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Hicks, Pegues, and related families : from records in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, and Mississippi

collected by Mrs. Virginia Pegues Lidwin
Lidwin, Virginia Pegues (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

Notes

Microfilm of typescript (carbon copy, 156 leaves) at the National Library of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C.

Contents: Hicks in Council journals, South Carolina Archives Department -- Hicks in memorial books, South Carolina Archives -- Hicks in pre-Revolutionary plats, S.C. Archives -- Hicks & related families in per-Revolutionary Charleston deeds -- Hicks: "Families descendants from George Hicks, Sr. and John Hicks, who migrated from Brunswick Co., Virginia to Craven County, S.C. -- Will and inventory of George Hicks (1762) -- Will of Robert Hicks (1765) -- Hicks and Hamer -- Hicks in North Carolina records -- Bedingfield wills -- The statutes at large of South Carolina -- Marlboro County, South Carolina, deeds showing Hicks, Pegus, and related families -- Will of Colonel George Hicks (1793) -- Will of Claudius Pegues (1790) -- Marriage Contract: Claudius Pegues and Henniatte Butler (1749) -- Will of William Pegues (1818) -- Darlington County, South Carolina, equity: "Taylor and McQueen vs. Sarah Pegues and others" -- Deed from Claudius Pegues to P. W. Kittrell -- Records from the Bible of Claudius Pegues, Jr. -- Records from the Bible of John Murray Pegues -- Kings in North Carolina records -- Hicks in Revolutionary files, So. Carolina Archives -- Revolutionary War pension applicants who served from S.C. -- Letter from Colonel George Hicks to Governor Abner Nash (1780) -- Mortality schedules, So. Carolina Archives:

"Deaths in 1850" -- Hicks in colonial Georgia and in Edgefield County, So. C. -- Will of Alachi Murfee (1773) -- Gibson, Saunders, Murfee, Hicks, Vernon, Bedgegood, Gee, in South Carolina records -- Hicks and related families who migrated from South Carolina to Warren County, Mississippi, as shown in records from Warren County, Mississippi -- Hicks in U.S. census returns of North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas -- Murfee, Charleston deeds -- Will of Joseph T. Hicks (1842), Warren Co., Miss. -- Will of Claudius Rawls (1835).

Chiefly extracts from public records in South Carolina and elsewhere, concerning individuals with and surname "Hicks" or an allied surname. Includes the Hamer, Pegues, Murfee, and other allied families.

Poor copy, difficult to read in places.

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