|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Sweat, Arabella, b. 1847.|
|Creator:||Sweat, Farley Rippon, 1841-1879.|
|Title:||Sweat family papers|
|Extent:||0.1 cubic feet (3 folders)|
Lieutenant Farley Rippon Sweat Jr. (1841-1879) was an accountant and cotton factor from Savannah, Georgia. He served in Co. C, 18th Battalion, also known as the Savannah Volunteer Guards, of the Georgia Volunteer Infantry of the Confederate army during the United States Civil War. After the war, Sweat was a member of the Metropolitan Steam Fire Engine Company, a Freemason at Solomon's Lodge No. 1, and a member of the Union Society. His wife, Arabella "Belle" Hardee Sweat (b. 1847), was originally from Hardeeville, South Carolina.
This collection contains materials related to Company C, 18th Battalion of the Georgia Volunteer Infantry, also known as the Savannah Volunteer Guards, from 1872-1874 including receipts, special orders, correspondence, and rosters. Also included are correspondence and papers of Lieutenant F.R. Sweat and his wife Belle Hardee Sweat from 1868-1884.
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