The 1850 Census Of Georgia Slave Owners

The 1850 Census Of Georgia Slave Owners

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by Cox
     
 

Drawing on papers at the Public Record Office in London and the Scottish Record Office in Edinburgh, Frances McDonnell has amassed as much as we are likely to know about the Jacobites of Perth. Arranged in alphabetical order, upwards of 1,000 combatants are identified, at the very least, by rank, position, disposition at the Battle of Culloden, and source. In addition…  See more details below

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Drawing on papers at the Public Record Office in London and the Scottish Record Office in Edinburgh, Frances McDonnell has amassed as much as we are likely to know about the Jacobites of Perth. Arranged in alphabetical order, upwards of 1,000 combatants are identified, at the very least, by rank, position, disposition at the Battle of Culloden, and source. In addition, many of these same Jacobites are referred to by other campaigns served in, civilian occupation, physical appearance, and, where applicable, ship and date when transported to America.

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ISBN-13:
9780806348377
Publisher:
Genealogical Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
06/01/2009
Pages:
354
Sales rank:
954,455
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.74(d)

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The 1850 Census Of Georgia Slave Owners compiled by Jack F. Cox is a straightforward genealogical reference listing an 1850 census compiled for each of the 93 counties of Georgia at the time. Alphabetized by the last name of each given slaveowner or overseer, The 1850 Census Of Georgia Slave Owners states nothing more than the owner's name, their county, and the number of slaves owned in each entry. A one-page introduction is the only other material in this no-frills primary source.