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James Louis Petigru, 1789-1863

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English
[McCormick, South Carolina] : McCormick County Historical Commission, 1977
18 p. : port.

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Biographical sketch of James Louis Petigru (1789-1863), grandson of James Pettigrew (a Scotch-Irish immigrant) and Jean Louis Gibert (a French Huguenot immigrant). James Louis Petigru changed the spelling of his name to Petigru about 1809, married Amelia Postell in 1818, and settled in Charleston, South Carolina in 1819. He was "... an outstanding lawyer, attorney general of South Carolina and the leader of opposition to secession in South Carolina." He was also a loyal South Carolinian and died in Charleston.

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