers about: Charles Floyd, one deed, 1817; Charles Rinaldo Floyd, journal (1821), miscellaneous papers, 1838-1840, drawings and papers re; John Buchanan Floyd, papers re, 1862; John Fenden Floyd, one letter, 1897; Mary Rose (Floyd) Graves, journal, 1879, and writing, either ms. or printed; Richard S. Floyd, drawings and papers re; Dr. Aime Delarocheaulion, letters and miscellaneous papers, 1842-1846, John F. Hamilton, diary and legal paper, 1850-1852; Marmaduke Hamilton, correspondence and miscellaneous papers, 1853-1896. There are also a legal paper and clipping of Charles Henry Bourke Floyd I and II, 1899 and 1942; letters of Samuel A. Floyd, 1895, 1901; minutes and other papers of the Camden Hunt Club, 1832-1836, and a printed brochure, "The National Sportsman's Club, Camden Co., Ga." n.d.

The books, pamphlets and maps that are not family related, as well as coins, old paper currency, clay pipes and a Chatham Artillery silk badge, 1886, have been added to such collections in the Georgia Historical Society library. The following artifacts have been placed with the artifacts collection: Jean Pierre Arnaud's leather wallet; two small silk Confederate flags made by Eleanor Margaret Snyder (DBF's grandmother); a book mark which had belonged to Mary Elliott Habersham; and a scrap of fabric from the NC-4 given to MHF by Telamon Cuyler.

This collection is divided into three main subject headings: DBF and MHF personal and family papers, genealogies, and writings. While the original order of the papers as devised by DBF has probably been destroyed, the order of the papers as arranged by Picot B. Floyd has been maintained. Within the boxes, the personal correspondence and legal papers are in chronological order; special correspondence is arranged by subject; following this are bibles, prayer books and personal and estate papers, business correspondence (arranged chronologically and by business), e.g., OPA, Sea Island cotton; then come MHF's papers, notes and manuscripts re his Tabby Ruins... (boxes 12-14); and then his field and survey books. Papers by and re various members of the Floyd family follow (Picot and Mary (Keating) Floyd, T.B. Floyd), and those of Floyd and Co. are next.

The genealogies and notes re the Floyd family and related lines are in boxes 20-24; the same for the Boisfeuillet and Colquitt families and related lines are next in boxes 25-29.

The Brittany parish records follow the genealogies in boxes 30-34. The miscellaneous writings, both published and unpublished, of DBF with her notes and data are arranged by subject, with Catholics of Early Georgia in boxes 35-38; a history of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is in box 39; miscellaneous writings fill boxes 40-43, arranged by subject, but not in alphabetical order. Manuscripts and notes re the first year of the colony of Georgia, the Yamacraws, Irene Mound are next; then papers and photographs re the Telfair family and the Academy; her writings and research re explorations and explorers, including Jean Ribaut, follow; then come the Mary Musgrove/Thomas Bosomworth papers. In boxes 51-54 are notes and papers from William Stephens' Journal and papers of the South Carolina Journals.

Boxes 55-61 contain DBF's papers re the Minorcan settlers of Florida and Georgia, box 62 contains oversize miscellaneous papers; two oversize folders on the shelf contain maps of Minorca and a print.

Index Terms

Bowen, Samuel, d.1778
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (Savannah, Ga.)
Catholic church--United States--History--Colonial period, circa 1600-1775.
Church records.
Constitutional history--United States.
Creek Indians--Georgia.
Curie, Marie, 1867-1934.
Daughters of the American Revolution.
Davis, Caleb.
DeRenne family.
Europe--Description and travel--1919-1944.
Europe--Description and travel--1945-1970.
Field notes.
Flint, James.
Florida--History--Spanish colony, 1565-1763.
Floyd, Dolores Boisfeuillet, 1887-1966
Floyd, Marmaduke Hamilton, 1888-1949.
Genealogies (histories)
Georgetown University. Library.
Georgia Historical Society.
Georgia--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
Habersham family.
Habersham, James, 1715-1775.
Indians of North America--Georgia.
Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, marquis de, 1757-1834.
League of American Pen Women.
League of Women Voters of Athens, Georgia.
Letters (correspondence)
Manuscripts (document genre)
Maps (documents)
McQueen, Juan, Don, 1751-1807.
Minorcans--Florida--St. Augustine.
Minutes (administrative records)
Musgrove, Mary, 1700-1765.
Oglethorpe, James Edward, 1696-1785.
Okefenokee Swamp (Ga. and Fla.)
Parishes--Brittany (France)
Pirates' House (Savannah, Ga.)
Plantation owners--United States
Prayer books.
Property records.
Public libraries--Georgia--Savannah.
Ribaut, Jean, approximately 1520-1565.
Sapelo Island (Ga.)
Sea Island cotton--Georgia.
South Carolina--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
South Carolina--History--Politics and government--to 1775.
Speeches (documents)
Stephens, William, 1671-1753.
Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894.
Tabby (Concrete)
Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Telfair family.
Tomo-chi-chi, -1739.
Tybee Island Lighthouse (Ga.)
United States--Civilization--Spanish influences.
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Religious aspects.
United States. Office of Price Administration.
United States. Works Progress Administration (Ga.)
Yamassee Indians--Georgia.

Location of Originals

Original documents, "Relacion e information de lo franceses que han ido a' poblar en la costa de la Florida. Ano 1564" and "Of the Acts of the Spanish and French in Florida; and the Soyle and Cities," in the General Archives of the Indies, Seville, Spain.

Original letters and journals by William Stephens in the Phillips Collection at the University of Georgia, Athens.

Original manuscript, "Information About Padre Pedro Camps, Chaplain of the Minorcans in Florida" in the Library of Congress Manuscript Division-East Florida Collection: Testamentary Proceedings.

Physical and Technical Access Restrictions

Microfilm reader required for access to some correspondence.

Administrative Information

Custodial History


Preferred Citation

[item identification], Marmaduke Hamilton and Dolores Boisfeuillet Floyd papers, MS 1308, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Picot de Boisfeuillet Floyd, 1978


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.

Publication Note

Item originally identified as Isaac Levy journal, 1753 (box 61, folder 787) was later attributed to Jonathan Bryan and was published in Journal of a visit to the Georgia Islands of St. Catharines, Green, Ossabaw, Sapelo, St. Simons, Jekyll, and Cumberland: with comments on the Florida islands of Amelia, Talbot, and St. George, in 1753(Virginia Steele Wood and Mary R. Bullard, editors. Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press in association with the Georgia Historical Society, 1996. GHS call no: F292.G58 B79 1996.)


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

Container List



1Dolores B. Floyd's personal correspondence and special papers, part

Correspondence, 1913-1935, 32.0 items.
These letters deal with personal and family news, genealogy, professional organizations and employment. The correspondents include Lillian Augusta (Thomasan) Boisfeuillet (Mrs. George), Frank Tinney, William Neyle Colquitt, Eloise G. Clark (Mrs. Edward), Rebecca Latimer Felton, Francis A. Foster, Oscar W. Underwood, Arthur Lucas, Thomas J. Shahan (Bp.), Pleasant Alexander Stovall, James A. Robertson, and Merrel P. Callaway.
Correspondence, 1937-1949, 33.0 items.
Regarding same as above, plus the Oglethorpe National Trail and Parkway, atomic science, and the death of Marmaduke H. Floyd. Correspondents include George Anderson Mercer, Jr., Rogers W. Young, Thomas Gamble, Cecile (Boisfeuillet) Gaines (Mrs. E.E.), Wymberley W. DeRenne, Lambert Davis of Harcourt, Brace and Co., Walter C. Hartridge, Kentwynn Floyd DeRenne, Albert Einstein, and Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.
Correspondence, 1950-1951, 25.0 items.
Regarding folder 1 plus the settling of MHF's estate and the selling of her Georgia collection of books, etc. Correspondents include Thomas H. Gignilliat, Julia (Floyd) Hering, Joseph D. Mitchell, E. Graham Roberts, Walter C. Hartridge, and Flo Preetorius.
Correspondence, 1952-1955, 28.0 items.
Regarding same as folder 1. Correspondents include Bessie Lewis, T. James McNamara (Msgr.), Augusta (Floyd) DeRenne (Mrs. W.W.), Thomas Gignilliat, Walter C. Hartridge, and Eudora (DeRenne) Roebling (Mrs. Wainright Ripley).
Correspondence, 1955-1958, 40.0 items.
These are primarily Christmas cards, plus letters from Picot telling of his experiences in the Coast Guard and some letters regarding his trip to Minorca. Correspondents include Walter C. Hartridge, Adrian Colquitt and Maybelle (Colquitt) Theriault (Mrs. Raoul).
Correspondence, 1959, 21.0 items.
These letters are primarily regarding Mrs. Floyd's trip to Minorca and her research there. Correspondents include Fernando A. Rubio, A. Carroll Hart, Lillian C. Bragg, Maybelle C. Theriault, and T. James McNamara (Msgr.).
Correspondence, 1960-1963
These letters are regarding family, friends and research. Correspondents include Maybelle Theriault, Adrian and Mary Colquitt, Doris C. Wiles, A. Carroll Hart, Brice M. Clagett, Constance O'Hara, and Julia (Floyd) [Smith].
Correspondence, 1964-1966 and undated, 31.0 items.
Most of the letters are from Maybelle C. Theriault to her mother about Mrs. Floyd's move back to Savannah. Also regarding Frank S. Boisfeuillet's death and Msgr. McNamara's illness.
The Americanization Bulletin, 1922-1923, 9.0 items.
Mrs. Floyd was supervising editor of the newspaper. It was printed in Washington, D.C. and was meant to promote citizenship in the public schools.
The Americanization Bulletin, 1924-1926, 11.0 items.


2DBF - Special correspondence and papers, regarding individual subjects

Americanization efforts, 1923-1926, 19.0 items.
Included here are newsclippings and correspondence regarding Mrs. Colquitt's (later Mrs. Floyd) involvement in the Americanization school in Washington, D.C.
Atlantic Coastal Highway Commission, correspondence, 1929, 4.0 items.
These letters are primarily regarding the positioning of historical markers along the Coastal Highway. Correspondents include Edmund H. Abrahams and E.L. Stephens.
Book collecting and personal acquisitions, correspondence, 1933-1952, 20.0 items.
These letters to and from librarians and the Floyd family regarding the buying and selling of books. Correspondents include Leonard L. Mackall, Richard B. Harwell, Adrian Colquitt, and John Isley Coddington.
Coburn family, papers, 1888, 1956-1959, 4.0 items.
Frank A. Coburn was Dolores Boisfeuillet's godfather and these papers are regarding him and his brother, the actor Charles Coburn and his daughter, Miss Zoe Coburn.
Ellis Merton, correspondence with, 1927-1945, 8.0 items.
These letters are re Mr. Coulter's research on Georgia, much of which was published in the Georgia Historical Quarterly.
Madam Marie (Sklodowska) Curie, papers, 1933, 7.0 items.
Mrs. Floyd went to Paris and interviewed Madame Curie regarding her work in atomic science. These papers are regarding Madame Curie, a letter giving Mrs. Floyd her appointment, signed by a secretary, and Mrs. Floyd's article regarding the interview.
Daughters of the American Revolution, 1913-1926, 13.0 items.
This is correspondence between Mrs. Floyd and the DAR regarding her activities in this organization. Correspondents include Ella Barrow Spalding (Mrs. Bourke), Margaret C. Pritchard (Mrs. Tattnall), Walter B. Norris, J.B. Lippincott Company, Natalie Sumner Lincoln, Belle W. McLaws, Annie Carlton Whatley (Mrs. E.T.). Also included is a certificate stating that Mrs. D.B. Colquitt gave money to help liquidate the indebtedness of Continental Hall, a newsclipping, and miscellaneous papers.
European travel, 1923 and 1958, 25.0 items.
These papers are Mrs. Floyd's correspondence, papers and notes regarding her travels in Europe. Correspondents are primarily family but also include X.L. Pellicer, E.P. Panangopoulos, David M. Reese, and Fernando A. Rubio.
Number not used
Georgetown University Library, 1952-1956 and undated, 11.0 items.
This correspondence re Mrs. Floyd's job at Georgetown University Library.
Georgia Department of Archives and History, 1927-1937, 13.0 items.
This is correspondence with Ruth Blair, State Historical and Director of the state archives, regarding research and professional matters.
Georgia Historical Society, 1927-1950, 41.0 items.
These papers are correspondence, photographs, a copy of the deed of trust to Hodgson Hall, and newsclippings. Mrs. Floyd was librarian at Hodgson Hall for approximately 14 years and these papers are regarding her research in history and her work at the society. Correspondents include William W. Gordon, Charles F. Groves, A.B. Lovett, J. Randolph Anderson, Alex R. MacDonell, Alexander A. Lawrence, and Herman W. Coolidge.
Peter Guilday (Msgr.), 1922-1923, 4.0 items.
These papers are correspondence with and a pamphlet by Msgr. Guilday, re Father Joseph Mitchell and graduate studies in general.
Button Gwinnett, 1957, 14.0 items.
These are correspondence, notes, photographs and newsclippings regarding Button Gwinnett's grave in Colonial cemetery in Savannah, Ga. Correspondent is Arthur Funk.
Historical Research Committee, 1935-1948, 5.0 items.
These are correspondence and newsclippings regarding Mrs. Floyd's work with the Committee. Correspondents are Thomas Gamble, John G. Kennedy and J. Cheshire Nash.
A.R. Kelly, 1937-1953, 6.0 items.
These are correspondence with and papers by A.R. Kelly. The letters are both personal and re various historical and anthropological studies of interest to Dr. Kelly and the Floyds. The papers are re the restoration of a prehistoric Indian ceremonial earth lodge at Ocmulgee National Monument, Macon, Ga., and an article "Survey of the Lower Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers" (pub. in Early Georgia, Summer, 1950, v. I no. 1).
Julia King, 1933-1934, 6.0 items.
This consists of correspondence with Miss King, regarding a history she was writing and historical subjects of interest.
League of American Penwomen, 1922-1926, 32.0 items.
These are correspondence, papers and newsclippings regarding Mrs. Floyd's work with this organization.


