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Pettigrew family

Works: 64 works in 70 publications in 1 language and 824 library holdings
Genres: History  Diaries  Poetry  Personal correspondence 
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Pettigrew and Verner family( )

1 edition published in 1950 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Typescript of genealogical materials relating to the Pettigrew and Verner families. Included is information about the related Tilly, Witherspoon, and King families. Among these materials is an article called "Leaves from the Family Tree" by Penelope Johnson Allen, 1950 genealogical records chair of the Tennessee Daughters of the American Republic
Pettigrew family papers by Pettigrew (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection includes business and personal correspondence reflecting the varied interests and activities of Pettigrew family members, including the involvement of Charles and his grandson William in the Anglican and Episcopal churches; the development and management of Bonarva, Belgrade, and Magnolia plantations by Ebenezer Pettigrew, sometimes in cooperation with family friend James Cathcart Johnston of Edenton, N.C., including unsuccessful efforts by the family to hold onto the plantations after the Civil War; slavery, especially William's use of slaves as overseers (some letters from slaves are included) and a thwarted slave rebellion planned for Hillsborough, N.C., in 1830; Charles's involvement in the founding of the University of North Carolina and his sons' attendance there; family life, including the education of children at the University of North Carolina and elsewhere; the evacuation of the plantations after the capture of Roanoke Island in 1862; James Johnston Pettigrew's travels to Charleston, Spain and elsewhere in Europe, and Cuba; reestablishment of ties with the Charleston Petigrus that was formalized with the marriage of Charles Lockhart Pettigrew and his cousin Jane Caroline North; and the general decline of family fortunes after the Civil War despite the efforts of Jane Caroline North Pettigrew to hold onto land and other assets. Included are letters of Henry Clay, 1841-1842. Financial records document purchases for family and plantation use and educational expenses and include slave lists. Writings consist mainly of travel diaries, especially of James Johnston Pettigrew; some religious works; poems and acrostics by slave poet George Moses Horton; and other items. School materials consist of notebooks and other items. Commonplace books concern women's activities and current events. William's Episcopal Church materials relate to his service at various North Carolina churches and include journals of parochial visits; registers of salary, offerings, baptisms, burials, etc.; records of sermons delivered; and records of church-related expenses. Genealogical materials include information on the Blount, Bryan, Shepard, and other related families. Miscellaneous items include a phrenological study of Ebenezer, circa 1830s-1840s
Papers of the Chronological series, for the years 1835-1836 by Pettigrew (Family :( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

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