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Gourdin : the history and genealogy of a French-African-American family from Georgetown County, South Carolina (1830-1994)

J. Raymond Gourdin
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1995
xviii, 300 p. : facsims., map.

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References: p. 267-268.

Includes index.

Includes information on the families of Gourdin, Burroughs, Middleton, Moyd, Sumpter and Timmons.

Robert Marion Gourdin (1799-1876) was born on a plantation at Buffalo Lick, South Carolina to Theodore Gourdin II (1764-1826) and Elizabeth Gaillard. He was descended from French Huguenots. While he was never married, he fathered at least seven children with his mulatto servant, Daphne Singleton (1813-1879?). Descendants live in South Carolina, Maryland, New Jersey, New York and other parts of the United States.

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