3DBF: Special correspondence and papers regarding individual subjects; biographical information; some photographs

League of Women Voters, 1923, 1.0 items.
This is an article written by Mrs. Floyd regarding the League.
Lydia Parrish (Mrs. Maxfield), 1928-1952, 8.0 items.
Correspondence regarding personal and historical matters.
Pershing Banquet, undated, 2.0 items.
these are the guest list, menu and program for the banquet.
Portraits of Gov. Reynolds and Wright, 1932, 17.0 items.
Correspondence and papers regarding the history of these portraits. Correspondents are from England and Jamaica.
Sapelo, Pres. Coolidge's visit, 1913-1958, 11.0 items.
These are correspondence, articles, newsclippings and photographs regarding President Coolidge's visit and Sapelo Island. Correspondents include William E. Harrold and Laura Harlan (secretary to Mrs. Coolidge).
Savannah Historical Research Association, 1934-1960, 44.0 items.
Correspondence and newsclippings regarding the organization, its projects, and Mrs. Floyd's work with it. Correspondents include Victor H. Bassett, Charles A. Linn, and Cornelia Wilder.
Savannah Public Library, 1926-1943, 10.0 items.
These are correspondence and papers from and relating to Mrs. Floyd's employment as branch librarian at Hodgson Hall for the Savannah Public Library. The letters are all from Miss Ola M. Wyeth, Librarian of Savannah Public Library. Of special note is Mrs. Floyd's certificate of Librarianship.
Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1921-1954, 22.0 items.
Correspondence, newsclippings and papers regarding Telfair and Mrs. Floyd's work with the academy as an archivist. Correspondents include Alexander R. Lawton, Jr., Edward H. Abrahams, Julian C. Sipple, and Thomas H. Gignilliat.
U.S. Constitution, 1937-1940
These are correspondence, papers and newsclippings regarding Mrs. Floyd's participation on the United States Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission. Correspondents are Sol Bloom, Archibald B. Lovett, and Thomas Gamble.
Women's Universal Alliance, 1923, 3.0 items.
Correspondence and papers regarding Mrs. Floyd's participation in the first World Welfare Conference of the Woman's Universal Alliance.
Women's National Press Club, 1925, 5.0 items.
Papers regarding Mrs. Floyd's membership while she worked with the Savannah Press.
Work Projects Administration, 1935-1965
These are a petition honoring Mrs. Floyd's work with the Historical Research Project of the F.E.R.A. signed by the WPA workers, 1935; letter from Luther H. Evans, National Supervisor of he Historical Records Survey and later librarian of the Library of Congress, regarding the WPA work at Hodgson Hall, 1936; 2 news articles regarding Mrs. Floyd and her work with the WPA.
General biographical information on DBF, 7.0 items.
These are notes, articles, affidavits and newsclippings regarding Mrs. Floyd.
Education, 1926-1955, 18.0 items.
These are miscellaneous papers regarding Mrs. Floyd's education.
Who's Who in the Nation's Capital, 1923-1929, 4.0 items.
Correspondence regarding and the proof of the biography of Mrs. Floyd in the Who' Who in the Nation's Capital.
Awards, prizes, tributes, 1926-1956, 20.0 items.
These are correspondence and papers regarding Mrs. Floyd. Correspondents include William W. Gordon, H.E. Barr, A.L. Lawrence, Justin P. Havee, Walter C. Hartridge, and E.R. McClellan.
Land-legal papers, correspondence, and photographs, 1921-1950, 14.0 items.
These are deeds, photographs, newsclippings, and correspondence regarding property the Colquitts and the Floyds owned. People involved and correspondents include Louise H. Browne, Lydia Sloan Boisfeuillet, Joseph Michaelis, Joseph Silverman, Mrs. Henrietta B. Silverman, James R. Sheldon, William H. Robertson and Flo Preetorius.


4MHF and DBF: Bibles and prayer books ( 6.0 items. )
Loose in this box are The Treasury of the Sacred Heart (prayer book) with a note saying it belonged to Mrs. E.A. Silva; St. Johns Manuel (prayer books); The Bible, belonging to Fannie A. Perkins, January 4, 1886; small unidentified prayer book; a guestbook from an unidentified funeral; and The Key of Heaven (prayer book) belonging to Adrian S. Boisfeuillet.


5MHF and DBF Personal and estate papers

Biography and correspondence, 1906-1966, 32.0 items.
Correspondence, newsclippings and papers regarding Marmaduke and Dolores Floyd.
Correspondence, MHF to DBF, 1929-1943, 35.0 items.
This is personal correspondence between Marmaduke and Dolores Floyd regarding personal family, business, and historical matters.
Correspondence, MHF to DBF, 1943 July-August, 27.0 items.
This is personal correspondence between Marmaduke and Dolores Floyd regarding personal family, business, and historical matters.
Correspondence, MHF to DBF, 1943 September-October, 1964 March, and undated;, 26.0 items.
plus newsclippings re Mr. and Mrs. Floyd.
Correspondence DBF to MHF, 1934 July, 1943 May-October, 16.0
Okeefenokee Swamp Trips, 1928-1938, 49.0 items. View online.
A letter, newsclippings, notes and photographs of the Floyds' trip into the swamp to study archaeology, history and wildlife.
Online Inventory Contains Digitized Items
Pick-up-and-go Club, undated, 1.0 items.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd were charter members of the club whose objective was "To seek out in the southeastern part of Georgia old historic spots of Colonial, Revolutionary and Confederate periods." This paper is the log of the three trips the club made.


6Marmaduke Hamilton Floyd correspondence, 1893-1933
These letters pertain to personal, family and business matters.

Correspondence, 1893 February-1896 June, 5.0 items.
All except one of the letters are to MHF from Samuel Floyd and Hazel Noyes. This exception is Samuel C. Atkinson to John A. Foster, regarding chain of title to the Club House tract in Camden County.
Correspondence, 1903 July-1907 October, 15.0 items.
Letters to Marmaduke from his mother, father and brother, James Boog Floyd II and his to them, while at Culver Institute and North Georgia Agricultural College. Also, a typed copy of a certificate re shares of capital stock of J.P. Williams Company owned by E.H. McNeill.
Correspondence, 1912 July-1918 December, 10.0 items.
Letters to MHF from O.B. Nisbet, T. Bourke Floyd, Jr., Merchants and Farmers Bank, Jesup, Ga., C.B.H. Floyd; Malcolm R. McAdoo, M.E. Perkins, H.E. Gaudry, Special orders and memo, 204th Stevedore Regiment, Augusta G. Floyd (sister, later Mrs. W.W. DeRenne); W.A. Sturtevant; letters to T.B. Floyd, Sr. from Malcolm R. McAdoo (telegrams), Lester — (regarding Marmaduke).
Correspondence, 1920 July-1926 May, 43.0 items.
Letters to MHF from MHF Jr., W.A. Dunne, Wymberley W. DeRenne, Augusta (Floyd) DeRenne, Bonnie (Julia) Floyd (MHF's daughter), Rosa Lee Russell, Julia H. Floyd (MHF's first wife), James Book Floyd II, Fred Featherstone, F.J. Mulling, James H. Hamilton, mark E. Perkins, Julia King, William L. Gignilliat, Cecil (Strickland?); letters from MHF to Anderson Bouchelle, F.J. Mulling, T.B. Floyd, Sr.; mark E. Perkins, William L. Hargrave.
Correspondence, 1927 February-1929 March, 46.0 items.
Letters to and from MHF. Much of the correspondence relates to real estate sales. Correspondents: Mrs. M.F. Braqunier, Clyde B. Terrell, Mills B. Lane, Bonnie (Julia) Floyd, W.C. Matthews to W.W. DeRenne re land in S.C., M.H. Floyd, Semp Russ, MHF Jr., Miriam Dent, John A. Foster, Girand Varm Foster, Aunt Jule, Alfred W. Jones, Charles F. Redden, Jr. and Sr., Mrs. Henry M. Caldwell (MHF's sister), Margaret E. Ashley, Edith D. Johnston, Robert H. Davis, T. Morrison Carnegie, D.L. Hebard, Howard E. Coffin, D. Nachman & Co., John M. Hopkins, Jules Barrat, Robert H. Davis, Julia H. Floyd, Louis M. Miner.
Correspondence, 1929 April-May, 44.0 items.
Letters to and from MHF. Much of the correspondence relates to real estate sales. Correspondents: B.C. Kuser, Charles F. Redden, Louis M. Miner, Robert H. Davis, Cousin Rags, A.K. Rutherford, John R. Swanton (regarding Indian place names and tabby ruins), Ben Ames Williams (regarding De Soto's march), Neils Christensen, John M. Hopkins, Howard E. Coffin, D.L. Hebard, James Barnwell Heyward, Margaret E. Ashley, Alleyn Martin, Sea Island Co., J.M. Clements, Dolores B. Colquitt (later Mrs. MHF).
Correspondence, 1929 June-December, 45.0 items.
Letters to and from MHF. Much of the correspondence relates to real estate sales. Correspondents: David A. Turnure (regarding purchase of land in S.C.), William G. McAdoo, Charles F. Redden, L.H. Smith, G.W. Varn, Alex R. Fawcett, R.B. Nisbet, Edith D. Johnston, P.G. Horsewell (regarding a proposed hotel in savannah, The Button Gwinnett?, Alva C. DePass, Charles F. Redden, Alfred W. Jones, Edith Long, J. Marion Dunwody, D.A. (?) Hutson, J.B. Walker, R.L. Cooper.
Correspondence, 1930 January-December, 43.0 items.
Letters to and from MHF. Much of the correspondence relates to real estate sales. Correspondents: A. Miles Willcox, Hazelhurst Noyes, letters and telegrams re death of T.B. Floyd, Sr., from family and friends, William L. Gignilliat, Charles F. Redden, McIntosh Kellogg, L.H. Smith, Carmen Valicenti, Comer Guilmartin, Frederick Krenson, Mary Habersham Marshall, Frances (Floyd) Caldwell, epitaph from an African American grave on Retreat Plantation, St. Simons Island; R.C. Claghorn, Ida Floyd (MHF's sister), Samuel F. Marshall (telegraph inviting him to wedding of MHF and DBF), letters of congratulations on his marriage, Lucian Lamar Knight (regarding grave inscriptions in Camden County), MHF, Jr.
Correspondence, 1931 January-September, 17.0 items.
Letters to and from MHF. Much of the correspondence relates to real estate sales. Correspondents: Frances (Floyd) Caldwell, MHF, Jr., Comer Guilmartin, W.C. Dowling, Alfred W. Jones, Giraud V. Foster, William M. Davant, Rags, Fire Companies' Adjustment Bureau, Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Correspondence, 1932 January-1933 December, 39.0 items.
Letters to and from MHF. Much of the correspondence relates to real estate sales. Correspondents; Daniel J. O'Connor, Ida A. Perkins, (MHF's aunt) Frances (Floyd) Caldwell, S. Hadley Brown, Samuel C. Atkinson, George Ben Twigg, Rose Lee Russell, Hazelhurst Noyes, William C. Kreitzer, Harry F. Noyes, Anderson C. Bouchelle, Paul W. Kieser, Anne Sams Bouchelle, Mary H. Marshall, Augusta (Floyd) DeRenne, Rina Cashelli Dwight, Laura Blackshear, Halcott Green Heyward, Jr. (regarding Clark family of Camden County).


7Correspondence, 1934 April-1954 January 16 and undated
Bill before Congress regarding MHF, 1928-1930.

Correspondence, 1935 April-September, 12.0 items.
Personal letters to MHF. Correspondents: Mrs. F.D. Lowe, Alex — with MHF's reply attached; Y.A. Harris (regarding timber), Rags, Halcott Green Heyward, Jr., Harry F. Noyes, J.A. Forsythe, Jr., MHF, Jr. (one with clipping announcing his marriage to Virginia Middlebrook and MHF's reply attached), Ben F. Taylor.
Correspondence, 1936 February-1937 September, 33.0 items.
Personal letters and some regarding real estate. Correspondents: Anderson Bouchelle, Carita Doggett Corse, W.M. Rogers, R.L. Rand (regarding T.B.F., Jr.'s death), J. Farley Warner, Albert M. Smith, Mary Guilmartin, Telamon C. Cuyler, Anna S. Bassett (Mrs. V.H.), Frances (Floyd) Caldwell, Atlanta Journal Sunday Magazine Section, James Book Floyd, L.S. Robb, Hazlehurst, R. Noyes, Zeila Sweett (Mrs. S.J.), Munroe d'Antignac.
Correspondence, 1938 January-December, 39.0 items.
Personal letters and some regarding real estate. Correspondents: Edith D. Johnston, John R. Swanton (re Parachucla and Tuckahoe fungus), S.G. Houghton (re Irene Mound), Karl W. Fischer, Frances (Floyd) Caldwell (regarding the DeRennes), J.J. Gregory, Anderson Bouchelle, L.H. Smith & Co., Charles Green, Charles E. Gay, Jr., Victor H. Bassett, Joseph D. Greene, Laura Blackshear, William B. Goodwin (regarding Fenwick-Tattnall families), Bessie M. Lewis, Rosa Lee Russell, James S. Denham, Glen Allen (re his article in Saturday Evening Post, August 20, 1938, attached), Wymberley W. DeRenne, Mary Russell (Mrs. Harry C.).
Correspondence, 1939 January-December, 38.0 items.
Personal letters and some regarding real estate. Correspondents: A.R. Kelly, L.H. Smith. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Savannah River Refuge (regarding planting rice), R.B. Nesbit, W.C. Cox & Co. (regarding Mary Hazzard Hamilton), Amy Scoville, William B. Goodwin (regarding DeBrahm and Creighton Demetries Island), Anderson Bouchelle, Wymberley W. DeRenne, Parkhill Dredging Co., P.A. McArthur, Howard S. Galloway, Henry C. Walthour, Walter Jacobsen, Telamon Cuyler.
Correspondence, 1940 January-April, 46.0 items.
Most of the letters are between Telamon C. Cuyler and MHF re selling produce, lumber, etc. in New York. The other letters are from MHF to P.A. Horsewell regarding an archaeological visit to S. Catherine's Island; an unsigned fraudulent letter from Tampico, Anderson Bouchelle re the Pirates House museum, George W. Hunt regarding Burnside Island Development Co, and William G. McAdoo re Floyd furniture and portrait, and W.W. DeRenne.
Correspondence, 1940 May-December, 19.0 items.
Personal letters and letters re Burnside Island Development Co. Correspondents are: George W. Hunt, Robert Wauchope, Alex —, H. Maddox, John C. DuPuis, Jr., Anderson Bouchelle, Fairbanks, Morse & Co., P.A. McArthur, Harry F. Noyes, W.W. DeRenne, Dave Gordon & Co., W. Gordon Rossignol, Farquhar Machinery Co., Telamon C. Cuyler.
Correspondence, 1941 February-1941 November, 58.0 items.
Personal, real estate, lumber shipping, Burnside Island Development Co. and other business ventures. Correspondents: Telamon C. Cuyler, Ned —, R.D. Treanor, W. Gordon Rossignol, Fairbanks, More & Co., Albert Cobb, H.P. Guion, Equitable Equipment Co., Harry F. Noyes, York Wilson, Reichert Towing Line, Inc., C.F. Harms Co., Henjes Marine, Inc., Haskonsen Towing and Transportation Co., Eastern Transportation Co., Sheridan Transportation Co., Arthur Hitch, Merchants & Miners Transportation Co., Merry Shipping Co., Charles E. Donnelly, W.W. DeRenne (re Ida Floyd and Frida (Barrow) Perkin's death), Anderson Bouchelle, Munroe d'Antignac, Alex —, John E. O'Neill, Louis B. Bouchelle, Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry.
Correspondence, 1943 March-August, 23.0 items.
Personal and business letters. Correspondents: York Wilson, Dr. C.C. Howard, MHF answering ad for a lumber buyer, letters re a job with the Office of Price Administration, Mrs. Anton P. Wright, letter to Editor of Columbia Record, Frances (Floyd) Caldwell, Mordina (Floyd) Bragunier, Mrs. Isabella Parke, Mrs. L.A. Coalla (?), Anderson Bouchelle, Ross Noyes, Charles E. Donnelly, T.E. Allen, Albert L. Cobb, International Vegetable Oil Mill, Hazlehurst Hardware Co., R. Don Ernst, Smithsonian Institution acknowledging gift of Parachucla Indian artifacts.
Correspondence, 1944 September-December, 21.0 items.
Personal and business letters. Correspondents: Charles E. Donnelly, letter applying for a job as cotton classer, T. Bouchier Sims, P.A. Horswell, South Carolina State Board of Engineering Examiners re MHF's registration as a land surveyor, and same with Georgia Board of Registration for Professional Engineers, August (Floyd) DeRenne, Roland M. Harper re the tuckahoe tuber, John M. Hopkins re Gen. John Floyd's march through the Okeefenokee Swamp in 1838.
Correspondence, 1945 February-December, 28.0 items.
Personal and business letters. Correspondents: Augusta (Floyd) DeRenne, W.W. DeRenne, York Wilson, Telamon C. Cuyler (re market for flax and bamboo for paper pulp), Frances (Floyd) Caldwell.
Correspondence, 1946 January-November, 29.0 items.
Personal and business letters. Correspondents: Telamon C. Cuyler (regarding flax, bamboo and ramie pulp and the Pinola Co. Wood preservative), M.H. Blackshear, Louise Biles Hill, J.S. Willis, Raven I. McDavid, Jr. (regarding local speech patterns), Victor Eshenazi, Henry M. Caldwell.
Correspondence, 1946 December-1949 January and undated, 33.0 items.
Personal and business letters. Correspondents: Telamon C. Cuyler, J.W. Carr, Brice McAdoo Clagett (regarding Floyd family), Raven I. McDavid, Jr., (regarding origin of juke), Robert J. Travis, Harry Noyes, Herbert —.
Correspondence, 1954 January 16 and undated, 27.0 items.
Personal letters. Correspondents: York Wilson, Bessie M. Lewis (re Indian potsherds), Frances Hopkins Ingraham (Mrs. James D.), "Sister" Bouchelle Wimbish, Edwin P. Creaser, Lt. Angel, Augusta (Floyd) DeRenne, Genevieve Sams (Mrs. Murray), Kentwyn DeRenne, John L. DuFor, Frances (Floyd) Caldwell, Margaret E. Ashley, Wymberley W. DeRenne, H.I. Halleman, Comer Guilmartin, Joseph L. Graham, Charles F. Redden.
Correspondence and other papers regarding the bill before Congress for the relief of M.H. Floyd, 1928-1930, 45.0 items.
Regarding successful effort to obtain pardon and restoration of citizenship of MHF who had been court martialled for infraction of the 95th Article of War. Correspondents include Congressman Charles G. Edwards and Senators William J. Harris and Walter F. George.


