Contains 26 Results:
Interview transcripts regarding William Andell, dated 16 June, 1989
Typed interview transcript with Pivnick and Stringfellow. Discusses life and residents on Johns Island from 1863 to the 1940s with Charles "Charlie" Andell, his best friend, Ferdinand Schaffer; brother William and his family.
Interview transcripts of Inez Hay, Mary Nelson and "Le Dick" Simmons, 1978-1989, and undated
Typed and handwritten transcripts from interviews conducted Elizabeth "Betty" Stringfellow from former workers on the Andell farm. Also view "Box 8, Folder 18" for additional interviews regarding the Simmons Family.
Transcript of Stringfellow's "Life on John's Island" presentation dated, 4 February,, 1985-1989
Typed transcript of slide presentation at the Seabrook Island Natural History Group with handwritten notes regarding the recollections of the acquisition of Seabrook Island, the William Gregg and Andell Families. Also includes typed report of year's events with the group and notes for a Sea Island Academy regarding the Quakers involvement with Johns, Wadmalaw and Edisto Islands. Also see Audio-Visual Recording, Box 16.
Letters sent to Stringfellow regarding her research and personal health matters.
Various documents pertaining to Stringfellow, 1978-1998
Includes a newspaper article regarding Stringfellow's history and genealogy work and a promotional flyer of her co-authored book, A Place Called St. John's.
Seabrook Family Genealogy, undated
Contains typed and handwritten notes with photocopied book excerpt of "Early Generations of the Seabrook Family."
William Seabrook, Sr., 1866 and undated
Includes typed and handwritten notes and photocopies from National Archives documents and books.
William Edward Seabrook, Jr. and Family, 1866-1958, and undated
Includes typed transcripts of photocopied letters dated 1866 and 1876; handwritten notes by Pivnick, index cards regarding property owned (Ferry Field) and photocopied newspaper obituary of son E. Mitchell Seabrook.
Marcellus M. Seabrook, 1876-1882, and undated
Contains photocopies of correspondence with Pivnick's handwritten notes on the letters.
Ephriam Mikell Seabrook and Family, 1863-1865, and undated
Includes photocopies of register and Confederate company muster roll for Seabrook (1863-1865); ledger list of non-commissioned officers (1863), and "requisition for forage," (1864). Also contains Pivnick's research on Seabrook's property owned (Ferry Field). Also includes typed noted regarding son, Isaac Seabrook.