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Abigail's story, tides at the doorstep : the Mackays, LaRoches, Jenkinses, and Chisolms of Low Country, South Carolina 1671-1897

compiled by William Greer Albergotti III
Books/Monographs
English
Spartanburg, South Carolina : Reprint Co. Publishers, c1999
xxxv, 506 p. : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, maps, ports.
0871525240

Notes

Bibliography: p. 465-469.

Chiefly, a record of ancestors and descendants of George Chisolm Mackay and Abigale Martha Jenkins who were both born on Edisto Island, South Carolina. George was born on October 8, 1803 as the son of Mungo Campbell Mackay (1775-1824) and Anne Chisholm (1776-1803). Abigale Martha Jenkins was born in 1807 as the daughter of Joseph Jenkins (1761-1828) and Elizabeth Evans (1767-1827). George married Abigale on January 15, 1829 on Edisto Island, South Carolina. They had 16 children. George died on October 28, 1861 at Mackay's Point Plantation, Pocotaligo, Prince Williams Parish, South Carolina. Abigale died on August 31, 1897 at Orangeburg, South Carolina and is buried there in Sunnyside Cemetery. Descendants lived in South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, New York, Alabama, Arkansas and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Mackay, LaRoche, Jenkins, Chisolm, and related families.

Includes map on lining papers.

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