8MHF correspondence on special subjects and miscellaneous papers

Correspondence with the papers regarding African Americans, 1929-1942, 20.0 items.
Correspondents: Esau L. Holmes, Lilie Walker, Justine Robinson, Samuel K. Holmes, Evelyn Louise Moore Harden. Papers and correspondence re language and customs, interview with Liverpool Hazzard, pre-Columbian in America, Esau L. Holmes, Dandy Floyd, Jim Cane, Clara —. Included is a pamphlet, "Constitution and By-laws of the Union Society of Skidaway, organized January 13, 1924," a ticket of admission to a whist party given by Benjamin Singleton, December 18, 1930, and a snapshot of two unidentified African American men.
Office of Price Administration memos, 1942 May-June, 11.0 items.
Office of Price Administration correspondence - Correspondence and memos, 1943 July-October and undated, 18.0 items.
MHF's Journal of his OPA work, 1943 June-October, 1.0 items.
Minutes of OPA meetings, regulations, etc., 1943 March-September, 10.0 items.
Miscellaneous notes regarding OPA, undated, 7.0 items.
Notebook, 1937 and undated, 1.0 items.
Notebook, with photographs, 1929, 1.0 items.
Speeches and articles, 1920s-1938 and undated, 12.0 items.
"Captain R.J. Davant and Success," 1920s; talks before the Savannah Historical Research Association, 1935-1936; notes on the Indian mount near Mallow McIntosh County, 1931; same re an Indian mound in Florida, 1936; "Summary observations of the archaeological investigation by the W.P.A. at Irene Mound," 1938; undated: "Observations on Aboriginal Dwelling Situations in the Coastal Regions of South Carolina and Georgia;" "The Butterfly" (written when a child), "The Lady of the Old Regiment," "The Light of Dawn," "Silver Bluff," "Savannah" (poem).
Georgia Sea Island - Real estate promotions, St. Catherine's Island, Sinclair plantation, McIntosh County (with photograph), Colonels Island, Creighton Island, undated, 4.0 items.
Rough draft of a drama set in the Spanish period of Florida, 1.0 items.
Property deeds, etc., 1909-1936, 11.0 items.
Clippings and photos re Indian mounds in Georgia, 1933-1936 and undated, 19.0


9Personal papers of MHF, and correspondence regarding Sea Island Cotton, 1917-1946 1931-1937 September 22

Licenses, etc., 1942-1949, 16.0 items.
Licenses to operate a vessel for towing and carrying workmen and materials in the logging business, 1942; licenses as a land surveyor in South Carolina, 1943 and in Georgia, 1944; licenses as a real estate broker in Georgia, 1946, 1948, 1949; certificates and/or registration cards; land surveyor in Georgia, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949; land surveyor in South Carolina, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949; as a real estate broker, 1948, 1949.
MHF - Personal, miscellaneous, 7.0 items.
Advertising letter of Gulf Refining Co. to Floyd Cotton Pickery, undated; membership certificates as Master of the Royal Secret, 32nd Degree, A. and A. Scottish Rite, 1917; Men's Garden Club of Savannah, 1945-1946; agreement of sale by Savannah Reclamation Works of a de-linting machine to MHF, 1932; deposition re the Barstow tract of Wilmington Island, 1936; scrapbook of the comic strip "Wash Tubbs," featuring St. Mary's, Ga., April-July 1935.
Folders 92-98 are regarding correspondence regarding Sea Island Cotton:



992Telamon C.Cuyler was a frequent correspondent, 1931-1934, 11.0 items.
931936 January-September, 51.0 items.
941936 October-November 7, 74.0 items.
951936 November 10-December, 51.0 items.
961937 January-March 13, 54.0 items.
971937 March 15-May, 54.0 items.
981937 June-September 22, 55.0 items.


10Correspondence regarding Sea Island Cotton, 1937 September 23-1939 December

1937 September 23-December, 54.0 items.
1938 January-February 15, 45.0 items.
1938 February 16-April 14, 44.0 items.
1938 April 16-May 17, 45.0 items.
1938 May 18-October 14, 45.0 items.
1938 October 15-November 19, 46.0 items.
1938 November 20-December, 48.0 items.
1939 January, 38.0 items.
1939 February, 59.0 items.
1939 March-December, 72.0 items.


11Papers re Sea Island Cotton, 1906/1941

Cotton ginners' record book, 1906-1912 July, 4.0 items.
Cotton ginners' record book, 1912 August-1918 July, 4.0 items.
Cotton ginners' record book, 1918 August-1926 July, 3.0 items.
Cotton ginners' record book, 1926 August-1938 July, 2.0 items.
Cotton ginners' record book, and Seed Record, 1938 August 25, 1937-1938, 2.0 items.
Sea Island Cotton pamphlets, 1926-1938, 2.0 items.
Sea Island Cotton, misc., undated, 13.0 items.
Sea Island Cotton, photographs, 4.0 items.
Sea Island Cotton, Clippings, 96.0 items.


12Correspondence and other papers regarding tabby ruins, 1928-1940

Correspondence, 1928-1929, 19.0 items.
All are typed copies to Mrs. Colquitt (later Mrs. MHF) regarding his researches and notes.
Correspondence, 1932-1934, 63.0 items.
Letters to and from various persons regarding tabby ruins.
Correspondence, 1935-1936, 87.0 items.
Correspondence, 1937-1940 and undated, 50.0 items.
"Observations on the Method of Planting and Cultivating Sugar Cane in Georgia and South Carolina..." by Thomas Spalding, Charleston, 1816, 1.0 items. , Negative photocopy.
"The Spanish Mission Feud" by Edith Duncan Johnston, undated, 1.0 items. , Typed.
Dispute as to whether the ruins were those of Spanish missions or sugar mills.
Unidentified and undated article regarding tabby ruins, 1.0 items.
In the hand of MHF and probably by him.


13Manuscripts for Certain Tabby Ruins on the Georgia Coast," by Marmaduke H. Floyd (3 items.)
The box contains two handwritten copies in two notebooks; a bound typewritten copy with MHF's corrections.

Contains a carbon copy of the typed manuscript in two folders. The manuscript was published in Georgia's Disputed Ruins, ed. By E.M. Coulter, 1937, 1.0 items.


14MHF's notes regarding tabby ruins and his paper on DeSoto's route through Georgia

Notes on tabby ruins, 49.0 items.
Includes "Early Sugar Mills of East Florida," by Emily L. Wilson (typed ms.).
Notes on tabby ruins, 60.0 items.
Notes on tabby ruins, 80.0 items.
Tabby ruins photos, 16.0 items.
Tabby ruins photos, 20.0 items.
Tabby ruins clippings, 37.0 items.
Tabby ruins clippings, 43.0 items.
"DeSoto's Route Through Georgia," by Marmaduke H. Floyd, 1.0 items.
Includes correspondence, notes, clippings. The page numbering of the ms. is confusing; there appear to be corrected or revised versions on the duplicate numbered pages.
Notes on New Smyrna, Fla. Typed ms. with information from various sources, 1.0 items.


15MHF's field books and surveys

Field books, nos. 5 & 6, 2.0 items.
Field books, nos. 18 & 21, 2.0 items.
Field books, no. 23 and "Construction of Small Dwellings, 1948-1949", 2.0 items.
Surveys, 1944-1945, 21.0 items.
Surveys, 1946, 18.0 items.
Surveys, 1947-1949, 20.0 items.


16Picot and Mary (Keating) Floyd papers, 1946-1965

Picot Floyd: Correspondence, 1946-1950, 42.0 items.
These letters are regarding personal and family matters, business, and historical research. The majority of these letters are between Mrs. Floyd and Picot; however, there are some from other family members, friends and associates scattered throughout.
Picot Floyd: Correspondence, 1951-1952, 66.0 items.
These letters are regarding personal and family matters, business, and historical research. The majority of these letters are between Mrs. Floyd and Picot; however, there are some from other family members, friends and associates scattered throughout.
Picot Floyd: Correspondence, 1953-1957, 52.0 items.
Picot Floyd: Correspondence, 1960-1970 and undated, 56.0 items.
Journal, 1958 May-June, 1.0 items.
P. Floyd recorded observations of his life in the Coast Guard.
Coast Guard papers, 1956-1960, 25.0 items.
These papers are forms, etc., that P. Floyd used in his service in the Coast Guard.
Society of the Cincinnati, 1958, 6.0 items.
These are P. Floyd's application for membership and correspondence with Walter C. Hartridge regarding possible membership.
Miscellaneous printed materials, newsclippings, and photographs, 7.0 items.
These are the "Story of the Devotion to The Holy Child of Earth and Heaven," a pamphlet put out by the St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City; the program for P. Floyd's graduation from George Washington University, 1965; 2 articles about P. Floyd's work with the Historic Savannah Foundation and 1 article by him on "The Wild Bull Hunters of Coastal Georgia," undated.
Mary (Keating) Floyd: Miscellaneous papers, 1962
These papers are a TLS from Richard B. Russell, rgardinge a postal increase bill before the Senate; a TLS from Herman E. Talmadge, re same; a certificate of appreciation from the U.S. Marine Corps for her work as the Sunday Magazine editor, Savannah Morning News, in promoting their recruiting service.


17T.B. Floyd, Sr., correspondence, legal papers and miscellany, 1881-1930

Correspondence, 1881-1899, 39.0 items.
This is business, family and personal correspondence of T.B. Floyd and his wife, Frances Ann (Perkins) Floyd (Fannie). Correspondents include: E.F. Bryan, Marmaduke Hamilton, S.A. Floyd, Edward Perkins, Ida Perkins, Henry (Harry) Floyd, Herschel Perkins, Moselle M. Parker, Nona Howard McAdoo, David S. Blackshear, Zoe Fannie Blackshear, Augusta Gallie Floyd, G.B. Pritchard, and Edgar Denmark. Some of these letters are regarding Marmaduke Hamilton's death.
Correspondence, 1901-1911, 36.0 items.
This is business, family and personal correspondence of T.B. Floyd and his wife, Frances Ann (Perkins) Floyd (Fannie). Correspondents include: S.A. Floyd, Thomas Hart Raines, Thomas H. Gignilliat, Howes family, Wright family, Henry G. Wright, Henry (Harry) Floyd III, David H. Howes, Jr., F. Guilemartin Floyd, Thomas E. Miller and Anna C. Davant. A few letters are re Mary Rose (Floyd) Graves' death.
Correspondence, 1912-1921, 47.0 items.
This is business, family and personal correspondence of T.B. Floyd and his wife, Frances Ann (Perkins) Floyd (Fannie). Correspondents include F.D. Bloodworth, William G. McAdoo, G.C. Comer, Henry H. Floyd, Augusta G (Floyd) DeRenne, C.H.B. Floyd, Malcolm R. McAdoo, Augusta G. Floyd, M.H. Blackshear, Eleanor H. Floyd (Mrs. Henry H. III), James Boog Floyd II, William L. Davant, Jr., and Edgar L. Pennington.
Correspondence, 1922 January-December, 51.0 items.
This is business, family and personal correspondence of T.B. Floyd and his wife, Frances Ann (Perkins) Floyd (Fannie). Most of the letters are form James Boog Floyd II to his father, but other correspondents include Augusta Gallie Floyd, Edgar Logan Pennington, Augusta G. (Floyd) DeRenne, Samuel A. Floyd, Frances Ann Perkins (Floyd) Caldwell, (Fannie) and W.H. Teasdale.
Correspondence, 1923-1925
This is business, family and personal correspondence of T.B. Floyd and his wife, Frances Ann (Perkins) Floyd (Fannie). Correspondents include Augusta Gallie Floyd, Samuel A. Floyd, Benjamin W. Hunt, Belle H. Floyd, R.C. Gordon, Frances M. (Floyd) Caldwell (Fannie), Ida M. Caldwell, and Mills B. Lane I.
Correspondence, 1926 April-1930 September and undated, 57.0 items.
This is business, family and personal correspondence of T.B. Floyd and his wife, Frances Ann (Perkins) Floyd (Fannie). Most are re T.B. Floyd, Sr.'s death. Correspondents include: Frances Ann Perkins (Floyd) Caldwell, Herbert E. Brown, James Book Floyd II, Augusta (Floyd) DeRenne, Ida Perkins Floyd, Samuel B. Adams, J. Randolph Little, Harry F. Noyes, J.F. Guilmartin, Belle Floyd, Malcolm R. McAdoo, Mordina Floyd Bragunier, W.G. McAdoo, Henry C. Walthour, Furman B. Pearce, Samuel A. Floyd, Laura E. Blackshear, C.H.B. Floyd, and Wright family.
Legal papers, 1885-1929, 20.0 items.
These are deeds, plats, and records of land dealings done by T.B. Floyd, Sr. People involved were W.G. Wright; W. O'D. Rockwell, and R.S. Haines, inventors of an electric brake for automobiles; L.J. Guilmartin; Willis A. Burney, JR., inventor of a vapor burner; James B. Floyd I; Allen Crawford and W.G. Strobhar of Crawford & Co., Savannah; David C. Barrow; S.G. McClendon; Augustus Breitenstein; Thomas S. Heyward; and A. Godin Guerard.
Miscellaneous papers, 12.0 items.
These papers are a signature card signed by Jefferson Davis, Varina Davis, Margaret H. (Davis) Hayes, Varina Anne Davis; receipt for tuition for his children's lessons from Miss Annie D. Maccaw; invitation (handwritten) to Aunt Dinah's quilting party; memorial for Venancio Sanclez (circa 1809-1899), a friend of the Floyd family; recipes for a salad dressing and roman punch on one sheet; recipe for curing meat; postcard of the St. John's River, remedy for mangy dogs, and a souvenir card from Lantana, Fla. all on one sheet; George Frazer's oyster lease, 1915, a sheet copied from the oyster lease book in the Chatham County records, giving specific leases for George Williams, Abraham Ponhill, Cato Wilson, George Johnson, Charles Miller, Crawford Williams, Mack Cooper, George Frazier, Adam McQueen, Jr., Peter Bennett, Robert Butler, Margaret Grogan, George Wallace, John Bowen, Celia Bowen, Sarah Ann Johnson, Montgomery Jackson and Edward Williams; a list of people who wanted or else had oyster leases.


18Floyd family papers, regarding individual members and Floyd and Co. correspondence

Frances Ann (Perkins) Floyd (Mrs. Thomas Bourke, Sr.): Miscellaneous papers, 1889-1905, 5.0 items.
These papers are correspondence to Mrs. Floyd from Martha B. Jones and James Boog I; the last two pages of a letter from Mrs. Floyd to an unknown person; Mrs. Floyd's receipt of a bill paid; an account book of her household accounts; and a letter from Aunt Jule to Estelle Evans.
Thomas Bourke Floyd, Jr.: Correspondence, 1913-1932, 17.0 items.
These letters primarily deal with finances; however, there is one from his sister, Frances, regarding his marriage to Lyle White, and there is of special note, a letter from Thomas P. Saffold to Marmaduke H. Floyd re T.B. Floyd, Jr.'s family and estate.
Thomas Bourke Floyd, Jr.: Stocks and deeds, 1914-1926, 21.0 items.
These papers were retained by Marmaduke Floyd to use as executor of his brother's will and a few deal with Floyd & Co. business. Companies and people involved are The Hatfield Rail-Joint Manufacturing Co., Delaware; Elmgren's Boat Works, Chatham County, Ga.; Robert H. Robertson; Thomas S. Heyward; J.S. Graves; Bluffton Real Estate Co., Beaufort County, S.C.; Marie M. Heakes and T.B. Floyd, Sr.
James Boog Floyd I: Correspondence and a deed, 1887-1888, 2.0 items.
The letter is from Henry S. Spinning and is regarding personal news of his move to Memphis, Tenn. The deed is a sale of property in Chatham County to John K. Garnett.
Augusta Gallie Floyd and Ida P. Floyd: Miscellaneous papers, 1872-1913, 5.0 items.
These are three of Augusta Floyd's diaries, September 1872-February 1874, August 1876-July 1877, 1877-1880 (all photocopies) and a letter from Mary C. Reynolds to "Miss Gussie," 1899. Also included is a post card from Ida Perkins Floyd to her sister Frances, 1913, from Paris.
Ida A. (Perkins) Mather (Mrs. Cotton): Miscellaneous papers, 1895-1896, 6.0 items.
These are receipts, an account sheet, a letter of J.M. Rogers re placing an advertisement for her in the Atlanta Journal and her will.
DeRenne family papers, 1914-1962, 11.0 items.
These are wedding invitations, newsclippings, printing plates, W.W. DeRenne's National Press Club's Year Book for 1914, and the book, Yes, Boys Will Be Boys, written, published and printed by three young boys, including William J. Marsh, Jr., his brother, and possibly Kentwyn DeRenne.
Floyd and Co. correspondence, 1891-1909, 58.0 items.
These letters and papers are re the cotton pickery business involving the Floyd family. Correspondents include Cotton Mather, Lawton & Cunningham, Savannah; W.W. Gordon & Co., Savannah; United Hydraulic Cotton Press Co., Savannah; L.A. Matthews; R.W. Blackshear; Gignilliat & Stubbs, Savannah; Charles Ellis; William L. Gignilliat; A.L. Gardner; Savannah Bag Co., Savannah; and Gignilliat & Heidt, Savannah.
Floyd and Co., correspondence, 1910-1919, 49.0 items.
Regarding same. Correspondents include Gignilliat & Heidt, Tinsley & Hull, Savannah; Espy Cotton Co., Savannah; Butler, Stevens & Bell, Savannah; W.W. Gordon & Co., Savannah; Howard and Co., Savannah; Central of Georgia Railway; Georgia-Carolina Ferry Co., Savannah; Travis and Travis, Savannah; J.E. Hitt, Malcolm R. McAdoo, and Pearce and Batty, Savannah.
Floyd and Co., correspondence, 1920-1939, and undated, 33.0 items.
Regarding same. Correspondents include: Raiford Falligant; Peterson-Noyes, Gin Co., Savannah; Shippers Compress Co., Savannah; Peninsular Export Co., Jacksonville; Herbert F. John, Francis Walker, J.A. Foster, Atkins-Pringle Co., Charleston, S.C.; William L. Gignilliat, and The Seaboard Co., Savannah.


19Floyd and Company-Legal and miscellaneous paper; photographs

Legal papers, 1833-1892, 23.0 items.
These are deeds, contracts, loans and other legal papers. People and companies involved include William Oliver, Augustus Seaborn Jones, James Nessmith, Alvin N. Miller, J.B. Floyd I, J.R. Whatley, Henry R. Jackson, William S. Lawton, Thomas J. Sheftall, Benjamin T. Sheftall, Leftherea H. Sheftall, Forsyth Investment Co., Savannah, and Cotton Mather.
Legal papers, 18933-1899, 21.0 items.
Same. People and companies involved include Frank M. Johnston, John F. Guilmartin, Marmaduke Hamilton, Edgar Denmark, Rebecca L. Heidt, Henry McAlpin, Gignilliat & Stubbs.
Legal papers, 1900-1902, 20.0 items.
Regarding same. People and companies involved include Mrs. Ella Parker, W.R. Zittrouer, and James Zettler.
Legal papers, 1902-1904, 17.0 items.
Regarding same. People and companies involved include James Phillip Brown, Robert G. Hitt, John F. Guilmartin, George W. Davis, and John Sullivan Schley.
Legal papers, 1905-1907, 25.0 items.
Regarding same. People and companies involved include M.A. DeWitt, Sarah L. DeWitt, Thomas E. Miller, George Cheatham, and Alexander R. Lawton.
Legal papers, 1908-1910, 16.0 items.
Regarding same. People and companies involved include A.B. Harden, Bird & Weitman, Guyton, Ga., Gignilliat & Heidt, Savannah, J.W. Savarese Co., Savannah, American Leaf Tobacco Co., Quincy, Fla. and W.B. Adamson.
Legal papers, 1911-1920, 15.0 items.
Regarding same. People and companies involved include Gignilliat & Heidt, Savannah, Savannah Fair, Inc., and Savannah-Altamaha Bridge Co.
Legal papers, 1921-1932 and undated, 17.0 items.
The majority of these papers are re the incorporation of Floyd and Co. under T.B. Floyd, Jr. and M.H. Floyd. This was done after the death of their father T.B. Floyd, Sr.
Legal papers: Oglethorpe Ward property, 1873-1887, 11.0 items.
These papers are all deeds to land bought by the company for either warehouses or to relocate to business itself.
Legal papers: Oglethorpe Ward property, 1888-1889, 11.0 items.
Regarding same.
Legal papers: Oglethorpe Ward property, 1890-1892, 10.0 items.
Regarding same.
Legal papers: Oglethorpe Ward property, 1894-1924 and undated, 9.0 items.
Regarding same.
Legal papers: Account sheets and newsclippings, 8.0 items.
Legal papers: Photographs of, undated, 2.0 items.


20Other Floyds

Charles Floyd paper, 1817, 1.0 items.
Deed of gift to Charles Floyd Hamilton an African American slave named Andrew. Camden County, December 18, 1817.
Charles Henry Bourke Floyd I and II. "Argument in the Case of R.U. Harrell charged with murder", 1899, 2.0 items.
State of Florida, 1899. Typed, undated and unsigned. Clipping announcing candidacy of C.H.B. Floyd II as State Representative from Franklin County, Fla. 1942.
Charles Rinaldo Floyd miscellaneous papers, 1838-1840 and undated, 7.0 items.
Journal of Charles Rinaldo Floyd, 1821, Pt. 1. Typed copy. ½ item.
Journal of Charles Rinaldo Floyd, 1821, Pt. 2. Typed copy. ½ item.
Charles Rinaldo Floyd drawings, 21.0 items. View online.
Charles Rinaldo Floyd, papers, 7.0 items.
Henry (Harry) Hamilton Floyd I, Journal, 1852, 1952, 1.0 items.
Henry (Harry) Hamilton Floyd I, Journal, 1852, 1952, 1.0 items. , Typed copy.
John Floyd correspondence, 1822 and 1838, 13.0 items.
Typed copies of originals in the DeRenne Collection, University of Georgia; some are incomplete.
John Floyd, papers, 8.0 items.
John Buchanan Floyd, 1862
Cartoon from Harper's Weekly, November 29, 1862.
John Fenden Floyd, 1827, 1.0 items. , 1 p. Typed copy.
Letter to Miss Mackay, Bellevue, Camden Co., Ga., November 29, 1827. Love letter.
Mary Rose Floyd Journal, 1897
Mary Rose Floyd (1840-1901), changed her name from Susan Lodiviski Floyd. She was the daughter of Henry Hamilton and Margaret Anne (Boog) Floyd. She married Alfred Graves.
Mary Rose Floyd Graves, 1.0 items.
Manuscript of "The King's Highway," with it is filed a letter from The Neale Publishing Co. to Mrs. Edward Noyes, regarding its publication, 1906.
Mary Rose Floyd Graves, 1.0 items.
Manuscript of "Mrs. Marty Ann Kent."
Mary Rose Floyd Graves, 1.0 items.
Manuscript of "A Mysterious Visitor."
Mary Rose Floyd Graves, Pt. 1. ½ item.
Manuscript of "To Save a Home."
Mary Rose Floyd Graves, Pt. 2. ½ item.
Manuscript of "To Save a Home."
Mary Rose Floyd, 1.0 items.
Manuscript of "So Far, So Far from Georgia." Words and music by Mary Rose Floyd.
Mary Rose Floyd, 4.0 items.
Printed copies of "Disillusions," published as "Branly Farm," and of "Sabre Monde" both from The Morning News Library, 1883 and undated; clipping from The Federal Union of her poem, "Maun's Spring-Time," undated, and "De New Boss" from Cosmopolitan, May 1887.
Richard Fenden Floyd. Letters and drawings, 1831-1867, 5.0 items.
to Joseph Nicolau, October 1831, with news of himself, and a penciled copy of part of a letter to John D. Gibson, Jacksonville, April 20, 1867, regarding the destruction at St. Mary's by a blockading vessel; also a penciled drawing of a lady and a signed fragment of another drawing.
Richard S. Floyd. Drawings, notes and a clipping, 5.0 items.
Samuel A. Floyd. Letters, 1895-1901, 2.0 items.
to Jule Noyes written from Appalachicola, Fla., July 8, 1895 and July 4, 1901. News of himself, family and friends.
William Floyd (1734-1821), 1734-1821, 1.0 items.
regarding clipping from Historic Preservation, v. 16, no. 4, 1964, regarding the plantation estate of Gen. William Floyd on Long Island, N.Y.
Aimie Marie Delarocheaulion papers, 1842-1846, 32.0 items.
Letters to and from Dr. Delaroche and some legal papers. Correspondents besides Dr. Delaroche are: James Troup, E.R. Alberti, J.M.B. Goodbread, James Hamilton Couper, Charles Rinaldo Floyd, George McDonald, John L. Holzendorf, Benjamin Hopkins, William H. Clark, Samuel Clark, Thomas B. Ripley, William Proctor.
Everard Hamilton, 1842-1843, 2.0 items.
Everard Hamilton to John F. Hamilton, Macon, March 11, 1842, regarding John's education; John R. Hayes to his uncle, Everard Hamilton, Charleston, June 10, 1843, re family business affairs.
John F. Hamilton papers, 1850-1852, 2.0 items.
Diary, June-September , 1850; deed of sale of an African American slave, Josephine, by C.F. Hamilton to John F. Hamilton, Chatham County, April 1852.
Marmaduke Hamilton correspondence, 1853-1896, 33.0 items.
Letters regarding family, social and business matters to Hamilton from: Richard F. Floyd, Mary Hazzard (Floyd) Hamilton (his mother), Rio —, Randolph & Juke (?), Mary Hamilton (niece), Dick (Richard Fenden Floyd), Zoe Decima Hamilton, Dr. J. Emmett Blackshear, Mary Ann (Hamilton) Blackshear (sister), Laura S. McAdoo (clipping of a poem by her attached), William Scotia Tison, Rosalie Floyd Humes (?), E.C. Gowen.
Marmaduke Hamilton: Miscellaneous papers, 10.0 items.
Invitation to Annual Grand Conclave, Grand Commandy of Knights Templar for the State of Georgia, 1882; list of officers of Palestine Commandy No. 7, Savannah, 1884-1885; recipe book; alphabet and the Lord's Prayer in miniature writing by Charles R. Floyd and E.S.R. sent to Marmaduke Hamilton (3 items in 2 envelopes); Ms. poem in the hand of Marmaduke Hamilton, 1872; discharge certificate of M. Hamilton as private in Claghorn's Co., 1st Vol. Regt. Ga., for physical reasons, 1862; clipping: Resolutions on the death of Marmaduke Hamilton on March 18, 1896, by the Savannah Benevolent Association at the annual meeting July 14, 1896; Code of Honor; or, Rules for the Government of Principles and Seconds in Duelling, by John Lyde Wilson (Savannah, 1870).
Camden Hunt Club, 1832-1836, 2.0 items.
Fragments from the Minute book: "Proceedings of the Club, Reorganized October 13 th, 1832, " (1 page), Club meeting, January 1836 (2 pages); Rules and Regulations with list of members, undated (2 pages); list of members, 1832 (1 page); sketch of a deer, "sketched from Camden Co. Hunting Club book loaned by Mrs. Lucy Carnegie..."
National Sportsman's Club, Camden Co., Ga., undated, 1.0 items.
Pamphlet containing a sketch of the club; its aims, history, location, etc.


22Floyd Genealogies
Biographical Genealogies of the Virginia-Kentucky Floyd Families..., by N.F. Floyd (Baltimore, 1912). (2 copies). A Little Family History, by Mary (Floyd) Hamilton (Savannah, 1906) (2 copies, plus 1 ms. copy). Floyd family Bible. See also Bible of Fannie A. Perkins in Box 4 of this collection.

"Genealogy of the Floyd family of Northampton County, Virginia," by William S. Floyd. Inscribed at the end "In compliment to his cousin Mrs. Mary Hamilton, Savannah, Ga." Published in A Little Family History, 5.0 items. , pp. 5-7.


23Floyd family history and genealogical information on related lines

Typed copy of A Little Family History, by Mary (Floyd) Hamilton, 1.0 items.
"The Life of Ida Floyd," and history of Our families." Begins with her father, Thomas Bourke Floyd and traces his descendants to 1944, 1.0 items. , Positive photocopy.
Floyd family genealogical chart and coat-of-arms. Chart by Picot B. Floyd; pen and ink sketch of the coat-of-arms, 2.0 items.
Floyd family of Virginia, papers, 8.0 items.
Floyd obituaries and cemetery records, 8.0 items.
Floyd wills and inventories, 13.0 items.
Notes and/or copies of wills of the Floyds in Virginia and Georgia.
Floyd family reunions, marriage records, etc., 19.0 items.
Notices of family reunions, 1956, 1959, 1960, and list of those attending, 1961; wedding invitations, Sarah Elizabeth Floyd, daughter of T.B. Floyd II, and Richard Bailey Tuten, undated.; Francis Virginia Floyd (daughter of T.B. Floyd II) and William Thomas Knight III, undated; Sally Smith Floyd (daughter of James Boog Floyd) and Donald Rhea Bostwick, Jr., 1956; marriage records of T.B. Floyd and children, same of Samuel Augustus Floyd, same of Charles Rinaldo Floyd, same of Henry Hamilton Floyd I and Henry Hamilton Floyd II; list of Floyd marriage bonds, Northampton County, Va.; copy of family records from Bible of Fannie A. Perkins (Mrs. T.B. Floyd I); miscellaneous notes regarding Floyds.
Floyd plantations, 3.0 items.
Notes regarding Bellevue and Fairfield in Camden County.
Blackshear family wedding invitations, 3.0 items.
Boog family genealogy, 11.0 items.
Delarocheaulion family genealogical notes, 4.0 items.
Number not used
Dixon family, 2.0 items.
Dixon family sketch by Brice Clagett, with covering letter to Picot B. Floyd.
Edwards family, notes, 2.0 items.
Faith family, 5.0 items.
Faith family sketch by Brice Clagett and notes and records re the Faith-Floyd-King connection.
Fenden Family, 8.0 items.
Fenden family sketch by Brice Clagett and notes regarding the family.
Foster family, notes, 3.0 items.
Hazzard (Hazard) family, 7.0 items.
Hazzard family sketch by Brice Clagett and correspondence regarding the family.
Hazzard family, 34.0 items.
Notes regarding and genealogical chart by Picot B. Floyd.
Kelly family, 1.0 items.
Kelly family sketch by Brice Clagett.
Lofton family, 9.0 items.
Sketch by Brice Clagett and notes.
McAdoo family, 2.0 items.
Chart showing the Buchanan-Boyd-McAdoo family and a clipping of an interview with Ellen Wilson McAdoo telling of her father, Woodrow Wilson and her husband, William Gibbs McAdoo.
Noyes family, 1.0 items.
"Wedlock" of Julia Elizabeth Floyd and Edward Prescott Noyes, listing their children with birth dates.
Pacetti family, 1.0 items.
"Wedlock" of — Pacetty and Margaret Isabella Floyd, listing children and birth dates.
Perkins and Scarborough families, 14.0 items.
A letter, notes, clippings regarding Perkins and Scarborough. Included is a copy of the booklet Whistle Stops, ed. Donald . Perkins regarding the towns of Perkins, Millen and Lawton, Ga., 1883-1900.
Pritchard (Pritcherd) family, 8.0 items.
Pritchard family sketch by Brice Clagett and notes.
Ross family, 7.0 items.
Ross family sketch by Brice Clagett, notes and photographs of miniatures of Murdo and Isabella Ross.
Russell family, 1.0 items.
"Wedlock" of John S. Russell and Catharine Sophia Floyd, listing children, birth dates, and death dates of some of them.
Wigg family, 8.0 items.
St. Helena's Parish, S.C. Extracts from the Vestry Minutes re Floyd, Hazzard, Wigg, Fenden, Edwards and Waight families, 1726-1812, 1.0 items.


24Floyd and Boisfeuillet photographs and newsclippings

Dolores B. Floyd: Photographs, 33.0 items.
Frances V. Floyd: Photographs, 1.0 items.
Ida Perkins Floyd: Photographs, 1.0 items.
John Floyd: Photographs, 2.0 items.
John Buchanan Floyd: Photographs, 2.0 items.
Julia Frances Floyd: Photographs, 4.0 items.
Marmaduke Hamilton Floyd, Sr.: Photographs, 3.0 items. View online.
Marmaduke Hamilton Floyd, Jr.: Photographs, 1.0 items.
Richard S. Floyd: Photographs, 3.0 items.
Samuel Augustus Floyd: Photographs, 3.0 items.
Thomas Bourke Floyd, Sr.: Photographs, 2.0 items.
Floyd family: Photographs, 1.0 items.
Charles McKinnon Boisfeuillet: Photographs, 1.0 items.
Frank Sloan Boisfeuillet: Photographs, 3.0 items.
Augusta (Floyd) DeRenne: Photographs, 1.0 items.
Augusta & Inigo DeRenne: Photographs, 1.0 items.
Wimberley Wormsloe DeRenne: Photographs, 1.0 items.
DeRenne family: Augusta, Inigo and Kentwyn: Photographs, 1.0 items.
Gaudry family: Photographs, 3.0 items.
John Floyd Hamilton: Photographs, 1.0 items.
Marmaduke Hamilton: Photographs, 4.0 items.
Mary Hazzard (Floyd) Hamilton: Photographs, 2.0 items.
Eben Hazzard: Photographs, 1.0 items.
Noble Wimberley Jones: Photographs, 1.0 items. View online.
Online Inventory Contains Digitized Items
Oliver Hazard Perry: Photographs, 1.0 items.
Sloan family: Photographs, 19.0 items.
Appalachicola, Fla.: Photographs, 18.0 items.
African Americans: Photographs, 24.0 items.
Okeefenokee Swamp: Photographs, 12.0 items. View online.
Online Inventory Contains Digitized Items
Okeefenokee Swamp: Photographs, 11.0 items.
Dungeness, Cumberland Island: Photographs, 2.0 items.
Miscellaneous: Photographs, 19.0 items.
Unidentified: Photographs, 3.0 items.
Newsclippings regarding members of the family: Photographs, 72.0 items.


25Papers of members of the Boisfeuillet family and genealogies

Adrian Snyder Boisfeuillet, papers, 16.0 items.
Includes certificate of First Communion of Adrian Henry Boisfeuillet.
Adrian S. Boisfeuillet, 22.0 items.
Notes and recollections of him by DBF.
Adrian S. Boisfeuillet: Patent, 9.0 items.
Correspondence regarding and letters patent of A.S. Boisfeuillet's invention of a can labeling machine.
Adrian S. Boisfeuillet: Patent, 1.0 items.
Copy of papers in U.S. Patent Office files regarding the patent.
Adrian S. Boisfeuillet: Patent, 17.0 items.
Correspondence and notes regarding the patent.
Adrian Arnau Boisfeuillet: Papers, 4.0 items.
Frank Sloan Boisfeuillet, papers, 4.0 items.
George Alexander Boisfeuillet, 2.0 items.
Family record and receipted bill for burial expenses, 1859.
John Theodore Boisfeuillet, papers, 34.0 items.
Biographical information, notes and clippings.
Boisfeuillet genealogies, 12.0 items.
Boisfeuillet genealogical chart, 1.0 items.
Boisfeuillet photographs and clippings, 20.0 items.
Boisfeuillet home: Photographs, 8.0 items.
Chateau de Boisfeuillet in France; Boisfeuillet home in Macon.


26Boisfeuillet related lines

Jean Pierre Arnaud papers, 1803-1832, 23.0 items.
Letters to and from Jean Pierre Arnaud and other papers regarding him, all original manuscripts; photographs, notes and clippings.
Clay-Kearney genealogical data, 12.0 items.
Doerflinger genealogical data, 9.0 items.
Fort-Stubbs-Jemison genealogical data, 5.0 items.
Gray genealogical data, 8.0 items.
Jemison-Chestney correspondence and genealogical data, 1913-1970, 33.0 items.
McKinnon genealogical data, 10.0 items.
Peacock genealogical data, 21.0 items.
Pierre Joseph Picot de Cloriviere, data, 5.0 items.
Silva-Guerard genealogical data, 27.0 items.
Schneyder (Snyder, Snider, etc.)-Niclez legal papers, 1809-1876, 21.0 items.
Schneyder-Niclez, 32.0 items.
Silva genealogical data and Photographs, 12.0 items.
Sloan genealogical data, 63.0 items.
Theriault genealogical data, 2.0 items.


27Colquitt and Habersham family papers

Colquitt family correspondence, 1908-1956, 41.0 items.
Alfred Hold Colquitt, papers, 7.0 items.
Anna (Colquitt) Hunter and family, clippings, etc., 10.0 items.
Harriet Ross Colquitt. Clipping of editorial on her death, 1.0 items.
Hugh H. Colquitt papers, 4.0 items.
Letter to his niece, D.B. Colquitt; copy of a letter to him from Mattie Arnold, 1870, regarding the Colquitts in Virginia, card listing his Civil War experiences; photograph in Confederate States Army uniform.
James Colquitt, 1.0 items.
Typed copy of his will, January 23, 1834.
John Colquitt and Moina Michael, 9.0 items.
Typed copy of the will of John Colquitt, October 18, 1799; biographical data re Moina Bell Michael (the "Poppy Lady"), a descendant of John Colquitt.
Oscar Branch Colquitt, 6.0 items.
Clippings and notes.
Walter Terry Colquitt, 7.0 items.
Biographical data.
William Neyle Colquitt papers, 11.0 items.
Description of Dolores Boisfeuillet in his own hand; letter to him from john T. Boisfeuillet, 1922, regarding his political campaign and anti-Catholicism; clippings regarding him and his family.
Colquitt miscellany, 10.0 items.
Notes and clippings regarding various Colquitts.
Colquitts of North Carolina, 8.0 items.
Copies of legal papers from Rockingham.
Colquitts of Virginia, 24.0 items.
Copies of legal papers from Halifax County, Va. and notes.
Colquitt genealogical data, 38.0 items.
Colquitt-Dick (Dickie) family, 2.0 items.
Genealogical data.
Colquitt-Holt family, 8.0 items.
Genealogical data.
Colquitt-Ross family, 1.0 items.
Genealogical data.
Habersham family correspondence, 1913-1929, 13.0 items.
James Habersham, papers, 7.0 items.
"James Habersham, Colonial Governor of Georgia: His Ancestry and Biography; also His Sons, Joseph and John Habersham...," by D.B. Colquitt (written in 1919); notes and clippings, photograph.
James Habersham, Jr., 1.0 items.
Copy by DBF of a biographical sketch.
John Habersham, 1.0 items.
"John Habersham, 1754-1799, " by DBF, unsigned.
Joseph Habersham, 1.0 items.
"Joseph Habersham, 1751-1815," by DBF, unsigned.
William Neyle Habersham, 2.0 items.
Letter regarding his flute, 1941; photograph of his house on the corner of Harris and Habersham streets.
Habersham genealogies and related lines, 31.0 items.
Habersham genealogical charts, 6.0 items.
Habersham-Marshall family, 16.0 items.
Genealogical data.
Neyle family correspondence, 1915-1920, 7.0 items.
Letters to Mr. and Mrs. Neyle Colquitt re family genealogy from Charles Ford Neyle.
Gilbert and Elizabeth Neyle papers, 9.0 items.
Copies of wills of Gilbert Neyle, 1783, and Elizabeth Neyle, 1806; and genealogical notes.
Gilbert Neville Neyle, 3.0 items.
Copy of will, 1833; photograph of a miniature and genealogical notes.
Mary Susan Neyle Witsell, 1.0 items.
Copy of marriage settlement of Mary Susan Neyle, daughter of Henry M. Neyle and Emanuel Witsell, 1858.
Philip Neyle, 18.0 items.
Negative photocopy of the marriage settlement of Philip Neyle and Elizabeth Nash Ford, 1797; genealogical notes.
Sampson Neyle, the elder, 23.0 items.
Copy of his will, 1780; genealogical notes.
Sampson Neyle, the younger, 8.0 items.
Genealogical notes including McQueen and Heinemann connections.
William Neyle, 11.0 items.
Typed copy of will, 1802; negative photocopy of marriage settlement of William Neyle and Harriet Villepontoeux, 1794; genealogical notes.
Miscellaneous Neyles, not related, 8.0 items.
Neyle genealogy, 19.0 items.
"To the memory of William Neyle Colquitt (1878-1924) is dedicated this account of the Neyle Family," by D.B. Floyd, undated (handwritten ms.); genealogical notes.
Neyle-Carson family notes, 26.0 items.
Neyle-Hebremont (Smith) family notes, 19.0 items.
Neyle-Rossignol family notes, 4.0 items.
Neyle-Sollee family notes, 25.0 items.
Neyle-Villepontoeux family notes, 6.0 items.


29DuBignon genealogical data and vital records

Christophe Poullain du Bignon, 24.0 items.
Charles du Bignon, 4.0 items.
Col. Henry du Bignon, Sr., 10.0 items.
Henry Charles du Bignon, 23.0 items.
Henry (Harry) F. du Bignon, 6.0 items.
Henry R. du Bignon, 12.0 items.
John du Bignon, 3.0 items.
John E. du Bignon, 4.0 items.
Joseph Du Bignon, 5.0 items.
Joseph Poullain du Bignon, 4.0 items.
Du Bignon: Miscellaneous census records, 2.0 items.
Du Bignon: Miscellaneous baptismal records, 9.0 items.
Du Bignon: Miscellaneous marriage records, 24.0 items.
Du Bignon: Miscellaneous legal records, 5.0 items.
Du Bignon: Genealogical charts, 3.0 items.
Poullain in France, 7.0 items.


30Brittany Parish registers, A-I. All are printed an in French

Parish registers, A-Bal, 9.0 items.
Agine, Antrain, Argentre, Aubigne, Availles, Bager-Morvan, Baille, Bain, Balazi.
Parish registers, Baz-Bre, 12.0 items.
LaBazauge-du-Desert, Bazouges-la-Perouse, Becheria, Betton, Bille, Bonaban, Bonnemains, LaBouexiere, Bourge-des-Comptes, LaBoussac, Breal-pres-La Gravelle.
Parish registers, Bri-Cen, 9.0 items.
Brie, Broons, Brusvilly, Cardroc, Carfantain (2 copies), Caulne, LaCella-Guerchoise, Cendres.
Parish registers, Cha-Che, 9.0 items.
La Chapelle-aux-Filsmeens, Chateaubourg, Chateaunefu-de-la-Noe, Chateaugiron, Le Chatellier, Chatillion-en-Vendelais, Chevaigne.
Parish registers, Com-Dinan 1& 2, 7.0 items.
Comblessc, Connbourtille, Corpsnuds, Le Crouais, Dinan 1 and 2.
Parish records, Dinan 3-8, 6.0 items.
Parish registers, Dinge-Dr, 7.0 items.
Dinge, Dol, Domagne, Domalain, Dompierre-du-Chemin, Dourdain, Drouges.
Parish registers, Ea-Fougeres (1), 9.0 items.
Eange, Erbree, Erce-en-la Mil, Etrelles, Epignac, Ferce, Fleurigne, LaFontennelle, Fougeres 1.
Parish registers. Faugeres, 2-5, 4.0 items.
Parish registers. Ga-Iz, 11.0 items.
Gael, Gennes-sur-Seiche, Gomene, Guenroc, Guipry, Guiette, Le Hingle, Illifaut, Ize.


31Brittany Parish registers, Sa-St. Malo (5)

Parish registers, La-Lour, 9.0 items.
Laignelet, Lancieux, Lanrigan, Lecousse, Lillemer, Livre, Loheac, LeLoraux, Lourmais.
Parish registers, Louv-Mez, 9.0 items.
Louvigne-de-Bais, Louvigue-du-Desert, Luitre et La Celle, Marpere, Martigne-Ferchaud, Mece, Melle, Messac, Meziere.
Parish registers, Mo-Mon, 9.0 items.
Moigne, Montaut, Manta tour, Montero, Montour, Montreuil-des-Lands, Montreuil-Le Gist, Montreuil-sur-Ille, Montreuil-des-Landes, Montreuil-sur-Perouse, Mont-Saint-Michel.
Parish registers, Mor-Pan, 8.0 items.
Mordelles et La Chapelle-Thouarault, Moulin, Moutier, Noyal-sur-Brutz, Noyal-sur-Vilaine, Pance.
Parish registers, Par-Plesd, 8.0 items.
Parame, Parce, Parigne, Le Pertre, Pere et Le Boistrudan, Plechatel, Pliene-Fougeres, Plesder.
Parish register, Pless-Pr, 8.0 items.
Le Plessis-Balisson, Pleugueneuc, Ploubalay, Plouer, Plumaudan, Poligne, Prince.
Parish registers, Q-Rennes (2), 5.0 items.
Quebriac, Quedillac, Renee & La Guericke, Rennes 1 and 2.
Rennes (3)-St. Ben, 9.0 items.
Rennes 3 and 4, Eglise Protestante de Cleusne (Rennes), Retier, Le Rheu, Romazy, Saint-Aubin-des-Langes, Saint-Benait-des-Ondes.
Parish registers. St. Bri-St. Germain du, 10.0 items.
Saint-Briac, St.-Brice-en-Cogles, St. Christophy-des-Bois, Sainte-Colombe, St. Colomb, Saint-Didier, Saint-Enogat, Saint-Erblon, Saint-Etienne-en-Cogles, Saint Germain-du-Penel.
Parish registers, St. Germain-sur-St. Lu, 13.0 items.
Saint-Germain-sur-Ille, Saint-Helen, Saint-Ideuc, Saint-Jacut de la Mer (Notre Dame de Landouard), Saint-Jean-sur-Vilaive et St.-Melaine, St. Jouan-de-L'Isle et La Chapelle-Blanch, St.-Jouan-des-Guerets, St.-Joudoce, St.-Leger, St.-Leonard, St.-Lumaire de Pontual.
Parish registers, St. M-St. Malo (5), 7.0 items.
Saint-M'Herue, Saint-Maden, Saint-Malo, 1-5.


32Brittany Parish registers, St. Malo (6)-Vitre, and travel guides

Parish registers, St. Malo, 6-11, 6.0 items.
Parish registers, St. Malo (12)-St. P. Saint-Malo, 12-14, 8.0 items.
St. Malo de-Phily, Saint-Meloir-des-Ondes, Saint-Ouen-de-la-Rouerie, St.-Pere-Marcen-en-Poulet, Saint-Purn.
Parish registers, St. Sau-St. U, 9.0 items.
Saint-Sauvier-des-Landes, Saint-Senoux, Saint-Servan 1-3, Saint-Suliac, Saint-Sulpice-des-Landes, Saint-Tual, Saint-Uniac.
Parish registers, Sel-Tra, 10.0 items.
Le Sel, La Selle-en-Cogles, Servon, Taden, Le Teil, Torce, Tourie, Trans.
Parish registers, Tre-Vix, 12.0 items.
Trebedan, Trefumel, Trembley, Tressaint, Tresse, Treverain, Vergeal, Vieuxviel Vilde-Bidan, Visseiche.
Parish registers, Vitre 1-3, 3.0 items.
Parish registers, Vitre 4 and Eglise Protestante. De Vitre, 2.0 items.
Brittany travel guides - Brest, 2.0 items.
Brittany travel guides - Nancy, 2.0 items.
Brittany travel guides - St. Malo, 2.0 items.
Brittany travel guides - Strasbourg, 1.0 items.
Brittany: Miscellaneous, 3.0 items.
Catalogue des Ourages de Fends et en Nombre sur la Bretagne (1914); La Bretagne et les Pays Celtique - L'Ame Bretonne(1911); book covers listing publications for sale.


33Books pertaining to Brittany ( 5.0 items. )
Not in folders: Histoire Anecdotique de Brest (1923); Recherche sur le Chevalerie du Duche de Bretagne 2 vols. (1877-1878); Saint-Malo Historique (1902); Histoire et Panorama d'u Beau Pays ou Saint-Malo, Saint-Servan, Dinan...


34Books pertaining to Brittany ( 6.0 items. )
L'affaire Perlet, Drames Policiers (1923); Veillis Maisanis, etc. 3rd and 5th series (1911 & 1924); Veillis Maisans Vieux Papiers 1st, 2nd, 7 4th series (1910-1924).
Boxes 35-38 contain DBF's manuscripts for a history of the Roman Catholics in early Georgia, supporting data and notes on related subjects and individuals. The folder headings are Mrs. Floyd's


35Catholics in early Georgia

"Catholics in Colonial Georgia," handwritten draft in ink on loose leaf papers, 1.0 items.
Untitled preliminary draft of the above, 1.0 items.
Handwritten in pencil on yellow second sheets.
"The Romantic Records of the Establishment of the Catholic Church in Georgia", 1.0 items.
Rough draft, part typed, part pencil.
"Roman Catholics in Early Georgia...", 2.0 items.
Two incomplete rough drafts, one dated 1957 and the other 1959, the latter typed.
Tomochichi; Yamacraw Indians (Catholic?), 8.0 items.
Land tenure, 7.0 items.
English restrictions again Catholics, 10.0 items.
Catholics necessity to attend Protestant services, 8.0 items.
Oaths: Allegiance, Abjuration, Supremacy, Trans-substantiation, 9.0 items.
Toleration, 3.0 items.
Parish as English Civil Officers, 1.0 items.
Catholics "allowed" in Georgia, 9.0 items.
Liberty of Conscience, 11.0 items.
Converts of Popery, 6.0 items.
Oglethorpe, James Edward, 20.0 items.
Catholics on the ship Anne, 1.0 items.
Catholics on Oglethorpe's second voyage, 1.0 items.
Irish Convicts, 1733, 25.0 items.
Oglethorpe's Regiment, 21.0 items.
Clifton, Sir Robert, 3.0 items.
Amatis, Paul, 3.0 items.
Salice, Anthony, - Suspect, 1735, 4.0 items.
Peter Gordon, 10.0 items.
Potter, Robert, - Irish, 1733, 9.0 items.
Tondee, Peter, 1750, 25.0 items.
Peter Shepherd, 1750, 11.0 items.
Parker, Henry and Isle of Hope, 18.0 items.
Dempsey, Charles, 8.0 items.
Catholics mentioned but not named, 8.0 items.
John Wesley: "Coddling Catholics and Opening the Door for Romanism", 3.0 items.



36428Catholics at Ebenezer, 4.0 items.
429Slaves in the colony of Georgia, 11.0 items.
430Status of Catholics in England and America, 4.0 items.
431El Duque: A Spaniard, not a prisoner, 7.0 items.
432Spanish relations with Georgia, 38.0 items.
433Western Georgia - French and Spanish priests, 9.0 items.
434Louisiana - French missionaries - Fort Toulouse region, 9.0 items.
435Christina Gottlieb Priber, 12.0 items.
436Acadians in Georgia, 39.0 items.
437South Carolina - Colonial Records, 3.0 items.
438John Gordon, 5.0 items.
439Jews and Catholics in Georgia, 13.0 items.
440Quebec Act
441John Carroll, 4.0 items.
442Jasper Hernandez, 5.0 items.
443French-Indian War, 1.0 items.
444American Revolution: Army and Navy Chaplains, 6.0 items.
445American Revolution: French Catholics, 6.0 items.
446American Revolution: Irish Catholics, 6.0 items.
447American Revolution: Louisiana-French Catholics, 4.0 items.
448American Revolution: Minorcans, 9.0 items.
449American Revolution: People of Santo Domingo, 2.0 items.
450American Revolution: Polish Catholics, 8.0 items.
451American Revolution: Spanish Catholics, 13.0 items.
452Post-Revolution in Georgia and Florida, 17.0 items.
453Laws, etc. relating to Georgia Catholics, 3.0 items.



37454Priests in the 1790s, 6.0 items.
455Church in Charles - Priests, etc., 2.0 items.
456Incorporation of the Church, 1799-1800, 3.0 items.
457Incorporation, 2.0 items.
458French refugees, 1790s - West Indies and France, 6.0 items.
459Chappedelaine and Sapelo Colony and letter to George Washington, 5.0 items. . View images: 1 | 2.
Online Inventory Contains Digitized Items
460Andre Michaux - Extracts translated from the Journal of Andre Michaux, 1787-1796, 1.0 items.
461Freemasonry with French refugees, 2.0 items.
Includes "The Refugees From the Island of St. Domingo in Maryland," by Walter C. Hartridge (1843).
462John Baptiste Goupy, 3.0 items.
463Bourquin, John and Henry, 10.0 items.
464Bishop John England, 7.0 items.
465Richard Howly, 35.0 items.
466Richard Howly papers, 11.0 items.
photocopies of Spanish letters.
467Richard Howly correspondence, 1779-1781, 12.0 items. , Photocopies.


38Catholics in Early Georgia, continued; notes regarding Indians; maps; newsclippings

John Don Juan McQueen, 9.0 items.
Emanuel Rengel and Mary Jones, 3.0 items.
John Tobler, 3.0 items.
Notes on Barcia's Chronological History of the Continent of Florida, 1565-1719, 1.0 items.
Spanish Missions: Bishop of Cuba's letters, 1675
Martyrs: early Jesuit priests, 2.0 items.
French in Georgia, 1562-1580, 1596, 1603, 1605, 4.0 items.
Eastern and Coastal Georgia, 12.0 items.
Notes and clippings regarding geography and Indian tribes.
Northern, central and southern Georgia, 16.0 items.
Notes and clippings regarding geography and Indian tribes.
Western Georgia - Carmelite missionaries, Indians, 14.0 items.
Father Joseph Mitchell correspondence, 1920-1926 and undated, 10.0 items.
Maps from John Swanton's The Indian Tribes of North America, 10.0 items.
Notes from papers by Dr. J.J. O'Connell, 2.0 items.
Newsclippings regarding Catholics and the Church, 23.0 items.
Includes Richard Reid's "Catholics in Georgia."


39Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and other Catholic notes

"Savannah's Cathedral of St. John the Baptist: Its Historic Background," by Dolores B. Floyd, 1963, 1.0 items. , Typed.
Colonial period, 13.0 items.
First church, 35.0 items.
Second church, 39.0 items.
Third church, 31.0 items.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 11.0 items.
Windows, 10.0 items.
Cross, 5.0 items.
Bishop's throne, 5.0 items.
Murals, 11.0 items.
Pamphlets regarding the history of the Cathedral, 4.0 items.
"Our Heritage, Our Future;" pamphlet, notes and photograph, 13.0 items.
Catholic Clergy (biographical notes), B-K, 7.0 items.
Catholic Clergy (biographical notes), M-V, 6.0 items.
Constance O'Hara: Letters to DBF, 1962-1964, 4.0 items.
Apostles, 23.0 items.
Patriarchs, 4.0 items.
Prophets, 8.0 items.
Evangelists, 5.0 items.
Saint Patrick and other saints, 9.0 items.
St. John the Baptist, 14.0 items.


40DBF: Miscellaneous writings

"Aaron Burr's Sojourn on St. Simons", 1.0 items.
"Across France - Brest to Nancy", 1.0 items.
"America's First Woman Senator", 1.0 items.
Regarding Rebecca (Latimer) Fenton (Mrs. William Harrel).
"Jean Pierre Arnaud", and notes, 33.0 items.
"Brown's Coffee House - The Cincinnati", 1.0 items.
"Browns Coffee House", 12.0 items.
"The Buffalo in Coastal Georgia," and notes, 7.0 items.
"Burkhalter Family of Georgia", 1.0 items.
"Charleston Gravestone Portraiture: An Early American Folk Art," draft and notes, 5.0 items.
"Charlestonians in the Saint Memin Collections of Miniatures", 1.0 items.
"Chekilli's Legend", 1.0 items. , draft.
"Chekilli's Legend", 1.0 items. , Typed.
"Chekilli's Legend", 12.0 items.
"Chekilli's Legend", 4.0 items. , Photographs and printed copy.
"Colonial Authors Books on View", 1.0 items.
Regarding an exhibit of rare books held at Hodgson Hall.
"Colonial Georgia Silversmiths", 12.0 items.
"Button Gwinnett's Store in Savannah," and notes, 4.0 items.
Democratic National Committee - Writings, 10.0 items.
"Distinguished South Carolinians in the St. Memin Collection of Miniatures", 1.0 items.
"Does France Face Return to Monarchy", 1.0 items.



41523"A Document Relating to Colonial Georgia - Georgia's Distinguished Jewish Families", 18.0 items.
Draft and notes.
524"Fort Oglethorpe and Frederica", 1.0 items.
525"Georgia Historical Society Portraits", 1.0 items.
526"Georgia Historical Society Portraits", 11.0 items.
527"Georgia Historical Society Has Reached Its Centennial." Savannah Morning News, 1939 October 26, 1.0 items.
528"The Golden Isles of Guale", 3.0 items.
Draft and correspondence.
529"Greenwich and Thunderbolt", 1.0 items.
530"Habersham Memorial Hall Replica of the Old Habersham House", 2.0 items.
531"Headliners of American History and their Influence on the Coastal Isles of Georgia", 1.0 items.
532Henry Ford, 2.0 items.
Notes and data.
533"History Points the Way to Archaeology on the Georgia Coast", 2.0 items.
534James Flint, 5.0 items.
Biographical data.
535"Jekyll Island", 1.0 items.
536"King's Retreat Plantation", 2.0 items.
537"The Legend of Sir Walter Raleigh at Savannah." GHQ, 1939, 7.0 items.
with reprint and photos.
538"Lesson on Music" and "The Phantom Music Teacher", 2.0 items.
539"A Letter from Mrs. Neyle Colquitt." The Americanization Bulletin, 1923 November, 1.0 items.
540"Little House that Escaped the Pied Piper", 1.0 items.
541"Midway Data at Georgia Historical Society." Savannah Press, 1927 October 9, 1.0 items.
542"Mont St. Michel", 1.0 items.
543"Mulberry Grove" with notes and data, 41.0
544"New Yamacraw and the Indian Mound Irene." Pamphlet, 1936, 1.0 items.
545"The Portraits of Oglethorpe"
Includes photos and prints, etc.



42546"Oglethorpe Home at Frederica" by M.H. and D.B. Floyd. GHQ, 1936 September, 20.0 items.
Also notes
547"Oglethorpe Home In Savannah" Savannah Evening Press, 1928 May 5, 3.0 items.
548Oglethorpe Trail, 23.0 items.
549"Our French Liberators." DAR Magazine, 1921 October, 1.0 items.
550"Passion Play," Washington Post, 1922 August 20, 2.0 items.
Also John T. Boisfeuillet's review.
551"Peter Tondee, the Carpenter." GHQ, 1926 December, 3.0 items.
Transcript and notes.
552"Pre-Columbian Europeans in Georgia", 3.0 items. , clippings.
553"The Republican Court." DAR Magazine, 1923 February, 1.0 items.
554"St. Memin's Engravings of Famous Southerners." DAR Magazine, 1921 August, 1.0 items.
555"St. Simons Island", 1.0 items.
556"Samuel Bowen", 2.0 items.
557"Sapelo Island", 1.0 items.
Regarding Chappedelaine and the Sapelo Company. Rough draft.
558"Savannah, Four Hundred Years Ago." Savannah Morning News, 1961 April 23, 3.0 items.
559"Savannah River Road." Savannah Evening Press, 1937 April 9, 2.0 items.
560"Savannah Squares", 3.0 items.



43561"The Scotch Club and the Malcontents." Books 1 and 2, 2.0 items.
562"The Scotch Club and the Malcontents." Books 3 and 4, 2.0 items.
563"The Scotch Club and the Malcontents." Books 5 and 6, 2.0 items.
564"Senauki." Savannah Morning News, 1937 May 2, 3.0 items.
565"South Carolina Gazette at Hodgson Hall." Savannah Morning News, 1935 December 23, 1.0 items.
566"Telfair Antique Globes." Savannah Morning News, 1934 July 29, 2.0 items.
567 Thomas Stephens: The Hard Case of the Distressed People of Georgia, 1742, 1.0 items. , positive photocopy.
568"Tomochichi's Burial Place." Savannah Morning News, 1937 February 21, 3.0 items.
569"Toona-who-I's Gold Watch", 10.0 items. , Notes.
570"The Trustees Garden Herb Shop." Dixie Mirror, 1941, 1.0 items.
571"Tybee Lighthouse", 69.0 items.
Notes, clippings, and correspondence re.
572"Tybee Lighthouse", 37.0 items.
573"Tybee Lighthouse", 4.0 items. , Typed. with notes.
574"Vernonburg." Savannah Morning News, 1932 June 26, 2.0 items.
575"Washington Gossip." Savannah Press, 1923 August and September, 7.0 items.
576Wilmington Island - International Monetary Conference, 1946, 13.0 items.
Notes and data.
577Wilmington Island - Lord Wilmington, 5.0 items.
Notes and data.
578Writings, 9.0 items.
579The Wurttemburg Prince, 7.0 items.


44DBF: Manuscripts: 1st Year - Colony of Georgia; Georgia Navy in the Revolution
1st year - Colony of Georgia: papers and notes re.

Distribution of the settlements - County of Savannah, 1.0 items.
Planning of the colony, 4.0 items.
Naming officers, 5.0 items.
Voyage and passengers, 1.0 items.
Arrival in South Carolina, 1.0 items.
Selecting the site, 1.0 items.
Off for Georgia, 1.0 items.
Regarding Oglethorpe and the colonist's trip from Charleston to the proposed site for the colony.
Arrival at Yamacraw, 1.0 items.
Beginning the settlement, 1.0 items.
Yoakley's boat arrives, 1.0 items.
Regarding the ship James which sailed for Georgia in 1733 with new colonists from England.
Treaty with the Indians, 1.0 items.
Problems - Mutiny of Oglethorpe's troops, 1.0 items.
More settlements - Fort Argyle, 1.0 items.
New colonists arrive in June, 1.0 items.
Houses, lots, court, 1.0 items.
Jews arrive on July 11, 1733, 1.0 items.
Deaths, burials, 1.0 items.
The large embarkment on the ship George, 1.0 items.
Public defense works, 1.0 items.
Parts 21-26 of the official colony of Georgia records, 8.0 items.
Georgia Navy in the Revolution - papers and notes re.
Gallies, 24.0 items.
Regarding ships used for defense along the Atlantic coast and in the inter-coastal waterways during the Revolution.
Miscellaneous notes, 14.0 items.
regarding the Georgia navy in the Revolution.
Oliver Bowen, 9.0 items.
Regarding Commodore Oliver Bowen of the Georgia Navy.
William Brown, 2.0 items.
Photocopies regarding Major Brown and his establishment, Brown's Coffee House.
Ebenezer Smith Platt. Mr. Platt commandeered a British ship at the port of Savannah in 1776, and confiscated arms and ammunition on board for the use of the American patriots. Later he was arrested in Jamaica and sent to England to be tried for high treason, 7.0 items.
Ebenezer Smith Platt - documents of case against, 16.0 items. , photocopies.
Ebenezer Smith Platt - documents of case against, 20.0 items. , photocopies.
James Edward Powell. Two affidavits certifying Mr. Powell to have been Judge of the Vice Admiralty under Gov. James Wright in Georgia, 1754-circa 1776, 2.0 items. , photocopies.
Nellie (brig.), 8.0 items. , photocopies.
Regarding the sinking of the Nellie by American patriots during the Revolution.


45Yamacraw, Yamacraws, Irene mound, Tomo-chi-chi

Yamacraw - Part I: "The Old Indian Province of Yamacraw: The Historical Background", 1.0 items.
Yamacraw - Part II: "The Town and Tribe of Yamacraw", 1.0 items.
Yamacraw - Part III: "Yamacraw and the Yamacraws on the Stage of History", 1.0 items.
Yamacraw - Appendix, 2.0 items.
"Yamacraw and the Yamacraws - A Synopsis", 1.0 items.
Location of Irene Mound, new Yamacraw, and the Cowpen, 16.0 items.
Yamacraw - Illustrations, 11.0 items.
Yamacraw - Miscellaneous notes, 1.0 items.
Tomo-chi-chi - Miscellaneous notes, 25.0 items.
"Tomo-chi-chi: A Drama." Hand written copy of an old drama, by John Cleland, published in 1758, with a biographical note of John Cleland, 2.0 items.


46Telfair family and Academy - Papers and Photographs

"Telfairs of Savannah", 1.0 items. , rough draft.
Telfair miscellany, 5.0 items.
Mary Telfair, Mrs. Few, Mr. Paine, 6.0 items.
Telfair family data, 14.0 items.
William Brown Hodgson, 4.0 items. , Typed, by D.B. Floyd, and notes.
"W.B. Hodgson Had Claim To other Distinctions Than As Husband of Margaret Telfair."
Telfair family Photographs, 2.0 items.
Telfair servants - notes and Photographs, 6.0 items.
Loose in the box: Inventory to the Telfair family papers (MS 793) written by Dolores Boisfeuillet Floyd, 1.0 items.
Telfair mansion and site, 4.0 items.
Mary Telfair's portrait - notes, 5.0 items.
Georgia Historical Society and Telfair Academy, 4.0 items.
Telfair Academy - correspondence, 1916, 3.0 items.
regarding identification of two artists, and notes reegarding other artists.
Telfair Academy - Carl Brandt, 12.0 items.
Correspondence and notes.
Telfair Academy - books, 1.0 items.
Notebook containing notes regarding the book collection at Telfair.
Telfair Academy - Dante's bust, notes, 10.0 items.
Telfair Academy - Kitchens, notes and pamphlets, 18.0 items.
Telfair Academy - clippings and post cards, 11.0 items.



47635Telfair Academy - programs, 7.0 items.
636Telfair Academy - catalogues, 7.0 items.
637Telfair Academy - catalogues, 7.0 items.
638Telfair Academy - furniture catalogues, 2.0 items.
639Telfair Academy - inventories, 1875, 1935, 2.0 items.
Loose in box: Notebook - furniture not originally belonging to the family, 1.0 items.
Loose in box: Notebook - Telfair Academy picture catalogue and miscellany, 1.0 items.


48Pirate's House and Trustee Garden papers

Pirate's House - correspondence, 1940-1951 and undated, 21.0 items.
Letters to DBF regarding the Pirate's House and 2 poems.
Pirate's House - sketches, 7.0 items.
Pirate's house - garden design, 1.0 items.
Pirate's House - miscellaneous, 17.0 items.
Pirate's House - Photographs, 45.0 items.
Pirate's House - post cards and drawings, 12.0 items.
Pirate's house - clippings, 53.0 items.
Samuel Bowen and James Flint, 5.0 items.
Caleb Davis, 16.0 items.
Robert Louis Stevenson and Treasure Island, 5.0 items.
Trustees Garden - correspondence, 1945 and undated, 9.0 items.
Trustees Garden - general, 6.0 items.
Trustees Garden - Herb House, 11.0 items.
Trustees Garden - gardeners, 3.0 items.
Trustees Garden - clippings, 24.0 items.
Apothecaries' Garden, Chelsea, England, 9.0 items.
Vasquez d'Allyon - notes, 2.0 items.
Exploration of Florida - "Of the Acts of the Spanish and French in Florida; and of the Soyle and Cities," (Chapter extracted from Theological and Geographical History of the World, pub. in London, 1626); typed copies of documents in the General Archives of the Indies, Seville, Spain; notes on Florida from Literary History, Indian Tribes and Antiquities by D.G. Brinton, (1859); notes from A Descriptive Catalogue of those Maps, Charts, and Surveys Relating to America...(from Haklyt), by J.G. Kohl (1857), 5.0 items.
Exploration of Florida - correspondence, 1935-1942, 8.0 items.
Exploration of Florida - "The maping and exploration of the Ga. Coast after discovery of America", 1.0 items.
Rough draft by DBF.
Explorations - Norsemen, 4.0 items.
Juan Pardo, 4.0 items.
Notes regarding and extract from a Spanish book, title page, etc. not noted.
Hernando de Soto, 21.0 items.
Hieronemos de Verrazano, 1.0 items.
Maps - miscellaneous data regarding maps of explorations, 34.0 items.
Maps - Albert Cantino, 1.0 items.
Comments on Cantino's map of the world, 1520 in Henry Harrisse's The Discovery of North America.
Jean Ribaut's journal - extracts from, 4.0 items.
Ribaut's first fort - notes, 6.0 items.
"Jean Ribaut's Discovery of Terra Florida", 1.0 items.
Photocopy of the article in English Historical Review, v. 32, no. 126, April 1917.
Ribaut movement on Paris Island, S.C. - notes and Photographs, 3.0 items.
Press releases.
"Ribaut's Porte Royale Was the Savannah River," by D.B. Floyd and other related articles by her; photographs of the site, 7.0 items.
Footnotes for Ribaut's "Porte Royale", 3.0 items.
Jean Ribaut - clippings, 3.0 items.
Franciscans, 1564, 1.0 items.
negative photocopy of "Relacion e informacion de los franceses que han ido a' poblar en la costa de la Florida. Ano 1564." Original in the Archives Genaral de Indies, Seville.
Indians of Georgia - Creek (Muskokee) Indians, 36.0 items.
negative photocopy of "Chahta-Muskokee Legend," from The National Legend of the Chahta-Muskokee Tribes, by D.J. Brinton, 1870; Guale Indians and Santa Elena: typed copy of "The Guale Indians on the Yamassee," from Swanton (BAE Bull, 73) and other notes; Uchee Indians: notes re.


50Mary Musgrove-Thomas Bosomworth - papers by and regarding

Mary Musgrove - notes and outline for DBF's biography, 4.0 items.
Thomas Bosomworth - commission and miscellaneous papers as agent for the Creek Indian Nation
These are negative photocopies and along with his journal are published in Documents Relating to Indian Affairs, May 21, 1750-August 7, 1754. ed. by W.L. McDowell, Jr.
The Bosomworth Controversy- notes
Regarding the ownership of "Ossabaw and Sapelo Islands by the Creek Nation.
Loose in box: The Bosomworth Controversy,1743-1759, 1.0 items. , photocopy.
Consists of "a 146 page book of Isaac Levy's records, transcribed, relating to his purchase fro Thomas and Mary [Musgrove] Bosomworth of an interest in several islands on the Georgia Coast."
Thomas Bosomworth - journal of a journey to the Creek Nation, 1752, 1.0 items. , photocopy.
Pages 1-27 are missing and they covered the prologue material and the portion of the book from July 8-August 8, 1752.
Loose in box: Notebook - same as above, 1.0 items.
Covered data from only microfilm reels 5 and 6 for 1752.
John Musgrove - memorial regarding a deed, 1732, 1.0 items. , photocopy.
Transferred 180 acres in Colleton County, S.C. from John Champnys to John Musgrove.


51Phillips Collection - papers regarding Georgia, 1732-1743
These papers are extracts from William Stephens' letters and journals, re colonial Georgia. They are part of the Phillips Collection held at the University of Georgia in Athens, Ga. (Note: each folder is counted as one item as it is from a notebook.)

William Stephens' letters from Georgia, 1732-1735, 1.0 items.
Correspondents include James E. Oglethorpe, Gov. Johnson, Rev. Samuel Quincy, Thomas Causton, James Julian, Isaac Charden, Patrick Mackay, Mary Musgrove, Samuel Eveleigh, Thomas Christie, Joseph Fitzwalter, Tomo-chi-chi Mico, Patrick Houstoun, Don Francesco del Moral Sanchez, Thomas Broughton, Harman Verels, the Earl of Egmont, and Gov. William Penn.
William Stephens' letters from Georgia, 1735-1736, 1.0 items.
Correspondents include James E. Oglethorpe, Thomas Causton, Thomas Christie, Thomas Gapen, Patrick Mackay, Rev. Samuel Quincy, Samuel Eveleigh, William Jaffreys, Joseph Fitzwalter, noble Jones, Elisha Dobree, the Earl of Egmont, John Brownfield, Harman Verels, and Thomas Broughton.
William Stephens' letters from Georgia, 1736-1737, 1.0 items.
Correspondents include James E. Oglethorpe, Noble Jones, Roger lacy, James Beamer, Samuel Eveleigh, Harman Verels, Kennedy O'Brien, William Drake, Thomas Causton, the Earl of Egmont, Charles Pinckney, John Wesley, Benjamin Ingham, Sir John Phillips, Joseph Cannon, Henry Flitcross, and Thomas Wiggins. Of special note are those letters re the Chickasaw Indian Talks of 1736.
William Stephens' letters from Georgia, 1737-1739, 1.0 items.
Correspondents include James E. Oglethorpe, Diron Dartaquiette, Jacob Matthews, Thomas Causton, the Earl of Egmont, John Wesley, John Savy, Charles Delmotte, James Howell, Thomas Jenys, William Bull, William Byrd, William Horton, Harman Verels, Thomas Jones, Raymond Demere, Rev. William Verels, George Dunbar and William Sterling. Some are re the settlements and forts in Georgia.
William Stephens' letters from Georgia, 1739-1740, 1.0 items.
Correspondents include James E. Oglethorpe, the Earl of Egmont, Harman Verels, Lawrence Rice, Thomas Causton, Thomas Eyre, Mark Carr, James Campbell, George Whitefield, and William Seward. Rev. Whitefield writes to England to raise money for the Bethesda Orphan Home, Savannah.
William Stephens' letters from Georgia, 1740-1741, 1.0 items.
Correspondents include James E. Oglethorpe, Henry Garret, the Earl of Egmont, Francis Moore, Harman Verels, Walter Hayter, Hugh Mackay, Thomas Silver, William Thomson, Charles Pickney, Peregn Fury, Thomas Hawkins, George Whitefield, Thomas Jones, John Lyde, Thomas Eyre, Robert Eyre, William Stephens, Patrick Houstoun, John Fallowfield, Thomas Causton, William Ewen, and Patrick Mackay. Many letters re Bethesda.
William Stephens' letters from Georgia, vols. 1-7, 1732-1743, 7.0 items.
Correspondents include James E. Oglethorpe, Robert Johnson, the Duke of Newcastle, Thomas Lowndes, Thomas Causton, Samuel Eveleigh, Harman Verels, Peter Gordon, Patrick Mackay, Rev. Bolzius, Thomas Broughton, Robert Walpole, the Earl of Egmont, George Whitefield, William Stephens, Hugh Anderson, Samuel Smith, Jacob Matthews, William Norris, Thomas Stephens, Joseph Avery, John Dobell, Rev. Christopher Orton, and James Habersham. Re same as above plus building a church in Savannah.
William Stephens' journal, 1737-1738, 1.0 items.
This journal is regarding colonial Georgia and his duties as Secretary for the Affaires of the Trust within the state of Georgia in which position he served from 1737-1745. Included here are some of his letters to Trustees re details of life and hardships in Savannah.
William Stephens' journal, 1738-1740, 1.0 items.
Regarding same.



52688William Stephens' journal, 1740-1741, 1.0 items.
Contains progress reports to the Trustees, correspondence with both them and Oglethorpe. He describes life in early Georgia, i.e. relations with the Indians, arguments among the colonists, business dealings, etc.
689William Stephens' journal, 1741-1742, 1.0 items.
Regarding same.
690William Stephens' journal, 1742-1743, 1.0 items.
Regarding same.
691William Stephens' journal, 1743-1744, 1.0 items.
Regarding same.
692William Stephens' journal, 1744-1745, 1.0 items.
Regarding same.
693Supplementary notes, 1741-1744, 1.0 items.
These are Mrs. Floyd's miscellaneous abstracts of the above journals that were not included in the previous folders.
693ASupplementary notes, undated, 1.0 items.
Regarding same.


53South Carolina Journals of Governor and Council Meetings, 1751-1761

Minutes, 1751 May-1752 December, 1.0 items.
Minutes, 1752, 1.0 items.
Minutes, 1753, 1.0 items.
Minutes, 1754-1755, 1.0 items.
Minutes, 1756, 1.0 items.
Minutes, 1757-1761, 1.0 items.


54South Carolina Journals of the Commons House of Assembly, and Upper House of Assembly, 1712-1764

Journal of the Commons House of Assembly, 1712-1717, 1.0 items.
Journal of the Commons House of Assembly, 1722-1727, 1.0 items.
Journal of the Commons House of Assembly, 1727-1735, 1.0 items.
Journal of the Upper House of Assembly, 1730-1737, 1.0 items.
Journal of the Upper House of Assembly, 1737-1743, 1.0 items.
Journal of the Upper House of Assembly, 1743-1750, 1.0 items.
Journal of the Upper House of Assembly, 1752-1764, 1.0 items.


55Minorcan families, A-Jasper Hernandez
Mrs. Floyd has along time interest in the settlement of the Catholic Minorcans in St. Augustine, and northeast Florida. She wrote many articles on the subject and several manuscripts. This box contains her notes on some of the Minorcan families.

Andreu family and descendants, 50.0 items.
Andreu family and descendants, 22.0 items.
Benet family and descendants, 3.0 items.
Benet family and descendants, 15.0 items.
Fronti and Olivara family and descendents, 2.0 items.
Hernandez, Christopher, 13.0 items.
Hernandez, Gaspar, 37.0 items.
Hernandez, Gaspar, ¼ item.
Hernandez, Gaspar, ¼ item.
Hernandez, Gaspar, ¼ item.
Hernandez, Gaspar, ¼ item.
Hernandez, Gaspar, ¼ item.
Hernandez, Jasper J., 8.0 items.


56Minorcan families, John E. Hernandez-Washington

Hernandez, John Elisha, 14.0 items.
Hernandez, Joseph, 4.0 items.
Hernandez, Joseph Marion, 19.0 items.
Hernandez, Martin, 6.0 items.
Hernandez, Martin, 1.0 items.
Hernandez, Thomas L, 14.0 items.
Hernandez - Miscellaneous, 5.0 items.
Lassiere family, 4.0 items.
Marshall family, 2.0 items.
Masters family, 12.0 items.
Mira family, 10.0 items.
Papy family, 4.0 items.
Pacetti family, 9.0 items.
Pons (Ponce) family, 16.0 items.
Pretos family, 6.0 items.
Rockwell and Sutlive family, 8.0 items.
Thomas family, 2.0 items.
Tripani and Lovett family, 8.0 items.
Triay family, 22.0 items.
Walker family, 7.0 items.
Washington family, 4.0 items.


57Minorcans in Georgia - families, A-W

Minorcan families, A-Br, 1.0 items.
Minorcan families, D-L, 1.0 items.
Minorcan families, M, 1.0 items.
Minorcan families, P-S, 1.0 items.
Minorcan families, S-W, 1.0 items.


58Minorcans in Georgia - families
notes re.

Minorcan families - Walter Hartridge's notes, 1.0 items.
Minorcan families - Walter Hartridge's notes, ½ item.
Minorcan families - Walter Hartridge's notes, ½ item.
Minorcan families - Mrs. Floyd's notes, 1.0 items.
Minorcan families - Mrs. Floyd's notes, 1.0 items.
Padre Pedro Camps, ½ item.
Contains a negative photocopy of the first half of "Information About Padre Pedro Camps, Chaplain of the Minorcans in Florida." The original of the ms. can be found in the Library of Congress Manuscript Division-East Florida Collection: Testamentary Proceedings.
Padre Pedro Camps, ½ item.
Contains a negative photocopy of the first half of "Information About Padre Pedro Camps, Chaplain of the Minorcans in Florida." The original of the ms. can be found in the Library of Congress Manuscript Division-East Florida Collection: Testamentary Proceedings.
Padre Pedro Camps - notes, 10.0 items.



59753Padre P. Narisco Pons, 1.0 items.
754Hernandez - Sans (Sanz) Books, I and II; as well as the Quadrado, Book I. Consists of Mrs. Floyd's notes and extracts from Compendio Geographia E. Historia De La Isla De Menorca by Don Raphael Oleo Y Quadrado. Notes are in Spanish, 2.0 items.
755Quadrado, Book II; Hernandez-Sans (cont.); Vaurell (2 pts.); Camps "Basilica...," Books III and IV. The Quadrado and the Hernandez-Sans are continuations of the above, 2.0 items.
Also here are the Geographia E Historia de Menorca by D. Lorenzo Lafluente Vaurell; and the Origins Del Christianism En La Illa Del Menorca by Vaurell; and Basilica San Bon by Padre Pedro Camps. Notes are in Spanish.
756Minorcan marriage records, with index, 1776-1784, 2.0 items.
These were kept by Padre Camps.
757Minorcan marriage records, 1784-1801, 2.0 items.
These were kept by Father Canova.
758Minorcan baptism records, 1768-1783, 1.0 items.
These were kept by Padre Camps.
759Minorcan baptism records, 1785-1799, 5.0
Probably kept by Father Canova.


60Minorcans in Georgia - miscellaneous papers
The following were all gathered as supplementary material for Mrs. Floyd's study of the Minorcans.

Cemetery Records of St. Johns County, Florida, 1.0 items.
Consists of extracts from this book re old Spanish cemeteries in St. Augustine and St. Johns County, Florida.
Census, 1783
Mrs. Floyd describes this as her abstracts of an "extract from Spanish Census 1873 being the entries of Italians, Minorcans, Greeks, and Old Floridians with those Irish who were classed as Minorcans." Translated by E.W. Lawson, March 1938.
Census, 1783, 1786, and 1793, 3.0 items.
Minorcans in Georgia - outline and notes, 11.0 items.
Dr. Andrew Turnbull - notes, 2.0 items.
Campo Santo - cemetery at St. Augustine, 4.0 items.
La Leche Mission at St. Augustine - notes, 4.0 items.
X.L. Pellicer - correspondence with Mrs. Floyd, 1959-1963, 8.0 items.
Mr. Pellicer was president of the St. Augustine Historical Society and these letters are re Minorcans and St. Augustine.
Joseph Byne Lockey: East Florida, 1783-1785, 17.0 items.
Extracts from Mr. Lockey's translation of the records of east Florida.
Tolomoto Cemetery, McQueen funeral procession, 1.0 items.
Extract from the Library of Congress manuscript "Funeral Procession of Don Juan McQueen."
St. Augustine Cathedral - notes, 20.0 items.
Spanish and Minorcan recipes, 1.0 items.
Minorcan hymn to the Virgin Mary, 1.0 items.
Mrs. Floyd describes these notes and extracts as being "from William Cullen Bryant's letter to George Putnam, 1850, and from William W. Dewhurst's History of Old St. Augustine,1885.
Fernando A. Rubio, speech regarding Minorca, 1.0 items.
Doris C. Wiles: "The Saga of Florida's Minorcans", 18.0 items.
Melchor Feliu - notes regarding evacuation from St. Augustine in 1764, 1.0 items.
Minorcans - notes from various sources, 18.0 items.


61Minorcans in Georgia, continued; miscellaneous non-family papers

Photographs and scenic prints, regarding Minorca, 9.0 items.
Newsclippings from Minorca, 20.0 items.
State documents, and miscellaneous notes, 1848, 1948, 1.0 items.
Notes regarding U.S. Senate Document #99 in 1848 and #21 in 184; and extracts from "The Cathedral of St. Augustine: A Historic Site Report," by Albert C. Manucy; and notes re German population in Florida before 1763.
Territorial papers, 1821-1824, 1.0 items.
Extracts from "The Territorial Papers of the United States," comp. and ed. by Clarence Edwin Carter.
Bishops and curates - correspondence, 1.0 items.
John R. Dunkle's report and miscellaneous notes, 1.0 items.
Miscellaneous non-family papers that were collected by M.H. and D.B. Floyd
Robert and Ann McKintosh Baillie papers, 1799, 2.0 items.
Consists of a legal deposition of Lachlan McIntosh and a marriage contract between Robert Baillie and Anne McKintosh.
Nathan Brownson to Edward Telfair. Augusta, Ga., 1786 February 17, 1.0 p.
Regarding the office of the Treasurer of Georgia.
Valerie Gibbons Burroughs - correspondence, 1840-1848, 10.0 items.
All are from Theodore S. Fay and re revolution in Europe, Germany, and personal news.
Marquis de La Fayette to "My Dear Friends." Savannah, Ga., 1825 March 22, 2.0 p. , plus typed copy.
Regarding trip through Georgia and refers to Colonel George Bomford. This item includes an excellent example of Lafayette's seal.
Journal attributed to Jonathan Bryan. 1 vol. Ms. Published in: Journal of a visit to the Georgia Islands of St. Catharines, Green, Ossabaw, Sapelo, St. Simons, Jekyll, and Cumberland ..., in 1753 (Mercer University Press, 1996)
Note: This item was originally identified as Isaac Levy journal, 1753, due to notations in the journal. Please use photocopy.
James E. Oglethorpe - letter, 1833, 1.0 p.
negative photocopy. Regarding personal news.
Edward Telfair - correspondence, 1786-1792
The first is from Joseph Clay regarding personal news(2 p.); the second is to Patrick Henry re confiscation of British debts (2 p., handwritten copy).
J.R. Lassiter - autobiographical sketches, undated
This ms is divided into seven parts, i.e., African Americans, slavery; camp life at Briar Creek, Ga., 1870; South Carolina Coast near Bluffton, 1873; camp life on the Oconee River, 1870-1873; Sandy Hill plantation; untitled; a synopsis; and a separate sketch "What is it?".


62Miscellaneous oversized papers

D.B. and M.H. Floyd - miscellaneous large documents, 3.0 items.
These are appointments for Marmaduke H. Floyd as First Lt. in the Quartermaster Corps (Stevedore), October 6, 1917; and an Apostolic Benediction and a Plenary Indulgence for Dolores B. Floyd and her children.
Pirates House and Trustee Garden, 4.0 items.
Pencil and pen and ink sketches.
Tabby Ruins. Two William Davant sketches of sugar mills and a map of the locations of Tabby Ruins in Georgia and South Carolina, 1936, 5.0 items.
Miscellaneous maps and house plans, 6.0 items.
Camden County, Ga. - Maps, 8.0 items.
These show Floyd family property holdings.
Bellevue House, Camden County, Ga. - First floor plan, 1.0 items.
Neyle Colquitt - photographs, diplomas, and certificates, 10.0 items.

Miscellaneous papers
Contains "Acte sobre la Desgracia de Cuitadella fet en la Ciutat de Contastinoble a 7 de Octubre 1558" (pamphlet); and a print of Madonna and Child with a poem in Spanish.

Minorca - Maps, 6.0 items.


63Addenda - Dolores B. Floyd's notes on Minorcan families
Three loose-leaf notebooks. 2 spiral notebooks.
Jean Pierre Arnaud's leather wallet, and small Confederate flags made in 1866 by Eleanora Margaret Snyder (Mrs. George Alexander Boisfeuillet) from a flag brought home by her brother, Henry E. Snyder from the Civil War. These items have been placed in the artifacts collection.
A-1308-001 Jean Pierre Arnaud’s leather wallet View online.
A-1308-002 Souvenir Confederate flag made in 1866 View online.
A-1308-003 Souvenir Confederate flag made in 1866 View online.
A-1308-004 Souvenir Confederate flag made in 1866 View online.